"Bush's decision to (reject) Kyoto was partly a result of pressure from ExxonMobil,
according to US State Department papers seen by the Guardian...In papers given before
meetings to the US under-secretary of state, the administration is found thanking Exxon
for the company's 'active involvement' in helping to determine climate change policy, and
also seeking its advice on what climate change policies the company might find acceptable...
Until now Exxon has said it had no involvement in the rejection of Kyoto."
--John Vidal, Attribution
Wait, you mean Bush and BIG OIL lied to make more money together?
That's hard to believe...
Bush's SEC Choice Hyped 'Chinagate'
by Robert Parry at consortiumnews.com
Cox's best-known investigation examined the politically sensitive issue of Chinese nuclear spying.
In May 1999, Cox released an 872-page report in three glossy volumes accusing Clinton of failing
to protect the nation against China's theft of top-secret nuclear designs and other sensitive data.
The Cox report dovetailed with allegations that a Chinese government front had funneled $30,000
in illegal "soft money" donations to the Democrats in 1996. Some conservative operatives even
accused Clinton-Gore of treason for supposedly trading nuclear secrets for campaign cash.
But the Cox report's emphasis on the Clinton years - and protection of the Reagan-Bush administration
- looks, in retrospect, more like a partisan cheap shot than a fair and balanced investigation.
Note: Consortiumnews.com is the most important site on the internet.
Tulsa seeks laughing stock status
Zoo to teach 'space monkey' theories as fact
The Tulsa Zoo will add a display featuring the biblical account of creation
following complaints to a city board about other displays with religious
significance, including a Hindu elephant statue.
The Tulsa Park and Recreation Board voted 3-1 on Tuesday in favor of a
display depicting God's creation of the world in six days.
Zoo employees hoped to be spared nationwide humiliation, saying that religious
quackery shouldn't be part of the taxpayer-funded scientific institution. But the
religiously insane mayor, Bill LaFortune, argued that the zoo already displayed
religious items including a marble globe inscribed with an American Indian saying:
"The earth is our mother. The sky is our father."
Tulsa Zoo exhibit curator Kathleen Buck-Miser expressed qualms about the zoo
theological debate religious insanity for the local, snake-handling rubes.
"I'm afraid we are going in the wrong direction," she said.
"I do not like the idea of scripture at the zoo."
This is all Bush's fault - trashing the Constitution in favor of the Bible.
How could we have fallen so far in such a short period of time?
What explains this crazy lurch backwards to the fifties?
"What's to worry, Bart? Dubya is our fearless leader!"
Subject: 9000 combat dead?
This is right on.... my nephew is a trumpet player in the Natl Guard reserves and has been
quite busy flying around the midwest to play at funerals... Way busier than the reported
combat deaths would indicate.. He told me that a few weeks ago he flew into a small town
in Minnesota to play at a service and found upon his arrival that the Army had screwed up
the scheduling causing him to miss the service he had been sent to play for...
No matter... he said he was told that there were THREE more services in THAT area
that he ended up playing for.
"They've paid their money. No matter what they do (for a living),
the money is going to go to help elect Republicans to the House."
--Carl Forti, GOP spokesman, on why pornographer Mark Kulkis and his date,
porn star Mary Carey, will be having dinner with the President, Attribution
That makes sense.
The president is a whore, and whores trade services for cash.
They don't care who gives them the cash - a deal is a deal.
Soldiers' divorce rates up sharply
Bush greed destroying families, lives, futures...
Last year, 3,325 Army officers' marriages ended in divorce — up 78% from 2003,
the year of the Iraq invasion, and more than 3 1/2 times the number in 2000, before the
Afghan operation. For enlisted personnel, the 7,152 divorces last year were 28% more
than in 2003 and up 53% from 2000. During that time, the number of soldiers has changed little.
The stress of combat, long separations and difficulty readjusting to family life are key reasons
for the surge, Army officials said in an attempt to shield the Giggling Murderer from blame.
John Conyers demands answers
A Dem with a spine - if only we had 300 more like him
"I am asking you to sign on to a letter to the President requesting he answer
the questions posed to him by 89 Members of Congress.
"I will personally insure that this letter
is delivered to the White House."
You can read the letter here and sign on at the bottom of that page.
You have to sign up for this or you like Bush - it's that simple.
'She said she was passionately in love with her husband,
but many of her closest friends and aides were lesbians."
-- from The Truth about Hillary,
a "Swift Boat" type book by Ed Klein Attribution
Well, that's proof enough for gay-haters, right?
If Hillary has gay friends, she must be gay?
I mean - who but a gay would have gay friends?
Subject: Hillary 2008?
The greatest thing about hilary being back in the White House is often overlooked:
We'd get Bill Clinton, the greatest president of our lifetimes, back in the White House too!
Our country might just get back on track with those two at the helm.
Presidents always talk about their wives being their greatest advisors, but in Hillary's case,
her spouse could do more than bake cookies and hold her hand and say,
"It'll be OK, Honey - I'm sure you'll make the right decision."
'She was a wife, but she had no wifely instincts."
-- from The Truth about Hillary,
a "Swift Boat" type book by Ed Klein Attribution
That does it for me.
I was going to vote for her, but if Ed Klein says she has no wifely instincts,
I'd rather see 10,000 soldiers die in Iraq than allow Hillary near the White House.
I'd rather Bush bankrupt America, than let Hillary fix his economic mess.
I'd rather see Osama get the bomb than let a queer-lover in the White House.
"Stammerin" Cameron reprimanded at FOX
Was not sufficiently "fair and balanced" on story
"Stammerin" Carl Cameron mistakenly reports story casting even more doubt
on President's Social Se-Scarity Scheme.
"I don't know what I was thinking," said Cameron, who inadvertently read an unapproved
story about pensions falling apart for employees of private companies. "Most of our
intelligent viewers saw the obvious connection to Bush's Social Security reform."
Delay's Ethics Extermination
Subject: Bush pardons
Of the seven Bush pardons, I found this one the most interesting.
• James Edward Reed, Kaufman, Texas, conspiracy to possess marijuana with intent to distribute,
sentenced January 1975 to 18 months in prison and two years special parole.
Ok. I may be crazy, but I think he just pardoned his old dealer.
Jeff Crook, Author
Army Headed to Recruiting Shortfall
Soon, it might really an an "army of one"
The Army will fall short of its recruiting goal for the first time since 1999,
raising questions about a military embroiled in its first bloody quagmire since
switching from state-sanctioned kidnappings to a volunteer force 32 years ago.
Many sane Americans have grown wary of Army service because of the likelihood
of dying in the bug-infested sands of Iraq or Afghanistan to help Halliburton stock.
Subject: Ann in Philly on the troops
As far as I can see, Ann hit every nail on the head.
Mags, now and then she & I talk on the phone, Ann and I, and when
we do I find that my IQ is sometimes as high as 70 by the time I hang up.
She has what we call a "library" of knowledge in her head,
and she's not afraid to venture an opinion about what she knows.
IDF to treat stress with cannabis
Israel goes throttle up on medical marijuana
The IDF will soon begin using cannabis to treat soldiers suffering from
combat stress, the military said Wednesday.
An army statement said the military medical corps and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
would begin treating victims of post-traumatic stress - commonly known as shell shock
- with THC, the active ingredient in the cannabis plant. It said the treatment would begin
on an experimental basis.
"The use of THC as part of the treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder was approved
by military and civilian committees relevant to the subject," the statement said.
Don't they know pot makes God angry?
Why should Israel use science and logic on pot when America is afraid to?
Subject: Chainsaw issue
Damn dude, you're so getting shit on in this whole debacle/debate - I say shit on,
because I have yet to see anybody make a counter point that is at all convincing, to me or
obviously to you. Yes, it would be nice if they could just all object and go home, but they
do not seem to get that you can only conscientiously object against the individual order,
not legally whether you consider the war as a whole illegal or immoral - anyone who tries
that (I think) will be tried, and probably lose. I think all of the arguments you are making
are valid, and people won't see what they don't want to see.
Don't get me wrong - I understand some of these people's arguments, and agree with them
to some degree - especially if this was a perfect utopia, but it isn't, so we have to work within
this reality. I really hope you make your point/stand understandable and clear, and don't lose
too many people over this. But to be honest, I found more people changed things to suit their
argument more than you did - you'd clarify your position on each representative argument
(I know you can't answer ALL of the arguments coming in). All that being said, I agree -
I support the military (as a whole), and not by paying another opportunistic shit corporation
to put a little ribbon on my car or lapel. There are some bad ones in the military, just like
anywhere else that are bad apples, but you can't just dismantle our military because they're
all following orders, shitty orders though they may be.
"Keep the faith, brother(s)" - the Sheriff of Rock Ridge
Thanks for all you do, man.
Dave in RR
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Poll Finds Dimmer View of
Iraq Bush's War
More than half the public believe the fight in Iraq has not made the United States safer.
The survey found that Americans continue to rank Iraq second only to the economy in
importance -- and that many are losing patience with the enterprise.
Nearly three-quarters of Americans say the number of casualties in Iraq is unacceptable,
while two-thirds say the U.S. military there is bogged down and nearly six in 10 say the war
was not worth fighting -- in all three cases matching or exceeding the highest levels of pessimism
yet recorded. More than 40 percent say Bush's war is becoming analogous to Vietnam.
Long, long ago, I urged the Democrats to call this "Bush's war," but they wanted to help him.
They wanted to give Bush cover for his nasty, little war - so now this is "America's failure,"
instead of "Bush's failure," and no doubt Clinton is the cause of all the trouble.
They're going to put the defeat on "blame America Democrats" and, of course,
our wimpy Democrats will apologize and "promise to do better next time, Mr Rove."
"This mess is our fault - and Clinton's!"
"All you need to do is turn on the television, open up the paper, or listen to
the radio to appreciate the extent our so-called 'fourth estate' has fallen.
We have turned from breaking stories like Watergate and the Iran-Contra
scandal to celebrity journalism."
--John Conyers, (D-Balls) putting it mildly, Attribution
Subject: Downing Street memo
I'm old enough to remember when newspaper would not
publish stories about presidential love affairs.
Rich, me too.
They changed that rule in 1992 to screw Clinton.
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Last night's debate
Sometimes you have to walk 20 miles down a dirt road to learn that it's a dead end.
Sometimes you don't.
For those who last night chose other entertainment than the Bart/Karash debate,
you did the right thing.
It's gotta be me, because there are only two common denominators: Either
I'm not only a loon, I'm the the worst and most misunderstood loon to
communicate with so many people on the just-discovered "internets," so far.
the only people who will agree to debate me are sadistic, nihilistic existentialists
with philosophy retail stores opening soon in a local strip mall outlet near you.
What I''m trying to say is, the debate, like so many we have, never got off the ground.
A year or to ago, we had a debate with the "Why is there air?" guy?
(Koresh, you don't think Karash was that same guy from years ago, do you?)
I'm seem to repel nuts and bolts debaters. Well, ..the bolts, anyway.
Before the debate could start, he wanted to know why I supported the troops.
When I answered, he...
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Dad says Mom won't give him any
until they get their subscription.
Dad's been cut off for about two weeks..
Don't do Dad like you did Mom.
Bush had Saddam lust in 1999
"He was thinking about invading Iraq in 1999," said author and journalist Mickey Herskowitz.
"It was on his mind. He said to me: 'One of the keys to being seen as a great leader is to be seen
as a commander-in-chief.' And he said, 'My father had all this political capital built up when he
drove the Iraqis out of Kuwait and he wasted it.' He said, 'If I have a chance to invade·.if I had
that much capital, I'm not going to waste it. I'm going to get everything passed that I want to get
passed and I'm going to have a successful presidency." Herskowitz said that Bush expressed
frustration at a lifetime as an underachiever in the shadow of an accomplished father. In aggressive
military action, he saw the opportunity to emerge from his father's shadow. The moment, Herskowitz
said, came in the wake of the September 11 attacks. "Suddenly, he's at 91 percent in the polls,
and he'd barely crawled out of the bunker."
Bush lied again and again.
"The Commander in Chief always looks at military action as a last resort," and
"I haven't made the decision yet to go to war," but actually, he had. Check the memo.
He wanted to fabricate a phoney resume as a "war hero" and the Democrats took him
at his word (they always do) and now we have 1700 dead soldiers - and counting.
Subject: Religion lobbies
Apparently the rift between what religious leaders say and what they actually believe is widening.
I know Jerry Falwell is a loon...but, on Crossfire a few weeks ago, I was amazed to hear
him call for the violent deaths of all Muslims who were only remotely involved with terrorism.
Whatever happened to the God of love who encompasses all humanity?
The church is as political and as corrupt as any government can be and is
apparently for sale to the Bush administration.
I can't argue with that.
Bush's body count in Iraq
1577, 1683, 1685, dead soldiers under Bush
2 more families, coping without Dad, but shhhhhhhhhhh!!
Bush and his good puppy media want you to look the other way.
Bush's one, true God.
Chicago Pokerfest 2005
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Days Inn Lincoln Park North
4 PM Saturday, July 16th with a party on a tall roof Friday night.
If you want in, PayPal or snail mail $104 to email@example.com
That will pay for two $50 tournaments, which last about 2 hours each, with $4 going to PayPal.
If you snail mail, just send $100 but you have to do it right away because we will sell out
and we can't accomodate last-minute players.
Also, we're adding $20 per person to help with the cost of the room, so for $124, you will
be in two tourneys, but surely more games will occur. We plan to stagger the games.
Maybe start 8 or 10 players at 4PM, then start another tourney at 4:30. We expect
side games to break out, for those who prefer a "regular" game instead of a tournament.
For the first time, we'll try to accomodate non-players, if you chip in $20 for the room.
This is bring your own beer, wine, booze, whatever - (must be 21 to drink). We will have
ice, cokes, 7-Up etc, but not fringe mixers like Cranberry Juice, milk or tonic water.
We have the room all evening, so the party will start at 4 with the first deal.
Where to stay
The Days Inn Lincoln Park is sold out BUT
we have some rooms reserved with a password.
We work out further details (by popular vote) at the game.
Maybe we'll do $25 tourney's instead of $50s, it's up to the players.
If you plan on coming, don't wait.
If you have to snail mail - do it today.
Once we fill the tables, more players just isn't an option.
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Jennifer Love Hewitt is dropping her pants -- for Hanes underwear.
She will join the "Look Who We've Got Our Hanes on Now" ad campaign
for a series of print advertisements for the Hanes Perfect Panty, which is
touted as "everything a woman has ever wanted from her underwear."
This is outrageous!
Having young, sexy starlets disrobe to grab attention?
I am soo looking forward to this.
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