Monday, October 31, 2005

There is hope

Here we go again folks; another agenda driven presidency in the world. This one is not asking for regime change; he is asking for the total destruction of Israel. I don’t believe either one has an understanding of the phrase, ”Those who live in glass houses should not throw stones.” Lets hope the UN will regain its footing after the probe of Iraqi oil-for-food program. Someone once said, “A divided house will fall.” With the world in such turmoil, along with agenda driven leaders turning up the volume on violence, special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald offers a glimmer of hope that sanity is finding its way back in a nation that lost it. Lets hope Scooter’s lies has a trail that will make the Bush administration accountable. Like Rosa Park, many of us are saying; enough, enough, enough. Like his counter part in Iran, extremism has gripped his party so tightly that he decided to ignore the middle and go all the way to the right with his supreme court nominee.

Thursday, October 20, 2005

The Herring Run

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Sunday, October 16, 2005

The Great Divider

He finally got around to dividing his own party. As a result for his pick for the Supreme Court bench, which many see as unqualified, Harriet Miers speaks volumes about George Bush's wisdom. The world knows his presidency from the beginning split America sharply. With the volume of violence being turned up higher after 9/11 in the world, many in the world blames George Bush for having his fingers on the knob. There are some that think Mother Nature has expressed through hurricanes, floods and earthquakes her disatisfaction with George Bush's enviromental policies, along with igniting a war that should not be. "God told me to go into Iraq, and by God, I will do it." If this quote is true, it is easy to see why the world is divided as well. Like the 54% that disapprove of George Bush's leadership, you can't help asking, "What is next!!?" There are Presidents that are known for being great communicators; I think it is safe to say George Bush will go down in history as the "Great Divider".

Friday, October 07, 2005

The broken record

At the National Endowment for Democracy on 10/6/05 these words came out of George Bush's mouth: "The murderous Idealogy of the Islamic radicals is the great challenge of our new century." Some of us think the greatest challenge in America is for the policies of the Bush administration to be turned around so the respect once held by a country that had grown in wisdom can be re-captured. Americans did not go into Iraq for a murderous idealogy, they went in there for WMDs. For George Bush to continue to justify the war in Iraq using 9/11 like a broken record, opens that door wider to a room where reality does not exist, while the world looks on. It is not an idealogy that we or anyone should fear the most. What we should fear the most are old men like George Bush and Donald Rumsfeld. The willingness to send young people in a war that should not be puts them out there where wise minds don't travel.