August 19, 2004 New page by 10 a.m.
says Millers have legal right to develop their land but he will
fight against allowing them to build houses, and is not willing
Antonio Express-News story with
headline that I think doesn't represent what's actually in the
Ten-Foot Poll on Garza vs. Millers
825am-1130pm Thur 8/19/2004
Mayor Garza is attacking the Bill Miller BBQ family's
perfectly-legal plan to develop houses on its land
near the Toyota plant. Who do you back?
more, a nation divided Kerry did serve with distinction
in Vietnam when he easily could have avoided that killing field.
His service to his country shouldnít be diminished by
the same despicable, politically motivated tactics visited upon
Sens. John McCain in South Carolina and Max Cleland in Georgia,
also Viet vets. This kind of gutter-bashing doesnít belong
in American politics, and vets shouldnít allow themselves
to be used as ammo for cheap shots at one of their own.
OUTSOURCES ELECTION TO INDIA Citing "significant
cost savings," President George W. Bush today outsourced
the fall election to a call center in Bangalore, India.
Mr. Bush said that by having all voting and vote-counting take
place in Bangalore, the U.S. will save up to $3 billion, which
could be used to finance democracy in Iraq.
I don't know if George from Shiner is serious or not but if he is
he is a sick man and I am glad I don't know him. I wish I had not
look at your web site today. That is awlful to read something like
that. I also wish you would take that picture of the dog off of
your website. Thanks,
to oblige. As you can see, I am in the process of erasing the billboard
photo right now.
sunny day in 2005, an old man approached the White House from
across Pennsylvania Avenue, where he'd been sitting on a park
bench. He spoke to the Marine standing guard and said, "I
would like to go in and meet with President Kerry." The
Marine replied, "Sir, Mr. Kerry is not President and doesn't
reside here." The old man said, "Okay," and walked
The following day, the same man approached the White House and
said to the same Marine, "I would like to go in and meet
with President Kerry." The Marine again told the man, "Sir,
as I said yesterday, Mr. Kerry is not President and doesn't
reside here." The man thanked him and again walked away.
The third day, the same man approached the White House and spoke
to the very same Marine, saying "I would like to go in
and meet with president Kerry." The Marine, understandably
agitated at this point, looked at the man and said, "Sir,
this is the third day in a row you have been here asking to
speak to Mr. Kerry. I've told you already that Mr. Kerry is
not the President and doesn't reside here. Don't you understand?"
The old man answered, "Oh, I understand. I just love hearing
The Marine snapped to attention, saluted, and said, "See
you tomorrow, sir."
Brad - You are using old jokes! The last time this story was
on your site, the name was Clinton and not Kerry. The punch
line had to do with Clinton not being in the White House anymore.
There are no new jokes, ever. Just adaptations and rewrites.
counter a critic of Kerry Newly obtained military
records of one of Sen. John F. Kerry's most vocal critics, who
has accused the Democratic presidential candidate of lying about
his wartime record to win medals, contradict his own version
Last month, Thurlow swore in an affidavit that Kerry
was "not under fire" when he fished Lt. James Rassmann
out of the water. He described Kerry's Bronze Star citation,
which says that all units involved came under "small arms
and automatic weapons fire," as "totally fabricated."
"I never heard a shot," Thurlow said in his affidavit,
which was released by Swift Boats Veterans for Truth. The group
claims the backing of more than 250 Vietnam veterans, including
a majority of Kerry's fellow boat commanders.
A document recommending Thurlow for the Bronze Star noted that
all his actions "took place under constant enemy small
arms fire which LTJG THURLOW completely ignored in providing
immediate assistance" to the disabled boat and its crew.
The citation states that all other units in the flotilla also
came under fire.
Kerry in combat on Dec. 2, 1968? The question
is not whether Mr. Kerry was sufficiently wounded on Dec. 2.
The question is: Was Mr. Kerry actually involved in combat that
splits with GOP, calls war 'mistake' A top Republican
congressman has broken from his party in the final days of
his House career, saying he believes the U.S. military assault
on Iraq was unjustified and the situation there has deteriorated
into "a dangerous, costly mess."
TO SEPTEMBER 1
the intelligence information announced Sunday 8/1 about a
Terrorist Threat against 5 financial institutions actually
justified placing defenses in public places in New York, Washington
DC and Newark, then those guards should still be in place
30 days later, due to the vagueness about when any such attacks
If the guards are gone by 9/1 (and there has been no new intel
to cancel the "attack threat") then I will believe
the public measures weren't considered really necessary in
the first place.