Monthly Archives: September 2004

Sunday Reads…

TweetCourtesy of CommonDreams.org, some of my fave headlines in case you are looking for some good Sunday reads… Mark Morford’s What’s Wrong With John Kerry: Is it the Hair? The Lack of Charisma? Or do we just wish he was more Angry and Ruthless? Katha Pollitt’s Fox Hunts Student Voters Stephen Zunes’ Bush’s UN Speech: [...]
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Mantra of the Day: Never allow the enemy to block you

TweetThe AP has a VERY FRIGHTENING article about the evangelical Christian get-out-the-vote movement. These people want Bush back in office, and they want it bad. Don’t believe me? Check out this quote from Thomson, an active member of the Christian Coalition. “Never allow the enemy to block you. Get around them, run over the top [...]
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Special Occasion?

TweetI am absolutely obsessed with a new selection of ecards I’ve found, thanks to BUST.com. When a birthday or holiday comes up, or even when you just feel like you’ve been a shitty friend, ecards can be a perfect and convenient way of reaching out to loved ones in the midst of our crazy lives. [...]
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Forced Sterilization and the New Right

TweetFor anyone inclined to think that the play-nice, feel-good pretensions of the GOP is a harbinger of a new moderation, check out Dr. Tom Coburn, Republican Senate candidate from Oklahoma. In 1990, Dr. Coburn saved Angela Plummer’s life, removing a fallopian tube in response to ectopic pregnancy. However, she was “stunned” to learn that he [...]
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Ouch…

TweetRemind me never to get old in Romania….This shit is just mean! Tweet
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