lthuedk commented on the diary post ALERT FDLers! Nation of Change is spamming emails with requests for donations. by Liz Berry.
There are only two things I’d like to say: 1. Those who work for Nation of Change are volunteers. 2. I am as Progressive as you will find on FDL or the entire Internet. I would suggest researching before going off half-cocked on those uninvolved, surprised and fucking innocent. http://light-to-dark.com/Six_By_Twelve.html http://light-to-dark.com/Stephen_Pitt_Cartoons.html Why do some Progressives [...]
lthuedk commented on the blog post Obama to Eliminate Elizabeth Warren as Head of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
That’s three strikes, Mr. President.
lthuedk commented on the blog post New Kansas Abortion Law Succeeds in Shutting Down Its First Clinic
One of my older cartoons gave me a wish list check-off…
Just add to grovelling Palin-bots a few thousand bats and Fox “News” and stir.
And when the NSA and TSA invade our space, or the Treasury confiscates/invades our private property without cause, should we consider it’s act one of war?
lthuedk commented on the blog post Dem Party of Wisconsin: Expect at Least Six Recall Elections
N O T P. U. !
lthuedk commented on the diary post Photos and Stories from the Protests for Bradley Manning by Brian Sonenstein.
Thank you, Firedoglake and every one of your Parts, for re-igniting the spark. Damn good down deep.
lthuedk commented on the blog post Court Denies Scott Bloch & DOJ Collusive Attempt To Withdraw Plea
Wow, EW. Thank you…and you *know* how much. What a great good morning.
lthuedk commented on the blog post Bradley Manning’s New Charges: “Bringing Discredit upon the Armed Forces”
Throw the kitchen at Manning and hope the sink sticks.
If I saw evidence of crime and reported it, then I should be punished? Is that what the military is telling me? The helicopter gunship’s entire crew committed crimes that should have been reported. They were, finally. And since Manning was smart enough to know the brass would conceal the crime, did the only thing he was bound, by code, to do.
I’d turn them in as well. I don’t think all the military prisons in the U.S. could house those that would-just because it is clearly stated in the military code of conduct.