August 20, 2008


Of the two major candidates, who is running for a 3rd term of Bush like policies?
Operation Itch is dedicated to awakening people to options outside of the 2 party monopoly that the Democrats and Republicans hold over the American electorate.

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Surely, a candidate exists that will fight for what you believe in.
Look into:
Ralph Nader
Cynthia McCkinney
Bob Barr


The Obama McCain Challenge:

Q: Who supports a single payer, national healthcare system that would provide healthcare for all?

A: Despite a majority of Americans in favor of this- including a majority of Doctors- both major candidates oppose this.

Q: Who would cut our waste-full military budget?

A: Obama has said he would increase the military budget, while McCain would increase the size of the military

Q: Who is against the FISA law and the illegal wiretap policy if the Bush Administration?

A: Both McCain and Obama voted for the FISA law in the Senate. (read this)

Q: Who is against the seperation of Church and State?

A: Both major candidates would continue to doll out federal funds in a preferential way, giving taxpayer dollars to faith-based organizations.

Q: Which one voted against the re-authorization of the Patriot Act?

A: Both candidates are in favor of the Patriot Act.

Q: Who is running for a 3rd term of Bush like policies?

A: BOTH- read the Wall Street Journal article.

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Also note: the top 10 The Top 10 Statewide/Congressional Candidates 

(Third Party or Independents only)

  1. Bob Bird for U.S. Senate, AK (Alaska Independence Party)
  2. Anthony Pollina for Governor, VT (Independent / Progressive)
  3. Cindy Sheehan for U.S. House, CA-8 (Independent)
  4. David Krikorian for U.S. House, OH-2 (Independent)
  5. Michael Jackson for U.S. House, LA-6 (Independent)
  6. Jack Kevorkian for U.S. House, MI-9 (Independent)
  7. Robert Owens for Attorney General, OH (Independent)
  8. Michael Hsing for U.S. House, NJ-7 (Independent)
  9. Don Elijah Eckhart for U.S. House, OH-15 (Independent)
  10. Dave Brownlow for U.S. Senate, OR (Constitution Party)

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Network/Cable Television

ABC News 
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Face The Nation: ftn@cbsnews.com

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Email forms for all CNN news programs

Fox News Channel
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Fax: (212) 301-4229
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FOX Report with Shepard Smith: Foxreport@foxnews.com 
The O’Reilly Factor: Oreilly@foxnews.com 
Hannity & Colmes: Hannity@foxnews.com, Colmes@foxnews.com 

On the Record with Greta: Ontherecord@foxnews.com

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Fax: (212) 664-4426
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NBC News Today: today@nbc.com

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The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer: newshour@pbs.org

National Radio Programs

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Fax: 202-513-3329
E-mail: Jeffrey A. Dvorkin, Ombudsman ombudsman@npr.org 

List of Email addresses for all NPR news programs

The Rush Limbaugh Show
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Phone (on air): 800-282-2882
Fax: 212-445-3963
E-mail: ElRushbo@eibnet.com

Sean Hannity Show
Phone (on air): 800-941-7326
Sean Hannity: 212-613-3800
James Grisham, Producer: 212-613-3807
E-mail: Phil Boyce, Program Director phil.boyce@citcomm.com 

National Newspapers

The Los Angeles Times
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Fax: 213-237-4712

L.A. Times Contact Information by Department
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The New York Times
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D.C. Bureau phone: 202-862-0300 

Fax: 212-556-3690

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Write to the news editors: news-tips@nytimes.com
Corrections: senioreditor@nytimes.com 
New York Times Contact Information by Department

How to Contact New York Times Reporters and Editors

USA Today
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Phone: 703-854-3400
Fax: 703-854-2078

Letters to the Editor: editor@usatoday.com 
Give feedback to USA Today

The Wall Street Journal
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Phone: 212-416-2000 

Fax: 212-416-2658

Letters to the Editor: wsj.ltrs@wsj.com 
Comment on News Articles: wsjcontact@dowjones.com

The Washington Post
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Phone: 202-334-6000 

Fax: 202-334-5269

Letters to the Editor: letters@washpost.com 
Ombudsman: ombudsman@washpost.com 
Contact Washington Post Writers and Editors 


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Fax: 212-445-5068

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Time & Life Bldg., Rockefeller Center, 1271 6th Ave., New York, NY 10020 
Phone: 212-522-1212 

Fax: 212-522-0003

Letters to the Editor letters@time.com

U.S. News & World Report
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Phone: 202-955-2000 

Fax: 202-955-2049

Letters to the Editor letters@usnews.com 

News Services / Wires

Associated Press
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Phone: 212-621-1500 
Fax: 212-621-7523
General Questions and Comments: info@ap.org 

Partial Contact Information for the Associated Press by Department and Bureau
Three Times Square, New York, NY 10036
Telephone: 646-223-4000
Reuters Editorial Feedback

United Press International
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  1. Your video looks great, but there are issues where McCain and Obama differ, and since these are the candidates that have a chance to win I will choose between them.

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  2. Who is against America? You are! I’m voting for Reagan as a write-in candidate, commie!

  3. Great, thanks for this resource. I think I’m voting for McKinney, at least if Obama doesn’t revoke his support for FISA: http://tinyurl.com/5w9w9v

    Ultimately that’s what brought me over to the side of the Greens.

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