Yeah, she really lined it out. BTW I used to live down the street from Molly and she is a character. Greg, how did the primaries go in El Paso? TomMessage 1 of 4 , Mar 9, 2006View SourceYeah, she really lined it out. BTW I used to live down
the street from Molly and she is a character.
Greg, how did the primaries go in El Paso?
--- Ram Lau <ramlau@...> wrote:
> WOW! I love it! Thanks Gregory!
> I just wish Molly spoke out a bit earlier. (Remember
> her being
> sandwiched between Franken and O'Rielly in Book Expo
> America a couple
> of years ago?)
> If the anti-Hillary can focus on an agreeable
> candidate, we will be
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Gregory"
> <greggolopry@...> wrote:
> > By Molly Ivins
> > March 2006 Issue
> > Mah fellow progressives, now is the time for all
> good men and women
> > to come to the aid of the party. I don't know
> about you, but I have
> > had it with the D.C. Democrats, had it with the
> DLC Democrats, had it
> > with every calculating, equivocating,
> triangulating, straddling, hair-
> > splitting son of a bitch up there, and that
> includes Hillary Rodham
> > Clinton.
> > I will not be supporting Senator Clinton because:
> a) she has no clear
> > stand on the war and b) Terri Schiavo and
> flag-burning are not issues
> > where you reach out to the other side and try to
> split the
> > difference. You want to talk about lowering
> abortion rates through
> > cooperation on sex education and contraception,
> fine, but don't jack
> > with stuff that is pure rightwing firewater.
> > I can't see a damn soul in D.C. except Russ
> Feingold who is even
> > worth considering for President. The rest of them
> seem to me so
> > poisonously in hock to this system of legalized
> bribery they can't
> > even see straight.
> > Look at their reaction to this Abramoff scandal.
> They're talking
> > about "a lobby reform package." We don't need a
> lobby reform package,
> > you dimwits, we need full public financing of
> campaigns, and every
> > single one of you who spends half your time
> whoring after special
> > interest contributions knows it. The Abramoff
> scandal is a once in a
> > lifetime gift-a perfect lesson on what's wrong
> with the system being
> > laid out for people to see. Run with it, don't
> mess around with
> > little patches, and fix the system.
> > As usual, the Democrats have forty good issues on
> their side and want
> > to run on thirty-nine of them. Here are three they
> should stick to:
> > 1) Iraq is making terrorism worse; it's a breeding
> ground. We need to
> > extricate ourselves as soon as possible. We are
> not helping the
> > Iraqis by staying.
> > 2) Full public financing of campaigns so as to
> drive the moneylenders
> > from the halls of Washington.
> > 3) Single-payer health insurance.
> > Every Democrat I talk to is appalled at the sheer
> gutlessness and
> > spinelessness of the Democratic performance. The
> party is still
> > cringing at the thought of being called, ooh-ooh,
> "unpatriotic" by a
> > bunch of rightwingers.
> > Take "unpatriotic" and shove it. How dare they do
> this to our
> > country? "Unpatriotic"? These people have ruined
> the American
> > military! Not to mention the economy, the middle
> class, and our
> > reputation in the world. Everything they touch
> turns to dirt,
> > including Medicare prescription drugs and
> hurricane relief.
> > This is not a time for a candidate who will offend
> no one; it is time
> > for a candidate who takes clear stands and kicks
> > Who are these idiots talking about Warner of
> Virginia? Being anodyne
> > is not sufficient qualification for being
> President. And if there's
> > nobody in Washington and we can't find a
> Democratic governor, let's
> > run Bill Moyers, or Oprah, or some university
> president with ethics
> > and charisma.
> > What happens now is not up to the has-beens in
> Washington who run
> > this party. It is up to us. So let's get off our
> butts and start
> > building a progressive movement that can block the
> nomination of
> > Hillary Clinton or any other candidate who
> supposedly has "all the
> > money sewed up."
> > I am tired of having the party nomination decided
> before the first
> > primary vote is cast, tired of having the party
> beholden to the same
> > old Establishment money.
> > We can raise our own money on the Internet, and we
> know it. Howard
> > Dean raised $42 million, largely on the web, with
> a late start when
> > he was running for President, and that ain't
> chicken feed. If we
> > double it, it gives us the lock on the nomination.
> So let's go find a
> > good candidate early and organize the shit out of
> our side.
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I believe that Bell, Radnofsky, and Alvarado all won here. The county races I m interested in all with go into runoffs. El Paso s one Republican in the stateMessage 1 of 4 , Mar 10, 2006View SourceI believe that Bell, Radnofsky, and Alvarado all won
here. The county races I'm interested in all with go
into runoffs. El Paso's one Republican in the state
legislature, Pat Haggerty, barely defeated his
challenger (who is seeking a recount). And Frank
Madla's Senate seat includes a small part of El Paso,
and I suppose you heard he was defeated by Carlos
Uresti. Kinky and Strayhorn both have
signature-gatherers in town already.
--- THOMAS JOHNSON <AVRCRDNG@...> wrote:
> Yeah, she really lined it out. BTW I used to live
> the street from Molly and she is a character.
> Greg, how did the primaries go in El Paso?