Showing posts from September 16, 2012

Anybody But Romney

Even the 3rd party candidates for President of the United States of America, at least the ones that we're aware of, are less than appealing this year, which is going to make it especially difficult to cast a vote for president in 2012, so "Commons" won't be recommending or endorsing anybody for president.  Mitt Romney, a plutocrat himself, is the best friend of the plutocrats, and would make life miserable for ordinary workers and commoners.  Not to mention that Romney's Supreme Court appointments might make Antonin Scalia look like a liberal, believe it or not, and John Bolton, an imperialist doctrinaire, would be "President of Foreign Affairs"  for all intents and purposes (probably as Secretary of State), and that should send a chill down the entire world's spine.  No endorsement this year, just block Mitt Romney with your vote, please.

[revised on 9/21/12]

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Blog News LXV

There are new posts on Northern Pacific Report (writing about local councils and possibly court hearings and trials in the Puget Sound area), including a donations appeal to help with our organizations' journalistic endeavors.  Please, contribute if you can.  Thanks!

Other recent posts:  The Masses;Titular Commons;Sensibility and Country.

[revised on 9/26/12]

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Mark is probably the only politician in Washington that had the temerity to keep the 2004 election shenanigans in the news as late as 2012 and to call out names. Help us solve the mystery of "The Other Curious Election of 2004" (WA 9th Congressional District U.S. Rep. primary) by contacting real journalis…

The Seattle Media: Worst than Other Nations' Media

According to Reuters, the State Department is again criticizing another foreign government -- this time Ukraine -- for not giving appropriate media coverage to the political opposition.  Although Uncle Sam's tepid support for the courageous and indomitable Yulia Tymoshenko and her fellow political prisoners is better, perhaps, than no support at all, the government is two-faced in not also criticizing the Seattle media for not covering the 2011 King County Director of Elections election.  In King County, "not appropriate coverage" meant no coverage at all.  Maybe, the opposition in authoritarian regimes in other countries gets at least some coverage to make their media look at least somewhat fair.  In the United States, however, there doesn't have to be any coverage whatsoever, because few care if elections are fair or outright stolen for that matter.  All the while, during that campaign, the Seattle Times and the other media swept the mystery (if no longer a secret…