(Yahoo News; Aug 16, 2004) ATHENS, Ohio - A group of anarchists is taking an unusual step to make its political voice heard — going to the polls.
Note: While anarchists oppose voting on principle, anarchists also hold individual liberty and working class self-interest as first and foremost and some anarchists may from time to time choose to vote under specific circumstances after reasoned debate weighing the pros and cons of such action. It is never the official policy of anarchists to defer authority to government officials, but it is sensible to make the best of a bad situation.
New Zealand cuts diplomatic ties with Israel - $1.2 trillion missing from the Pentagon - Young American girl murdered in cold blood by Israeli soldier - Are we not getting these stories because the U.S. is in a perpetual news blackout.
The fighting in Najaf exposes the fraud of the June 30 “sovereignty” handover, and represents a complete failure of Bush’s Iraq strategy, but Kerry can’t bring himself to condemn the whole thing as the colossal disaster that it is.
Why would a president who did everything he could to not put on a uniform during wartime but couldn’t wait to don one years later as the most protected person on Earth, cast aspersions about a guy who volunteered to wear one in Vietnam and upon arriving back home as a decorated vet did everything he could to help other soldiers take theirs off? For more details about the Bush Baby’s last-gasp grasp at a straw man, read on.