Thursday, October 07, 2004

Shut up and sing!



Front Page Magazine has a great article outlining the organizing behind the Vote for Change tour.

4 comments:

Ghost Dansing said...
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Ghost Dansing said...

This poor REM performer has gone into convulsions after listening to Republican propaganda!

"Terrorists' Candidates?": What terrorist wouldn't be delighted with the events of the past 18 months? A world united in our support after Sept. 11, 2001, has been divided by the acts of the Bush administration.

Iraq, relatively off-limits for al Qaeda under Saddam Hussein, is now a terrorist safe haven.

Arab leaders, once inclined to collaborate with us, now face restive populaces who will try to overthrow those seen as our allies.

We have failed to take adequate steps to protect our ports, air cargo carriers, tunnels, bridges and even our streets. Our resources and national will have been eroded.

Osama bin Laden and his associates take a long-term historical perspective; they are less concerned with their individual fates than with their cause. Why wouldn't they hope that George W. Bush is returned to office to ensure that divisions grow, their legions increase and we continue to be debilitated by fear?

STCA said...

What the terrorists would love is for us to be united and have a policy similar to Europe...

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