Sunday, July 29, 2007

Another piece of evidence illustrating Bush's historic, unprecedented dislike:
With more than a year to go before the 2008 elections, Democratic candidates have raised $100 million more in campaign contributions than Republicans, putting them on track to win the money race for the White House and Congress for the first time since the government began detailed accounting of campaign fund raising three decades ago. (bold added)
For as long as I can remember it was always the case that the GOP would raise more in $$ than the Dems and it was up to the Dems to outnumber Republicans at the polls. And again, if my memory serves, registered Dems outnumber Republicans, which is why the GOP is always so gung-ho on suppressing the Dem vote.

But now the Dems are out-doing the Republicans at their own game, raising oodles more in cash -- wow! Even more amazing, with this astounding change of affairs, congressional Republicans continue to support this guy who has wrought such ruin on their status quo. Quite perplexing.

Speaking of voter suppression, NOW has a devastating report that "examines documents and evidence that points to a Republican Party plan designed to keep Democrats from voting, allegedly by targeting people based on their race and ethnicity." To watch the video, go to the web site. The revelations would be jaw-dropping if it weren't for the fact we by now know full well what this version of the Republican Party is capable of.

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