In racially exclusive neighborhood, residents worried Bush will make it a 'target'
12/06/2008 @ 9:10 pm
Filed by Andrew McLemore
As President Bush prepares to move into his new Dallas home at the end of his term, neighborhood residents worry about having him close by.
One woman shared her fears as she walked past Bush's house carrying her King Charles cocker spaniel on Friday.
"I am afraid with all the negative press the president has been getting, the whole neighborhood is going to be a target," said the woman, who refused to give her name.
...the exclusive Dallas community the Bush family will soon join has a troubled history of its own.
Until 2000, the neighborhood association's covenant said only white people were allowed to live there, though an exception was made for servants. [emphasis added]
Presidental debates can certainly be entertaining.
Richard Hayes Phillips: Witness to a Crime
How Republicans stole the 2004 presidential election in Ohio
Dr. Phillips has published a book chronicling the 2004 electoral theft of the presidential race. According to evidence that Phillips has compiled, voter fraud occurred was rampant in the precincts of many counties in the state of Ohio.
I found the story of Dr. Phillips to be compelling. I would have bought the book if I would have had 30 dollars.
more info: www.witnesstoacrime.com
[update from Monica:]
Ohio 2004 Election Fraud speaker at Traditions at 2:00 Sept 18th[via email from Monica Hoover:]
In addition to speaking at Media Island at 7PM Thursday Sept 18, Richard Hayes Phillips will be at Traditions Cafe at 2 PM on Sept 18 for casual Q and A. Traditions is located at 300 5th Ave SW, Olympia.
From Robert F. Kennedy, Jr: "Richard Hayes Phillips worked day and night for three years compiling irrefutable evidence of how the Republicans stole the 2004 presidential race in Ohio. This landmark investigation is a testament to what private citizens can accomplish when government officials fail to protect our right to vote and to count those votes as cast. Every American - Republican and Democrat - should read this book, and join the fight for democracy's most fundamental right."
Hello all,More information: a $5 donation will be requested, but you're perfectly welcome to give more than that - and no one will be turned away for lack of funds. More info from the flyer (shown above):
Richard Hayes Philllips will be in Olympia this Thursday, Sept 18, 7 PM. He will speak at Media Island (816 Adams, across Adams from the Olympia Library). Please see the attached flyer and forward this to anyone you know who might be interested.
Richard began investigating the Ohio election when he received an unsolicited e-mail containing obviously erroneous election results from Cleveland. He quickly found that hundreds of votes in certain precincts had inexplicably shifted from John Kerry to other Presidential candidates. He then spent 3 years compiling irrefutable evidence of election fraud in Ohio in 2004. His new book on his findings is Witness to a Crime, a Citizens' Audit of an American Election.
He is stopping on his way between Portland and Seattle and this just came together very quickly yesterday so we were unable to find a larger location. It is possible that he will be in Olympia as early as noon Thursday and could meet informally with interested people in the afternoon. If you would be interested and available, please let me know and we'll set something up.
Sponsored by Alliance for Democracy.
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., says: “Every American – Republican and Democrat – should read this book and join the fight for democracy’s most fundamental right.”I hope to see you there! ~ bert
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for the 7:00 p.m. speaking engagement at Media Island, 816 Adams SE, across from the downtown Olympia library.
Let Ralph Nader Debate!
His former Harvard Business School professor recalls George W. Bush not just as a terrible student but as spoiled, loutish and a pathological liar.The Dunce? I see evidence of serious malfeasance and nefarious intentions. I think "dunce" is too mild an adjective. The "evil doer" is more like it!
By Mary Jacoby
"He showed pathological lying habits and was in denial when challenged on his prejudices and biases. He would even deny saying something he just said 30 seconds ago. He was famous for that. Students jumped on him; I challenged him." When asked to explain a particular comment, said Tsurumi, Bush would respond, "Oh, I never said that."
Tsurumi told Bush that someone who avoided a draft while supporting a war in which others were dying was a hypocrite. "He realized he was caught, showed his famous smirk and huffed off."
Tsurumi's conclusion: Bush is not as dumb as his detractors allege. "He was just badly brought up, with no discipline, and no compassion," he said.