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Demonstrating against the war/president/etc etc etc = FRAUD





S3nd K3ys
It seems the Dimocrats are getting desperate yet again. They're sending Dimocrats out to protest against Republicans. That's not such a bad thing. What's interesting is that they seem to be having a bit of trouble figuring out just how to go about it.

Take this picture for example... according to Associated Press;

Quote:
Jeb Eddy joins thousands of demonstrators to protest the war in Iraq on Saturday. Associated Press photo by Noah Berger





The only problem is that he's a complete fraud.
Here's the information on his political contributions, from the FEC:

NEWSMEAT - JEB EDDY's federal campaign contributions

Quote:
Eddy, Jeb
Palo Alto, CA 94301
self/Software Author KERRY, JOHN F (D)
President
JOHN KERRY FOR PRESIDENT INC. $250 05/23/04
Eddy, Jeb Mr.
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Compton Fdn/Executive Director
DNC SERVICES CORPORATION/DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE (D) $250 02/25/04
Eddy, Jeb Mrs.
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Compton Fdn/Executive Director
DNC SERVICES CORPORATION/DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE (D) $250 02/25/04
Eddy, Jeb Mr.
Palo Alto, CA 94301
DNC SERVICES CORPORATION/DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE (D) $500 08/11/03
Eddy, Jeb Mrs.
Palo Alto, CA 94301
DNC SERVICES CORPORATION/DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE (D) $500 08/11/03
EDDY, JEB
PALO ALTO, CA 94301
DNC SERVICES CORPORATION/DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE (D) $500 03/17/99
EDDY, JEB
PALO ALTO, CA 94301
DNC SERVICES CORPORATION/DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE (D) $250 09/25/98
Data Provided by the Federal Election Commission as of 11/1/04 -- 11,139,673 records


Sure looks to me like he's an avid supporter/donater to the Democratic party.

Why do they feel the need to lie in this arena as well? It's bad enough they lie about issues in general, but to fraudulently pose as a Republican when it's very clear that he's NOT, is just another sign of the desperation the current Dimocrats are going thru in trying to keep their party alive.

Then there's this little tid-bit from here

Quote:

Anti-War, My Foot
The phony peaceniks who protested in Washington.
By Christopher Hitchens
Updated Monday, Sept. 26, 2005, at 11:19 AM PT

Are they really "anti-war"?

Saturday's demonstration in Washington, in favor of immediate withdrawal of coalition forces from Iraq, was the product of an opportunistic alliance between two other very disparate "coalitions." Here is how the New York Times (after a front-page and an inside headline, one of them reading "Speaking Up Against War" and one of them reading "Antiwar Rallies Staged in Washington and Other Cities") described the two constituenciess of the event:

The protests were largely sponsored by two groups, the Answer Coalition, which embodies a wide range of progressive political objectives, and United for Peace and Justice, which has a more narrow, antiwar focus.




The Worker's World organization is the same one that promotes the Kyoto marches and the rallies at the GOP convention in NYC back in '04.

This particular organization is nothing more than the communist movement (not so light).

If you get a chance check out Straka's Grr!!! column today on Fox about his train ride from NYC to DC over the weekend with a train full of stinky socialists. Very funny.
shr3dd
SHOCKING, really. What's next libs? Are you going to dress up Howard Dean as a republican and have him run for president so the dems will actually have a chance in hell to regain power?
S3nd K3ys
shr3dd wrote:
SHOCKING, really. What's next libs? Are you going to dress up Howard Dean as a republican and have him run for president so the dems will actually have a chance in hell to regain power?


No because they know Dean could never pull it off.
ixat
I am shocked, shocked! A Republican would never do something like that. /sarcasm
gonzo
S3nd K3ys wrote:
shr3dd wrote:
SHOCKING, really. What's next libs? Are you going to dress up Howard Dean as a republican and have him run for president so the dems will actually have a chance in hell to regain power?


No because they know Dean could never pull it off.



No because some dim "moderate republicans" (liberalists) want to run McCain. He's about as conservative as my neighbors dog is pink, or as republican as "two equals three" is true.
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