Tuesday, July 22, 2008

The Ball is in Your Court Senator McCain

Question: "What would or should we do if, in the post-June 30th period, a so-called sovereign Iraqi government asks us to leave, even if we are unhappy about the security situation there?"

McCain's Answer: "Well, if that scenario evolves than I think it's obvious that we would have to leave because -- if it was an elected government of Iraq, and we've been asked to leave other places in the world. If it were an extremist government then I think we would have other challenges, but I don't see how we could stay when our whole emphasis and policy has been based on turning the Iraqi government over to the Iraqi people."

Makes you wonder how Grandpa will flip and flop now that Iraq's national security adviser said Tuesday his country will not accept any security deal with the United States unless it contains specific dates for the withdrawal of U.S.-led forces.

McCain is an absolute train wreck!

Richard Dawkins on Al Jazeera



Can you imagine this level of conversation on say, oh, Fox News?

I Don't Care Who You Are... This is Funny.

Larry Craig doesn't want to get jerked around by the gas nozzle!

Is that old queen so clueless that he didn't think this would get him splashed all over YouTube?

Monday, July 21, 2008

Support Al Gore

Al Gore has called on us to get 100% of our electricity from cheap, clean sources within 10 years. It's an achievable goal, but it's already under attack from the oil and coal companies. They're calling his plan unrealistic, impossible, and crazy.

We're in a crisis. If this is the fate of any new idea to get us out of this crisis alive, we're toast. Gore's challenge will live or die on the reaction of people like us. We can turn back Big Oil's attack if hundreds of thousands of us personally endorse Gore's challenge to power our country with 100% cheap, clean energy within 10 years — — and then we urge Obama, McCain, and Congress to get on board.

Clicking here will add your support to Gore's challenge.

The petition simply reads: "America must commit to producing 100% of our electricity from cheap, clean renewable energy sources, like solar and wind, within 10 years."

John McSame or John McBush?

Since 2001, John McCain has voted in support of the President's position 377 times.

McCain supported Bush 92 percent in 2004.

So if you like George W. Bush's policies and the current state of the country, then you should vote for John McCain. If not, then you should vote for Barack Obama.