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    23 August 2006

    Drinking Liberally - Charleston, SC - "buttons and bottle openers"

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    We have new buttons and bottle openers, thanks to the genorosity of our liberal leaders in New York City.

    Also please note the sad demise of The A-Team.
    It is said that A-Team stood for 'accountability' while everyone knew it really stood for Arthur. That big, huge, beautiful bridge was not enough apparently. Anyway, the A-Team fell apart after it was revealed that, well, accountability was not what their name was all about, at least as it relates to fundraising. Oops. Hopefully this will keep our public schools safe for another little while until they come up with some other plan.

    I guess now would be a good time to thank all of those who have made it out to Drinking Liberally as we have moved about town. We are always happy to see you. Please come again. And a warm welcome to all of the newbies who have located our little den of fellow liberals deep here in what Republicans would like to believe is Red America. We meet every Thursday night at 5:30 p.m. on the lovely and smoke-free covered patio of Juanita Greenberg's on King Street for a Happy Hour Social and then, well, more happy hours of socializing with fellow liberals. News of our plans to retake South Carolina from those nasty Republicans is spreading far and wide. Why, I even hear tell of visitors from exotic locales may even be visiting us. So come on out and give a warm DL Charleston welcome to John of DL Savannah!

    Saturday , August 26, is National Women's Equality Day! It is to commemorate the wonderful women of the United States gaining the right to vote. There will be a film presentation followed by a panel discussion on Monday, August 28, 2006, at the College of Charleston's Maybank Hall beginning at 7:00 p. m. in Room 100. Maybank Hall is the pink building at the corner of Calhoun and St Philip Streets, across from Starbucks. The presentation is sponsored by the College of Charleston's Women's and Gender Studies Program, Planned Parenthood Health Systems, and the Low Country Women Vote Coalition. More details can be found at www.c4women.org

    Get Out Of Iraq Now Rally! ThinkingPeople is heading up a rally along with Military Families, Charleston Peace, Progressive Patriots, The Quakers, Amnesty International, and others, scheduled for Saturday, October 7, at Marion Square from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. October 7 happens to be the last day to register to vote for the November 7 elections. ThinkingPeople is at www.thinkingpeople.info

    Which brings up . . . November 7! House Cleaning Day in the United States. The day we remind the Republicans that South Carolina is not their hereditary fiefdom. The day we start to make South Carolina resemble her flag, BLUE! The day we get rid of Henry Brown and elect Randy Maatta to the United States House of Representatives! Henry doesn't really want to do anything in Washington anyway, so it is time that he really started his retirement. But, we have a lot of work to do between now and then. And we need to figure out what we can do.

    So get fired up and join us Thursday night at Drinking Liberally. (And if you're good, maybe next week we will give you some Superbush.)

    That is Drinking Liberally for this the 1,210th day since the declaring of "Mission Accomplished" in Iraq. We're your city leaders, goodnight and good luck.

    Don't forget to join us Thusday night at 5:30 p.m. at Juanita Greenberg's in beautiful downtown Charleston for another edition of Drinking Liberally.

    Liberally yours,
    Sadie, Leslie, Mike & Marilyn
    Juanita Greenberg's
    439 King Street - Downtown
    5:30pm until Superbush learns to relax
    This and every Thursday
    On King, just a couple of blocks above Calhoun. Look for the blinking lights.

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