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BRAVO NANCY REAGAN!!
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People's Commissar
2004-07-31 16:54:23 UTC
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Capitol Hill Blue: Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'

By TERESA HAMPTON & WILLIAM D. McTAVISH

Capitol Hill Blue Staff
Jul 30, 2004, 08:12

The widow of former President, and Republican icon, Ronald Reagan has told
the GOP she wants nothing to do with their upcoming national convention or
the re-election campaign of President George W. Bush.

Nancy Reagan turned down numerous invitations to appear at the Republican
National Convention and has warned the Bush campaign she will not tolerate
any use of her or her late husbands words or images in the President's
re-election effort.

"Mrs. Reagan does not support President Bush's re-election and neither to
most members of the President's family," says a spokesman for the former
First Lady.

Nancy Reagan
Reagan's son, Ron, spoke at the just-concluded Democratic National
Convention and writes in next month's Esquire magazine that "George W. Bush
and his administration have taken normal mendacity to a startling new level
far beyond lies of convenience. They traffic in big lies."

Ron Reagan is joined by his sister Patty in opposing Bush's re-election
effort. Only brother Michael Reagan, a conservative talk show host, supports
the President and claims Ron is manipulating his mother.

Unlike the other Reagan children, Michael is not Reagan's biological child.
He was adopted by Reagan during the actor's first marriage to actress Jane
Wyman and often complains that his stepmother, Nancy, likes Ron best.

"He is her favorite," Michael Reagan told Fox News. "Ron can do no wrong. I
mean, basically that's it, Ron can do no wrong."

Ron, however, claims George W. Bush has destroyed the Republican Party his
father helped build.

"My father, acting roles excepted, never pretended to be anyone but
himself," Reagan writes in Esquire. "His Republican Party, furthermore,
seems a far cry from the current model, with its cringing obeisance to the
religious right."

The Reagans' split with Bush and the party centers around stem cell research
which many believe can help find a cure for Alzheimer's, the disease that
crippled President Reagan in his final years. Bush and the
ultra-conservative wing of the Republican Party oppose use of new stem
cells. The Reagans, with the exception of Michael, support such use.

There's more to the feud than that, however. Nancy Reagan has told close
followers she believes Bush and the current Republican leadership have
divided America with their extreme views. She has told Republican leaders
she wants nothing to do with the party or Bush.

During the week of Reagan's funeral, the former First Lady "went ballistic"
when she learned the Bush campaign was test marketing new ads that used
Reagan's photos and speeches in an effort to show he supported Bush and his
re-election. She personally called Republican Party Chief Ed Gillespie to
demand the ads be destroyed.

Republican strategists admit the ads were produced but never ran. They were
pulled after scoring poorly with focus groups where viewers found them in
"poor taste."

"Mrs. Reagan doesn't care why the ads were pulled. She just wanted to make
sure they never went on the air," says a spokesman for the First Lady. "She
does care about whether or not the memory of President Reagan is used for
political purposes."

BRAVO NANCY REAGAN!!
Caliban
2004-07-31 17:06:38 UTC
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On Sat, 31 Jul 2004 16:54:23 GMT, "People's Commissar"
Post by People's Commissar
Capitol Hill Blue: Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
I hope more moderate Republicans will decide they don't want a
drunken, sadistic bully who believes he's above the law running the
country as well. Good for her for taking a stand.

Caliban
Post by People's Commissar
By TERESA HAMPTON & WILLIAM D. McTAVISH
Capitol Hill Blue Staff
Jul 30, 2004, 08:12
The widow of former President, and Republican icon, Ronald Reagan has told
the GOP she wants nothing to do with their upcoming national convention or
the re-election campaign of President George W. Bush.
Nancy Reagan turned down numerous invitations to appear at the Republican
National Convention and has warned the Bush campaign she will not tolerate
any use of her or her late husbands words or images in the President's
re-election effort.
"Mrs. Reagan does not support President Bush's re-election and neither to
most members of the President's family," says a spokesman for the former
First Lady.
Nancy Reagan
Reagan's son, Ron, spoke at the just-concluded Democratic National
Convention and writes in next month's Esquire magazine that "George W. Bush
and his administration have taken normal mendacity to a startling new level
far beyond lies of convenience. They traffic in big lies."
Ron Reagan is joined by his sister Patty in opposing Bush's re-election
effort. Only brother Michael Reagan, a conservative talk show host, supports
the President and claims Ron is manipulating his mother.
Unlike the other Reagan children, Michael is not Reagan's biological child.
He was adopted by Reagan during the actor's first marriage to actress Jane
Wyman and often complains that his stepmother, Nancy, likes Ron best.
"He is her favorite," Michael Reagan told Fox News. "Ron can do no wrong. I
mean, basically that's it, Ron can do no wrong."
Ron, however, claims George W. Bush has destroyed the Republican Party his
father helped build.
"My father, acting roles excepted, never pretended to be anyone but
himself," Reagan writes in Esquire. "His Republican Party, furthermore,
seems a far cry from the current model, with its cringing obeisance to the
religious right."
The Reagans' split with Bush and the party centers around stem cell research
which many believe can help find a cure for Alzheimer's, the disease that
crippled President Reagan in his final years. Bush and the
ultra-conservative wing of the Republican Party oppose use of new stem
cells. The Reagans, with the exception of Michael, support such use.
There's more to the feud than that, however. Nancy Reagan has told close
followers she believes Bush and the current Republican leadership have
divided America with their extreme views. She has told Republican leaders
she wants nothing to do with the party or Bush.
During the week of Reagan's funeral, the former First Lady "went ballistic"
when she learned the Bush campaign was test marketing new ads that used
Reagan's photos and speeches in an effort to show he supported Bush and his
re-election. She personally called Republican Party Chief Ed Gillespie to
demand the ads be destroyed.
Republican strategists admit the ads were produced but never ran. They were
pulled after scoring poorly with focus groups where viewers found them in
"poor taste."
"Mrs. Reagan doesn't care why the ads were pulled. She just wanted to make
sure they never went on the air," says a spokesman for the First Lady. "She
does care about whether or not the memory of President Reagan is used for
political purposes."
BRAVO NANCY REAGAN!!
People's Commissar
2004-07-31 17:47:36 UTC
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Post by Caliban
On Sat, 31 Jul 2004 16:54:23 GMT, "People's Commissar"
Post by People's Commissar
Capitol Hill Blue: Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
I hope more moderate Republicans will decide they don't want a
drunken, sadistic bully who believes he's above the law running the
country as well. Good for her for taking a stand.
Caliban
HELL yes, and her timing is perfect. RON ALSO spoke at the Dem convention!
This is good, man, really good. Bush seriously represents an extreme of
everything this country was NOT meant to be. He's crazy, freaking crazy.
Post by Caliban
Post by People's Commissar
By TERESA HAMPTON & WILLIAM D. McTAVISH
Capitol Hill Blue Staff
Jul 30, 2004, 08:12
The widow of former President, and Republican icon, Ronald Reagan has told
the GOP she wants nothing to do with their upcoming national convention or
the re-election campaign of President George W. Bush.
Nancy Reagan turned down numerous invitations to appear at the Republican
National Convention and has warned the Bush campaign she will not tolerate
any use of her or her late husbands words or images in the President's
re-election effort.
"Mrs. Reagan does not support President Bush's re-election and neither to
most members of the President's family," says a spokesman for the former
First Lady.
Nancy Reagan
Reagan's son, Ron, spoke at the just-concluded Democratic National
Convention and writes in next month's Esquire magazine that "George W. Bush
and his administration have taken normal mendacity to a startling new level
far beyond lies of convenience. They traffic in big lies."
Ron Reagan is joined by his sister Patty in opposing Bush's re-election
effort. Only brother Michael Reagan, a conservative talk show host, supports
the President and claims Ron is manipulating his mother.
Unlike the other Reagan children, Michael is not Reagan's biological child.
He was adopted by Reagan during the actor's first marriage to actress Jane
Wyman and often complains that his stepmother, Nancy, likes Ron best.
"He is her favorite," Michael Reagan told Fox News. "Ron can do no wrong. I
mean, basically that's it, Ron can do no wrong."
Ron, however, claims George W. Bush has destroyed the Republican Party his
father helped build.
"My father, acting roles excepted, never pretended to be anyone but
himself," Reagan writes in Esquire. "His Republican Party, furthermore,
seems a far cry from the current model, with its cringing obeisance to the
religious right."
The Reagans' split with Bush and the party centers around stem cell research
which many believe can help find a cure for Alzheimer's, the disease that
crippled President Reagan in his final years. Bush and the
ultra-conservative wing of the Republican Party oppose use of new stem
cells. The Reagans, with the exception of Michael, support such use.
There's more to the feud than that, however. Nancy Reagan has told close
followers she believes Bush and the current Republican leadership have
divided America with their extreme views. She has told Republican leaders
she wants nothing to do with the party or Bush.
During the week of Reagan's funeral, the former First Lady "went ballistic"
when she learned the Bush campaign was test marketing new ads that used
Reagan's photos and speeches in an effort to show he supported Bush and his
re-election. She personally called Republican Party Chief Ed Gillespie to
demand the ads be destroyed.
Republican strategists admit the ads were produced but never ran. They were
pulled after scoring poorly with focus groups where viewers found them in
"poor taste."
"Mrs. Reagan doesn't care why the ads were pulled. She just wanted to make
sure they never went on the air," says a spokesman for the First Lady. "She
does care about whether or not the memory of President Reagan is used for
political purposes."
BRAVO NANCY REAGAN!!
ren
2004-07-31 17:34:52 UTC
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Republicans like Nancy will not vote for Bush because he isn't the kind of
Republican like Nancy.
Hope Munro Smith
2004-08-01 17:15:44 UTC
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Post by People's Commissar
Post by Caliban
On Sat, 31 Jul 2004 16:54:23 GMT, "People's Commissar"
Post by People's Commissar
Capitol Hill Blue: Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your
Re-Election'
Post by Caliban
Post by People's Commissar
Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
I hope more moderate Republicans will decide they don't want a
drunken, sadistic bully who believes he's above the law running the
country as well. Good for her for taking a stand.
Caliban
HELL yes, and her timing is perfect. RON ALSO spoke at the Dem convention!
This is good, man, really good. Bush seriously represents an extreme of
everything this country was NOT meant to be. He's crazy, freaking crazy.
What seems to have made Nancy ballistic is Dubya's attempts to use the
image of her late husband for campaign purposes. I'd be furious too.
People's Commissar
2004-08-01 17:47:00 UTC
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Post by Hope Munro Smith
Post by People's Commissar
Post by Caliban
On Sat, 31 Jul 2004 16:54:23 GMT, "People's Commissar"
Post by People's Commissar
Capitol Hill Blue: Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your
Re-Election'
Post by Caliban
Post by People's Commissar
Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
I hope more moderate Republicans will decide they don't want a
drunken, sadistic bully who believes he's above the law running the
country as well. Good for her for taking a stand.
Caliban
HELL yes, and her timing is perfect. RON ALSO spoke at the Dem convention!
This is good, man, really good. Bush seriously represents an extreme of
everything this country was NOT meant to be. He's crazy, freaking crazy.
What seems to have made Nancy ballistic is Dubya's attempts to use the
image of her late husband for campaign purposes. I'd be furious too.
Well, she goes onto say a lot more about the Bush regime.
Hope Munro Smith
2004-08-01 21:57:16 UTC
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Post by People's Commissar
Post by Hope Munro Smith
Post by People's Commissar
Post by Caliban
On Sat, 31 Jul 2004 16:54:23 GMT, "People's Commissar"
Post by People's Commissar
Capitol Hill Blue: Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your
Re-Election'
Post by Caliban
Post by People's Commissar
Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
I hope more moderate Republicans will decide they don't want a
drunken, sadistic bully who believes he's above the law running the
country as well. Good for her for taking a stand.
Caliban
HELL yes, and her timing is perfect. RON ALSO spoke at the Dem
convention!
Post by Hope Munro Smith
Post by People's Commissar
This is good, man, really good. Bush seriously represents an extreme of
everything this country was NOT meant to be. He's crazy, freaking
crazy.
Post by Hope Munro Smith
What seems to have made Nancy ballistic is Dubya's attempts to use the
image of her late husband for campaign purposes. I'd be furious too.
Well, she goes onto say a lot more about the Bush regime.
Actually, that article doesn't have any direct quotes from Nancy,
they are from "close followers" and "a spokesperson for the former First
Lady". This doesn't mean she doesn't hold those opinions, but a direct
quote from her would be interesting to read.
Dan Holzman
2004-08-01 08:27:19 UTC
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Post by People's Commissar
Capitol Hill Blue: Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
Bush forgot the first law of D.C. Republicans: Don't piss off Nancy
Reagan, cuz she'll fuck your shit up.
Amy Gray
2004-08-01 13:54:13 UTC
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Post by Dan Holzman
Post by People's Commissar
Capitol Hill Blue: Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
Bush forgot the first law of D.C. Republicans: Don't piss off Nancy
Reagan, cuz she'll fuck your shit up.
Also Ronald Reagans 11th commandment.....thou shall not speak ill
of another republican.


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People's Commissar
2004-08-01 17:13:41 UTC
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Post by Dan Holzman
Post by People's Commissar
Capitol Hill Blue: Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
Bush forgot the first law of D.C. Republicans: Don't piss off Nancy
Reagan, cuz she'll fuck your shit up.
Bush has pissed off everyone with any reason left. The ones still for him?
I don't know.
Cardinal Fang
2004-08-03 05:16:57 UTC
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Post by People's Commissar
Post by Dan Holzman
Post by People's Commissar
Capitol Hill Blue: Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your
Re-Election'
Post by Dan Holzman
Post by People's Commissar
Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
Bush forgot the first law of D.C. Republicans: Don't piss off Nancy
Reagan, cuz she'll fuck your shit up.
Bush has pissed off everyone with any reason left. The ones still for him?
I don't know.
I'd like to know, who the hell is running all those polls, that have Georgie and Kerry running neck and neck?
People who continually say they like George Bush, yet I get a the opposite impression over the net.



War is Peace
Freedom is Slavery
Ignorance is Strength
Bush is President

To send me email:
Replace "the.vatican" with "earthlink.net"
Rhyanon
2004-08-03 11:58:17 UTC
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On Sun, 01 Aug 2004 17:13:41 GMT, with express permission from Pope Urban
Post by People's Commissar
Post by Dan Holzman
Post by People's Commissar
Capitol Hill Blue: Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your
Re-Election'
Post by Dan Holzman
Post by People's Commissar
Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
Bush forgot the first law of D.C. Republicans: Don't piss off Nancy
Reagan, cuz she'll fuck your shit up.
Bush has pissed off everyone with any reason left. The ones still for him?
I don't know.
I'd like to know, who the hell is running all those polls, that have
Georgie and Kerry running neck and neck?
People who continually say they like George Bush, yet I get a the opposite
impression over the net.

Because the morons who like shrub tend to be online less than Kerry
supporters, or independents. You see those dimwits on the news in downtown
Dingusville feebly muttering the rote lines fed to them ''uh, bush is... is
uh, is strong on uh, strong on.... making teevee appearances, yeah, so I R
gonna vote for him, duuuuh..."
.
War is Peace
Freedom is Slavery
Ignorance is Strength
Bush is President
Replace "the.vatican" with "earthlink.net"
People's Commissar
2004-08-04 05:34:32 UTC
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Post by Cardinal Fang
On Sun, 01 Aug 2004 17:13:41 GMT, with express permission from Pope Urban
I'd like to know, who the hell is running all those polls, that have
Georgie and Kerry running neck and neck?
People who continually say they like George Bush, yet I get a the opposite
impression over the net.
Because the morons who like shrub tend to be online less than Kerry
supporters, or independents. You see those dimwits on the news in downtown
Dingusville feebly muttering the rote lines fed to them ''uh, bush is... is
uh, is strong on uh, strong on.... making teevee appearances, yeah, so I R
gonna vote for him, duuuuh..."
Check THIS one out

Here is where you can actually see the crap:

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Bush Campaign Uses Nazi Ad On Website
Barbara Ferguson
Arab News.com

8-1-4

NEW YORK - The Bush re-election machine appears to need some fine-tuning, as
his campaign is refusing to withdraw an anti-Kerry ad displaying Nazi
imagery from its website, despite criticism from US Jewish organizations.
Bush's website features an advertisement casting Sen. John Kerry and his
colleagues as a "coalition of the wild-eyed." It mixes clips of former Vice
President Al Gore, former Gov. Howard Dean of Vermont, filmmaker Michael
Moore, and Kerry criticizing Bush.

Intermingled throughout the clip are photos of a shouting Hitler, the result
appears to compare these men to Hitler. The advertisement on the Bush-Cheney
website, georgewbush.com, opens with a close-up image of Gore shouting, "How
dare they drag the good name of the United States of America through the mud
of Saddam Hussein's torture prison." A fuzzy image of Hitler immediately
follows, along with shouts of "Sieg Heil!"

Dean is then shown shouting "I want my country back, followed by brief clips
of Moore and Rep. Dick Gephardt of Missouri and then Hitler again. Gore is
then shown again, insisting that Bush had "betrayed this country. Kerry is
then shown denouncing the president. The advertisement ends with upbeat
music and the written message: "This is not a time for pessimism and rage.
The ad contrasts the shouting images with a photo of a smiling Bush, and a
link to the Bush campaign's Web video was sent to the six million people on
its e-mail list.

Despite criticism, Bush campaign officials deny using the film to suggest
Kerry and his colleagues are extremists on par with Hitler. But several
leading Jewish organizations say their members have complained that is
exactly what the ads want to achieve, and want the Bush campaign to withdraw
the ad.

"People of good faith seem to be regarding this ad as a comparison and are
clearly disturbed by any use of Hitler's memory and images to further
political goals," American Jewish Congress President Paul Miller said in a
statement. To date, the Bush campaign has refused to pull the ad.

Mary Beth Cahill, Kerry's campaign manager, sent out a fund-raising letter
accusing the Bush campaign of "losing any last sense of decency by posting
the new advertisement. "Bizarrely, and without explanation, the ad places
Adolf Hitler among those faces, Cahill's letter said, demanding that the
Bush-Cheney campaign pull the spot.
Post by Cardinal Fang
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War is Peace
Freedom is Slavery
Ignorance is Strength
Bush is President
Replace "the.vatican" with "earthlink.net"
ren
2004-08-03 20:17:11 UTC
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Post by Cardinal Fang
I'd like to know, who the hell is running all those polls, that have
Georgie and Kerry running neck and neck?
Post by Cardinal Fang
People who continually say they like George Bush, yet I get a the opposite
impression over the net.

People who read and are not politically active racists, don't like Bush.
That's one explaination. The other is that the polls are fixed and have
been.
Amy Gray
2004-08-03 21:08:03 UTC
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Post by Cardinal Fang
Post by Cardinal Fang
I'd like to know, who the hell is running all those polls, that have
Georgie and Kerry running neck and neck?
Post by Cardinal Fang
People who continually say they like George Bush, yet I get a the opposite
impression over the net.
People who read and are not politically active racists, don't like Bush.
That's one explaination. The other is that the polls are fixed and have
been.
There are something like 15 poles out now with a wide
variety of results. Only time will tell if any of them are
right.


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Bum
2004-08-04 01:41:33 UTC
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Post by Cardinal Fang
Post by Cardinal Fang
I'd like to know, who the hell is running all those polls, that have
Georgie and Kerry running neck and neck?
Post by Cardinal Fang
People who continually say they like George Bush, yet I get a the opposite
impression over the net.
People who read and are not politically active racists, don't like Bush.
That's one explaination. The other is that the polls are fixed and have
been.
And as sad as the state of intelligence is on the internet, it's still
much higher than the general population.
George Orwell
2004-08-04 11:50:26 UTC
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Like no one saw this coming!

http://www.cnn.com/2004/ALLPOLITICS/08/03/reagan.bush.ap/index.html



Spokeswoman: Nancy Reagan supports Bush

Former first lady won't attend GOP convention




LOS ANGELES, California (AP) -- Former first lady Nancy Reagan, who opposes
President
Bush's policy on limiting embryonic stem cell research, is backing the Republican's
re-
election bid.

"The campaign is certainly about more than one issue," said spokeswoman Joanne
Drake,
who described Reagan on Tuesday as in "full and complete support of President
Bush's
candidacy."

Nancy Reagan is a strong advocate of stem cell research, arguing as many scientists
do
that stem cells, the body's building blocks, can be used to repair organs or
treat diseases
such as diabetes, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.

Former President Reagan died June 5 of pneumonia related to his decade-long
battle with
Alzheimer's disease.

However, stem cells are typically removed from days-old human embryos that
are later
destroyed when the cells are extracted.

Many anti-abortion activists oppose such research, and Bush has ordered sharp

restrictions on federal funding of embryonic stem cell research, allowing it
only for stem
cells created before August 9, 2001.

'One day at a time'

Reagan has limited her public appearances since the death of her husband two
months
ago. She will not attend the Republican National Convention in New York later
this month,
but the former first lady hasn't ruled out campaigning for Bush, according
to Drake.

"She's taking it one day at a time right now. We'll see," Drake said. "She
will certainly want
to help but there are no plans right now."

Reagan's son, Ronald Prescott Reagan, told delegates at last week's Democratic
National
Convention in Boston that he was unhappy with the administration's opposition
to stem
cell research.

He also implicitly endorsed the Democratic ticket of John Kerry and John Edwards.

"Whatever else you do come November 2, I urge you, please, cast a vote for
embryonic
stem cell research," the younger Reagan told delegates.


Copyright 2004 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.This material may
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published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
People's Commissar
2004-08-05 01:37:26 UTC
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Post by George Orwell
Like no one saw this coming!
http://www.cnn.com/2004/ALLPOLITICS/08/03/reagan.bush.ap/index.html
Let's not shoot the messenger. But you'd be the first to JOIN RANK with
these lunatics and shoot the messenger, ain't that right?

Fancy THIS out for size - and get scared.

www.tbrnews.org/Archives/a1031.htm

The Voice of the White House August 2, 2004
TBR News - August 2, 2004

In previous issues, we carried comments from a reporter assigned to the
White House press corps. Some of these remarks, most especially one about
Bush's physical and mental problems, drew an enormous number of viewers and
hundreds of inquiries, most especially from foreign press entities. The
reporter advised us by email that there was rampant fury in the White House
and security was becoming very tight. As a result of this, he decided to lay
low for a few weeks and see how the wind was blowing. Yesterday, he sent us
the following material which we are now posting. Some of it is outrageous in
the extreme but to date, no one has proven him wrong.

July 29, 2004 " First there was your posting of my notes on our sick
President and then Capitol Hill Blue just did another number on the same
theme. You can imagine the mess around the Monkey Palace today! Now, it
appears that there are at least three stool pigeons loose here and they have
brought in the FBI and the Secret Service to do damage control. Bush is
almost literally foaming, Karl Rove and other great lights are threatening
the Patriot Act against anyone who is caught! "This is a wartime Presidency
and anyone passing out secrets will be charged!" is the word. All phones are
tapped now and all laptops are rudely grabbed and checked for notes,
harmless secretaries are bullied and threatened with lie detector tests. In
fact, the Head Monkey now want all White House personnel given lie detector
tests every week! You can imagine how good this is for morale! Iraq is a
mess; Powell says we are in it to stay and that is not a good omen for the
November elections. Brother Jeb is setting up another fraud in Florida even
though the major media is being very informative. They do not care around
here. Legal or illegal, if it will get Bush elected again and guarantee all
of them their power-trip jobs, everything and anything goes. Believe me, I
know many of the lesser ones around here and the Capitol Hill reportage is
accurate and devastating to the entire staff. I understand they are really
going in for the lie detector scam and have set up a room in the basement
just for this. I am told they are warning the staff that they either take
tests or get fired with vague but sinister warnings about violations of
national security and long stretches in cells at Atlanta for those who won't
make things easy and confess. I and others are not employees and my editor
says if they even try that with us, the media will rise up in a body and
hang Bush on a White House tree!"

July 30, 2004 "A junior staffer told me this one. It seems her daughter had
been injured in a car accident. It was nothing serious and she told no one
here about it. One of the senior staff came into her office and asked how
her daughter was doing. The woman had only once mentioned this and that on
her office telephone to her sister. She compared notes with others and
discovered that all incoming and outgoing routine calls are taped and
monitored. Ashcroft has been suggesting to the President that somehow the
dissident voices in this country need to be silenced. Ashcroft in
conjunction with Army Military Police units have prepared a scenario about
how to clamp down iron controls here. I have seen a copy of this, which has
not been adopted but it does show a mind-set. Certain internet sites should
be closed down. These are sites that actively promote : anti-Bush remarks or
support abortion, "globalism," "secular humanism," "Satanism,"
homosexuality, anti-Semitism, or that are anti-Christian, or pro-Muslim and
who are critical of such Republican luminary nuts as Tom DeLay and Ashcroft
himself. The arrest and expulsion of all Muslim residents of the United
States including Americans who may have converted is a strong Ashcroft
suggestion. Ashcroft views the Muslim faith as "Satanic" and "evil" and
claims that the expulsion of these people will "start the healing processes
in America." Ashcroft strongly dislikes African-Americans as well but there
is nothing about putting them back in the cotton fields or deporting them.
As a Jew, I was delighted to see that Jews would be tolerated and encouraged
but with the understanding that they would all convert to Christianity
within a given period of time.

Maybe Bush and Ashcroft will take a page from Hitler and make all Muslims
wear a yellow crescent on their coats! This has very serious implications
for me especially as a Jew whose grandparents were harassed and chased out
of Germany in 1936, Do you realize that these people are stone nuts? That
the President is a nasty, pill-popping sick man who hates everyone and
especially anyone who dares to criticize him or any of his policies? At one
time, and I have been a witness to this, Bush could be very outgoing and
pleasant with staff but not now. Mean looking and snappish with everyone, he
uses really filthy language to express his anger. He makes obscene gestures,
curses in a loud voice, slams doors, throws books and, once, a paperweight
from his desk at a clerk. (He missed) He gobbles pills like Rush Limbaugh
and I suspect he is numb most of the time now. The slippery staff's
well-oiled machine is starting to make weird noises and Bush cannot tolerate
this. "You told me this would work! Goddam it, you fucked up, you asshole!
Get with it or get out!" This nice bit I have on tape.

Old Georgie was never too well-wrapped but it was kept quiet. Now that the
pressure is really on him and he is beginning to realize that large numbers
of Americans actually distrust and dislike him, he was first shocked and
later enraged. This man does not belong with the nuclear football anywhere
near him. He is basically unbalanced and under so much pressure that God
knows what he might do. A young secretary told me that one minute she has
seen Bush very smooth, very friendly and very much collected and then, for
absolutely no reason she could see, turn instantly into a nasty, shouting
man who got very threatening and abusive to a military officer whom, she
said, was very correct and polite. This frightened her, the suddenness of
it, and what was worse, he suddenly switched back to being a friendly man
again. This is not normal behavior. I asked her if the Army colonel had been
abusive in any way and she said that he certainly had not and she was ten
feet away when Bush suddenly started yelling curses. She said there was
nothing to explain this and that she never saw a person explode in that way
and then go right back to regular conversation just as if he had not called
a professional military officer an "asshole" and a "motherfucker" in front
of others. The Colonel got very red in the face but said nothing. No one is
allowed to ever talk about these eruptions which senior staff put down, in
public at least, to the "President's extreme concerns for the safety of the
American people."

July 31, 2004: "More info about Ashcroft's desire to put us all in camps for
"reeducation as loyal Americans and true Christians." I mentioned Ashcroft's
"ideas" about "neutralizing" evil influences in the United States. Here is
more. Special U.S. Army units are trained for putting down any kind of civil
insurrection. These units are small, very well-equipped and are considered
to be the most elite units the Army now possesses. They have not seen any
foreign combat duty: They are designed solely as domestic control units. I
can give you some interesting specifics and there is a lot more where this
comes from.

There are centers around the United States where these units are based. For
instance, Rock Island Arsenal in Illinois is one such base. These units have
an interesting form of rapid deployment command centers. These consist of
what appear to be commercial tractor trailers with such things as the names
of well-known moving van companies, or other major corporations such as
Wal-Mart or Radio Shack on the sides. These units are not for transporting
goods but are prefab command centers. The special units can move these via
the highways in perfect safety from a base of operations to a "hot" area
where "domestic terrorists" might be operating. These "domestic terrorists"
might be peace groups, irate farmers, angry union workers and so on. The
mobile command centers move into an area disguised, as I have said, like
standard commercial vehicles. Then, when a defense perimeter has been
established, the units are put together in squares, four to a side, and
these are, in turn, linked together, forming a large, fully-equipped Army
center, complete with all electronic gear needed to supervise the command of
troops that will be airlifted into the secured area by helicopters. Targets
in the "main areas of resistance" will have been identified previously and
the incoming troops will be directed to these areas, preferably at night. I
want to point out that there are sixteen such bases throughout the United
States to include Hawaii but not Alaska. There are standing orders on file,
and some have been leaked, as to how to deal with "civil disobedience" in
general. Specific orders about individual targets are prepared on an
as-needed basis.

Also, "Regional Detention Centers" have been designated and prepared for use
if and when they are needed. These lie in remote areas such as northern
Maine, west Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Montana and eastern Washington
state. There are eleven such Regional Detention Centers now prepared for
immediate use with prefab barracks, wire perimeters and military positions
constructed on any approaches to these very easily supervised camps. Urban
areas have been excluded from this program because civilians are under no
circumstances to be aware of their existence nor will access from the
civilian sector be easy or permitted. (Here, I am quoting from an official
overview but minus the weird military terminology) I may move to Israel if
this keeps up! Now in all objectivity, merely setting these things up does
not mean they will be used.but they can if the circumstances warrant it and
Ashcroft and other are bending the President's ear about this. Not everyone
is happy about this sort of thing and probably the strongest detractors are,
oddly enough, the professional military. That is why Bush is having so much
friction with the Pentagon people and others. I am sure Powell doesn't know
about this or he would resign. There are many decent men among the military
and a very significant number of the senior ones do not like Bush. For one
thing, having a Commander in Chief who was a chronic drunk and druggie does
not go over very well and Bush has not been making things easier by
hectoring and harassing his senior military people. Right now they are
complaining but that may change. So might the presidency if it keeps up."
Amy Gray
2004-08-04 17:33:37 UTC
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Post by People's Commissar
Capitol Hill Blue: Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
It was announced today that Nancy Reagan is supporting Bush.





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Cardinal Fang
2004-08-05 03:45:13 UTC
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On Sat, 31 Jul 2004 16:54:23 GMT, "People's Commissar"
Post by People's Commissar
Capitol Hill Blue: Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
Nancy Reagan to Bush: 'We Don't Support Your Re-Election'
It was announced today that Nancy Reagan is supporting Bush.
At least give us a source.


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2004-08-05 13:49:37 UTC
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At least give us a source.
It was on about eight different newscasts on eight different
channels.




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Post by Amy Gray
On Thu, 05 Aug 2004 03:45:13 GMT, Cardinal Fang
Post by Cardinal Fang
At least give us a source.
It was on about eight different newscasts on eight different
channels.
Only if you watch television news.



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