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Below are the 11 most recent journal entries recorded in Smart people against Bush's LiveJournal:

Sunday, March 27th, 2005
11:10 am
Tuesday, November 23rd, 2004
2:57 pm
but fuck it.



"Whats next, a statue?"

hahaha. HAIL SADDAM.
i mean bush.
Friday, November 5th, 2004
7:45 pm
Do something about this travesty of an election. If you have access to a Fax machine, send a fax to:

(202) 265-0092

To: Ralph at BlackBoxVoting.Org

"Challenge the results in New Hampshire"

Sign your name.

That's it.

This organization thinks if we can get the ball rolling in New Hampshire, we may get a recount in 34 states.


(xposted like crazy. spread the word)
6:08 pm
"We are working now to compile the proof, based not on soft evidence -- red flags, exit polls -- but core documents obtained by Black Box Voting in the most massive Freedom of Information action in history."

PLEASE check out this site - sign up to be part of the clean-up crew, donate your time and money. Its only over if we let it be over!!

Wednesday, October 13th, 2004
3:48 am

This is a site with posters that you can print and hang up to help influence the vote.
The posters include the address to the site so people can get the posters themselves
and learn more information on the issues they address.
Help us change some minds and change our leadership.

Not enough People know that Bush sucks. Help me let people know.
Friday, October 8th, 2004
2:10 am
Bush, Cheney Concede Saddam Had No WMDs


WASHINGTON (AP) - President Bush and his vice president conceded Thursday in the clearest terms yet that Saddam Hussein had no weapons of mass destruction, even as they tried to shift the Iraq war debate to a new issue - whether the invasion was justified because Saddam was abusing a U.N. oil-for-food program.

Ridiculing the Bush administration's evolving rationale for war, Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry shot back: ``You don't make up or find reasons to go to war after the fact.''

Vice President Dick Cheney brushed aside the central findings of chief U.S. weapons hunter Charles Duelfer - that Saddam not only had no weapons of mass destruction and had not made any since 1991, but that he had no capability of making any either - while Bush unapologetically defended his decision to invade Iraq.

``The Duelfer report showed that Saddam was systematically gaming the system, using the U.N. oil-for-food program to try to influence countries and companies in an effort to undermine sanctions,'' Bush said as he prepared to fly to campaign events in Wisconsin. ``He was doing so with the intent of restarting his weapons program once the world looked away.''

Duelfer found no formal plan by Saddam to resume WMD production, but the inspector surmised that Saddam intended to do so if U.N. sanctions were lifted. Bush seized upon that inference, using the word ``intent'' three times in reference to Saddam's plans to resume making weapons.

This week marks the first time that the Bush administration has listed abuses in the oil-for-fuel program as an Iraq war rationale. But the strategy holds risks because some of the countries that could be implicated include U.S. allies, such as Poland, Jordan and Egypt. In addition, the United States itself played a significant role in both the creation of the program and how it was operated and overseen.

For his part, Cheney dismissed the significance of Duelfer's central findings, telling supporters in Miami, ``The headlines all say `no weapons of mass destruction stockpiled in Baghdad.' We already knew that.''

The vice president said he found other parts of the report ``more intriguing,'' including the finding that Saddam's main goal was the removal of international sanctions.

``As soon as the sanctions were lifted, he had every intention of going back'' to his weapons program, Cheney said.

The report underscored that ``delay, defer, wait, wasn't an option,'' Cheney said. And he told a later forum in Fort Myers, Fla., speaking of the oil-for-food program: ``The sanctions regime was coming apart at the seams. Saddam perverted that whole thing and generated billions of dollars.''

Yet Bush and Cheney acknowledged more definitively than before that Saddam did not have the banned weapons that both men had asserted he did - and had cited as the major justification before attacking Iraq in March 2003.

Bush has recently left the question open. For example, when asked in June whether he thought such weapons had existed in Iraq, Bush said he would ``wait until Charlie (Duelfer) gets back with the final report.''

In July, Bush said, ``We have not found stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction,'' a sentence construction that kept alive the possibility the weapons might yet be discovered.

On Thursday, the president used the clearest language to date nailing the question shut:

``Iraq did not have the weapons that our intelligence believed were there,'' Bush said. His words placed the blame on U.S. intelligence agencies.

In recent weeks, Cheney has glossed over the primary justification for the war, most often by simply not mentioning it. But in late January 2004, Cheney told reporters in Rome: ``There's still work to be done to ascertain exactly what's there.''

``The jury is still out,'' he told National Public Radio the same week, when asked whether Iraq had possessed banned weapons.

Duelfer's report was presented Wednesday to senators and the public with less than four weeks left in a fierce presidential campaign dominated by questions about Iraq and the war on terror.

In Bayonne, N.J., Democratic vice presidential candidate John Edwards on Thursday called ``amazing'' Cheney's assertions that the Duelfer report justified rather than undermined Bush's decision to go to war, and he accused the Republican of using ``convoluted logic.''

Kerry, in a campaign appearance in Colorado, said: ``The president of the United States and the vice president of the United States may well be the last two people on the planet who won't face the truth about Iraq.''

A short time later, while campaigning in Wisconsin, Bush angrily responded to Kerry's charge he sought to ``make up'' a reason for war.

``He's claiming I misled America about weapons when he, himself, cited the very same intelligence about Saddam weapons programs as the reason he voted to go to war,'' Bush said. Citing a lengthy Kerry quote from two years ago on the menace Saddam could pose, Bush said: ``Just who's the one trying to mislead the American people?''

Wednesday, October 6th, 2004
2:42 pm
This one is for you jerry, my friend laurel had it in her journal and i thought of you right away, hope you like it.

Practice abstinence: Say NO to Bush and Dick!
Tuesday, September 28th, 2004
4:41 pm
"To announce that there must be no criticism of the president, or that we are to stand by the president, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public." --Theodore Roosevelt, 1918

Current Mood: bored
11:12 am
A couple of college students, Ben and Daniel, have come up with an idea to help college students defeat Bush. You can help in two ways:

Go to the site (flunkbush.com) and order some FlunkBush bumper stickers for yourself and/or your alma mater;

Forward this message to friends and associates you think might be interested in helping two college students make a difference in the election.


Here's the link. General information is below.


About FlunkBush.com
FlunkBush.com's mission is to empower the group most affected by the shortcomings of the current executive branch — today's youth. We the youth will pay for many years, literally and figuratively, as a result of Bush's poor leadership.

Our names are Daniel Makela and Ben Thornewill. We are second-year college students. Daniel attends Centre College in Danville, KY, and Ben attends the George Washington University in Washington D.C. We formed "537 Company" this summer. The name comes from the reported number of votes George W. Bush beat Al Gore by in Florida to win (steal) the 2000 election.

Instead of flipping burgers at McDonalds or mowing lawns, we have come up with an idea of having politically active adults support college students, providing students at their favorite university with bumper stickers that expose the failings of the Bush-Cheney-Rumsfeld-Ashcroft administration. These will become highly visible advertisements as college students drive around their cities.

College students could make a difference in this year's election. The last election was extremely close (537 votes), and this year's will be as well. Being college students ourselves, we believe we can send a message that relates to other students. The policies of the current administration are very detrimental to college students - (see our Top Ten Reasons to FLUNK Bush).

Sponsor your alma mater or another college of your choice by buying bumper stickers at www.flunkbush.com.
Monday, September 27th, 2004
9:49 pm
I agree George does suck! Well I joined this community for you Jer!
Thursday, September 23rd, 2004
5:09 pm
George W Bush sucks, and this community is one to relish in that fact.
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