Daily Archives: October 18, 2006

John Kerry’s consistent inconsistencies

If I hadn’t observed Sen. Kerry’s incoherent ramblings during the 2004 presidential campaign, I would have been shocked by his indecipherable utterances on “Fox News Sunday”

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Blair Says Veils Separate Muslims

LONDON — Prime Minister Tony Blair said Tuesday that Islamic head scarves are a sign of separation and that Britain’s Muslims should be encouraged to integrate with society to improve the quality of their lives.
Europe is finally trying “integration” as the US begins to lose cultural integration to the increasing Mexican population. Habla Espanol?

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2 nations fail to gain open UN council seat

UNITED NATIONS — Venezuela refused to abandon its bid for a UN Security Council seat despite trailing Guatemala in a dozen rounds of voting yesterday, creating a deadlock that led to new calls for a compromise candidate.

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Lawyer, Facing 30 Years, Gets 28 Months, to Dismay of U.S.

Lynne F. Stewart, the radical defense lawyer, was sentenced yesterday to two years and four months in prison on charges that she smuggled messages from an imprisoned terrorist client to his violent followers in Egypt.
Sounds like treason to me!

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How the Economy Can Define an Election

LANSING, Mich. — Economic anxiety hangs heavy over the midterm elections in this cradle of the American auto industry.

That has meant trouble for the re-election campaign of Democratic Gov. Jennifer Granholm.

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As Talk Radio Wavers, Bush Moves to Firm Up Support

WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 — On an overcast Friday morning last month, White House aides ushered an influential group of conservative radio hosts into the Oval Office for a private audience with the president.

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Lieberman Urges Dems to Alter Their Ways

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) – Sen. Joe Lieberman, running as an independent after losing the Democratic primary, said Tuesday he hoped Democrats seize control of Congress – with one caveat: a Democratic-led Congress, he said, must change its ways. (Lieberman is currently ahead in the polls)

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