Monthly Archives: November 2006

Some Thoughts on the Mid-Term Election

The Democrats appear to be thrilled that the American voting public has sent President George Bush and the neo-cons to the woodshed. After six years of cursing and calling Bush every contemptible name in the book, the Dems believe they … Continue reading

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State of the Economy

Now would be a good time to take stock of the state of the economy. According to exit polls, some 48% percent of American voters believed that the economy under George Bush was a failure.   In six years, the George … Continue reading

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Voting Irregularities

I’m sure it’s just a coincidence, but this is the first time in the last three elections that the Democrats have not filed lawsuits on voting irregularities. The Democrats actually won this time. Apparently all the “Republican owned” Diebold voting … Continue reading

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An Ethical Congress

In a late night speech on the day America voted, November 7, 2006, incoming Speaker of the House Nancy Peolosi (D – Calif) said “The American people voted to restore integrity and honesty in Washington, D.C., and the Democrats intend … Continue reading

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