Friday, July 29, 2005

For the good

I earlier complimented Bill Frist for standing against Bush on stem cell research I must stand against him with the law that the senate and congress want to pass to make a law that makes it harder to sue the gun manufactures.

This is already on top of laws passed that switched class action suits to federal court instead of state, that has made it harder for citizens to file for bankruptcy yet easier for business to, that let the Brady bill expire, gave us the invasion of privacy act(known as the patriot act).

Again proves who congress and the senate really listen to and it's not the people it's the corperations.

Bill Frist

So Bill Frist is backing the stem cell bill after all. Good for him this is the same person who claimed after viewing a video tape of Terry Schaivo saying she was able recognize what was going on.

I actually think stem cell research has a lot of potential. I don't feel it's taking lives of humans as George and several others do. The cells that would be used for research (if I understand this right) would actually be discarded if they were not used.

But back to Bill Frist you know this is only cause he wants to run for President in 2008 and thinks this will help him even though the past several elections has shown the american public will not tend to vote for Senators/Congressmen but prefer to vote for Governors (see current Bush,Clinton,first Bush, Reagan).

But to give credit I do applaud him for backing this bill I hope others follow suit. A lot of potential good can come from this.

Thursday, July 28, 2005

About the host

As we approach the 400th hit on my website I just thought I'd give a quick bio of myself.

Before I get started again I want to thank you for supporting me and my site by visiting and clicking on the annoying ads. I know they are annoying but if you click on them I appreciate it. Thanks

Now about me.. Where to beginning. I was born August 14th,1970 here in Los Angeles (Montebello to be exact). I have had living stints in Tarzana,Ca. Reseda,Ca. Woodland Hills, Ca. Levittown, NY. West Hills, Ca. and back in Woodland Hills, Ca.

I was adopted and the one question I've been asked and that is if I have any desire to find my real parents and that answer is no. If they didn't want me why would I have a desire to see them?

As far as schooling I've gradutated from Calabash Elementry, Hale Jr. High, and El Camino Real High School and attended Pierce Community College here in Woodland Hills.

As far as jobs I've never really found my niche. I'm not going to lie to you about that or anything my life is an open book. The most fun job I've ever had was when I was acting and I had a great run appearing on TV Shows and Movies and what they say is true the Hollywood is addicting(no not drugs never have and never will use them and I feel those who use them are incredibly stupid and thoughtless)

I was unemployed when I started this site I was online heard about blogging and figgured it would be a good way to express my views. In my opinion there is so much right-wing fanatisism out there and so few left-wing fanatics if I can make some sort of difference I'll be happy.

I've had the great experience of driving accross this great country of ours and I was very impressed. I intend in the near future to do so again cause it was a terrific experience. I do have a goal in life to visit all 50 of our States and I am at 25 so I'm midway there.

As far as what got me interested in pollitics I'm not really sure. I've followed polliticss all my life and have always been interested in the process that goes on (bribes,Lobyists) in Washington and here in Sacramento.

I have actually met two polliticians in my life the late former mayor of Los Angeles Tom Bradley and in 1998 on the World Trade Center New York Mayor Rudolph Gulianni(sorry if that's mispelled)and maybe that helped me on the way.

As far as being a liberal again I'm not sure. My parents are conservative democrats and my sister is a hardcore republican conservative so I guess I had to be different. I understand there are two sides to every coin that's why I said in my very first post that I welcome all opinions. If I disagree with you (right Robert) I will state reasons why and back them up. My goal is to have serious thought out discussions without the name calling that has been done(in part by me). If you feel I'm wrong call me on it. If you feel I'm right tell me as well.

Anyway that's me. That's my life. I've always said when I meet my maker I am going to tell him/her thank you for this life. I admit not making the most intelligent decisions out there in my past but it is what it is and since it didn't kill me it should only make me stronger.

Thank you for your continuing support.

Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Natalee Holloway

I know this opinion is not going to be popular but I really have to get this off my chest because it's bothering me.

Natalee Holloway was an 18 year old who was in Aruba on a graduation trip from high school who is missing and unless a miracle happens, probably dead. I hope I am wrong but I live in reality.

Now the media in it's wisdom has treated this like this is a national tragedy. There are many missing people in the United States not to mention soldiers getting killed in Iraq every day why is this one person so more important then any of the others that is really what I would like answered.

Monday, July 25, 2005

Karl Rove Timeline

Just a quick recap tonight on the timeline for leakgate just in case some of you are not aware of the timeline of this happening. This is courtesy of

February: Joe Wilson, a former foreign service officer and diplomat who had served in Niger and Iraq, is sent to Niger by CIA to investigate rumors Saddam Hussein had tried to purchase enriched �yellowcake� uranium from the African country.

Feb. 22: Wilson tells CIA and State Department the rumors are �unequivocally wrong.�

January: President Bush in State of the Union speech says: �The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa.�

June 10: A memo for undersecretary of State refers to Valerie Plame as Wilson's wife and describes her role as a CIA officer in recommending Wilson for the trip.

July 6: Wilson in New York Times op-ed about his Niger trip accuses the Bush administration of �exaggerat(ing) the Iraqi threat.�

July 8: Robert Novak discusses Wilson with Karl Rove. According to The New York Times, Novak tells Rove Wilson's wife was involved in setting up the trip, and Rove says, �I heard that, too.�

July 11: Time magazine reporter Matt Cooper has conversation with Rove, who tells him Wilson's wife works at the CIA and authorized the trip. Later, CIA Director George Tenet apologizes for uranium claim.

July 14: Novak writes in his column: �Wilson never worked for the CIA, but his wife, Valerie Plame, is an Agency operative. Two senior administration officials told me Wilson's wife suggested sending him to Niger.�

Sept. 16: Asked about a potential Rove role in Wilson story, White House spokesman Scott McClellan calls it �totally ridiculous.�

Sept. 26: Justice Department begins investigation.

Sept. 30: President says, �If there's a leak … I want to know who it is. … If the person has violated the law, that person will be taken care of.�

June 10: President, asked whether he'd fire anyone who leaked Plame's name, replies: �Yes.�

July 7: A Senate panel releases report on Iraq, which says Plame wrote a memo recommending Wilson for the trip.

October: Rove testifies before a grand jury.

Feb. 15: Appeals court rules Time's Cooper and New York Times' Judith Miller, who talked to sources about Wilson and Plame, have to go before the grand jury.

June 30: Time agrees to turn over Cooper's notes.

July 4: Rove lawyer Robert Luskin tells Newsweek that Rove did discuss Plame with reporters before the Novak column.

July 6: Miller protects notes; is sent to prison.

July 13: Cooper confirms that his source was Rove.

now just a recap of the three most important dates and what was said

Sept. 30: President says, �If there's a leak … I want to know who it is. … If the person has violated the law, that person will be taken care of.�

June 10: President, asked whether he'd fire anyone who leaked Plame's name, replies: �Yes.�

July 13: Cooper confirms that his source was Rove.

So Mr. So-called President are you gonna stick by your guns or prove you are the loser most of us think you are. The ball is in your court

Sunday, July 24, 2005

Grand Theft Auto

I was reading about the bug they found in the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas game where there is "a single explicit sex scene"
now I am not going to ramble on about video games cause frankly I enjoy them I play them have since the pac-man days I just have one question I would like answered: Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas has been around for a long time and the question is why aren't parents watching their kids with these games?? I mean it's not the governments responsibility to watch and monitor what the children do it's the parents or at least that's what I thought. SOmeone please answer this.

Saturday, July 23, 2005


Ahh where to begin with our fine Gov. Ok mine as well start from the beginning. Ahe fter the overthrow of Gov. Davis from the recall election on 2003, Schwarzenegger claimed he wouldn't take a salary cause he has money ( and doesn't need it.

Shortly after he signed a contract with American Media to be a part of two magazines, Muscle and Fitness and Flex. If I recall he was supposed to be an editor or something. A bill came by his desk which he vetoed that would regulate suplements. If you look at the magazines as I have(for research purposes since I'm not exactly in the best of shape) there are dozens of advertisments of these supliments in them. Stuff that was to be regulated.

Now even though our Gov. has stated he didn't want a salary it now turns out from the contract he signed he has earned at least $1 million dollars from them (some reports state $8 million) which to me is a conflict of interest cause the magazines make their money from the advertisments and if the suplements(which really are steroids something the Gov. states he's freely and happily used) and then he vetoed the bill.

Also since the court struck down the main reason for the special election which his redistricting plan that would swing the state more toward a red state instead of a blue state I understand he is still going ahead with the $70 million of taxpayer money special election. Gov. Davis got recalled for messing up the state why isn't there an outcry on what Schwarzenegger is doing??

Thursday, July 21, 2005

new supreme court nominee

So here is some backround on Judge Roberts on some cases he ruled
one of his past rulings upheld the arrest of a 12 year old girl for the hanous crime of eating a french fry.

If someone lives in Washington D.C. let me know the specifics of the law please I'd like to be educated but here is the information I have on the case: A 12 year old purchased an order of french fries (sorry I won't use freedom fries) and while a friend of hers purchased a fare for the subway she ate a single french fry which is from what I understand is against the rules.

Now I realize I defended police in my last column regarding high speed chases but that doesn't mean they are always right and that I always agree with them.

Back to the hearing the girl was arrested, not ticketed for eating a french fry before she entered the station. To me though why arrest her?? Why put her in cuffs and take her to the juvenile ficility and have her mother pick her up.

Judge Roberts agreed with the police. That is your new Supreme Court nominee.

Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Police Chases

I will be adressing the new Supreme Court Justice nominee Roberts as soon as I can get information on him. I admit to being wrong I thought Bush would pick Gonzales or Ashcroft in an earlier post.

I'd like to talk about something that always happens here in Los Angeles and that's Police chases and what sometimes goes wrong with them and who is really to blame and perhaps get ideas from you my readers on ways that can, while they won't stop but perhaps steps that can be done to prevent injuries and deaths of innocent civillians that occur during the chases.

Let's start at the beginning. Police chases occur when the police attempt to pull over someone and that person/people refuse to listen and take a ticket or whatever fine that they are occuring. So the people take off and run and hence a chase occurs.

Now here is the thing: I would say approximately 90%-95% of chases here in Los Angeles end peacefully. I think I've seen 1-2 chases where the suspect gets away and the rest end with injury/death to either the suspect or an innocent person/people. Again the numbers can be wrong but that's based on my recollection of watching chases.

Now what usually happens in the cases where someone gets hurt, whether it's the suspect or someone innocent, is instead of it being the suspects fault and the blame getting placed on him/her the police department gets wrongfully (my view) blamed and usually the city gets sued and taxpayers have to foot the bill. That is wrong cause the police who are doing their job (mind you I'm not a fan of LAPD but I like to call a spade a spade) I think the public tends to forget in these chases I can imagine addreneline is rushing, if the suspect makes a sudden move toward them you react. As you would or I would.

Now there are a couple of options here. I've seen if the chases appear too dangerous the cops have the helicopters follow them. I've seen the cops use spike strips I've seen several tactics used.

In some cases, like either last week unfortunately an innocent child who was being used as a human shield was killed when the police used force against the suspect and unfortunately innocent people get hurt and killed. It is a tragedy but again it's going to happen when you get crazy people out there.

Here is where I'd like you to come in. I'd like ideas what you would think would help ease the innocent people getting hurt or killed. I'd like to get this to our police commision so I'd really like serious realistic ideas cause I am serious when I say I can forward them and maybe we can see we did something to save lives.

Monday, July 18, 2005

Karl Rove Update

So the latest spin the republicans are trying to cover up for Karl Rove is that he was given the name of Valerie Plame by Robert Novak and then he gave her name to insuating that makes him innocent of all the charges since he was carrying the information already given to him.

Now while you suckers on the right might belive that but here is something to think about: At the very least that makes Robert Novak the person who commited treason and Rove an accessory. At the very least they both should be put in prison if not sentenced to death although I suspect their good friend Bush would pardon them and in fact knowing Bush would give them the medal of freedom that he gave Tenet, etc last year.

I think we are at a moral crossroads in our country. I mean according to the right people like Richard Nixon, G. Gordon Liddy, Casper Weinberger, Oliver North are heroes and the people who turn them in W. Mark Felt has been called a criminal by Pat Buchanan, Ben Stein and other prominant republicans.

I think it's time the nation looks in the mirror and decides what direction we need to head in.

Thursday, July 14, 2005

Karl Rove

Now that personal issues are done I'd like to talk about the free ride Karl Rove has been receiving. Here is a man, who has ALLEGEDLY leaked the name of a cia covert operative for pollitical purposes.

Ladies and gentlemen this is treason if it's true(I believe it is but in the interest of fairness(something the right doesn't do I will wait til the investigation is over)I will not hold judgment.

IF he is found to be the leak, he should be tried and put in front of a firing squad as should Novak and everyone who was complicit in this scheme to get at Joseph Wilson for stating there was no connection between Iraq and Niger.

Now the report I heard states he doesn't have security clearence for that so that would mean one of three people above him would have given him the info to leak: Rumsfeld, Cheney, Bush. Again no proof that's a theory but doesn't that make sense?

Add this to the Downing Street Memo and we are starting to connect some dots.

This administration is crooked if this all holds up.

Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Sticks and Stones

As much as I'd rather be talking about Karl Rove this is taking precedence over that after going back and forth with Robert Wilson and having what I thought was an intelligant conversation the other day I received an email saying I was disrespecting him by saying the right is "a bunch psychopaths" and "only like to bully and intimidate people". Now how many articles and posts on my site as well as others can I list to prove that. Let's find out a few:

From my post on July 6: From Northern Virginia lawmaker Tom Davis (R)"I think Major League Baseball understands the stakes, I don't think they want to get involved in a political fight."
He also added "I don't think it's the Nats that get hurt. I think it's Major League Baseball that gets hurt. They enjoy all sorts of exemptions" from anti-trust laws."

From a post about Bill O'Reilly on June 26th First he calls people "dissenters" for stating that Dubya lied about the war,for stating Dubya is violating our civil rights with the Patriot Act and is a major human-rights violator.

From June 17th heard this on the news and found the link here
It's nice for the Republicans and their so-called "cycle of life" and the fact the doctors in the autopsy said Micahel Schiavo did nothing wrong, Jeb Bush sent a letter to Pinellas-Pasco County State Attorney Bernie McCabe asking for an investigation to why Michael Schiavo waited to call 911 after his wife's injury.

My quesiton is this happened 15 years ago. Why now?? I realize the republicans still have egg on their faces since this completely fell apart for them. I have 3 words for them: LET IT GO!

This happened years ago no one cares except for your right to life freaks and how many more people go through this without republican interference?? Thousands. Republicans focus on the matters of the country which this is none.

If you wish I can continue. Robert I've known you for a long time if you are so "insulted by the truth I'm sorry I can't change your view or mind I'm not it this to change minds I'm in this to inform. Being a liberal I take name-calling on a daily basis by conservatives in the media and it doesn't faze me one bit.

Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Ahhh Texas

I read in the Los Angeles Times on Monday,1,2086015.story?ctrack=1&cset=true
where, only in the state of Texas where textbooks are required to state that marriage is between a man and a woman, they are now telling people how to sing in chiors. In a bladant discriminory tactic men can no longer sing Soprano or alto roles and girls cannot audition for tenor or bass.

What irks me is some males sing in a naturally high voice high some females sing in a naturally low voice. It's again what is natural to them. To sing in a state choir would be a tremendous honor and now just because you sing high if you are a guy or low if you are a girl you can't.

I think the song says it all "god bless Texas"

Saturday, July 09, 2005

For Every Action

A post was left on my website saying why do I blame Bush for the London attacks and why not blame him for everything. What my conservative friends don't seem to understand it's the old addage for every action there is a reaction. Allow me to give examples and how it applies to President Bush:

Action: Bush ignores global warming stating it's not a problem and refuses to sign the Kyoto Protocal claiming it will wreck the economy of the United States

Reaction: Temperatures on the earth are rising every year,you can do a google search and see the facts regarding that, temperatures in the air, and water. SInce they started keeping track there has NEVER been four hurricaines this early in the Atlantic season and now Florida is about to get hit yet again by Hurricaine Dennis. ONne can also look at the Titanic being hit by an iceberg and now no icebergs are this far south at any time of the year because the Atlantic Ocean is much warmer now.

Action: Bush fails to nab Osama Bin Laden

Reaction: Terrorism is alive and well. The attacks in London Thursday, the attacks in Madrid, and Iraq on a daily basis killing our soldiers and innocent civillians.

If Bush speant the time and money trying to find Bin Laden as he did in Iraq, while the terrorism wouldn't stop, he would have won the war on terror but Bush being Bush, the ignorant stupid toad he is, decided to invade Iraq and hence we are in the quagmire we are in today.

Thursday, July 07, 2005

London Bombings

Ladies and Gentlemen a tragedy happened in London, England 1 day after finding out they would be hosting the 2012 Summer Olympics as terrorists attacked the subway trains and a double-decker bus killing (as of now) 37 people and injuring over 700 people.

This is a direct result of the failed war on terror because if a dent was being made, this might not of happened if Bush spent as much time and money fighting Al Queda and finding Osama Bin Laden as he has in Iraq.

This was preventable and Mr. Bush blew it again. 37 more people dead due to that. Remember that you who drink his kool-aid

Wednesday, July 06, 2005

baseball and pollitics

From my friends at media maters it seems there is a new revelation on why congress and the senate was interested in steroids all of the sudden.

George Soros is one of the people who are attempting to buy the Washington Nationals of major league baseball, George Soros supports democratic causes and the republicans of the house are threatening to take away the anti-trust rules that apply to them if baseball accepts his bid to buy the team.

From Northern Virginia lawmaker Tom Davis (R)"I think Major League Baseball understands the stakes, I don't think they want to get involved in a political fight."
He also added "I don't think it's the Nats that get hurt. I think it's Major League Baseball that gets hurt. They enjoy all sorts of exemptions" from anti-trust laws."

Boy George Steinbrenner who owns the New York Yankees is a big contributor to republican causes and was in jail for making illegal contributions to Richard Nixon (Steinbrenner was pardoned by Ronald Reagan)

Another power grab by the Republicans who are trying to intimidate and bully their way into complete and utter power


Monday, July 04, 2005

4th of July and more names

First I would like to wish everyone a happy Fourth of July. I hope this finds everyone safe and make sure you don't EVER drink and drive. Be careful out there and enjoy spending the day with your loved ones.

Our soldiers in Iraq, thanks to the "gentleman" om the White House do not have the luxury that we currently have. I would like to update the list of the dead soldiers from the post I made on memorial day. Again you will not be forgotten and the person responsible for your deaths will pay.

Matthew Scott Lourey, 40, Army Chief Warrant Officer (CW4), May 27, 2005
Mark A. Maida, 22, Army Sergeant, May 27, 2005
Joshua Michael Scott, 28, Army Chief Warrant Officer (CW2), May 27, 2005
Phillip N. Sayles, 26, Army Specialist, May 28, 2005
Albert E. Smart, 41, Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel, May 28, 2005
Michael S. Barnhill, 39, Marine Reserve 1st Sergeant, May 28, 2005
Victor M. Cortes III, 29, Army Staff Sergeant, May 29, 2005
Derek Argel, 28, Air Force Captain, May 30, 2005
Casey Crate, 26, Air Force Staff Sergeant, May 30, 2005
William Downs, 40, Air Force Major, May 30, 2005
Jeremy Fresques, 26, Air Force Captain, May 30, 2005
Jeffrey B. Starr, 22, Marine Corporal, May 30, 2005
Steven M. Langmack, 33, Army Sergeant 1st Class, May 31, 2005
Miguel A. Ramos, 39, Army Reserve Sergeant, May 31, 2005
Phillip C. Edmundson, 22, Army Specialist, Jun 01, 2005
Louis E. Niedermeier, 20, Army Private 1st Class, Jun 01, 2005
Virgil R. Case, 37, Army National Guard Staff Sergeant, Jun 01, 2005
Linda J. Villar, 41, Dept. of the Army Civilian, Jun 03, 2005
Antonio Mendoza, 21, Marine Corporal, Jun 03, 2005
Eric J. Poelman, 21, Army Specialist, Jun 05, 2005
Brian Scott "Scotty" Ulbrich, 23, Army Private 1st Class, Jun 05, 2005
Justin L. Vasquez, 26, Army Staff Sergeant, Jun 05, 2005
Theodore S. Westhusing, 44, Army Colonel, Jun 05, 2005
Carrie L. French, 19, Army National Guard Specialist, Jun 05, 2005
Brian M. Romines, 20, Army National Guard Specialist, Jun 06, 2005
Robert T. Mininger, 21, Marine Lance Corporal, Jun 06, 2005
Jonathan L. Smith, 22, Marine Lance Corporal, Jun 06, 2005
Eric T. Burri, 21, Army Specialist, Jun 07, 2005
Terrence K. Crowe, 44, Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel, Jun 07, 2005
Roberto Arizola Jr., 31, Army Sergeant, Jun 08, 2005
Michael J. Fasnacht, 25, Army 1st Lieutenant, Jun 08, 2005
Douglas E. Kashmer, 27, Army Private 1st Class, Jun 08, 2005
Louis E. Allen, 34, Army National Guard 1st Lieutenant, Jun 08, 2005
Phillip T. Esposito, 30, Army National Guard Captain, Jun 08, 2005
Marc Lucas Tucker, 24, Marine Lance Corporal, Jun 08, 2005
Mark O. Edwards, 40, Army National Guard Staff Sergeant, Jun 09, 2005
David Joseph Murray, 23, Army National Guard Sergeant, Jun 09, 2005
Daniel Chavez, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, Jun 09, 2005
Dustin V. Birch, 22, Marine Reserve Lance Corporal, Jun 09, 2005
Thomas O. Keeling, 23, Marine Reserve Lance Corporal, Jun 09, 2005
Devon Paul Seymour, 21, Marine Reserve Lance Corporal, Jun 09, 2005
Brad D. Squires, 26, Marine Reserve Corporal, Jun 09, 2005
Mario Alberto Castillo, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, Jun 10, 2005
Andrew J. Kilpela, 22, Marine Lance Corporal, Jun 10, 2005
Stanley J. Lapinski, 35, Army Corporal, Jun 11, 2005
Neil A. Prince, 35, Army Sergeant 1st Class, Jun 11, 2005
Larry R. Arnold Sr., 46, Army National Guard Sergeant, Jun 11, 2005
Casey Byers, 22, Army National Guard Specialist, Jun 11, 2005
Terrance D. Lee Sr., 25, Army National Guard Specialist, Jun 11, 2005
Anthony D. Kinslow, 21, Army Specialist, Jun 13, 2005
Larry R. Kuhns Jr., 24, Army Sergeant, Jun 13, 2005
John J. Mattek Jr., 24, Marine Lance Corporal, Jun 13, 2005
Anthony G. Jones, 25, Army Sergeant, Jun 14, 2005
Michael Ray Hayes, 29, Army National Guard Private 1st Class, Jun 14, 2005
Nathan B. Clemons, 20, Marine Private 1st Class, Jun 14, 2005
Joshua P. Klinger, 21, Marine Private 1st Class, Jun 14, 2005
Jonathan R. Flores, 18, Marine Lance Corporal, Jun 15, 2005
Jesse Jaime, 22, Marine Corporal, Jun 15, 2005
Chad B. Maynard, 19, Marine Lance Corporal, Jun 15, 2005
Tyler S. Trovillion, 23, Marine Corporal, Jun 15, 2005
Dion M. Whitley, 21, Marine Lance Corporal, Jun 15, 2005
Cesar O. Baez, 37, Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class, Jun 15, 2005
Anthony S. Cometa, 21, Army National Guard Specialist, Jun 16, 2005
Erik R. Heldt, 26, Marine Lance Corporal, Jun 16, 2005
John W. Maloney, 36, Marine Captain, Jun 16, 2005
Robert M. Horrigan, 40, Army Master Sergeant, Jun 17, 2005
Michael L. McNulty, 36, Army Master Sergeant, Jun 17, 2005
Noah Harris, 23, Army 1st Lieutenant, Jun 18, 2005
William A. Long, 26, Army Corporal, Jun 18, 2005
Adam J. Crumpler, 19, Marine Lance Corporal, Jun 18, 2005
Christopher R. Kilpatrick, 18, Army Private 1st Class, Jun 20, 2005
Christopher L. Hoskins, 21, Army Specialist, Jun 21, 2005
Nicholas R. Idalski, 23, Army Specialist, Jun 21, 2005
James D. Stewart, 29, Army Sergeant, Jun 21, 2005
Brian A. Vaughn, 23, Army Specialist, Jun 21, 2005
Arnold Duplantier II, 26, Army National Guard Sergeant, Jun 22, 2005
Christopher W. Phelps, 39, Army Sergeant 1st Class, Jun 23, 2005
Joseph M. Tackett, 22, Army Sergeant, Jun 23, 2005
Holly A. Charette, 21, Marine Lance Corporal, Jun 23, 2005
Veashna Muy, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, Jun 23, 2005
Chad W. Powell, 22, Marine Corporal, Jun 23, 2005
Ramona M. Valdez, 20, Marine Corporal, Jun 23, 2005
Regina R. Clark, 43, Naval Reserve Petty Officer 1st Class, Jun 23, 2005
Carlos Pineda, 23, Marine Corporal, Jun 24, 2005
Charles A. Kaufman, 20, Army National Guard Specialist, Jun 26, 2005
Matthew S. Coutu, 23, Army 2nd Lieutenant, Jun 27, 2005
Keith R. Mariotti, 39, Army Chief Warrant Officer, Jun 27, 2005
Steven E. Shepard, 30, Army Chief Warrant Officer, Jun 27, 2005
T. J. Carrillo, 21, Army Specialist, Jun 28, 2005
Manny Hornedo, 27, Army National Guard Sergeant, Jun 28, 2005
Robert E. Hall Jr., 30, Army Reserve Specialist, Jun 28, 2005
Chad Mercer, 25, Army National Guard Sergeant, Jun 30, 2005

Friday, July 01, 2005

Supreme Court Vacancy

First off as we approach the 100th visitor to my website I would like to thank everyone who has come here and supported my site I appreciate it. I also appreciate those who are clicking on the ads on my site. By the way ladies and gentlemen I would like to hear your thoughts about my views always feel free to comment on my posts

I would like to talk abit about the the retirement of Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and who I would like to replace her yet who will probably replace her. Now, people would like to see her replaced with someone equal in her views. I, would like to see someone who is progressive replace her but since we are talking George W. Bush I think I can narrow who he will pick to two people and unfortunately I'm being serious: I think he will nominate either John Ashcroft or Alberto Gonzales.

Why do I think that? Well let's take a look. Bush would want someone who supports his agenda, especially when abortion cases and gay rights and such come to the court (which from what I understand they will) he is familliar with both men and would want to tilt the court toward his views.

I hope democrats are listening are willing to put up a fight to whoever Bush nominates cause you know he will not do what's best for the country but what's best for his buddies at Halliburton.