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    28 October 2004
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    Is this possible proof that the explosives were there when our troops got there?

    A 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS crew in Iraq shortly after the fall of Saddam Hussein was in the area where tons of explosives disappeared, and may have videotaped some of those weapons.


    This is the story and they have a dated video of the marines entrance into the Al QaQaa facility (located at the top).

    26 October 2004

    Some polls from Tuesday. . .

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    All from the "Donkey Rising" blog. . .

    Kerry up in PA, OH, and FL. . .

    a PDF from Democracy Corps. . .

    and in news. . .

    $225 Billion!?!?

    3rd month in a row that consumer confidence fell. . .

    25 October 2004

    I can't wait till this is over. . .

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    Blogging is not enough, so I am cutting back a bit to do some ground work for Kerry, or more correctly anti-shrub. But regardless of what happens after Nov. 2nd, I feel that the numbers are turning for the Republicans and more importantly conservatives. For one this war is a huge stain on conservative chicken-hawks. They can no longer say that JFK over Quoted the cost of shrubs wars:


    Not to mention the failure to secure tons of high explosives that are probably being used to kill our troops and allies, not to mention Iraqis. Imagine if there were WMD's in Iraq, we secured the Oil Ministry but not a known Nuclear facility!! What were we, not we but they, thinking??

    Anyway with the number of actual smart people (scholars, Nobel "whatever" winners, scientists, and all the newspapers now endorsing Kerry, another four years of shrub will be a hard four years.

    According to Democracy Now! (10/25) 122 Papers have endorsed Kerry, 53 more than bush including 33 that "flip-flopped" from 2000 to 2004.

    This, to me is a war. Wars are not won overnight (as we now know) Good or bad after Nov. 2nd, I intend to be on the front lines until the conservatives are stuck in their churches. . .

    From now till after the election I will post links only and use my time to help out Kerry and Inez as much as possible, Thanks for reading. . .

    24 October 2004

    A Snapshot into Iraq Elections

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    some clips by BS from Reuters:

    The International Republican Institute delivered this data about popular support for Iraqi figureheads. It could indicate how elections will go.:

    The survey, carried out at the end of September, showed popular support for interim Prime Minister Iyad Allawi dropped more than 20 percentage points since July. Washington formally handed sovereignty to Iraq at the end of June.

    Just over 45 percent of those surveyed said Allawi had been effective since taking office in June, down from over 66 percent in July, and support for his government plummeted from 62 percent to 43 percent over the same period.

    The survey was carried out by the International Republican Institute, a government-funded body that promotes democracy around the world and which is helping oversee efforts to build political parties in Iraq.

    It found religious leaders carry more political weight than tribal leaders, the government or political parties with potential Iraqi voters.

    The Washington Post, reporting figures not publicly released by the institute, said the survey also found that the most popular politician in Iraq was Abdel Aziz Hakim, leader of the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq.

    Fifty-one percent said they want him in the national assembly, which will pick a new government.

    Allawi was second, with 47 percent of Iraqis supporting him for a seat in the new parliament if elections were held now, and rebel Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr was a close third, with 46 percent, the newspaper said.


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