Friday, July 30, 2004

The Bush--Lay Letters

Here is a link to the George Bush--Ken Lay letters.

Kerry Nailed It

Here is a link to the text of his speech.

Thursday, July 29, 2004

Why Kerry and Edwards Will Win

"Tonight, as we celebrate in this hall, somewhere in America a mother sits at the kitchen table. She can't sleep because she's worried she can't pay her bills. She's working hard trying to pay her rent, trying to feed her kids, but she just can't catch up. It didn't used to be that way in her house." Now, Edwards created a man for the woman. "Her husband was called up in the Guard. Now he's been in Iraq for over a year. They thought he was going to come home last month, but now he's got to stay longer." With that stroke, Edwards turned the turmoil and trepidation of Iraq into a quiet crisis of the middle class. "She thinks she's alone," Edwards continued. "But tonight in this hall and in your homes, you know what? She's got a lot of friends ... Hope is on the way."

Tuesday, July 27, 2004

An Excerpt From the Big Dog's Speech

"When I was in office, the Republicans were pretty mean to me. When I left and made money, I became part of the most important group in the world to them.

At first I thought I should send them a thank you note -- until I
realized they were sending you the bill.

They protected my tax cuts while:

-- Withholding promised funding for the Leave No Child Behind Act, leaving
over 2 million children behind

-- Cutting 140,000 unemployed workers out of job training

-- 100,000 working families out of child care assistance

-- 300,000 poor children out of after school programs

-- Raising out of pocket healthcare costs to veterans

-- Weakening or reversing important environmental advances for clean air
and the preservation of our forests.

Everyone had to sacrifice except the wealthiest Americans, who wanted to
do their part but were asked only to expend the energy necessary to open
the envelopes containing our tax cuts. If you agree with these choices,
you should vote to return them to the White House and Congress. If not,
take a look at John Kerry, John Edwards and the Democrats."

The Big Dog Wows Them

Here's a link to Bill Clinton's keynote speech last night. Nine standing ovations.

Sunday, July 25, 2004

The 9-11 Commission Report

Here's a link to it.

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