Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Half truths and in-u-windows

Don't you just love it when when the libs tell only half of a story with their slanted outlook on life?

Joel Connelly conveniently left out some facts that puts his op- ed in a slightly different light.
For instance, Howard Dean's Seattle stop was to cater to the Seattle elite pockets. However, he was right about Seattle being the focus of politicians. They know that Seattle carries the state in elections.
Joel also conveniently left out, when pointing out Dave Reichert gets some of his campaign money from pac's, that all politicians take pac money. Joel also points out how this pac money keeps the Republicans in power. I would summit that the Democrats can take credit for keeping the Republicans in power.
And, maybe, if the Dem's were to work with industry, i.e. "The National Mining Association", the Dem's would be getting that pac money too. In regards to the Nickels donor list, it has been forever that businesses have to grease politicians on both sides of the fence to keep from being over burdened with regulations and taxes.

Heading to B.C... ha ha ha! Is that the best government that money can buy? I don't know where Joel has been. Obviously he was not paying attention to the news. The liberals may bring the Canadian Government to it's knees with the money laundering and kick backs. It looks like Joel is painting the liberal party in Canada with the environmental brush. I noticed he did the same thing with the republicans. It's just a little spin to get the watermelons worked up I guess.

Columnist or Communist, when painting with a large brush, should beware of runs. They have a habit of looking ugly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BY Roy Boy

by JOEL CONNELLY
SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER COLUMNIST

In the Northwest: Politicians in hot pursuit of -- what else? -- money

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Waly World in the news

Well there go's my dividends to buy off the water melons. at lest the money is going to a conservation group not a bunch of anarchist, blow the money on drugs and political activism.
BY Roy Boy

Wal-Mart announces plan to offset 'footprint'

JOHN HEILPRIN

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON -- Wal-Mart, the world's largest retailer, pledged Tuesday to spend $35 million compensating for wildlife habitat lost nationwide beneath its corporate "footprint."

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The Democrats Don't want You to know what they are doing

It should be apparent by now that this is a rogue legislature. self serving arrogant hypocrites opening the door to back room dealing. Setting them selves above the people they serve people they control rule. This legislature has road right over any law that gets in there way, especially those that the people have put in place to rein in corrupt politicians. Also laws that limits spending i.e. 601.
It is all about control, it has nothing to do with the management of the affairs of State Government as representatives of the people.

Taking the disclosure out of public disclosure

THE NEWS TRIBUNE
Last updated: April 13th, 2005 02:35 AM

You don’t need to look at a calendar to know that the Legislature’s session is almost over. Instead, just watch what comes out of Olympia.

The OLYMPIAN OPINION
Senators trample public's rights
Thurston County's state senators think they're special.
The local senators wrongly believe that the disclosure laws put into place by the public more than 30 years ago apply to every other elected official in the state -- but not to them.

State Senate Passes Sunshine Law After Exempting Themselves

April 12, 2005

ORBUSMAX

By KOMO Staff & News Services

OLYMPIA - The state Senate have passed a bill that would prevent agencies from denying public records requests that are too broad, but would limit access to sex offender records and even those of state lawmakers.

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