What Obama should have done by now…
Obama has been in office for a whole month, by this time all wars and hunger should have ended. I’m starting to think he’s a fraud…
…which means tomorrow the world can finally wake up from this media frenzy and realize there are far more important things worry about.
But hopefully without a Republican president in the White House.
PS- For a great coverage in Portuguese check this out.
Vote Obama & Biden, Originally uploaded by guillebravo6
How will McCain respond to that one??
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Where the oil in Iraq goes to…
To ease the deportation process the Immigration and Customs Enforcement, between 2003 and 2007, has been injecting detainees with psychotropic drugs while trying to shuttle them out of the country….
Lawsuit: ICE drugging detainees set for deportation – CNN.com [via Zero de Conduta]
Who has the oil versus who spends it… [via Zero De Conduta (in portuguese)]
PS – Death penalty in
civilized “western-like industrialized” countries is not an exclusive of the United States. By the way, both the US and Japan couldn’t apply to the European Union.
I would turn American just to vote in next year’s election!
Stephen Colbert announces presidential bid, but is it the truth or truthiness? | The Social – CNET News.com
U.S. Rep. Pete Stark “Comes Out” as an Atheist
The US may well see a woman or a black guy as president on a near future, but to have a non-believer in the White House Hell must freeze over and the Devil himself must become a Buddhist monk first…
…Bad career move.
BAGHDAD — — A car bomb blew up in the capital’s Shiite Muslim neighborhood of Sadr City on Thursday, killing at least four people, as a new survey suggested that the civilian death toll from the war could be more than 1 million.
The United States accuses Iran’s Shiite leaders of providing weapons, training and other assistance to Shiite militias fighting U.S. forces in Iraq. Iran denies the accusation. [LA Times]
It’s getting obvious which country will be liberated next year, allowing millions of people, for the first time in their history, to experience things such as peace, religious tolerance, freedom of speech and the American way of life…