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Monday, 12 April 2004
Kerry's misery index
Democrat Presidential Nominee, Senator John "F'ing" Kerry has released his version of the Misery Index. He did this so that he can promote a higher failure rate than normal. Under the traditional measures, the Bush Administration so-called Misery Index is just over 7%. However the Kerry version is manipulating information to make it seem higher. I only hope that Republicans see this as an opportunity to counter his stupid effort and add their use of the Household survey. The coroprate survey is what has been used in recent times and currently shows that when President Bush came into office, there were 135 million persons working. Now there are 132 million. Now, according to the Household survey, there are 138 million people working. The corporate survey lists me as unemployed while the Household survey accurately reflects that I am gainfully SELF-EMPLOYED!! Get your act together Republicans, we in the masses are waiting for you to stop being such punks and fight!

Posted by Mali D. Currington at 1:06 PM PDT
Sunday, 11 April 2004
The PDB says nothing more...
National Security Advisor Dr. Condeleeza Rice destroyed the opposition arguments with her testimony on this past Thursday. Richard Clarke and the "American Sunni Triangle" that supports his extreme rhetoric are now seen as the partisans who are set on attacking President Bush. Now that the President's Daily Briefing of August 6, 2001 is released we learn nothing more...Just as Dr. Rice said. Democrats are now trying to figure out what to do next. So far the information they suspect is the smoking gun is merely their heads heating up in anger. The problem is that they are relentless on trying to find something that isn't there. they will eventually drive themselves into a collective mental institution. What will they allege next?

Posted by Mali D. Currington at 9:47 AM PDT
This so-called 9-11 Commission is not asking good questions
I am wondering after watching so much 9-11 commission "shows", why is it that no one is asking the following question: Why was it that no one even questioned why people want to learn to fly planes but not take off or land? Also if the Clinton administration was "doing so much" to combat terrorism then why is it that they didn't find those Al Queda cells in the U.S. who had already planned the 9-11 attacks by the time the Bush Administration took the leadership? Once again, the Republicans are wimping out and the Democrats don't care!

Posted by Mali D. Currington at 9:33 AM PDT
Saturday, 10 April 2004
Blacks "Dissed" by Republican Leadership
Last week, Democrat Senator Christopher Dodd of Connecticut gave appreciation to Klansmen Senator robert Byrd. He told Byrd that "You would have been a great senator at any moment....you would have been right at the founding of this country, right during the Civil War....I can't think of a single moment in this nation's 220+ year history where you would not have been a valuable asset to this country." As expected, Left-Wing Liberals haven't said a word to critique him in the same way that they did for Trent Lott. They did not even address Dodd's hyprocracy since he was the first Senator to attack Mississippi Senator Trent Lott for similar remarks. There seems to be no similar outrage from Republican Leaders to remove Dodd. Republican Leaders and commentators are minimizing Dodds acclamation to Byrd as not being racist. Dodd said what he felt and Dodd is a racist. And for Republicans to not understand that is offensive to me as well!!

Posted by Mali D. Currington at 10:19 PM PDT
Updated: Saturday, 10 April 2004 10:28 PM PDT
Tuesday, 6 April 2004
Illegal aliens driver's licenses
I just read the article in Miami herald that Florida Gov. Jeb Bush favors giving illegal aliens driver's licenses, as long as there are security measures to weed out criminals (http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/news/8364000.htm). If this is true, then the Republican Party is begining to use "Bunker Buster" ideas against itself. California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has flirted with the same consideration even though the rank and file in the California Republican Party. Simply put, the Party leadership is wanting to disregard its platform and tradition. Each time the Republican Party moves aggressively to preserve and advance its platform principles, the emancipation occurs. However when Republicans begin thinking and acting like Democrats, we regress to the days of segregation and slavery.

Posted by Mali D. Currington at 8:57 AM PDT
Updated: Tuesday, 6 April 2004 9:35 AM PDT
Lacey and Yates
Deanna Lacey and Andrea Yates should both be executed. both of them have committed horrific acts against children. However, both have avoided execution and Lacey has even avoided jail by claiming to be depressed. My recommendation is that we should no longer have our children in the care of women. Men should be childcare providers. At least we are certain that no court is going to be seduced by any excuses by men who murder children. Men go to jail...period!!

Posted by Mali D. Currington at 12:06 AM PDT
Monday, 5 April 2004
New Methods and Tactics
Hello! This is my new site. We will deal with many of the same issues as we do in mdcurrington.ripod.com/mdc/, but it will be in Blog format. lest's stay in contact as we tackle the problems of our society!

Posted by Mali D. Currington at 11:06 PM PDT
Updated: Monday, 5 April 2004 11:12 PM PDT

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