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Support Love!

Support Gay Marriage, uphold EQUALITY. Takes less than a minute! In addition to the likely court ruling on same-sex marriage, the issue may be headed back to the ballot: Opponents of gay marriage have been collecting signatures to qualify measures for the June 2006 vote that would ban same-sex marriage. 1. Call the Governor: 916-445-2841 (This number is listed at 2. Push: 2 (voice your opinion on legislation) 3. Push: 1 (gender-neutral marriage bill - Senate Bill 849) 4. And push: 1 to support marriage equality Thanks! in honor of the fight, a new draft of " ThisLoveHasAlwaysExisted ", funnier and more "ooomph", a bit more complete i think...also sent it to Arnold! ThisLoveHasAlwaysExisted (originally written for the black community, from an African-american queer) Once was a dude named Saul, in the Bible look him up under Paul. Raised Jew, he made it his business to pursue Christians right after Christ died and left fo

mmmhmm, women making MAD MONEY!

From The National Enquirer , for those enquiring minds BRAD PITT dropped a bomb on Warner Bros., informing them that ex-wife JENNIFER ANISTON is phasing out of their jointly owned Plan B production company — so he secretly took it to Paramount Pictures and signed a three-year deal! Fast-moving Warner honchos instantly inked Jennifer, who'll star in and/or exec-produce 20 flicks in a five-year mega-deal that'll make her one of Hollywood's most powerful women. (Holy GEE, Ho'lie!)


The same day Brown wrote Chertoff, Brown also urged local fire and rescue departments outside Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi not to send trucks or emergency workers into disaster areas without an explicit request for help from state or local governments. Brown said it was vital to coordinate fire and rescue efforts. Read More

Kanye West Rips Bush During NBC Concert

Kanye West Rips Bush During NBC Concert By FRAZIER MOORE, AP Television Writer 7 minutes ago It began, fittingly enough, with jazz from New Orleans natives Harry Connick Jr. and Wynton Marsalis. But "A Concert for Hurricane Relief," a heartfelt and dignified benefit aired on NBC and other networks Friday night, took an unexpected turn thanks to the outspoken rapper Kanye West. Appearing two-thirds through the program, he claimed "George Bush doesn't care about black people" and said America is set up "to help the poor, the black people, the less well-off as slow as possible." READ MORE Here's to hoping that people take his words as TRUTH and not as JUST "emotions running high". Would it surprise YOU if Bush/his advisors made a decision to let GOD DO AS HE WISHED...cleansing a city of sin? A city that's also lost its value to Repbulicans by electing Democrats, a city 70 percent black, MANY poor...but perhaps it's best to keep i


[2007 edit: This was a live blog I did while watching Katrina unfold, staring in horror in front of the tv; thinking about quitting my job and hitching a ride - - thinking people must be going there, but they weren't and I haven't been back. Yet.] hate to say it, but it's looking more and more like the reason for the pathetic response: new orleans = less than 27% white, black 67%) watching cnn right now, brid. gen david grange, in charge of forces in new orleans "you have to have men on the ground to help keep people safe from those that would do us wrong. so it takes time" -in response to a question re: slow response time... Went on to say: "With unplanned contingineces, the forces have to be larger, plan for the unexpected, this is a great example of that "In early 2004, as the cost of the conflict in Iraq soared, President Bush proposed spending less than 20 percent of what the Corps sa

Just so you know who to blame for New Orleans...same shit different day...Anti Rape Condom

<------Protest Panties from Did New Orleans Catastrophe Have to Happen? 'Times-Picayune' Had Repeatedly Raised Federal Spending Issues ...Yet after 2003, the flow of federal dollars toward SELA dropped to a trickle. The Corps never tried to hide the fact that the spending pressures of the war in Iraq, as well as homeland security -- coming at the same time as federal tax cuts -- was the reason for the strain. At least nine articles in the Times-Picayune from 2004 and 2005 specifically cite the cost of Iraq as a reason for the lack of hurricane- and flood-control dollars. Newhouse News Service, in an article posted late Tuesday night at The Times-Picayune Web site, reported: "No one can say they didn't see it coming. ... Now in the wake of one of the worst storms ever, serious questions are being asked about the lack of preparation." In early 2004, as the cost of the conflict in Iraq soared, President Bush proposed spending less than 20 perce