Bando Bling
Sunday, October 19, 2008
  Obama-Biden Tax Calculator  
Saturday, July 02, 2005
  Smells Nixonian From election frauds, to fake intelliegence to justify Iraq war and now white house links to Valarie Plame/CIA case dirty work this current Bush administration seems to be very much Nixonian. The policies, foreign or domestic is build on lies, fraud and immoral & illegal power plays with false spins.

It is a matter of time that will indicate if this administration will have the same fate as that of the Nixon bandwagon. With a false sense of political capital that derives from the ignorance of a large section of the American public, the administration will continue to enforce its policies of lies & deception as they are able to get away with it. When will the american public wake up and do something about it is matter to see!

Monday, June 20, 2005
  Downing Street Memos Major news network again fails to report the news what the Americans should know.

Liar, Liar
..........Impeachment time

The Washington Post
, Deep Throat, Bush, WMD Jokes...and Me 
Wednesday, February 02, 2005
  Halliburton in bed with Iran Vivienne Walt from Tehran reports in the February 7th issue of the Fortune magazine:

Tehran, the capital of the Islamic Republic of Iran, part of the "axis of evil"? Yes, the company was a tenant, confirmed the guard in the lobby of a building on Bucharest Street when we dropped in one recent afternoon. The staff rarely invited guests up to their tenth-floor offices, said the guard, and the company's name was not among those displayed on the lobby wall. Halliburton finally dispatched two Iranian staff members to ask this reporter to leave. Said the guard softly: "We're not too sure what the company is up to."

The article continues to provide some mind bogging information:

"Actually it's no big mystery. In January Halliburton and the local Oriental Kish Oil won a $308 million contract to drill for gas in Iran's giant South Pars field. "Halliburton and Oriental Kish are the final winners," Akbar Torkan, managing director of Pars Oil & Gas, said on national TV. The statement sparked fury among Iran's hardliners. One newspaper warned, "Footsteps of the Yankees heard moving in on Iran's oil sector."

While Halliburton insists its activities in Iran are entirely legal, some in Congress claim that the Houston oil services giant is milking a loophole in the U.S. embargo that allows foreign subsidiaries of American companies to work in Iran. "They are operating on the very boundaries of legality of U.S. law," says Dan Katz, chief counsel for Senator Frank R. Lautenberg (D-New Jersey), who has long argued that Halliburton—once run by Vice President Dick Cheney—is exploiting its political clout.

So are U.S. companies tiptoeing back into Iran, ten years after Bill Clinton imposed sanctions?"

Amazing .......isn't it?

Saturday, January 29, 2005
  Why I no longer respect John McCain "Principle" is a very rare virtue in Politics. However, that integrety I 'thought' I saw in John McCain, the Republican Senator from Arizona. Infact I even termed John McCain as a 'respected' Republican. But opinions change with a person's action and so did mine.

McCain joined Bush endorsing, supporting and accompaning the President on Airforce One saying that Bush had a better plan for the War on Iraq. Election is over. McCain now says he has absolutely no confidence on Rumsfield and on the Bush Administration, on fighting the war in Iraq. Hellooooo!

I wish Senator McCain would have been a man of principle who would have stood for his COUNTRY and not for his party!

Monday, January 17, 2005
  Dr. King “These are the times for real choices and not false ones. We are at the moment when our lives must be placed on the line if our nation is to survive its own folly. Every man of humane convictions must decide on the protest that best suits his convictions, but we must all protest.”

- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Monday, January 03, 2005
  January 6th 2005 can make or break the Democratic Party! Strike your hammer when the iron is hot!

The democrats from Howard Dean to other Democratic pundits had been scratching their heads as what went wrong on November 2, 2004 that their Presidential candidate lost. The answer still remains unknown. With speculations from moral values to war president never lost, the true analysis of Kerry loss may remain unknown for a long time.

Whatever the reasons maybe, 1 out every 5 voters in the Presidential election of 2004 believe there was some kind of fraud committed. That is a staggering amount given National media decided to collectively ‘black out’ the coverage. Even New York Times decided not to shoulder the responsibility of launching a full investigation on Ohio Voter Fraud. However, we saw the rise of the ‘next generation’ media, Bloggers! Series of blog sites came into the forefront to report the election fraud issues. Brad Blog is one such rising star in the making.

America is divided into two parts Democrats and Republicans. Be it Red State or Blue State the nation is still divided in more or less two equal political hemispheres. With 2 out of every 10 national voter today is convinced that there was election fraud. And the number skyrockets to 4 out of 10 Kerry voters believe that there was Fraud committed on election night. These are very serious charges, brought to light by series of circumstantial evidences. Reporting on this can be found all over the Internet.

The Democratic Party now stands at the threshold where it can make or break itself on January 6th. It can show that it is a strong party that is not afraid to ‘stand up for it’s people’ and their just causes. Bringing the ‘voter fraud’ in Ohio and Florida on January 6th, the party can regain respect not only from Democrats but from Republicans who feel themselves to be betrayed. However, if the Party like John Kerry fails to contest the Presidential Election 2004, the Senators will do a great damage to the future of their party. They will wrongfully ignore 40% of their party base. Half or more of this 40% base will not show up in the polling booths next year or 2008. Already a very fragile party will get fragmented. The Blue states will start evaporating!!

And that is my point!
Bando Bling is a blogger who is not motivated by the party lines. He blogs from California where he fights with facts.

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