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Arguments in favor of Oregon’s anti-gay marriage iniative 36 include such wonderful tidbits as:

“Oh, by the way, although Jesus never said a single word condemning homosexuality, if heterosexuals can’t get married, homosexuals shouldn’t be allowed to marry either—well, unless they’re too weak-willed to abstain. Sissies!”

(from Daily Dish)

My biggest qualms with what Bush said…

…he complained about relying on the British for the flu vaccine when Chiron is an American company, and in fact located locally here in the Bay Area.

…he denied his remarks about not being concerned about OBL. I hope he eats those words.

…that he wouldn’t give a straight answer on Roe-v-Wade.

Stop-loss orders as a backdoor draft?

Sure sounds like it…

Christopher K Davis posted a very interesting discussion of this on rec.arts.sf.fandom.

At the last debate, I would have liked to hear a much stronger opposition to a possible draft from Kerry. Of course, Bush’s statement that (paraphrasing) “there will be no draft as long as I’m President” is worth no more than any of his other promises, given his record of lies.

Bush vs. Clinton, on the record…

You’ve probably seen the “Life then, life now” nostalgia lists.

Now there’s a “Clinton’s record, Bush’s record” list on John Aravosis’s blog. Some of it may be a little oversimplified, but if something ever really DESERVED to turn into a mass-forwarded email, this is it, and it’s effing awesome.

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