Tuesday, February 03, 2009

[Google Maps] : A Wife Lead?

Is this where Drew Walter Peterson trial attorneys should be looking at?

Was browsing through my neighborhood today and bumped into this (A Wife Lead):

Any idea what that is? I am not sure if this is the name of a town or ...

Looks VERY interesting, though.

A Wife Lead?

Was browsing through my neighborhood today and bumped into this (A Wife Lead):

Any idea what that is? I am not sure if this is the name of a town or ...

Looks VERY interesting, though.

Thursday, June 05, 2008

Obama's rise predicted as far back as 3 yrs ago

Barack Obama's astonishing rise to prominence as the first black presidential nominee of any major American party was predicted as far back as three years ago when the senator from Illinois with the self-confessed "funny name" was virtually a non-entity and no one could have believed he would oust Hillary Clinton as Democratic candidate.

Back in October 2005, a left-leaning British magazine listed Obama at the head of a 10-member rundown of "people who could change the world". The list, which included Sania Mirza and was sub-titled "revolutionising the future: from tennis to teleportation", pointed out that Obama was the only "out-and-out politician" it chose.

The prescience of the New Statesman, a substantially well-written if a trifle staid magazine originally established by the famous Fabians Sidney and Beatrice Webb, is now seen as nothing short of miraculous.

In India, it is astrologers who tell political fortunes. In the west, it is that other soothsayer - the media. In Obama's case, it appears to have come true.

Obama's proud place in the magazine's list of people who could change the world came barely 10 months after he became a senator and learnt to read a teleprompter. The New Statesman based its forecast that Obama would rise and rise and go on to do great, world-changing things, on his "political rock star attributes" and self-deprecating refusal to take himself too seriously.

The magazine admitted Obama "seems a little too primed for political superstardom" and acknowledged Washington's "habit of hailing new political celebrities, chewing them over and then spitting them out".

But it insisted the new senator appeared to have "come to DC prepared to shoulder the burdens of high expectations" and that its list was all about "being bold...our ten world-changers... reflect the ways that power and influence operate in our complex, interconnected world ...(the list) is intended to offer hope. Given that the present is characterised by relentless violence and carnage, man-made or otherwise..."

Friday, January 25, 2008

Scientology fever on Digg

Digg will give IT Admins of these scientology-based websites a hard time...

Sunday, December 16, 2007

Ron Paul Letter Writing Campaign

Ron Paul Letter Writing Campaign

Contribute as much as you can. If you can not be in Iowa, you could still do the needful by writing letters to voters urging them to know more about Dr Paul. He is still not getting enough media coverage, even though he has crossed the much awaited 12 mil mark!

Go Dr Paul!!

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

McCain has lost touch with reality

CNN: Military Sources Respond To McCain's Escalation Remark With 'Laughter Down The Line'
Yesterday, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) told radio host Bill Bennett that President Bush's escalation is working. "There are neighborhoods in Baghdad where you and I could walk through those neighborhoods, today," he said. Today, when CNN's Wolf Blitzer asked McCain why Americans still aren't able to safely leave the Green Zone in Iraq, the senator replied that Blitzer was giving three-month-old talking points:

General Petraeus goes out there almost every day in an unarmed humvee. I think you oughta catch up. You are giving the old line of three months ago. I understand it. We certainly don't get it through the filter of some of the media.

But according to CNN reporter Michael Ware, who has been in Iraq for four years, McCain is "way off base." He stated, "To suggest that there's any neighborhood in this city where an American can walk freely is beyond ludicrous. I'd love Sen. McCain to tell me where that neighborhood is and he and I can go for a stroll."

Ware also rebutted McCain's assertion that Petaeus travels in an unarmed humvee: "[I]n the hour since Sen. McCain's said this, I've spoken to military sources and there was laughter down the line. I mean, certainly the general travels in a humvee. There's multiple humvees around it, heavily armed."

Source: LiveLeak.com

Behind The Scenes Media Censoring Ron Paul?


Fox News Folks trying their best to keep the Ron Paul support close to zero...

Yep; that's what comes to my mind when I think of 'Fair and Balanced'

Monday, December 10, 2007

FOX News: A Ron Paul fan gets extreme

A fan of Ron Paul covers his entire Hyundai in Ron Paul stickers. Interesting to find this on FOX News!

Sunday, December 09, 2007

McCain: I don't care if it's a banana

McCain says what he really thinks about a poll showing that 60% of military families don't believe the war in Iraq justifies the cost.

Why doesnt this lady give up!? John McCain doesn't believe in facts. The Bush government doesnt believe in facts. The facts are for stupids.