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"My experience in the first Bush White House
"Bush has isolated us from the world and frittered
away the goodwill we received after 9/11,
leaving the United States to endure nearly all of the costs of the war - in money and in lives.
And like the Medicare and energy bills, the war has been a bonanza of corporate treats and
profiteering for Bush's and Cheney's Republican cronies. It is up to the Democrats to keep
talking to the American people about what was done wrong in Iraq and to keep pressure on
the Bush administration to address the critical issues we face there."
--Kirsten Powers, waiting for the Democrats to oppose Bush, Attribution
Lady, I hope you brought a big box full of Snickers bars.
Productivity of U.S. companies rocketed at a 9.4 percent annual rate in the third quarter,
the best in 20 years, offering an encouraging sign that the economic resurgence will be lasting.
"The booming productivity gains are translating
into better profits, which are now inducing
businesses to expand activities - namely investing and hiring," said Mark Zandi of Economy.com.
I guess that explains why everyone who wants a great job has one
Yes, it's the biggest gain since Reagan destroyed the economy in the early eighties.
This is the same web site that says, "The
estimated costs for maintaining troops in Iraq ranges from
$84.4 billion to $125.3 billion for the next five years, enough to increase projected U.S. federal budget
deficits by as much as 9%. Although these are not insignificant sums of spending, they will not have
much impact on the long-term budget outlook..."
No, of course not.
$125 billion is nothing.
The B.F.E.E. steals that much every day before noon.
"Back in the Clinton days, self-styled "deficit
hawks" decried efforts to pass universal health coverage
on the grounds that doing so might deepen the deficit. Now, many of the same supposed deficit hawks
happily vote for budget-busting giveaways that benefit their party's ideological and business allies.
Politicians who can't say 10 words without praising "free markets" back big subsidies that will tilt the
market toward their contributors. Few challenge their capitalist credentials. Building transit, roads and
schools, and helping the young and the poor to buy health insurance and get a better education -- these
might justify deficits to finance investments for the next generation. Sending us into a hole to buy an
election and to help well-connected interest groups just doesn't seem worth it. The New Big Spenders
are very different from the old ones. How long will it take us to understand that?"
--E.J. Dionne, Jr., Attribution
What a great point!
The same Democrats who stabbed Clinton in the back on health care backed Bush on this disaster.
When Bill and Hillary tried to fix health care, the GOP said, "You can't fix health care because the
problem is too big. It's 1/7 of the economy so you can't fix that problem," and the Democrats and
the all-GOP press agreed that their health care plan was a nothing more than "boondoggle."
The chickenshit Democrats ran away from their president and let
the GOP call them "tax and spend
liberals who want to destroy the greatest health care system in the world," and I'll be damned
if the Democrats didn't say, "We're sorry, he's not our president," only to lose the House the next
year and the senate soon after. Now those same bums cozy up to Bush because they fear Karl Rove.
Every day, Rush reminds his viewers what a disaster Clinton was
for the Democrats. Truth is, Clinton
taught a scared party how to fight back, whipping George the Smarter and Bob Dole, but the Democrats
chose to stab Clinton in the back so they could wimper at Bush's feet and beg, "Please don't hurt me."
I need a drink...
Jones, still after Clinton's zipper
The poor girl, just like Tim Russert, needs a new hobby
Report: Nader's ego raising money to help Bush again
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I wonder, will Nader again say Bush and Gore are twins?
Perkel's old bosses make crooked Diebold eat it
In a major victory for free speech enthusiasts on the Internet, Diebold has agreed
not to sue voting rights advocates who publish leaked documents about the alleged
security breaches of electronic voting.
Diebold did not disclose specifics on why
it had dropped its legal case, but the decision
is a major reversal of the company's previous strategy. Ohio-based Diebold, which controls
more than 50,000 touch-screen voting machines nationwide, had threatened legal action
against dozens of individuals who refused to remove links to its stolen data.
"This is a huge victory that shows we have weapons
on our side to protect free speech
from overbearing copyright laws so that the Internet remains a forum for public discussion,"
said EFF staff attorney Wendy Seltzer. "We're trying to hammer home that you can't go
around making idle threats that aren't backed up by the law."
Jon Stweart hosts Hannity & Colmes tonight
Alice Cooper on the Hollywood Walk O'Fame
Bono to be honored by the King Center
Barbara Bush & the Pansy Division
Spike Lee on rap
The most powerful women in Hollywood
'Jingle Ball Rock'
Playboy going High-Def
Fred Durst & his 7 stitches
Sting presenting Britain's Bad Sex Award
NASCAR on the south lawn of the White House
Titanic menu sells for $49K
Winston Churchill letters auctioned
Glen Campbell formally charged
'I'm With Busey' cancelled
And 'gay' is a bad word in Louisiana
"I saw what the Clintons did to our White House,
to employees who worked there,
to the military officers unlucky enough to serve there - and I was myself subjected
to one of the most hateful smear campaigns ever launched against a Clinton truth-teller.
--Gary Aldrich, who is nothing more than Linda Tripp with a penis, probably Attribution
Gary Aldrich, the liar who said Bill snuck out of the White House
at night to bang babes.
Gary Aldrich, who agreed to serve the president, but chose to write a book of lies so
he could go on every Nazi hate radio show and slur the best president we ever had.
Gary Aldrich, who hated the Clintons because some young staffers wore blue jeans
Gary Aldrich, who said Hillary adorned the White House tree with penis ornaments.
(By the way, Gary, why didn't you take a picture of the penis ornaments? Just like
the "vandalism" the Clinton people did to the White House, no cameras were available,
so we'll just have to take the whore's word for it, right?)
Hey Gary, you say the military men were unlucky to serve under
Let me ask a question: Did Clinton have 435 of them killed to steal some oil?
It's Christmas on The West Wing.
If it's the show I think it is, Jerry Buss, Kobe Bryant's boss, is going to play the
worst poker in history tonight on the Travel Channel. This is worth watching
to learn how not to play the game.
Again and again, Buss throws away great cards while his smarter
bluffs with a 3-6 and shows it to Buss after every hand! The kid keeps laughing at Buss,
but somehow, the announcers saw it as "genuine friendship," for some damn reason.
60 Minutes II is doing a story on the soldiers wounded
for Bush's oil snatch.
Plus, Law & Order and more Paris Hilton. In the previews, they showed Nicole
Ritchie slide her hand all the way up a cow's rectum, which is just gross, but then
she chases Paris around the barn with the gooey glove. It's Ozzy-style humor.
Does al-Qaeda exist?
"...media reports claim that al-Qaeda may have developed 'car-bomb capability' in the USA,
and that al-Qaeda has compiled a 'kidnappers' manual' and is plotting to snatch American troops
from Iraq and other parts of the Middle East. Every day since the 9/11 attacks of 2001 there have
been media reports about al-Qaeda - its leaders, members, capabilities, bank accounts, reach and threat.
What is this al-Qaeda? Does such a group even exist?
If Bush was able to wipe out Al Qaeda, would he let us in on that?
Al Qaeda is what gives Bush all his extraordinary executive powers.
With Al Qaeda destroyed, we might get the Bill of Rights back, and as Bush famously said
around his nonaugural, "This would be so much easier if I was the dictator."
Your chances of duplicating the achievements of W and Jeb are infinitely more realistic than imitating
the feats of No. 3 son Neil. Becoming president or governor of a large state can happen to mere mortals.
But to live a life where mysterious women
show up at your hotel room to have sex with you and
corporations pay you hundreds of thousands of dollars as a consultant for something you know
nothing about is a life belonging only to Neil "Superfly" Bush.
Last week, a deposition that was part of
his divorce proceedings last spring was released. In it, Bush
admitted that while he was on trips to Thailand and Hong Kong, women would knock on his hotel room
door, enter, have sex with him, and leave without any money being exchanged.
Talk about room service.
I'm ecstatic when the housekeeper leaves an extra chocolate mint on my pillow.
Subject: Celebrity poker
I don't know if the audience members could
see the cards like we could at home.
Regardless, it's not REAL poker when you have audience members yell, "Call him, Schwimmer!" or "Fold, Affleck!"
In fact, if audience members COULD see the
cards, then that would have been cheating in a REAL tournament!
Sorry, I thought it was a dud. I'm looking forward to what you have to say on it!
I liked it, and I'm sure the crowd couldn't see their cards.
Rule Number One in poker is "Deal the cards."
When they played, they played.
They weren't there to crack jokes or be cute.
The Travel Channel has the best poker, hands down.
I'd say the celebrity Poker ties with ESPN's WSOP.
The stakes are higher at the WSOP, but the announcers annoy me.
Speaking of yesterday's VCR
Tracy Morgan was OK, but I probably won't watch again.
I thought the Paris Hilton show was a hoot!
Previews showed her necking with the local yokels.
Trust me, Altus, AR has never had anyone like Paris Hilton in their town before.
She's going to tear thru those local boys like Bart tears thru a ditto-monkey.
Funny, I identified more with Hilton than the Arkies. As a kid, I remember going
to visit relatives in Arkansas and they'd buy live chickens and chop off their heads
and throw the carcass in the yard to walk around like a chicken with it's head cut off.
...and you expect me to eat that? I want my food to come from the damn Safeway.
Besides, they had ticks in their bed. I slept thousands of times in Arkansas and I
never had a tick in my bed. I think FOX just wants to make Arkansas look stupid
as another dig at Clinton.
24 continues to slap Bush and be a worsening show. Nobody ever follows protocol
on that nutty show. Someone says, "I order you to do "X," and that person will say,
"That's not fair," and then they don't follow their orders. These people are in charge
of keeping America safe from the terrorists? And remember, our hero Jack is as
wacky on the junk as the vulgar Pigboy.
Line of Duty had similar problems. The FBI graduate never follows direct orders - never.
Her first day on the job, she repeatedly refused direct commands, over and over. I spotted the
FBI guy inside the mob the minute he "killed" the drug dealer. He just got out of jail and should've
had no idea what the drug dealer looked like, yet we walked up to him in a crowd and "shot" him.
...saw it on Marty's E! page
Terminator targets Dirty Harry
Arnold the Groper is drawing up a hit list of officials who may be fired, and Clint Eastwood's name is on it.
It is a political grudge match between California's
two leading celebrity Republicans. Political pundits say
Eastwood angered Groper for offering to film a television commercial for Gray Davis, during the election
that brought the Austrian-born Hollywood superstar to power.
Now Groper is under pressure from right-wing
donors and party activists to punish Eastwood by stripping
him of his position as an official guardian of the state's renowned redwood trees and wildlife.
Eastwood's term as a parks commissioner
lapses next month. He was expected to stay on for another four
years after galvanising the previously moribund parks service. This is now in jeopardy as Groper plans
sweeping changes that could see up to 10,000 job cuts or changes in the new year.
Sources close to Eastwood say, "This is petty
score-settling at its worst."
Of course it is - this is today's GOP.
Subject: The GOP and New York
Thanks for the call last night.
My husband was out of work for two years
after 9/11, first time in his working life of 35 years.
He is at least temporarily back at work, and I have to continue working just to keep health insurance.
Something is wrong somewhere when people are working just for health insurance.
I work downtown, and was just across the
street when the second plane hit the WTC. I turned to run away
and fell and broke my ankle. So you could say I am "involved" in the whole mess. What absolutely kills me
is the advantage this administration is taking of the situation. They are holding their convention here, as close
to 9/11 as they can get, but DeLay has decided that delegates may be offended by the protesters and so has
hired an ocean liner for them all to stay at and party, off-shore. God forbid they have any contact with the
people directly affected by the attacks.
Furthermore, New York City remains the number
one target, and yet is ranked 49th in the amount received
for homeland security. These people have no shame.
We have decided, for the first time to donate
money this election year. Mainly to alternative media, since they
are the only ones getting the message out. Other than token amounts, we never felt moved before. I think it
pretty darn sorry that a $100 contribution ranks a phone call. The work you are doing is of utmost importance.
Keep up the good fight, it is appreciated
more than you know. I just worry that the justice dept., may as you
get bigger and more noticed, decide to take an interest in your activities. I wouldn't put it past them.
E in New York
E, it was my pleasure talking to you, and
thanks again for your subscription.
I hope you get many hours of entertainment from the radio shows.
...and if Ashcroft knocks on the door at BartCop Manor, get me Mark Geragos!
"The liberals are back and they're angry. Al
Franken's book is angry. Molly Ivens' book is angry.
They're having a Hate Bush dinner in Hollywood. And the official Democratic Party Web log is
called 'kicking ass.' Liberals used to be angry years ago. They hated Nixon. And crowds outside
the White House cheered when Watergate scandal forced him to resign. Anti-war liberals hated LBJ,
though he was a Democrat. The chant was, "Hey, hey, LBJ, how many kids have you killed today?'
Now the chants are about Bush and Iraq.
--Bruce Morton, Attribution
Democrats all around the country hate Bush.
People in every country in the world hate Bush, more than any other American president in history.
Each country with a free press (wish we had that) know what a disaster Bush is for world peace and the environment.
The rest of the world, in poll after poll, say Bush is a bigger threat than Saddam or Osama.
So why do our elected Democrats in Washington worship him so much?
Trust me, nobody is as tired of seeing this
graphic than I am.
Maybe, someday, this picture won't be relevant anymore.
Maybe, someday, the Democrats will stop their Bush worship and we
could have a ceremonial burning of this graphic at some BartFest.
...but that would require two things - balls on a democrat.
Lawyer: Soldier reprimanded for marrying Iraqi
PENSACOLA, Fla. - A Florida National Guard soldier has been reprimanded and will be
discharged over his marriage to an Iraqi woman while on a foot patrol in Baghdad, his lawyer said Monday.
Sgt. Sean Blackwell, 27, is being punished
for divulging the time and location of the patrol to his bride,
Ehdaa, and the Iraqi judge who married them, but he avoided a possible court-martial for dereliction of duty
and disobeying orders, said Pensacola attorney Richard Alvoid.
"The more they punish him, the more negative publicity
the military likely will receive," Alvoid said.
"He is guilty of falling in love."
Great Christmas Gifts
Drops Ship Idea
Hookers and drug dealers to be land-based
Tom DeLay will not go ahead with his plan to use a luxury cruise liner as a floating entertainment center
for members of Congress, lobbyists and contributors during Nazi-Con-2004, an aide said yesterday.
As criticism mounted, particularly from
Republicans concerned that they would appear elitist if they stayed
on a ship away from the heart of the city and its people, he backed off, saying it was not worth the fight.
Well, it goes without saying that no democrats objected.
They don't have any problem with anything the GOP has done since they stole the White House.
You see, it would've been impolite to criticize Delay's hooker boat, so the Democrats stayed silent.
They just want to be George's friend so he might give them a nickname.
I'm nuts about boat hookers
Subject: Saddam's nephew?
OK fine, hard to resist a good quote.
But seriously, why would you quote SH's nephew as if he were trustworthy?
In the same article he said this,
"Ali, who lives in Geneva, dismissed as a "fairytale"
the suggestion that Saddam and his relatives
amassed millions during their years in power, including 462m Swiss francs (£207.7m) apparently
hidden in Swiss bank accounts. The family was broke, he claimed. "
But would you believe it? Maintain the cred you've earned!
Michael in Chicago
Michael, I didn't read that article.
I liked the quote, and lifted it for the page.
You read the attribution - and I'm sure Saddam still has millions.
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Rush is not addicted to prescription
He is addicted to pain killers for which he does not have a legal prescription.
Subject: Perkel as host
Monday, I read your "applause" for Marc
Perkel. So I thought I'd email him and ask him if
he'd be willing to Host the DNS for our website once it's registered through some other group.
Marc stated he could handle the job - and
that's a real hurdle for us. We didn't want to register
through our local ISP for a few dozen reasons, and our alternative was to go out and find someone
who'd be willing to handle it for us. ...It appears that Mr. Perkel very well might fit the bill.
We're waiting for the hardware to arrive,
which should be here before the end of this week.
Once arrived, I get Marc's server addresses and get our website registered. Once completed,
put up the final touches of our website and send you our banner-ad along with the forty-bucks!
Thanks to you and Fud (for getting Mark's message to me)
Besides knwoing his stuff and having good prices and extra-low
Perkel is pretty much fearless in his willingness to take on the big boys.
Marc Perkel has the best anti-spam programs that exist.
His address is email@example.com and he will not sell your address and he won't lie to you.
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Bush's American soldier body count in Iraq
Last issue it was..
....this issue it's
More Americans lives snuffed out by the
Bush gangster's theft of the White House.
Soon - we'll be at 500, and then 800 and then 1000.
Will the Democrats be willing to fight for their country next
Or will they just hand it to Bush on their knees, like they did in 2000 and 2002?
I'm a serious president.
Total deaths since President Giggle and Kill said, "Bring
Plus, at least
2496 wounded for Bush's illegal oil
Many of them are missing arms, legs, eyes and their memories from head wounds.
How much more are we willing to tolerate?
Chickenhawk in Baghdad
It is doubtful that Bush is perceptive enough to note the ironies implicit in both his presence and his pronouncements,
though surely Karl Rove and his fellow cogs in the White House spin machine got a chuckle out of every nuance.
While speaking for purposes of ostensibly expressing gratitude - isn't that what the holiday is all about in the first place?
- Bush's words served instead both to perpetuate illusions and to inculcate fear. The President's repetitive mantra of
"terror," "danger," freedom" and the like - the familiar buzzwords guaranteed to fulment unreasoning emotions in the
hearts of all good Fox-viewing Americans - seemingly found its origins on Madison Avenue rather than Pennsylvania Avenue.
Deftly baiting-and-switching the public's
attention away from the 60 personnel slain over the course of the preceding
or the spiraling costs of a mission he had declared "accomplished" mere months before, Bush's underlying message to
America seemed to be that the boogeyman was at the door, that danger still stalked the stars and stripes, and that only
continued neo-colonialism could protect our TVs, toasters and steel-belted radials from sinister terrorists.
Don't let them lie to you:
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Subject: coverage of politics
Dear sirs, I would like to see more coverage
of Gen. Wesley Clark.
Clark is a force that's building. He leads in almost all Democratic web site polls.
People are flocking to his campaign in droves.
This guy is for real.
I would appreciate more coverage.
You want ratings?
Give people what they want.
Keith in Ohio
"What I witnessed in the Clinton White House,
I wish I could share with the American people.
Because it was as petty as taking gifts, and it was as gross as Waco. They've managed to
discredit me as -- my credibility is questioned. And so anything I say is taken into question.
There seems to be the sense that I was a vast right-wing conspirator, yet five years later I
think it should be clear, I never took a cent. I never made a cent on the notoriety. I didn't
write a book. It wasn't for self-enrichment. And it never was. And it still isn't."
--Linda Tripp, liar and whore who got $600K from the Bush administration. Attribution
They continue to play the phoney Waco card,
years after John Danforth (R-Dogfood) said the fire
was 100 percent certainly not started by the government. Everybody knows that, but there's so much
profit in lying about the Clintons they just can't help themselves.
Linda Tripp is the most famous backstabber
of the modern age. The Clinton White House didn't
discredit you, slut, your actions did that. Everybody has confided in a friend some secret, but
you'd have to be the biggest backstabber ever to put a friend's sex life on national TV.
And the reason you didn't get a book deal
is even Luci the Bat knew nobody would buy your whore book,
not even the red meat Clinton haters.. Your collusion with a book agent proves your goal all along was to
screw a friend for profit and attempt to take down a popular president and it backfired on you.
Rest in peace, Linda Tripp.
I hope we never see another George Stephanopolous like you.
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Subject: Monday's MP3 link
Thanks for linking to Geff King's inimitable
"Down in Washington" (though the mention appears
to have busted his quota cap). Geff's band "Honky Tonk Confidential" is a must-see for anybody
living in (or visiting) the general D.C. area and likes rootsy y'alternative country.
Their CDs rock, too. What band could write
a ripping country tribute to Pee-Wee Herman?
Certainly not Toby Keith.
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Subject: (No subject)
what pig wrote this a personal opinion is just that whyt thrust it on the internet
Hold on, let me find my ditto-monkey-to-English
OK, "What pig wrote this?"
There's no telling what "this" is, but odds are I'm the pig who wrote it.
Also, question marks are good things, especially since I'll bet you have loooooots of questions.
"A personal opinion is just that."
Yes, and facts are facts.
If I knew what you were talking about, I could probably straighten you out.
Just guessing, maybe you read "The Myth of the Liberal Media."
but as long as you're speaking ditto-monkey-ese, I can only guess.
"Whyt thrust it on the internet?"
So I could do battle with people like you
and appear very, very smart.
I think your a commie.
I think your
missing an apostrophe, but I am not, nor have I ever been a commie.
"Have you ever been in the service?"
No, they refused to take me. You see, I had this giant 20 pound cyst on my ass.
No wait, ...that was Rush Limbaugh - sorry.
Actually my rich daddy bought my way into
the elite, champagne unit that only flew jets
for which spare parts were no longer made, insuring that I'd never see any combat.
No wait, ...that was the Deserter in Chief George Bush.
Tell me, as a military man (that's a compliment)
how can you stand knowing that your Commander
was an AWOL, cocaine-snorting pussy who eventually deserted while other people, maybe even
people you know, were shot at or died while that coward was getting drunk in Mexico?
But to answer your question, I took my army
physical but was unable to do a deep knee bend
or a squat or whatever that's called so they sent me back to my commie commune.
have you always been rich ????
Yes, I was a self-made millionaire at the
age of seven when I built the largest paper route in ...Denver.
At ten, I organized the Wee Paper Carrier's Union 404 and got set up with organized crime, loaning them
money to build casinoes* and such. I've been on living on Easy Street ever since.
god people like you need to go to basic
training to at least wake up
and be happy that you live in democracy
I may have a slick web page and an IQ of 64, but there's no reason to call me "God."
By the way, neither of us live in a democracy.
America is a representative republic.
Besides, our votes no longer count. Just like in Iraq, in America the son of the previous
dictator is faux-appointed by a crooked governing council we call The Supreme Court.
...and I'm happy except when I think what that murdering monster did to our country.
All kidding aside, do you know people who have been wounded or
killed in Bush's fake war?
How can you stick with a greedy oil thief and watch your brothers be cut down, day after day?
Don't you think it's sad that they died to boost Bush's sagging approval ratings?
In contrast, Clinton never sent a man into battle who didn't come
So I'm guessing - you hate him with all your heart and soul, right?
Between getting a blow job or raping the planet, which president has caused more harm?
Yes, one of us needs to wake up.
"The thing that nobody might think about or
understand is that I'm happy for McNabb.
I'm happy for the Eagles. I'm happy that they've put it together, and I'm happy to have had a role in it."
--Rush the vulgar junkie, happy about the racism that got him fired from his dream job
Republicans are trying to gerrymander themselves into perpetuity
In power, the congressional Republicans who once promised "reform" have adopted all the
awful habits of their Democratic predecessors -- except that the Republicans are behaving
considerably worse. They have abused the old pork-barrel system to an extent that Democrats
never dared. They have ripped House rules and violated bipartisan norms in a manner that even
the most dictatorial Democratic leaders never contemplated.
They're doing that because they can.
The Democrats are afraid to say, "Stop, thief," when the
mugger steals their purse, so the mugger will steal their purse every day for the rest of their lives.
Remember - we're going to win.
So don't give up. Continue the fight.
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