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June 25, 2006 Posted by | In The News | 1 Comment

A Secret Timetable?

“The top American commander in Iraq has drafted a plan that projects sharp reductions in the United States military presence there by the end of 2007, with the first cuts coming this September, American officials say…after criticizing Democratic lawmakers for trying to legislate a timeline for withdrawing troops, skeptics say, the Bush administration seems to have its own private schedule…”

June 25, 2006 Posted by | National Defence, Right Wing Deception | Leave a comment

Its all happening.

  Dozens of factories that turn corn into the gasoline substitute ethanol are sprouting up across the nation, from Tennessee to Kansas, and California, often in places hundreds of miles away from where corn is grown.

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June 25, 2006 Posted by | Business and Economy | Leave a comment

Maliki to set timetable for troop withdrawal

It seems when we set up a Democratic state in Iraq we literally meant Democratic.  Even Prime Minister Maliki will be setting a time table for American troop withdrawal and Iraqi troop buildup.  This is precisely what Democrats have been asking for for months and the Bush administration has been refusing to provide for months.  

 The response from the White House is still unclear.

June 25, 2006 Posted by | National Defence | 1 Comment

Lamont’s Challenge

A new line of campaign ads launched by Connecticut Senatorial candidate Ned Lamont call for incumbant Joe Lieberman to pledge his support to the winner of the August 8th Democratic Primary. Ned, in turn, will pledge to do the same for the good of the party.

Joe, of course, refuses to state either way. Why? Because he doesn't care about the party, he cares about himself and his right wing agenda. He would rather keep open the option to run as an independent if he loses the primary. This is further proof that Lieberman has no qualms undermining the Democratic party and its agenda.

June 25, 2006 Posted by | Decision '06 | Leave a comment