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Thursday, July 31, 2008

How the GOP Can Win

As the Presidential election approaches it is becoming more apparent to anyone who is paying attention that there is no significant difference between the two leading candidates. There is really only one party that rules in America and that party is money. It has been this way for much longer than people will admit, and the blame lies solely with "We the People".
People know something is very wrong up in Washington and with the lack of a second political party to hold anyone accountable the lie that is our Democrat Republic has been laid bare. Citizens that believe in truth and justice, no matter their political leanings, are outraged by both parties. It is with this in mind that Corporate Jesus doles out some advice to the GOP.
This is an opportunity to bury the feeble and complicit Democrats who rode into power in the last election on their false promises of ending the war and holding the corrupt accountable. The left leaning base is angry and with the Democratic party's presumptive Presidential nominee's "centrist" or Republican lite (he's a Corporatist just look at his economic advisers)) views there are many disenchanted Progressives. The GOP has an opportunity to make a good show of doing what the Democrats said they would and thereby cripple the Democrats and steal their further left support base.
My advice to the GOP is to back impeachment. Come out for accountability and the application of justice. Propose to protect the Constitution. Make a show of supporting the end of the war. With the lack of majorities in both houses of Congress nothing will come of the spectacle, except that the progressive base that as of now will vote for a Democrat, will be further disenchanted by the silent and cowardly Democrats that did nothing and watch in shock as the right takes the positions they've been hoping the Democrats would take. The right wing base that lean Libertarian will also applaud this move. Essentially the GOP would be throwing the 29%ers overboard. However, those 29% will never vote for the Democrat, and will follow any strong leader.
This is a big opportunity that has been dropped into the GOP's lap. The Democrats think the election is already won and have betrayed their base. Now is the time to take them.

Thursday, July 24, 2008

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Thursday, July 10, 2008

The Senate is Owned by Telecomms

Yes/Abstain votes in the Senate for HR6304

Sen. Lamar Alexander [R, TN] Aye
Sen. Wayne Allard [R, CO] Aye
Sen. John Barrasso [R, WY] Aye
Sen. Max Baucus [D, MT] Aye
Sen. B. Evan Bayh [D, IN] Aye
Sen. Robert Bennett [R, UT] Aye
Sen. Christopher Bond [R, MO] Aye
Sen. Samuel Brownback [R, KS] Aye
Sen. Jim Bunning [R, KY] Aye
Sen. Richard Burr [R, NC] Aye
Sen. Thomas Carper [D, DE] Aye
Sen. Robert Casey [D, PA] Aye
Sen. C. Saxby Chambliss [R, GA] Aye
Sen. Thomas Coburn [R, OK] Aye
Sen. Thad Cochran [R, MS] Aye
Sen. Norm Coleman [R, MN] Aye
Sen. Susan Collins [R, ME] Aye
Sen. Kent Conrad [D, ND] Aye
Sen. Bob Corker [R, TN] Aye
Sen. John Cornyn [R, TX] Aye
Sen. Larry Craig [R, ID] Aye
Sen. Michael Crapo [R, ID] Aye
Sen. Jim DeMint [R, SC] Aye
Sen. Elizabeth Dole [R, NC] Aye
Sen. Pete Domenici [R, NM] Aye
Sen. John Ensign [R, NV] Aye
Sen. Michael Enzi [R, WY] Aye
Sen. Dianne Feinstein [D, CA] Aye
Sen. Lindsey Graham [R, SC] Aye
Sen. Charles Grassley [R, IA] Aye
Sen. Judd Gregg [R, NH] Aye
Sen. Charles Hagel [R, NE] Aye
Sen. Orrin Hatch [R, UT] Aye
Sen. Kay Hutchison [R, TX] Aye
Sen. James Inhofe [R, OK] Aye
Sen. Daniel Inouye [D, HI] Aye
Sen. John Isakson [R, GA] Aye
Sen. Tim Johnson [D, SD] Aye
Sen. Edward Kennedy [D, MA] Abstain
Sen. Herbert Kohl [D, WI] Aye
Sen. Jon Kyl [R, AZ] Aye
Sen. Mary Landrieu [D, LA] Aye
Sen. Joseph Lieberman [I, CT] Aye
Sen. Blanche Lincoln [D, AR] Aye
Sen. Richard Lugar [R, IN] Aye
Sen. Mel Martinez [R, FL] Aye
Sen. John McCain [R, AZ] Abstain
Sen. Claire McCaskill [D, MO] Aye
Sen. Mitch McConnell [R, KY] Aye
Sen. Barbara Mikulski [D, MD] Aye
Sen. Lisa Murkowski [R, AK] Aye
Sen. Ben Nelson [D, NE] Aye
Sen. Bill Nelson [D, FL] Aye
Sen. Barack Obama [D, IL] Aye
Sen. Mark Pryor [D, AR] Aye
Sen. Pat Roberts [R, KS] Aye
Sen. John Rockefeller [D, WV] Aye
Sen. Ken Salazar [D, CO] Aye
Sen. Jefferson Sessions [R, AL] Abstain
Sen. Richard Shelby [R, AL] Aye
Sen. Gordon Smith [R, OR] Aye
Sen. Olympia Snowe [R, ME] Aye
Sen. Arlen Specter [R, PA] Aye
Sen. Ted Stevens [R, AK] Aye
Sen. John Sununu [R, NH] Aye
Sen. John Thune [R, SD] Aye
Sen. David Vitter [R, LA] Aye
Sen. George Voinovich [R, OH] Aye
Sen. John Warner [R, VA] Aye
Sen. Jim Webb [D, VA] Aye
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse [D, RI] Aye
Rep. Roger Wicker [R, MS-1] Aye

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