A Double Standard?

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Chelan County Judge Rules Legal Challenge of Governor’s Election Can Move Forward. (Article here) Despite the evidence of voter fraud in Washington State, I do not support dragging it out the situation in any further.   As I have written before, the Democrats have shown quite a contrast with Republicans in this area. (Democrats Challenge [...]

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Democrats Challenge Election of Bush

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The Democrats delaying certification of the election (news story Click Here) just goes to show that some on the far left refuse to accept the reality that they lost.    The Democrats have shown quite a contrast when compared to Republicans. In 1960 Nixon lost a very close election. There was a lot of evidence [...]

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My Concern for the Election.

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The only concern I have about the election, is the ability to get the truth out. This is somewhat beginning to reminded me of the Medicare debate in the late 1990’s where Democrats kept accusing republicans of trying to cut Medicare so that it would “wither on the vine.” This was all a lie, but [...]

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Is the Left getting out of control?

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There was a disturbing incident over the weekend. 9 busloads of liberal activists stormed the house of Karl Rove, surrounding it and pounding on the windows when he and his 15 year old son and his son’s friend were inside. There is a legitimate place for political protest, but going to people homes and harassing [...]

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A Question for Kerry and the Left

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It has been very clear from the beginning that the terrorist’s strategy has been to inflict enough damage on our forces that we would cut and run. Bin Laden is on tape even before 9/11 telling is supporters that the had nothing to fear from the US because we would never do anything serious and [...]

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Kerry and the Nomination

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It is reported that Kerry is thinking about delaying accepting the nomination. I understand the reasoning and logic behind it, and it does make some sense. But to me this points out just one more absurdity of the whole Campaign Finance system. After all if a candidate can wait 5 weeks, why don’t they just [...]

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Crossing Another Line

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One clear difference between conservatives and liberals is that for liberal, almost everything is political. This is one of the reasons liberals tend to gravitate into control of what otherwise are non-political organizations and then once in control, use the organizations to support their personal agenda, regardless of what the actual membership believes. For example [...]

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Kerry

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I am seeing increasing comments that behind the scenes some leading Democratic are increasingly troubled by Kerry. Essentially the Dems have blasted Bush for 6 months during the primary, throwing pretty much everything they have at him. Polls show that people concerned about the economy and the war. Add to this the 9/11 commission, a [...]

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How does it add up?

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If you total up all the proposals that Kerry has promised in his campaign it come to 1.7 trillion in new spending over the next 10 year, most of this is in proposals he says he will push through in the first 100 days.(His health care proposal alone is projected to cost $900 billion) He [...]

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Coverage of Polls

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One of the things I have always found interesting in this stage of Presidential campaigns is how when the democrat is ahead in the polls we hear about the polls all the time, but when the Republican is gaining, or ahead in the polls, suddenly the polls don’t seem to be all that news worthy [...]

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