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Election Day 2005

November 8, 2005

Voters in California, Virginia, and New Jersey will vote today.
These elections have national implications.
If California voters approve Proposition 77, the Republicans will likely seal control of the House of Representatives for a generation, preventing Congress from ever investigating the persuasive allegations of TREASON by Vice President Dick Cheney against the USA. Nor will the lies the Bush Administration told the Congress and the American People in order to trick us into going to war in Iraq ever be investigated.
With Bush’s approval rating scraping the barrel from 35 to 39%, these State Elections may be the precursor to the more important Election Day in 2006, when Democrats could take back a House of Congress, which would finally give them the power to investigate and challenge this corrupt, incompetent, treasonous Administration.

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  • Mrs. Butterworth November 9, 2005 8:58 am

    You Log Cabin Republicans are so syrupy on real issues

  • jeff in jersey November 8, 2005 7:54 pm

    Okay Mark, last comment from tonight. Again, grouping all Republicans together. To say “republicans” are against Gays is not totally correct. Log Cabin Republicans? McCain, Pataki, Guiliani? I think there are separations. Just a thought I misleading.