In Tucson, Arizona -- Mom dies of heartbroken after identifying her dead son who was gunned in Iraq, courtesy of GW Bush's mistakes.
In Knoxville, Tenn -- Someone fired at Bush/Cheney's campaign office and shattered the windows.
In New York -- a 86 year old woman used her cane to whack the Republican woman who insisted to hold the Bush/Cheney sign in the apartment lobby. Why? The 86 year old woman said she does not want the politics to enter her building -- and the Republican lady does not live there -- she just came in to hold the sign.
I also learned something new about Dartmouth -- that so-called Republican conservative, Jack Ryan who resigned from running for Illinois Senate after the local newspaper zeroed in on his divorce with actress Jeri Ryan who accused him of pressuring her to perform sex in front of others at sex clubs. Jack Ryan graduated from Dartmouth. So did Theodor Geisel. Know who Geisel is? If not, shame on you.
Not only that, they had a senior survey on Dartmouth graduates last spring which was published in DAM (Dartmouth Alumni Magazine), 80 percent intends to vote for Kerry, 5 percent for Bush. One person wondered if the seniors were brainwashed by the professors who were anti-Bush? One biology professor suggested that the results of this survey reflected the "dissatisfication of scientists -- faculty and students -- with the widespread efforts by the Bush administration to undermine the scientific process underlying policy decisions. From global climate change and stem cell research to effects of snowmobiles in Yellowstone and research on sexually transmitted diseases, this administration twists science to match its own political agenda."
Well said, Stephen Jenkins.
Related to the election -- For your own thoughts, this quote was uttered by your favorite guy, Joseph Stalin.
"The people who cast the votes do not decide an election, the people who count the votes do."
Does this sounds familiar in Florida four years ago?