taunt President Weak & Stupid back home
Home state comes alive with hidden-till-now patriots
AUSTIN -- Chanting "He's not our president"
the toxic Texan now!"
about 150 protesters gathered to jeer the Failure in Thief this afternoon.
The demonstrators shouted into bull horns, passed out pamphlets and
carried signs that read,
"This is a demockery, not a democracy" and "Tell Bush we won't go back."
Bush spoke at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum.
The diverse group expressed opposition to the close presidential election, Bush's federal
environmental policy and the death penalty.
"I'm here to protest Bush because basically
he is against everything that I'm for,"
said Justin Ward of Austin. "He's such a symbol of corporate domination in our system today."
Department of Public Safety officers held the demonstrators at bay as the guests filed through without comment.
"Not everybody from Texas supports him, that's
what we want him to remember,"
said Bill Vaught of Austin. "I wouldn't say he's among friends."
"He's certainly no friend of the environment,
no friend to women and no friend to working people,"
said Kathleen Feyh of Austin. She's a member of the group, Campaign to End the Death Penalty.
Police on horseback pushed through a crowd of about 75 people who, after
the dedication, gathered across
the street from the Governor's Mansion, where Bush was having lunch. The police pushed the group off the
sidewalk and into an adjacent parking lot.
Bush did not acknowledge the demonstrators.
They are "little people."
What did Laura Bush ever do to them?
Rules Defy Common Sense
by Joe Conason
A Wall Street Journal editorialist pointed out that arsenic is a “naturally occurring” substance and thus
nothing to be too worried about. A Slate columnist cited a think-tank report as proof that Mr. Bush had
made a “heroic and correct” decision by voiding the Clinton regulation. The tiny number of lives saved
would simply not be worth the enormous amount of money involved, he wrote.
It may not be necessary to mention that such happy
talk emanates from well-to-do journalists
whose bottled water is unlikely to contain any taint of arsenic.
cited for alcohol possession
Drunk like her daddy - with the whole world watching
April 27, 2001 | AUSTIN, Tx. -- Jenna Bush, nineteen
and nasty, was cited early Friday for
alcohol possession by a minor, police said. The ticket was issued by Austin police who were
checking for minors in possession of alcohol at nightclubs along the city's popular East Sixth Street.
Officers questioned Bush and another woman they
believed to be under age 21 at about 1:30 a.m.
They were given a citation but were not arrested.
Note: They are white, rich and connected, and this is not Cincinnatti..
White House officials handled this the same way
they handle Smirk's addictions:
"We respect privacy and we're not going to comment on anyone's personal life,"
said Noelia Rodriguez, spokeswoman for first lady Laura Bush.
Didn't we taxpayers just pay to get her drunken stud muffin out of jail?
Is Jenna Bush out of control?
Where's the Secret Service?
They let Jenna Bush do anything she wants?
The Secret Sevice stood by and watched her get drunk?
If the Secret Service has to narc on Clinton,
why aren't they turning in the young Bush lawbreaker?
What does Scalia have to do with...??
Scalia said the Bush daughters "can't commit any crimes?"
He can do that?
Do you need another reason to hate the Bush family?
Don't read this with a full stomach.
They're rich, American ...and they've got guns
Schwarzkopf and Bush Sr mobilise opposition as Botswana moves to save its big cats
Excerpt that'll make you sick:
George Bush senior and Schwarzkopf, are pleading
with the government of Botswana to be allowed to
revive their old alliance, this time in pursuit of Africa's endangered big cats. Mr Bush is among prominent
members of Safari Club International (SCI) who have written to the Botswanan authorities asking them
to lift a ban slapped on trophy hunting of lions in February.
Many of the lions are bred in captivity solely
as bait for hunters and then hardly pursued at all.
They are released into what are no more than fields surrounded by fences and "hunted".
They have no chance of escape.
...son of a bitch.
I can't even show this to Mrs. BartCop.
She always sending money to some "Save the Lions" fund.
She would flip.
Bush senior wants a waiver to shoot an endangered species?
I guess once you head the CIA, nothing is out of your reach.
Not even stealing the White House for your stupider son.
...son of a bitch.
Mo Mail and Toons
"This coming weekend, President Bush will reach
his 100th day in office.
It's a big milestone for him, surpassed all expectations. In fact, so has Dick Cheney.
Cheney was only supposed to make it to day 73."
Pope Asks Bush to Spare McVeigh
Whore City - Pope John Paul II has
asked President Weak & Stupid to
spare the life Timothy McVeigh, who is scheduled to be executed on May 16.
White House spokeswoman Claire Buchan said
that a letter from John Paul requesting
clemency was received this week. She would not reveal the details of the letter.
Why the hell not?
Isn't that state business?
Why can't we read the Pope's letter?
Is it kept hidden for "national security" reasons?
"The president has great respect for the
pope and this is a tragic situation.
The president also has deep compassion and sympathy for the 168 victims of the
Oklahoma City bombing and their families,'' Buchan said.
Wait a minute - twice in the last six months, the Republicans
have gotten a lot of
political mileage out of being in bed with the Catholics on condemning abortion.
Smirk always made sure there were enough cameras there to record him saying,
"I believe in a culture of life," then he'd pause so the crowd could jump to their feet
and cheer this brave warrior while glaring at those who remained sitting.
If I was a devout Catholic, I'd be outraged that this cheap-ass
political stunt was
played - repeatedly - on my church, my Pope and my God.
Don't you Catholics even care?
God, faith and religion are number two (or maybe number three)
Job One is we have to ridicule Bill Clinton and "those liberals."
Job Two is we must praise the new Savior, the woodchuck from Texas.
Then, later, if we have time, and it's politically convenient, THEN we play
the "I believe in a culture of life" card for the TV cameras.
Plus, either the Pope is in on this charade or he's incredibly
If I was the Pope, and I knew the man who held the record for most state-sanctioned
murders in the western hemisphere was waving my letter of endorsement around during
a political campaign, I'd make it very damn clear to him that since we were "so close,"
on this "culture of life" deal, that when it came time to stay an execution.
I didn't want to be blown off like a second date on prom night.
Smirk does a photo op with the Pope because the two of them are
twins when it
comes to that "culture of life" thing, meanwhile Smirk can't hear the Vatican phone
ringing when a man is about to be executed?
This isn't a "culture of life."
This is a culture of horseshit.
We know Smirk is a lying opportunist (who's on record dissing
Remember, McCain would've won the Carolina primary if Smirk and Bob Jones
hadn't trashed the Catholics to win the bigot vote in that backwards hole).
So, what's the Pope's excuse?
He allowed himself to be used by Republican Party?
Or he just not real sharp when it comes to protecting Papal integrity?
If I was a man of faith (much less the Pope) my religion would come BEFORE politics.
Looks like I'm alone on that.
"Castro has done some good things for his people."
-- Colin Powell, praising the communist dictator.
Letter to Laura Bush
by Linda Stout Deak
as seen on OnlineJournal.com
Laura, if you cannot discuss politics with your husband, we are in deep trouble.
It is his vocation.
It is amazing to think that the president of the US is disinclined to talk politics with his wife.
What we are afraid of is that he is disinclined to talk politics with himself. Please help us.
By us, I mean the collective us, the ones
who are neither Fat Cats nor NRA members.
If a woman finds herself married to a clueless president, it is her job to put clues into his head.
by Linda Chavez
George W. Bush is going to save this country.
He's got Reagan's vision, and he's got Reagan's courage.
Where would America be right now, without George W. Bush?
"President Bush announced today he'll approve
the sale of 4 destroyers to Taiwan.
Bush is trying to walk a fine line between helping Taiwan and not angering China.
Bush admitted today he is not used to dealing with two different Chinas.
In fact, Bush's staff admitted today that he still doesn't get the Dakotas thing."
Available from chadsux.com
Brother Jeb defends anti-Semetic remarks
Ward's defamatory comments toward Jews, have plagued New York during playoff time.
And even as the Camby situation continued to unfold today, the controversy over Ward also simmered.
Speaking at a briefing in Tallahassee, Florida
Gov. Jeb Bush defended Ward's right to make the comments he did,
including Ward's assertion that "there are Christians getting persecuted by Jews every day" and that Jews have
Jesus's "blood on their hands." When asked about a request from the American Jewish Congress that Ward
be removed as the spokesman for the state's literacy campaign, the president's brother said:
"I doubt very seriously, knowing a little bit
about Mr. Ward, that he meant anything,
that he had any meanness in his heart by these comments."
Besides that whole "murdering Christ," triffle, what's to get upset about?
"This Monday President Bush will be celebrating
his 100th day in office.
When asked about it, Bush said, 'Gosh, 100 days? Has it been a year already?'"
From: Johnny Angel
One of the more consistent aspects of the
loud n' vulgar set in this
madhouse nation of ours is the ever-present "if you spot it, you got it" syndrome.
In the last few years, this conundrum has been
most blatant when it's applied to the
hand-wringing moralizing of the Republican Right and their endless condemnation of Bill Clinton.
It seemed that one GOP chest beater after another got stung, Newt Gingrich (carrying on an affair
with a staffer while pushing forward impeachment for same), Bob Livingston (would be Gingrich
replacement that stepped down and resigned rather than be outed as BDSM poster boy),
Henry Hyde (House Judicial Committee Torquemada whose own adultery wrecked a neighbor's
marriage 30 years earlier, which Hyde wrote off famously as a "youthful indiscretion") and on and on.
Yet, these conservative heavyweights aren't even
in the same ballpark as their Tallahassee cheerleader,
Marty Glickman. Glickman, a 44 year old, well-known Tallahassee sports and politics commentator and
guest host on local radio shows "The Wayne Green Show" and "Florida Radioactive" (WCVC-1330AM)
is famous for going into meltdown mode on the subject of the Clintons. " Seven years ago!
The Gingrich Revolution rallied to take over Congress,"
Glickman raved on "The Ugly Truth" a page from
the Register website. "A rednecked, classless pervert named Clinton from a low rent state like Arkansas
was tearing down all standards for the highest office in the land. O.J. Simpson was about to go Scott free
for a savage double murder. With a rapist, a liar, and a sexual harasser and his First Enabler Hillary Clinton
in charge; the country and it's children were perilously close to sinking beneath recovery."
Rather Gantry-like words they were, and on April
20th, Gantry-like actions followed--Glickman was
arrested n four counts of unlawful sexual activity with a juvenile and one count of delivering LSD.
Apparently, Glickman had been under investigation
by the Florida Dept. of Law Enforcement since August,
when agents received information that the radio celeb had been having sex with underage girls. He was
released on bail, if convicted he can face 15 years in prison for each count. Glickman has a history of
criminal charges dating back to 1995, of assault and battery and burglary, but was never convicted.
Andrew Cox, a producer of the shows said that
it was unclear whether or not he would be a guest host
in the future. Given the possibility that Glickman would be unable to air his "controversial" views from
behind the walls of Raiford State Prison, I'd say that this is a good bet to take!
Available from popabear.org
"President Bush is back from that big trade
summit up in Canada,
but he said the water tastes funny up there without the arsenic in it."
Senate Democrats open online store to raise cash
Click on any tutu
"Why pay for professional models?" asked the party of scared bunnies and fiscal sanity.
Subject: Spy Plane Video
BartCrop, I have poof!
I have come into excusive evidince, from secret China sourses,
that proves the American
spyplane was gutly of attacking the innocent jet fiter flown by tha innocent Chinese pilot.
Click Here to see evidance nobody have.
It's a little grainy, maybe the satellite was dirty
Hey, Bart, if this blows up, can I get a gig with you?
"I think that if you are the leader of
planet Earth, you should be smarter than me.
You just get the feeling, don't you, in the Oval Office that Dick Cheney is working
behind the big desk. And then off to the right there is a little collapsible card table
where George has like airplanes and stuff. Then every once in a while he looks up
and says, 'I've discovered that if I shut my eyes, I can disappear.'"
—SNL's Darrel Hammond, on why he didn't vote for Bush
Is it illegitimate president or bastard president?
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