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Saturday, January 31, 2004
This primary season you may find useful this web site maintained by the Kansas City Board of Elections Commission. It will help you locate your ward, precinct and voting location.
Sunday, January 25, 2004
Looks like Dean's speech in Iowa is reshaping the music scene. Since last Monday dozens of remixes of the speech have burst into cyberspace. Click here to check out the good stuff.
Thursday, January 22, 2004
If you have been watching the news and/or late night TV, a lot has been made out of the speech that Dean gave on the night of the Caucuses. I was at the rally and I am again disgusted by the media distortion.
First, for those saying that he should have been gracious, he was. He gave his concession speech three times that night on Larry King Live, CNBC, and MSNBC. Dean called Kerry to congratulate him, and Kerry is quoted as saying that Dean "was gracious". Also, Dean wasn’t yelling because he was mad. He is smiling the whole time, and some in the media are finally pointing this out.
The speech was actually a rally for the thousands of volunteers who had spent so much of their time in IA knocking on doors in the freezing cold, talking on the phone in the not much warmer “hanger”, driving people to the caucuses, and a hundred other little jobs that had to be done. The Stormers were disappointed in the results that night, but Dean came out to cheer us up and remind us that this race is a marathon and not a sprint.
Now, the way that the media has portrayed the speech as Angry Dean, has indeed hurt us. Tonight Dean will appear on Letterman to help stop this nonsense. He and Judy have also been interviewed by Diane Sawyer, which will air tonight on ABC Prime Time Thursday. All of this TV time is in addition to the NH Debate with will air at 7pm on Fox News Channel.
Finally, if you have found this whole thing as ridiculous as I have, check out this dance remix.
Friday, January 16, 2004
KC Dean supporters, in preparation for a local leafleting blitz we will be meeting on
Saturday, Jan 17 at 9:30AM at
Sharp's 63rd Street Grill
128 West 63rd Street
Tomorrow's canvassing will focus on the Plaza area.
See you there...
Wednesday, January 07, 2004
Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you Fredo Bush:
"Mr. Bush," said the attorney, Marshall Davis Brown, "you have to admit that it's a pretty remarkable thing for a man just to go to a hotel room door and open it and have a woman standing there and have sex with her."
"It was very unusual," Bush replied.
Actually, it wasn't that unusual. It happened at least three or four times during Bush's business trips to Asia, he said: "I don't remember the exact number."
"Were they prostitutes?" asked Brown.
"I don't -- I don't know," Neil replied.
"Did you pay them?"
Nope. Not remarkable at all. I remember during my business travels it was occasionally factored into the hotel bill under "hospitality taxes".
We have plans. Really. Stay tuned.
Yes, I'm back.
I wish I had a good excuse, like a house fire that negated any Internet access. Oh wait. I do. But that's boring, so I've decided on the following:
a) I was searching for weapons of mass destruction,
b) I was briefly married to Britney Spears,
c) Michael Jackson hired me as a legal consultant,
d) The dog ate Blogger,
e) I was involved in the refinancing of the Kerry home,
f) I was too involved raising taxes, expanding government, drinking latte, eating Sushi, driving my Volvo, reading the New York Times (ok, that part's true) and loving Hollywood. OK, by "loving Hollywood", I am no way condoning the work of Jennifer Lopez, Jerry Bruckheimer, Carrot Top, any of the SNL-spinoffs (with the possible exception of Wayne's World and the Blues Brothers), Chevy Chase post-Goldie Hawn, Charlie Sheen and anything on Oxygen, We! or Lifetime.
So I've decided to link to this, instead. Click on it and then try to imagine what we would do to that country if they had pictures of wmd's on an Etch-A-Sketch.
Wednesday, December 31, 2003
Sorry for the lack of post lately folks, I thought my KC and St. Louis counterparts would take up the slack.
Anyways, the New Year's House parties went well last night. Here is the AP's take on the events.
Saturday, December 06, 2003
Today's must-not-miss TV is Al Sharpton on Saturday Night Live. I know we are all for Dean, but you can still appreciate Sharptons' sharp one-liners.
Look for critiques of Sharpton's performance at the final debate of the year on Tuesday.
Now to the politics...... we knew things where probably going to get nasty between Gephardt and Dean in the Show Me state but this dispute gained national attention. Apparently the staffer, Joyce Aboussie, is well know for playing hardball but she denies making any threats at the meeting which included Governor Holden.
If you are in Iowa, I guess you won't get to see Sharpton on SNL.
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