ILLEGAL anti-recalling!

The anti-Mayor Suttle recall group, “Forward Omaha”, has a commercial up, via Joe Jordan’s YouTube site.

See it here:

Now, you remember Forward Omaha. It is run by a 2nd year Creighton Law student. Who apparently is a webmaster and a whiz on her Mac. All the while raising hundreds of thousands of dollars to create and telecast ads.

Hey look, the anti-recallers don’t what to show their faces, fine. You will note that the Mayor Suttle Recall Committee has had a number of public press conferences and have been public about their intentions and reasoning.

Forward Omaha, and the others? Well, we have heard Brad Ashford speaking from a back room. And that P.J. Morgan isn’t into it.  And that Democrat sugar-daddy Dick Holland is willing to bankroll the whole matter.

But not much else, huh? [Ah, looks like they heard us!]

So now we hear that Forward Omaha will pay YOU $150 to…hmm…not sure. Take photos? Glower as people sign their name?

Here is what we want to say:

Please watch out for intimidation procedures by Forward Omaha paid thugs!

Forward Omaha may have paid GOONS trying to ILLEGALLY block your Constitutional rights to sign a petition!

Take photos of these paid Forward Omaha employees, and please report their illegal activity!

There. And we didn’t even need any high falutin’ computer animation to say the exact same thing as Forward Omaha did in their ad.

Oh, and you may note that the ad doesn’t seem to mention the awesome job that the Mayor is doing.


For those of you who have an insatiable need for politics, no matter what the cost…
Here is video of the 3rd District Congressional debate.



And because we don’t always outwardly show our love for Northeast Nebraska, here is an endorsement of Governor Heineman by the Sioux City Journal.


One week.
Be sure to check back often for breaking and broken news.


  1. Anonymous says:

    As a "civil rights" lawyer, has Tom White come out and disavowed our President's shameful pandering to racist fears about Republicans?

    How dare our President use inciteful language of racism to refer to where Republicans are welcome in our National debate on policy.

    In addition, after reading this morning's OWH, I have just one question for Vince Powers-the big head of the Nebraska Democrat Party.

    Vince, were you as appalled by Susie Buffett and Dick Holland spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to buy the votes of African Americans living in a small area of Omaha 2 years ago?

    Democrats have been trying to buy elections long before Republicans began getting accused of it.

  2. Anonymous says:

    The Intimidate Omaha campaign is shameful. Unpaid volunteers seeking to petition their government for a redress of grievances will now be met by paid "persuasioners?" First it was intimidate Jean Stothert. Then intimidate Dave Nabity. Now, intimidate the general public from exercising their constitutional rights? Omahans will not stand for this!

  3. Street Sweeper says:

    Chett, and others,
    The commenting policy here on Leavenworth Street is, "No Links".
    This is mainly so I don't have to go police every link here. Since I'm guessing you're new, I will repost the rest of your comment.

  4. Chett (two t's) says:

    So they say they are concerned about police layoffs, eh? Well, didn’t the new police contract get that ball rolling? Here’s how it works, the police union and the city created the pie, but only so many police officers can have a piece of the pie. That means some will get none.

    oh, and im sure its those generous librarian contracts that are just RUINING the city budget.

  5. Those Crafty Fiscal Hawks says:

    So let me get this straight, Suttle and other DEMs RAISE taxes to satiate their spending and avoid cutting (virtually any significant) public services. Now they have their ‘mouth pieces’ becoming FISCAL HAWKS with the City’s money arguing that they suddenly have the ‘moral fortitude’ to cut spending and possibly services should they have to pay for a recall? Hollywood can’t even write stuff this good!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Those dirty damn liberals!

    I want to be able to gather signatures without reading that troublesome statement, right outside the polling place!

    Maybe if I scream VOTER INTIMIDATION loud enough I can distract people so that they don't recognize that I'm breaking the law!

  7. Street Sweeper says:

    If there is video of an anti-recall group abusing kittens, I hope to post it as well.

    B/c, as the ad says, you just never know what illegal activity might be going on…

  8. Queen Lisa says:

    Where is Daryl Hannah – Hannah Montana – oh … what's her name? You know, that gal that used to harass Adrian Smith and Mike Johanns everywhere they went? Golly, a person just can't find a good video stalker, excuse me, videographer these days.

  9. Paying dues, why? says:

    The OWH is running an article by the ever so balanced Paul I eat for Free at every political event I can, Hammel and the money Pete Ricketts is putting into this years races.

    Well Paul why don't you put your considerable research skills into how much each UNION organization is putting into campaigns?

    Start with White, to Conrad, then Rogert, and maybe even Whitehead!!

    Hammel must be looking for a NPR job.

    The Teachers Union just coughed up $10,000.00 in cash to Whitehead directly. Not to mention the tens of thousands in "Independent" expenditures.

    I wouldn't be surprised if the UNIONS haven't poured a Couple of Hundred THOUSAND dollars into Nebraska Races!! You know 30K here and 40K there, pretty soon it adds up.

    Every election its the same thing for the unions. So Paul do you have the courage to write the story?

    Didn't think so.

  10. Oh mander says:

    What they are doing is not illegal. People against the recall have the same rights to occupy that space and inform the public as the people collecting signatures. It is not voter intimidation because they are not voting – they are signing a petition. SS, you're looking for a scandal that isn't there.

    It is the same as that (Rupert Murdock funded) wing nut effort to (successfully) repeal affirmative action in NE a couple years back. Young people were hired to stand next to the signature collectors and make sure that 1. the signer knew what they were signing, and 2. ensure that every signature was collected legally. If everyone hates Suttle as much you all suggest then it shouldn't matter if their is a college student standing next to the petitioner.

    Aren't you conservatives supposed to be the Constitutional law experts? I suggest reading it some time…

  11. Anonymous says:

    OM- You are correct, each side has the right to work for the success of their effort.


    Put a blocker out there, some UNION thug, and video will be made. Try to block the people and Pictures will be taken.

    We The People are sick and tired of Union crap.

  12. Street Sweeper says:

    Oh Mander,

    Let me ask you this: If some PAID anti-recaller is there selling fake Rolexes out of a condor feather jacket, while someone is trying to sign, are the Recallers just supposed to stand there and NOT take a photo of said ILLEGAL activity?

    Who is watching the anti-recall watchers?

    Some of us have respect for the law.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Respect for the law? Like the recall committee members who engaged in electioneering activities *inside the election commission office* while people were voting early?

  14. GeosUser says:

    What I find amusing in the ad by Mayor Moron's backers is what isn't there. No statement that the Mayor has/is/will do a good job. When mentioning service cuts, you never hear/see the fire department mentioned…always just police. I guess that's because the fire union owns Suttle, Jerram, Intimidating petition signature gathering volunteers and potential petition signers…straight out of police/fire union thuggery playbook.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Because, the recall isn't about whether or not the mayor is doing a good job. That's not the standard. That standard is for an actual election.

    A recall is about criminal actions, abuse of power, or malfeasance. None of which the recall supporters alleged in their recall statement, because nothing Suttle has done meets those standards.

  16. Anonymous says:

    Tried to figure out who this 2nd year law student is. From what I can gather, here's a brief bio.

    She played doubles tennis for South Sioux in the 2002 State Tennis Meet.

    She was in the Honors program at UNO where she wrote a thesis on "The Art of War: Using Rape as a Strategy for Victory." Graduated UNO in 2007.

    Went to work as a Congressional staffer for Chuck Hagel in January 2008 as a constituent service representative. She held the position after !ohanns took over and it appears left that job in July '09 to start law skrewel.

    She opposes the recall effort because "There's a lot of great things Mayor Suttle has accomplished." (Oh yeah? Such as?)

  17. Anonymous says:

    Leavenworth Street becomes more like Objective Conservative every day…. Is Pat McPherson taking over for Street SweepeR?

  18. Right Wing Professor says:

    Ditto especially to number 3. In my experience with a previous petition, taking photos is a remarkably effective deterrent to petition blockers.

    I suspect that when you have outstanding warrants, you don't want your picture disseminated too publicly. 🙂

  19. Anonymous says:

    Sweeper, your word verification for comment posting is spitting out some suggestive words. This is a family site!

    I blame Google.

  20. Anonymous says:

    11:59 –

    Well, for one thing, he's managed to keep his sanity despite the fact that people like you have been calling for his recall since literally the minute he won the election.

  21. GeosUser says:

    Anonymoron @ 11:59,
    Show me in the recall statute where is says a recall is reserved solely for criminal actions, malfeasance, etc. Can't do so? Then you're a moron just like the rest of Suttle's supporters. Maybe the voters in Omaha are just fed up with just plain incompetence. That also is a sound and logical reason for recall.

  22. Anonymous says:

    anon 11:07. Union crap? You don't know anything. With out unions you would be making 40 cents an hour and have no benefits. You need to get a real education on what unions really do. Pitfull

  23. Anonymous says:

    It doesn't. But it's the standard most reasonable people use.

    Also a standard most reasonable people use: The side that calls people idiots and morons generally doesn't win the hearts and minds of undecideds.

  24. Anonymous says:

    Ho, Ho, Ho. It is not the Democrats who are famous for stealing election, or recalls when they don't win in the first place. I think that party with that rep is called, oh let me see. oh yes the REPUBLICAN party. Also called, the rich white man's party. No one else allowed. Some times called the sore losers party. Or in other cases. We are so dumb party.

  25. Nick Naylor says:

    anon 12:37

    I promise you I am not rich. Just don't like union thugs taking away my personal liberties.

    And what does race have to do with anything?

  26. GeosUser says:

    Anonymoron @ 12:34,
    Reasonable people wouldn't stand for an incompetent plumber, electrician, carpenter, auto mechanic, doctor, lawyer, or even an engineer and wouldn't hesitate to replace an incompetent in their private business dealings. Only a moron would think it's "reasonable" to keep one running a city when he continues to demonstrate his incompetence at every opportunity.

  27. Anonymous says:

    Geouser, read the comment at 11:59 again. I don't think it said what you think it said.

    And Ho, Ho, Ho at 12:37, if it's just about sore loserdom and trying to trying to revoke the outcome of an election, then why was there never an effort to recall Fahey?

    This guy has acted like a jackass from his first day in office. He's returned election help by granting political favors to police and fire unions, which have come at the expense of taxpayers. He deserves to be yanked from office.

    This law student running the anti-recall effort needs to review the laws dealing with recalls. Nowhere in the law does it say that you can only have a recall if the mayor commits a crime. You can have a recall anytime We the People want one. And for any reason we choose.

    Spare us the lectures; instead, try explaining what great and wonderful things Jim "Oz" Suttle has done for the people of Omaha who don't belong to police and fire unions.

  28. Anonymous says:

    if it's just about sore loserdom and trying to trying to revoke the outcome of an election, then why was there never an effort to recall Fahey?

    Man, you guys have really bad memories.

  29. Anonymous says:

    No one's saying that's what's in the law. They're saying that's the standard that most reasonable people – people who aren't motivated by the fact that they lost the election and still can't get over it – use.

    You're trivializing the process.

  30. NOT UNION BOUGHT! says:

    If We the People are fortunate we may be electing individuals who will start some inquires into all the Union activities. I hope the Fire, Police, and Teachers Union's are investigated for where all the dues are spent.

    Oh, and since the Public Sector Unions are working so hard to influence elections, I think their books should be opened up for all to see.

    I sure hope the Legislature makes some significant changes to the CIR too!!

  31. Anonymous says:

    Smartass at 1:20, calling that a "recall effort" is like calling Meister/Boyle a legitimate threat to Heineman's re-election.

    The point was that there was no effort to reverse Fahey's election by use of a recall. The "recall" that you're talking about failed to garner the needed signatures and happened at the tail end of his 8 years in office.

    C'mon, twit. What you said didn't change my point at all. If it's about sore loserdom, then explain why only the most feeble of recall attempts was orchestrated at the 11th hour of Fahey's tenure.

    Is that better?

  32. Anonymous says:

    Anon 1230: I am not rich and I am not a man, but I am white. Is that why President Obama suggested that I sit in the back. It's because I am white, not because I am Republican?

    Now I really want to know if Tom White will sue President Obama for me. He is attempting to violate my civil rights and he has deep pockets!

  33. Anonymous says:

    How does Mike Fahey enter into this at all? Fahey beat Friend badly, and Daub had just been repudiated by the voters.

    Look through the comments on this blog. The drumbeat for a recall started before Suttle even took office.

  34. Anonymous says:

    Uh, so all of you who are complaining about the crooked fire union?

    Have you happened to check how much money your hero Lee Terry has taken from the IAFF?

  35. Anonymous says:

    A candidate taking money from a public safety group? Say it isn't so! Besides, I checked the FEC reports and that money comes from a national association of FF.

    What Unions have given Tom White money?

    Poor Tom, he can only get Thug Unions to support him, poor baby.

    Oh, I also see that Tom White is officially trying to buy himself a Congressional Seat.

    "I wish I had $78,000 laying around to spend." As said by a bitter old woman with a smirk on her face.

    Tell Tom White that this Congressional Seat is not for sale! Vote for Lee Terry on November 2nd and then run and hide because Tom White might come punch you in the face.

  36. Anonymous says:

    Congressional race may not be for sale, but it sure looks like the Legislative races are, if "Don't forget you hat" Petey Ricketass has his way!

  37. future polling place watcher says:

    It sure seems we have a lot of sore losers around here disrupting campaign season. Daub and his "thugs" are trying to recall the mayor and Ricketts throwing around his daddie's money.

    Can't we just vote on the issues anymore. Grab a voter's guide, become informed, and make a decision.

    I didn't care what Daub and Ricketts thought then, and I don't care now.

    My vote is not for sale…

  38. Macdaddy says:

    %%()&%&)%%#&** you Sweeper for posting that video of the 3rd CD debate. I wasted 4 minutes of my time before I realized that nothing of substance was going to come up. I want those minutes back! You owe me.

  39. Macdaddy says:

    Anon 12:33; So the 92.8% of non-government employees are somehow surviving on 40 cents an hour? I'm pretty sure my paycheck is a little bigger than that and I have never been in a union.

  40. Anonymous says:

    I have bashed Dick Holland on here before for funding Jane and the Fondas. But I am embarrassed to be a republican today. If Ricketts wants to support a candidate, so be it. But putting in money to just bash the other side is just wrong. Why not give it to the Party and let them decide whom to support. I have more faith in the state party leadership than I do in Ricketts. It does smell of of being a poor sport.

  41. Anonymous says:


    – Local union supports local candidates for city office. Said union is considered corrupt and donations to local candidates considered dirty.

    – Same union, at the direction of the local, gives money from its national PAC to federal candidates. Donations are meaningful contributions from dedicated public servants.

    Funny how that works, huh?

  42. Anonymous says:


    You, are a fool, quit acting like I am.

    BTW, he is also taking lot's of money from the Democrat House Leadership. You think that won't come at a price?

    Wait, Tom already made his down payment to the Democrat House Leadership when he, VERY PUBLICLY, jumped on board the Obama/Pelosi/NelsonCare party bus (and he has taken $5000 from Ben Nelson, too!).

    Tom White even signed on to support that crap ass bill when it GUARANTEED (that was in caps for all of you people that have bought White's BS)that "at least one plan offered" under the public option include abortion on demand services. That was known as the Degett Amendment after the House Member from Colorado that annually gives a floor speech about the right to publicly funded abortions for women incarcerated in Federal prisons.

    Poor Tom, how's your conscience these days? I guess you could say that Tom White is a Ben Nelson style independent thinker.

  43. Anonymous says:

    Anybody heard of The Leadership Committee? They sent out mailers against Scott Lautenbaugh and they didn't show up on google.

  44. Anonymous says:

    Macaddy your ignorance shows again. With out unions and what they did for America the corporations would run rough shod over the working person. Before unions, people had no protection or any opportunity to make their life's better while at a work place. This included a decent working wage. When will you and the every day person who votes republican learn that the corporations you worship do not care about you in any way. They use you to get their super large tax breaks. They will ship your job over seas in a heart beat. The abuses of corporation run so extreme that if they make a mistake and it costs you your life while working they will will blame a dead person. Please try to get educated on these matters. Because so many pro union and pro democratic party people are sick and tired of carrying your ass over the finish line.

  45. Les Seanow says:

    %%()&%&)%%#&** it Macdaddy, what did you expect? Adrone's friendlies ran the show. Did you expect them to make him actually answer difficult questions? Fat chance!

  46. Anonymous says:

    Uh, I'm not the one who said taking union money was evil, that unions were thugs, etc. That was you guys.

    And, as I remember all of you saying, the firefighters union is one of the worst. And the national firefighters union gives money to the candidate on the local organization's endorsement.

    Lee Terry has taken tons of money from the firefighters union since he was a member of the city council. Does he get a pass because he's a Republican?

  47. Anonymous says:

    Bud is back at 6:47 p.m.

    Bud, why did you stop using your nickname? Huh?

    (I think I know but I'm curious what lame excuse you'd use.)

  48. Anonymous says:

    SS 7:11 I understand. I would hate to think there are people on this blog who would not mind that happening.But i bet there are. So on they other item. I was trying to say what is it about the right wing and violence this year? The lady who got beat up by the Paul Rand supporter the other day. I thought it was first a colored video of the NAZIS beating up Jews. The tea party people bringing guns to rallies to show off and scare people who would be anti tea party. Or Sharon Angle saying we need to do 2nd amendment rights on Congress if they don't change. Or the Senate candidate from Alaska, Joe Miller whose security handcuffed a reporter for 25 minutes. Democrat or Republican it does not matter those things are not right. We need to get violence out of our elections and our life's. I hope all can agree with that. Right now though I only see the right getting violent.

  49. Clay Davis says:

    You think I got time to ask why somebody givin' me money, or who he givin' it to? I'll take any mother****** money if he givin' it away!


  50. Ricky says:

    The idea to pay somebody 150 bucks to poll watch is a really dumb idea.
    Once again Mayor Suttle shows his tin ear for politics.
    It's unnecessary and sends the wrong message.
    It's not surprising, if not dumb and fruitless, the recall effort for Omaha's Mayor.

    ricky from omaha

  51. Macdaddy says:

    "Because so many pro union and pro democratic party people are sick and tired of carrying your ass over the finish line."

    Wow. It must really hurt that I am so ungrateful for your generous and selfless actions. Feel free to quit trying to do me any "favors."

  52. Anonymous says:

    Well it is now less than 7 days until We The People throw the bums out and begin the difficult work of repairing the damage done.

    In a way we need to be grateful for what Obama and the libs have done. For they have awakened the masses, and now they are really ticked off!

    Just need everybody to cinch their chin straps, lower their shoulders, and plow through the crap storm of Liberal Media, tricks, and lies. OH and keep a cell phone camera handy for union thugs.

  53. Anonymous says:

    Anon 728, wrong again. If you think Lee Terry gets a pass, you should read some of the comments that your Lib friends are posting about him. Maybe the Congressman gets a pass because the ONLY Union that will give him money is the IAFF and that is because of a long history of public safety votes.

    You should check out his votes on actual safety issues while on the Council and in Congress.

    They support based on who will suport them having the physical tools they need (whether that be safety laws or equipment) to do their job which is to keep the public alive during and after an accident-that's why hundreds of firefighters run into and toward burning buildings, bombed out skyscrapers and smoking cars.

    I would guarantee the the person you most want to see when you are having a heart attack, when a family member is hurt while playing sports or when you or your child is in a car accident is a firefight.

    Firefighters and Paramedics save lives, plain and simple. Maybe that's why they wouldn't endorse Tom White. He's more interested in causing fights after drinking than walking away-he even said that you should never walk away from a fight in one of the debate!

  54. Hypocrite says:

    Anon 9:12 – perhaps you should cut and paste your post in an email to Pete Ricketts, Mike Simmonds, Jean Stothert, Dave Nabity and Tom Becka…

  55. Anonymous says:

    Gary DiSilvestro is running the Anti-Recall campaign. This guy is pretty shaddy. I wonder why he left working for county government?

  56. Anonymous says:

    What constitutes a "good birthday party" for Tom White?

    There is nothing in the paper about him punching anyone in the parking lot anywhere last night, so, I guess it must have been alright.

  57. Anonymous says:

    What will the Legislature do without White there? Or Conrad? Or Rogert?

    Sure will keep the whining down. Poor Mello and Nordquist will have to do all the complaining. Haar will have to pick up the slack too. Course it will be interesting if it comes to fruition.

    5 less libs in Lincoln means the people are safer.

  58. Anonymous says:

    If DiSylvestro is running the anti recall effort it explains the same ole stuff we are seeing. Who put Suttle in a parka while we weres sweating in flip flops? That had to be the lamest ad campaign now replaced by some of those in this year's congressional race.

    If DiSylvestro is on board, can his business partner, Samp, be far behind…so to speak.

  59. Anonymous says:

    Is Tom going to give back any of the money he has made suing the City of Omaha, Douglas County and all its taxpayers? I guess not since he funneled $78,000 of it into his Congressional Campaign.

    Tom White has taken more money from more corrupt politicians and Unions than any other Democrat running this year in Nebraska.

    Will he give back any of the Auto Workers Union money that he has taken? How about the Electricians or the Steamfitters? I wonder what the multiple Unions and countless Democrat Members of Congress want from Tom in exchange for their support? I am sure it's a punch in the face and threats-yea, that's why they are giving him cash for his campaign, they want him to come out and argue with them.

  60. Anonymous says:

    I signed up because I need the extra $150 bucks. Not sure if I will actually sign the recall petition or not. What I will be doing is making sure the recall petitions are done legally and properly. There is nothing wrong with that and is a safeguard to ensure our democratic process. Thanks for calling me a goon. If this is the mindset of the recallers than I think it makes me not want to sign.

  61. Street Sweeper says:

    Hey, in our pretend ad, we said Forward Omaha "MAY" have "paid Goons".

    So, your Goon-yness is up to you.

    Are you a Goon, or are you a Noog?

    (Similar to how Joanie Cunningham called Potsie Webber a "dren".)

  62. Anonymous says:

    Ignoronymous at 9:57, right wing violence? WTF are you talking about? At that same debate where the Move-on chick was "footed" (not really a stomp, more of a shove) a different lib stomped (yes, stomped) on the walking cast of a female Rand Paul supporter and actually drew blood. The Move-on chick looked none the worse for wear, actually. But the libs drew blood. Same event.

    And, if it didn't violate Sweeper's link policy, I could show you pictures of a Bobby Jindahl staffer with a shattered leg and her boyfriend with a broken jaw after they were attacked by libs following a Republican fundraiser at Brennan's Restaurant in New Orleans earlier this year.

    And then there was African-American Tea Party supporter who was attacked and beaten up by some SEIU Union Thugs in St. Louis. That one was on video. And then there was the conservative blogger who was trying to ask questions of the Massachusetts Dem Senate candidate who was running against Scott Brown. He got decked by a Nat'l Dem Party consultant who was in town helping her with her unsuccessful race.

    So, right wing violence? Bullshit. You'd maybe know more about what's going on in this world if you didn't get all your news and information from Chris Matthews and the Daily Kos.

  63. Anonymous says:

    Sweeper, with your permission, I'd like to somehow post a photo of the female Jindahl staffer writhing on the ground in pain with a broken leg while her boyfriend sits nearby with blood on his shirt and a broken jaw.

    Nice picture showing what completely peace-loving and non-violent today's leftists are.

    If the Tea Partiers were as non-violent as the leftists these days, that Move-on chick would be in the hospital rather than posing for news cameras.

  64. Anonymous says:

    By the way, the Jindal staffer who was attacked was a young lady named Allee Bautsch.

    They broke her friggin leg. She had to have surgery. And some liberal twit from Omaha is having a case of the vapors over some Move-on chick who, by her own description, wasn't treated nicely.

    Yeah, right wing violence. You betcha.

  65. Anonymous says:

    I hate wasting my valuable work time, but as usual someone must debunk some of the crap posted here. In the case of Allee Bautsch, the suspects are "2 dirty men" who sound like they were drunk and possibly homeless. Now I know that in many of your deranged minds, this is an accurate profile of all Democrats. There is NO evidence that the attack was by protesters at the Republican event. Now in Kentucky the buffoon who beat the MoveOn person until she had a concussion was Rand Paul's Bourbon County coordinator. And he now says that she should apologize to him! Typically you folks rely on twisting the facts to come up with some equivalence to brutish behavior sponsored by your candidates and their employees.

  66. Anonymous says:

    Moronymous at 4:26, I know a good deal more about the attack on Allee Bautsch than you do, trust me. It was a politically motivated attack, pure and simple. I'd post links but those are discouraged around here. There was a large and aggressive group of protesters at Brennans than night. They tried to break into the restaurant and the staff had to barricade the doors. Allee and her boyfriend were followed from Brennans and attacked. They weren't robbed. They were beaten. Nice try, but you're the one who's full of crap.

  67. Anonymous says:

    Honestly, you Republican people are turning into a bunch of pansy-livered Democrats. Think about what going to the polls means in Afghanistan or Iraq, shut up, sign your petition and cast your vote. Are you really that frightened? Your corporate masters have already bought this election and the next 3 after that.
    If you want to worry about something, worry about this: The Bush Supreme court has allowed Big Labor and the Fortune 500 to disenfranchise an entire country of voters. The only way that will be undone is with bloodshed and bullets.

  68. Anonymous says:

    8:59, that's strictly your opinion that's not backed up by any credible news reporting. I've scanned through quite a few articles in coming to my conclusion. Some of the attackee's fellow Republicans made the comment that "she deserved it", so it would be just as credible to believe a fellow Repub did this. After reading many articles on this, it just appears to be a random beating by homeless men. But no surprise that your view of your "facts" differs from reality. A common trait I've found in right-wingers is the inability to see the truth if it conflicts with pre-conceived notions and ideology.

  69. Anonymous says:

    I wasn't going to sign the recall peitition, but now that the anti-recallers are paying people to watch and persuade people from signing…count me in. At least the recall supporters are VOLUNTEERING their time to something they believe in.

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