Fighting the fascist dogs who stole our country.
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Nobody gives you a deal like that.
"Bill O'Reilly wins almost every argument in
the Fox News environment created by Roger Ailes,
who manages more fixed fights than the mob ever did. But venturing forth from the Ailes-controlled
arena can be quite perilous, as O'Reilly discovered last Saturday afternoon when he showed up for
a panel at the L.A. Book Expo with Molly Ivins and Al Franken. The moderator was former Rep.
Pat Schroeder. (Tucker Carlson was unavoidably absent, leaving O'Reilly to cope with the kind
of odds that liberals invariably face on Fox.)"
-- Joe Conason, speaking the truth
O'Reilly is like all GOP bullies - a loser in a fair fight.
Bush insisted anew on Thursday that war to rid Iraq of WMD was justified, and he said
the truth about Saddam's ability to create and use deadly germs and bombs would come in time.
What a clumsy liar- and the press just looks the other way when
he lies about life and death matters.
Before the war, he and Blair said Saddam's weapons program was so advanced, he could launch an
attack against the US with a mere 45 minutes notice, and that's why we had to murder Baghdad.
Now the brainless bastard claims Saddam had the ability to
"I only lie when it might make my entended family a few million."
"Bill and Hillary were on 60 Minutes
talking about Gennifer Flowers,
so it was no surprise to anyone that Bill would cheat on her again."
Dave, with Barbara Walters
Dave, your good friend Marv Albert was arrested and
sued for biting a woman on her back.
By your definition, it would be "no surprise" if he assaulted another woman?
How can you be friends with such a man?
Subject: Arianna Huffington
Did Arrianna Huffington have an epiphany
that drove her to become a ranting liberal?
Do you know what happened?
This was an extreme rightwing pundit until when, a couple of months ago?
We need to know what happened. Can
we bottle it?
Juliet, in person, she jokes that she changed
when she got to know Gingrich.
But she explains it on her page
Subject: The Scott and Laci Peterson Saga
I've been following this case pretty closely,
and am almost certain (without having been there)
that Scott Peterson is guilty. The main evidence is circumstantial.
M, one reason I wanted to get into this is because the only stuff
we know about Peterson
is what the cops have chosen to leak - at least until Geragos came on board.
Now, at least, the other side is seeing some light.
His wife's body was found only two-to-three
miles from where he supposedly fished that
Christmas Eve (some sixty miles or so from their home).
I don't know the area. Are there hundreds of nearby places to
dump a body?
I assume if he owns a TV or ever watched Perry Mason he'd know that would look bad.
Before his wife went missing, he had a girlfriend (plus two others
on the side) and lied about it to the press.
He only admitted it after the police found the mistress and questioned her.
Lying about sex? Has that ever happened before?
He took out a $250,000.00 insurance policy on his wife's life two months before her death,
I've heard that, too. Is it true?
...traded in her SUV a few days after she
was reported missing, and put the house they shared on the market
long before her body was found. It seems he knew she wasn't coming home (surely a loving husband would
have wanted to keep the house in case she one day found her way back).
I think that proves he wasn't husband of the year, but not much more.
On the day the police found her body (and
the baby's), Scott Peterson didn't even bother to present himself
at the police station to inquire of the details. When he was arrested a few days later, he was in transit (no one
knows to where), had dyed his hair blonde (he was originally a brunette), and was in possession of his brother's
driver's license and $10,000.00 in cash.
"Failed to present, died his hair, was in possession," are not admissable pieces of evidence.
I happen to like Geragos, too; mainly because
he successfully won Susan's release.
I am not angry at him for taking this case. A win for him, though, would mean that a murderer goes free.
Okay, I'm through fighting now -- still love your site . . . and,
Don't print my name . . .
One other reason I wanted to get into this was the partisan zeal
with which people are attacking him.
I think it was Tuesday, Grace and a judge and a prosecutor all three said there was nothing wrong
with Peterson's house being ransacked and looted by Laci's relatives. Can you believe three
"women of the law," would take that position?
They said the mother was so distraught at not being able to hold
Laci's wedding dress and sit in her rocking chair,
that she just couldn't help herself so she went to their home and filled THREE pickup trucks of "precious memories,"
even tho Geragos says they had a date to meet and get the stuff a week later.
All three women said that was"perfectly understandable," and they
repeated about a dozen times what a
nightmare is would be for Peterson & Geragos if they filed burglary charges against the burglars.
It's possible Scott is 100 percent guilty, but they want to hang
him before the trial.
I was hoping this was still America, but we lose some of that every day.
Enronization Of Public Policy
by Arianna Huffington
Has there ever been a clearer, more irrefutable example of our political leaders' lack of
a moral compass than the clandestine, eleventh-hour elimination of a promised child tax
credit for almost 12 million of America's poorest children?
It's a move that is so cold-hearted and
so profoundly dishonorable that it could only
have been made by people who have lost all moral direction.
A magnetic compass should always point north;
a moral compass should always point out
what is moral -- and immoral. Heaping billions on the rich while ensuring that one out of six
American kids doesn’t get a penny is dead wrong.
Sammy Sosa - guilty or innocent?
I like Sammy, but I vote guilty.
Picking up the wrong bad is about as believable as picking up the wrong wife.
Sammy suspended for seven games.
Attack of the savage Weiner
sorry to bother but i don't see a 'members section' anywhere on the page!
i am a member, aren't i? when you
asked us to write you to remind you
what we donated and when, i did that, but there was no response.
also, #3, only worked today (6/5/03) for me.
just don't want to miss out, ya know?!,
SB, there is a "Members section," but there's nothing in it until
so we haven't been advertising it. On June 20, the 30-day cycle of subscribers
will have run its course, so we will begin then.
Very confusing about your not getting parts one and two.
I, of course, know nothing about it - have you checked with a tech?
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Charges Against Martha Stewart Include Twist
Prosecutors tucked a highly unusual twist into their indictment of Martha Stewart
— a charge that she committed a crime simply by declaring her own innocence.
Geez, it reminds me of Hardon Kenny Starr charging Julie Hiatt
obstruction for answering questions posed by Larry King.
Can't they get her on any legitimate charges?
We don't want to see Martha Stewart in jail, do we?
I mean, I hate the super rich as much as the next guy, and as a former billionaire she qualifies,
but the idea of Martha Stewart behind bars, eating prison food, wearing prison clothes and
the endless Dave and Leno decorating jokes just don't do it for me.
Bush's friends at Enron stole hundreds of millions and they're
not indicted - why?
As far as I know, Martha didn't wipe out the savings of thousands of families.
tax cut: how to make this program work for US economy
by Der Voron, author of Starcraft
Remember last September, at
I mentioned that The Rio had water pressure problems?
Well, problems No Mo.
Bull Conner would love a hot bath with this water pressure.
My fascination might stem from the fact that when I was a little
smart-ass, when we went on vacation
we'd stay at a motel with a pool, but instead of getting to go swimming on our vacation, we'd get
dragged to some museum or something that wasn't anywhere near as fun.
Ali said to be alive
Why can't the Bush team tell the truth?
Chemical Ali, not be confused with Chemical Ari, is now thought to be alive.
Rumsfeld had said on April 7 they believed an airstrike on a house in southern Iraq
had killed al-Majid. They showed reporters video of laser-guided bombs obliterating
the house where a tipster told coalition forces al-Majid was staying.
"We believe that the reign of terror of Chemical
Ali has come to an end. To Iraqis who
have suffered at his hand, particularly in the last few weeks in that southern part of the
country, he will never again terrorize you or your families," Rumsfeld said at the time.
That's what you guys promised about bin Laden and Saddam, too.
"Mr. Rove told the press not to print that story..."
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Smirk tried to give his dad Saddam's head,
but he's never accomplished anything.
"Bush/Cheney 2004! Why pull out
in the middle of a good screw?"
-- EnderW in the chat room
A Disinfotainment Today/Michael Dare Special
Nick of nickscrusade.com got another award
ABC/Disney canceled Janeane Garofalo's show before filming started
Dwight Yoakam got a star on the Walk O'Fame
Hugh Jackman hosts the Tony's on Sunday
Men are throwing their underwear at Mick Jagger
Gwen Stefani is Jean Harlow in Scorsese's 'Aviator' with Lenny DiCaprio as Howard Hughes
Jon Stewart' is the front-runner in nominations for the TV Critics Awards
Phil Spector hasn't talked with LAPD since 3 February
Arnold will change careers if his latest film tanks
35 years ago yesterday Bobby Kennedy was murdered
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I stopped reading the regular news and now
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On the laci petersen thing....
laci's family taking 'valuables' out the
house, perhaps you may accept the fact that the items in question
were brought to the marriage by the wife and since Scott had already gotten rid of the car, maybe the family
would like to have some of her possesions
I'm not questioning that her family might
want to have some of her possessions,
but burglary is not an accepted practice no matter how aggrieved the family finds themselves.
Geragos says they had a deal to get the
stuff a week later, after the premises was videotaped.
The "Why bother with a trial?" monkeys CNN has hired to entertain America think a deep personal loss
is an excuse to burglarize a private residence - that's crazy. That's the key to my main point - America wants
Scott to fry, and CNN has Nancy Grace on every other night to guarantee that he's guilty. CNN isn't trying
to get to the truth, they're selling air time.
One other point about the burglary:
Geragos can eventually prove Scott didn't do it,
what right did the family have to load up three pickup trucks with his personal property?.
...as far as scott being the guilty party, well the odds are that he is the perp...
Could be, but all we know about the case
is what the DA has selectively leaked.
Scott's story hasn't been told.
and for a quick piece of unasked for advice,
try not to let your media success go to your head,
pride goeth before a fall and all that shit, don't count the chickens before they are hatched, etc...
That's always good advice.
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