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Ron Paul turns 72
Monday, August 20, 2007
Clinton vs. Romney III

Presidential Candidate Ron Paul, born August 20, 1935, turned 72 on Monday. He is an OB/GYN who has delivered thousands of babies. Happy birthday Dr. Paul!

What else about him?

According to Wikipedia:

He wants to bring the gold standard back to the dollar.

He pledged to never violate Habeas Corpus.

Paul is opposed to reintroduction of the military draft.

Paul was Co-Sponsor of H.R. 2592, the States' Rights to Medical Marijuana and answers "Yes" to the question "Should marijuana be a medical option?"

In June 2003, Paul voted against a Constitutional amendment to state that Congress shall have the power to prohibit the physical desecration of the flag of the United States.

Ron Paul opposes the death penalty.

He voted against the "No Child Left Behind Act."

From His campaign website:

He has never voted to increase the power of the executive branch.

He voted against the Patriot Act.

He voted against the Iraq war.

These are all good positions in my book. Of course he's taken some other positions I don't like, but that's not the point of this post. The post is to talk about the positions I do like, which are enough to swing my vote to Ron the primary. Then Hillary in the general when she takes on Romney. The election is going to be "Clinton vs. Romney." And I'd like to hold on to regain BurlingtonPol's #1 Google rating for the phrase "Clinton vs. Romney."

Also, Democrat Bill Richardson, the governor of New Mexico recently told Melissa Ethridge he thought homosexuality is a choice. How come nobody ever asks if being straight is a choice? Both questions are stupid. Huh. "Come to my window..." I just got that. It's not that subtle, actually. "Crawl inside. Wait by the light of the moon. Come to my window. I'll be home soon." Hot. And not as metaphorically over the top as driving into the fucking Grand Canyon like Thelma and Louise. Now that's really not subtle.

So, again- Happy Birthday Dr. Ron Paul, BurlingtonPol's Septuagenarian OB/GYN of the day! Thanks for digging the Constitution, and shit.

(Filed under "Yolanda is my Co-Pilot," and "Clinton vs. Romney.")
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 8:07 PM   8 comments
Luis Guzmán
Saturday, August 18, 2007
Koko and I ran into Luis Guzmán. at the University Mall. I asked him what he's doing in Vermont. He told me he lives in Vermont. Huh. Did you know that?
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Friday, August 17, 2007
1995 Honda Accord, 4 Door, Automatic. Runs. 112,000 miles, Needs radiator replacement, rear bumper replacement and inspection. $600.00 or best offer. Cash only. Call 999-6191 weekdays afer 5pm.
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Clinton vs. Romney II

Seeing Philip Baruth shaking hands with Barak Obama at VDB the other day was quite a thing. It almost makes me feel bad for creating this dark, ultra-sarcastic, Colbert-esque image of the man. I have already stated my intention to vote for Ron Paul in the Republican primary and Hillary in the general. The Ron Paul thing I can be sure about, but obviously I can't say for sure Clinton will be the Democratic nominee, despite the fact I'm sure she will be. Charity- if Ron Paul becomes the Republican nominee- I'll vote for him in the general. I'm sure Romney will be the Republican nominee, but if it's Paul, I'll vote for Paul. That way I'm not a hypocrite, right? I'm not a "cross-over" voter because I'm not a Democrat (even though I am a liberal), I'm an independent, and, after all- I'm a Vermonta. I do what I wanta.

But the point of this post is to say I have nothing against Obama, and of course I would vote for him if he won the Democratic nomination, unless of course Ron Paul happens to win the Republican nomination, in which case I'll vote for Paul. Obama was right on the war and that's huge. Not only that, Poopsie likes Obama and when Koko heard us talking about him while swinging on the swings at Smith School playground this afternoon (yes we were all swinging- Yanna too) he literally starting singing his name in a completely natural, lyrical way, with an honesty only a two year old can pull-off. "O-baaaa-maaa, O-baaa-maaa" he sang as he swang. It was ridiculous. I had to rethink my support for Hillary Clinton for five seconds. In voting for the war, she failed the one major test of her political life, or both major tests if you count health care fourteen years ago. She's my candidate, unless it's Ron Paul. But if Obama beats her, he is, unless it's Ron Paul. Confused? You won't be, after this episode of "Soap!"

Why do I still support Hillary after the mean things I just said about her? Well for one- She's gonna be the Democratic nominee. For two- I want Bill back in the White House, and I want Al Gore to have influence. And for three- I'd like to see a woman president for a change. I felt that way about about mayor last time too and I was with Baruth on Hinda up to the point in the campaign when she started sucking so bad and when Bob Kiss started kicking so much ass. No pun intended. Literally.

But the presidential race is not the mayoral race to me. Shit's so fucked up at the national level that I'm willing to tolerate someone calculating and less than pure. Indeed I want somebody like that, because I want to actually win the fucking election. If we don't elect a Democrat or Ron Paul in 2008, the fucking nation will cease to be.

Hillary Clinton is a calculating, sell-out. So fucking what? So was Bill, and he was the greatest president of the twenty-first century and one of the greatest of the twentieth! But despite all that- A president of the United States who has carried a child will have a magical power beyond any man's wildest dreams- and she could spark a new enlightenment, not to mention save America, which she better fucking do. What the hell do you want from me? I'm a pragmatic liberal feminist straight, generally white man with a libertarian streak. Put in that context, my presidential picks should make a lot of sense.
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AbuG vs. Democracy
Friday, August 10, 2007
Are you gonna bark all day, little doggy, or are you gonna bite?

Alberto Gonzales is Mr. Blonde, the sicko torturer who cuts off the cop's ear. He asks Senator Leahy, playing the roll of Mr. White...

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Decelles and Sousie on CCTV
Thursday, August 09, 2007
I just caught a little of Paul Decelles (councilor R-W7) and Alan Sousie (chair, board of health, mayors budget task force member-R) on channel 17. Sousie was mentioning some recommendations the task force came up with, including consolidation of the Mansfield Ave and Champlain Street fire stations.

Sousie praised Jonathon Leopold's leadership of the 24 member task force and complimented the administration on sticking to its promise of keeping budget growth around 3%.

Actually it would have been 3%, but for the rediculous increase in health insurance premiums. It's time for a single-payer national health care system that covers everyone. Our current system is barbaric. A single, national socialized health insurance plan paid for with taxes is what I propose. To achieve this I would expand the medicare system to cover everyone from birth to death, including immigrants legal or otherwise (ie all US persons), allowing what remains of the private insurance industry to adapt or attrit away.

Sousie also said that 85% of the general fund pays for personnel and benefits which he called "outrageous." Is it outrageous? I wouldn't think so if I worked for the city. The starting wage is $16.67 per hour. Can you imagine the financial security of making that kind of money? I'd think it was just fine.

Of course, I don't make that kind of money, so I'm free to think however I want. If 85% for personnel is correct as Alan Sousie says, I'd like to see that come down. I'd prefer to see redirected funds split between bricks and mortar and debt reduction. Maybe the starting wage could come down to $15, too. That would still be pretty incredible.

Sousie said another task force recommendation that will likely be implemented is an increase in the fees for burial plots in the city's cemeteries. He said one possibility for offsetting these inevitable increases might be moving some of the cemetery trust's money from CDs to some kind of sexier investments. A word to the wise- leave the money where it is.

Then some caller called complaining about the city not paying down a 17m loan from the state. Then it came out that it's a 0% loan. Hey caller- It's a zero percent loan. We'll get around to paying it in a thousand years or so, when inflation has made the payback negligible. Think of it as a put-option.

The caller also mentioned the loss of specialty filaments and the reduced staff at GE. What about getting jobs in the city? Yes. What about it?

I think if I were ever mayor, I'd send teams of white collar geeks to New York City to convince them to move some corporate cubicles to Burlington. The company I work for (just picture office space: "What would you say it is that you do here?") gets contract work because they can undercut the pay offered in major metropolitan areas. Let's face it the starting wage here is not what it is in the big city. We'll work for less. You could convince a few middle managers to move to Vermont pretty easily. They're probably dying to get out of the city. They set up their corporate cubical shops in our town and bang. Jobs.

Oh what else? Paul Decelles said he and his wife Kirstin counted something like 37 "for sale" signs on North Ave the other day, speculating high property taxes are to blame. Who knows? That could be part of it, but I also think it's important to note that in our neck of the woods (the new north end) the folks are getting really old. Just look at my parents, for example. My mom's old and my dad's ancient, to borrow a phrase from Henry Fonda in On Golden Pond. People can't keep these big 1960s suburban homes up anymore, or their kids have left and it's too much house for them. Property taxes are undoubtedly one factor in the high number of homes for sale on North Ave, but there are many others like an aging population, and perhaps the end of the remortgage boon.


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BurlingtonPol Readership Shrinks to 7
Tuesday, August 07, 2007
What the headline says. This blog gets most of its hits nowadays from people in the Boston area Googling Sera Congi, and people everywhere in the world Googling Masonic imagery. The average American savings rate is less than zero.

Did I mention my presidential picks? I'm planning on voting for Ron Paul in the Republican primary and the Clinton Edwards ticket in the general. I hope that's cool with you.

Out of town greasy spoon diner breakfasts. Mmmmm. Tastes like livin'. Have you noticed how everyone is talking up the 35 hour work week, the 5 week vacation and the taxpayer funded health care for all?

The corporations are going to suck our skulls until they implode. Like an insect that has attached itself to our nation, corporate fascism will extract the lifeblood from what remains of the American economy. We will be imprisoned like farm animals, murdured at whim, and enslaved for life. The constitution is just a goddamned piece of paper. Corporate America now controls all you see and hear. Alberto Gonzales is reading your email and he wants to torture you. You are not free. Congress is powerless. Four legs good. Two legs better. Give up. Give up.

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