Little Tart loves it all…most of the time

    My partner and I are very concerned about the up-coming national election.  In 2004 there was a campaign to invite the United Nations into the US to monitor the election.  That effort failed, but we would like to see the cause revived during this election cycle.
    We are increasingly concerned about voting machine tampering, voter caging, as well as out and out fraud in November.  We love America and the democratic process, and strongly believe that every American’s vote should be counted, even if it is a vote we disagree with. 
    However conspiratorial it sounds, we believe the current polling trends being “sold” by the media are potentially laying the ground work for a fixed election in November. While we would love to believe this is not the case with 100% certainty, we have some doubts.  We do not believe this pivotal election is a time when we should ignore those doubts.  We are asking that Congresswoman Lee request United Nations’ election monitoring herself, or co-sign any bill presented by her colleagues in the House of Representatives.  We ask this as constituents that love America too much to allow false election results to determine who lives in the White House.  We hope Congresswoman Lee agrees and does all she can to insure honest and appropriate elections are held on November 4, 2008.


Why has she been the focus of this blog for 3 weeks solid now? I love this blog and read it every day, but I am getting so frustrated that it is focusing so exclusively on Sarah Palin even as Arianna is blogging and speaking on all the pundit shows, that Dems should shift their focus to McCain and the issues.
Why is Huffpo not practicing what it preaches? I want to see positives about my candidate and my party. I want to see headlines about the issues that shape the debate. I don’t care about Sarah Palin, she is a political blip; a missed trivial pursuit question in a decade. STOP MAKING THIS ABOUT HER!
Why doesn’t Huffington Post follow the call of it’s leader, the intelligent Arianna Huffington, and lead the media in a new direction; shape the up-coming debates; shift our focus; rather than swarm like rats on the Sarah Palin raft?
More on Sarah Palin
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

If you are looking for an unpleasant read first thing in the morning – try Dr. Nutra’s testimonials for the product “Colonix”. I’m reading them for work, but any of you could read it simply for the pictures and first hand narratives, like this one by David M. “After about 2 weeks into the program on my second month I felt the urge to go as usual. Went into the bathroom and next thing you know it felt like I pooped out about 20 pounds of crap. Now mind you, smooth exit, I filled the toilet up to the water line.” Ick. My favorite part, other than a product that creates a “smooth exit” is that this David M. included a picture of himself in his Army uniform. Check it out, but be careful before entering the gallery. After only a cursory look I’m worried I’m going to void out of my mouth not my butt.

Posted on: June 5, 2008

Via AP

“President George W. Bush and his top policymakers misstated Saddam Hussein’s links to terrorism and ignored doubts among intelligence agencies about Iraq’s arms programs as they made a case for war, the Senate intelligence committee reported on Thursday.”

I can has impeachment?

Posted on: May 22, 2008

To all you Hillary supporters who say things as brilliant as Evelyn Norena’s statement that “she’ll vote for McCain in November, partly because she believes Clinton got cheated by her party. ‘They would force me,” she said. ‘

Go the fuck ahead.  Get out of my party.  You are not a democrat and you were never going to vote democratic.  A real democrat would never look at McCain as a viable option.  Clinton’s beliefs are closer to Obama’s than McCain’s, and yet Obama, your supposed party’s candidate is a worse choice than a formerly independent now rigidly conformist republican candidate?  How’s that?

There’s the door – don’t let it hit your ass on the way out.


Taken on Urban Dictionary


It is a little strange that when I was looking up “Kool Aid” on Urban Dictionary, one of the paid advertisements was a video link to the Scientology Video Channel.


While I personally have no beef with scientologists, I am not sure that is a connection they want to be making.




I want to take a moment to thank Hillary Clinton and her supporters.  This was a hard election cycle for the Democratic party, but I believe it has made us tougher as a party.  It has given us the ability to fight!  That vigor will do right by us in November.  Take the time you need to gather your selves, we can wait.  We will be here when you are ready to work together for the General Election.  Together the Democrats can make the White House ours again.


Solidarity means we can make a change!