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Posted By: James Hufnagel

Posted On: Jul 12, 2004
Views: 482

Today I'm listening to the news to learn that Ann Venneman, Secretary of Agriculture, underling of Gale Norton, Secretary of the Interior and former counsel to the Rocky Mountain Legal Foundation (of James Watt fame, a mining and logging coalition started by Adolph Coors of Coors Silver Bullet fame) has announced new rules to facilitate road-building in the National Forests for purposes of resource extraction. That, despite the 1.5 million people who testified in favor of the roadless rule in the waning days of the Clinton administration. Everyday it is something new with these s.o.b.s!

Supporters of Bush are either stupid, uninformed or rich.

Posted By: DJ

Posted On: Jul 12, 2004
Views: 485

The problem with John Kerry in our state is underexposure. We are also victimized by the right who bring forth his bad points. We don't hear much about his good points because his campaign committee doesn't want to spend money in a state that will vote Democrat in November. If you look at his record, he is for the common person, follows the Democrat ideals of national health insurance, help for the less fortunate and repeal of the tax credits for the rich. I feel confident he will deal with the Iraq mess more effectively than GW and might restore a more positive attitude in the Middle East toward America. John Edwards will add additional luster to the platform. Good choice JFK!

Posted By: A Patriot

Posted On: Jul 9, 2004
Views: 496

Where's Pat Paulsen, now that we need him?

Posted By: Scott Leffler

Posted On: Jul 8, 2004
Views: 454
Edwards adds something the campaign needed.

I've been pretty up-front about not being a Kerry fan, but with the addition of Edwards (who I supporteded after Dean dropped out), I'm a somewhat bigger fan. And I think there are probably a lot of Democrats like myself who aren't enamored with Kerry, but will abide Kerry in hopes that Edwards rubs off on him.