Friday, May 25, 2007

Political Socializing In NYC

From A Few Different Websites
Love Poems
Dating Advice
The Love Teachings Of Kama Sutra

Brooklyn for Barack BBQ May 26, 2007 at 12:00 PM
Union Square Walk for Change Jun 9, 2007 at 11:00 AM

Long Walk To Freedom
Long Walk To Freedom: Just A Third World Guy Dazzled By The City

In The News

Barack Responds to Romney and McCain This country is united in our support for our troops, but we also owe them a plan to relieve them of the burden of policing someone else’s civil war. Governor Romney and Senator McCain clearly believe the course we are on in Iraq is working, but I do not. And if there ever was a reflection of that it's the fact that Senator McCain required a flack jacket, ten armored Humvees, two Apache attack helicopters, and 100 soldiers with rifles by his side to stroll through a market in Baghdad just a few weeks ago. Governor Romney and Senator McCain are still supporting a war that has cost us thousands of lives, made us less safe in the world, and resulted in a resurgence of al-Qaeda. It is time to end this war so that we can redeploy our forces to focus on the terrorists who attacked us on 9/11 and all those who plan to do us harm.
Video: Ted Sorensen on Barack's Leadership
Barack at Yearly Kos

Facebook Opens Up Forbes
Facebook Lets Advertisers Reach Members Via Free AppClickZ News
Myanmar Extends Suu Kyi's House Arrest
Washington Post
Obama Rallies Philadelphia May 22 Elites TV
Sorcery banned in Bihar district
Sadr, the anti-American Shiite cleric, resurfaces in Iraq
International Herald Tribune
Yushchenko Puts Ukrainian Troops Under Presidential Control Bloomberg
Israel steps up Hamas crackdown
Monsters and
Google launches translation feature Milwaukee Business Journal lets users now enter search requests in their language, and then click on a link to have the resulting Web pages translated. .... Google said it expects the service to be used extensively outside the U.S. and U.K. ..... Arabic, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, Korean, traditional Chinese and simplified Chinese.
GOP pounce on Clinton, Obama MSNBC 76% believe things are going badly in Iraq; another 76% say the troop surge has made no impact or has made things worse; and 63% believe the US should set a date for withdrawing troops next year.

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