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"Stepping up the Justice Department's battle
with federal judges over sentencing guidelines, Ashcroft
has directed government lawyers to report on judges who give out softer sentences and to start appealing
those sentences in far higher numbers.The move, circulated in an internal memo last week, was anticipated
under a measure known as the Feeney amendment, adopted by Congress in April to strengthen judges'
adherence to new, stricter sentencing guidelines."
--from today's Wall Street Journal, http://maruthecrankpot.blogspot.com
But when Ashcroft's nephew was caught with enough pot to go to
prison, Mr Law & Order lobbied
hard enough to get him a suspended sentence, if my memory serves me well.
I think Ashcroft just wants to throw the book at the dark people.
Davis could win this easily if he'd just
challenge Arnold to a debate.
Arnold should be governor like I should be doing surgery.
What a joke...
My good friend Arianna has a hundred IQ points on Muscleboy.
"To whom is America paying attention? Ann Coulter
appeared on Fox's "Hannity & Sellout"
Monday night, in direct competition with Howard Dean, who was on "Larry King." Coulter drew
almost twice the audience that Mr. Dean did, according to Nielsen ratings — about 1.5 million
viewers. Mr. Dean had 804,000 viewers."
--Jennifer Harper, acting the whore Attribution
I don't know this Jennifer Harper, but I know doctored "facts"
when I see them.
If she wanted to inform with honesty, she'd give the regular numbers for King and Hannity, too.
Besides, is there any way to know in advance who's on Hannity's show?
Wesley Clark is Karl Rove's worst nightmare
Wesley Clark is a political moderate, a war hero, a smart-as-hell, telegenic, electable Southerner
with "General" for a first name and a vision for America. Another way of looking at Clark is that
he's potentially Bill Clinton in all the good ways (smart, centrist, and charismatic), but without
Clinton's problems (wine, women, and bad sax playing). And the four stars on each of Clark's
shoulders stand in stark contrast to George W. Bush, who went AWOL from his National Guard duty.
Can we start the Presidential debates right now?
"The question of whether Robinson should be
a bishop is an issue for the Episcopal Church.
But the smear is an issue for the larger community as well, for it demonstrates just how low
some people will stoop when honest, reasonable debate is going against them. In fact, it links
to the same sort of behavior in the American body politic."
Subject: Tiger the Great
I find your continued commentary on Bush and Company incredibly helpful, yet you lose
much of your credibility with me for one simple reason: why do you continue to trash Tiger the Great?
Why do you find it necessary to attack one of the true symbols of integration and success in our society?
The press puts the green jacket on Tiger
every time he shows up. If they'd stop all that "greatest of
all time" crap, I could possibly be persuaded to have a better opinion of him..
Or are you just always right about any position you take?
I don't intentionally take any wrong positions, if that's what you mean.
A Tiger Fan!
ps: Your pick of Lance to win the Tour was hardly a tough choice. Any cyclist and or fan could have
easily made this call - a four time champ in field of competitors that have never yet beat this tough Texan.
Your political commentary may be on track, but your sports analysis is a bit weak.
Lance won a 26-day race by less than a minute.
It wasn't a blow out, and unlike Tiger - he won.
I think we can disagree on Tiger and still fight the B.F.E.E..
I know you've probably answerd this before,
but what is your deal with Tiger Woods?
Do you have a problem with Tiger himself, or the way he is covered on television?
Cause the impression I get from Tiger is that he is a nice clean living man,
with an extrordinary talent for Golf, what did he ever do to you that you
have to bash him on a weekly basis?
I only "bash" him when he loses another tournament.
He keeps losing and they keep calling him "the greatest ever."
I don't like his "I got mine, you can get yours" attitude towards
blacks and women.
I don't like his excuses when he loses.
I don't like him accusing others of using illegal drivers without proof.
I also don't like the Dallas Cowboys.
People get angry about that, too.
I wonder where I'll be the night I turn 50?
I can fly free to any city that Southwest Airlines goes...
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"I'm proud of our country's commitment to protecting
the rights of its citizens to work and live free
from bigotry and violence. That's why I was amazed to discover that many people die each year in
anti-gay attacks and thousands more are left scarred, emotionally and physically. Bigotry has no
place in this great nation, and violence has no place in this world, but it happens. Prejudice hurts, kills.
Please don't be a part of it."
--Bob Hope, the last good Republican, in a 1988 anti-gay-bashing ad, Attribution
finally owns up
by Gene Lyons
Why aren’t his economic policies producing jobs? Try to believe your
president said this: "Remember on our TV screens—I’m not suggesting
which network did this—but it said, ‘ March to War,’ every day from
last summer until the spring —‘ March to War, ’ ‘March to War.’
That’s not a very conducive environment for people to take risk,
when they hear, ‘March to War ’ all the time."
And whose fault was that? Anybody but Junior’s.
Subject: Stolen Shirley
I had Shirley's first album, Garbage, in
my office here, and SOME SON-OF-A-BITCH
STOLE IT OUT OF MY DESK DRAWER!
I had Bruce Springsteen albums, I had the
Dixie Chicks, I had soundtracks from "Gladiator"
and "Philadelphia", and several classical albums they could have taken, but noooooooooooooooo.
(I love using that, hope you don't mind that I borrow it sometimes), they passed all that stuff by
and took my Shirley.
I am so pissed!
Well, hell, at least the thief had good taste.
At this point in the war sixty years ago,
was Prescott Bush still helping Hitler?
Larry Flynt's prayer to kill O'Reilly fails
Here are some photos from Larry Flynt's
Prayer for the Death of Bill O'Reilly, August 5 in LA.
The priest held a short but meaningful prayer service calling quite graphically for Bill's death.
Then there was a pause in the services as a confirmation call was put in to Fox Studios, where
a helpful receptionist reported that O'Reilly appeared to still be alive. Undaunted, the priest then
led the crowd in another, louder plea for Bill O'Reilly's demise. The service was then declared over,
with the priest calling on everyone to continue praying throughout the day.
California Gubernatorial candidate Larry
Flynt did NOT show up, which I thought was pretty lame
and he lost my vote right there (I'm leaning towards Homer Simpson now). There was also some lame
news photographer, probably from FOX, who kept grabbing people and posing them for the camera
AS THE EVENT WAS HAPPENING, which was disruptive and annoying as hell.
Reef the Dog
The name of this file is "Clive."
Can anybody tell me who this is?
Thursday & Friday TV highlights
Hall & Oates inducted into the Hollywood RockWalk
Dixie Chicks top country touring act of the year
Granada, Spain, to honor Joe Strummer of The Clash
Paris, 2 remaining Doors & Jim Morrison's grave
Sharon Stone pitching
Kevin Costner defends 'Waterworld'
Rob Reiner pitching
Jerry Springer isn't running
And Marie Trintignant's funeral
"Bush was right in taking it to Saddam Hussein
and his sons. When 9-11 occurred,
he didn't just sit back and twiddle his thumbs. We are all thankful for that."
--Orrin Hatch, with Whistle Dick Cheney Attribution
Leatherboy, you just connected Saddam to
Why are you still telling that discredited lie?
The FBI and CIA says there was no connection.
Bush just made that up so he could steal Iraq's oil
Subject: Iraqis get US payouts
Here's the pricetag on collateral damage
Get your leg shot off in a raid on the wrong house, the military Compensation Officer
"may" pay you $500; get killed and the payoff is $1500. One time payment, of course.
It's called capping damage awards, and the bushbaby is drooling at the thought of bringing it here.
So that little kid with no arms gets $1000 and a swift kick in the ass?
"Thank you, Dubya!"
Secrets Are Safe With Bush
by Joe Conason
On July 29, Prince Saud el-Faisal paid an extraordinary visit to the Bush White House.
For an hour, he and George W. Bush discussed the 28-page section of the joint
Congressional report on 9/11 that evidently implicates agents of his country’s
government in the terrorist attack. The prince’s ostensible reason for coming to see
the President—whose family has long maintained close connections with the Saudi
royals—was to ask Mr. Bush to declassify those 28 pages because, as he declared
at a press conference: "We have nothing to hide, and we do not seek, nor do we
need, to be shielded."
That glibly ridiculous assertion is contradicted
by the repressive habits of his family’s
autocratic regime, which has a lot to hide from its own people as well as ours.
Take me seriously and I'll give you a ride, too.
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"As VP, he either misrepresented or misconstrued
the facts. In the immortal words of Bob Graham,
'Osama Bin Forgotten.' We have found no weapons, no uranium purchased in Niger and no connection
to al-Qaida. Our troops are still dying and the war is costing $4 billion a month with no end in sight.
It's a tragedy that the American people don't demand more accountability."
-- Utah Demo Chairwoman Meg Holbrook Attribution
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losing his marbles?
says Victoria Newton in thesunco.uk
George Clooney may be one of the world’s best-looking men —but he has lost his marbles.
He reckons the war in Iraq was all down to Monica's frolics with Clinton.
Clooney reckons the famous stain-on-the-dress
incident meant Gore had to distance himself
from Clinton, so losing the US election to Bush.
Loony Clooney said:
“It’s ridiculous — Lewinsky performs a sex act on the president therefore we attack Iraq.”
Hmmm, I’d stick to playing eye-candy George.
Of course, Clooney has it exactly right.
The press forgives Bush for his fake war and killing our soldiers,
and they constantly refer to Clinton as the man who can't be trusted.
“Liberals keep saying there was no connection
between Saddam and Al-Qaeda.
Hussein and Al-Qaeda had every reason, in fact more than most, to work together
in some fashion. Their common enemy is the United States. Why would they
exercise self-restraint and not have collaborated against us?”
--Rush the serial liar
But Pigboy - Al Gore and I have "every reason" to work together,
but we haven't.
Who in the world taught you logic?
This president can get richer if he connects Osama to some oil
he wants to steal,
but that's not a good reason to go to war and get hundreds of men (and women) killed.
Sshhhh, someone may hear you exercising free speech
Before our conversation ended, the man told me of other public officials who also are fearful of speaking out.
"You have to be careful what you say in public these days," he added.
I instinctively looked around to see if
anyone was hiding in the gathering twilight. For a moment, I felt like
was in Nazi Germany or the Soviet Union under Joseph Stalin. Never did I think I would live to see the day
when an honest man was afraid to speak his mind on political issues in America.
These days, it happens all the time.
That's what happens when a crooked court says "Stop counting those ballots."
Subject: Supporting the troops
I'll pay for the first 10 .mils who sign up for their first three months, or $150.
Dude, that's very generous of you.
So if any of you military guys & gays want three months of
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“Why in the name of Sam Hill do you turn to
the government to get you a freaking job?
Since when did this happen? So you're out of work. Join the club! We've all been there.”
But Pigboy, Bush COST these people their jobs. He killed the economy
slashed taxes for the super-rich so they could buy the broken conpamies.
Why the hell shouldn't they ask him to knock it off so they can work?
Is Under Attack - Let's Take it Back
by Cynthia McKinney, targeted by Bush for asking too many questions
The powers that be...would like to see us divided.
I'm not just saying that. They wrote
that in their COINTELPRO papers; about how they
would keep blacks separated from each other, and separated from Africans, and separated
from other people of color, and most importantly, separated from progressive activist whites.
They wrote that they would discredit black activists so they would lose favor within their
community and within our American community. They also wrote that they would replace
authentic black leaders with what they called "clean Negroes" whom they had groomed to be
more loyal to them than to us. Those aren't my words, they're their words.
American soldier body count in Iraq
It now stands at
Damn, we lost three yesterday.
How many more are we willing to tolerate?
Note: Believe this figure.
It's from http://lunaville.org/warcasualties/Summary.aspx
You have two minutes to rant away.
"I'll be back"
Let's remember that when Arnold said his most famous catch phrase,
he was walking to a cop.
And when he came back, it was in a pickup thru the wall of the police station and he proceeded
to kill a whole lot of cops with his shotgun.
I know they were just actors, but is this bag of muscles going
to run on the "Hollywood-is-violent"
bandwagon that all Republicans love to bash?
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