"The gloves are off and if there's going to be a war. But it will be a war with a purpose? I'm not in the mood to play with those who are trying to kill our children." --
Rev. Donnie McClurkin, about homosexuals,Link
"The policies of Iran constitute perhaps the
single greatest challenge for American security interests
in the Middle East."
-- Condi, lying under oath, a day before announcing unilateral sanctions
against Iran, Link
"Unilateral sanctions rarely ever work. I just
don't think the unilateral approach and giving war speeches helps the situation.
It will just drive the Iranians closer together. It also escalates the danger
of a military confrontation."
-- Chuck Hagel, R-Neb., on Iran, Link
"Why worsen the situation and bring it to a
dead end by threatening sanctions or military action?"
-- Vladimir Putin, inviting trouble because high oil prices makes him more
When you have Putin and Bush getting richer from high oil prices,
expect oil prices to continue to rise.
Excerpt: Potential prosecution of Blackwater guards allegedly
involved in the shooting deaths of 17 Iraqi civilians
may have been compromised because the guards
received immunity for statements they made to State
Department officials investigating the incident,
federal law enforcement officials said yesterday.
FBI agents called in to take over the State Department's
investigation two weeks after the Sept. 16 shootings
cannot use any information gleaned during questioning
of the guards by the department's Bureau of Diplomatic
Security, which is charged with supervising security
Some of the Blackwater guards have subsequently
refused to be interviewed by the FBI, citing promises
of immunity from State, one law enforcement official
said. The restrictions on the FBI's use of their initial
statements do not preclude prosecution by the
Justice Department using other evidence, the official said,
but "they make things a lot more complicated
Excerpt: Democrats criticized the Bush bastards Tuesday
for giving immunity to Blackwater USA bodyguards,
calling the move a failure to hold the security
contractors responsible for the shooting deaths of 17 Iraqi civilians.
The State Department, whose investigators initially
promised to shield the bodyguards' statements in the
criminal inquiry of the Sept. 16 shootings, maintained
that any lawbreakers "must be held to account"
as a result of the inquiry that has since been
taken over by the Justice Department and FBI.
Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy, (D-Rubberstamp)
called the immunity deal an example
of "the amnesty administration" and threatened
to write "a hot letter," to scare Bush.
The offer for limited immunity, first reported
Monday by The Whore AP, has delayed the government's
criminal inquiry of the shootings that enraged
the Iraqi government, and threatens to derail prosecution
as investigators seek other evidence from the
crime scene now six weeks cold.
"Under Bush, accountability goes by the boards,"
said Leahy. "That goes equally for misconduct and for
incompetence. If you get caught, they give you
immunity. If you get convicted, they commute your sentence."
Excerpt: Six years after Bush embraced torture for suspects,
and two years after it reportedly dropped
the most extreme of those techniques, the taint
of torture clings to American counterterrorism efforts.
The administration has a standard answer to queries
about its interrogation practices: 1) We do not torture,
and 2) we will not say what we do, for fear of
tipping off future prisoners. In effect, officials want Al Qaeda
to believe that the United States does torture,
while convincing the rest of the world that it does not.
Bush does not acknowledge scaling back torture,
perhaps to avoid implying that earlier methods were immoral
or illegal. Bush has repeatedly defended
his record of torture, saying torture has produced invaluable information
on Al Qaeda. But the administration's strategy
has exacted an extraordinary political cost.
Can you imagine the sigh of relief from the rest of the world when we
get our new president?
C. Davie asked, "While we are asking WHY some
Senator did not procedurally 'block' the 2002 Iran war authorization resolution,
why not tell us why Hillary did not do so?" and you replied,
"Because she's going to be president and they'd
scream "soft on terror" if she voted against it. No other Democrat can say that."
Are you saying that it's perfectly OK for Hillary,
because "she's going to be president" to sacrifice
principle for political advantage?
If you're saying that, then you're essentially
agreeing with those who've been saying all along that Hillary
is just another calculating, amoral politician
like Bush -- smarter, but conceivably more dangerous.
It's important to America and the world that we get rid of our crazies
so I don't mind if she voted in such a way so as not to be labeled
"soft on terrorism."
I've never heard anyone I respect say Hillary was "just like" Bush.
And as far as dangerous, you would risk Giuliani's finger on
Excerpt: We've seen the construction of an extravagant
new fortress into which a thousand American officials
and their many camp followers are fleeing. The
compound, which will be completed by late fall, is the
largest and most expensive embassy in the world,
a walled expanse the size of Vatican City, containing
21 reinforced buildings on a 104-acre site along
the Tigris River, enclosed within an extension of the
Green Zone which stretches toward the airport
road. The new embassy cost $600 million to build,
and is expected to cost another $1.2 billion
a year to run - a high price even by the profligate standards
of the war in Iraq. The design is the work of
an architectural firm in Kansas City named Berger Devine
Yaeger, which angered the State Department last
May by posting its plans and drawings on the Internet.
Excerpts: The Pentagon has asked Congress for $1.4 billion
in emergency spending to combat a growing threat
of sniper attacks in Iraq based on an overstated
assessment of the extent of the attacks, its own records show.
In last week's spending request, the Pentagon
said sniper attacks have quadrupled in the past year and,
if unchecked, the attacks could eclipse roadside
bombs as the top killer of U.S. troops. However, the rate of
sniper attacks has dropped slightly in 2007 and
fallen dramatically in the past four months, according to
military records given to USA Whore TODAY.
Pentagon officials acknowledged the mistake Monday
after they were caught.
"The term quadrupled will be removed from the
justification because it is simply incorrect," said Dave Patterson,
deputy undersecretary of Defense.
In 2006, there were 386 sniper attacks on coalition
Through Oct. 26 of this year, there were 269
sniper attacks, the figures show.
So Bush & Cheney are stealing hundreds of
millions each day in oil.
Halliburton charges $30 for cheeseburgers with
worms and gangrene.
Bechtel is constructing buildings out of human
Blackwater gets immunity for shooting anything
If a person hates Ron Paul, they must hate freedom,
they must hate the constitution!
They must love high taxes and inflation.
They must love undeclared wars with no goal for
They must love the IRS and the big government
They must hate free speech and free press.
"The theory is, the worse things can be made
to appear the more unrest and upset that there will be amongst the people out there
and they will want 'a change.' The thing the Democrats and the media are overlooking is,
we're automatically going to get a change! George W. Bush can't run. His name's
not going to be on the ballot."
-- Rush Limbaugh, fighting the syphilitic fever, just figured out Bush
can't run next year Link
Excerpt: She may be the most disciplined politician I
have ever seen. She's a machine, always
on message, relentlessly perfect on everything
-- appearance, message, and policy.
She won't make a mistake. She will not implode.
She's too good to make the obvious mistake,
and even if she erred (she's human), her campaign
wouldn't waste any time setting things straight.
The polls don't lie -- the more people see of
Hillary, the more they like her.
What I'm seeing is lots of people take a look
at HIllary, then say, "Why was it that I hated her again?"
The right-wing press told everyone for so long
that they hated Clinton, that people simply assumed they did.
When they see her, they're no longer so sure.
Seeing the sheer effectiveness of her campaign
machine -- it truly is a well-oiled machine
-- I feel pretty confident that she'd win the
White House and win it BIG.
"'This is the world we live in. It's not this
happy, romantic-like world where we'll negotiate with this one, or we'll negotiate with that one and
there will be no preconditions, and we'll invite Ahmahandjob to the White House, we'll invite bin Laden
to the White House. Hillary and Obama are debating whether to invite them to the inauguration or
the inaugural ball..." -- Rudy the cross-dresser, sounding
like he caught syphilis from Rush Limbaugh, Link
If I ran the DNC, I would make this prick pay for that
Half my country (17 million residents) including
its most heavily populated cities, is below sea level.
The difference between Bush and my government
is that my government spends the money to maintain the dikes.
Bush pulled 40 percent of already assigned funding
for New Orleans levees in order to give that big tax cut.
Also in cases where dikes break, my government
is known to respond immediately with help,
and so was the American government before Bush
took it over.
I have to disagree about Clinton's chances and
the kind of President she would be.
She is smart, all right, and tough. But I want
a Democrat in the White House in 2009.
ha ha Ralph, is that you again?
I am wondering if all the buzz the right wing
candidates are giving her,
the pretended fear, isn't just a masking a preference.
Trust me, they know they're going to lose.
That's why so many of them are retiring now.
She is getting huge dollars from all the big money
sources that corrupted the Republican party.
Big insurance and big drugs and big pretty much
everything else. The fact that corporations feel safe,
causes me to distrust her.
You'd rather have a candidate that has trouble
raising money? Not me.
BIG money knows a winner when it sees one - that's
what is attracting the cash.
It is unfortunate that lobbyist money and its
privately controlled partners plays a nearly exclusive role
in determining the chances that a candidate has
in national elections. When there is a free forum, such
as a cable televised debate, the same media corporations
that also sell advertising control the debate.
They control the questions, to whom they are
directed, and the time to answer. They determine how
much time each candidate has to speak, and whether
they will be given an opportunity to answer a
follow up question.
Actually, you're wrong about that.
The candidates get to determine the rules of
If they don't like the rules they can skip the
I think Bill Clinton wasn't bad, but he wasn't
a God either. You want to see Swift Boating,
Hillary will be buried in so many lies and half
truths that have been accumulated that she
will have to fight pretty hard to overcome them.
Nah, she'll nip that crap in the bud.
Were you around in '92 and '96 when they wrote
Maybe she can. I would rather not take the chance
if there is any chance in Hell that Rudy could win.
"There's never been a better time. Both mainstream
parties are looking likely to nominate deeply flawed candidates. If the race comes
down to Hillary and Giuliani, the Green Party could nominate Big Bird and win 28% of the
vote. And a third party is definitely needed, since the Democrats have become captives of
the money wing of their party."
-- Matt Taibbi, asked if this a good time for a third party,Link
Looks like Matt wouldn't mind another four
years of Bush-type insanity.
Excerpt: Remember the strange
circumstances surrounding the Gulfstream II jet filled with
3.7 tons of cocaine that crashed in the Yucatan
last month? There's more.
According to Mad Cow Morning News, the plane was
once owned by ultra-rich Bush supporter
Stephen Adams. (In July, the Federal Election
Commission filed suit against Adams on charges that
he "failed to report and include proper disclaimers
on $1,000,000 in billboard ads during the 2004 race.")
often, Arianna will be there. Maybe I can convince her to debate :)
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I'd hate to read CNN.com at lunch because you
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Keep up the good work.
It's people like you and Mike Malloy who keep
me from absolutely blowing a fuse.
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