"When you ...see birds covered in oil, and
you talk to fishermen who are on the verge of tears, it gets you frustrated. But it
has not reduced my confidence that our trajectory is right."
-- Obama, apparently still a fan of off-shore drilling, Link
That seems suicidal, for the Gulf and for Obama's political career.
Jesus, he's needs advisors who aren't 100% politically tone-deaf,
but if he's STILL a fan of off-shore drilling, I withdraw my
offer to help.
This is not a photgraph. It's art drawn with a pencil by Paul
"On no issue has the evidence of my foresight
and keen political instincts been more compelling than that of the environment. Come,
let us count the ways: The Earth’s ecosystem is not fragile, and humans are not capable of
destroying it." -- Rush Limbaugh, "on the issues"
No matter how big he lies, he's never held accountable.
Of course, I blame the surrender-monkey Democrats and the whore
"Big-government regulation is not the
best way to protect the environment." -- Rush Limbaugh, "on the issues"
He's right - we should leave it to BIG OIL to police themselves
because we know they would
always put OUR interests before making excessive
profits year after year after year.
> "I believe Rand Paul would be laughed out
of any election in a non-slave state."
Gee, that's funny, I didn't know there still were
I've been under the impression that slavery ended
150 years ago.
Yes, and the right is very, very angry about that.
What do you think the GOP's "Southern strategy"
What do you think the GOP always wins the slave
What do you think Reagan kicked off his 1980
campaign in Philadelphia,
Are you new to politics?
Old Rand must really be a threat to you lefty-types
they way you're pissing all over yourselves about him.
Scott in Arizonastan
I doubt Rand can even win, but if he does, it'll be because
the slave states want to send the rest of us a message.
I believe government has a responsibility to educate
the public and enforce public safety measures.
But as long as smoking cigarettes is legal, I
don’t think government should outlaw smoking
where an immediate hazard (near propane tanks,
for instance) isn’t present.
I disagree, but that doesn't make you crazy.
Do the feds have a right to regulate the amount of radon in new homes?
Do the feds have a right to regulate asbestos in schools?
Do the feds have a right to regulate lead paint in toys?
Do the feds have a right to regulate meat and poultry, or the mercury
levels in fish?
Do the feds have a right to regulate lifeboats on big ships?
Do the feds have a right to regulate helmet laws for motorcyclists?
Do the feds have a right to regulate building codes
or do we want the "freedom" that Haitian home builders have?
Cigarettes kill 400,000 people a year - where do you draw the line?
Our biggest problem is we can't have an honest debate on where to draw
the line because
Republicans make their living screaming "bigger
"Boot on our necks" at anyone who suggests a blowout preventer might be a good thing to
install on BP's oil rigs.
Only the Democrats could lose this debate while the Gulf turns
black and gooey.
"I voted for our president, and I'm proud of
that, and I think he's a great man. But, somewhere along the line, he's
lost it. He should be here right now. They should move the White House here."
(Presumedly to New Orleans) -- actor Edward James Olmos, Link
They can't move the White House there because the next hurricane
is going to flood poor New Orleans with millions of gallons
It's going to make Katrina look like a mild summer rain.
If you feel that drugs
or alcohol are a problem for you, Drug
Rehab is a solution to get your life back on track.
"Howard Kurtz seeks out comments from Zionists
& right-wing detractors of Helen Thomas, but finds only one Friend of Helen.
Since the Thomas flap has been waving in the breeze for days, it's not as if Kurtz had no time to
do his job right. He's just an embarrassment to journalism & common decency, a prick who kicks an
old lady when she's down. Fuck you, Howard Kurtz." -- The Constant Weader,
Bart, I think we should check the ad rates in
USA Today, and then raise the money to take out an ad, saying,
"Would You Trust This Man With Your Children?",
showing a picture of the Vulgar Pigboy, and explaining his
little debacle with the Viagra in the Dominican
The ad should also explain how he related, on
his radio show in October 2007,
his threat to a reporter to find out where the
reporter's children go to school.
Then, at the bottom of the ad, use these words
"If you value your children's future, don't
entrust it to a sleaze such as this."
Sign the ad "Bartcop.com", and that should be
it. I do believe that ad will generate a rash of responses
for your site, and will also have some calling
for an investigation of the Vulgar Pigboy, specifically in matters
where children may be involved.
Keep Swinging the Biggest Hammer in All of the
Known Universe, Bart!
"I don't see why the front row should belong
just to reporters. Their total submission to the news cycle and making news renders much of their
questioning a big old kabuki show. Why not allow bloggers in the front row? We'd sure make the awful,
smug, useless Gibbs less comfortable." -- Andrew Sullivan, who I like a lot
more since he stopped screaming "rapist" at Bill Clinton
If you're not ready to hand YOUR land over to
the Native Americans,
why should Jews turn over their land in Israel?
If I was surrounded by 20 million Native Americans
who wanted me dead,
and I had a chance to live in peace in Arizona
and watch my kids grow up,
I would move there even if I had to give up my
precious sacred sand.
"All eyes will be on California as Fiorina
is expected to clinch the GOP Senate nomination. In an effort to appeal to the fringe
of her party, Fiorina has fully embraced the far right, touting her endorsements by Sarah Palin,
Rick Santorum (R-Man-on-Dog Sex) and Jim Inhofe. Meanwhile, Sen. Boxer is tirelessly
traveling California, connecting with voters statewide and focusing on job creation and the
economy." -- e-mail from the Democrats
No telling how you nutty Cali people are going to vote.
You voted in a Terminator from the future to be your governor,
for Christ's sake.
Perkel was right about the fact that no religion
should have a “homeland”,
but he was wrong when he stated that it doesn’t
happen in the US. I am from Utah.
But Perkel hit the nail on the head… No religion
should have their own homeland, but unfortunately,
they all want one and many of them probably want
the same parcel of land to be their homeland.
Since each of the hundreds or thousands of religions
believe they are the one true religion, they will
shed the blood of those who don’t agree or those
who try to lay claim to their “Holy Land”.
Ahh, the wonderment of the true malevolent nature
and inherent danger that comes along with
organized religion and their crusades of spiritual/ethnic
Adam “The heritical heathen” from Utah.
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