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Thursday, June 01, 2006

Thursday's links and comments

Here are a few articles for a Thursday evening:

I've become convinced that there are no real "hit men." Or maybe there just aren't any that will kill four people and a dog for just 100 bucks. Consider this couple who were trying to "help" their son by hiring someone to kill his wife and children.
Two grandparents in Lake County, Fla., were arrested for allegedly offering a hit man $100 to kill their three grandchildren, daughter-in-law and the family's pet dog, according to Local 6 News. Lake County deputies said Robert Jackson, 60, and his wife, Versie, 59, traveled to a Best Western hotel Tuesday to meet a hit man -- who was an undercover law enforcement officer.

Apparently, Al Gore hasn't heard of the 22nd Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and thinks he needs to run against George Bush in 2008.
Gore: Bush is 'renegade rightwing extremist'
Separately, speaking for right wing extremists everywhere, I wish Bush was extreme.

The Wilson/Plame affair gets even stranger
As if that were possible.

As bad as legislation coming from the Senate has been on immigration they are up to something far worse. Native Hawaiian Government Reorganization Act sponsored by Sen. Daniel Akaka (D-HI) is rearing it's ugly head again. Tim Chapman has an article about this disgustingly racist piece of legislation which include the sad fact that 5 Republican senators are co-sponsoring this garbage.

Continuing the Democrat trend of complaining that they couldn't possibly have lost previous election instead of coming up with actual ideas to appeal to voters, we have another crackpot theory that the last election was stolen. RFK Jr. Charges GOP Stole 2004 Election
In a cover story for Rolling Stone Magazine, due to hit the stands tomorrow, Kennedy says Republicans prevented more than 350,000 voters -- the overwhelming majority of them Democratic -- from casting ballots or having their votes counted on election night.

Given that the election was decided by a mere 118,607, Kennedy theorizes that the alleged stolen votes would have been enough to have put John F. Kerry in the White House.

In his article "Was the 2004 Election Stolen?," Kennedy presents evidence of outright fraud that may have shifted more than 80,000 rural votes from Kerry to Bush.

The primary culprit behind the widespread barriers to voting, Kennedy charges, was Ken Blackwell, now the Republican candidate for governor of Ohio, who allegedly used his powers as secretary of state to purge tens of thousands of eligible voters from the rolls, create long lines in Democratic precincts, and oversee a rigged recount.
The only problem with this idiot's assertion, is the fact that every verified case of election fraud in 2004 was committed by Democrat activists. Sadly, the people likely to read that magazine are also probably dumb enough to believe Kennedy's BS.

In the Wall Street Journal, Peggy Noonan opines that America may be ready for a new political party. Interesting reading but I don't think there is much chance of a third party displacing one of the two existing major parties.

A frequent complaint from Democrats in recent years has been "outsourcing." Which makes it all the more ironic that one of the bluest states (NY) had to outsource for a U.S. Senator.


Blogger Ben said...

if only he was a right wing extremist. if only.

10:37 PM

Anonymous bob said...

Bill, How come left wing extremist always seem way more extreme than right wing extremists.

1:31 AM


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