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"Beware of those who sell the tools of war, 
  because they may also sell you war.
  And when we buy war, we buy the death 
  of our own children." 
   -- General Eisenhower  (1890-1969)   Attribution

 Ike was right.
 The BFEE builds the weapons systems and steals the
 elections (1980, 2000) so they can fabricate reasons
 to send our best into the desert to die for blood profits.

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Volume 1327 -  The Gunner's Dream


  Friday    June 4, 2004


"Now, how many of you look at the Democrat Party and see it that way? I mean, if there's
  a party that's soulless, it's the Democratic Party. If there are people, by definition, who are
  soulless, it is liberals! By definition. You know, souls come from God. No, you can't go there!
  You look at the trouble they're having. The European Union is trying to put together a Constitution.
  There's some people over there want God in it. It's all falling apart. Those elitist socialists, the
  friends of John Kerry, don't want God anywhere near the Constitution or anything else having
  to do with the formal official structure of the EU."
    --the vulgar Pigboy Limbaugh,  Attribution

 Hey Pigboy, I have a question:
 Why don't you open and close each hour of each show with a pray to God?

 Could the reason be that prayer doesn't belong in a talk radio show?

 There must be a good reason why you don't want God in your show,
 is it because you're a soulless bastard or because you're a Democrat?

 Is a Massive Stock Market crash coming?
  Funny business with the money supply suggests so...

  Click  Here

 ...the Federal Reserve has confirmed our Stock Market Crash forecast by raising the Money Supply (M-3)
 by crisis proportions, up another 46.8 billion this past week. What awful calamity do they see? Something is up.

 This is unprecedented, unheard-of pre-catastrophe M-3 expansion. M-3 is up an amount that we've never seen
 before without a crisis - $155 billion over the past 4 weeks!! There must be a crisis of historic proportions coming,
 and the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States is making sure that there is enough liquidity in place to protect
 our nation's fragile financial system. The amazing thing is, the Fed's actions mean they know what is about to happen.
 They are aware of a terrible, horrific imminent event. What could it be?

 One can draw no other conclusion except that the Fed is acting irresponsibly in its managing the money supply,
 in fulfilling its duty to "maintain a stable currency." I reject the notion that the Fed is acting irresponsibly.
 No, something is up, bigger than we have ever seen in the history of the United States.

 Could it be the BFEE power grab after Kerry wins the election?
 If Bush turned the army on Americans in the street, would that cause the market to crash?

 Can the BFEE hold off the crash until after Diebold fixes the election?
 I think gold stocks are looking pretty good right now...

  Care to comment?


"You need to prepare your public health facilities. You need to prepare your hospitals
  and all the immediate first responders. Many of them will tell you right now that despite
  the talk over the course of the last years, there has not been that kind of preparation,"
    -- John Kerry, interview with Associated Press Radio two days ago  Attribution

 Bush is so busy raping the Treasury, and giving our tax money to the super-rich,
 America isn't the least bit prepared for the next 9-11.


 Subject: prisoner abuse

 The involvement of "civilian contractors" in this is not only no accident,
 it was planned for with the blanket immunity given before the war started.
 All the blame can be shuffled off on them, but they aren't liable...

 Keep Swingin'


 Mr. 'Slam Dunk's" Exit
  Tenet resigns, Bush, Cheney & Rummy should follow

  Click  Here

 While there is no proof that CIA reports on Saddam's weapons were falsified to please Bush
 administration hawks, the available facts suggest that crucial parts of them were, as postwar arms
 inspector David Kay put it, "almost all wrong." After months of prickly defensiveness, Mr. Tenet
 barely acknowledged that reality in a single speech last February; like the administration he serves,
 he has never fully accepted responsibility for what will surely be remembered as one of the most
 significant intelligence failures in U.S. history. The ongoing damage of that failure is only compounded
 by the conspicuous absence of accountability.

  Care to comment?

Get Your War On, (c) 2004 by my good friend David Rees. Used with permission

 Subject: Sen Jim Inhofe is such a whore I can't stomach it

 Could you hate this guy as much as the rest of us?
 I f-ing can't believe I have to read this regarding the prison scandal:

"'humanitarian do-gooders' for kicking up an unnecessary fuss"

 "I'm pro-rape, pro-murder and pro-torture for helpless prisoners
  and I'm OK with payback for  our  boys who are taken prisoner."

 Murder, Rape and Torture of innocent civilians sanctioned by our govt. is not ENOUGH for this whore?!

 I know this is not new or news, but reading it again makes my stomach turn. If this is how these pricks
 watch the pResident's back, then they should wash his back in Texas, unemployed and not receiving benefits
 they denied everyone else. Why can't we rid ourselves of all these bastards?


 Down by Law 
   by Chris Floyd


  Click  Here

 In January 2002, official White House legal counsel Alberto Gonzales warned George W. Bush that he faced
 the possibility of execution under the U.S. War Crimes Act for the "new interrogation procedures" and other
 "flexible measures" he had authorized for the "war on terror," Newsweek reports.

 However, because Gonzales regarded himself as the consigliere for the Bush crime family and not a public servant
 sworn to uphold the Constitution, instead of denouncing Bush's policy of state terrorism -- torture, kidnapping,
 indefinite detention, hostage-taking, assassination and aggressive war -- Gonzales urged Bush to abandon the
 international Geneva Conventions and use weasel words to cover up his deliberate violations of U.S. law.

 This dereliction of duty comes as no surprise. Back in Texas, Gonzales helped Governor Bush execute a record
 number of prisoners by preparing the scanty summaries of death penalty cases that Bush reviewed before giving
 his Neronic thumbs down. Knowing just what the boss wanted, Gonzales routinely omitted mitigating circumstances
 from the summaries, including recantations of testimony and evidence of flagrant prosecutorial misconduct and
 defense malpractice, The Atlantic reports. Bush, who continually stoked popular bloodlust for vengeance to enhance
 his political fortunes, never questioned the slanted reports.

 On tap of that, Bush never read the slanted, inaccurate reports and he giggled as he killed..


 bin Laden's Money leads back to Texas

  Click  Here

 In 1979, Bush's first business, Arbusto Energy, obtained financing from James Bath, a close family friend.
 One of many investors, Bath gave Bush $ 50,000 for a 5 percent stake in Arbusto. At the time, Bath was
 the sole U.S. business representative for Salem bin Laden, head of the wealthy Saudi Arabian family and
 a brother to Osama. It has long been suspected, but never proven, that the Arbusto money came directly
 from Salem bin Laden. In a statement issued shortly after 9-11, the White House vehemently denied the
 connection, insisting that Bath invested his own money, not Salem bin Laden's, in Arbusto.

 In conflicting statements, Bush at first denied ever knowing Bath, then acknowledged his stake in Arbusto
 and that he was aware Bath represented Saudi interests. In fact, Bath has extensive ties, both to the bin Laden
 family and major players in the scandal-ridden Bank of Commerce and Credit International (BCCI) who have
 gone on to fund Osama bin Laden.    BCCI defrauded depositors of $ 10 billion in the '80s in what has been
 called the "largest bank fraud in world financial history" by former Manhattan District Attorney Robert Morgenthau.
 During the '80s, BCCI also acted as a main conduit for laundering money intended for clandestine CIA activities,
 ranging from financial support to the Afghan mujahedin to paying intermediaries in the Iran-Contra affair.

 No wonder Bush the Smarter pardoned the Iran-Contra crooks - to keep stuff like this hidden.



"Every day, I'm on my knees. I am praying on my knees. After losing my son, I want all our babies
  to come home. I don't want to see another soldier join 'military heaven.' I'm going to do everything
  I can to see that all our babies come home as soon as possible."
     --Barbara, whose son, 19-year-old Jonathan, died in Iraq,   Attribution

 Ma'am, it's my opinion forming a get-out-the-vote club for Kerry
 would save more lives than getting on your knees and praying.

 Subject: Get off the Democrat's back already

 Dear Bart:

 In a recent issue, you mentioned the four Republican senators who were forcing Bush's budget to fail,
 and saying you wish for the day a headline had the Democrats doing that for once.

 This was a totally cheap shot. They only hold the balance because the Democrats are unified as possible
 with traitors like Zell Miller or John Breaux, and the rest were unanimous, getting it close enough that the
 four GOP senators held the balance.

 The Democrats have shown Republican-like party discipline in both the House and the Senate for quite
 a while now, and have toughened noticeably.

 In what the conservatives considered a surrender debacle for Bush, he signed away any interim appointments,
 because otherwise, the Democrats threatened to filibuster all judicial nominees, requiring 60 votes to overcome.
 That is hardball, and the conservatives think Bush got beaned with a fastball.

 Soon to be the first woman Speaker of the House, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi let fly with both barrels.
 The senior leadership is speaking out like that, and not backing down. Kerry called bullshit on the attacks on his
 military record, and said he wouldn't take it from a man who couldn't even show he fulfilled his sworn duty in the TAG.
 If you noticed, they stopped that line of attack.

 Senior Democrats like Ted Kennedy and Al Gore are putting very direct accusations out there, getting the GOP
 and the corporate media whores to scream like stuck pigs. (I think my daddy's gone craa-aazy!)

 So lighten up a bit on these guys.
 They were behind the curve for a long time, it's true, but now you are.


 There are about 260 elected Democrats in Washington.
 You've named three who are fighting back, which means I'm 97 percent right.

 Why should the GOP and CNN fight our battles while the mute 97 percent cash their checks?

Hi, I'm boxing thief Don King, inviting you to
vote for a thief bigger than me, George W Bush.


"Howell Raines says that a lot of us Democrats are pining for the exuberant days and clarity
  of Bill Clinton's campaign message. I know I greatly miss Howell's exuberant obsession with
  David Bossie's bait shop gossip and Clinton's manly member and I'm sure he does too.
  Yes, it was an innocent time, a time before people like Raines aided and abetted partisan witch hunts
  that led to impeachment for blowjobs, a time before electoral legitimacy was conferred by cronies
  instead of votes, a time before a president was allowed to walk the streets naked as powerful media
  figures like Raines exuberantly described the three piece suit he wasn't wearing. It was a time before
  the country's credibility had been shattered, the magnificent might of our military and intelligence
  strength had been exposed as a paper tiger and our allies and enemies alike hated us with an
  unmatched fervor. In fact, the only thing that can be compared to that time is the huge job losses
  and enormous budget deficits of both Bush presidencies."
    --Digby, "Incandescent With Horror",    Attribution


 Smarty Jones ready to Ride into History

"Think I can't do it?
  F-ing watch me."

  Click  Here

 Smarty Jones - made the 2-5 early favorite - is considered the closest thing to a sure thing
 that may ever exist in Thoroughbred racing when he attempts to win Saturday's Belmont Stakes
 and join Seattle Slew as the only undefeated Triple Crown champion.

 I would like to be in the Sports Book of the Bellagio Saturday, standing with hundreds of people
 who've put down thousands of dollars each on this great big chunk of horseracing excitement.

 If Smarty's in the lead as they make the final turn, that room will be hotter than a Beyonce concert.

"...and down the stretch they come!"


"There is good news tonight for Chalabi.  It turns out that all along  he was
  providing accurate, truthful, helpful information. Unfortunately, it was to Iran."
     --Jon Stewart,   Attribution


"Screw Michael Moore!
Don't watch this trailer,
- it's just a pack of lies!"

 Did Bush's silver spoon cause forked tongue?


  Click  Here

 A source close to the president's piehole said that if Bush is forced to confront the forked-tongue issue,
 he will claim he injured his tongue last month when he fell off his bike. However, a bipartisan expert in
 political linguistics said it is more likely the president's condition is caused by the cumulative strain of
 playing fast and loose with the truth.

"Even the most adept prevaricator cannot expect to escape the severe tongue trauma associated with,
 say, telling millions of people you knew Saddam Hussein had weapons and even knew where some
 of them were," said Dr. Chad Lickett, an eye, ear, nose, throat and tongue specialist at Bethesda Naval Hospital.

 Subject: proving you wrong

 Who could?
 I certainly couldn't possibly prove you wrong because I'm too busy reading that fountain of truth Paul Krugman.

 I would like to be charitable and so will assume you haven't read any of the "attacks" on PK
 that don't stoop to your brand of personal attack but rather challenge many of his "facts."

 Thanks, After vesting your little website, I have decided to donate the legal maximum ($5,000 isn't it) to either Bush or Nader.

 For something different, but sad to say, requiring intellectual effort, try dealing with facts not the written equivalent of fart noises.
 And please don't bother to reply, I have garbage filter on my system.


 Carl Alan Key, JD, of counsel,
 External Legal Consultant,
 Kunz, Schima Walletin Law Firm \
 Vienna, Austria

 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Civil Engineering, B.S. 1977
 University of Miami School of Law (top 10 %; Dean's list), Juris Doctor, cum laude 1988
 International and European Law, Duke University School of Law, Copenhagen, Denmark
 McGeorge School of Law, Salzburg, Diploma of Advanced International Studies 1989
 California bar examination 1988
 Attorney at law since 1989

 Hey, fancy pants legal monkey - I would so enjoy kicking your Aryan ass in a live chat room,
 but I suppose you're "too busy" to get your candy ass straightened out by a guy with an IQ of 64.

 Plus, if you're unhappy that dozens of people will read your certainly drunken and churlish e-mail,
 you always have the option to sue me

 ha ha

  Flashback - from Volume 1071 - Goodbye Buffy

 Bush Pentagon missing a trillion dollars 
  That's "trillion" with a "T," I'll bet the BFEE got half of that

  Click  Here

 A Defense Department study says the Pentagon couldn't account for more than a trillion dollars
 in monies spent. A GAO report found Defense inventory systems so lax that the U.S.
 Army lost track of 56 airplanes, 32 tanks, and 36 Javelin missile command launch-units.

Oh, they did not!

 Rummy had those planes and equipment shipped overseas to Adnon Khashoggi who sold them to various
 up & coming "Hitlers" who each will have to be stopped in the Middle East wars of 2005 and 2008.
 The B.F.E.E. will split that money with Khashoggi who will kick some back up to the Carlyle Group
 which is also owned by Poppy Bush. The Bush bastards are stealing money from 20 different directions.

 Hell, for all we know, this was the real reason for the war-for-no-reason.  The B.F.E.E. wanted to steal a
 trillion, so Junior fakes a war and who but the government can track those hundreds of ships and planes?

 This is a continuation of the biggest money grab in history.



 "Santorum - that's latin for asshole!"
   -- Unknown, but I like it

Dozens of books you'll like in an easy-to-order format

 The Second Coming
  What if McCain is Bush's VP?

  Click  Here

 Meanwhile, Bush continues to tank. The war is bad enough, but his strategy of trying to win by energizing his
 right-wing base is beginning to look plain silly. Kiss-assing the Christian right by condemning abortion, gay marriages,
 cloning, and stem cell research, and by promoting abstinence as sex education, may pacify the base, but it's always
 got to get something more it wants. And Bush's efforts to endear himself with fiscal conservatives by running up huge
 deficits to fight the war while preparing people to accept cuts in homeland security ($1 billion), education ($1.5 billion),
 and veterans' affairs ($900 million) have all the earmarks of a wacko at the helm.

  Care to comment?


 "The religion I know is not one that encourages killing."
    -Dubya, who says anybody against his Iraqi murder spree in un-American    Attribution


 Media War
  A Comparative Analysis of Foreign Policy Advocacy
  and Enemy Construction in International Media
   by Cynthia Boaz and Chris Paterson,  University of San Francisco

  Click  Here

 US press coverage in particular in the days leading up to war portrayed protest and the arguments against war
 as irrelevant or unpatriotic (when it spoke of these phenomena at all.)  However, the arguments against a rush to war
 were given more legitimacy by the rest of the world, including much of the European press.  Although these trends
 paralleled the Franco-German resistance to war in Iraq, to date there has been no major empirical study on media
 output to clearly show whether typical aspects of war reporting, such as stereotyping or "othering" an enemy, are less
 pronounced amongst media in the predominately anti-war nations.  Likewise, we might expect to find that non-coalition
 media would generally present a more sympathetic view of the Iraqis than would coalition media.   Both American and
 British press have recently been condemned for their largely jingoistic and unquestioning coverage of the war, and a lack
 of critical reporting on the reasons for war (most of which has now been exposed as misleading at best, or blatant
 fabrications at worst).  Senior Los Angeles Times correspondent Robert Scheer complained at a University of California
 seminar in March 2004 that "This has been the most shameful era of American media. The media has been sucker-punched
 completely by this administration."

"Who you calling stupid?"

  Care to comment?

  Last night's 7 card stud game  ...failed to materialize.

 The computer won't deal unless the table is full, so we went to the Hold' em tables
 and had a really fun and profitable evening. Oddly, today's mail had several people
 asking when we were going to play poker - so it must've been my faulty messaging.

 We'll try again soon.


 Warning: Playing poker here is a lot of fun. If you have gambling "issues,"
                          you should avoid partypoker.com because it's a lot of fun.

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 Can the PR - get the facts
   by Molly Ivins

  Click  Here

 CBS News has acquired tapes of Enron employees boasting about how they were "f-ing over"
 California during the late, great "energy crisis" there.

 My favorite segment in these charming conversations is the dismay at Enron when local utilities try
 to get the money back. "They're f-ing taking all the money back from you guys?" inquires an Enronite.
"All the money you guys stole from those poor grandmothers in California?"

"Yeah, Grandma Millie, man."

"Yeah, now she wants her f-ing money back for all the power you've charged right up,
 jammed right up her ass for f-ing $250 a megawatt hour."

 Grandma Millie. The nerve of her.
 Imagine thinking it's wrong to rig a market and overcharge by billions of dollars.
 But hey, no worries at Enron, because George W. Bush is about to be elected president.
"It'd be great.  I'd love to see Ken Lay secretary of energy."

"When this election comes, Bush will f-ing whack this s--t, man.
 He won't play this price-cap bulls--t."

 Subject: Tenet's sudden departure

 Perhaps Tenet doesn't want to carry the can for the next round of "intelligence failures" that are
 undoubtedly happening as I write this. Think about it for a minute---At least two known incidents
 involving Israeli nationals and moving vans (again - see 911 and the dancing Israelis story), Ashcroft's
 bizarre and off the wall "terror just a heartbeat away" speech, increasingly strident references to
 unstoppable terror attacks by Bush and Cheney, elections all upcoming in most Western democracies,
 a large number of US carriers putting to sea, military draft now being spoken about rather openly,
 the abject failure of the US in Iraq (if you measure failure by the many and varied rationales for the affair),
 more forceful rhetoric against Iran including the totally bizarro yet vaguely credible accusations concerning
 Chalabi (the Rasputin of the new millenium), and a still collapsing US economy which had its last imminent
 collapse temporarily postponed by the very fortuitous 911 events.

 By any measure of normal government function, Tenet should have been sacked at least  a year ago over
 intelligence failings.  That he stayed on suggests he would be a bigger liability to Bush outside of Government
 than inside it.  Hope he doesn't seriously think he will actually be allowed to complete his memoirs.

 Maybe this is the time for Tom Ridge to dust off the famous Duct tape speech.

 Paul B

 Paul, add in that M-3 money supply story that started today's page.
 The BFEE is gearing up to make a big profit on whatever's about to happen.


 Bushido: The Way of the Armchair Warrior

  Click  Here

 Because human beings are prone to illusion, the sounds and sights of battle - the groans of the wounded,
 the maimed bodies of one's comrades - may remain in the mind for many years, like a cloud that confuses
 judgment. Hence, a man who has fought on the battlefield and has later risen to high office may be fearful
 of leading his people to war. Such weakness does not afflict the armchair warrior, who at all times is firm in his resolve.

 The armchair warrior does not fear death, especially not the death of other people.

"I say bring 'em on..."

 Rev. Sharpton Joining CGOP As Commentator
  Give Al a regular time slot so we know when we can catch him

  Click  Here

 Rates on 30-Year, 15-Year Mortgages Down
  That means the economy has turned downward again

  Click  Here

 Man Sues Over $129,626 Strip Joint Tab
  Getting a lap dance at Scores can be expensive

  Click  Here

 Maytag Cuts Work Force, Lowers Forecast
  Even the lonely Maytag repairman is getting the ax

  Click  Here


"In a moment of extraordinary and chilling honesty, Deputy U.S. Atty. Gen. James Comey
  explained that Padilla had to be stripped of his civil liberties because, if he used them (including
  his right to remain silent or his right to a lawyer), he might have been able to win his freedom.
  Thus, the government had to keep him away from lawyers and judges at all costs. Gone was the
  pretense of legality or principle. The Justice Department had finally found its natural moral resting
  point: Civil liberties are tolerated only to the extent that they will not interfere with the government's
  actions. Meanwhile, Zacarias Moussaoui, a foreign citizen accused of terrorism, was presumably
  given his rights in federal court because, given the case against him, the government thought those
  rights would do him little good."
      --Jonathan Turley, "You Have Rights -- if Bush Says You Do,"   Attribution

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"The question regarding Tenet is, which fall is he taking? Is it the:

 a)  "I screwed up on 9/11" fall?,
 b)  "I made up that stuff about WMD" fall?,
 c)  "I also made up that stuff about Iraq and Al-Qaida" fall?,
 d)  "And yeah, that stuff about the nukes, I made that up, too" fall?,
 e)  "I shoulda taken a look at that "State of the Union" thingy" fall?,
 f)  "Ahmad Chalabi is a bery, bery, good friend of mine" fall?,
 g)  "And so is Robert Novak" fall?,
 h)  "And what ever did happen to that bin Laden fellow?" fall?,
 i)  "Um, we could probably get some better info out of those prisoners if we roughed 'em up a bit" fall?,
 j)   And don't forget, the billions for star wars while ignoring homeland security

  Time constraints keep us from going through the entire alphabet."
      --Eric Alterman, Altercation,    Attribution

 Who is Barack Obama?
 And why is everyone talking about him?


  Click  Here


 Subject: two boobs, Woodward and BartCop


 You make us laugh with your misunderstood tales.
 You thought this observation by the biased and stuffed shirt Bob Woodward was important:

>"The Joint Chiefs' staff had placed a peppermint at each place. Bush unwrapped his and popped it into his mouth.
> Later he eyed Cohen's mint and flashed a pantomime query, Do you want that? Cohen signaled no, so Bush reached
> over and took it."  Later Bush had others' mints.

 This is thought to be important to Bob Woodward?  It is a silly and unimportant observation.
 Then you proved your stupidity by saying "After all these years, stories of Bush's stupidity continue to amaze me."
 When does asking for a mint constitute stupidity, Bart?

 As for Woodward, when does a story like this deserve to be in a book?
 I guess the answer is that it is not an important book.

 Tom Wright

 Tom, you can pretend you don't understand if you want.
 The point is, when the adults in the room were talking about the future
 of America's military, all your monkey could think about was, "Free candy?"

 I think the president's massive stupidity problems are relevant to the mess he created by attacking
 the wrong country after swearing to bring bin Laden to justice. Now we have 820 dead soldiers with
 no end in sight and no doubt your monkey is busy scouring the White House for more free candy.

 BTW, your Woodward insults remind me of a Pigboy funny.
 Pigboy always said Bob Woodward was the best reporter in Washington. Then Woodward wrote a book
 critical of Bill Casey (R-Felon) and Rush said Woodward was a lying hack and a whore trying to sell books.
 Then Woodward wrote a book critical of Clinton and Rush said Woodward was the best reporter in Washington.
 Now Woodward writes a book critical of your monkey and he's back to being a lying hack and a whore.

 You banana eaters can't make up your mind, can you?

 ha ha

 Banana Fact:  Bananas are available all year-round. They are harvested every day of the year.


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Bush's American soldier body count in Iraq

816  817 dead American soldiers.

817 families destroyed forever - all for Bush's oil grab.

Soon it will be 900, and then 1000.

Over 800 deaths on Bush's watch



"I'm sometimes in a world of fakery, obfuscation, political bank shots,
  so I'm very mindful of the use of faith in this process."
      --Dubya, mindful of that candy - you gonna eat that?  Attribution

 Kobe's Day in Court

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 Bill Frist suspect in 6 New York murders

  Click  Here

 They were cut open, drained of their blood and left on their backs with their legs
 pointed outward, exposing internal organs. They were found on the roof of a two-story
 building in Long Island City, with an apartment on the second floor and a delicatessen below,
 said authorities who went to the scene after receiving a tip from nearby workers.


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"Near the front, the wife wears the face of death, ash gray, with eyes like bricks, then the son's mother,
  faceless, mindless, and robotic--the face of death, followed by the face beyond death, the face of America
  as it pays the heavy price for a bad idea. But not all of America--the wealthy and the powerful are not
  paying the price, nor the cynical and selfish who never fight a nation's wars. The Bush sisters go on with
  their lives, as commerical America ignores a war that does not cost them money. Yet, the horrible face of
  death is particularly prevalent in the small towns and rural areas of America; 47 percent of all U.S. dead
  come from these areas. And in this small town, both are African-American."
      --Stewart Nusbaumer, at a memorial service for another soldier killed in Iraq,  Attribution


For the massacre of innocent people in Afghanistan, Columbia, Iraq, Phillipines
Complicit in the massacres in "Palestine" and Chechnya
Muslim racism in the torture chambers at Gitmo
Raping and pillaging the entire planet and his insatiable greed.
Caution, he is a deadly and dangerous bastard

 Baghdad Attack Kills 5 More American Soldiers

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 Five U.S. soldiers were killed and five wounded on Friday when their vehicles were attacked.
 Video showed the burning wreckage of a Humvee and a plume of smoke rising from the Humvee.

 At least three bodies, apparently of U.S. soldiers, lay on the ground nearby.
 About six other American soldiers were seen loading the bodies onto another Humvee and guarding the site.

 I can't believe the news today
 I can't close my eyes and make it go away
 How long...?

 And the battle's just begun
 There's many lost, but tell me - who has won?
 The trench is dug within our hearts
 And mothers, children, brothers, sisters torn apart
 How long...?

 I'm so sick of it...


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