June 27, 2006

VA-Sen: Webb Rips George Felix Allen Jr.

"While Jim Webb and others of George Felix Allen Jr.'s generation were fighting for our freedoms and for our symbols of freedom in Vietnam, George Felix Allen Jr. was playing cowboy at a dude ranch in Nevada. People who live in glass dude ranches should not question the patriotism of real soldiers who fought and bled for this country on a real battlefield,"
Jim Webb for Senate!

Jim Webb is not going to let Republican weak-kneed cowards questions this patriotism. Little George Felix has a fight on this hands to keep this Senate seat.

CT-Sen: Off It’s Rocker

Lieberman Press Secretary:
I just got off the phone with Lieberman's press secretary, and I can confirm that yes, she is a bit "kooky." I had called to find out simply what polling company the senator was using, and she nearly jumped down my throat: "Are you working on a story? Is this for a process story?!" She then ranted about how the campaign was focused on the issues of Connecticut voters, all the while growing more agitated. She terrorized me for a few minutes, asking why I had called, until I told her that I was only a lowly intern who knew nothing and oh, would she please let me go… Needless to say, she didn't answer my question.
Lieberman calls Ned Lamont ad BS!
Ned Lamont has a new ad that Hotline says could become “legendary.” In the ad, Joe Lieberman’s voice comes out of George W. Bush’s mouth. At the end, a picture of Lieberman slowly morphs into one of Bush. Lieberman called the ad “BS” in front of AFL-CIO delegates today. He also sent out a statement in which he described himself as a “scathing critic of the Bush Administration.”
As for 5:30pm CST, Senator Lieberman is still a Democrat.

IL-6: GOP Tort Reform Hypocrisy

Illinois Republican Peter Roskam is running against Democrat Tammy Duckworth to replace 16-term Republican Rep. Henry J. Hyde in Congress. Peter Roskam, a former Tom Delay aid, is a typical rubber stamp Bush Republican.

As a typical Republican, Peter Roskam supports tort reform.
Roskam has named lawsuit reform as a top priority.

"I will vote to pass lawsuit reform in Congress," said Roskam. "Illinois is a crisis state and doctors are leaving our state because of frivolous lawsuits."

Roskam has been endorsed by the American Medical Association, American Hospital Association and several specialty medical associations.
Typical conservative pandering rather than actually solving the problem of doctors leaving. Like many other Conservative cause there is a heavy does of hypocrisy put forth by Republican politicians. Peter Roskam is a partner in law firm of Salvi, Roskam & Maher. Yes, Peter Roskam is a one of the evil personal injury lawyers that earn $615,000 last year only from his work. The Republican area of expertise is in the following:
Automobile Accidents and Injuries; Construction; Premises Liability; Products Liability; Slip and Fall; Dog Bites; Medical Malpractice; Personal Injury; Accidents; Automobile Negligence; Bicycle Accidents; Boating Accidents; Bodily Injury; Catastrophic Injury; Motor Vehicle Accidents and Injuries; Motorcycle Accidents; Pedestrian Injuries; Wrongful Death
Dog Bites, Slip and Fall?
Republicans frequently invoke the scary image of predatory lawyers who take out full-page "We get results!" ads in the Yellow Pages; lawyers who beckon victims of "slip and fall injuries, medical negligence ... dog-bite injuries, wrongful death [and] defective products" to "put our experience to work for you. ... No fee unless you collect."

Lawyers like--boo!--Peter Roskam.

I borrowed the above verbiage from an ad for Salvi, Roskam & Maher, a Wheaton personal-injury firm and proud member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a national organization of attorneys "who have won million and multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements."
If Peter Roskam is really against frivolous lawsuits let the people look over his full list of his clients.
We believe the real problem in the system is frivolous lawsuits like those that Peter Roskam solicits in his Yellow Pages ads," said Duckworth campaign manager Jon Carson, whose camp provided the images of the ads. "We need to look for ways to stop these lawsuits on the front end, maybe by setting standards for the advertising."

Carson called upon Roskam to release a full list of his clients "so we can see what role he has or hasn't played in the reduction of frivolous suits."

Roskam spokesman Ryan McLaughlin branded Duckworth's line of attack as "dirty politics" and said that, "bottom line, groups that support lawsuit reform support Peter Roskam. ... Yeah, he's an attorney, but [as a state legislator] he has never voted against reform."
Instead Illinois State Senator Peter Roskam and this Republican business partner stated a PAC called Sir Thomas More Justice League to raise money from trial attorney to stop tort reform. Under Republican pressure Peter Roskam did not vote against tort reform rather he voted “present” and returned the PAC money.

Peter Roskam will fit right in with Republican Clowns in Congress. Lets send Tammy Duckworth rather than a Bush Republican.

America was not built on fear...

... America was built on courage, on imagination and an unbeatable determination to do the job at hand.

-- President Harry S. Truman(D)

June 26, 2006

IL-8: VP Cheney, Debates & Scheurer

Cheney stumps in Chicago area
In a nod to the national significance of a congressional race going on in the suburbs, Vice President Dick Cheney raised money Friday for a candidate who could help determine whether Republicans hold on to control of the U.S. House.

Cheney spoke to about 300 people at a downtown hotel at a fundraiser for Barrington Hills businessman David McSweeney, who is trying to win back the seat Democratic Rep. Melissa Bean snatched from 35-year GOP Congressman Phil Crane when she beat him in 2004.

Cheney called McSweeney a “common-sense conservative” during a 22-minute speech in which he boasted about Bush administration economic policies and called for continued resolve in the war in Iraq and against terrorists.

“It's vital we have strong partners like Dave McSweeney in the Congress of the United States to help us,” Cheney said. [..]

Republicans hoped to raise $200,000 at the McSweeney fundraiser, money he will need in his battle against the incumbent Bean, a Barrington businesswoman.

Bean had about $1.75 million in her campaign fund as of the end of March, while McSweeney was left with about $147,000 after winning a six-way GOP primary March 21. Bean was unopposed in the primary. The next campaign filing reports are due in July.
McSweeney calls for 24 debates in 8th District
David McSweeney, the Republican candidate for Congress in the 8th District, Thursday renewed his challenge to incumbent U.S. Rep. Melissa Bean, D-Barrington, to debate him.

"Melissa Bean attacked (former Congressman) Phil Crane for not being in the district and airing the issues but she's already adopted the same policy," McSweeney said in a telephone press conference. "I have called for 24 debates, one in each township in the 8th District. This way, Melissa Bean and I can look voters in the eye and tell them where we stand on the issues."

"There's plenty of time to do that (debate)," responded Brian Hermann, a Bean spokesman. The election is Nov. 7.

"She has a job to do now, and she's doing it," Hermann said. "She's doing the job she was elected to do. She's out there communicating with her constituents and working on the issues that matter to them in Washington."

McSweeney blasted Bean for her recent tax-paid mailings to constituents in the 8th District.

"Melissa Bean's campaign thus far has been focused on amassing and hoarding money for her campaign while using tax dollars to send out campaign-like newsletters and making automated calls that amount to self-promotion," he said. "She should use a little of the time that she has to attend forums and debates over the issues rather than fund-raising in San Francisco and socializing with the Hollywood elite."
Third-party candidate expects to get on ballot
Bill Scheurer, a Moderate Party candidate in the 8th Congressional district, said this week he has the 13,950 petition signatures he needs by Monday to get on the ballot.

"I don't have a final count, but I have every indication we've gone over the amount we need," he said.

The anti-war, pro-life candidate with labor support was worried last week that he may not reach the mark, but Scheurer says he made it with the help of dozens of volunteers and his wife, Randi, who collected signatures from thousands of local residents.

Scheurer, a lay minister, peace activist and a Lindenhurst resident, said he's found voters receptive to his independent candidacy.

"Voters are unhappy with the choices they've been getting," he said. "I think people have lost faith in the ability of Democrats and Republicans to come together in Washington, D.C., and fix things."

Determined to be a factor in November, Scheurer said he will run as a write-in candidate if he fails to get the minimum number of signatures or if his petitions are thrown out because of a challenge.
Democrat Melissa Bean voted to re-affirm President Bush's policies in the Iraq war.

Who’s Talking Lieberman or Bush?

Go check out, Democratic candidate Ned Lamont of Connecticut new campaign ad against Sen. Joe Lieberman (D?-CT).

2006 World Cup

During the World Cup I turn into a fan of Futbol. I watch Mexican Soccer Team, just like I watch the Chicago Bears, Chicago Cubs, U of I basketball team, and Chicago Bulls. But, there is a big difference Mexican team only breaks my heart ever four years. The Chicago Cubs breaks my heart ever year. Oh well, maybe one day Mexico will win the World Cup and Cubs will win the World Series.

Hopefully it happens during my life time. My prediction, Argentina over Brazil.

Hot Button Politics Travel South to Mexico

July 2, 2006 Mexicans will be going to the poll to elected a new President. The race pits candidates from five different parties against each other. Current polls have conservative candidate Felipe Calderon of President Vicente Fox's National Action Party (PAN) and Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador of Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD) in a dead heat. Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) candidate Roberto Madrazo lags behind in third place in the polls. Patricia Mercado of Alternative Social Democrat and Campesina Party (PASC); and Roberto Campa (New Alliance Party) are the other two candidates.

Mexican’s Conservative Catholics are following the lead of American’s Conservative Christians as portraying leftist candidates as anti-family, pro-abortion, and wanted to banning religion.
President Vicente Fox's party has roots in Catholicism, Mexico's dominant religion. While former welfare officer Lopez Obrador says little about his religious beliefs, Calderon is from a devout Catholic family and opposes legalizing abortion, which is banned except in certain cases such as rape.

Some Catholic community groups say the church may be using such hot-button issues to sway voters in favor of Calderon. [..]

But for Monica Benitez, a 43-year-old marketing specialist proudly wearing a rubber bracelet bearing Felipe Calderon's name and the orange, blue and white colors of the ruling National Action Party, the two were inseparable.

Shading herself under an orange parasol, she said Lopez Obrador was a danger to the faith who could trigger political strife and even impose a harsh leftist doctrine banning religion and worship of the Virgin of Guadalupe herself.

"We don't want war, we don't want disturbances ... he wants to take our virgin away," she said. "He's going to do it; Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is crazy."

A man handed out leaflets saying it was a sin to vote for a candidate who favored abortion -- another apparent plug for Calderon, even though Lopez Obrador has not said he backs legalizing it.
Change a few words around and this article could have been written during 2004 Presidential election of Democrat Kerry vs. Republican Bush. Supporters of Felipe Calderon of National Action Party hits on Conservative American themes on the campaign trial.
Calderon, a devout Roman Catholic, champions foreign investment, family values and globalization. He figures to do well in the north, where National Action has been on the rise since its first major victory in Baja California state in 1989.

"People here work and don't wait for the government to help them," said Gabriela Zamora, a sociology student who lives outside Monterrey, an industrial hub 155 miles from the Texas border. "We see (National Action) as more hardworking and less corrupt than other parties."
Zamora might see (PAN) as less corrupt, but a recent study show dirty politics 'Ingrained' in Mexico.
Millions of poor Mexicans have been threatened with exclusion from health care and social assistance programs if they do not vote for various candidates, the studies show. Others, mostly in rural areas, have been given cash payoffs of $40 to $60 for their votes, a tidy sum in a country where the poorest families subsist on less than $4 a day.

The authors of the studies said the coercion is so pervasive that it could swing the outcome of the July 2 election, particularly if the front-runners, Felipe Calderón of Fox's National Action Party and Andrés Manuel López Obrador of the Democratic Revolutionary Party, finish within two percentage points of each other. [..]

The studies said that all three major parties pressure and pay off voters. Each of the studies found that the Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, is the most coercive, followed by the National Action Party, whose standard-bearers are Fox and Calderón. López Obrador's Democratic Revolutionary Party, which is the smallest and youngest of the three major parties, is the least coercive, the studies showed.
After the 2006 election in Mexico, you might see a red/blue divided like in USA.
Mexico's north is mostly wealthy, religious and conservative. Revolutionary politics and poverty influence the south. In between in Mexico City, many consider themselves socially progressive.

In Mexico, as in much of the world, how you vote often depends on where you live. But the July 2 presidential election could redraw the political map.
Playing the part of Ralph Nader to a to Andrés Manuel López Obrador is Patricia Mercado.
Analysts and pollsters say Mercado's Social-Democratic and Rural Alternative Party will win over those leftists who feel Lopez Obrador is not liberal enough.

At a rally Sunday, she said Democratic Revolution's "platform has not grown, while Alternative represents a progressive platform."

Lopez Obrador's campaign manager, Jesus Ortega, said he is not worried. And even Mercado, who is in fourth place out of five candidates, said she is just trying to get the 2 percent of the vote needed to keep her tiny party registered to compete in future elections.

She has launched a no-frills campaign, traveling by bus to universities across the country, often dressed in a business suit to complement her soccer-mom haircut.
The key to Andrés Manuel López Obrador victory is peeling enough independent voters in the North and turning out his base in the south and winning over Patricia Mercado voters, which all depends on a clean election. It seem Mexico presidential election of 2006 has many aspects of American presidential election of 2000 and 2004. Unlike American, Mexico is not stable enough to have an unclear winner. Lets hope the polls are wrong and Andrés Manuel López Obrador pulls off a clean and clear victory.

CT-Sen: Durbin (D) & Feingold (D)

Senator Durbin on Lieberman, This Week with Stephanopoulos.
Stephanopoulos: Will you commit to support the winner of the Democratic primary?

Durbin: I’m going to support Joe Lieberman and I hope he wins the Democratic primary and I’m going to support him in every way that I can even though we disagree on the war. We have a much different point of view, but I know Joe Lieberman and I’ve worked with him for a number of years and I think he’s a good member of our caucus and should be re-elected.

Stephanopoulos: So if he loses the primary and runs as an Independent you’ll still support him?

Durbin: I’m going to support Joe Lieberman in the Democratic primary and I’m confident, I hope that the voters…

Stephanopoulos: ..but that’s not what I asked…

Durbin: I know it isn’t…I’m not going to accept your premise because I think he’s going to end up with the Democratic nomination.
Senator Feingold on Lieberman, NBC Meet the Press with Tim Russert.
I have a lot of admiration for Joe. He’s a fine guy. He helped me a great deal on Campaign Finance Reform. I think Ned Lamont’s position on the issues is much closer to mine on critical issues. I think this is something that’s going to be decided by the people of Connecticut. I’m not going up there. But I’ll tell you this Tim, I’m going to support the Democratic nominee who ever that is.
One will respect Democratic voters wishes, another will not. Senator Durbin and the rest of the Democratic Party leadership should support the Democratic primary winner in Connecticut.

As of 10:30 CST, Senator Lieberman is still a Democrat.

Reality: GOP talking point of Cut & Run

Mission (not yet) accomplished
President Bush regarding the Iraq war:

"It is important to have members of the United States Congress who will not wave the white flag of surrender in this war on terror."

White House counselor Dan Bartlett was asked later to name any members of Congress who had called, in any way, for waving the white flag of surrender.

He couldn't name one.

Confronted with reality, he had no choice but to cut and run.

June 23, 2006

Dennis Hastert on ‘Hastert Highway’: Nothing to it

Republican Speaker of the House Hastert blames 'unrelenting Democratic media' for the criticisms of the $2 million windfall from selling land near his Plano, Illinois home.
'Nothing to it,'' said House Speaker J. Dennis Hastert, asked about his $2 million windfall from selling land near his Plano home, a few miles from the proposed Prairie Parkway he has championed. [..]

At a GOP fund-raiser Monday, Hastert blasted what he called the "unrelenting Democratic media.''

He seems irritated at accusations of personal profit from the "Hastert Highway" and why he did not specifically describe the transactions on his disclosure statement, as required by the House Ethics Manual.

"I listed it the way the disclosure said I should list it, exactly," he said.
What Hastert really wanted to say, if those money hating liberals in the unrelenting media stop criticizing me for political purposes for profiting of a land deal, they can see that two million dollar windfall is not a big deal.

Making a two million dollar profit is a big deal outside of Republican controlled Washington D.C where millions of dollars seem like pocket change to politicians.

Or, maybe Hastert is right. There is nothing to it.

First, become a Republican. Next, become a Republican Congressmen. Follow by buying some farm land in your congressional district.

Second, buy more land in your congressional district. Next, obtain federal money to build the Highway through your district. Follow by selling piece your land near new Highway for a profit.

Third, blame unrelenting Democratic media for any criticism of the land deal. Next, distract the American people and unrelenting Democratic media by bashing gays, immigrants, brown foreign people and the rest. Then pass more tax cuts to keep a bigger share of your profits. Follow by selling the rest of your land for a bigger profit.

Nothing to it. Mo’ Money, Mo’ Money.

Ann Coulter Hearts Holy Joe Lieberman (D?)

Add Ann Coulter to the list of Republican supporters of Joe Lieberman.
CAVUTO: So you would admire more at least the politician that says a timetable to get out than going back and forth?

COULTER: No. I would admire a politician, not as much as basically your run of the mill garden-variety Republican, but as far as Democrats go like Lieberman, who apparently does want to defend America and fight the war on terrorism. He is the one facing a primary fight.

CAVUTO: You know, there is talk about him maybe bolting to a third party. The seeds are there for a third party movement. Do you buy that?

COULTER: I think he should come all the way and become a Republican. He wouldn’t be our best Republican but at left he’d fit in with the party that wants to defend the country.
Ned Lamont for Senate

June 21, 2006

Inside look at Mayor Daley Political Machine

The backbone of all Political Machines are city jobs. Mayor Richard M. Daley former patronage chief Robert Sorich and three other city officials are currently on trial. People with city clout, political groups, Aldermen and union officials went to Robert Sorich in the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs when they wanted city jobs. The Chicago city officials allegedly fixed the results of job tests, regularly manipulated the interview and selection process for certain city jobs by conducting bogus interviews, falsely increase interview scores, and otherwise guaranteeing that certain pre-selected candidates who were favored by high-ranking city officials.

A witness testified Robert Sorich told him to destroy city computer files as the FBI was conducting a search. One of the files was a clout list kept by the mayor's Office of Intergovernmental Affairs including the names of more than 5,000 people and their political sponsors vying for city jobs or promotions for their families, friends and supporters. An other witness testified she weeding out job candidates who lacked political clout.

What is Mayor Richard M. Daley in this corrupted scheme?
The five-time Democratic mayor has repeatedly said that he was innocent and had no knowledge of the scheme. "I don't play any role in hiring," he said at a recent news conference.
In a previous diary, I noted more than 1,200 city worker, most in jobs that are supposed to be free from political influence, belong to a select few groups that have supported Mayor Richard Daley, a Tribune investigation has found. Mayor Daley statement of not playing any role ringing hollow. It is a question of leadership and under the leadership of Daley corruption has become standard operating procedure while his associates are getting indicted.

A key supply of city jobs are in dump trucks in which Mayor Daley's administration spends nearly $40 million a year.
The city has a list of about 165 favorite truck companies to send to city work sites. Some owners have political clout, some are mob figures or their relatives.

Many do nothing but work for the city's Hired Truck Program, and often their operations are run out of the owners' homes. Six of every 10 aren't listed in the phone book.

But many are listed on campaign reports showing they contribute money to the mayor and other politicians -- in all more than $800,000 since 1996.
Chicago 11th Ward which is Daley family political power base benefits most from Hired Truck Program, which pays private contractors for the use of hundreds of trucks. The firms are hired without competitive bidding or contracts. Alleged mobsters or Outfit associates own one out of ten of trucking firms in Chicago.

This has to stop!

This diary only scratch the surface Daley Machine and the corruption that supports it. The Chicago Sun-Times has a detail account on investigation of the city’s Hired Truck Program, go give it a read. I’m a loyal Democrat, but corruption should not be overlooked even when it had a ‘D’ in front of it. An election for Chicago Mayor is going to be held in 2007, it’s time for Delay to hang it up before he is locked up. For the good of city and Illinois Democratic party, a new administration is needed.

Matthew 25:31-46

31 "When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the angels with him, he will sit on his throne in heavenly glory.

32 All the nations will be gathered before him, and he will separate the people one from another as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats.

33 He will put the sheep on his right and the goats on his left.

34 "Then the King will say to those on his right, 'Come, you who are blessed by my Father; take your inheritance, the kingdom prepared for you since the creation of the world.

35 For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in,

36 I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me.'

37 "Then the righteous will answer him, 'Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you something to drink?

38 When did we see you a stranger and invite you in, or needing clothes and clothe you?

39 When did we see you sick or in prison and go to visit you?'

40 "The King will reply, 'I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.'

41 "Then he will say to those on his left, 'Depart from me, you who are cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels.

42 For I was hungry and you gave me nothing to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me nothing to drink,

43 I was a stranger and you did not invite me in, I needed clothes and you did not clothe me, I was sick and in prison and you did not look after me.'

44 "They also will answer, 'Lord, when did we see you hungry or thirsty or a stranger or needing clothes or sick or in prison, and did not help you?'

45 "He will reply, 'I tell you the truth, whatever you did not do for one of the least of these, you did not do for me.'

46 "Then they will go away to eternal punishment, but the righteous to eternal life."

Sen. Chuck Hagel on Iraq Debate: ‘Cut and Run’…Debase the Seriousness of War

Senator Chuck Hagel Republican of Nebraska on the Senate floor during the Iraq war debate.
Congress fails in its duty when we do not probe, when we fail, we do not ask tough questions, and we fail when we do not debate the gate issues of our day. There is no issue more important than war. The war in Iraq is the defining issue on which this Congress and the administration will be judged. The American people want to see serious debate about serious issues from serious leaders. They deserve more than a political debate. This debate should transcend cynical attempts to turn public frustration with the war in Iraq into an electoral advantage. It should be taken more seriously than to simply retreat into focus-group tested buzz words and phrases like “cut and run,” catchy political slogans that debase the seriousness of war. War’s not a partisan issue, Mr. President. It should not be held hostage to political agendas. War should not be drug down into the political muck. America deserves better. Our men and women fighting and dying deserve better.
The Republican controlled Congress along with Democratic help has failed the American people, mostly of all the troops on the ground. It’s no longer a foreign policy debate between reasonable people. It has become a Conservative campaign to bash rivals and critics in order to hold on to their political power.
"Americans trust the Republicans to do a better job of keeping our communities and our families safe," Mr. Rove said in a luncheon speech at the winter meeting of the Republican National Committee. "We can also go to the country on this issue because they trust the Republican Party to do a better job of protecting and strengthening America's military might and thereby protecting America."
The well-known Karl Rove quote during 2002 elections proves this has always been a domestic policy issue to Conservatives politicians and like all domestic issues for Republicans it is use to condemn Democrats and to enrich their donors.

Conservatism has failed, Conservatives politicians only have slogans to offer. The seriousness of war has to wait for a time that serious people are in charge, what ever happen the grown ups?

June 8, 2006

Al-Zarqawi: Biden still clueless, Lieberman attacks Lamont

Senator Joe Biden the senior Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and a likely failed 2008 presidential candidate on NBC’s “Today”.
The Senator from Delaware also said that he hopes [Zarqawi's death] improves President Bush's approval ratings. "We get one president at a time.... This election in November is not for President of the United States.... I hope it does improve his standing and emboldens him to take bolder moves in terms of his policy in Iraq.... His low ratings and his inability to rally support is a difficult position for the United States internationally."
Wrong Senator. Higher approval rating will only continue the failed policies of President Bush and of this disastrous Conservative Administration.

Senator Joe Lieberman on Don Imus’ program.
Sen. Lieberman went on to swipe Ned Lamont, the anti-Iraq war millionaire who is opposing him in Connecticut's Democratic Senate primary, by saying that Lamont's anti-Bush campaign "doesn't take a lot of courage."

Sen. Lieberman said he is countering Lamont's plea that Democrats "send a message" to Washington by telling them to "send a Senator to Washington who can protect them and get something done for them over the next six years."

Imus told Lieberman that he was supporting his re-election bid despite his "absurd support for this idiotic war."
Where is your courage Senator? You continue to support an ineffective Bush lead Iraq policy foolhardy. Attacking Ned Lamont principle stand on Iraq war without truthfully criticizing you own and President Bush roles in the Iraq policy, show your lack of courage.

Both Senators Joe & Joe are still clueless after all these years.

June 6, 2006

How You Gonna' Act!

Hey, how are you going to act man, how are
you going to act? You're going back to the
real world.

Now come on, you stop that shit.
Hamburger Hill (1987)

How are you going to act back in the real world?