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Wednesday, 18 October 2006 02:01

Steven Jonas: The "Homosexual Agenda"


In The New York Times "News of the Week in Review" of Oct. 15, 2006, Frank Rich had a column entitled "The Gay Old Party Comes Out." He revealed/discussed the issue of the large number of gay folks in leadership positions in the Republican Party, some of them very highly placed. They are to be found in the legislative and administrative branches, and on the White House staff as well. And so now, finally, we know the true nature of that "Homosexual Agenda" that Dobson-Falwell-Robertson (Do-Fa-Ro) are all the time telling us the gay community wants to ram down the throats of straight America. Indeed it is a fascinating one, the Georgite one, actually.

Tuesday, 17 October 2006 06:58

BuzzFlash Mailbag for October 17, 2006


Subject: The latest Republican hypocrisy

As usual...and with all these men who get caught, "Craig Schelske will forgive his wife for the awful things she is saying about him." Did anyone wonder? She found so much of a nasty life just on his computer....pictures he had even taken of himself...and his anatomy...that was posted on his Craigpac...and has the nerve to say..."He will forgive her"...if he is not a Pervert...he has got to be a Grand Old Pervert! For the first time in my life...I feel for Sara. I felt no compassion for her at first, because she and her husband worked for the election of Bush in 2000...when her husband ran, now....she seems pretty sick of it all.


Home Of Senator's Daughter Is Raided By FBI In Probe Of Lobbying Scandal

by Tony Peyser

Things of late have not gelled in
The current race by Curt Weldon.

by David Wallechinsky

The New York Times ran a chart based on a survey by Pew Research Center of more than 23,000 Americans that compared party identification with who was president when each person reached the age of 20, the age at which most Americans begin to form their personal political beliefs. The results are dramatic.

by Michael Winship

Carnegie Hall is one of the wonders of Manhattan. With its famous acoustics and elegant design, the curve of its balcony tiers like the lines of a Steinway grand or, say, Sophia Loren in her prime, it's a glorious place to hear great music.


DNC: Today in Iraq: The Latest News From the President's War of Choice
Coalition death toll in Iraq reaches 3,000

Washington, DC - Today, CNN reports that the coalition military death toll hit 3,000 in Iraq on Monday, including 2,759 Americans. The coalition forces reach this tragic landmark just days after a top British Army chief called on Britain to withdraw its troops, citing the foreign military presence as a factor aggravating violence in Iraq. Democrats reject President Bush's failed stay-the-course strategy in Iraq and want a new direction there that is both tough and smart.


Welcome to the villainous group of countries practicing torture and abuse! Welcome to immorality and depravity! Corruption is now complete! Thanks to George Bush, gone are the values that made America that shining example of peace, justice, honesty, and righteousness. It's bizarre that the guys who profess morality are nothing more than chicken-hawk, arm-chair peddlers of intimidation and violence, murder and mayhem!


by Stephen Crockett 

The most alarming thing I learned about American politics in the past decade is that one powerful group of political leaders is dedicated to keeping American citizens from voting. This group is the leadership of the modern Republican Party. This fact is carefully hidden from the average Republican voter who clearly does not support this approach to politics.


BuzzFlash recently ran a series of commentaries on the contempt that the Busheviks have for democracy.

We traced this back to the "masters of the universe" outlook of the Kissinger era, in which Cheney and Rumsfeld were molded. It also can be attributed to the Straussian school of thought that influenced so many Neo-Cons.

Tuesday, 17 October 2006 00:00

Cindy Sheehan: Playing the Numbers Game

by Cindy Sheehan

Numbers have been flying around the airwaves lately.

How many Rebublican Congresspeople have had to resign from scandals this past year? 4. Randall "Duke" Cunningham (R-Ca), Bob Ney (R-Oh), Mark Foley (R-Fl) and Tom Delay (R-Tx) . How many more "R's" are implicated in the scandals that the above four resigned for? Who knows?

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