Whatever Bush says is a lie? That MUST be a truth!

Saturday, August 20, 2005


Question for the day:

How come America is the only country in the world giving Intelligent Design any credence?


At 12:21 AM, Anonymous íçë said...

ha ha

Insert "Deliverance" theme song here.

You got to take more than baby steps to keep up with those Republicans and their fancy new catchphrases.

At 8:33 PM, Blogger banana said...

i agree... but not at the polls during Congressional and presidential election time in a red state.

At 12:31 AM, Anonymous íçë said...

Then ... when?

I'm not saying change is easy. It's not. It takes incredible leadership ability, courage, and vision. Just look at what Cindy Sheehan started. Here's a couple more names - Martin Luther King, Mahatma Ghandi.

You make some great points, but how much are you willing to compromise? If you always root for the lesser of two evils, that's the most you can get - and sometimes you won't even get that much.

At 8:30 AM, Blogger banana said...

Yes and Martin Luther King Jr. got a Dixiecrat to sign the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

You probably wouldn't vote for a man like LBJ if he ran for President today. Martin Luther King probably did, knowing that LBJ was not the "perfect liberal candidate" however, King marched and worked to get Civil Rights issues recognized.

By at least voting for the lesser of the two evils, you have a chance to get your way some of the time by doing what King and GAndhi did, which is better than losing EVERYTHING that has been built by left wing legislators, judges and presidents thanks to jerks like Reagan, Bush I and Bush II.

Imagine what this country would be like for minorities without Civil Rights legislation that passed under LBJ?

At 8:33 AM, Blogger banana said...

LBJ changed the face of the Democratic party. It turned the south Republican Red, and the ultra left have abandoned the Democratic party which is what gives the neocons so much power to do to the world what they have done.

i'm tired of people dying in Iraq on my dime and if Al Gore had been elected in 2000 this shit wouldn't be happening right now and I wouldn't have shortness of breath from breathing dirty air everytime I step out on my balcony.

At 8:39 AM, Blogger banana said...

oops I forgot that Johnson was not elected.

At 1:36 PM, Anonymous íçë said...

Al Gore is what I would call a true patriot. He's a person who truly wants only to do the right thing.

Al Gore knew (and John Kerry didn't) that its not about Right vs Left. Its about right vs wrong.

Al Gore didn't sacrifice his beliefs to build a political platform. John Kerry did. John Kerry took baby steps (bush-lite) and lost the chance to win back the White House because of it.

Al Gore was not the lesser of two evils. John Kerry was - and that's the problem Democrats have more than anything right now - too much compromise.

At 6:01 PM, Blogger banana said...

i agree with you about "too much compromise," and i'm frustrated by the democrats that use this tactic.

i think it's disgusting how the democrats didn't stand behind NARAL's ad against John Roberts.


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