July 10th, 2008

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McCain in the Dog House

This man has the same disease that all these politicians do. He is too eager to please. Obama was willing to reject his preacher because Wright's anti-American rants were too troublesome to explain. Nevermind that Reverend Wright follows in the footsteps of Martin Luther King. MLK knew the truth about American imperialism, and spoke of it publicly. But preachers are not politicians. There are precious few politicians who speak truth. In fact, politicians must remove themselves from the truth, because it is too dangerous.

McCain would say anything he thought would help him get elected. A blogger (Arianna Huffington) reported that he had said that he couldn't bring himself to vote for Bush in 2000. Other partygoers corroborated the claim. McCain was forced to deny the assertion. McCain said "I voted for, campaigned for, worked as hard as I could for President bush's election in 2000 and 2004." It's bad enough if it is true. But if he is lying, it is proof that he has sold his soul to the devil. The dog house isn't good enough for McCain.
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Scientists Relish the Impending Exit of the Shrub Regime

The Union of Concerned Scientists are getting a sense of humor about the political interferencein science, and they are allowing anyone to enter Science Idol: the Scientific Integrity Editorial Cartoon Contest, by voting on which cartoon you like best. Here's where you vote: http://ucsaction.org/campaign/science_idol_2008_vote
And here's where you can see their list of events contrary to science:
http://www.ucsusa.org/scientific_integrity/interference/a-to-z-guide-to-political.html

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