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October 28, 2004

May I have some more Kool-Aid, please

ShreddingI am tired of the election charade, and can’t wait for it to be over. Here’s a final (hopefully) linkdump about this years’ circus. Looks like America is about to get the president it deserves…

Positive Thinking with "Visualize Winning". (From ”Blort”)

The Handwriting of John F. Kerry and George Bush's handwriting

The 2004 Candidates in drag. (I like Kerry & Cheney)

Here is a version of the Ohio ballot design. (From “This is broken”). Any questions?

Election Day Guide from “The Onion”: “If your election official hooks you up to a machine via a needle in your arm, you are actually donating blood”

Cats are Democrats, Dogs are Republican

'American heartland', AKA Bush country

“Four more beers!” Heeeere I come to save the daaaaay - An excellent David Scott Animation. (I wanted to collect all the jingles that came down the pike in this cycle into one big pile, but fortunately others took the time already. Many of the Democratic movies and clips can be found on No Bush in 04. New ones are at The Bush Raps (Re)Mix Contest)

Election for sale - On E-bay, the current bid for the 2004 election is $19. “This offer includes everything on the lot, from local animal control officers to the Office of the President of the United States. Regardless of alleged party affiliation, it's all up for grabs; congressional seats, governorships, mayors, even majordomos of the irrigation ditches. Includes all future appointments including 2 Supreme Court Justices”

McSweeneys Alternative Names for MoveOn.org.

Kerry & Edwards are gay lovers

The One-Fingered Victory Salute

New bumper stickers: Nixon: now more than ever

Diebold_machine_1Iraqi blogger Riverbend on the American election

Darth Vader's Address to the United Nations: First of all, I’d like to thank you for allowing me to speak to you all. I always like coming to New York, especially when I don’t have to pay for my own parking. (Laughter)…

A country in which 42% of the population is totally misinformed is not a country where democracy is safe. From “The Brownshirting of America

The Bush vs Cheney Debate. (Editing is everything)

John Kerry Better Win Big or Republicans Will Steal The Election, Again

Eric Alterman (From November 7, 2002!) about the reasons the media doesn’t confront Bush Lies. Exactly 2 years later, Interview with Ben Bradlee who says the same thing

100 Facts and 1 Opinion: The Non-Arguable Case Against the Bush Administration

Why I believe in our president, by Thomas F. Schaller

Let everybody know you support the Vice President with "I Love Dick" clothing, buttons and more! A Boi from Troy Production.

The Detroit News endorses Nobody for president! I'll concur

Enough! Are you sick of the election? If not - read more

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More clips at "The internets vets for truth" -

http://www.internetvetsfortruth.org/

Posted by: Clay E at Oct 28, 2004 11:17:05 PM

What a great bunch of links! Although, I disagree that Dogs are Republicans as you can see here: http://scaramoucheblog.blogspot.com/2004/05/i-dont-do-friday-cat-blogging.html

Posted by: Scaramouche at Oct 29, 2004 2:07:50 PM

Indian Dishoom!

http://badmash.org/dishoom.php

Posted by: Jay at Oct 30, 2004 11:23:04 AM

Fuck you! "Open All Night" Endorses George W. Bush For President

http://babelogue.citypages.com:8080/bzellar/2004/10/26#a2234

Posted by: NastyV at Oct 30, 2004 11:29:34 AM

http://www.alternet.org/election04/19914/

George Bush is seeking re-election as the Hero of 9/11 and as the Strong Leader against terrorism. At the recent Republican convention, speaker after speaker portrayed Bush's reaction on and shortly after 9/11 as an entitlement to extending Bush's power over the American people.

Perhaps never before has a president sought a second term by endlessly hyping the catastrophic failures of his first four years in office. On both 9/11 and Iraq, the Bush campaign team long ago decided that truth is a luxury American voters can no longer afford.

Instead of admitting that 9/11 was the biggest U.S. intelligence failure since Pearl Harbor, the Bush administration turned 9/11 into a moral Dunkirk. From the first days after 9/11, the Bush administration created a mythology that would spur reverence for both the president and the government. Bush wrapped himself in a flag drenched with the blood of Americans who died due to the failure of the federal government he commanded, and sadly the people bought it – and still continue to buy it.

Posted by: Bush lie, people die at Oct 30, 2004 4:19:17 PM

Looking Back

For those tired of watching polls, here's an excuse to stop: Take a look at the Gallup tracking poll exactly four years ago.

http://politicalwire.com/archives/2004/10/29/looking_back.html - CNN poll: Bush maintains 7-point lead over Gore

Posted by: Clay E at Oct 30, 2004 7:33:21 PM

Battleground Poll Shows Bush 51, Springsteen 49 -
http://www.scrappleface.com/MT/archives/001897.html

Posted by: Clay E at Oct 31, 2004 8:51:32 AM

10 Reasons I'm Not Voting for You, Mr. George W. Bush
http://jimtreacher.com/archives/001115.html

Posted by: JJ Hernandez at Oct 31, 2004 7:13:24 PM