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Quote of the Day
"Has anyone noticed that the charges leveled
"There is uneasiness worldwide that a single
country is globally dominating all the military,
economic, political and cultural dimensions of power..the United Nations was effectively
sidelined in March 2003, when the United States and its coalition partners decided to
unilaterally invade and occupy Iraq. This episode shattered the confidence of the world's
people in the inviolability of national sovereignty...
--Malaysian PM Badawi, saying the invasion of Iraq "shattered the confidence" of the world
by showing that no country's sovereignty is safe from the most powerful nation, Attribution
Yes, the whole world changed when the spoiled little boy saw something
shiny that he wanted.
He's never had to work, and he's never heard the word, "No," so he's used to getting everything
he wants and this time he wanted Iraq's oil - so he just took it and dared anyone to try and stop him.
When will a moderate Republican stand up to this madman?
Gravy Train just keeps on rollin'
They're stealing billions just as I predicted - anyone can see it
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Pentagon documents obtained by NBC News
support charges the military contractor wasted
precious resources "even on routine services" in Iraq, overspending for fancy computers, 5-star hotels,
and CD players in employee-driven SUV's. Marie deYoung, a former Army chaplain who audited
accounts for a Halliburton subsidiary and had defended the company against "political slurs" in the past,
has radically changed her opinion. "It's just a gravy train," she said, claiming "there was no effort
to hold down costs because all costs were passed on directly to taxpayers. She repeatedly complained to
superiors of waste and fraud. The company's response, according to deYoung, was: 'We can be
as dumb and stupid as we want in the first year of a war, nobody's going to care.'"
Why should we care? We have no complaints!
(Note: I don't want to run this - but why aren't they speaking up?)
DeYoung cited charges including "$50,000
a month for soda, at $45 a case; $1 million a month
to clean clothes - or $100 for each 15-pound bag of laundry. 'That money could have been used
to take care of soldiers,' she said."
"Wars are expensive, everybody knows that..."
Care to comment?
"We lost global credibility for years to come
because by invading on false pretenses,
Bush made America a remorseless killer. Bush's rallying cry in his so-called war on terrorism
has been the 3,000 innocents who died on Sept. 11, 2001. The estimates of Iraqi civilians killed
by us, from human rights groups and wire services, range from 3,200 up to 11,300, more than
three times the number of civilians who died on 9/11.
--Derrick Z. Jackson, Attribution
Hit man Calls Kerry "Heretic"
I warned John to nip this, but they never listen to me
A Catholic lawyer has filed heresy charges against Sen. John Kerry with the Archdiocese of Boston,
accusing the Democratic presidential candidate of bringing "most serious scandal to the American public"
by receiving Holy Communion as a pro-choice Catholic.
The 18-page document was sent to the archdiocese June 14, but released to the public only yesterday
by Marc Balestrieri, a Los Angeles-based canon lawyer and an assistant judge with the Archdiocese
of Los Angeles' tribunal, an ecclesiastical court.
"Heresy is a public, ecclesiastical crime," said
Mr. Balestrieri, 33, whose complaint is posted at www.defide.com.
"It affects entire communities. It is one of the greatest sins you can commit."
Remember the Madonna quote?
"I got out after they told me tongue kissing was as big a sin as murder."
That's what we have here.
Kerry taking Holy Communion is worse
than Bush lying to get 870 men killed.
Eating a wafer and killing 870 brave soldiers while stealing Iraq's oil are equal crimes?
I warned Kerry weeks ago that he
should take care of this.
Kerry's team would be stronger with me on it, but maybe they want to lose?
What could account for Kerry allowing this to fester?
The GOP could rightfully argue, "If Kerry is this bad at seeing obvious dangers ahead,
can we trust him to be president while we're fighting Al Qaeda?"
Do we have another Gore on our hands?
Care to comment?
I, David Rees, could get away with fucking up Get Your War On
the way Rumsfeld gets away with fucking up wars?
Get Your War On, (c) 2004 by David Rees. Used with permission
Cheney Lie About Drug Costs
The Pharm lobby pays them more than anybody but the Saudis
Bush and Cheney continue to dishonestly claim that trial lawyers are to blame for skyrocketing
health care costs. Bush said Friday that "frivolous lawsuits...run up the cost of medicine" and that
solutions to health care problems were stopped in Congress "because the trial lawyers are powerful
in the Senate." Similarly, Cheney said last week that "medical liability reform" is the key to "control the
cost of health care." According to the CBO, lawsuits have little -- if anything -- to do with health care costs.
The Congressional Budget Office says costs
from malpractice lawsuits represent less
than 2% of the nation's
total health care spending, and the tort reform legislation pushed by President Bush would reduce health
insurance premiums by less than one-half of one percent. .
Too bad the American whore press represents Team Bush instead
of doing their damn jobs.
They won't report the facts because they want the Illegal Thugs to be elected in November.
Maybe John Edwards will straighten them out on this?
Care to comment?
"Britain's spy chiefs will be blamed in a damning
report next week into the intelligence errors
used to justify war against Iraq. And Blair's unshakeable conviction that Saddam had WMDs
will be blown apart in Lord Butler's report. Blair will almost certainly have to admit he was wrong.
Butler is finalising the wording of the report on what is seen as the worst bungle by British intelligence
since Argentina invaded the Falklands in 1982."
--Oonagh Blackman, Attribution
If Blair and Bush ran any other two nations on earth, they'd be
on trial for war crimes.
But since our tax dollars give Bush more might, he can rape and murder countries at will
and there's nobody who
can will stand up to
him and say, "Enough, you sick bastard!"
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Deal DELAYED with Air America Radio
We're going to flood the airwaves July 14th, next
They are in repeats this week, and listeners will be fewer.
Everybody knows the cute girls are all Democrats
Subject: Radio Gaga
You have come a long way since show? #1.
Really enjoyed the format that we have been crying for...namely interjecting true
"follow up" commentary to actual sound bites of the media whores themselves.
Returns, With G.O.P. Help
by Joe Conason
...to his dismay, Mr. Nader discovered that three-plus years of the Bush-Cheney regime have concentrated
the minds of many of his erstwhile supporters. The first to abandon his cause were celebrities like Michael Moore,
who declared his preference for retired general Wesley Clark last fall and urges current visitors to his Web site to
devote themselves to electing Democrats in November. (According to Mr. Nader, he wasn't even invited to the
Washington premiere of Mr. Moore's blockbuster movie, Fahrenheit 9/11. His response was an embittered open
letter to his "old friend" that made sport of the filmmaker's waist size.)
Bomber Kills Six at Iraqi Funeral
Another day in Bush's paradise
Archdiocese Filing Chapter 11
Going to Vegas for sex would've been soooooo much cheaper
Funeral Items Selling Fast on eBay
So, those long lines were to collect inventory to sell - ha ha
One funeral program sold for $1,525
Meet the new boss, kinder than the old boss?
dismissed case on Ashcroft's word
When a judge is appointed by Bush, just save your money
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"It's going to be fun watching the GOP trying
to attack Edwards when they have to justify Cheney.
It is hard to think of a modern politician whose corruption in office has been as conspicuous as Cheney.
At least Cheney did not make the Agnew mistake and sell himself cheap (what was it a $500 bribe?),
(No, it was $10,000.) Cheney's corruption is on the Enron scale.
--George Scovell, Attribution
$722 million? ...they stole that for
For lunch, they raped Culli-fornia to the tune of $500,000,000 in one day,
and for supper they ate the life savings of all their employees.
Cheney went from making tens of millions to stealing tens of billions
- or more.
We still haven't found the $11,000,000,000,000 (trillion) missing from Gore's lock box.
Post Mocks Its Gephardt Gaffe
When you screw up this bad, what choice do you have?
At last, the New York Post is reporting it right: Edwards is the running mate of Kerry.
On Wednesday, the whore tabloid corrected its erroneous cover story that Gephardt would
be Kerry's pick. Kerry named Edwards shortly after the edition hit newsstands Tuesday.
"Rest assured that generous helpings of crow were
eaten here yesterday - and the leftovers
will surely last a few more days," the tabloid said. "We do hope you'll forgive the error
- it certainly was one for the record books."
Instead of being cute about it, why don't you promise to try to get a story right instead of
"scooping" your rivals by a half hour? People think you're in the news business, but I know
you're in the revenue-raising business and you're whore yourself for that extra dime.
Care to comment?
That wacky Paris Hilton is on Simple Life tonight.
CGOP changes format with a a non-Nazi talk show hosted by John McEnroe.
World Poker Tour is a repeat, but I can't remember each hand so it's like new to me.
I'm going to watch and pick up pointers so I can win in Chicago next weekend.
All I remember about this show is that besides Daniel Baldwin,
they have the biggest jerk ever
at a poker table, taunting the others, calling them "chicken" when they're considering calling a big raise.
If you do that in Chicago, you better have a smile on your face.
Some people can only read My Pet Goat, like The Monkey.
But if you can read, you'll find the right books right here.
Now with VHS and DVDs
Each dollar you spend, they'll throw 4 cents
Thanks to Terry, the Bookstore Manager
Subject: Show 45 is fine
How's the Hammer hanging?
Am home on the 5th, cleaning up and putting stuff aside for Goodwill.
While I'm cleaning up, I am listening to Show 45.
Good show and your language is fine.
Folks who go into 'vapors' over some well
justified profanity need to get over it.
Subject: Show 45 feedback
Thank you for adding back in the cussing.
Sometimes, you just gotta cuss, ya know?
After all, the more we hear from the White House, the angrier we get.
How retarded would we look saying "shucks
gosh darn, those rascals in Washington sure chap my hide".
They deserve a loud and repeated "fucking lying bastard asshole m-fuckers" on a regular basis.
Holly in Albu
Subject: down under feedback
Checking in from Sydney, where the population
seems to share our thoughts on what passes for gov't in the States.
Funny how int'l news coverage is a lot more believable than Stateside media. Used your site a few times to convince
some folks that not all of us are sheeple following Smirk over the precipice.
I've saved shows 44, 45 for the too damn long ride home - they're bound to be more entertaining than the inflight entertainment ;^)
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Is this China or the United States under Ashcroft?
Kerry can't win it. But can Bush lose it?
"There are three things I know about John Kerry," says Randal Vinson.
"First, that he speaks three or four languages, and one of them is French.
Second, that he's married to an ex-senator's wife who's worth a billion dollars.
And third, he is supposedly a Vietnam vet."
(This handjob) never voted for a Republican presidential
candidate before Bush.
He regrets his Bush vote, just not enough to check the box for Kerry. "I don't like
what Bush has done in Iraq. I don't think one American boy is worth that whole country.
But I don't like Kerry. Did you ever meet someone and just not like the way he looks?
That's the way I feel about Kerry. I just don't like the way he looks."
Christ, no wonder Gore lost Tennessee.
They'd rather have a murdering monkey than a war hero with Vietnamese shrapnel
in his ass because Kerry "looks funny" and has the unmitigated gall to know French?
Tennessee seems a lot like Oklahoma (not a compliment)
The Activist Blockbuster
Spider-Man and Michael Moore: fellow do-gooders or mortal enemies? Questions of box office competition aside,
a posting on film geek Harry Knowles's popular Ain't It Cool News website suggests that at least one movie fan thinks
the latter. In response to Knowles's supportive review of Fahrenheit 9/11, a true believer with the screen name "spidey2k"
warned Knowles to "kepp [sic] your fat ass political views out of an 'Entertainment' site. . . . I didn't realize that this website
was taking [to] promoting 'political' propaganda. Shame on you Harry."
Spidey2k's meager yelp of digital protest
is unlikely to affect the process already under way that Fahrenheit 9/11
has helped ignite.
For decades, cultural pundits have bemoaned the transformation of politics into entertainment. But now that Fahrenheit 9/11 has
broken documentary records, taking in $23.9 million on its opening weekend, the world of entertainment is invading the realm of politics.
It's given hope to some that movie marketing, online fan networks, and grassroots organizing might just converge into a Bush-seeking
missile. It could also be the first stirring of a new category of high-concept Hollywood product: the activist blockbuster.
Up to twenty views per penny.
Nobody gives you a better deal that that.
Bulls run at Pamplona
Several people were trampled but not seriously hurt Wednesday as thousands took part
in the first bull run of the San Fermin festival, dashing along the slippery cobblestone streets.
None of the runners was gored, and only
four injuries were serious enough to require treatment.
Two bulls skidded and fell, as did some runners after a night of rain left the streets slick.
There must me something wrong with me - I've never had the urge to tease a charging bull.
When you look at that picture, it's hard to believe they only had four injuries.
"In January, I'll be free to go to Spain and run from the bulls..."
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Note: We have our dealer/table general
Chicago Pokerfest - July 17 - less than 10 days away
Monday night on Celebrity Poker, they had an interesting
When the blinds went up in value, each player did a shot of Cuervo tequila.
We could do that, with real tequila, but it would give the non-drinkers the advantage :),
Here is a list of people who are officially "in" Pokerfest
If your name's not on the list, you're not in yet.
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Bush's American soldier body count in Iraq
863, 867, 872
dead American soldiers.
Son of a
bitch - they got five
since this time yesterday?
Drip, drip, drip - young lives go down the drain for Bush's illegal
Soon it will be 900,
and sometime before the election, it will be 1000.
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Rude Rich Rumor: Stern has also mentioned turning over his show to Michael Moore during his vacation.
If this happens, can someone tape those shows?
Do you have an opinion?
Do any GOP impressions?
Then listen for your call on...
You have two minutes to record your message.
"The biggest lie in Fahrenheit 9/11 is the
picture of pre-war Iraq. Moore shows a collage of
smiling Iraqis, a couple getting married, children flying kites. There's no picture of a gassed Kurd,
or eye gouging in Saddam's torture chambers, no picture of Iraqi troops tossing premature babies
out of incubators in Kuwait..."
--Ralph R. Reiland, Attribution
Ralph, that was Moore's biggest lie?
You're saying those things didn't happen?
I think he was just saying that many people were living normal lives under Saddam.
By the way, that Kuwait incubator thing?
That ever happened - it was made up by the same assholes
who swore Saddam had WMDs in 2003. The incubator hoax was exposed several years ago.
Looks like the biggest lie is yours, Ralph.
Subject: feeling better than four years ago
I, like you, would have preferred Wesley Clark for the Kerry VP pick;
however, I'm feeling MUCH better than after Gore made his pick.
I remember my first words at this point
in the 2000 race were:
"I'm completely under whelmed." In contrast, I'm pretty damn excited today.
One more point on 2000 - even with that pick,
Gore still won.
I heard the vulgar Pigboy's take - saying Edwards was a big
He said Kerry should've picked Lieberman because Lieberman was pro-war,
pro-tax cuts and loves most everything that Bush does, which is exactly the
opposite of what a Democrat is supposed to stand for..
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Bushies have gone too far
by Gene Lyons
Will 2004 be remembered as the year of the great conservative crackup? Has the Bush administration and
its phalanx of rightwing pundits, talk radio shouters, party-line newspapers and TV news channels grown so
intoxicated with power as to leave the majority of Americans feeling uneasy? Could something like what
happened to the Democratic left over the follies of the Woodstock generation during the Vietnam era be
happening to the Republican right? That is, that many independent voters decide that the party has gone off
the ideological deep end and no longer represents people like themselves. Actually, I ought to have written
"the great pseudo-conservative" crackup. Philosophically, there's nothing remotely conservative about the
utopian fantasy of turning Iraq into Iowa through bombs and torture chambers, as many libertarian thinkers
have argued from the beginning, or about using the "war on terror" as a pretext to claim for President Bush
dictatorial powers to imprison with no trial anybody he deems an enemya constitutional monstrosity recently
thrown back in Bush's face by the same U.S. Supreme Court that installed him in office.
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