"I think that there’s a lot that remains to
look at, and I appreciate that Obama doesn’t want to make it his purpose as a new president, with America
in real distress in many directions, to go back and look at all this, but I think we in Congress have an
independent responsibility, and I fully intend to discharge that responsibility." -- Sen Sheldon
Whitehouse (D-RI) saying he's ready to investigate Bush's crimes
Fine - stop talking about it and start doing it.
Put the bastards under oath and ask them everything.
If they refuse to talk, jail the bastards for comtempt.
If they're caught lying, sentence them for perjury
Excerpt: The new NRA lapdog, Sen. John Cornyn, R-Tex.,
said today the landscape will be different for 2010's
Senate races as compared to last November's elections
because "George Bush will not be in office."
His point was that many of the ads run against
Fascist dogs in 2008 “involved references to George Bush
... taking advantage of his low poll numbers
and trying to tie that candidate to the president."
Cornyn also pointed out that Obama won’t be on
the ballot in 2010,
which he thinks “presents an opportunity” for
Hey, Cornhole, your mesage is hate and fear - that's why you
lost four of the last five popular votes.
(If Kerry wasn't such a yellow quitter, it would've been 5 out of five)
As long as you keep offering the voters nothing but hate and fear,
expect to keep losing.
"Once an investigation begins and all the whistle
blowers come out of the woodwork, there’s going to such a damning case
against everyone in the Bush Crime Family that Congress/Obama will not be able
to NOT prosecute them." --
Hey Bart, this graphic from last issue got me
Bush's crew was upset about the "trashing of
the White House.
(Never Happened, but don't let facts interrupt
our inept media)"
But we're not supposed to notice how he has trashed
freaking country and economy? I'm just
Yes, because the whores run the media and the Democrats refuse
to fight back, history will record that Clinton was all about the scandals but Bush
the War Hero saved us
from the al Qaeda threat that Bill let happen because he was too busy
Excerpt: As we ponder Bush's final week as president,
what was his most fateful day in office? One is that day in August of 2001
when he got word in a national security intelligence
briefing that terrorist Osama Bin Laden was planning a major attack.
Thirty six days later the warning came true.
A censored copy of the intelligence memo that
Bush saw on Aug. 6 at his Texas ranch was released by the White House
three years later. It was entitled, "Bin Laden
Determined to Strike in US," and provided many details about his activities,
including that members of his organization, Al-Qa'ida,
"have resided in or traveled to the US for years, and the group
apparently maintains a support structure that
could aid attacks." At least 70 FBI investigations were underway to find
the memo reported to the president.
There was even a reference to Bin Laden's desire
to hijack U.S. aircraft,although
the memo did not specifically mention the morning of September
11th or the World Trade centers by name.
Bart, I'm sick of these dickholes saying "Bush
Kept us safe" and "there's been no terrorist attack since 9/11".
Are people THAT friggin stupid? WHY in the heck
would they bother coming HERE
when they can kill Americans at will in their
If I were back in the Infantry I sure as hell
wouldn't feel "safe".
Sparky, I get that - and you're right - but I think you're missing the
If you're a religiously-insane handjob who's into terror, would
you rather drive a truck
into a sheriff's office in Mozul? Or Radio City Music Hall or
an American school full of kids?
Killing a soldier is awful, but it doesn't terrorize America.
If they blew up a Macy's on Monday, then Mall of America on Tuesday,
then the biggest mall in LA on Wednesday, nobody's going
shopping on Thursday.
Three virgin-seekers could've make Christmas a WHOLE lot worse but they
to let us have a peaceful Christmas which makes me think a deal was
made with Osama.
Excerpt: "I don't want to beat a dead horse," said Vitter,
then he went on to beat that dead horse. Seemingly more than
to channel The Wall Street Journal. I kept thinking
that Dick Morris must be under the table handing Vitter his line of attack.
Vitter was relegated to the wingnut version representing
the Coulter, Hannity, Malkin wing of the Republican Party.
Everyone is in agreement that WJC's work, including
The Clinton Global Initiative, needs transparency going forward,
which Obama and Hillary acknowledged as well,
working out an agreement over days and days. But with Vitter's sour blue
charts and Karl Rove tone, he ran head long into
Kerry and Hillary, who remained open and respectful to all, while Kerry
reminded Vitter of the facts.
Vitter still didn't get it, feeling the need to
further channel Sean Hannity, also interrupting Clinton, then squealing
answer to his question should not come out of
his time. Kerry quickly slapped him. He then later had to point out to
that answers had been offered, but those that
weren't would be forthcoming.
"I am finding it fairly hard to play the role
of cynical journalist these days. It may well be a transitory phenomenon--but
it's kinda fun to be hoping for the best rather than fearing the worst,
for a change. -- Joe Klein,
I was the middle-aged white guy with the goatee
that you demanded I hand over my wallet shortly after you
pulled the knife on me and my wife. You also
asked for my wife's purse and earrings. I hope you somehow
come across this message. I'd like to apologize.
I didn't expect you to crap your pants when I
drew my pistol after you took my jacket. Truth is, I was wearing
the jacket for a reason that evening, and it
wasn't that cold outside once the cold snap broke. You see, my wife
had just bought me that Kimber 1911 .45 ACP pistol
for Christmas, and we had just picked up a holster for it
that evening. Beautiful pistol, eh? It's a very
intimidating weapon when pointed at your head, isn't it?
You see, the last time the Anchorage Police Department
was called after one of you guys pulled a knife on me,
they said there was nothing they could do. Even
after I showed them the nearby bank security camera.
I got smart. Thank goodness you didn't.
It probably wasn't a great deal of fun walking
home with that brown sludge flopping about in your pants.
I'm sure it was even worse since you also ended
up leaving your shoes, cellphone, and wallet with me.
I couldn't have you calling up any of your buddies
to come help you try to mug us again. I took the liberty
of calling "Momma" as you had her listed in your
cell, and explaining to her your situation. Your wallet is in
the mail to her apartment. I gave your shoes
to one of the homeless guys behind Rum Runners.
I'd also like to apologize for not killing you
and instead making you walk back home humiliated.
I'm hoping that you'll reconsider your choice
of path in life. Next time you might not be so lucky.
Kevin sent a message to the members of It's
Time for Norm Coleman to Step Down.
Subject: Coleman suggests lengthy delay to
representation for Minnesota
In published news stories today, our ex-Senator
and his team suggested a multi-phase trial
to settle his disputes with the Election Canveassing
Board's Recount Results. In other words,
"if I can't play Senator, nobody gets to play!!"
It's time for Norm to go, as he said he would.
Dragging this out until April or May or beyond
cannot be considered to be in the interests of
Minnesota, or the country. How pathetic, Norm!
Many of you have done so already, but please invite
as many others to join as you can think of....
We need to speak up to put an end to this stupidity.
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Subject: Detroit &
Bro Bart, I don’t think the little solar toys
your pals in Japan are working on will do a very good job
of towing the campers or boats that are made
in lightly populated states like Oklahoma & Arkansas .
Hmmm, if you guys sold a truck that runs on sarcasm
I'll bet Detroit would be solvent again in no
This morning I heard NC Senator Richard Burr (R-Denial)
telling the host that *if* he had been up for reelection,
he would not have lost - because he would have
campaigned differently than other Republicans campaign this year.
He said that the Republican party's problems were
caused by a failure to market effectively. He claimed that they failed
to reach the younger voters and the independents
because they failed to inform them what the Republican party stood for
- and that, in order to regain power, they would
have to do a better job of marketing.
At some point he listed what the Republicans stood
for - fiscal responsibility, and strong national defense.
I would have asked him how he planned on marketing
a product that they didn't have. They had control of all three branches
of the government for 6 years and they never
secured our southern border... they weakened our military by stretching
too thin in order to fight an unnecessary war...
they turned a surplus into a trillion dollar deficit... they "lost" trillions
of dollars... etc. etc.
Of course the host didn't ask him WTF he was talking
about when he said, "fiscal responsibility, and strong national defense"
That "fiscal responsibility" and "strong national
defense" has always been a bunch of crappola.
Truth is, they're racists who don't think the
poor and Blacks need any help. They don't want to
pay for things like Social Security and women's
shelters and safety and training programs.
If you're rich, you already have a future so
they see social programs as a waste.
As far as a strong national defense, we spend
more than the next 6 countries combined
and what good did all those trillions of dollars
do us on 9-11?
I'm for a strong national defense, too, but you
don't need 1,000 invisible B2 bombers
if you're fighting people with slingshots, knives
Excerpt: Watching President Putsch prance around trying
to put lipstick on his failed presidency (an action akin
to bronzing a turd) is both funny and sad.
It’s bad enough that despite everything that has happened
over the past eight years, one in four Americans
still think he was a good President.
“Bob” once said that “If you consider how dumb
a person with an IQ of 100 is, then ponder that by
definition half the population is dumber than
THAT!” Figure you can spot the dumbest 25% by the
Bush stickers on their cars.
Excerpt: "Bush is going home to Texas, a friendlier place
he dearly loves and can call his own. See, ever since Texans kicked
Jack Brooks, Carl Parker, Ralph Yarborough, Ann
Richards, and many more native Texans, Texas has gone to the dogs.
Since the days of Governors Alan Shivers, Bill
Clements, George W. Bush, Rick Perry, and other indecent political morphs,
Texas done got God and fetus power, by cracky.
And shoot, religion’s been tee-totally good for big oil and awl bidness
in Texas, too.
None of these God-fearin', whiskey-bottle-hidin’,
Texicans never got the red ass atall when Bush went AWOL as the VN War
Might near all my cousins and neighbors think
it's plumb rude to trash a fellow Texan, no matter how much fruit and nuts
he's got on his cake.
Look. Truth don't matter here, just ask Kay Bailey,
Tom DeLay, or John Corn Dog. Us Texans know how to keep a family
like Bush getting picked up in Kinnebunkport,
Maine for DUI. You just wipe the slate clean, just like nobody could
test Cheney to see
if he was drunk when he shot that lawyer in the
face in South Texas. What’s done and said in Texas stays in Texas,
in Maine when you got Texans like the Bush’s
payin’ taxes up there, get it?
The media whores should be slapped again for pretending Bush was a "rancher."
The whore media lied their asses off to get the drunken cowboy into
I remember that great line from Media Whores Online:
"We set out to bring the media to their knees only to find out they were already there."
Excerpt: As Bush prepares to leave office amid a media
chorus of reproach and derision, there is at least one comparison
with his predecessor that speaks greatly in his
favor. Bush murdered the most ruthless dictator of his day, Saddam Hussein,
thereby offering Iraqi citizens the possibility
of self-rule. Bill Clinton's analogous achievement in the Middle East was
to help install Yasser Arafat, the greatest terrorist
of his day, as head of a proto-Palestinian state.
Which of our last two presidents made the world
I know, let's let the world vote on which president made the world safer.
If you bet at least $1,000, I'll spot you four billion votes.
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