Thursday, March 30, 2006

baghdad is calm and secure...

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Attacked by a bunch of liberals and femi-nazis.

guess who is a fucking moran in this story? rush the dumbass again trying to speak for the redneck skinhead population. sick fuck don't start in on these hottie wimin golfers you hillbilly heroin junkie asswipe. we out here love to see hot bitches bending over picking a ball out of a cup on a lazy sunday afternoon, market this hot sexy babe all you can IMG.
not afraid of sexy wimin rosco


McNabb Redux: Limbaugh Trashes Golf Prodigy Michelle Wie

Radio host Rush Limbaugh has turned his guns on 16-year-old golf prodigy Michelle Wie. In a recent interview with

[Wie is] a triumph of marketing. … Do you think these PGA Tour guys really think she deserves to be a tournament with them? The political-correctness situation will just not allow them to say it. … [Golf champion Vijay Singh, who was criticized for saying of another female player, “If I’m drawn with her, which I won’t be, I won’t play“] learned like many people in our unfortunate society where political correctness is prized most. Vijay was honest and look what it got him. Attacked by a bunch of liberals and femi-nazis.

I think what it raises is fundamental questions about competence.

Phillpe Sands explains the new "Memo for War"

from crooks and liars


Matthews: ...Here's what Cohen received, a call from the vice president, Cheney. Here's what he said. He said that he wanted to see one thing. He did not want to see a tour of the world or all the potential threats to our country, he wanted to get a briefing for the new president, his partner, George W. Bush, on one topic, Iraq. That's all he wanted."

I talked to Bill Cohen a number of times on this, and he said it was breath taking. All the vice president wanted to know about, he didn't care about the world all around the globe, the only thing he cared about was Iraq. He was already honing in on that decision in December of 2000. What does that tell you?

SANDS: Well, I think it tells us that all of this is completely consistent with the materials that emerged, the Downing Street Memo of July 2002, and now this White House meeting memo of January 2003, that an early decision was taken, and I think what it raises is fundamental questions about competence.

Monday, March 27, 2006


In October, Tumpey and a team led by Dr. Jeffery Taubenberger of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology announced they had achieved a remarkable feat. Not only did they discover the virus' entire genetic code, they brought it back to life in a tightly controlled laboratory at CDC offices in Atlanta.

The virus that had swept the globe, infecting more than one-fourth of the world's population, existed on earth once again.

is somebody looking to unleash a new virii to ease the burden on the planet for the elites to maintain?(i'll work on that sentence)

So many people died, including 675,000 Americans, that it lowered the average life expectancy in the United States by more than 10 years.

Bush Slump

its funny and has a beat i give it a 76
via crooks and liars

Bush slump. He's stumped.

Sunday, March 26, 2006

“When a stupid man is doing something he is ashamed of, he always declares that it is his duty.” ~ George Bernard

our leaders

dis·in·gen·u·ous (dĭs'ĭn-jĕn'yū-əs)
Not straightforward or candid; insincere or calculating: “an ambitious, disingenuous, philistine, and hypocritical operator, who … exemplified … the most disagreeable traits of his time” (David Cannadine).
Pretending to be unaware or unsophisticated; faux-naïf.
Usage Problem. Unaware or uninformed; naive.


Not being what one purports to be: ambidextrous, insincere, left-handed, mala fide. See honest/dishonest.
Marked by treachery or deceit: devious, duplicitous, guileful, indirect, lubricious, shifty, sneaky, underhand, underhanded. See honest/dishonest.

Saturday, March 25, 2006

Spirited crowds representing labor, religious groups, civil-rights advocates and ordinary immigrants stretched over 26 blocks of downtown Los Angeles

Joining what some are calling the nation's largest mobilization of immigrants ever, hundreds of thousands of people boisterously marched in downtown Los Angeles Saturday to protest federal legislation that would crack down on undocumented immigrants, penalize those who help them and build a security wall on the U.S. southern border. Spirited crowds representing labor, religious groups, civil-rights advocates and ordinary immigrants stretched over 26 blocks of downtown Los Angeles from Adams Blvd. along Spring Street and Broadway to City Hall, tooting kazoos, waving American flags and chanting "Si se puede!" (Yes we can!). The crowd, estimated by police at more than 500.000, represented one of the largest protest marches in Los Angeles history, surpassing Vietnam War demonstrations and the 70,000 who rallied downtown against Proposition 187, a 1994 state initiative that denied public benefits to undocumented migrants.


"Israel's struggle is our struggle."

Israel and the United States have a unique friendship based on our mutual commitment to democracy, freedom and peace.

And as the new House majority leader, I can assure you that under my leadership, legislation that is in any way perceived as anti-Israel will not be considered in the House of Representatives.


Thank you very much.

I think it's important for all of you to understand what this commitment means.

BOEHNER: As Israel's friend, the United States recognizes the delicate nature of Israel's security situation and its state of political affairs. It is with this firm recognition that we offer a durable and unyielding alliance between our two great nations.
and your sons and daughter will continue to die in defense of isreali interests

Terminator Seed Rejected In UN Meeting In Brazil!

Just an hour ago here in Brazil, the Chair of the UN meeting announced that governments have agreed to reject language that would have undermined the moratorium on Terminator.

Groups, communities and individuals across the world have joined together in this fight to ban Terminator and your action has been effective in this important first step.

The Ban Terminator Campaign will continued to monitor the meetings today and next week.

Terminator rejection - a victory for the people

A broad coalition of peasant farmers, indigenous peoples and civil society today celebrate the firm rejection of efforts to undermine the global moratorium on Terminator technologies - genetically engineered sterile seeds - at the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) in Curitiba, Brazil
fuck monsanto

Friday, March 24, 2006

Bush shuns Patriot Act requirement In addendum to law, he says oversight rules are not binding

WASHINGTON -- When President Bush signed the reauthorization of the USA Patriot Act this month, he included an addendum saying that he did not feel obliged to obey requirements that he inform Congress about how the FBI was using the act's expanded police powers.


Bush wrote: ''The executive branch shall construe the provisions . . . that call for furnishing information to entities outside the executive branch . . . in a manner consistent with the president's constitutional authority to supervise the unitary executive branch and to withhold information . . . "

The statement represented the latest in a string of high-profile instances in which Bush has cited his constitutional authority to bypass a law.
what constitution?nobody was lookin so they shred it and say fo to you, try stopping them

Apocalyptic president

Even some Republicans are now horrified by the influence Bush has given to the evangelical right

Sidney Blumenthal
Thursday March 23, 2006
The Guardian

But it is certainly not the first time Bush has heard of the apocalyptic preoccupation of much of the religious right, having served as evangelical liaison on his father's 1988 presidential campaign. The Rev Jerry Falwell told Newsweek how he brought Tim LaHaye, then an influential rightwing leader, to meet him; LaHaye's Left Behind novels, dramatising the rapture, Armageddon and the second coming, have sold tens of millions
i swear these mofo's are fookun crazy

What does it mean to be a Christian in Afghanistan?

BLITZER: This is pretty outrageous, if someone wants to convert from one religion to another religion that's a death sentence in Afghanistan under the sharia, under Islamic law? Is that why U.S. troops went to liberate Afghanistan from the Taliban?


Thursday, March 23, 2006

see you on the morrow.....

a telemarketer hired by the state GOP jammed the telephones of five state Democratic and one firefighters union get-out-the-vote phone banks.


In the days before and after the state Republican Party’s 2002 Election Day phone-jamming scheme, the man who now chairs the Republican National Committee was the White House director of political affairs.

And a Democratic-affiliated advocacy group says that court records show Ken Mehlman’s office received more than 75 telephone calls from now-convicted phone-jam conspirator James Tobin from Sept. 30 to Nov. 22 of that year.

The Senate Majority Project, a brainchild “527” of former Senate Democratic leader Tom Daschle, wonders why Tobin called the White House so often. Tobin at the time worked for the Republican National Committee and the affiliated National Republican Senatorial Committee — and a hot race that year was the New Hampshire Senate contest between Republican John Sununu and Democrat Jeanne Shaheen.

On election morning, a telemarketer hired by the state GOP jammed the telephones of five state Democratic and one firefighters union get-out-the-vote phone banks.

Former state GOP executive director Chuck McGee admitted masterminding the scheme and served seven months in jail last year for it. Tobin was found guilty in December of federal telephone harassment charges for acting as a middle man. An appeal is expected if the trial court in Concord turns down his request for a new trial.

“All we have is the phone number and the fact that calls were made to the White House,” says SMP executive director Mike Gehrke, a former high-level Clinton administration staffer. “But we also know from the court record that a lot of other calls about the scheme were going on. For a period of time, this was the hot topic.

“With that many calls, I believe it’s inconceivable that there wasn’t some knowledge of this at the White House,” Gehrke said. “At the very least, it is evidence that there needs to be a bigger net cast here before the end of this case.”

Meanwhile, John McCain has hired Tobin’s old boss at the RNC, Terry Nelson, as an adviser to his Straight Talk America PAC.

Nelson was identified in the Tom DeLay indictment as the recipient of a $190,000 check in illegal corporate campaign contributions and a list of Republican candidates for the Texas Legislature for whom the money was intended.

In 2002, Nelson was Republican National Committee national political director while Tobin was both RNC New England political director and Northeast political director of the GOP senatorial committee.

Nelson and Tobin then moved to the Bush-Cheney 2004 campaign — Nelson as campaign political director and Tobin as New England chairman.

Dismissing the notion that Nelson had anything to do with phone-jamming, New Hampshire McCain strategist Michael Dennehy said of Nelson, “We’re happy to have him.”
New Hampshire Union Leader

CAVUTO: But what if I told you it is too late, that we’re already probably at war with Iran and most of us don’t even know it.

South Dakota Tribe to Build Planned Parenthood Clinic

The President of the Oglala Sioux Tribe on the Pine Ridge Reservation, Cecilia Fire Thunder, was incensed [that South Dakota Republicans voted to ban abortions, even in cases of rape or incest]. A former nurse and healthcare giver she was very angry that a state body made up mostly of white males, would make such a stupid law against women.

“To me, it is now a question of sovereignty,” she said to me last week. “I will personally establish a Planned Parenthood clinic on my own land which is within the boundaries of the Pine Ridge Reservation where the State of South Dakota has absolutely no jurisdiction.”

Strong words from a very strong lady. I hope Ms. Fire Thunder challenges Gov. Rounds and the state legislators on this law that is an affront to all independent women.Pensito Review

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

what ever and three days

chambers update

This morning while walking around the site before many other people were on site my foot caught a 20'length of 1" copper pipe. And off to the fookun circus I went. The pipe seemed to stick to my boot toe. It wouldn't fall off. I'm falling forward with a pipe stuck to my boot. My gynormous bulk of a person can't be stopped on its eventual downward fall. I fell about 10' from where I first started tripping. Landed on both palms my knee and my fookun elbow hurt for a few tens of minutes while the bruises set in. I landed on several other pipes that have been laying on the corridor floor for days upon days. Of course I should have been picking my feet up instead of shuffling along aimlessly. I quickly regained my sense of direction and looked behind me to see if anyone was watching or there was a funniest home video camera man, as we all know there is nothing funnier than a grown fat man getting hurt as he falls or hit in the balls by a child's baseball bat now is there? I looked about and thank gawd nobody was looking or filming so i wouldn't have to exclaim in haste " i meant to do that"

Sunday, March 19, 2006

Rep. Henry Hyde (R-Illinois), who was then chairman of the House Judiciary Committee:

“There is a visibility factor in the president’s public acts, and those which betray a trust or reveal contempt for the law are hard to sweep under the rug…They reverberate, they ricochet all over the land and provide the worst possible example for our young people.”

Former Representative, now Senator, Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina):

“The president of the United States sets [sic] atop of the legal pyramid. If there’s reasonable doubt about his ability to faithfully execute the laws of the land, our future would be better off if that individual is removed. And let me tell you where it all comes down to me. If you can go back and explain to your children and your constituents how you can be truthful and misleading at the same time, good luck.”

In 1999, Republicans in Congress were outraged over presidential mendacity:

Rep. James Sensenbrenner (R-Pennsylvania), current chairman of the House Judiciary Committee:

“[The] rule of law should apply to everyone, no matter what excuses are made by the president’s defenders… We have done so because of our devotion to the rule of law and our fear that if the president does not suffer the legal and constitutional consequences of his actions, the impact of allowing the president to stand above the law will be felt for generations to come –laws not enforced are open invitations for more serious and more criminal behavior.”

"There are motherfucking snakes on the motherfucking plane."

Snakes on a Plane stars Samuel L. Jackson as an FBI agent who is escorting an eye witness on a flight from Hawaii to Los Angeles when a crimelord sets in motion the release of hundreds of deadly snakes on the commercial airplane in order to eliminate the witness before he can testify against him. The FBI agent must protect his witness while banding together with the pilot, frightened crew and passengers in a desperate attempt to survive.

A federal circuit court held that mere thinking violates the patent.

This Essay Breaks the Law
Published: March 19, 2006

• The Earth revolves around the Sun.

• The speed of light is a constant.

• Apples fall to earth because of gravity.

• Elevated blood sugar is linked to diabetes.

• Elevated uric acid is linked to gout.

• Elevated homocysteine is linked to heart disease.

• Elevated homocysteine is linked to B-12 deficiency, so doctors should test homocysteine levels to see whether the patient needs vitamins.

ACTUALLY, I can't make that last statement. A corporation has patented that fact, and demands a royalty for its use. Anyone who makes the fact public and encourages doctors to test for the condition and treat it can be sued for royalty fees. Any doctor who reads a patient's test results and even thinks of vitamin deficiency infringes the patent. A federal circuit court held that mere thinking violates the patent.
Op-Ed Contributor

Friday, March 17, 2006

there's my remote

Thursday, March 16, 2006

“If you spent a million dollars a day for a million days (2,739 years),” you’d hit $1 trillion,


I just found out I’m deeper in the red than I thought. But at least I’m not alone. Every single American is right there with me, thanks to a Senate vote today to increase the national debt to $9 trillion. We’re all paying the price for Bush’s bad decisions, like tax breaks for the rich, pre-emptively going to war in Iraq and a delayed response to Hurricane Katrina.

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

US Comptroller General David Walker reported that “the federal government’s fiscal exposures now total more than $46 trillion,

The Washington Post landed the first punch with the following report on March 6th. “WASHINGTON -- Treasury Secretary John Snow notified Congress on Monday that the administration has now taken “all prudent and legal actions,” including tapping certain government retirement funds, to keep from hitting the $8.2 trillion national debt limit…Treasury officials, briefing congressional aides last week, said that the government will run out of maneuvering room to keep from exceeding the current limit sometime during the week of March 20.”

The second punch was delivered a couple of days later by this Dow Jones Newswires dispatch: “WASHINGTON (Dow Jones) -- The U.S. government ran a monthly budget deficit of $119.20 billion in February, an all-time monthly record that was still slightly less than forecast, according to a Treasury report Friday. The February federal government deficit was 5% greater than a year earlier, according to the Treasury Department's monthly budget statement.”

These two reports make clear the dire financial straits the federal government is facing, but its financial position is even worse than it appears. The $8.2 trillion debt limit -- that has proven inadequate to meet the federal government’s borrowing needs -- covers only its direct liabilities. In other words, this $8.2 trillion is the total amount of dollars owed to all the holders of US government debt instruments. Excluded from this total debt are all of the federal government’s other liabilities, which total another $38 trillion. In “The 2005 Financial Report of the United States Government”, US Comptroller General David Walker reported that “the federal government’s fiscal exposures now total more than $46 trillion, up from $20 trillion in 2000.”
Yes, it’s insane

some doors get all the hot chicks!

Bush’s combustible combination of stupidity, arrogance and power makes him susceptible to the Machiavellian machinations of evil men

I once saw a bumper sticker that read: “I’ve never made a mistake. I thought I did once, but I was wrong.”

Well I have made a mistake. And today I must apologize to loyal Pravda.Ru readers, and to the thirty percent of Americans still enamored with the Bush dictatorship.

George W. Bush is not evil. He’s just stupid.

On second thought, this stupidity does make him susceptible to the Machiavellian machinations of evil men, like Dick Cheney, Karl Rove, Donald Rumsfeld, Alberto Gonzales and the rest of the plutocratic oligarchs who control America so extensively they can even abandon the facade of consulting with their puppet when developing policies detrimental to the nation and the world, but beneficial to their avariciousness and corruption.

If this reality was ever in doubt, one need only reflect upon the oligarchs’ now infamous attempt to transfer management of several American port terminals to a Middle-Eastern company. According to reports, Bush was not even privy to discussions about this plan until after they had been completed.

Of course this was not the first time the puppet masters ignored their puppet. In the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 attacks, reports also indicated that Bush was basically treated like an annoying child who is instructed to play in the corner while the “grown-ups” engage in conversation.
George W. Bush is not evil. He’s just stupid.

Tuesday, March 14, 2006

you must keep your thermostat on 'high' during the winter

Monday, March 13, 2006

The president has done wrong

from crooks and liars

Russ Feingold's Censure resolution
Russ asks the body to censure Bush over his warrantless wiretapping.

Video-WMP (about 3 min-Lynne-David Edwards)

From Russ's camp: "He is introducing to censure President George W. Bush for authorizing an illegal domestic wiretapping program and then misleading Congress and the public about its existence and legality. Feingold says the resolution is a responsible step for Congress to take in response to the President's undermining of the separation of powers and ignoring the rule of law."

Snow on road = vacation day for some

I left my house around 4 ish this morning. I knew about a day in advance a snow storm was coming a pretty substantial storm at that considering snow has been sparse around here for years. I can start work anytime from when I get there to 7 a.m. I'm lucky that way being the boss I suppose but still who wants to drive in a near blizzard with a bunch of moronic semi literate drivers on a Monday morning? Today our work roster was 52 in total. 15 of those decided that the risk of driving in wasn't worth the reward of a full days pay for actually chatting about the snow and your drive into town or back out. As it seems half the rest of the schmuck did today. Oh sure work got done but still I would preferred a full compliment of moronic half literate rockers to bitch moan and complain at....

Blossoms in red

Sunday, March 12, 2006

Milosevic found dead in Hague cell

Milosevic has suffered high blood pressure and heart problems
Former Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevic has been found dead in his prison cell in The Hague, independent B-92 radio and state TV said Saturday
Milosevic has been on trial for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes since 2002.

The station said it had heard the news from unofficial sources.

A senior European Union diplomat said he believed the report was true and thought the UN war crimes tribunal was preparing a statement.

Milosevic's heart condition and high blood pressure have repeatedly interrupted his trial.

Milosevic was sent to The Hague war crimes court in June 2001, eight months after he was toppled in a popular uprising.

He was widely blamed in the West for the violent break-up of old socialist Yugoslavia in the 1990s.


the House of Representatives voted to make it a crime to reveal not only the names of current CIA agents but of former ones as well.

The Progressive Review 5/17/99


Sam Smith

In a major move almost entirely ignored by the media, the House of
Representatives voted to make it a crime to reveal not only the names of
current CIA agents but of former ones as well. The House also voice voted
mandatory sentencing for those convicted of revealing names.

The effect of the legislation is to provide still more cover for illegal CIA
activity, particularly in this country. It could soon well be against the
law to reveal W.J. Clinton's involvement with the agency going back to
Oxford days, or George Bush's decades-long affiliation with the CIA before
he was named its director. Other past examples of crucial information that
might soon be illegal to reveal: the 400 mainstream journalists who once
worked for the CIA, the Washington Post's Benjamin Bradlee's work for the
agency, the names of CIA operatives involved in drug smuggling in this
country out of such places as Mena AK, and the names of CIA operatives
illegally placed in city police departments in positions as high as chief.

Provisions make reporting on government surveillance illegal

Reporters who write about government surveillance could be prosecuted under proposed legislation that would solidify the administration's eavesdropping authority, according to some legal analysts who are concerned about dramatic changes in U.S. law.

But an aide to the bill's chief author, Sen. Mike DeWine, R-Ohio, said that is not the intention of the legislation.

"It in no way applies to reporters — in any way, shape or form," said Mike Dawson, a senior policy adviser to DeWine, responding to an inquiry Friday afternoon. "If a technical fix is necessary, it will be made."

The Associated Press obtained a copy of the draft of the legislation, which could be introduced as soon as next week.

"He speaks to the audience as if they're idiots. I think the reason he does that is because that's the way these issues were explained to him."

"He loved Big Brother."

The agency also changed the ending of the movie version of "1984," disregarding Orwell's specific instructions that the story not be altered. In the book, the protagonist, Winston Smith, is entirely defeated by the nightmarish totalitarian regime. In the very last line, Orwell writes of Winston, "He loved Big Brother." In the movie, Winston and his lover, Julia, are gunned down after Winston defiantly shouts: "Down with Big Brother!" . . .


Saturday, March 11, 2006

I doubt the official word

Friday, March 10, 2006

too late gore caved in

CLEVELAND (AP) — The third highest ranking employee at the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections has been indicted on charges of mishandling ballots during the 2004 presidential election recount.

Jacqueline Maiden is the third board worker charged with six counts alleging that Ohio laws were not followed in the selection and review of ballots for the recount.
Maiden, now the board's elections coordinator, was the director of the elections division during the recount in December 2004.

Two other board workers, Rosie Grier and Kathleen Dreamer, were indicted in August and scheduled for trial May 8. Dreamer was the manager of the board's ballot department and Grier was an assistant

Thursday, March 09, 2006

Joint Task Force Told Face to Face, Blackout was a Military Test

Oliver J. Midelson

At an under publicized public comment meeting, which was publicly 'announced' by a Department of Energy news release, Michael Kane outlined his report, published at Global Free Press, stating that the August 14th blackout was part and parcel to a multi-faceted military test. The Task Force was very attentive, attempting to take notes as fast as Michael spoke.

His comments can be heard in Windows Media player format (now playing). They were the last comments made to the panel.
here is where i stole it from

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS): Chairman of the Senate Cover-up Committee

As chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Sen. Pat Roberts’s (R-KS) duty is “to provide vigilant legislative oversight over the intelligence activities of the United States” and “to assure that such activities are in conformity with the Constitution and laws of the United States.” But on the most important intelligence issues facing Americans – such as the manipulation of Iraq intelligence, warrantless domestic spying, and torture - Roberts has transformed his committee into a “Senate Coverup Committee” for the Bush administration.
cover up artists continued here

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

The AIPAC espionage scandal refers to allegations that information regarding United States policy towards Iran was passed to Israel...

WASHINGTON - Iran faces “tangible and painful consequences” if it continues its nuclear activities and the United States will use “all tools at our disposal” to stop this threat, a senior U.S. official said Sunday, ahead of a crucial international meeting on Iran.

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton, speaking at a convention of Jewish-Americans, said it is too soon for the U.N. Security Council to impose sanctions on Iran but other countries are talking about doing so and Washington is “beefing up defensive measures to cope with the Iranian nuclear threat.”bolton is with the terrorists

good bye kirby

Sunday, March 05, 2006

Murtha: The ‘Only People Who Want Us in Iraq’ are Iran, al Qaeda, and China

Rep. John Murtha (D-PA) today on CBS’s Face the Nation:

Let me tell you, the only people who want us in Iraq is Iran and al-Qaeda. I’ve talked to a top-level commander the other day, it was about two weeks ago, and he said China wants us there also. Why? Because we’re depleting our resources — our troop resources and our fiscal resources.

Mark Fiore creates animated political cartoons from an undisclosed location somewhere in San Francisco.

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Dubai International is part of Dubai Holding, the third-largest shareholder in DaimlerChrysler.

UAE buys British firm that runs U.S. military facilities

World Tribune | March 4 2006

WASHINGTON — The United Arab Emirates intends to operate U.S. military factories.

The Bush administration has informed Congress of a review of the UAE acquisition of a British manufacturer of engine components for U.S. military aircraft and main battle tanks. The British firm operates nine factories, including military production facilities in Connecticut and Georgia.

Officials said Dubai International Capital has acquired the London-based Doncasters Group for $1.2 billion. Doncasters produces engine components and turbine blades for military platforms, and its clients include Boeing, General Electric, Honeywell and Pratt and Whitney, Middle East Newsline reported.
"It's a standard business deal by a consortium that seeks opportunities," an official said. "But it also fits in well with Dubai's plans to create an aerospace industry."
proposed Israeli takeover of a U.S. contractor for the American intelligence community.
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“We are not killing them faster than they are being created,”

Pentagon’s Deputy Counterterrorism Director: We’re Losing

President Bush continues to claim we are winning the war on terrorism. From a February 9 speech:

Despite the violence and the suffering the terrorists are wreaking, we’re winning the war on terror.

Brig. Gen. Robert L. Caslen, the Pentagon’s deputy director for the war on terrorism, disagrees. From yesterday’s Washington Times:

Thirty new terrorist organizations have emerged since the September 11, 2001, attacks, outpacing U.S. efforts to crush the threat, said Brig. Gen. Robert L. Caslen, the Pentagon’s deputy director for the war on terrorism.

“We are not killing them faster than they are being created,” Caslen told a gathering at the Woodrow Wilson Center yesterday, warning that the war could take decades to resolve.

Apparently Bush only listens to the experts when they tell him what he wants to hear.
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Criticizing Bush = Hating America part 32

brought to you from pensito review

“You know, the reality is, they’ve lost their touch … [Every] week it’s something that just reinforces the message that these guys don’t know what they’re doing. They’re incompetent. I mean, we’re almost to the point, where we’re going to look fondly back on Jimmy Carter’s administration. And I say that with great sadness as a Republican. But it’s week after week after week that they just can’t seem to find their way. Normally a foreign trip gives you something. You go there, but if we’re walking back with mangoes, and they’re getting nuclear rods, that’s not a very good swap.”
Ed Rollins,
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Saturday, March 04, 2006

Shackling our buzz

colbear is the best news "feeler" in history.
oscar has a cold this week and feels poor, no time to be down though must slogger along and infect as many people as i can. just hope it aint "cat scratch fever".
got new boots yesterday. mrs oscar is always looking out for me. new red wings,new red wing socks and a new carhart tee-shirt with extra large belly area for the big man in town.
colbear report 3/2/06 torrent
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Friday, March 03, 2006

Hunger never saw bad bread.

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tori clark you wish we were as ignant as you want us to be

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The future presidential library site

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Wednesday, March 01, 2006

can't get enough super raymi tittie puffs....

.....sung to the super sugar crisps jingle........

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topple the Iranian government. good plan? or more insanity from washington london and where ever else this shit is thought up

New ‘Office of Iranian Affairs’ Outlined in State Department Cable

The Bush administration this month “quietly orchestrated a major shift in U.S. policy toward Iran,” requesting $85 million for a plan “not just to contain Tehran’s nuclear ambitions but also to topple the Iranian government.” An unclassified State Department cable released this morning offers details on this new strategy. ThinkProgress has acquired a copy of the document, which you can read here.

The cable announces a new Office of Iranian Affairs, and serves as a casting call for Iran and Persian language experts. It states that the U.S. is establishing positions in the United Arab Emirates and developing “reporting” positions in countries with large Iranian exile communities, including Germany, Great Britain, and Azerbaijan, among has more

if you recall from previous posts last week here, this is not tolerated on the shores of the imperial united states.
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Constititution of the United States: 1st Amendment, Bill of Rights : "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

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