News sites on Bush:

Texas Observer's
Skeleton Closet
Bush Watch Cocaine Feature
Austin Chronicle
Texas Observer

Other Bush Parodies or Informative sites:
UnAuthorized Bush(Sr.) Bio
Bush is the Antichrist (with a well-reasoned argument)
The Bush Body Count
Another "questionable" Bush site
Serial President and
Bush Kills
Web Sites
The Queen Mother
(Ma Bush on kids and drugs)
Bush Song Page
GWBush: Hypocrisy on Parade

Drug War links:
Frontline's "Snitches"
The November Coalition
Family Watch
Common Sense for Drug Policy
Cop Vs. CIA: LA Cop takes
on CIA over drug running.
Movement Against Corruption
and Complicity
Forfeiture Endangers American Rights

Other Political sites:
Harry Browne: Libertarian for Prez



Fund an ad to tell the truth about Bush!
He's buying the presidency with $70 million in corporate cash. Don't let democracy take another step DOWN!

#1: Coke Hypocrisy A man of principle, Bush can't swallow the line of b.s. his advisors are feeding him.
#2: W, victim of social promotion. A New Haven youngster wonders if he can use the same affirmative action program that got Bush in despite his bad grades.
#3: Another draft-dodger prez. A veteran asks, "If he didn't have the courage to serve back then, when did he get the courge to lead?" [News articles on this: 1, 2]

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