"Nobody in this country wants the US Military
to lose. Nobody in this country wants the country to lose."
-- Rush, steeping back from his wild-ass statements that the Democrats
want us to lose in Iraq, Oink
Excerpt: Almost daily, the Bushies ratchet up the war-like
rhetoric about Iran's alleged role in destabilizing Iraq.
Eerily, like the pre-Iraq War drumbeat, the U.S.
press repeats the accusations with little skepticism and
Congress marches in lockstep, as a new
Middle East villain is marked for punishment.
On Aug. 15, front-page stories in the New York
Times, the Washington Post and other leading newspapers
described how Bush planned to designate Iran's
Revolutionary Guard Corps a "global terrorist" organization
for supporting anti-U.S. and anti-Israeli forces
in the Middle East.
Yet Saudi Arabia is implicated by far more persuasive
evidence in helping Iraqi Sunni militias with money,
weapons and suicide bombers to kill both U.S.
troops and Iraqi targets, including civilians.
On this, the Bush administration and the U.S.
press corps are remarkably silent.
"I happen to like Hillary. Bill is now the
rock star of the Democratic Party, but he didn't get to be a great President. He was reelected
without asking for a mandate to do anything big, and he didn't get anything big done
-- Bob Shrum, always the loser,Link
Note: Clinton was elected and reelected
without any help from loser Shrum.
I guess 8 years of peace and prosperity
is nothing, eh Bob?
Think we'll ever have that again?
Excerpt: Until the ethical and legal questions that trail
Karl Rove are answered, his own explanation for abruptly
departing the White House must suffice. Perhaps
he is the first political operative in history to flee
Washington because he actually wants to spend
more time with his family. Why he is leaving matters
much less, however, than the opportunities he
squandered and the wreckage he leaves behind.
Inevitably, thousands of words will be devoted
to his electoral achievements and his ultimate failure
to "realign" American politics under right-wing
Republican domination - including a book he apparently
plans to write. His vision of a new political
dispensation proved to be more grandiose than grand."
"The White House's effort to prevent Petraeus
and Crocker from testifying openly and candidly before Congress about the situation in Iraq is unacceptable.
Not only does it contradict the law Bush himself signed in May, but it appears to be yet another
politically driven attempt to avoid giving Congress and the American people an honest and open assessment
of a war we can all see is headed in the wrong direction.
-- Harry Reid, pitiful and inept, Link
Did Reid win the leadership position on a bet?
How did such a loser rise to the top of thr power heap?
Does that mean every other Dem senator is more of a loser than
Excerpt: Karl Rove is the first to admit it: he's become
a myth, a man from whom political magic is expected.
Last fall, for instance, Republicans around the
country and even in the White House waited for Rove
to devise a campaign strategy that would keep
Republicans from losing the House and Senate and
Bush from becoming a lame duck president. But
Republicans and Bush suffered a terrible defeat.
Rove is the greatest political mind of his generation
and probably of any generation. He not only is
a breathtakingly smart strategist but also a
clever tactician. He knows history, understands the moods
of the public, and is a visionary on matters
of public policy. But he is not a magician.
Political advisers like Rove offer advice, not
This from Fred barnes, the dumbest of the dun-ass pundits.
Why, chimps are smarter than this liar-whore.
Chippy the Chimp is right 517 times out of 1,000.
Fred Barnes is only right 398 times because he's a lying whore.
Chippy is smarter/lies less than Fred Barnes.
"I've already made it clear I'm not going to
be able to stay until the end of his term, but that's primarily for financial reasons.
When my money runs out, then I've got to go." -- Tony Snow, who must
be lying, Link
Who ever heard of a high-profile Republican whore running out
> Then Monday, after he won, "Tiger
> Why can't they be satified with
"Woods wins PGA?"
> It reminds me of a nine year old girl lusting
after some boy band. > I don't mind the facts, but the hype is
enough to turn anyone off.
Really Bart, are you now pretending that you've
never written headlines?
I've never written a headline that fawning and gushing.
2026 issues and you can't figure out why "Tiger
is a better headline that "Woods wins PGA"?
It depends - if it's the 'Tiger is God' Fanclub Newsletter, then
that's an appropriate headline.
But for a city with cops and an airport, for the only big newspaper
to flatter and gush with childlike glee
over some out-of-town athlete on the front page above the fold is enough
to make an adult gag.
Seriously, if you and I went to St Francis High School, and our Assisis
won the state football title,
I wouldn't mind if the school paper screamed, "Assisis
Take Tupelo!" but this ain't high school.
Okay, I'll explain it to an Okie with an I.Q.
of 60. It's alliterative with at the T's the guys reading
the sports page get to spit in people's faces
as they read it. It tumbles trippingly from the tongue.
Second, it mentions the name of the hometown
of the Tulsa World, so a call out to the crowd.
It paints a picture of a fierce animal engaged
in taming "Tulsa".
That's not the picture I got :)
Tiger will one day retire with (...why
do people send me lists of Tiger victories?)
If Tiger Woods never wins another tournament,
he'd still be the best golfer to ever play the game.
I love your page, and I know it's a joke page,
but your Bartcop Hex on Tiger has been about as
effective as a squadron of Pink Tutu Democrats
threatening a filibuster.
ha ha My Hex performed a LOT better than the wet-my-pants
Hell, would you please hex me?
If I did, you might marry a Swedish model.
Wait, you're a fan of Tiger's and you say the BartCop Hex didn't work?
Will you give me a dollar for every "What's wrong with Tiger?"
column that ran
between last week and the week I hexed him with it way back in 2001?
Excerpt: The 2001 U.S. Open in Tulsa stopped Woods' majors
victory streak at four,
and was the start of one of his worst droughts.
He went on to five straight
tournaments without a top 10 (including 25th
at the British Open and 29th at the PGA).
"Bush is headed for even more dire times and
the ultimate result will be a failed presidency. I attribute the likelihood of this
very sad end to serious breakdowns in integrity in how he has consistently flouted the Constitution,
in its ignorance of what we faced in Iraq before and after we attacked, and in his refusal
to acknowledge its errors, correct them, and move on." -- Bud Krogh, one of
Nixon's plumbers who had to do time for his crimes, Link
I'm so old, I remember when you were caught committing a felony, you
went to prison.
But Bush changed all that - any guilty friend of his is forever pardoned.
I do not understand why Democrats are such sackless/spineless
Were they all beaten as children at home and
in school? Do they have no self esteem?
How hard is it to stand up to the stupidest, most
intentionally ignorant president ever? My 8 year old
could outwit that fuckwit, but Nancy Pelosi and
Harry Reid cannot? What are they afraid of?
The Republicans have started cannibalizing each
other, running ads targeting
critters to make sure they stay in line with their support for
Excerpt: The approval rating for Congress is now "the
lowest it has been in Gallup history - since 1974,"
Jeffrey Jones of the Gallup Poll reports today.
According to Jones: "Just 18% approve of the job
Congress is doing, while 76% disapprove.
That 18% job approval rating matches the low
recorded in March 1992, when a check-bouncing
scandal was one of several scandals besetting
As he also notes, the Democratic-led Congress
has had a very brief honeymoon
and stands lower in Americans' eyes than President
But that's a horseshit fact.
The GOP is blocking everything the Dems want to do - so how is that
the fault of the Dems?
Qualifier: To this day, nobody has been able to explain to me
why the GOP can block every
move the Dems try to make now, whereas we were "totally powerless"
for the last 6 years.
Bush had broken almost every law and peed on the Bill of Rights while
the Dems cried,
"We can't stop him," but the minute
Gore wants a concert, Inhofe can say, "NO"
and kill it?
Could someone explain?
Is it just a matter of balls - they have some and we don't?
Excerpt: Not being "in the demo," as they say in the media
biz, I didn't hear about AT&T's censorship
of Pearl Jam until a friend told me about it.
If you were not paying attention to Lollapalooza in Chicago,
you probably didn't hear about it either. But
a lots of people have heard, and that's a problem for AT&T.ad
At Lollapalooza, Eddie Vedder altered the lyrics
of Pink Floyd's "Another Brick in the Wall" to say,
"George Bush! Leave This World Alone." This was
evidently too much for AT&T, and so they blocked it out.
Also cut out was a line that said, "George Bush!
Find yourself another home." This is the kind of thing that
Democratics say on the stump every day. Fortunately,
they need not seek approval first from AT&T.
No doubt AT&T is volunteering to Bush copies of every phone call
we make, too.
Excerpt: A blooger has filed a complaint with the FEC
pointing out the obvious: While Mr. Thompson claims to be
evaluating the prospect of running for president,
in reality he's already running. This wouldn't matter terribly,
except that it's against the law. By perpetrating
this sham, he's abusing a legal status that allows him to conduct
certain activities (hiring staff, conducting
polling, doing limited fund raising) without the hassle of declaring that
he's a candidate or filing regular reports to
For its part, the Thompson for President Committee
has responded with a simple statement: "We're following the law."
But of course, saying it doesn't make it so.
The committee will have 15 days to come up with a better answer once the
FEC officially notifies it of the complaint.
In the meantime, let's look at the law and the evidence from the complaint.
Excerpt: Seriously - is it a pre-requisite that you have
to have the IQ of a an inbred monkey
to be a democratic lawmaker? they simply do not
get it. super-simple arguments are
beyond them. and they have not, after 7 years,
been able to successfully untwist even
the most rudimentary of logical knots that bush/rove
"If we don't stop believing the worst in each
other, we're dead." -- Glenn Beck, liar and whore,
the same man who once described Hillary's voice
that of 'a stereotypical bitch, ' hosted a guest who said on-air that watching
murder the Clintons would be 'great,' and confessed that he is 'afraid'
have 'a lot of African-American friends.', in a new GQ profile, http://thinkprogress.org/
-- Glenn Beck is a vulgar Pigboy
wannabe who spews his right-wing hate
CNN's Headline news several times each day.
guess Michael Savage was too busy.
Excerpt: Hillary addressed veterans in Kansas City yesterday
and proclaimed that "we've begun to change tactics in Iraq,"
and those changed tactics are "working." "We're
just years too late in our tactics," she lamented.
(Note: The first report I read, on Huffington
Post and from the New York Post, quoted Hillary as saying "the surge" is working. Now that I have
seen the full speech, I can quote her exactly. "We've begun to change tactics"
But what else is she talking about except Bush's
Hail Mary surge? What other "new tactics" have we begun to try?
The surge is the story. She was, of course, talking
about the surge. Arguing about how she characterized it misses
the essential and crucial point. It obfuscates,
which is exactly what every Republican argument is meant to do.)
What does Hillary mean by "working"?
How is the surge working?
What is it accomplishing?
What is it meant to accomplish?
I don't think I'm going to be voting Democrat
if she wins.
If this guy had stuck to the facts, he'd have no angle to write about.
So he invents shit, creates nouns and verbs that don't exist,
then he demands that Hillary explain his fabrications, lies
If Tequilaboy in Okie-homie knows this he's lying, doesn't everybody?
BTW, the title to his horseshit column is "Hillary's
War," as if Edwards,
Biden, Kerry and the majority of the senate Democrats tried to stop
her, but Hillary's
well-documented blood lust would not be sated until allll
the little children were dead.
Is this all they have?
They invent lies and demand that she explain them?
Trust me, you can't beat a Clinton with lies and stupidity.
You'll have to do a lot better than this if you plan
to stop her,
Arianna will do everything in her power to stop the Democratic front-runner.
Hillary falters and, say, Obama becomes the nominee,
will Arianna then give us her litany of lies about Obama?
What does Arianna have against Democrats chosing their nominee?
Excerpt: A rash of retirements among House Bastards is
adding to the Fascist's electoral challenges
and raising questions about a rush for the exits.
Four House Republicans - Hastert, LaHood, Pryce
and Pickering - have all announced that
they will not seek re-election, worrying Republican
leaders anxious to hold back a potential wave
of retirements after the loss of their majority
in 2006. Hastert was known as a sweaty wrestler.
"I think our party's chances for winning the majority
back next time are pretty bleak at the moment,"
LaHood said. "People are going to continue
to have heartburn over the war," he said. "Democrats will
win the White House, hold their majority in the
House and in the Senate in 2008, and then in 2010 we will
have an extraordinary opportunity in the off-year
of a Democratic presidency and Congressional majorities
to possibly win it back. But it is not going
to happen the next time," in 2008.
"I would readily concede to you this is a difficult
issue because the reason there is tax preferences in the first
place are there are powerful interests that have worked to get the preference
in the code."
-- Der Fuhrer, talking about his friends, the super-rich, Link
No telling what the Monkey meant to say,
but obviously the poor get screwed the worst.
Hey Monkey, who cares about preferences
if you're going to donate hundred of billions of dollars to your friends in the oil
business, the bastards who already make $75,000
per minute in PURE PROFIT off your fake
war that has killed almost 4,000 American soldiers?
This is one day's profits for Bush's oil bastard buddies and
the cost comes cheap - to them.
Dear Bart Cop,
You know Hillary voted for this war (another
obvious lack of balls). I wanted to know
about the candidate's views on military action
with Iran. You would have to be an idiot not to.
I want know, that the next President isn't going
to get us in the same senseless mess of a war, as we are in Iraq.
It's obvious she is your candidate but, that
dosen't make her the right one.
I don't read much on your site about Rep. Kucinich
your not just another media whore are you???
He's the only one that has it right.
I like Dennis, but people laugh when you mention
Besides, he's too honest to be president.
BTW, on that war vote, do you hold everyone who
voted yes responsible for that?
I'm asking - did you vote for Kerry in 2004?
Excerpt: For those unfamiliar with these awards, they
are named after 81-year-old Stella Liebeck who spilled
hot coffee on herself and successfully sued the
McDonald's in where she purchased the coffee.
That's right. These are awards for the most outlandish
lawsuits and verdicts that happened during 2006.
You know, the kinds of cases that make you scratch
your head. Here are the "Stellas" for the past year:
This writer is crazy.
I'm all for "Stella" getting a big paycheck after she was badly burned
As for the Stella Awards, if it doesn't some with a verifiable link,
assume it's just another
"Hillary peed on the Gold Star Mothers" horseshit.
Excerpt: Nearly two dozen gas station owners in California
sued Shell Oil, Chevron and Saudi Refining,
on Tuesday, claiming the companies conspired
to fix prices for 23,000 franchise owners nationwide.
The case filed in U.S. District Court in San Francisco
seeks class-action status for the plaintiffs.
It is similar to another lawsuit filed in 2004
by other California gas station owners that was thrown out
by Bush's Whore Supreme Court last year. The
new group of plaintiffs hopes the court will consider
a slightly different argument.
Like the previous case, the plaintiffs in this
case say chairmen of the three oil companies met privately
nearly every month starting in March 1996 for
the "purpose of forming and organizing a combination."
The lawsuit alleges executives destroyed documents
from the meetings, and a defunct joint venture violated
U.S. antitrust laws and caused artificially high
wholesale gas prices in nearly every state from 1999 to 2001.
How can anyone get justice when Bush's whore court
is on the take?
Excerpt: And then there's the "Shrum curse." In his last
contest, Shrum served as the chief strategist for John Kerry,
the eighth time he had worked for a Democratic
Presidential candidate and his eighth loser. In lieu of a candidate,
Shrum has this summer produced a memoir, "No
Excuses," a dishy recounting of his career. Page for page,
notwithstanding the title, the book probably
has more excuses than concessions, and there are revealing,
and often unflattering, glimpses of his former
clients: a foulmouthed Edmund Muskie, a dithering Bob Kerrey,
and a lightweight John Edwards, among others.
In all, though, Shrum, who is sixty-four years old, takes on
the subject of the curse without actually acknowledging
Shrum, who's always wrong, says, "Hillary's
lead in the national polls is irrelevant."
"Don't buy the
champagne. We can
still lose this!"
It's been cooling off some here in Baghdad; it's
only been getting up to 110 in the shade.
July was brutal. It was getting up to 120
every day for a few weeks. The A/C units would
get over-worked and shut down. This Wisconsin
boy's had about enough of all that.
The talk has been all about how good we Air Force
guys have it. We only deploy here for four months
at a time (except for Security Forces, who come
out here for six). Army soldiers generally come for
fifteen months. What I found peculiar is
that if an Army soldier gets orders cut for twelve months and
gets extended to fifteen, he gets an extra $1,000
a month for those last three months, but if his orders
are for fifteen he gets no extra compensation.
I can't really make any sense of that one.
I'm less than a month away from my departure date,
and I'm looking forward to getting home and
seeing my family again. I do have it pretty
good compared to a lot of guys out here (especially the soldiers),
so I'm grateful for that. Still, I haven't
heard anybody say, "Man, I can't wait to come back here again."
Some of the guys are pretty gung-ho at the beginning,
but after a while it all just gets pretty old. I'm seeing
some of the same leadership problems that I read
about with the Vietnam War. Officers come out here to
get their ticket punched, try to scrape together
a few bullets to put on their resume (whether it actually improves
anything or not), and then go on their merry
way to inevitable promotion. There may be some officers left who
really believe in the mission and are interested
in doing whatever it takes to get it done no matter the personal cost,
but from where I'm sitting, I can't really see
it. It's mostly just about personal advancement.
Again though, I can't really speak to what's going
on with the infantry guys. I'm "in the rear with the gear".
Soon I'll be flying back to my tropical island,
from where I'll hopefully be able to close out my Air Force
career and get back to the so-called real world.
President Clinton once remarked that the world
would eventually have to decide which is more important:
the things that divide us or the things that
unite us. In the military I can see a whole host of different regional
biases, and it strikes me that every region looks
down on the other for various reasons. Pro-U.S. chauvinism,
ironically, runs most rampant in the part of
the country that hates America more than any other. Good old Dixie.
Excerpt: In an attempt to please an audience of veterans
Monday, Hillary said the surge was "working"
and gave a helping-hand to the Bush spin machine,
Pentagon dead-enders and right-wing
pundits who have already begun to quote her.
"Of course the surge is working," they'll say,
"even Hillary Clinton acknowledges that!"
Just when Congressional Democrats were beginning
to grow spines and stand up against the war,
Hillary has cut them off at the knees.
I didn't know that Mike Gravel was a lying whore - did you?
Every transcript I've seen says
she never said that but why tell the truth when a lie will do?
Note: Today's first Hillary hater says
Arianna published the "Surge is working" misquote. Getting news from wehateclintons.com
is like getting news from FOX News.
Notice Gravel doesn't quote her as saying that, he quotes
others quoting her.
That's a goddamn cowardly way to run a losing campaign.
Where are ya, Mike? Have you reached one percent yet?
If Hillary is the anti-Christ that Gravel and Arianna (and more) claim
why do they have to fabricate quotes to make her look bad?
If she's so wrong for America,
why not quote her correctly instead of making shit up?
If you can't beat her with the truth, go ahead and lie.
After all, it's politics, right?
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