Weimar Syndrome was first detected here in the U.S. in the winter of 2000 when it was discovered that a growing number of citizens were under the mistaken impression that a little known governor from the state of Texas was actually the president of the United States.
Massachusetts senator John Kerry will, no doubt, be one of the first to fall. He already self-destructed in the eyes of many Baystate voters when he stood in the blood-filled well of the U.S. Senate Wednesday and signed-on to the Bush doctrine
Jill Stein garnered 32% of the respondents' support, following Mitt Romney (33%) and leading Shanon O'Brien, in an after-debate poll. The debate was aired on channel 56. Stein's considerable support proves that her inclusion in the debate was arguably in the interests of the persons watching the debate, or at least those persons who took the time to respond to the poll.
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I asked a few folks to tell me a little about themselves and their views
on organizing for unions. These six people identify as either an anarchist
(with or without adjectives) or as an anti-authoritarian (an anarchist
that doesn't know it yet!). They all work as union organizers or have
worked as union organizers.
IRAQIS LOVE THEIR CHILDREN TOO Buffalo, NY Oct.6, 2002 Peace activists say NO to Bush's demand to dictatorial powers to wage war on Iraq, already a victim of over a decade of crimes against humanity enacted by the US. Rep. John La Falce (D-Tonawanda) echoed the views of many: "I would not want to delegate this much responsibility (to declare war in perpetuity) to any president, much less this president..." 10 min.