"Hillary is not the first politician in Washington
to declare 'mission accomplished' a little too soon." -- Barack Obama on Leno, going for
a two-fer when asked if Hillary was "a shoo-in."
Excuse me, Mr. Obama, Mr. Honesty,
when did Hillary declare she'd won the nomination?
I don't mind a politician calling an ant
hill "a mountain"
because politicians lie - that's what they do.
But when you wrap yourself in the cloak
of honesty and claim, "I'm not like
those people,'" and then turn into one of them after you
find yourself 25 points behind, that doesn't work.
So if you want to tell lies, that's OK with
me because I want a Democratic president.
But you might want to knock off that "honesty"
bullshit because you're clumsy at it.
Excerpt: Last summer when two pro-Iraq War pundits returned
from a Pentagon-guided tour of Iraq,
the New York Times gave them prime op-ed space
to re-invent themselves as harsh war critics
who had been won over by George W. Bush's "surge."
The deceptively packaged op-ed by Brookings analysts
Michael O'Hanlon and Kenneth Pollack
- which then was amplified by their many appearances
on TV news shows - proved very influential
in shaping the congressional war debate. More
By contrast, a few weeks later, the Times editors
buried a report by seven U.S. non-commissioned
officers who were on 15-month tours in Iraq and
offered a more negative assessment. The Times' editors
stuck their account, entitled "The War as We
Saw It, at the back of the Aug. 19 "Week in Review" section.
(Two of those soldiers - Staff Sgt. Yance T.
Gray, 26, and Omar Mora, 28 - have since died in Iraq.)
Now, senior Washington Post editors, who have
been major Iraq War enthusiasts from the beginning,
have given even more dismissive treatment to
an anti-war op-ed written by 12 former Army captains who served in Iraq.
Excerpt: He hinted at a possible run for the White House
on Larry King last week, but Stephen Colbert
made it official Tuesday night: he's jumping
into the presidential race in his home state of South Carolina.
"After nearly 15 minutes of soul-searching, I
have heard the call .I am hereby declaring that I will enter
the presidential primary in my native South Carolina,
running as a favorite son," Colbert said on his show.
"I defy any other candidate to pander more to
the people of South Carolina - those beautiful, beautiful people.
They say Colbert, as a joke, wants to run on both GOP and Dem ballots
- that's a mistake.
If he runs on just the GOP, he could get up to 20 percent and become
a force in the Fascist Party.
How stupid are Republicans? The White House invited Colbert to
speak at that White House
Correspondent's dinner when Bush was there, remember?
"The twentieth century was marred by wars of
unimaginable brutality, mass murder and genocide. History records that the Armenians were the
first people of the last century to endure these cruelties. The Armenians were subjected to a genocidal
campaign that defies comprehension and commands all decent people to remember and acknowledge
the facts and lessons of an awful crime in a century of bloody crimes against humanity. If elected
President, I would ensure that our nation properly recognizes the tragic suffering of the Armenian
George W. Bush, 2-19-2000 Link
It's funny - Bush pretending to think genocide
is a bad thing.
Guess who holds this millenium record for
"When I learned to ride a bike, I ended up
scraping the knuckles as I was learning to balance. But never once did I think of going
to the hospital or calling a reporter." - -- the vulgar Pigboy, starting early
on the knuckledragging
"The sight of an old man being hit by a truck...touched
off a feeding frenzy among witnesses who allegedly stole the dying victim's
groceries.' At least the old man was able to afford groceries in America. The Democrats tell us this
is not possible." -- the Methane Factory, pretending
there are no poor people because he's super-rich
Excerpt: Deep in the heart of the postwar hell that awaits
many injured and emotionally shattered vets
lies a memo so toxic with cynical irony it deserves
to be posted on americasarmy.com,
the U.S. Army's official teen-entrapment Web
"We can't fix every Soldier. We have to hold Soldiers
accountable for their behavior.
Everyone in life beyond babies, the insane, and
the demented and mentally retarded
have to be held accountable for what they do
in life." (Except America's Murder
One no-longer-useful soldier - among the 22,500
discharged in the last six years with a pre-existing
personality disorder - is Army Spc. Jon Town,
who was knocked unconscious by a 107-millimeter rocket
while serving in Iraq and was awarded a Purple
But the Army has ruled that the hearing loss and
headaches he has suffered ever since were the result of a
pre-existing personality disorder, a diagnosis
divined without input from family members or anyone who knew
Town before he enlisted and passed the Army physical.
No need, see. These guys all had dormant conditions
that family members wouldn't have noticed anyway.
Only trained Army docs can determine their existence,
after which they have no choice but to deny the
poor schnooks disability pay and medical care.
Why do kids still enlist in this nightmare? You
sign up to "help protect your country,"
you're disabled on the job, the military doctors
claim you were defective when you signed up
and then they throw your unemployable ass under
the bus and ask for more volunteers.
Excerpts: "I am certainly understanding of the fact that
some veterans could be debilitated to the point that
such cataloguing is necessary, but we should
ensure this process does not entangle the vast majority
of our combat veterans who simply seek to readjust
to normal life at the conclusion of their tours.
I am troubled by the prospect of veterans refusing
necessary treatment and the benefits they are entitled to.
As I'm sure you would agree we cannot allow any
stigma to be associated with mental healthcare or
treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury," Coburn
wrote to acting Veterans Secretary Gordon Mansfield.
Why do mentally unstable ex-soldiers need more
Subject: Tom Coburn
I have to send my condolences for having to be
represented by Tom Coburn,
the only senator willing to stand up for gun
rights of the mentally disturbed.
Jesse Helms was my senator for years, so I know
these things tend to happen.
I live in Virginia now, home to both the NRA,
and the largest shooting massacre in U.S. history.
I have figured it out. They are going to whisper
that she is a queer.
That is how they are attempting to beat her.
They think it'll get em enough votes.
Jeff from PETA
After what the Bush bastards did to Ann Richards,
they're ready for that.
I really, really, really hope they try to pull
Hillary could reply, "We've
been happily married for 30 years. Besides, open up a newspaper or turn on a
TV - everyone knows the GOP is the party of we-hate-ourselves, bathroom
The faster they pitch, the farther she's going to hit the ball.
"This is such an amazing American story that
one ancestor, a man that came to Maryland, could be responsible down the family line
for lives that have taken such different and varied paths as Dick's and Barack Obama's."
-- Lynne Cheney, saying she discovered that Obama and her Dick share an
Translation: A Cheney raped a slave
and Obama is a descendent of that crime.
Excerpt: Bush cronies racing to find three kidnapped American
soldiers in Iraq last May labored for nearly 10 hours
to get legal authority for wiretaps to help in
the hunt, an intelligence official told Congress on Thursday.
As if this group of thugs ever respected the Rule
The top U.S. spy agency, the Office of the Director
of National Intelligence, sent Congress a timeline
alleging the wiretap effort as Bush bastards
make their case to wary Democrats for a permanent
expansion of its authority to eavesdrop on the
foreign communications of terrorism suspects.
"In order to comply with the law, we were required
to spend valuable time obtaining an emergency
authorization to engage in collection related
to the kidnapping," said Ronald Burgess, principle whore
to Mitch the Bitch McConnell (R-Passes for Straight).
The timeline shows that at 10 a.m. EDT on May
15, after three days of developing leads on the whereabouts
of the three missing soldiers, U.S. agencies
met to discuss ways of obtaining more intelligence.
Concluding at 12:53 p.m. EDT that requirements
for emergency eavesdropping approval had been met,
officials spent more than four
hours debating "novel and complicated
issues" in the case. They spent about
two more hours to obtain final approval from
then-AG Tortureboy Gonzales, who was traveling.
They have phones on today's jets - why didn't
they call him?
Wasn't saving those lives important enough to
The wiretap began at 7:38 p.m. Bush bastards
then had 72 hours to obtain a FISA authority, which was granted,
a U.S. official said. Mitch the Bitch said
that an outdated provision in the eavesdropping law made the approval
necessary because the targeted foreign communications
were carried in part on a wire inside the United States.
Liar! We learned this week that Bush was tapping everyoneseven
months before 9-11. That means they just want to spy on people and not leave a paper trail.
They can't be trusted - we need to put these criminals on trial.
While traversing Manhattan I came across a headline
in that "fish wrap" called The N.Y. Post that shows
a picture of a local G.I. who was abducted by
Al Queda - the generic term for the 500 or so factions over there.
According to the liar from down under, a 10 hour
delay in obtaining a phone tapping warrant prevented
our government from "listening in to the thugs"
involved. I didn't bother to read further since we all know
they can obtain a warrant to listen for 72 hours
with no proof of anything and they are never refused.
You're right - that's obvious.
Why do they lie so blatantly about that which
we know is false?
First of all, we are upset about DOMESTIC wiretapping
and I doubt they sent this boy to a Brooklyn basement
for safe keeping (although I hear they gave Osama
a liquor store in Miami in gratitude for his playing along).
Secondly would they have any reason to call some
"cell" over here to discuss it knowing we listen in?
It's my guess that if there was a 10 hour delay
it was because THEY screwed up.
Don't you love the part about how they "debated"
the issue for hours?
These thugs "debate" by barking, "Go
fuck yourself," then breaking any laws
they don't like.
They get away with these lies because the press
covers for them and the Democrats are scared.
Considering their lack of concern for the average
G.I., this would be no surprise. This is all to counter
the recent news that the Donut-in-Chief and his
boys were listening to us well before 9-11.
So when your "Reagan grandchild" brother-in-law
say's "See, we need looser FISA rules,"
don't bother to answer him anymore, just punch
the liar in the mouth.
You don't need his Christmas cards anyway.
The "Huey" Crew- Chief
"That would be embarrassing and you sure wouldn't
want to put your family through that indignity" -- Jon Stewart, on Sen. Larry
Craig (R-Gay) explaining that he reached underneath the bathroom stall
he didn't want to leave the Men's room with toilet paper stuck to his shoe
This call to arms for Democratic investors from
the cofounders of Blue Investment Management,
an ethical investment fund. The Blue Index-the
companies in the S&P 500 that are socially
responsible and have also supported Democrats
over the last five election cycles outperform
the market by nearly 20%, and outperform red
S&P 500 companies by 23%, they assert.
Excerpt: A quarter of Germans believe there were some
positive aspects to Nazi rule, according to a poll
- a finding that comes after a popular talk show
host was fired for praising Nazi Germany's attitude toward motherhood.
Pollsters asked whether National Socialism also
had some "good sides such as the construction of the
highway system, the elimination of unemployment,
the low crime rate and the encouragement of the family."
Forsa said 25 percent responded "yes" - but 70
percent said "no."
Just as our present administration commits genocide
in Iraq (one million dead Iraqis)
you have taken the viewpoint that it's better
to ignore genocide than to infuriate a country
that allows our criminal administration to continue
its own version of genocide.
I hope you would reconcider your response.
If we want the genocide in Iraq to stop, we have to get rid of Bush.
The alternative is allow Bush/Rudy to win - then complain about the
genocide in Iran, too.
"It shows we're running a very efficient and
effective campaign and are very mindful of the donations
that we receive," -- Maria Comella, a
Giuliani spokeswhores, Link
asked to comment on this:
"Giuliani travels in style. He spent $2,010
at the Greenbrier in West Virginia, $4,034 at La Costa Resort in Carlsbad,
Calif., and $5,370 at the Fairmont in San Francisco. He also spent more than
$565,000 reimbursing corporate supporters for private jet travel and
an additional $800,000 on charter jet travel."
Imagine what he could do with our unlimited
Bart, it's a truly frightening scenario that scares
the hell out of me.
The ReThug Presidential candidate of your choice
wins the Republican nomination.
That person chooses Jeb Bush as his V.P. running
Then, the president "mysteriously" dies sometime
in the first year.
Jeb becomes President
Excerpt: I have a real problem with candidates who are
abusing God for political purposes. I am an Atheist
but even as an Atheist I can see that if I were
a believer, using God for political advantage is disrespectful
of the deity they claim to believe in. I would
think if I were running for office and believed in God
I would be a lot more respectful. I sure wouldn't
be using his name to try to sucker people.
John McCain, for example is claiming that he prays
every night the United States doesn't go to war
with Iran while looking for a way to start a
war every chance he gets. Barak Obama is now playing
the God card hoping to find religious Democrats
who will buy his story. Mike Huckabee told the
National Rifle Association that he believed that
there will be duck hunting in Heaven.
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