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Expats Against Bush

Expats Against Bush intends to provide a starting point for Americans living abroad who want to get involved in the fight against President Bush and his administration in the runup to the 2004 Campaign. We wish to give voice to anti-Bush Americans worldwi

Published: 2005-02-02T17:08:00+00:00


Continued Discussion


Don't get too excited, this is just a housekeeping post. I see that the what was meant to be the last post on EAB has generated over 200 comments now, which is cool - but I know that is mostly...

A new year, and a new project


I’ve got good news and bad news. The good news is that my work with the Democrats Abroad UK executive committee is likely to bring about some positive change in their website and the way that DA-UK members use it...

Happy New Year


Just wanted to say a quick Happy New Year to you and yours from Expats Against Bush. I hope you have all had a great Christmas break and will return refreshed and ready for more activism and informed debate :)....

Executive Order: Torture


Never mind a few bad apples, as we all suspected the order to use inhumane interrogation on prisoners from Iraq to Guantanamo came from a presidential Executive Order straight from the Oval Office, according to the ACLU, who forced the...

TIME's Person of the Year


I'm hoping that they're giving this to Bush on a "most talked about person of the year" basis rather than a "most deserving of celebration" basis. Ugh.

We deserve a better man


For once, I wholeheartedly agree with Bill Kristol: Donald Rumsfeld is a national embarrassment and his (mooted) departure can't come too soon. I am hoping that, as suggested, he is just hanging around long enough not to muck with the...

Buy Blue


You may or may not have seen it, but in case you or your relatives back home want to make sure you support companies that support your party, check out's Christmas shopping guide. It goes without saying, of course,...

Dollar going the way of the Dodo?


(apologies for the lack of posting; I've been absolutely slammed this week) I'm sure most of you expats have noticed the precipitous decline in the dollar ($1.95 to £1 earlier this week) - well it looks like other countries are...

Democrats Abroad UK


Like some of our readers, I attended the Dems Abroad-UK annual general meeting in London on Saturday, and gave 5 hours of my day to the glory that is parliamentary procedural debate. There was so much debate, in fact, that...

Alabama: Leading the way once again


I think this one speaks for itself: An Alabama lawmaker who sought to ban gay marriages now wants to ban novels with gay characters from public libraries, including university libraries. A bill by Rep. Gerald Allen, R-Cottondale, would prohibit the...