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Obama Mix par Z-Trip

by nhoizey
Mlle Eddie nous a dégoté un excellent mix de Z-Trip militant clairement pour l'élection d'Obama, avec de la bonne musique à l'intérieur

McCain Shop at Vote for John McCains V.P. campaign buttons in 2008 horse race for President & Vice President. Current Polling results from votes.

by uaw
John McCains VP vice-president campaign buttons poll for 08 presidential election. BUTTON POLL The rules of the GOP Shoppe's Vice Presidential Button Poll are simple - every button sold counts as one vote for that potential running mate. The potential Vice Presidential candidates used in this poll are purely speculation and in no way reflect any official choices. As in past VP Button Polls, we welcome any other suggestions to add to the list. No active Presidential candidates will be added to the list. Vote as early and as often as you like, you could affect the future of one VP hopeful. See the current status of your choice on the Current VP Button Poll Results page.

John Mccaint

by springnet
Look out Chuck Norris, Sylvester’s comin’ after you. He’s comin’ after you and he’s going to get you. You better run! Chuck, you can run but you can’t hide!” - John McCain


The military's battle over Donald Rumsfeld -

by multilinko (via)
Arizona's East Valley Tribune reports that Sen. John McCain (R) of Arizona said he agrees with the generals who have criticized Rumsfeld, but that the president has the right to have the people he wants in key positions. "I was asked a long time ago, I think a year and a half or two years ago, if I had confidence in Secretary Rumsfeld. I was asked that directly. I said, 'No,'" the Republican senator said during a news conference at his Phoenix office. "But the president has the right and earned the right as the president of the United States to appoint his team — and he has confidence in Secretary Rumsfeld. I will continue to work with Secretary Rumsfeld as much as I can as long as he is secretary of Defense. We have to, because we need to win this war."

2005 - Bush surrenders on torture ban

by multilinko (via)
In a political about-face, George W. Bush has bowed to the inevitable, agreeing to a blanket U.S. ban on torture and ceding the moral high ground to long-time rival John McCain. Bush had threatened to use his presidential veto for the first time to block McCain's measures and Dick Cheney lobbied Republicans to give U.S. intelligence agents immunity, earning him the moniker "Vice-President for Torture." After a Wednesday congressional vote, in which 121 Republicans bucked Bush, the U.S. president sat in the Oval Office with McCain yesterday, praising the Arizona senator he had beaten for the 2000 Republican presidential nomination. "Senator McCain has been a leader to make sure that the United States of America upholds the values of America as we fight and win this war on terror," Bush said.

House Backs McCain on Detainees, Defying Bush - New York Times

by multilinko
In an unusual bipartisan rebuke to the Bush administration, the House on Wednesday overwhelmingly endorsed Senator John McCain's measure to bar cruel and inhumane treatment of prisoners in American custody anywhere in the world.

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