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1405 - Indubitable Positivity
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Tuesday September 21, 2004
Mike Malloy on AAR weeknights
"I have a sinking feeling that the American
public may like Bush's cynical misuse of
Wilsonian idealism precisely because
it covers the embarrassment of their having gone to war,
killed perhaps 25,000 people, and made
a perfect mess of the Persian Gulf region, all out of a
kind of paranoia fed by dirty tricks
and bad intelligence. And, maybe they have to vote for Bush
to cover the embarrassment of having
elected him in the first place."
~ Juan Cole, Attribution
We were Misled About Bush Documents
CBS apologized Monday and said it was misled
about the authenticity of documents
used to support a "60 Minutes" story that
questioned Bush's National Guard service,
after several experts denounced them as
"We made a mistake in judgment, and for that I
am sorry," he said. "It was an error that
was made, however, in good faith and in
the spirit of trying to carry on a CBS News
tradition of investigative reporting without
fear or favoritism."
I'm surprised at the attitude of the other
CNN is by far the worst (not counting the
whores at FOX).
In all the years I've been watching the
news, I've never seen this before.
CNN will talk about what a dupe rather
is, then go to another story, then back to Rather
where they discuss what a fool Rather is,
then back to Rather where they discuss what a
partisan liar Rather is, then another story,
then back to Rather where they giggle at him.
Around 1 PM Central, the attractive, auburn-haired
harlot would switch to a reporter in the field
and ask him, "Are
you going to tell us the truth? ...or mislead us?" and then giggle again.
I'm so old, I remember CNN having to apologize
for a big story they got wrong,
but they think it's real cute to kick Dan
Rather when he's down.
Then, just to prove they can be as right-wing
as FOX, they get Howie Kurtz (R-BFEE Toadie)
on the air to charge that "It's possible Dan Rather's career could be over," because
"He staked his reputation" that
this story was true.
Howie, if you weren't Bush's personal toadie
at CNN, you might ask yourself this question:
How many men died because of Rather's mistake?
Bush, Cheney, Rummy and Powell "staked
their reputations" on WMDs being found
and that screwup has killed over 1,000
soldiers, so what not ask your bosses that question?
Nobody died from Rather's mistake, and Rather's
family didn't make billions in profit from Rather's
mistake, so why let Bush and Cheney off
the hook for lying us into a dealy war for no reason?
Funny - Howard Kurtz sees Rather as the
guilty and Bush doing his job.
Lynching of Dan Rather
On British TV, Dan feared the price
of "asking questions" by Greg Palast
"It's that fear that keeps journalists from asking
the toughest of the tough questions,"
the aging American journalist told the
British television audience.
In June 2002, Dan Rather looked old, defeated,
making a confession he dare not speak
on American TV about the deadly censorship
-- and self-censorship -- which had seized
US newsrooms. After September 11,
news on the US tube was bound and gagged.
Any reporter who stepped out of line, he
said, would be professionally lynched as un-American.
"It's an obscene comparison," he said, "but there
was a time in South Africa when people
would put flaming tires around people's
necks if they dissented. In some ways, the fear is
that you will be necklaced here.
You will have a flaming tire of lack of patriotism put around
your neck." No US reporter who values
his neck or career will "bore in on the tough questions."
Rather dared to challenge King Smirk and
now our King's Good Puppy media is trying to destroy him.
Subject: America dumbing
Bart, I have to agree with this guy. 'Speak
America'? What the hell does that mean?
Speak with incorrect grammar, the wrong
words, in little tiny sound bites?
Speak so that the average American can
understand? is the average American really that stupid?
I don't think so. The media pretends that
a solid handle on vocabulary is wrong.
It's not, the media is at fault for trying
to turn intelligent debate into a bad thing ( elites only please).
If mangling the English language is good
for politics and good for 'Americans',
then America is in far worse trouble than
Deanna, I think you just said the majority of voters are smart.
Remember when Reagan said, "You ain't
seen nothing yet"
That might've been good for 10,000,000 votes, because people understood it.
Reagan could've said, "I endeavor to
gild my second term with indubitable positivity,"
but that mightd've scared the stupid people and Mondale would've
"Every step of the way in Iraq there have been
pessimists and hand-wringers who said it can't be done.
Pessimists and hand-wringers like Hagel,
McCain, Lugar and Hutchison?
And every step of the way, the Iraqi
leadership and the Iraqi people have proven them wrong
because they are determined to have
a free and peaceful future.
They proved them wrong ...because they
That makes no sense - even for a liar.
People said that there couldn't be a
transitional administration law,
and there was one that was adopted by
the Iraqi people.
Who said it would be impossible to put
pen to paper? Certainly nobody I know of...
People said that there couldn't be a
transfer of sovereignty by June 30th
•À¸and it happened even before June 30th.
It happened early because even the
Green Zone isn't safe.
It happened in secret because the
religio-crazy beheaders rule the country.
This isn't just a handjob, this is a sandpaper
S o every step of the way, the Iraqi people
are proving the hand-wringers and the doubters wrong."
--White House Liar Scott McClellan,
who never lies, Attribution
You can't Trust the Polls
by Jimmy Breslin
Anybody who believes these national political
polls are giving you facts is a gullible fool.
The telephone polls do not include cellular
phones. There are almost 169 million cell phones
being used in America today - 168,900,019
according to the cell phone institute in Washington.
There is no way to poll cell phone users,
so it isn't done.
So, the polls showing Nush ahead have a 'margin of error' 169
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Tell the world the truth.
The president's policy in Iraq precipitated
the very problem he said he was trying to prevent.
the President touches turn to crap - he's a reverse King Midas.
Iraq is becoming a sanctuary for a new
generation of terrorists who someday could hit the United States.
The president misled, miscalculated,
and mismanaged every aspect of this undertaking.
Bush is a walking screw-up who couldn't
accurately make change at McDonald's.
The president now admits to miscalculations
in Iraq. His were not the equivalent of accounting errors.
They were colossal failures
of judgment -- and judgment is what we look for in a president"
Can anybody name one thing that Bush has
done correctly since taking office?
--John Kerry, Attribution
Kerry Teams Work on Debate Agreement
The next thing we should hear about this is that
Kerry has walked out in disgust because
James Baker refuses to allow his Monkey a REAL debate, and the
impasse is that the Chimp
wants an easy time with a stopwatch to cut him off when he's
stumbling for an answer.
This is just like a car deal or an insuance settlement.
You never say "Yes," to their first offer - you see what else
If they don't play ball, you walk out and say, "Bush
is afraid to debate man-to-man."
Has Lalo Alcaraz been
"The president's insistence that he would do
the same thing all over again in Iraq
is a clear warning for the future.
If George W. Bush is re-elected, he will cling to
the same failed policies in Iraq --
and he will repeat, somewhere else, the same
reckless mistakes that have made America
less secure than we can or should be."
--John Kerry, speaking clearly
and plainly - I like the new Kerry better Attribution
The more timid readers might want to
pretend that says •À¸egra!•À¸/font>
by Bryan Zepp
Prior to this, the Bee would get letters
to the editor from time to time, wuffling that Boondocks was racist.
Who it was racist against wasn•À¸ quite
clear. McGruger doesn•À¸ mind making fun of white liberals, but I•À¸
a white liberal (You know, •À¸ily White,
Lily-Livered•À¸ and I don•À¸ see anything racist in it. Is Boondocks
racist against blacks? Go look at
a picture of Aaron McGruder. Get back to me.
I thought of the same thing when I saw today's "N***a" quote in
I wondered how much protection and safety the word nannies got
from those three stars.
Growing up, I knew a lady who'd say, "s-h-i-t" when she'd forget something,
as if spelling it out somehow saved her from the sin of saying
the most terrible "s-word."
Lying to yourself is crazy.
Lying to yourself is an unforgiveable crime.
You can lie to others, but lying to yourself makes no sense
Subject: Letter from a
Vetoes Minimum Wage Bill
"Da litta peoples dunt neeeed thiz moniez that can grow our
Retire Pat Tillman's Jersey
Every NFL player wore a No. 40 decal last weekend
of Tucson Files for Bankruptcy
They'll do anything to keep their coordinated, worldwide
2005 Economy could be a winner
Or, "Great times are coming - so vote for the Monkey!"
Subject: Cheney bastard
Cheney's call to vote for Bush or be hit
again is a direct personal threat against every
man, woman, and child in America.
He would know all about being hit because of his
involvement in the last big hit, 9-11.
These people will not be brought down by the
mechanisms of democracy. It is going
to take some singular act of courage from some,
several, or many individuals in some act
(or acts) of overt defiance.
This will be hard in the face of laws (Patriot
Act) designed primarily to pre-empt just
such an act of courage but it now looks
the only way to free yourselves of these bastards.
We have elections in two weeks here in
Australia and I can tell you now that John Howard
(the third great liar) does not look too
worried right now.
Bush does not strike me as concerned that
he may lose.
He will win regardless of how people think
they have voted.
Why do you think all the polls are being
skewed to make it look like he is ahead?
Chain of Command
Hunting of the President,
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Statistic to Make You Say Bad Words
by Faun Otter
I was trying to calculate the probability
of death or wounding amongst US troops serving in Iraq.
I had used the current offically admitted
figure of about 1,000 deaths and divided that by the number
of troops deployed over the last 12 months.
I then tried to adjust for exposed versus unexposed positions
- only a portion of the troops are working
convoys and other missions which put them in the line of fire.
It turns out that my estimates are, sadly,
on the low side:
Subject: September 17:
The phantom Republican donor
She turns out to be quite caring, thoughtful, and compassionate,
so we ask her what it is about Bush that
she likes, policywise.
"He's a good person."
Yes, but his policies?
"Well, he really thinks it all through. He's
a good person."
Shows Beheading of American Man
Another victim of Bush's insatiable oil greed
The video of the beheading surfaced soon
after the expiration of a 48-hour deadline
set earlier by al-Zarqawi's group for the
beheading of the three civilians abducted
Thursday in Baghdad •À¸Armstrong, American
Jack Hensley and Briton Kenneth Bigley.
Does it seem odd that they murder construction
workers, who are there to re-build,
but when they had a honest-to-goodness
soldier - against whom the argument could be
made that he was an actual invader of their
"sacred land" - they let him go - that seems odd.
Doesn't it seem like these murders are
designed to make reporters leave the country?
As it is, the reporters are sheltered inside
the Green Zone, so they have to depend on
the government to tell them what's happening
around the country. Think how much easier
it will be to manipulate the media once
all reporters have been scared out of the country.
saw in on http://bash.org/
"We trust in God, in Jesus, and we want the
president to share our faith.
I don't think Kerry does, and I can't
--Lisa Patesel, explaining why God wants us in the Iraqi quagmire Attribution
Wait, did God serve in Vietnam?
Or did He find a way to avoid it?
Subject: Media credibility
It's important that when the news media
makes a mistake that they should apologize for it
and correct the story so the the viewing
public knows the truth. This is especially true when
the false story affects a sitting president.
So I think it's about time that CBS News and the
rest of the news media apologize for stories
that turned out to be false and baseless.
I therefore think it's about time the news
media apologize to President Clinton for Whitewater
- the Travelgate scandal - the haircut
hoax - and comparing him to the movie "Wag the Dog"
when he was trying to go after Osama bin
San Francisco, CA.
My blog: http://marc.perkel.com
Founder of the Church of Reality
"Welcome to the real world!"
Side Note: I had a personal experience
with the CBS evening news. When they decide to
make a point they don't care what the facts
are. I was interviewed about my taped telephone
recording of MCI customer service. One
of the points that CBS wanted to make was that they
screw small customers while treating big
customers good. I made it clear that I had been
contacted by a big customer and they screw them even worse. During
the interview I sensed
that they wanted to make the point and
I tried my best to make it clear the point was wrong.
But they ran the point anyhow.
I've seen this pattern over and over with
the news media.
My two cents...
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can't vouch for Bush Guard memos
White House asks if Kerry campaign involved
CBS News said Monday it cannot vouch for
the authenticity of documents that
cast doubt on Bush's alleged whereabouts
when he was suppoosed to be doing his duty
Trying to shift the story, the White House
suggested Democrats might have been involved.
I have an idea:
Instead of hiring possibly partisan "experts" so guess if the
memos are real,
why doesn't someone simply ask Bush why he failed to take the
If John Kerry wanted to be president, why doesn't he insist on
a debate format where
he can ask Bush where the hell he was when the National Guard
couldn't find him?
Does Kerry want to be president? If so, does
he want it enough to insist on a
free and open debate, where the candidates will
be free to ask each other questions?
Or would he rather have a press whore ask him about his wife
getting raped and murdered?
Will Kerry sacrifice his campaign to be cordial with to Mr. Baker?
Remember, they ONLY bring in Baker when they HAVE to win, and
nothing is more
important to the BFEE's continuing crime spree than having a strict and controlled debate
so the non-thinking Monkey can prattle off gobbledegook until he hears the timing bell ring.
Does Kerry want to be president?
Now with Survivor
"Everyone's watching Fahrenheit 9-11. It's
shaping a lot of people's image of Bush."
--a Marine in Ramadi that is being mortared by insurgents daily, Attribution
Subject: Democrats would
rather be nice than win
"Dr. Janice M. Nelson, the unsuccessful 1998
and 2000 Democratic challenger to
David Dreier (R-Nazi) said she was aware
that Dreier had been living with his male
chief of staff during her 2000 campaign.
Her campaign was aware that Dreier was
living with his chief of staff, but "opted
not to make an issue of it during her campaign."
"`All I wanted to do was work on healthcare and
local issues,' Nelson said."
So, by playing nice, Dreier won and her health care issues were
flushed by the BFEE.
Why doesn't our side want to win?
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"9 out of 10 of the people I talk to, it wouldn't
matter who ran against Bush - they'd vote for them.
People are so fed up with Iraq, and
fed up with Bush."
--a US soldier in Najaf, Attribution
"Nobody I know wants Bush. This whole war was
based on lies."
--an enlisted US soldier
in Najaf, Attribution
Subject: Letter from Qatar
I can't see Kerry's campaign, not from Qatar,
But from what I'm seeing on the news, he's
hitting hard and often.
He looked Presidential in his last speech.
Bush looked drunk in his response.
Of course, the deployed military people
around here love Bush and
hate any kind of Democrat, but that's just
the way the military is.
I'm looking forward to a Kerry administration
where our mission is
to end global genocide and stop the bullies
of the world, not be one.
As long as we're doing good in the world,
I will volunteer to deploy often.
Keep swinging, Bart. Just not at Kerry.
D in Qatar
Kerry has joined the battle, hopefully in time.
Funny what you say about the military loving Bush.
A fake war with real deaths and broken promises on coming home...
and they love that more than Clinton's peace and prosperity
- go figure.
Thanks for the note - and I'm being nicer to Kerry these days
Says He Wouldn't Have Ousted Saddam
Staking out new ground on Iraq Kerry suggested
Monday that he would not have
overthrown Saddam had he known what he
knows now, and accused Bush of "stubborn incompetence,"
dishonesty and colossal failures of judgment.
Bush said Kerry was flip-flopping.
"Saddam Hussein was a brutal dictator who deserves
his own special place in hell," Kerry said.
"But that was not, in itself, a reason to go
to war. The satisfaction we take in his downfall does not
hide this fact: We have traded a dictator
for a chaos that has left America less secure."
...not to mention the 1033 dead heroes,
right Mr Kerry?
John, if you say, "Getting Saddam was
not worth losing 1033 lives," that
to go mute or say, "Yes,
getting Saddam was worth losing those lives..."
soldier body count in Iraq
1032 - 1035 dead American soldiers.
more since Sunday?
"Our strategy is succeeding."
--Dubya, lying to the National Guard Tuesday, Attribution
Subject: BCR Show 54
Really enjoyed BCR Show 54.
One thing I really enjoy is when you do
"real-time" critiques of what folks say,
i.e. intercut your comments with what they
The Rush pig grunts made me spit up my adult
could end up a loser in November
Since he took the oath of office, Bush
has acted like an easy winner, an attitude that helped him
after Sept. 11. Decisiveness is what voters
require, a notion that has eluded Kerry. But if, as Kerry
claims, many decisions were "W for wrong,''
voters will not reward decisiveness. If Kerry can
hold onto Gore's states and persuade a
few thousand voters in Florida and Ohio to switch,
he wins easily. If 5 percent of Bush
voters in 10 other swing states switch, Kerry wins by a landslide.
Bush behind the wheel - was it an accident?
Laura Welch Bush had been through
this particular intersection hundreds of times in Midland, Texas.
On her left Laura Bush could see her boyfriend•À¸
car approaching the intersection for the entire time he
turned off of Solomon Lane onto the highway.
She knew it was her boyfriend•À¸ car driving south, because
of the unique headlight configuration of
his 1962 Corvair Sedan. Laura Bush knew her boyfriend, she knew
his home, and she knew his car--the headlights
are low slung and a full 9-inches narrower than any other car
on the road. The entire profile of
the car is small and easy to distinguish anytime, day or night.
wrote in his book, ...before he turned whore.
Subject: Just my opinion
but I think you're wrong
IF and I mean IF the votes are legally counted and thus we have a legal election, Kerry
A nice, quickie CNN poll really said it
all (I wish I could remember the exact # ) but around 63%
said the economy was the biggest issue
My father, a senior, mentioned medicare
increasing by 17% Click
Do you think seniors aren't paying attention?
It's still the economy, stupid (not a personal
Game over. Kerry wins.
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I'm the only one I know of who can tell the exact minute when
they're getting sick.
Last time, in late 2003, Mrs Bart and I were at a restaurant
on a sunny Saturday
afternoon when I felt the first trickle of fire on the back of
I knew right away I was going to be sick as a dog in 24 hours.
Saturday, (why does it always happen on
a Saturday? So it can get a good grip
on me before the doctor's office opens?)
it happened again. We were in the car
and I felt that first blast of fire, so we ran home (we were
in the car) and I started
with the Actifed and Afrin and chicken soup and hot baths - but
nothing ever helps.
By Sunday, my head was the size of a watermelon on Miracle Grow.
I can't hear,
I can't speak and I'm coughing and wheezing and sneezing twice
twice a minute.
You haven't had fun until you sneeze twice a minute for 150 minutes
in a row.
Monday, at 4 PM (because doctors are always busy), my presription
so it's this drug and that drug and more chicken
soup and more hot baths.
Why do I bring this up - so you'll feel sorry for me?
No, just explaining the delay in BCR
I have tons of sound clips and a laundry basket full of newspaper
but I can't do any radio until the headphones fit over my watermelon-sized
Let's hope it shrinks soon.
Subject: Post 1,000 dead
What are we gonna do now? We passed
the 1000th dead soldier
about a week ago, and nothing has happened!
I thought for sure that
all of the publicity you gave it would
turn into a complete disaster for Bush!
The polls aren't looking too good, though...
The worst part is, we aren't goint to get
a good number again until we get to DS2K.
That could really take a while! This
is a conundrum, because the only way we could
get a number like that before November
is if a gas bomb or nuke went off, but that
wouldn't be good, because then you couldn't
accuse Bush of lying about WMDs!
Do you think it's funny that Bush sent 1033
men to their deaths for no damn reason?
You seem to think this is some kind of game
and those lives are "points" to be scored.
McLaughlin said there are 27,000 disabled
soldiers due to losing some limbs, losing
their eye sight and some with psychological
disabilities - do you think that's funny, too?
Would you act like such a smart ass if a
friend of yours died over there?
What if you lost a brother or a co-worker
in Iraq - would you still be such an ass?
Why aren't you over there fighting?
Do you have dry skin?
Like Bush & Cheney, you seem to love
this war, but you can't join this
"most noble of all causes" because
you have "other priorities?"
You were right about one thing - there was hardly any reaction
to crossing the 1,000 mark.
Will America shrug off the 2,000 mark, too?
Will America shrug off the 5,000 mark?
Will America shrug off the 10,000 mark?
How many thousand dead are you hoping for?
Would another full-out Vietnam make you giggle like Bush when
ordering a black man killed?
A better name for you might be No-shamus.
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