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BARBARA'S DAILY BUZZFLASH MINUTE

It's hardly likely that Ann Coulter will be prosecuted in Jeb Bush's Florida, even though, "Knowingly voting in the wrong precinct is a felony punishable by up to five years in prison"!! And because it's Jeb Bush's Florida, Ms. Coulter could always check into a "rehab" center to avoid prosecution! She should consult Rush Limbaugh and Mark Foley, they can give her a few tips on how to stay out of jail free! Nevertheless, if she is guilty and if she is convicted, it would prove that there is some justice in Florida after all, and the Queen of Mean will then have some "time" to reflect! 

VERSE-CASE SCENARIO 

A Botched Joke Vs. A Video Making Light Of Looking For WMDs

by Tony Peyser

Let's take a minute to best gauge
Which of these is really the worst:
Kerry's off the cuff gaff or Bush's
Which was scripted and rehearsed?

A BUZZFLASH NEWS ANALYSIS

Today, BuzzFlash received a donation request email from the GOP. As we're sure the Republicans do with the Democratic email alerts, we signed up because we're curious about how they are marketing themselves to the electorate (or, at the very least, to their base).

Thursday, 02 November 2006 02:40

Dave Lindorff: Kerry and Bush: The Joke's on Us

A BUZZFLASH GUEST CONTRIBUTION
by Dave Lindorff, co-author of "The Case for Impeachment"

There are so many things to say about the John Kerry gaffe, it's hard to know where to start.

A BuzzFlash News Alert

Dean: Boehner Owes Military An Apology -- Republican Leader Blames Generals for Iraq Woes, While Exonerating Rumsfeld and Bush

Washington, DC – Today during an interview on CNN, House Republican Leader John Boehner blamed the military for the problems with the Bush Administration’s failed Iraq policies. Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean issued the following statement calling on Boehner to apologize to the men and women in the armed services for his irresponsible election year rhetoric:

Wednesday, 01 November 2006 06:29

Tom Breuer: Review of "Culture Warrior"

A BUZZFLASH GUEST CONTRIBUTION
by Tom Breuer

Bill O'Reilly starts off his latest paean to himself with a call to action against the dark forces of secular-progressivism, promising to "get this culture war over with faster than anyone believes" and dubbing himself "O'Reilly Tzu"-in a wry nod to the ancient Chinese military sage Sun Tzu.

A BUZZFLASH NEWS ANALYSIS

Today's report that the Justice Department will dispatch hundreds of election monitors to the polls next Tuesday should do little to assuage voters' fears of Republican prevarication. After all, a skilled magician may be the only one who knows what he is keeping up his sleeve, regardless of how many people are watching.

Wednesday, 01 November 2006 03:52

Amy Branham: My Flag - Part II

A BUZZFLASH GUEST CONTRIBUTION
by Amy Branham

Last week I wrote about my flag, the flag that covered the coffin of my son. This week, I am writing to tell you that while Old Glory does not fly at my home, there is a flag that does fly. It is the Colonial Flag, a replica of the original flag that stood for so much and inspired so many patriots.

Wednesday, 01 November 2006 03:26

BuzzFlash Mailbag for November 1, 2006

BUZZFLASH MAILBAG

Subject: Bush/Kerry Dust Up

First, with regard to "our" president campaigning around the country on behalf of Republicans, let me say that in all of my 61 years, I have never heard a president spew such vitriolic, partisan rhetoric. From a president of this great country, this is absolutely contemptible.

Second, this attack on John Kerry is ridiculous. What is it with this administration and sliming veterans?

The press is pathetic. After one or two questions, they give Cheney a pass on his waterboarding remarks. Over. Done. Tony Snow said the vice president was not referring to waterboarding when he said a dunk in the water was a no-brainer to him. Tony Snow said it was ridiculous to think the vice president would be caught saying that he condoned waterboarding. We do not torture. Done. End of story. Right.

But the press is only too happy to do the administration's bidding and make a big deal out of Kerry's remarks, which, I am told, should have been seen or heard with his preceding remarks in order to understand the context.

Kerry had it right. To paraphrase, "If you think a veteran would criticize the troops, you're crazy." He's right. They are crazy. And when veterans don't jump to defend one of their own, it confirms that it is partisan politics that has a stranglehold on our democracy - the constitution, morals, values, the vigorous defense of right over wrong, all be damned.

Wednesday, 01 November 2006 01:59

Ray McGovern: Bush The Cheerleader

A BUZZFLASH GUEST CONTRIBUTION
by Ray McGovern

When President George W. Bush was asked at his news conference last Wednesday whether we are winning in Iraq, he answered, "Absolutely; we're winning." The disingenuousness was almost enough to provoke sympathy for the beleaguered president as he lived through another bad week with further diminished credibility.

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