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Quote of the Day
"A trip to Iraq is not a substitute for a plan."
"He sends our troops to Iraq. He doubles their
tour of duty because he underestimates
the resistance of the Iraqis. And then, at the end of last summer, he says he's going to
cut combat pay, or dangerous pay, for the veterans. Now, the Congress -- for our people over in Iraq.
Congress reversed him and added a little
money. But imagine the president sending people over,
doubling their tour of duty and then trying to cut their pay. He goes to a VA hospital and says how
great the veterans are and they deserve good health care, and then he cuts 164,000 off their VA benefits.
That is not a president who understands
that it's people that defend America, and not the folks in his
office deciding to go into Iraq.
--Howard Dean to Chris Wallace (R-Nazi), Attribution
Medicare beneficiaries will not be allowed to buy insurance to cover their share of
prescription drug costs under the new Medicare bill to be signed by Bush, the legislation says.
Millions of Medicare beneficiaries have
bought private insurance to fill gaps in Medicare.
But a little-noticed provision of the legislation prohibits the sale of any Medigap policy that
would help pay drug costs after Jan. 1, 2006, when the new Medicare drug benefit becomes available.
If the Democrats hadn't jumped in bed with
Bush on this, HE would get all the blame when
people find out he sold them out to the insurance lobby. Florida has tons of old people,
so why didn't Graham filibuster this crappy bill that will screw seniors?
"This fence is here for your protection. Do
not approach or try to cross, or you will be shot."
--sign posted in front of the razor-wire fence in Abu Hishma,
No. 1 in polls, third in BCS
Oklahoma, after Mondale-size whipping, plays for championship
Despite getting walloped by Kansas State 35-7 on Saturday night, Oklahoma will
take its 12-1 record to the Sugar Bowl against LSU, which won the Southeastern
Conference championship by beating Georgia 34-13.
When I saw the 35-7 score, it was like they got the scores reversed.
Everybody knows more about football than I do, but the reason Oklahoma only
scored 7 points is because once they got behind, they kept attempting passes that
were 30 and 40 yards down the field, which gave the Wildcats plenty of time to
either intercept the ball or knock it away or crunch the receiver so hard he'd dropped it.
Even when they had a full second have to go, they continued to
get-it-all-back-on-one-play passes and that sealed their fate. You guys who know
football, why didn't they throw ten yard passes and move down the field and score?
Is it true that God gave his only begotten
son so that whosoever should
believe in him would become a homophobic, Republican Jesus freak?
will beat Bush in 2004
by James Boyne
President Bush is not a President. He is just a kid. He is just a transient personality in history,
passing by, that history will barely mention in a short one hundred years from now.
He will be remembered as the son of a President,
who came to office on the strength of "name recognition".
He will be remembered as a President who was lead by the nose by special interest groups, lobbyists,
Cabinet appointees, major corporate interests, and the hidden agenda of corrupt Republican politics.
He may be remembered as the President that destroyed the Republican Party in the interests of "special interests".
What emerges in its place, no one knows.
He will be remembered, if he is remembered
at all, for the sheer folly of a foreign policy that alienated the world
against us. He will be remembered for reading a bedtime story to a class of grammar school students as the worst
terrorist attack in our history took place. He will be remembered for failing to sense the need to protect our great
nation and for failing to take the correct retaliatory action to exact reprisal from the true culprits and prevent further
attacks. And there will be further attacks, which he himself alluded too.
I think it's impossible to gauge the stupidity of the American
I think Bush could admit he knew about 9-11 in advance and the networks and the newspapers and
talk radio would spin it that he did it for us and the people would smile and say, "Thank you, Dubya."
Hell, if we can't get our elected Democrats to vote against him, who thinks the people will?
Sunday stories include:
Astro's Christmas album selections
Bonus fresh BAGnews
Miss World 2003
Helen Mirren is a dame
Willie Nelson, fundraiser
Snow scuttled Springsteen's Saturday show
'A Christmas Story' & the leg lamp
Bridget Fonda married Danny Elfman
Name that war
A naked cowboy
Penguins and a tiger
And some links
Legacy of a Bloody November
The bloody month of November suggests another possible future for the region. Mounting terrorism
and insurgency will push the United States and its strongest coalition partners not to withdraw but to
pursue strategies of national interest more vigorously. These will emphasize larger strike forces with
greater over-the-horizon firepower that will concentrate on protecting oil facilities and fighting terrorist networks.
If America still had a free press, this would be "Bush's
"America's war or terrorism,"
because Saddam wasn't a threat to anybody but his own people. During Clinton's years of peace and
prosperity, the GOP said thousands of times that our military was stretched too think, that we had no
business nation-building and that we needed to avoid being the world's policeman, but as soon as Bush
got a hardon for Iraqi's oil the stated goals of the GOP went to hell and they changed their positions
100 percent while the Democrats merely went to sleep.
People need to be reminded that Bush lost the popular vote, even
counting the rape of democracy
that happened in Florida, so where is his mandate to change America into the opposite of what the
last twice elected president saw for America's future?
If the Democrats would just fight back with words, we could
win in 2004.
This is Bush's war, this is Bush's Medicare boondoggle, this is Bush's environmental disaster,
and above all look what the Bush economy has done to three million jobs and the stock market
I'm not asking the Democrats to risk their lives by charging some
machine gun in a jungle.
I'm asking them to speak up.
...but I guess I'm asking too much.
White House Criticizes Kerry's Profanity
John Kerry used profane language to assess Bush's fuck up in Iraq,
and Bush's chief of staff said Sunday he was out of line.
Kerry uttered a profanity in an interview
in the latest Rolling Stone
to express his dismay over Bush's fuck up in Iraq.
When asked about the success of Howard
Dean, whose anti-war message has
resounded with supporters, Kerry responded: "When I voted for the war, I voted
for what I thought was best for the country. Did I expect Howard Dean to go off
to the left and say, `I'm against everything?' Sure. Did I expect George Bush
to fuck it up as badly as he did? I don't think anybody did."
I have more respect for Kerry than I did yesterday.
Calling a fuck up "a fuck up" is what I want to hear from the Democrats.
But this is just another phony issue that Bush and his good puppy
media are using
to distract people from the soldiers who are dying every day.
Let's remember that Bush and Cheney agreed, on an open micropghone,
Adam Clymer of the NY Whore Times was "an asshole," and the less-famous
incident that the whore American press played down to help Bush, the time he
said, "Fuck Saddam, we're taking him out."
This wasn't a principled stand for an American president - it
was an opportunity for a
gang of thugs to murder thousands and steal their stuff, which in this case was oil.
So screw Bush and his phoney outrage over the "F" word.
To the person with "naesg1" in their e-mail address.
Thank you for the PayPal donation, but that address cannot receive
When I sent you instructions to you on how to get in the members section,
it bounces back to me so there's no way to get you in under that address.
Funny, PayPal will let you send money with that address,
but it's not letting me e-mail you.
Please write with a different address so we can communicate.
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Subject: signing people up
I mentioned this a year ago - a simple request that all your "fans" send your site address
and recommend it to 10 friends with a request that they send it to 10 of their friends and so on.
Chain letters work, AMWAY works... why not
Matt, that sounds like a good idea, thanks.
Disabled Fight Back Against Governator's Cuts
...and blood-soaked 'Maria, First Lady of Darkness'
by my good friend, Nick Dupree
In a classic Reaganesque misdirection, the Governator is having a disabled child light the state xmas tree this year.
This same child relies on respite care Arnold will try to end in his new budget. Pretty sick...attacking the child
you've got a photo op with. But disabled people are used to being treated like circus bears by now, right?
As always with the GOP, those that need the most help are getting
hit the hardest.
Bush and Enron screwed California into bankruptcy, no naturally the disabled will be
asked to sacrificed the most to get the state back on its feet.
It's just not right.
Subject: Some people
No matter what you do, somebody's going
It's exactly what Jesus said about the ex-leper: "There's no pleasing some people."
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is a tempting inspiration to frustrated anti-Bushers who feel the game is already over. It helps
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"For those 'chicken hawks' to accuse others
of a lack of patriotism because they are
asking questions about why it is necessary to put our young men and women at risk
is for me another hypocrisy. They were elected to be representatives in a democratic
society, and they are crushing democratic values when someone disagrees with them."
--Tim Robbins, Attribution
Dean Can't Beat Bush
by Nicholas D. Kristof
America's heartland oozes suspicion of Eastern elitists, and Mr. Dean's cockiness would exacerbate
that suspicion. Clinton oozed charm and was fluent in Southern ("even a blind hog can find an acorn,"),
while Dean needs a Berlitz course in self-deprecating folksiness.
Dean's recent remarks about Southern men
and Confederate flags showed both his awareness of this
problem and his ineptitude in addressing it. He also described the episode as a "huge contretemps,"
and I doubt that anybody who publicly uses the word "contretemps" can ever be elected president.
You get the feeling that if Dean and Bush
were stuck together in a small Missouri town, Dean would
lecture farmers about Thomas Paine's writings, while Mr. Bush would have the cafe crowd in stitches
by doing impersonations of Mr. Dean.
I'm not saying this guy is right, but you should at least read
A southern military hero - I think - has a better chance than a man
who Bush will call "a draft-dodger and a northeastern liberal elitist."
America can't survive a radical, murdering monkey who never has to face voters again.
Great Christmas Gifts
"President Bush has not only been radical and
extreme in terms of Democratic presidents
but in terms of Republican presidents, including his own father. We have to change direction
before irreparable harm is done. This administration is in danger of being the first in American
history to leave our nation worse off than when they found it."
If you have something important send it to Sam at email@example.com
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Is there any chance you will be on the liberal talk radio network?
Tom, I need to get a whole lot better.
Even with 21 shows out, that's still only about 21 hours in front of a microphone.
The radio is sounding a lot better than the early shows,
but once I get my brain and my mouth connected, it'll get real good.
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failure' links to Bush
The pinheaded chimp has been 'Google Bombed'
Web users entering the words "miserable failure" into the popular search engine are directed
to the biography of the president on the White House website. The trick is possible because
Google searches more than just the contents of web pages - it also counts how often a site is
linked to, and with what words. Thus, members of an online community can affect the results
of Google searches - called "Google bombing" - by linking their sites to a chosen one.
ha ha - and what a great picture they used
where are you now?
Don't you care about your sons and daughters?
Don't you know we need you now.
We can't fight alone against this monster
I was going to let this go but I got so much mail about it.
I know Monster was written by Steppenwolf and not John Lennon.
It seems like we've been screaming "America, where are you
now?" for so long
and most people, busy with their jobs and kids, don't know how much trouble we're in.
These busy people just might vote for Bush so he can "protect" them.
The reference to John Lennon was my frustration leaking out.
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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 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 no longer arming al Qaeda.
Total deaths since President Giggle and Kill said, "Bring
Plus, at least
wounded for Bush's illegal oil grab.
Many of them are missing arms, legs, eyes and their memories from head wounds.
Oh, and the burn victims will make your heart sink.
How much more are we willing to tolerate?
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Dave H from Florida
Ever heard of Neil Bush?
Ever heard of Neil Bush? No? Well, that's not surprising. Know anything about the 1988
Silverado Savings and Loan failure in Colorado that cost taxpayers at least $1.3 billion?
Never heard of it? Maybe you are too young to remember, or as a fan of the Bush family, you would rather forget.
Neil Bush is the almost invisible younger
son of George and Barbara Bush. He's the black sheep of the family,
the one who missed being indicted for his role in Silverado by the length of his father's presidential coat tails.
But Neil has once again come to public attention
for his role in helping Chinese corporations increase exports
to the United States, all for an annual fee of $400,000. This at a time when his brother's administration is trying
to achieve just the opposite.
Once again, the pink tutu Democrats repeatedly drop the ball.
During the first five years of Whitewater, why didn't the Democrats constantly remind voters
that Jim McDougal playing funny money with three hundred times less money than what
Neil Bush stole from the taxpayers - but they all remained silent and let their president be
impeached by the vengeful bastards who couldn't beat him at the ballot box.
Clinton, who was innocent of everything except Monica, was crucified
because he was a Democrat,
and Neil Bush gets a free pass for stealing over a billion because his daddy was a republican.
Bottom line - they fight and we're afraid to.
One more thing - remember all the attacks against Roger Clinton
for trading on the Clinton name?
The Bush bastards have been doing that for decades, but when they trade on their name, you can
bet your ass a whole lot of Americans will die as a result.
"I'm nobody's iddiot."
From: Larry McBride
Subject: Your homework
(Note: Most of what Larry sends here doesn't get printed.)
Your homework for the weekend.
Check it out item by item.
It explains why your ridiculous "Bush was
AWOL" claim is just plain stupid.
All the rest of your accusations of Bush crumble into dust.
Feel free to check out other "Urban Legends"
Larry, snopes can't (and didn't) say Bush never went AWOL because
doesn't have the power to go back in time and change the facts.
Snopes merely pointed out that Bush didn't write that comedy resume.
Here's what snopes said:
The George W. Bush "résumé," one of the most forwarded items of 2003, is a mixed bag
of entries of varying degrees of truthfulness, many of them quite complex and/or subjective in nature.
We haven't had the time to properly delve into the multiplicity of claims contained in it yet.
However, because so many of our readers have asked us about this e-mail, we list here a couple of
links to other sources which attempt to document (or refute) the items listed in the "résumé."
The first link under "Did Bush really go AWOL" is http://www.straightdope.com/columns/030411.html
In 1972, four years into his six-year guard commitment, he was asked to work for the campaign of Bush family
friend Winton Blount, who was running for the U.S. Senate in Alabama. In May Bush requested a transfer to an
Alabama Air National Guard unit with no planes and minimal duties. Bush's immediate superiors approved the
transfer, but higher-ups said no. The matter was delayed for months. In August Bush missed his annual flight
physical and was grounded. (Some have speculated that he was worried about failing a drug test--the Pentagon
had instituted random screening in April.) In September he was ordered to report to a different unit of the Alabama
guard, the 187th Tactical Reconnaissance Group in Montgomery. Bush says he did so, but his nominal superiors
say they never saw the guy, there's no documentation he ever showed up, and not one of the six or seven
hundred soldiers then in the unit has stepped forward to corroborate Bush's story.
Hey Larry, what's it like to constantly be wrong?
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