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[04 Jul 2006|02:17pm]

sydpenguinbunny
I am concerned about the possibility of parole for the prisoner Mark David Chapman, who was imprisoned in 1980 for the murder of John Lennon. I feel that this man should be denied parole. Mr. Lennon had never committed any infraction against Chapman. In fact, on the day of his murder, Mr. Lennon gave Chapman an autograph. If Chapman could kill a man he did not even know, what else is he capable of, let loose on the street?

Not only this, but he has continued to "cash in" on his fame by way of frequent press interviews, making it clear that he is more interested in maintaining his notoriety than searching for redemption through hard work. In the aforementioned interviews, the man seems to regard his merciless slaying of Mr. Lennon with a childish "I won't do it again" attitude as opposed to a true sense of remorse.

Mr. Lennon was a great asset to New York City. He frequently donated to charities, such as when he donated the finances needed for the New York Police Department to acquire bulletproof vests. It has been written that he gave one tenth of his income each year to a charity for spastic children. He constantly spoke out for peace and understanding. Now, due to this bloodthirsty act of violence, we as a world have lost a visionary of peace.

If you agree with me that this man should in no way, shape, or form be paroled this October, please sign my petition at http://www.petitiononline.com/rem128. This petition gained acclaim in the newspapers when it was first started two years ago (the last time Chapman went up for parole), and hopefully we will be able to have that success again and show that no one wants this man back on the streets. Thank you very much.
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[11 Jan 2006|08:21pm]

sydpenguinbunny
Does anyone have a photo of John Ashcroft speaking, or looking like he's debating? It's for a PowerPoint I have to do for school. If possible, please let me know where you got it. Thanks!

X-posted
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[18 Nov 2005|03:18pm]

mrs_olyphant
I found an article in my local newspaper and I thought it made terrific points. It's called "America Needs To Wake Up". I typed it all out so you can read it. (May have a few typos)


Subject: It's not all about oil. A must-read historical account of terrorism against the U.S.

This is not very long, but very informative. You have to read the catalogue of events in this brief piece. Then, ask yourself how anyone can take the position that all we have to do is bring our troops home from Iraq, sit back, reset the snooze alarm, go back to sleep, and no one will ever bother us again? In case you missed it, World War III began in November 1979. That alarm has been ringing for years. U.S. Navy Captain Ouimette was the Executive Officer at Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida. Here is a copy of the speech he gave February 19, 2003. It is an accurate account of why we are so much in trouble today, and why this action is so necessary.Collapse )
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[14 Jun 2005|07:14pm]

sydpenguinbunny
Save John Lennon's Honor PetitionCollapse )
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[20 Mar 2005|02:15am]
mrsfruitcat
I saw this in the Voice of the People section of the NY Daily News:

Hanging in there
Yonkers: It ain't over. Kerry 4 President 2008.


::shudders at the thought::
3 Votes|Against Kerry

[06 Mar 2005|04:13am]

well_whiskey_
i dont know if you guys have all seen this website.
but these pictures are great.
click it
http://www.veteranscava.org/photos_that_will_never_make_the.htm
2 Votes|Against Kerry

[21 Feb 2005|01:08pm]

sydpenguinbunny
Join my community! :)

mccain2008

Sorry for spammage :)
2 Votes|Against Kerry

[30 Jan 2005|10:31pm]
_madeinthe80s
[ mood | confused ]

Did anyone watch Senator John Kerry on Meet The Press this morning? He did some more flip flopping...

...on Condoleeza Rice being confirmed by the Senate (stuff is paraphrased)

Tim Russert: You did not vote for Rice to be the Secretary of State
Kerry: I know, but she's a good person, she came a long way but no I didn't think that she would be right for the job

(an advertisement talking about Kerry lying about his experiences in Cambodia)
person in ad: John Kerry is a liar. He did not serve in Cambodia in '68.
Kerry: I didn't serve in Cambodia. Then I did, but we were on the border. Yeah, we were on the border of Cambodia.

Lord knows what would've happened if he became president. He might have signed a bill and then ask someone if he could take his signature off of it, lol.

3 Votes|Against Kerry

funny anti-liberal shit [18 Jan 2005|06:04pm]

losertimes2
[ mood | cold ]

shortest books ever written:
serving my country in vietman by john kerry
all the good movies ive made by micheal moore
things i love about bill by hilary clinton
i gotta think of some more but i just thought those were funny.
love conservatives!

1 Votes|Against Kerry

_teens4bush [14 Jan 2005|02:42pm]

pinkwombat44
[ mood | tired ]



I just thought I'd share this community that I joined last week. yup yup. Oh, and you don't have to be a teenager to join..all ages are welcome.

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This is something you won't see in the news... [29 Dec 2004|12:46am]
mrsfruitcat
[ mood | thoughtful ]



Combination handout pictures released on December 17, 2004, (Upper L frame) showing U.S. Marine Platoon Gunnery Sergeant, Ryan P. Shane, from the 1st. Battalion of the 8th. Marine Regiment as he pulls a fatally wounded comrade to safety while under fire during a military operation in the Iraqi western city of Falluja. (Upper R frame) Shane and another member of the 1/8 pulled their fatally wounded comrade under fire. (Lower L frame) Shane (extreme, L) is hit by insurgent fire and (Lower R frame) lies wounded (L). REUTERS/HO/USMC/Cpl. Joel A. Chaverri

I got this from http://www.riteturnonly.blogspot.com/

x-posted in bush_cheney_04, republicanchks, no_moore, nomoore

3 Votes|Against Kerry

The Law Is The Law. [27 Dec 2004|10:25pm]

yourremedy
I got this forward a while ago and it's the most favorite one I ever received. I posted it on a message board once where I was one of very few Bush supporters and I got ripped apart. I think the people here may appreciate it more.


The Law Is The Law

So if the US government determines that it is against the law for the words "under God" to be on our money, then, so be it.

And if that same government decides that the "Ten Commandments" are not to be used in or on a government installation, then, so be it.

And since they already have prohibited any prayer in the schools, on which they deem their authority, then so be it.

I say, "so be it," because I would like to be a law abiding US citizen.

I say, "so be it," because I would like to think that smarter people than I are in positions to make good decisions.

I would like to think that those people have the American Publics' best interests at heart.

BUT, YOU KNOW WHAT ELSE I'D LIKE?
1 Votes|Against Kerry

[27 Nov 2004|07:32pm]

annief2007
got this from my friend. enjoy haha. comments are greatly appreciated ^-^

Today we salute you Mr. John Kerry voter. While others were at the polls making informed decisions about their candidates, you are relying on Michael Moore for political advice. Yes. No. Maybe. The only thing we know for sure about Kerry is his three Purple Hearts. [say it again now] Sure George W. isn't the most articulate public speaker, but he's not scared of a football. So crack open an ice cold Bud Light, democratic douschebag, because the republicans have Four More Years.


credits to www.ihateliberals.com

The next time you consider going to a movie or renting that DVD, I thought it might be nice to inform you of some of the views of these 'stars' to whom you are sending your money.

Sean Penn"George Bush is only 2,000 away from being inspired by Bin Laden, I think the body count is moving up" - claming the death 1000 soldiers and another 2,000 deaths will equal the terrorists attacks blamed on Osama bin Laden.
Only a moron like Penn could equate the deaths of our American soldiers fighting for our freedom to be the same thing as terrorists attacking innocent men, women, and children. I wonder if this is the sort of person Kerry calls the 'heart and soul of America'.


Drew Barrymore"I just didn't understand the American political system, and I felt really stupid about that." -while pushing her "documentary" about the importance of voting. Drew also likes to go braless with her shirt that reads, "I won't vote for a Son Of A Bush."
Great, another "documentary" by a girl who was addicted to drugs by 15, has two failed marriages neither lasting longer than six months, and a high school drop out, and is now trying to educate us on the voting system. Drew, maybe if you have put down the drugs and picked up a book this wouldn't be so confusing to you. I'm surprised Kerry isn't parading her around right next to Michael Moore.


LeeLee SobieskiAfter being brought to tears by Fahrenheit 9/11, the 22 year old actress said it "should be required for everyone in America to see as part of their education in high schools."
We don't have enough liberal teachers as it is? Now you want Michael Moore in the classroom?


Linda Ronstadt"It's a real conflict for me when I go to a concert and find out somebody in the audience is a Republican or fundamental Christian. It can cloud my enjoyment." - SanDiego Union Tribune. - "I want people to get their head up out of their mashed potatoes and learn something about the issues and go and vote..." -Los Angeles Times
Looks like some of us have been spending a lot of time in the mashed potatoes lately Linda.


Rosie O'Donnell - "I think there should be a law - and I know this is extreme - that no one can have a gun in the U.S." - in an interview with Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy
Screw that whole second amendment thing huh Rosie? A quick side note - Guess what? Rosie has an armed personal security guard. I guess she meant no one can have a gun in the U.S. unless it protects her.


Jennifer Aniston - "Bush is a fucking idiot" -To a Rolling Stone reporter in September of 2001, while flipping him a double bird.
Geez Jennifer, can't we all be Friends?


Michael Moore - Hollywood fat-ass director Michael Moore had this to say regarding the passengers of flight 93, the flight that went down in the field in Somerset, PA on 9/11. -"(T)he passengers were scaredy-cats because they were mostly white. If the passengers had included black men those killers, with their puny bodies and unimpressive small knives, would have been crushed by the dudes."
Yes, it truly is too bad that Michael Moore wasn't on Flight 93.


George Clooney - "What did Bush do on 9/11? He ran away and hid. Even Reagan knew more about leadership than that, and he was as bad a symbol of America as I can think of, off-hand. But at least he's been in enough cowboy movies to know he had to come out and stand on top of the rubble and be seen shaking his fist or something." And like a true liberal who resorts to name calling and cruel attacks, Clooney also makes fun of Charlton Heston having Alzheimer's by saying, "Charlton Heston announced again today that he is suffering from Alzheimer's." But that was just a slip of the tongue right? Taken out of context right? Well when asked about it he added, "I don't care. Charlton Heston is the head of the National Rifle Association; he deserves whatever anyone says about him."
What's next George, making fun of children with cancer?


Alec Baldwin - "...We would go down to Washington and we would stone Henry Hyde to death! ...Then we would go into their homes and kill their wives and families." -as a guest on the Late Night with Conan O'Brien Show.
Anyone heard of this one before? This, coming from a man who promised to leave the country if a Republican was elected President. Hey Alec, can I help you pack? Can you imagine if a conservative would have had the same words directed toward Bill or Hillary Clinton, or Jesse Jackson? Think it would have made headlines then? No double standard here huh?


Barbra Streisand - At an awards dinner for Jesse Jackson's Rainbow/PUSH Coalition, Babs spit out the following, “I don't like giving speeches. First, I don't know what to say. Then I want to say too much. But I'm here tonight for one reason: I'm a sucker for Jesse.” Ok Barbie, let's leave your sexual fetishes out of politics. Another quote from Streisand - “[Republican control of the House has resulted in] poison in the water, salmonella in the food, carbon dioxide in the air and toxic waste in the ground.”
Let's not forget about withholding medication from the elderly, starving school children and killing our pets. Those evil Republicans are the problem. And in case you didn't realize it Babs, carbon dioxide is a good thing. On her website, Streisand has urged her fans to conserve energy by using less gas, hanging laundry outside instead of using machines, and setting air conditioners to 78 degrees. But in true rich liberal fashion, Streisand tools around in SUVs, limos, and private jets. She also air conditions her 16 room UNOCCUPIED apartment. When confronted on it, her spokesperson said, "She never meant that it necessarily applied to her."


Dave Matthews-"It is criminal to put our servicemen and women in harm's way and to put the lives of so many civilians on the line for the misguided frustrations of the Bush administration." - written by Dave Matthews in his letter titled, Dave Matthews Speaks Out About The War.
Misguided frustrations? What about the estimated 300,000 people in mass graves containing bodies of women and young children. You think those civilians weren't in harms way?


Jessica Lange - "What can I say? I hate Bush; I despise him and his entire administration, everything he represents and everything he has tried to do, not only internationally, which is horrific, but domestically as well." ..."The atmosphere in my country is poisonous, intolerable for those of us who are not right-wing, so thank you for inviting me to this festival and allowing me to get out for a few days," Lange said on receiving the Donostia Prize, which was presented by Spanish actor Jose Coronado.
Allowing you to leave? Hey Jessica, no one says you have to live in the U.S. I'll give you a ride to the airport. But of course, where else will you live in luxury and earn the millions of dollars the U.S. can provide for you?


Meryl Streep - "If everybody that had two cars had a Prius instead of an SUV, we wouldn't be in the Middle East right now."
And that little thing with the World Trade Center in New York all happened because we drive SUVs too?


Julia Roberts - "He's embarrassing. He's not my president. He will never be my president." Too bad Julia isn't as discerning about her husbands. She also said, "Republican comes in the dictionary just after reptile and just above repugnant... I looked up Democrat. It's of the people, by the people, for the people."
Actually Julia, Democrat means belonging to the Democratic party. What you looked up was democracy which means a form of government in which the supreme power is retained by the people. Got that Julia? Power is retained by the PEOPLE, not the government.


Ed Harris - The star of "The Right Stuff", "Apollo 13" and others, while attending a Pro-Choice America banquet had this to say about George Bush being a man - “I haven’t even been drinking, but, at all, but, you know, being a man, I’ve got to say that we’ve got this guy in the White House who thinks he is a man, you know, who projects himself as a man because he has a certain masculinity, and he's a good old boy, and he used to drink, and he knows how to shoot a gun and how to drive a pickup truck, etcetera like that. That’s not the definition of a man, God Damn it!" Harris has also been quoted as saying, “She [my wife] has educated me over the 20 years we have been together to the point where she's got me in her hip pocket."
I guess being in your wife's hip pocket makes you a man.


Bill Mahr - Referring to the US Military, the alleged comedian and host of the now defunct TV show "Politically Incorrect" said, "We have been the cowards lobbing cruise missiles from 2,000 miles away," he said. "That's cowardly."
However, when referring to the terrorists that killed over 3000 of our innocent men, woman, and children, Mahr showed his admiration by adding, "Staying in the airplane when it hits the building, say what you want about it, it's not cowardly,"


Kevin Richardson - The Backstreet Boy had this to say regarding the attacks of 9/11. "I just think we are a little bit of an arrogant nation and maybe this is a little bit of a humbling experience ... what has our government done to provoke this action that we don't know about?"
Just like the liberals to blame America first. So according to the boy band boy, the attacks of 9/11 were our own fault.


Janeane Garofalo - In a profile entitled "Don't Tread On Janeane" written by Trish Deitch, Garofalo, the comedian/actress/waitress, regurgitated the following, "Our country is founded on a sham: our forefathers were slave-owning rich white guys who wanted it their way. So when I see the American flag, I go, 'Oh my God, you're insulting me.' That you can have a gay parade on Christopher Street in New York, with naked men and women on a float cheering, 'We're here, we're queer!' -- that's what makes my heart swell. Not the flag, but a gay naked man or woman burning the flag. I get choked up with pride."
Personally, I'd rather just see Garofalo get choked.


Robin Williams - "We have a president for whom English is a second language. He's like 'We have to get rid of dictators,' but he's pretty much one himself."
Which ranks right up there with another intelligent quote from Robin, "Nanoo Nanoo".


Susan Sarandon - "How will the bombing of Baghdad, a city of five million, accomplish a regime change?"
Just sit back and watch Susan, just sit and watch.


Larry Hagman - "A sad figure (Bush) – not too well educated, who doesn't get out of America much. He's leading the country towards Fascism."
Not too well educated? Larry Hagman attended Bard College for one year. George W. Bush has a Bachelors Degree from Yale, and a MBA from Harvard Business School. See Who Is Smarter.


Richard Gere - "In a situation like this, of course you identify with everyone who's suffering. (But we must also think about) the terrorists who are creating such horrible future lives for themselves because of the negativity of this karma. It's all of our jobs to keep our minds as expansive as possible. If you can see (the terrorists) as a relative who's dangerously sick and we have to give them medicine, and the medicine is love and compassion. There's nothing better."
OK Richard. The next time you see a terrorist, just give them a big hug and a cookie.

Jane Fonda - "I would think that if you understood what Communism was, you would hope, you would pray on your knees, that we would someday become communists." - Jane Fonda, at Michigan State University quoted in Detroit Free Press of November 22, 1970
What can I say?


Whoopi Goldberg - On the television show Politically Incorrect with Bill Mahr, Whoopi said, "I don't agree, you see, I don't really view communism as a bad thing."
Whoopi, sounds like you and Jane Fonda should be hanging out.
10 Votes|Against Kerry

Are you a democrat? [25 Nov 2004|06:22pm]
dubyarock
* Democrats chose the donkey as their symbol because the Democrat base smells as bad as one and has the same verbal skills. In the donkey's defense, it's smart enough to understand a butterfly ballot.

* Democrats are big into class warfare. They also are for gun control which has caused the deadliest firearms to be too expensive except for the rich to buy. So, if class warfare ever goes to blows, it won't last long.

* Though there are more registered Democrats, they don't vote as much as Republicans percentage-wise because of their tendency to be distracted by shiny things.

* Democrats have lost most of the men's vote because they're a bunch of girlie men. Don't tell them that, though, because they'll cry.

* Democrats are always trying to get into your wallet to spend money on their wacky ideas. If you see a Democrat near your wallet, hit him on the head with a rolled up newspaper. You have to catch him in the act or he'll never learn.

* While the Democratic leadership is currently devoid of any real leadership or substance, they may try and make up for that with important-looking hair.

* Some Democrats may have served in Vietnam. You can find out which ones by seeing who tells you that fact over and over and over.

* And over and over and over.

* Many Democrats intensely hate Bush because it's easier than confronting the irrelevancy of their ideas. It’s funny to dump a bucket of cold water on them and hear them blame Haliburton.

* If your plagued by Democrats, they can be scared away with snakes, guns, or concepts of individual responsibility.

* Bill Clinton, who cost the Democrats their majorities in the House, Senate, and Governorships while he was president, is still venerated by Democrats because... uh... I guess they're just frick'n retards.

* Democrats will often visit maternity wards and shake their fists angrily at all those who escaped the wrath of choice.

* Democrats are secretly trying to destroy capitalism. If you see a Democrat near capitalism and looking suspicious, immediately report him to the police.

* In a fight between Democrats and Aquaman, Aquaman would be slurred by an NAACP ad that links him to lynching.

* The Democrats have built a giant statue in tribute to Michael Moore which eyes glow red, shoots fire out of its ass, and constantly demands tributes of ham.

* Or maybe that is just Michael Moore wearing a gray sweat suit. Whatever it is, don't let it fall on you because it's heavy.

* The foreign policy ideals of the Democrats involved waiting for the might France to approve anything they plan on doing. This should allow them to snap into action about the time half the earth is destroyed by radical Islamists.

* Every time someone votes for a Democrat, babyJesus cries.
7 Votes|Against Kerry

Quick question [24 Nov 2004|05:02pm]

lady_lanet
I am an undecied who just turned 18 two days ago, and am leaning niether twoards the left or the right.

Why is John Kerry so bad? And why is Bush so great?

Not a anti-bush post, just wondering.
9 Votes|Against Kerry

REMEMBER [11 Nov 2004|10:52am]

purple_dreamz15
[ mood | content ]



Display your flag today


2 Votes|Against Kerry

[10 Nov 2004|07:17pm]

vwbug12
[ mood | frustrated ]

omfg my school is so freaking liberal, its driving me crazy. its not that theyre liberal its that theyre liberal and dont RESPECT my opinion. in MATH, a totally non-political class, we were learning about parabolas. the upside down u thingies. my teacher is the this flakey teacher and a bush hater. so shes like this is a parabola. a parabola can represent the u.s. economy. and she points to the part leading up and says "this is the economy during the clinton years" and i already knew wat she was going to say for the part going down and im fuming inside. all my friends look at me knowing wat im thinking. and she continues "and this part going down is the economy during the bush years and it will continue going down these next 4 years." i was like AGH!! ujnfgrjngdgnm it is against the law to tell ur students wat candidate u support/ur political stance. math has nothing to do with politics. UGH!! who else hates liberal teachers?? THEN she said, hopefully it will go up in 2008 with hilary clinton. HILARY?!?! i would move to australia. thennnn my "friend" saw me with my bush/cheney 04 sign on my binder and hes like because of them everyone in americas going to jail. and then he turns to his friend and was like u kno so and so was crying yesterday in class cuz her cousins been shipped off somewhere. and im like was he in the army? and hes like yea. and im like um then?? he knows he could go into combat. u.g.h. stupid idiots. GOOOOSHHHH

12 Votes|Against Kerry

Don't you LOVE our country?? [06 Nov 2004|12:22pm]

glutton4tragedy
[ mood | ecstatic ]

I thought I'd share some fun stats with everyone from the election!



President Bush won a historic victory, defeating John Kerry by more than 3.5 million votes, 58.6 million to 55.1 million (51% to 48%) and winning the Electoral College 286 to 252.

In doing so, President Bush:

- Becomes the first presidential candidate to win more than 50% of the popular vote since 1988,

- Received the most votes by any presidential candidate in history-over 58 million,
Becomes the first President re-elected while gaining seats in the House and the Senate since 1936, and the first Republican President to be re-elected with House and Senate majorities since 1924, and

- Garnered 7 million more popular votes than in 2000-more than twice the amount that President Clinton increased his vote between 1992 and 1996.



The Bush-Cheney Campaign team had the best volunteer grassroots organization activating the most sophisticated voter contact strategy in campaign history.

- 1.2 million volunteers made over 15 million contacts, knocking on doors and making calls in the 72 hours before the polls closed.

- 7.2 million e-activists were contacting their family, friends, co-workers,

- The RNC registered 3.4 million new voters, enlisted 1.4 million Team Leaders, and contacted-on a person to person basis-30 million Americans in the months leading up to and including Election Day, and

- In the final 72 hours we met 129 % of our door-knocking goal; and met 120 % of our phone-calling goal.



For the first time in modern politics an equal number of Republicans and Democrats turned out for a presidential election.

- We saw the impact of the President's convincing win in other races across the country. We increased our majorities in the U.S. House and U.S. Senate, captured two Governor's races, won the Georgia House and the Tennessee Senate for the first time since Reconstruction, and won the Oklahoma House for the first time in 83 years.



In summary, Republicans improved our standing in key demographic groups and geographic areas, and President Bush won a mandate.


And In my MAIN conclusion, God Bless the Fucking USofA.
Republicans girls are wayyyy hotter ;)

10 Votes|Against Kerry

Good Bye..... [06 Nov 2004|01:53am]

ucxobearcat
[ mood | indescribable ]

Okay, I know this is sorta a weird entry, but I'm really tired and I just had a bad comment on the community I just made. anti_john_kerry is doing great, so I'm just going to delete my Voted4Bush community. I'm getting really tired of people making comments about how bush is the worst person in the world and that "it seems as if everyone that followed him into the war is now dead"...obviously when we state that if you're going to put down bush, don't join, we mean it but I guess people like that can't read...I'm so happy I was able to be apart of something so great before the election by being in the anti_john_kerry community, I just wanted to see it last, so that's why I made the other community. I'm proud to be a Republican bush supporter, but I'm tired of trying to talk to ignorant people. No one in here has done that (well, the occasional democratic assholes) but I'm just going to leave. I wish you all the best of luck in whatever you do and I'm glad I was able to have your support and hear your thoughts before the close election. Thanks for everything everyone and thanks once again to the mod for making this community.

1 Votes|Against Kerry

[05 Nov 2004|09:27pm]

hearts_stars_xo

Thought I'd give you a heads up. Ban juanita_dark if you see them join the community.

Here's why.

1 Votes|Against Kerry

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