Support Those Who Run for Issues, Not Use Issues to RunRepresentative Robert Wexler has been using outrage surrounding the impeachment issue to funnel traffic to his re-election website, where citizens are told they can sign up for news and contribute to the impeachment cause. But the small print shows that contributions go to the re-elect Wexler campaign, and those who sign up are giving their names to a campaign contribution solicitation listserv. Rep. Wexler is using issues to support his re-election campaign. Senator Christopher Dodd must know he won't win his bid to be nominated for President. But he's using his presidential platform to articulate a defense of the Constitution, and he has repeatedly used his presidential campaign website to organize citizen phone calls to their members of Congress regarding bills that are relevant to the survival of constitutional government. Shame on Robert Wexler for exploiting outrage for campaign purposes. Congratulations to Chris Dodd for using his candidate's platform to organize Americans around issues that clearly matter to him. If you want an America dedicated to important issues rather than focused on the endless campaign, do what you can to support candidates like Chris Dodd. (Sources: ChrisDodd.com, WexlerWantsHearings.com)
For the enigmatic at heart: Raven is flying. Deep in your heart, you know we're right. Watch the skies above!
Most members of the Democratic Party in America are pretty disappointing, aren't they? It's about time we elected some Kick-Ass Democrats!
I'm a Proud Liberal. Are you? Show it!
The Republicans call you a New York liberal, as if that's a bad thing! Throw it back in their faces and tease them with this New York Liberal bumper sticker. Oh, how alarming!
To B.A. or not to B.A.? Whether 'tis nobler to suffer the slings and arrows of liberal arts misfortune, or to slum through a life of burger flipping and choice parties? That is the question. Enjoy
Vote Republican: We don't need no Constitution! (bumper sticker)