Tag Archive for Republican mistakes

Jubal: Become Army Strong

On Monday, in the discussion between Matt Cunningham and Dan Chmielewski about King George Stops Funding for Troops, Dan offered an interesting challenge to Matt/Jubal…          You’re still a relatively young man in good health who obviously supports this president and this war. Do what hundreds of other solidiers have done. Put your life on…

Rasmussen Polls: Americans want out of Iraq

57% Favor Immediate Troop Withdrawal or Firm DeadlineJust 29% Believe Troop Surge Worked Thursday, April 26, 2007 Fifty-seven percent (57%) of American voters now favor either an immediate withdrawal of troops from Iraq (37%) or a firm deadline for their withdrawal (20%). The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that just 35% of voters…

A Message from the Chairman

President Bush has hit a new low — and I’m not talking about his 28% approval ratings. Today, he ignored the majority of Americans and he defied the majority of Congress. And what’s worst, he told our brave men and women in uniform that they will be the ones to pay the price. I’ve said…

Hassle-free Bankrolling

The OC Weekly’s R. Scott Moxley has a piece in their paper this week about the Republican-dominated Orange County Board of Supervisors approving a $61,000 a month contract to an “OC GOP sugardaddy” without analysis or putting the contract out for a bid: So what would cause supervisors to spend a massive sum of money…

Janet re-translated

Claudio Gallegos had the much-talked-about Janet Nguyen mailer translated by what he’s calling an “independent Vietnamese translator,” which I believe is his wife’s friend who has nothing to lose by being honest here. First, the comment “She also has votes from other ethnic communities, women, seniors, Republicans who do not like Mexicans” is somewhat of…

STUMP THE VOTE! (part 2)

Continuing from where I left off yesterday in part 1. The voting problems that occurred in Orange County did not go unreported. Early in the day as problems were discovered the Registrar seemed to respond positively to reports from the Democratic Party of Orange County. That was the morning; the afternoon and evening were a…

I’m mad as hell!!!

In the Democratic Primary of 2004 the vote between Tom Umberg and Claudia Alvarez was separated by 365 votes when everything was counted.  I knew then that every vote had counted.  With all precincts reporting, probably with the exclusion of the paper ballots cast, 13 votes separate Lou Correa and Lynn Daucher in the 34th Senate…