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Thursday, April 18, 2024

The Fight

Why must our boys fight the wars.
Suits sitting by mumbling bores.
Young soldiers crying out.
Mothers waiting up at night.
Sick and tired from all the doubt.
Men in power dripping oil.
From our boys grueling toil.
Do them justice; waving flags
Old men brag; my hearts in pieces.
Twenty home; Ten in bags.
End must come to men in suits.
Make them all lick my boots.

– Doc

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Economy played key role in Virginia election

A Republican who promised to create jobs won the Virginia governor’s office just a year after state voters helped a Democrat who promised change — and jobs — win the White House.

Bob McDonnell, a former state attorney general, won with nearly 59 percent of the vote Tuesday, claiming a mandate for his conservative agenda with help from independent voters.

They preferred him by nearly a 2-1 ratio over Democrat R. Creigh Deeds, exit polls showed, a shift from 2008, when independents in the state split between the parties.

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Steele: GOP is now a ‘transcendent party’

An ebullient Republican Party Chairman Michael Steele asserted Wednesday that GOP victories in governors’ races in New Jersey and Virginia demonstrate “a transcendent party” on the move again. Democratic Party Chairman Tim Kaine said that nothing about the election returns amounted to a repudiation of President Barack Obama.

“We’re not crowing, we’re just smiling,” Steele said in a nationally broadcast interview. “I think it’s a bellwether for the party … You look at where we were nine months ago.”

Steele said he believes Chris Christie’s victory in New Jersey and Robert McDonnell’s win in Virginia show that the GOP has “really found its voice again” after sustaining damaging losses last year.

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Maine voters reject gay marriage

Maine voters repealed a state law Tuesday that would have allowed same-sex couples to wed, dealing the gay rights movement a heartbreaking defeat in New England, the corner of the country most supportive of gay marriage.

Gay marriage has now lost in every single state — 31 in all — in which it has been put to a popular vote. Gay-rights activists had hoped to buck that trend in Maine — known for its moderate, independent-minded electorate — and mounted an energetic, well-financed campaign.

With 87 percent of the precincts reporting, gay-marriage foes had 53 percent of the votes.

“The institution of marriage has been preserved in Maine and across the nation,” declared Frank Schubert, chief organizer for the winning side.

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Republican election sweeps: Big trouble for Obama?

Independents who swept Barack Obama to a historic 2008 victory broke big for Republicans on Tuesday as the GOP wrested political control from Democrats in Virginia and New Jersey, a troubling sign for the president and his party heading into an important midterm election year.

Conservative Republican Bob McDonnell’s victory in the Virginia governor’s race over Democrat R. Creigh Deeds and moderate Republican Chris Christie’s ouster of unpopular New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine was a double-barreled triumph for a party looking to rebuild after being booted from power in national elections in 2006 and 2008.

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An inconvenient nightmare, part II

Al Gore is at it again trying to scare the people of the world into fattening his pockets and ceding control of all human activity to a global government.

All this, of course, is due to a completely contrived and carefully crafted propaganda campaign envisaged by the global elites at the U.N. and based purely on junk science – science that has been thoroughly debunked.

In this recent article in the U.K. Guardian, we find that Al Gore has changed his approach a little in his latest book entitled “Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis.”

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