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Wednesday Dec 29, 2004 ...............................Marc
Perkel on Mike Malloy on AARTONIGHT, See
you in the chat room
"The mighty sword that Rumsfeld and Myers inherited
four years ago - the finest military force
in the world - is now chipped and dulled. And
the word is that it will take at least a decade to get
our overextended, bone-tired soldiers and Marines
and their worn-out gear back in shape."
--Col. David Hackworth, "Sack 'Em
and Rack 'Em", Attribution
will show Bush lusted after oil
His hardon for
oil means death for a hundred thousand
Decades from now, historians will likely calmly
discuss the war currently raging in Iraq, and identify oil
as one of the key factors that led to it. They
will point to the growing U.S. dependence on foreign oil,
the importance of oil in the rising competition
between the U.S. and China, and the huge untapped store
of oil lying unprotected under the Iraqi sand.
It will all probably seem fairly obvious. Just don't expect to
hear this sort of discussion now, however, when
it might actually make a difference Perhaps it simply
sounds too crass. It implies that
at the very top of the U.S. government Bush willingly
countless lives to further a cause that has nothing
to do with liberty or democracy."
Yeah, no way that could've happened.
Call it 1300 soldiers and Bush's stolen $54 billion,
that comes to $400 million per dead soldier.
Bush would gladly sacrifice soldiers for $400M
It's what evil men do.
Insurgency in Iraq 'will not end'
Colin Powell said that the insurgency in Iraq "will
not end," as insurgents are determined
to derail the country's democratic transition.
Powell reiterated that Iraq's January 30 elections
will take place and that the US and Iraqi forces
are working to have security in place for the polls.
But, he told CBS television, "the insurgency will
"These insurgents are determined to have no representative
government. They want to go back
to a tyranny," Powell said. "And so the insurgency
will continue and the insurgency will have to be
defeated by coalition forces, but increasingly
the insurgency will be defeated and brought under control,
if not completely defeated, by Iraqi forces that
we are building up as rapidly as we can," he added.
First he says the insurgency will not end, then
he says the insurgency will be defeated.
How are you going to stop an endless supply of
"It's basically when U.S. soldiers touch the penis
of one Iraqi man. He's hooded, he's on the stretcher,
and totally powerless. I think we can all relate
to what it would feel like to be in such a position, not
being able to do anything -- It's a way of
emasculating the Iraqis. It's a way of really, really humiliating
the Iraqis. This is against human nature. This
is against religion. This is against human feelings."
--Urban Hamid, describing the footage
he shot for Moore's "F 9/11", Attribution
Subject: tsunami alert
Did they ever consider using a goddam phone?
"Oh, I could have done any number of things differently.
We all with 20/20 hindsight could say,
look, we could have shaped it in a different
way. The fundamentals of the investigation were
characterized by honor, by integrity, by professionals
who served with me who were career
civil servants, including highly-decorated
career prosecutors from the justice department.
It was essentially a microcosm of the justice
department carrying on a public investigation."
--Ken Starr, failing to explain how his
semen got on the impeachment referral, Attribution
Bush have a severe heart problem?
Bush apparently is wearing a medical device for "persons
at risk of cardiac arrest."
It is a LifeVest wearable defibrillator. He started
using it sometime after his January 2002 fainting spell,
which was attributed to choking. Based on photos
showing him wearing the device, one can conclude
the fainting was due to atrial fibrillation (AF),
which his father also had.
His father's AF was caused by Graves' hyperthyroidism,
which his mother also has. Bush likely has AF
and less likely Graves', based on his family history
and symptoms. The AF may have caused a stroke
or TIA (mini-stroke), of which physicians watching
the debates detected symptoms. Observers have
noted psychological symptoms consistent with this
and with Wernicke-Korsakoff disease.
Kerry could've insisted on some answers from Bush at the debates,
but that wouldn't have been polite and Kerry's top goal, it seems, was
to be polite.
Are they propping up the puppet like he was El Cid?
Subject: Bush stole $54 million?
Where has President Bush put the $54 Billion
you say he stole from Iraq?
It could be anywhere, and it's probably not in
That's a lot of money.
The BFEE never steals anything small.
You have to know where such a huge amount of money
is now located.
I have to know where?
My best guess would be Bush's friends in Kuwait
- that's where the pipeline goes.
They owe the Bush family a favor, remember 1991?
Can you name people, banks, etc. where it is residing
If not, you just made it up.
Bill, I can't tell you where Monica's blue dress
Does that mean Clinton was never impeached by the
mad dog House Managers?
Is it your opinion that Iraq is not pumping
Or are you saying that $2 billion a month is going
to rebuild Iraq?
Who's handling the accounting of that money?
Who is reading the oil meters to verify that
Bush is being honest?
Who is overseeing the oil sales to be sure everything
Do you think it's a coincidence that Bush invaded
an oil rich country?
dead at 69
I'm going to miss Lenny and his wisecracks.
Subject: George Carlin and Vegas
i love you, man, honestly, but get *over* your
hard-on for las vegas!
i've never been there, & i'm sure it's a fine
place, but christ, if you love it
so much just go ahead & move there!
it's almost as if you're on the chamber of commerce's
payroll anyway sometimes!
Dan, true, Vegas was mentioned in that story,
but it was more about a guy who was
so out of control, he berated his fans for
being stupid enough to pay to see him.
It would be different if he said that on Larry
King or Letterman.
Also, sober or drunk, where would George like
us to spend our vacation money?
Should we go to Disneyland and pay those corporate
assholes $80 for some Mickey Mouse shirt?
Should we pay the corporate assholes at NBC/Universal?
Should we pay the corporate assholes who own the
Starting January 15th, poker is legal in Oklahoma.
Montgomery Burns releases the flying monkeys to try to stop Marc Perkel
being on Mike
Malloy's show - they will
Want to meet in the chat room and
listen to Marc and Malloy?
I believe Marc's segment starts at 11PM Eastern, 8PM Pacific.
"There's a body of sociological literature which
shows that when the world does not come to an end
on the day prescribed by this or that messianic
cult, the cult usually does not fall apart. Rather, their
belief only tends to intensify to still greater
levels. Safire seems to be an example of the same
phenomenon only applied to Iraqi WMD cult."
--Josh Marshall, on William Safire's
(R-Congenital Liar) defense of Bush's claims about WMD's in Iraq, Attribution
popping noises you heard...
I must have missed the first chapter of this story
over the weekend but if you're hearing
popping noises and seeing bright lights, my advice
would be to switch to a higher grade of liquor.
Or maybe less of the cheap shit.
Remember....your liver was ready to give out years
Today I heard a best-of Unfiltered on Air America.
They were interviewing you, or at least I thought
it was you until they mentioned his name.
It was a gent named Frosty Troy from that
Apparently, he runs the only liberal newspaper
in them thar parts. It's called the Oklahoma Observer.
I never even found out what "city" (snicker snicker)
Do you all talk that slow ?
Very folksy. I really thought it was you at first.
I'd fall asleep waiting for people to finish a
sentence out there.
I'm very busy. I don't have all day to chat. I
have video games to play! Speed it up already!
Anyway, Frosty sounded like a nice old coot who
never shuts up....just droning on and on.
I just did a quick Google search to send you a
link because I know that by this time of the day
you're probably too wasted to find your own links.
I didn't find a link for the paper but I found
a speech that 'Ole Frosty gave a ways back.
I'll just snip a few parts here to give you a
taste. Frosty can go on so you'll have to click the link
to read the whole speech. He sounds like a trooper.
You'll have to get him into a poker game some night.
If you see a link to his paper, let us know.
It's probably free at the local fillin' station
and doesn't have a website.
Send the Frost man a note and introduce yourself.
We've got the best books by the best authors.
Bush's theology of empire
These are Far Right American political leaders
and commentators who ascended to governing power and,
after the trauma of Sept. 11, 2001, have been emboldened
to carry out their agenda. In the run-up to the
war with Iraq, Kristol told me that Europe was
now unfit to lead because it was "corrupted by secularism,"
as was the developing world, which was "corrupted
by poverty." Only the United States could provide
the "moral framework" to govern a new world order,
according to Kristol, who recently and candidly wrote,
"Well, what is wrong with dominance, in the service of
sound principles and high ideals?" Whose ideals?
The American right wing's definition of "American
ideals," presumably. Bush Adds God."
What could be more dangerous than the religiously insane with absolute
"To describe F 9-11 as dishonest and demagogic would
almost be to promote those terms
to the level of respectability. To describe
it as an exercise in facile crowd-pleasing would
be too obvious. Fahrenheit 9/11 is a
sinister exercise in moral frivolity, crudely disguised
as an exercise in seriousness. It is also a
spectacle of abject political cowardice masking
itself as a demonstration of 'dissenting' bravery."
--Christopher Hitchens, who's unable
to point out the "lies" in the movie, Attribution
as seen at http://www.fotolog.net/grand_lake/?pid=8760808
Subject: crucifix in urine
Bart, you said:
> "I say that's a damn stupid way for an idiot artist
to make a point.
> That "artist" needs to go back to painting garages."
I'm somewhat shocked that you (being an atheist)
would have this opinion.
I think the artist made his point very well.
I think the point he was making is that the Christian
Righties have so thoroughly
mutated his original message that they are, figuratively
speeking, pissing on his memory.
His message was not lost on me and I'm surprised
you didn't "get it".
Paul, it's not that I don't get it, I refuse to get it.
I have an opinion - here it is:
This is another example of liberalism going so far that it makes people
vote for Bush.
Why do liberals always have to push things to the extreme?
And I don't care what his intended message was, the message received
by most Americans is
"There go those weirdo Democrats again." Mapplethorp
intentionally pissed on everyone
who believes in Jesus for the sake of "art" and that makes all liberals
Who decided that shock art equalled great art?
If Christ in urine is great art, would "partial birth abortion" photos
be great art, too?
Mapplethorp's other "masterpiece" is a picture of a fist up a man's
Oh gee, can I get a giant print of that to hang in my living room?
That way, all my friends will be impressed at how liberal I am.
Sometimes we liberals forget the common sense part.
"Religion is the most dangerous energy source known
to humankind. The moment a person
(or government or religion or organization)
is convinced that God is either ordering or
sanctioning a cause or project, anything goes.
The history, worldwide, of religion-fueled hate,
killing, and oppression is staggering."
--Eugene Peterson Attribution
Religion is always the problem.
Jet Is an Open Secret
US torture is legal - if you do it elsewhere
The airplane is a Gulfstream V turbojet, the
sort favored by CEOs and celebrities. But since 2001 it has
been seen at military airports from Pakistan to
Indonesia to Jordan, sometimes being boarded by hooded
and handcuffed passengers. The plane's owner of
record, Premier Executive Transport Services Inc., lists
directors and officers who appear to exist only
on paper -- just the kind of "sterile identities," said current
and former intelligence officials, that the CIA
uses to conceal involvement in clandestine operations. In this case,
the agency is flying captured terrorist suspects
from one country to another for detention and interrogation."
Aren't we proud oif what Bush is doing in our
name with our tax dollars?
Flying suspects to Saudi Arabia and other places
to torture them.
The worst part is, because the Democrats gave
Bush a blank check, it's all legal.
Bush can legally torture and murder anybody on
Earth and it's perfectly legal.
Why do we bother with Abu GBraib trials and denials
when the president can openly
torure and murder anyone he wants, just like the
good old days in Texas with the frogs.
The world trembles with fear at the thought of
the only superpower being run my a madman.
saw it on freewayblogger.com
"...nearly all of us who served in WWII were proud,
determined and properly
armed and equipped to help defeat Hitler, Mussolini
At age 80, I'd gladly volunteer for such highly
moral duty again.
But if I were eligible for service in Iraq,
I would do all I could to avoid it.
...the best way to support troops thrust by unwise
commanders in chief into
ill-advised adventures like Vietnam and Iraq
is to bring them home. Sooner
rather than later. That should be our New Year's
-- Al Neuharth Attribution
There will supposedly be a senator to back up Maxine Waters this time
and rumor has it - the senator is a Republican!
Subject: something for the BIG
Las Vegas sounds nice, but have you ever tried
You travel to all kinds of exotic places just by
sitting and eating, and there's a casino right on board. :)
Have a Happy New Year!
Courtney, we have never done a cruise.
If they play poker on them boats - I'm halfway
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Death Toll Climbs to 77,000
Cargo planes touched down with promised aid Wednesday,
bearing everything from lentils
to water purifiers to help survivors facing the
threat of epidemic after this week's quake-tsunami
catastrophe. The first Indonesian military teams
reached the devastated west coast of Sumatra
island, finding thousands of bodies and hiking
southern Asia's death toll to more than 77,000.
"The damage is truly devastating," Maj. Gen. Endang
Suwarya said. "Seventy-five percent
of the west coast is destroyed and some places
it's 100 percent. These people are isolated
and we will try and get them help."
"We have little hope, except for individual miracles," Chairman
Jean-Marc Espalioux of
the Accor hotel group said of the search for
thousands of tourists and locals missing.
Bart, you wrote,
> "Iraq was relatively peaceful until Bush got his war
Please define "relatively peaceful".
Can you back that up with verified numbers?
It seems to me that the mass graves being discovered
pre-dated the US arrival there.
Mass graves, eh?
Do you think Saddam killed 100,000 people in
the 20 months before Bush invaded?
Also, do you make a distinction between "collatoral
damage" inadvertantly caused,
and executions and suicide bombings of Iraqis
by Iraqis. Do you have verified numbers for that?
I have verified numbers on nothing.
All my local Baghdad reporters were killed.
And yes, I suppose you could say that it's their
country, and whatever they did to their people was OK with you.
Therefore, every death WE caused exceeded the number
that was acceptable to you.
Trying to figure out where you're going is hard
You seem to be pro-invasion.
Are you saying the deaths Bush caused don't matter?
Question. What was the number that was acceptable
to you? What was the average annual murder rate
of non-militant Iraqis during the "relatively peaceful" period
compared to now?
Cagayan de Oro
Mike, I don't know what you want.
What some tequila drinking Okie with a modem thinks is of no concern to
The entire world is outraged and afraid of what our crazy president
will do next.
The entire world begged Bush to sober up and put his guns away, but he
because the American media stood behind him and censored the news Bush's
bosses, the voters,
would see and hear about what our monster has been doing to an innocent,
We're killing them, they're killing us, so Bush can steal the oil in
Would evil men send 1325 soldiers and 100,000 civilians to their death
to steal $54 billion?
"President Bush has shamed our nation by pledging
only $15 million for disaster aid.
His upcoming coronation is expected to cost
more than twice that. So, as want and disease
and famine and grief spread over much of the
earth, the Boy King will be whooping it up
in grandly austentatious style. A statesman,
a person with any class at all, would be scaling
back the pomp and re-directing some of the
inauguration money to Asia."
Bush pledged $15 million, then $35 million to
nations hit by the tsunami that killed more than 77,000 people.
Bush's second inauguration will cost $30-40
million, plus security costs.
Amid Remarks About President's Absence
Stingy bastard flip-flops again, shamed into giving more aid
Bush more than doubled his financial commitment
yesterday to tsunami nations, amid complaints
that the always vacationing Bush has been insensitive
to a humanitarian catastrophe of epic proportions.
As the death toll surpassed 50,000 with no sign
of abating, the U.S. Agency for International Development
added $20 million to an earlier pledge of $15 million
to provide relief, and the Pentagon dispatched an aircraft
carrier and other military assets to the region.
Colin Powell, (R-Liar) chafed at a top U.N. aid official's comment
that wealthy countries were being stingy with aid. "The
United States is not stingy," Powell lied on CNN.
soldier body count in Iraq
1321, 1324, 1326,
1327, dead heroes under Bush
Bush and his friends are getting rich off
That bothers me, but the troops
and their families don't seem to mind.
XM Hit New Subscriber Records
It's the future of radio - and Bush doesn't control their
Sirius Satellite Radio said it signed up 1 million
subscribers by the end of 2004,
while rival XM Satellite announced that its customer
numbers recently topped 3.1 million.
Sirius recently signed Howard Stern to a %100M
per year, five-year contract.
Like Sirius, XM attributed its growth in subscriber
numbers to strong holiday sales.
"Holiday shoppers bought XM radios in record numbers," said
Hugh Panero of XM Radio,
adding that XM achieved its sales target for the
end of the year.
by Richard L. Fricker
What Bush devotees see as accomplishments others
see as a plunge into a surreal world dominated by
theocratic loyalties and denial of fact over fantasy
fulfillment. The truth of the matter is that about the only
accomplishment in Bush's historical treasure box
thus far is election to a second term, even this is being
questioned in several states and may linger to
haunt an administration already taking on the aura of a
lame duck before the inauguration.
On the eve of a second Bush administration it
is reasonable to ask; Who is this man, what is happening to
the United States under his leadership and why?
A superficial examination of the Bush administration is simple;
the U.S. was attacked by elements of Al Queda headed
by a Saudi named Osama Ben Ladin.
The U.S. responded by bombing his bases and allies
Bush and his cabinet then targeted Saddam Hussain
claiming he had weapons of mass destruction and an
alliance with bin Laden. There were no WMD's and
it now appears the administration and its intelligence
branch knew these claims were false.
What was expected to be a lightning attack followed
by jubilation of a downtrodden populace has turned
into a fiasco. The war still rages as more and
more Iraqis and U.S. service personnel die. There has never been
an accurate count of Iraqi causalities and what
numbers do exist are closely guarded by the U.S. military command.
The U.S. dollar, while not in free fall, is tumbling
on world markets as the deficit rises to previously unheard of levels.
More U.S. jobs have been lost under Bush's administration
than any other presidency.
...and according to Bush, Kerry and the networks,
we just rewarded this out-of-control monster with
another four year term?
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Subject: Michael Moore
Michael Moore is trying to get back in the good
graces of the Democrat leaders
who blame him for losing the election with his
lies and lack of class and decency.
Bob, who are the Democratic leaders who blame
Also, if Moore told some lies in Farenheit 9-11,
why can't we get a list?
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