Speakout 2/24

Tuesday, February 24, 2004

The Democrats' new slogan seems to be "Guilty until proven innocent, and even after proven innocent," at least regarding President Bush. "Preponderance of evidence" is suddenly invalid, like two or three inches of 32-year-old documents they demanded that Bush produce, which Bush did produce versus no credible witness, no documentation, nothing, from the Democrats' side, except a repeated accusation by Democrat operatives who throw an accusation onto the airwaves knowing they have the largest free campaign staff in the world, our unbiased media eager to repeat the charges over and over and over again. That's all that is necessary for anyone to be guilty of anything in the mind of a Democrat, just have a fellow Democrat accuse you of it. That's it. Then just sit back and let the watchdog press tear into their targeted opponent like a vicious pack of Rottweilers. (Say, isn't that one of the Nazi's favorite breeds?) Why, you'd think the self-described civil liberties groups would be in an uproar! No, they just look on with a strange gleam in their eye like a pedophile at a children's playground, ogling at the perversion that the Dems and their media allies (their band of brothers) display. Their Dems' most successful operating maxim has always been: Get the media to repeat your unfounded accusation often enough and people will start to believe it. If the Democrats really wanted to be fair (silly me) even with their perverted system of justice of putting the burden of proof on the accused, they'd have to prove: 1) That Bill Clinton didn't burn any U.S. flags during his anti-American protests in England as he sat out the Vietnam War; 2) That Howard Dean isn't from Mars and Nancy Pelosi isn't from Venus; 3) That Sen. Patty "Osama Mama" Murray has never had an altar to Osama bin Laden in her home; 4) (OK, and just for laughs) that Terry McAuliffe isn't the love child of Bozo the Clown and Phyllis Diller. That oughtta keep 'em busy for awhile.

I'd like to tell the parents and grandparents how proud I am of you for putting valentines in the paper and telling them how much you love them. Sometimes actions speak louder than really loud hurting words. Sometimes we need those little things to remind us and show us how important you are in our lives. I have great respect for you.

Could you tell me the status of the Fleming Warehouse, please?

Negotiations are currently under way to sell the facility and locate a new industry there.

Mike, could you print a list of properties that are on the land clearance bill and the names of the owners of those properties?

Yes we can and will shortly.

I would like to thank the person for bringing it to our attention regarding the innocent little pooch on Arlington Street that has no dog house. I hope you follow through and call animal control soon if a dog house is not provided. If only there were more people like you to help out these little animals, the world would be a better place for them. Thanks for taking a stand. Keep up the good work.