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Libby Indicted:
One count of conspiracy to obstruct justice
Two counts of perjury
Two counts of making false statements - He has resigned in disgrace.
Next step: Offer to reduce his prison time if he gives up the evil Dick

Rove not indicted - yet

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Bush stung by Miers fiasco 
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  anything that has a pulse."
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"I was completely taken aback. Our entire class - Democrats and Republicans alike
  - you could hear everybody gasping. There was complete silence; no one knew what to say.
  I went home and told my parents, and they were completely in shock."
   -- students' reaction to Chris Craddock, a Bush Republican from Virginia  Link

  "Negroes are crazy..."

I guarantee that's how they talk behind closed doors.
Dumbshit, here, just forgot where he was...


 Iraq War Critics Emerge Too Late
   by Robert Parry as seen on  consortiumnews.com


As more and more Washington politicians and pundits back peddle away from the disastrous Iraq War,
some are claiming they privately opposed the invasion all along. Others are arguing that the invasion was
the right thing to do, but that the Bush administration bungled its implementation.

While some longtime opponents of the Iraq invasion welcome these belated skeptics into the anti-war fold,
the "repositionists" may carry with them the germs of future conflicts -- because their critiques are primarily
tactical. If George W. Bush had just sent in more troops or had a more realistic plan, then the invasion of Iraq
would have worked, these late skeptics now say.

Note: consortiumnews.com  is the most important site on the internet


Frist orders oil-gouge hearings
 Payback for Bush f-ing him on stocks


Revolting against his masters, Bill Frist on Thursday ordered a Senate hearing with
testimony from major oil company executives on why energy prices are high.

The unexpected announcement by wannabe President Frist showed the growing political
pressure as American consumers brace for higher winter heating costs at the same time
energy companies are reporting fat profits.

"Those who abuse the free enterprise system to advantage themselves and their businesses at the
expense of all Americans, they ought to be exposed, and they ought to be ashamed," Frist said in a statement.

He also asked wants the senate to launch an inquiry into energy price profiteering. "
And ultimately, if the facts warrant it, I will support a federal anti-price gouging law," he said.

On Thursday, Exxon Mobil reported third-quarter earnings of $9.9 billion
-- one of the largest quarterly profits in U.S. corporate history.

To even suggest this - it's a massive, frontal assault on King George the Crooked Monkey.
President Katrina must be weaker than we think, setting up a damn fun next three years.

Hey Billy Bob - ask what Bush is doing with Iraq's 2M barrels a day!


Subject: Al Qaeda in America

Bart --

You're completely off the mark on how easy it is, relatively speaking,
to pull off a suicide bombing in America rather than Iraq.

If you can make that case I'll be one surprised Eskimo.

>> Have they gone soft?
>> I say no.

I agree.  It's not a question of will.

>> Are they low on willing-to-die recruits?
>> Hardly.

You're correct - in Iraq.  Muslims are a very small minority in America.

They ecertainly don't need to be a majority to cause trouble
Two hundred and sixty of them could blow up a school every week day.

It takes a lot more effort to get these suicidal recruits to an American city than to an Iraqi city.

You're kidding, right?  Do you own a TV?
Most days, hundreds of Mexicans invade America illegally and we can't stop them.
Why would Al Qaeda find it difficult?

>> Is it too difficult to get inside America?
>> Please - they probably have hundreds here already.

Here's where you're completely wrong.
Yes, they may have a whole lot of "sleeper cells" and other sympathizers already here,
but it's nothing compared to the way they essentially control entire cities in Iraq.

You're arguing "funny."
If they blow up a school or mall every day - trust me - they'll essentially control America.

And they have huge populations of unemployed, disaffected young men who feel they have no future.


You also miss the fact that they need to get their hands on the explosives to make a suicide bomber
actually bomb anything, and while that's far from impossible, it is also more difficult and more expensive
to do here than in Iraq.  There aren't unguarded military stockpiles just sitting around in America.

You think these bombmakers can't hotwire a cement truck?
And did Tim McVeigh have any trouble finding explosives?

Also, one successful attack could result in the capture of an entire cell here, because it's much
harder for them to hide, and they can't intimidate cops and witnesses nearly as effectively.

Dude, you're not making any sense.
Our airline industry still hasn't recovered from one attack.

It's not that they don't want to attack America, it's just more cost-effective to hit targets in Iraq.

A Mousul sheriff's office is more cost effective than Rockefeller Center or Disney World?
Dude, you must live in Northern Cali because you get loooots better dope than I do!


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"I said sex runs rampant over there and that insane amounts of unprotected sex produces HIV.
  I was not talking about anybody here or black people [in general]. I was talking about a specific
  circumstance group of niggers. If you have sex with anything with a pulse, AIDS is going to spread."
     --  Chris Craddock,   Link


Media, democrats complicit in rush to war
  by Pat Buchanan


A primary source of the hot Intel about poison gas vans and nuclear bomb programs was a
tight-knit exile group led by Ahmed Chalabi, head of the Iraqi National Congress and neocon
favorite to lead the new Iraq. But once the hyped Intel suggesting Saddam was an imminent and
mortal threat had been extracted, the WHIG needed to run it through a media centrifuge to convert
it into hard news. Enter Judy Miller, self-styled "Miss Run Amok" and the go-to girl for the War Party.

Miller took the cherry-picked Intel and planted it on page one, enabling War Party propagandists
to hit the TV talk-show circuit and reference ominous stories in The New York Times about how
imminent a threat Saddam had become. These propagandists were parroting their own pre-cooked
Intel, but it now had the imprimatur of the Times. The White House had seduced the good Gray Lady
of 43rd Street into turning tricks for war."



Subject: Al Qaeda standing down...

Bart, seems to me, they don't attack us because it would turn
public sentiment towards Bush's policy for war....

elementary  my dear, watson

Well, that already happened and Bush fell right into his trap. Osama must've known
(long summer talks on Poppy's back porch?) that Puddinghead had a hardon for Iraq's oil,
so 9-11 gave Bush the excuse to steal that oil and now the whole world hates us.

Besides, no attacks means Bush is right about
"fighting them there so we don't have to fight them here."
One local attack and Bush loses his rationale for staying in Iraq.


FEMA loves Brownie
  He's still doing a heckuva job


Homeland Hack Michael Chertoff on Wednesday defended FEMA's decision to
extend Browniw's post-resignation employment by another 30 days.

"It's important to allow the new people who have the responsibility ... to have access
to the information we need to do better," Chertoff lied as he viewed Wilma's damage in Florida.
"We don't want to sacrifice the real ability to get a full picture of Mike's experiences;
we don't want to sacrifice that ability simply in order to make an image point," Chertoff said.

"It's all about saving face and making Der Monkey look good," admitted Chertoff off the record..


Subject: Who T F?

Who are Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn?

Dude, you have to learn how to use Google.
Jennifer Aniston's TV show was so big they paid her $1,000,0000
for a mere 24 minutes of comedy every week and they did this for years.

She was also married to movie star Brad Pitt, the sexiest man in the world, so they say.
Viunce Vaughn is, apparently, her new boyfriend.



"There are three ways to become gay:
You don't have a father figure in your life,
you have an abusive father figure or
you have no loving support in your family."
  -- Chris Craddock, explaining why...      Link

Alan Keyes is too feminine to be a male role model
Dick Cheney is an abusive father
Gingrich's sister was born in a house without love

  "Homos are crazy..."


Hutchifelon's Double Standard
 When your ethics are for sale...


When they impeached Clinton,  Kay Bailey Hutchifelon had no doubt about the seriousness of the
alleged crime. Clinton stood accused of lying under oath and obstructing the Monica witchhunt.
"What would we be telling Americans," Hutchison asked, "if the Senate were to conclude the
president lied under oath as an element of a scheme to obstruct the due process of law, but we
chose to look the other way. I cannot make that choice. I cannot look away."

As Fitzgerald digs for the truth, Hutchifelon is taking a different view.
On "Meet the Whore," she seemed quite willing to look away this time around.


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Impeachable Offense
 Frog march, frog march, frog march, frog march...


Why is it that justice for the truly monumental crimes is a matter of grasping at such straws?
I ask this question not to look a gift horse in the mouth -- Fitzgerald's guts and doggedness in
pursuing this investigation may have saved the republic -- but to examine the learning opportunity
the scandal opens up.

The abuses of the Bush administration may be the most extreme in U.S. history, but they came
wrapped in the cloak of patriotism and fear-based necessity, and most of us, including the media,
barely questioned them, or we accepted them with a shrug as the unchallengeable prerogatives of the powerful.

What kind of democracy can such an enervated, powerless people hope to spread to the rest of the world?
How did we wind up with a system of government that practices the ideals it trumpets only by mocking them?
How do we let future leaders know that waging an unnecessary war is an impeachable offense?

Frog march, frog march, frog march, frog march...


Noe indicted for laundering Bush money
  George, tell me, are you having a bad week?  ha ha


A federal grand jury has indicted Tom Noe, the former Toledo-area coin dealer at the center
of a state investment scandal, of illegally laundering money into President Bush's re-election campaign.

The three-count indictment states that beginning in October 2003, Mr. Noe contributed to Bush's crooked
election campaign "over and above the limits established by the Federal Election Campaign Act."

"He did so to fulfill his pledge to raise $50,000 for Bush in Columbus, Ohio, on Oct. 30, 2003."
The two other counts were for conspiracy and filing false statements.US

Dude, ask for the cell next to Tom DeLay.
He'll have hookers, whiskey and fine food brought in.


GAO confirms 2004 election stolen
  George, are you having a bad week?


As a legal noose appears to be tightening around Bush/Cheney, a shocking government report
shows the floor under the legitimacy of their alleged election to the White House is crumbling.
The latest critical confirmation has gotten virtually no mainstream media coverage.

The GAO analyses adds crucial new weight to the case that Team Bush was not elected.

John Conyers asked the GAO to investigate electronic voting machines. The request came amidst
widespread complaints in Ohio and elsewhere that often shocking irregularities occurred.

The non-partisan GAO report has now found that, "some of [the] concerns about Diebold machines
have been realized and have caused problems with recent elections, resulting in the loss and miscount of votes."

The United States is the only major democracy that allows private partisan corporations to
secretly count and tabulate the votes with proprietary non-transparent software.

The United States is the only major democracy that's half filled with scared weenies who don't want to win.
Thank to John Conyers and the GAO for doing their damn jobs.



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Chimps fall down on friendship
 Maybe this explains Puddinghead's troubles


Captive chimpanzees fail to help others in their social group, even when it causes no inconvenience,
a behavioural study in Nature journal has found. Helpfulness is prevalent in humans, even when it
may harm the helper's own interests to aid another.

Humanlike attributes shown by chimps include tool use and maybe rudimentary language skills,
but this study suggests altruism is not among them.

But other researchers said that captive chimps may be less socially inclined.


Subject: Cindy Sheehan

You knocked the president because he ran from Sheehan
but you protect Hillary who is doing the same thing.


Because I think Hillary would make a better president than another BFEE puppet.
What's crazy is some people on our side disagree with me.



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Subject: Specter and Leahy

Greetings Bart!

 I've been watching Senators Specter and Leahy hold hands through all the news shows
in regards to Miers, undoubtedly being voted the Sen. Judiciary Committee's Hottest Couple.

 I sadly must admit that I shivered over the thought of how ugly their children would be
- although I'm sure they would be loved very much. :')

But there was a shot of them side by side on Jim Lehrer last night and I laughed out loud
thinking they reminded me of the 2 heckling balcony dwellers from The Muppett Show:

   Senators Specter (left) and Leahy, holding hands


Thanks to gng

How much is your blog worth?


Inspired by Tristan Louis's research into the value of each link to Weblogs Inc,
I've created this little applet using Technorati's API which computes and displays
your blog's worth using the same link to dollar ratio as the AOL-Weblogs Inc deal.

This must be wrong.
If it's right, why does my shoe have a hole in it?


BCR Show 84 preview

There's a thing on gun control in BCR Show 84
The "assault weapons are good" theory is pushed by a TV lawyer with "the mad cow."
To the first five people who can tell me his name, I'll give 30 days of BCR.

Hint: If your answer has an "S" in it, you're wrong.
I need the character's name.

 I know, Bart - I know

Lt. Sulu is gay

                  I can't imagine that...


George Takei, Star Trek's helmsman "Sulu" has come out and says he's gay.
The current social and political climate motivated Takei's disclosure, he said.

"The world has changed from when I was a young teen feeling ashamed for being gay," he said.
"The issue of gay marriage is now a political issue. That would have been unthinkable when I was young."

Darn that Hollywood - blackballing gay actors all these decades.
And now we're in the "anything goes" Bush Queerism period, so it's safe for George now.

Hey, I like Sulu just fine.
It just sounded funny - but when you know a little about him - we was jailed here, in America,
in a POW camp from the age of 4 to 8.   Once he "served his time," he hit puberty and discovered
that he was back inside a different kind of POW camp - one who's term would last 50 years.

Space date set for Scotty's ashes


Star Trek's James Doohan, Scotty, will have his final wish granted when his ashes are sent into space on 6 December.
Doohan died in July, aged 85. His ashes will be accompanied by thousands of tributes from fans of the sci-fi show.

What the hell - a shot of Chinaco for George, Jimmy and their Star Trek friends we grew up with.



Please don't let Bush kill us.



Edie Falco revealed to interviewer Jeff Toobin that next season, "Carmela,"
announces she voted for President Bush.  The thought made Bush-phobic Falco ill...
       -- NY Daily Whore Gossip Section


What Sleazy can't see


Like a lot of African Americans, I've long wondered what the deal was with Condoleezza Rice
and the issue of race. How does she work so loyally for George W. Bush, whose approval rating
among blacks was measured in a recent poll at a negligible 2 percent? How did she come to a
worldview so radically different from that of most black Americans? Is she blind, is she in denial,
is she confused -- or what?"

Maybe she's in love - with oil money.


Subject: Bush Administration condones torture

It is somewhat ironic that Dick Cheney is trying to weaken the anti-torture bill to create loopholes
allowing suspected criminals to be tortured when he is facing possible criminal charges himself.

As someone who may of outed the identity of an undercover CIA agent it makes me wonder of
Cheney himself would be subject to his proposed torture exception provision that would allow
CIA agents working undercover to use torture.

Perhaps if we shipped Cheney to GITMO and kept him awake 24 hours a day playing peace
protest music he might crack and confess to outing the identity of Valerie Plame. Maybe we
should allow special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald to torture Bush's staff and see how it works?

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U2 continues US tour
They just finished Detroit - tonight is Houston

Nobody saw the second show in Detroit?
Or are you too hung over to write about it?

Concert review

Next is  Dallas and then some other West Coast dates.

Send in your U2 concert reports


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Subject: why no attacks here?

Of course they can try to attack here but it is harder than ever.
They would like to try to blow up something important but they can't and they know it.

Dude, lying to yourself is the worst thing you can do.
If you can't trust yourself with the truth ...you're not gonna make it.

You just said some religious handjob has little chance of stealing a truck, maybe a gasoline truck,
and driving it into a casino or a big wedding or a stadium during the World Series?     Get real.

They could do as you mentioned -- execute numerous small attacks at schools hospitals etc
but they have a higher priority. Although it isn't reported in the news the youth of the Middle East
is pro America and pro Democracy.

Those two wacky sentences have nothing to do with each other.
Is everybody getting better doobage than I?

Plus, remember the DC snipers?
That was a 16 year old kid and his mental "older friend" in a 1977 Chevy.
What could clever terrorists could do with diplomatic immunity, 10 million dollars and 3 years to plan?

Hell, I'm more convinced than ever.

That is true in Iran and Iraq and any country that is exposed to our superior culture. If Iraq becomes
a pro American democracy it could lead to rebellion against governments in Iran and Saudi Arabia.

I think you're "ifs" come rather cheaply, kinda like Ann Coulter TIVO-ing Bush in the pilot costume.
If I win the gold medal in boxing in the 2008 Olympics, I'll be rich.
Think either of those will happen?

If the terrorists lose Saudi Arabia it is all over for them. Due to president Clintons do-nothing attitude
and behavior regarding terrorism, they assumed that Bush would do nothing. They made a crucial mistake.

Yeah, the whole world loves us because Bush handled our 2000-dead Iraqi quagmire so well.

They cannot afford to lose Iraq or they will lose everwhere and they think that if they piss away
enough time we will give up and go home. We will not give up and we will not go home and they
will lose in Iraq and they will lose everything. Do you want us to win?


Does winning mean making Iraq our 51st State?
Bush broke it, now we own it.
That's the most damn apt cliche in the country.

Someday, maybe after he's left office, you'll write and say, "I gotta admit it, you were right.
Bush was the biggest American disaster since the Civil war - maybe worse."

What Bush has done is shot America into a bank robbery.
Now you're asking me, "Do we want to rob this bank or not?"

To some degree - we're all in the bank, and the way your hero George has set thing up,
America is surrounded inside the bank, and we're wearing the mask and holding the gun.


 Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2002 Halliburton Upgrade)
 times today's oil price which is  $61.09 a barrel
makes $122,180,000  Bush stole just yesterday

2006 2009 have died for Halliburton

Bush got THREE MORE killed yesterday - for what?

...yet more volunteer to die for no good reason


Der Monkey stung by Miers fiasco
 It's so sad - Daddy can't buy George's way out of this


In a striking defeat for America's first Chimp President, Harriet Miers went down like Monica after
three weeks of brutal criticism from the Nazi right. Billy Bob Frist predicted another unqualified candidate
would be rushed into the headlines before they have much of a chance to think about it.

The poor Monkey.
He thought he could smirk and vacation his way to greatness because he started a world war.


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Janet's nude video hits internets


A video clip showing Jackson sunbathing naked has been circulating on the Internet.
The 40-second paparazzi video was shot from bushes near the singer.


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