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Friday September 24, 2004
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"Do I have a feeling of America going backwards?
Sure. And I can't tell you
how frightening it is - to see battles
we thought we had already won...
We're fighting to vote again. We fighting
to protest. This is a major crisis.
We're at the edge of a cliff. Do we
fall off? Or do we step back?"
--Toni Morrison, Nobel,
Pulitzer and friend of the Big Dog, Attribution
The biggest single reason we've gone backwards is the Democrat's
refusal to fight.
Bush is like an angry drunk on prom night. He's going to put
his hands wherever
he wants until his date slaps him and says, "Knock it off or I gouge your eyes out."
Allawi's Take on Iraq Unrealistic
Can we win with prime Minister Pollyanna?
John Kerry said Thursday that Iraq's Ayad
Allawi was sent before Congress
to put the "best face" on a Bush administration
policy that has gone wrong.
Shortly after Allawi gave a rosy portrayal
of progress toward peace in Iraq,
Kerry said it contradicted Allawi's own
statements as well as the reality on the ground.
"I think the prime minister is contradicting his
own statement of a few days ago,
where he said the terrorists are pouring
into the country," Kerry said. "The prime minister
and the president are here obviously to
put their best face on the policy, but the fact is that
the CIA estimates, the reporting, the ground
operations and the troops all tell a different story."
Show 55 (up tonight or this
weekend) for a full rebuttal.
"The war, illegal and founded on a vast lie,
has produced two tragedies of equal magnitude:
an embryonic civil war in the world's
oldest country, and a triumph for those in the Bush
administration who, without a trace
of shame, act as if the truth does not matter. Lying until
the lie became true, the administration
pursued a course of action that guaranteed large sections
of Iraq would become havens for jihadis
and radical Islamists. That is the logic promoted by
people who take for themselves divine
infallibility -- a righteousness that blinds and destroys."
America 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 the monster
-- John Kay
Stations Get E-Mails to Fire Rather
Good - his lies killed 1000 soldiers - no wait - that
Bob Lee, head of the CBS affiliate board,
said many e-mailers offer the
same message: I will not watch CBS News
again until Rather is gone.
"To be honest, I'm most concerned when the e-mail
is coming from a local viewer,"
said Gary Gardner, vice president and general
manager of WINK in Fort Myers, Fla.
Rather was not commenting Thursday on a
story in The New York Times, quoting sources
that said he was unhappy that a partisan
republican like Dick Thornburgh was appointed as
to the panel investigating Rather.
This always works this way:
For Waco, we had to have a Republican investigate
to insure fairness.
For Whitewater, we had to have a Republican
investigate to insure fairness.
For 9-11, we had to have a Republican investigate
to insure fairness.
For Bush's phoney war, we had to have a
Republican investigate to insure fairness.
Will the Freepers get Rather fired?
We know CBS has the backbone of a senate
Remember how quickly they caved on that
Reagan movie that nobody had seen?
Rather will be fired to warn anybody else
who's about to accuse Der Fuhrer for Life.
tons of info
Subject: Dan Rather
I say we start a campaign telling CBS we
will no longer tune in IF DAN RATHER IS FIRED!!!!
How dare the right wing nuts try their
I say FIRE BUSH who used forged documents
to start his illegal war that has sent thousands to their death.
Where were the wing nuts then????..These
people are all drugged or something..
Enough is enough.
If only we had a free press, or a political party to fight the
Story That CBS Didnt Run
In its rush to air its now discredited
story about Bushs National Guard service, CBS bumped another
sensitive piece slated for the same 60
Minutes broadcast: a half-hour segment about how the U.S.
government was snookered by forged documents
purporting to show Iraqi efforts to purchase uranium
from Niger. The journalistic juggling at
CBS provides an ironic counterpoint to the furor over apparently
bogus documents involving Bushs National
Guard service. One unexpected consequence of the networks
decision was to wipe out a chanceat least
for the momentfor greater public scrutiny of a more
consequential forgery that played a role
in building the Bush administrations case to invade Iraq."
Think how timid CBS, and all the networks will be
after they fire Dan Rather.
Which network will have the courage to risk their profits and
anger their super-wealthy
stockholders by printing something - anything - critical of the
never-elected Boy King?
"If you observe [Bush], it's quite amusing.
If you listen to him as he speaks,
if you follow him closely, it would
provide you a great many laughs.
But it's...comic moments against a
very, very tragic background."
--Woody Allen at the
San Sebastian Film Festival, Attribution
Says Iran No. 1 Terrorism Exporter
Intensifying its warnings about Iran, Israel
on Thursday said Tehran has replaced Saddam
as the "world's No. 1 exporter of terror,"
threatening the Jewish state and the entire world.
Israeli Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom also
labeled Syria an "active" supporter of terror and
called on the U.N. "to address head-on"
the activities of both Middle East states.
Oh goodie - another war for Bush - and more people to kill.
Bush gets wood when he thinks about killing, then giggles when
he gives the order.
Are we Israel's "Jilly?"
Jilly was Sinatra's driver/goon/bodyguard.
If you cut Frank off in traffic, Jilly would catch up, cut you
off at the next light
then jump out and break your hand because nobody cuts off Frank Sinatra in traffic.
Are we Israel's "Jilly?"
"Unca Dick, why do they spell Iraq with an 'N'?"
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Tell the world the truth.
"Today, the Iraqi and Afghan people are on
the path to democracy and freedom."
lying to the U.N., Attribution
Yeah, Iraq is on it's way to freedom like I'm on my way to being
a billionaire - or the Pope.
Dear Bart Cop,
There can be no doubt: the momentum is
on our side.
George W. Bush's post-convention bounce
has evaporated. Five new national polls this week
show the race tied, with the difference
within the margin of error in every single one of the polls.
Three of the polls have the race within
one point or less.
And if you think the national polls are
looking good, the story in the battleground states is even better.
Recent battleground polls from Zogby and
American Research Group show John Kerry winning enough
electoral votes to take back the White
House. Kerry is leading among independents and swing voters.
And the majority of Americans know that
George W. Bush is moving America in the wrong direction.
Please make a contribution to the Democratic
Party before the 9/30 deadline.
Mary Beth Cahill
Now that Kerry has turned into an anti-Bush Grizzly bear
we should contribute to the Democrats.
sent them $25 - anybody care to match that?
Sent my $25 to Kerry yesterday....
I matched your contribution back in April,
and I'm just a poor student!
It does look like John Kerry started wearing
a testosterone patch, with good results:
Done and done. $100 ups the ante, eh? ;)
for President Back into Dead Heat
Neither Bush nor Kerry holds a clear-cut
lead in enough states to win.
Based on polls conducted Sept. 13-17 in
20 battleground states, here are the latest numbers:
Bush 241 electoral votes
Kerry 264 electoral votes
"It breaks my heart to see the loss of innocent
life and to see
brave troops in combat lose their life.
It just breaks my heart.
$100M a day feels so damn good, ...it's hard to turn down."
in New Hampshire, Sept. 20, 2004, Attribution
terror, the terror
If it's Iraq, things only get worse
The only real defence is to remain inconspicuous.
My drivers car, for instance, has blacked-out windows.
We leave the hotel at different times every
day and make sure to vary our routes. If we are visiting someone
at home or in an office, we drive around
the streets first to make sure no one is lying in wait. Some areas of
the country and even Baghdad are completely
off limits, like the towns of Fallujah and Ramadi, certain militant
Sunni Muslim mosques and notorious neighbourhoods.
Most interviews are limited to 15 minutes before we
are back on the road. I last had to employ
these techniques when I lived in Beirut 20 years ago and abducting
Westerners was fashionable. But, with a
few exceptions, most of those abductions were conducted in order to
get ransoms. Many hostages were held for
years but most were eventually freed. In Lebanon kidnapping was
business, not personal. Here your life
expectancy in the hands of al-Zarkawis group is probably a few days
at best. In the chaos of post-Saddam Iraq
there are few certainties. But now, on my sixth visit to Baghdad
since the war, one simple rule seems valid:
things only get worse."
That should be Bush's campaign slogan: Things
only get worse
How can America seriously consider giving this monster four more
years to kill and destroy?
National Guard Won't Meet Recruiting Goal
What? Nobody wants to die in the Iraqi sand for Halliburton?
Hacking Waives Hearing in Wife's Slaying
Paulie Galtieri says "Hell is hot -
nobody's ever disputed that"
glaciers slipping faster into the sea
You can't blame global warming - Bush says that's just hooey
Episode of 'Honeymooners' Found
"Love letters" to be released on home video
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Terrorists may plan more attacks
But YOU said we were "safer," ...but safer than what?
Denying he has painted too rosy a picture
about Iraq, Bush said Thursday he would consider
sending more troops if asked, but his puppet
in Iraq agreed with him that they weren't needed.
With violence spreading, Rummy says parts
of Iraq might have to be excluded from elections in January.
Gee Rummy, ya think?
You can't hold an election in central Baghdad, must less the
cities that the beheaders control.
...and you're thinking you might have to exclude some towns?
Excluding sections of the country from voting is a Bush specialty.
oil companies drowning in billions of profit
"They are all sitting on the largest piles of cash
in their history"
But to stay rich they have to keep finding
new reserves, and that's getting tougher.
Increasingly it means cutting through permafrost
or drilling deep underwater, at tremendous cost.
"The cheap oil has already been found and developed
and produced and consumed," says Gheit.
"The low-hanging fruit has already been picked."
Well, not all the low-hanging fruit has
Nestled into the heart of the area of heaviest
oil concentration in the world is Iraq, overflowing with
low-hanging fruit. No permafrost, no deep
water. Just giant pools of oil, right beneath the warm ground.
This is fruit sagging so low, as it were,
that it practically touches the ground under the weight of its ripeness.
Not only does Iraq have vast quantities
of easily accessible oil, but its oil is almost untouched.
"Think of Iraq as virgin territory .... This
is bigger than anything Exxon is involved in currently ....
It is the superstar of the future," says
Gheit, "That's why Iraq becomes the most sought-after
real estate on the face of the earth."
Put honestly, that's why your neighbor died in Iraq - because
Bush wanted that oil
and it was cheaper to have the paxpayers and soldiers pay for
it than the oil companies.
Why do you think the oil companies are paying the Swift Boat Liars
now - today - are their any online music
services that actually work?
Is there any service that actually has real songs for sale,
for a buck or less each?
I went to Wal-mart.com and clicked on "downloads" and clicked
They listed two CDs, and asked which address I wanted those CDs shipped
That's not what I call a download.
I don't want to mess with a free, illegal service and get a knock
on the door.
I think I could beat them in court, but I don't have the time.
So, is there any service that f-ing works, that takes VISA
and actually has real songs
by real artists that aren't "locked" to where they can't
be cropped or faded in and out.
last time I check itunes, they'd never heard of John Lennon.
Is there an online music-for-sale service that actually works?
"I fault this president for not knowing what
death is. He does not suffer the death of our
21-year-olds who wanted to be what
they could be. On the eve of D-Day in 1944, Eisenhower
prayed to God for the lives of the
young soldiers he knew were going to die. He knew what
death was. Even in a justifiable war,
a war not of choice but of necessity, a war of survival,
the cost was almost more than Eisenhower
could bear. But this president does not know what
death is. He hasn't the mind for it.
You see him joking with the press, peering under the table
for the WMDs he can't seem to find,
you see him at rallies strutting up to the stage to the roar
of the carefully screened crowd, smiling
and waving, triumphal, a he-man. He does not mourn.
He doesn't understand why he should
mourn. He is satisfied during the course of a speech
written for him to look solemn for
a moment and speak of the brave young Americans who
made the ultimate sacrifice for their
--E.L. Doctorow, "The Unfeeling
Can a monkey be expected to know what death is?
When a family member dies, does your dog or cat grieve with you?
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"Contrary to the administration's hopeful statements,
we are not
seeing the establishment of a stable
Iraq, the mopping up of unreformed
Baath Party apparatchiks and dead-enders.
We are seeing the beginning
of a larger conflict that is busily
giving birth to monsters."
--Phillip Robertson, Attribution
Prince of Tides, Tacking and Attacking
by She who hates everyone
Kerry has finally begun to fight back and
put the focus on Iraq instead of Vietnam.
His speech on Monday was compelling and,
unlike W.'s toxic cotton-candy spin,
has the additional advantage of being true.
Going after Saddam, as the senator says,
was a diversion from our greatest enemy, bin Laden.
Yet Kerry's case has a hollow center. He
was asked at his press conference on Tuesday about W.'s
snide reminders that his rival gave him
authority to go to war (and, playing frat pledge to W.'s rush chairman,
inanely agreed that he would still have
voted to give that authority even if there were no W.M.D.).
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"Terrorists are pouring into Iraq to try to
undermine Iraq and God forbid, if Iraq is broken
or the will of Iraq is broken, then
London will be a target, Washington will be a target."
--Iraq's Prime Minister
Allawi, calling Bush a liar, Attribution
But Bush says there are "only a handful" of Iraqi's causing the trouble.
Which of you is telling the truth?
Either "terrorists are pouring in" or
there is "only a handful"causing
Can't you guys decide on a lie and stick with it?
Subject: debate rules
I have been reading your site for quite
some time and enjoyed your observations.
Today I read the contract for the presidential
debates on DU and, I have to tell you, you are right.
It looks like Kerry has decided not to
fight. The most obscene part of the agreement is in 5 (f):
"The candidates may not ask each other direct
questions, but may ask rhetorical questions."
Meaning all Bush has to do is memorize
his standard answers, which he is very good at and he will win the debate.
No rebuttals, no follow ups etc. I seriously
doubt the moderators will ask follow up questions if a candidate
does not answer the question, out of fear
of being labeled partisan.
I cannot figure out why the Kerry campaign
agreed to this.
Morten, I wish Kerry had not given Bush the option to dodge
Yes, it very much seems like Kerry has just forfeited the debates
but he's the horse we're riding in this contest so let's hope
for the best.
(I'm sick that Kerry surrendered the debates
- but we still have a chance, don't we?)
Troops in Iraq Gather to Watch 'Fahrenheit 9/11'
Anti-Bush sentiment growing
"Everyone's watching it," says a Marine corporal
at an outpost in Ramadi that is mortared by insurgents daily.
"It's shaping a lot of people's image of Bush."
The film's prevalence is one sign of a discernible
countercurrent among US troops in Iraq - those who blame
President Bush for entangling them in what
they see as a misguided war. Conventional wisdom holds that the
troops are staunchly pro-Bush, and many
are. But bitterness over long, dangerous deployments is producing
pockets of support for Kerry, in part because
he's seen as likely to withdraw American forces from Iraq more quickly.
"For 9 out of 10 people I talk to, it wouldn't
matter who ran against Bush - they'd vote for them,"
said a soldier in Najaf. "People are so
fed up with Iraq, and fed up with Bush."
"I'll force them to worship me!"
soldier body count in Iraq
1035, 1038, 1041, 1043 dead American
Only 2 more
families destroyed since yesterday.
For Bush, that's almost like a win.
"On the march to freedom...."
--Dubya, lying to America and th world
Subject: trivial pursuits
I was working with a young (20 years) black
man who kept saying "nigga" this and "nigga" that
when talking about himself or his friends.
Finally, I used "nigger" in a sentance when talking to him,
and he immediately said "I don't like that
word at all." I said "Neither do I, but you say it all the time."
He said: "No I don't. I say 'nigga'. They
are not the same word.
They are not spelled the same, and they
do not sound the same."
To me, one word was just an incorrect,
or slang, way of saying the other, but to him they were two different words.
Not that every black man is going to agree
with that, but I trust my man to be hip to what the word means on the street.
Tom, yes it's confusing, but it's their word.
I would wait until I knew a fella pretty well before I used "nigga"
I guess if our great-grandparents were sold like horses, we'd
be touchy about that, too.
Over the months, I have sent a fair amount
of money to Kerry, but for the life of me,
I was wondering last August what in God's
name he was doing with my money. By the way,
does anyone know what he was doing in August?
Last March, after Kerry won the Democratic
nomination for all intents and purposes,
I assumed that he would be using his bully pulpit to launch
daily press conferences, getting his name
in the news, skewering Bush on a daily basis.
But that was not to be.
Can someone please identify who was advising
Kerry in June, July and August?
Who was telling the Democrats to "play
nice" at their convention?
Don, I'm with you - nobody was more angry or bewildered
by Kerry's summer nap than me,
but we've got less than 6 weeks to win this war. so let's exhale,
look forward and fight.
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Joan of Arcadia season premier.
Dr. Vegas will probably suck
incredibly, but we may force ourselves to watch just to be sure.
Rob (McLean Stevenson) Lowe went from ice skating with Show White
to the then-best show on TV,
but then he quit that show for every flopped series any studio
could slap together.
Oh, and he loooooooooooooooves the Giggling Murderer.
Medical Investigations has good stories and better
Bill Maher is back from his vacation.
What would it take to get Maher and Jon Stewart working in the
The new SNL season starts with Ben Affleck.
Can you believe he's dating another Jennifer?
BTW, what happened to West Wing?
For premier week, NBC gave us two Law and Order episodes.
Are they holding back West Wing to avoid offending
to John Kerry
There is only one windward tack you can
steer that will lead you to the White House in January 2005.
First you must jettison your Russian/Germany/French
fantasy wish list baggage.
The American public arent buying it.
So, instead of 25 Germans, 25 French, 25 Russians and 25 Americans
dying in Iraq,
you want 100 Americans to die in Iraq? Is that what you're
saying about Bush's Bungle?
I';m going to call you "Oyster," because you irritate me.
Then you must out-Bush Bush and put the
Syrian and Iranian dictatorships on notice that their complicity
in fostering the all out terrorist attacks
in Iraq (to put you in office) will be met with direct retaliation and
Oyster, is "war" the answer to every question?
Why aren't you over there helping with the "noble" fight?
Might as well cause thats what Bush must
and will do after November 2nd.
Why not beat him to the punch with a first
time (for you) realistic stand?
Your Peace At Any Cost followers wont
Oyster, Clinton had peace and it didn't cost us a thing.
Too bad Bush stole the 200 election, eh?
They have no where to go, and besides theyre
permanently blinded by their Bush hatred.
They will accept any tack to win, convinced
you will bail out on it after the election.
Oyster, how many thousands of names do you want on Bush's Iraq
Get off Bushs case. You and your 527 minions
have brow beat him enough.
Your base doesnt need it anymore. Bushs
followers and the undecided resent it.
Adapt the Ann Richards approach. You know,
Remember, reasonable people dont accept
that every thing Bush looks at turns to salt.
No, they turn to dust after being buried at Arlington.
Maybe these approaches will plant your sterile
seed with the vast middle ground
and fulfill your drive to be the reincarnation
of the real JFK. Unfortunately for you,
someone we all admire will come forward
and say, I knew JFK and your no----.
*I* said I was JFK?
Oyster, you should ask for a refund on your "brain."
Good luck (youre going to need it).
Stan the Oyster
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You need it more than I do.
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