Time Left to Stop Bush's Third Term:

Your Mission

#1 Get an absentee ballot or find out if you can vote early in person.
#2 Volunteer to work in a swing state.
#3 Make a voter map of the 50 people closest to you. Get the Kerry supporters to the polls.
#4 Take election day off. Travel or make phone calls to swing states.
#5 Work your butt off! Knock on doors, make phone calls and drive people to the polls.
#6 Become a poll monitor to make sure that every vote counts.
#7 Make this your mantra, "If Democrats vote, Democrats win." Did I say work your butt off?

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Featured Article

November 2006
The october un-surprise
will voters finally hold bush accountable?

"Republicans should be feeling desperate right now, because if Democrats take the house, they will suddenly have the power of subpoena and the authority to create their own committees. ... Instead of what happened subsequent to the 1994 Republican “revolution” when Republicans tried to impeach Clinton on the flimsy grounds of lying about a personal matter, a 2006 Democratic majority will allow Democrats to investigate Bush’s serious abuses of the executive branch. Naturally, these inquiries will begin with whether Bush sold everyone a pack of lies to launch his war of choice on Iraq. But they will not end there, and in the process it is likely that many Republican heads will roll. They cannot help but hope that Karl Rove has done his homework and will somehow pull off his most brilliant October surprise."


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September 24th, 2005
March on Washington D.C.
Organized by United for Peace and Justice

It was a very good day. People came from all over the country in busloads to protest Bush's illegal and immoral war. When we arrived at 12:00, the march was just beginning and when we had to catch our bus at 5:00 the march was still going.

This has been described by the news media as the largest U.S. protest against the war. Protesters were everywhere, covering so many square blocks, it was impossible to even guess how many hundreds of thousands of people showed up.


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January 20th, 2005
Bush's Second Coronation
pictures from the inauguration

The general public was not allowed on most of the parade route, making access for face to face dissent difficult. And still protest was rampant in Washington during Bush's second coronation. Bush is the most protested President ever.

At a rally in McPherson Square, Granny D (pictured at right) pointed out to the crowd that most of them were much younger than her and that while we are all still alive it is incumbant on us all to keep up the fight. Granny D turned 95 on January 21st.


Featured Article

October 2004
The National Cognitive Dissonance: Will Bush Supporters Ever Wake Up?

"...Bush supporters tend to believe what they want to believe. It is impossible for them to believe that we invaded Iraq for no reason. Such a senseless invasion would belie their belief in our country as a just nation. Most Americans who believe in the goodness of our country will choose to cherry pick the facts so that harsh realities will not undermine their belief in the American dream. For them, the invasion of Iraq was a matter of national security, simply because we are already there."

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October 2004
FAHRENHEIt whatever (whatever temperature it takes to make a house made entirely out of matches BURN)

Wife: "Honey, I told you to stop smoking. The house is on fire."
Husband: "Like I said — don’t panic. All I’ve got to do is call my friend George. The fire will be out in no time."

Featured Gallery

August 29th, 2004
New York City Protest against the RNC and the Bush Agenda
Organized by United for Peace and Justice

Over 500,000 people attended this protest, officially making Bush the most protested politician ever.


Featured Article
July 2004
Bush’s 9/11 Secrets
Will the true extent of Bush’s complicity in 9/11 ever be made public? 

"...If Richard Clarke’s allegations were surprising to many people, it should be even more astounding for them to learn that the Bush team actively worked to block investigations into terrorism which might have stopped the 9/11 attacks. And it should come as even more of a complete shock, that at the behest of their cronies in the oil industry, the Bush team re-opened diplomatic negotiations with the Taliban which continued until just five weeks before the twin towers fell. ..."


Featured Gallery & Article

July 2003
Feature Article & Photo Study
Wrapping Ourselves in the Flag:
Shopping our Way to Freedom

"...The danger here is that when the symbolism of the flag starts to completely lose its meaning, it leaves the door open for it to be redefined by whatever market force or political strategy is prevalent at the time. ..."

Photo Show of Flag Imagery used in products and advertising


Featured Article

October 2002
Why Liberals Fail

"...The conservative right has been diligent in promoting it's vision and it has succeeded in building an empire. So far their crowning achievement has been in the installation of Bush Jr.; an occurrence that could not have happened without them. It's clear that Bush's support by this group cannot be ignored by Bush himself and accordingly he has spent nearly all of this administration rewarding them. ..." READ

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