Thursday, February 14, 2008

Big Dan's Big News Feb 14, 2008, McCain Hypocrisy

(After telling everyone FOREVER! That's he's against torture because he was a prisoner of war, blah blah blah...MCCAIN VOTES AGAINST BANNING WATERBOARDING! He was against waterboarding...before he was for it! McCain getting a "pass" from "liberal media" on all this!)

Senate Votes to Ban Waterboarding. Congress on Wednesday moved to prohibit the CIA from using waterboarding and other harsh interrogation methods on terror suspects, despite President Bush's threat to veto any measure that limits the agency's interrogation techniques.

Maverick Fails The Test: McCain Votes Against Waterboarding Ban

McCain/Republicans Vote In Lockstep To Grant Telecom Immunity (bd: Are you starting to get a clear picture of how McCain votes with Bush/Republicans EVERY TIME??? Is that a CHANGE???)

Obama: McCain 'Traded Principles for his Party’s Nomination'


● L.A. County Registrar Says It's 'Impossible' to Count Nearly 100,000 Ballots from Super Tuesday Primary. The L.A. County Registrar is Lying...And Blaming Voters and Pollworkers to boot...UPDATED With Link to Petition Demanding ALL Votes Be Counted! Please Sign It!

● The U.S. economy is faltering. Family debt is on the rise, benefits are disappearing, the deficit is skyrocketing, and the mortgage crisis has worsened. Conservatives have attempted to deflect attention from the crisis, by blaming the media’s negative coverage and insisting the United States is not headed toward a recession, despite what economists are predicting. The Bush administration’s latest move is to simply hide the data.

● Valerie Plame Wilson Describes Sibel Edmonds Disclosures as 'Stunning'. Says She Has Been Following Recent Blockbuster Series in British Paper Concerning U.S. Nuclear Secrets Espionage, Allegations That Her Cover Company, Brewster Jennings, Was Exposed by a Former High-Ranking State Department Official as Far Back as 2001...

● U.S. Planting fake Iran stories in the news again: Iran has capacity to produce nuclear arms

● Kristol: ‘I’m Ambivalent’ And ‘A Bit Of A Squish On Torture,’ But I Support Bush’s Use Of It

● Perino On Permanent Bases: It Depends On How You Define ‘Permanent’

● Judge Rules Ohio Curbs on Voter Registration Drives Unenforceable

● Baby perishes while held by US officials. 14-day-old was in Hawaii for heart surgery; mother, child, nurse detained.
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