Sunday, November 12, 2006

Mission Accomplished?

There's no questioning my euphoria that began Tuesday night and peaked when Macaca ceded the race to Webb. Reality, however, sunk in. The battle has just begun.

BushCo operatives are everywhere in full mode damage control. James Baker, the BushCo enforcer for Poppy Bush during the 2000 Florida recount, certainly got rid of von Rumsfeld. Getting rid of The Dick will be more difficult. He could be Wellstoned by Poppy for the sake of the familia. The Dick's flawed ticker offers many discreet opportunities.

Will the victorious Democrats listen to the will of the voters or the will of their corporate backers. The first path will distinguish them from the fascists. The alternative will forever mark them as pale imitations of the right wing extremists.

Post election, the media is massaging the news to the right. Meet The Press is an unpleasant example, having two Republicans, Lieberman and McCain to lead off the post mortem on the week's events.

I am hopeful, optimistic and guarded.

Harper's Weekly Review

GOP must go from The American Conservative

"It should surprise few readers that we think a vote that is seen—in America and the world at large—as a decisive “No” vote on the Bush presidency is the best outcome. We need not dwell on George W. Bush’s failed effort to jam a poorly disguised amnesty for illegal aliens through Congress or the assaults on the Constitution carried out under the pretext of fighting terrorism or his administration’s endorsement of torture. Faced on Sept. 11, 2001 with a great challenge, President Bush made little effort to understand who had attacked us and why—thus ignoring the prerequisite for crafting an effective response. He seemingly did not want to find out, and he had staffed his national-security team with people who either did not want to know or were committed to a prefabricated answer."

I saw this link on Monday night. The voters complied on Tuesday.

Election 2006: A progressive analysis

"Some have argued that the election results were actually an endorsement of conservatism. Columnist George Will predicted, 'We could be seeing the creation of a more conservative House of Representatives than the one we just had.' CNBC anchor Larry Kudlow claimed the 'changeover in the House may well be a conservative victory, not a liberal one.' Even the Washington Post, in a front page analysis, declared that the election showed that the nation 'leans slightly the right of center.' This analysis is seriously flawed. The election results were notably mixed: some progressives won (Rep. Sherrod Brown (D-OH)) and others lost (Ned Lamont (D-CT)); some centrist or center-right candidates won (Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT)) and others lost (Rep. Harold Ford (D-TN), Sen. Lincoln Chafee (R-RI)). But according to a Media Matters analysis of the 27 candidates who (as of the morning of Nov. 8) had unseated majority Republicans or won open seats previously held by the majority party, all support a core progressive agenda. All 27 candidates back raising the minimum wage, advocate changing course in Iraq, and oppose efforts to privatize Social Security. Only two of the 27 oppose embryonic stem cell research, and only five describe themselves as 'pro-life.' In fact, the significant shift on Tuesday was the collapse of the 'Reagan Coalition' voting bloc that had been nurtured by the conservative movement for 20 years. Majorities of every income category under $100,000; six in 10 of both moderates and independents; all non-college educated voters; and the majority of Catholics, all voted for change. In other words, the so-called Reagan Democrats -- economic-minded, working class voters concentrated heavily in the Rust Belt -- returned home to the progressive movement."

Colbert tribute to 12 years of Republican majority - Video

The Iraq mandate

"For the first time in American history, Americans have gone to the polls in wartime and rejected that war. Not only that, but they’ve done so overwhelmingly. Just as the election of 1932 was a seismic repudiation of the failed economic policies of the Hoover Republicans, the election of 2006 was a landslide against the Bush Republicans and their criminally misguided war against Iraq.

"Amid pre-election polls showing that voters oppose 'staying the course' by margins of as much as three to one, the American people have issued a sweeping mandate to the U.S. government: Get out of Iraq."

Ballot losses jolt the religious right

"From the country's heartland, voters sent messages that altered America's culture wars and dismayed the religious right - defending abortion rights in South Dakota, endorsing stem cell research in Missouri, and, in a national first, rejecting a same-sex marriage ban in Arizona.
"Conservative leaders were jolted by the setbacks and looked for an explanation Wednesday. Gay-rights and abortion-rights activists celebrated."

The religious and political right is wrong for America.

Pombo foe says Bush visit clinched his win

"The visit fired up Pombo's opponents, chief among them environmental activists who made the San Joaquin County Republican their No. 1 target and spent more than $1 million in their battle."

This was a sweet win for the planet. Pombo is a cretin destroying the environment and environmental protection legislation.

Youth turnout in election biggest in 20 years

"About 24 percent of Americans under the age of 30, or at least 10 million young voters, cast ballots in Tuesday's elections that saw Democrats make big gains in Congress. That was up 4 percentage points from the last mid-term elections in 2002."

An ideology of lying

"It is not news to anybody that Bush followers lie repeatedly and aggressively. But what does continues to amaze is that there is literally no limit on their willingness to do so even when — especially when — it requires them to ignore and contradict even the most glaring facts which everyone can see, as clear as day, right in front of our faces."

Bush will say anything

"In campaign stops across the country, George W. Bush is delivering a medley of his favorite lies, half-truths and non sequiturs about Iraq and the 'war on terror.' Yet the President’s listeners seem to revel in the distortions, celebrating with shouts of “USA! USA!” and responding on cue when Bush has them mock the Democrats."

The Evil Moron is a person of the lie, and his supporters are, well, morons.

International poll ranks Bush a threat to world peace

"A majority of people in three countries with close ties to the U.S. — Britain, Canada and Mexico — consider President George W. Bush a threat to world peace, ranking the U.S. president right up there with the leaders of two countries he has labeled part of the 'axis of evil'— North Korea's Kim Jong Il and Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad."

The war on terror is a propaganda slogan, but it would have legs if it included a war on BushCo.

Iraq disaster warning

"An attack on Iran will not be an invasion with ground troops. We don't have enough of those left to invade Ruritania. It will be a "package" of air and missile strikes, by U.S. forces or Israel. "That this would constitute folly piled on top of folly is no deterrent to the Bush administration. Like the French Bourbons, it forgets nothing and it learns nothing. It takes pride in not adapting. Or did you somehow miss President George W. Bush's declaration of Presidential Infallibility? It followed shortly after his May 1, 2003 visit to the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln with the 'Mission Accomplished' sign."

Hard to imagine.

The voice of the White House for November 10, 2006

"I was told that Israel is desolated by the neutering of Bush’s ability to support this attack [against Iran]. "Congress is now seen as a block to Bush’s militant plans and so the decision is being formulated not only in Tel Aviv but also in Washington to 'materially assist' an Israeli attack with satellite intelligence, very sophisticated weaponry and high level intelligence sharing. "American troops are not to be involved but Bush and Cheney are planning to do everything possible to “actively support” this action."

We know Joe Lieberman (R-Israel) would be high fiving this action.

AIPAC eats new Congress critters for lunch

"Lest we forget who runs Congress, consider the following 'briefing' posted on the AIPAC website yesterday: . . . .

Translation: Nearly every lawmaker, except the few stragglers hiding out in bathroom stalls or the cloakroom, was told he or she best tow the AIPAC-Israel line, or suffer short tenure in Congress. Part of this process is obviously the forced submission of a 'position paper summarizing his or her views on U.S. Middle East policy,' that is to say the targeted politico must state in writing that he or she will enthusiastically support Israel killing Palestinians, stealing their land, and running those able to run off, in short a nod and a wink in the direction of ethnic cleansing. Finally, AIPAC let us know they are 'non-partisan,' that is to say they have both Democrats and Republicans in their pocket.

"Meet the new Congress, same as the old Congress."

We'll know as events unfold.

Cheney in a box

"Either he steps down or he collects his wits, gets his team together; Addington, Abrams, Chertoff, Gonzales etc; all the guys who are 'one step ahead of the hangman'; and slaps together one 'last-ditch' effort to establish absolute-dictatorial power that will put him forever beyond the reach of the law or of any future accountability for his war crimes."It’s a tough task. Bush is teetering and he’s probably left the Cheney-Rumsfeld orbit already. Robert Gates’ job is to influence Bush, to win him over with reason and, thus, move the country away from the brink of disaster. Cheney has been removed from the policy-making apparatus and he knows it."So, what’ll he do next?"

Unleash the Death Star?

The mother of all lies

"Of all the lies that have been told by George W. Bush, including the multitude of lies that led to the aggressive invasion of Iraq that has become a full blown, out of control, civil war; nothing can compare with the one he told when he said recently, 'We are winning the war in Iraq.' To say this in the face of the huge number of casualties suffered by the US Military this month is beyond incredible."

The seven deadly sins

"Few people will miss the 109th Congress. Rolling Stone called it the 'worst Congress ever.' Just 16 percent of Americans approve of the job Congress is doing, the legislative body's lowest approval rating in 14 years. "The 109th Congress is so bad that it makes you wonder if democracy is a failed experiment," notes constitutional scholar Jonathan Turley. Congress's conservative leadership has systematically committed each of the seven deadly sins (gluttony, lust, avarice, anger, sloth, envy, and hubris) through its legislative inaction, culture of corruption, and pay-to-play system. But most importantly, this Congress has put the protection of its own power over the best interests of the American public. If 'this band of brigands in the 109th represented a major corporation, that company would be bankrupt, the shareholders would be left to clean up the mess a la Enron and WorldCom, and the executives would be facing prison. But instead of an endless parade of deserved perp walks, many of these opportunists and enablers will be re-elected,' writes Michael McCord of the Portsmouth Herald. Be sure to vote on Tuesday and help wipe away Congress's sins."

Olbermann: Where are the checks, balances?

"Those vaunted Founding Fathers of ours have been so quoted up, that they appear as marble statues: like the chiseled guards of China, or the faces on Mount Rushmore. But in fact they were practical people and the thing they obviously feared most was a government of men and not laws.

"They provided the checks and balances for a reason."

Outlaw empire meets the wave

"The wave -- and make no mistake, it's a global one -- has just crashed on our shores, soaking our imperial masters. It's a sight for sore eyes.

"It's been a long time since we've seen an election like midterm 2006. After all, it's a truism of our politics that Americans are almost never driven to the polls by foreign-policy issues, no less by a single one that dominates everything else, no less by a catastrophic war (and the presidential approval ratings that go with it). This strange phenomenon has been building since the moment, in May 2003, that George W. Bush stood under that White-House-prepared 'Mission Accomplished' banner on the USS Abraham Lincoln and declared 'major combat operations have ended.'"

The anti-war movement sourced the Democrats' victory

"The Democratic Party, read “The War Lite” Party, is basking in the glow of victory today. It has regained control of the House of Representatives, and the U.S. Senate for the first time in 12-years. The two issues that it won on-The Iraqi War and the whacky persona of President George W. Bush-had little or nothing to do with the Democratic Party. Those two matters were actually sourced by activists in the Anti-Iraqi War Movement!"

This is going to be a test for the Dems. Do they want to make money off the blood of others or do they want peace in the Middle East and prosperity in America?

OK, playtime is over. Nothing has changed. Same president, same policies, same corruption, same continuing embarrassments.

"First, a lot of those losing Republican incumbents will immediately move down K Street and become lobbyists. They will make substantially more money, and they will get to do essentially the same job: They will write the laws that govern our nation.

"The Bush administration has long ago committed itself to an imperial presidency, in which the most important official document is the signing statement. The president will continue to do whatever he wants to do, or whatever he is told to do, depending on your current organizational theory of the White Bunker. If Congress passes something he doesn't like, he will veto it."

Lawyers fight for habeus rights

"Though Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez insists that 'the new law should not be understood to ‘suspend’ the writ of habeas corpus for enemy combatants,' there is no other way to interpret it. 'This new law is a clear suspension and we are mounting a substantial court challenge,' says Bill Goodman, legal director of the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR)."

Europe calls for [Saddam[ death penalty to be commuted

"European governments and human rights organisations reacted with deep unease to the death penalty handed down to Saddam Hussein yesterday, amid doubts about the fairness of the trial and fears that the sentence could trigger further sectarian bloodshed in Iraq."

Fat chance. Evil Moron and his moronic supporters are salivating for another Iraqi death.

Mubarak warns against hanging Saddam

'''Carrying out this verdict will explode violence like waterfalls in Iraq,''Mubarak was quoted as saying by state-run Egyptian newspapers. Hanging Saddam ''will transform (Iraq) into blood pools and lead to a deepening of the sectarian and ethnic conflicts.''

I imagine the BushCo response will be, "bring it on."'

As Hussein sentenced to death, US pushes to rehabilitate his functionaries

"Twenty-four hours after Saddam Hussein was sentenced to death for crimes committed against the Iraqi people during his rule, the US-created De-Baathification Commission proposed that over 28,000 mid-level functionaries of Hussein’s regime be permitted to return to positions in the Iraqi state apparatus. The head of the commission, Shiite politician Ali al-Lami, told the media: 'We are going to deliver these proposals to parliament in the next few days.'”

War simulation in 1999 pointed out Iraq invasion problems

"A series of secret U.S. war games in 1999 showed that an invasion and post-war administration of Iraq would require 400,000 troops, nearly three times the number there now.
"And even then, the games showed, the country still had a chance of dissolving into chaos."

Charges sought against Rumsfeld over prison abuse

"Just days after his resignation, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld is about to face more repercussions for his involvement in the troubled wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. New legal documents, to be filed next week with Germany's top prosecutor, will seek a criminal investigation and prosecution of Rumsfeld, along with Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, former CIA director George Tenet and other senior U.S. civilian and military officers, for their alleged roles in abuses committed at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison and at the U.S. detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba."

I trust the "other civilian and military officers" includes Bush, Cheney, and Kindasleezy. Criminal punishment would be much more just than impeachment.

Donald Rumsfeld: The war crimes case

"Prosecuting a war of aggression isn't Rumsfeld's only crime. He also participated in the highest levels of decision-making that allowed the extrajudicial execution of several people. Willful killing is a grave breach of the Geneva Conventions, which constitutes a war crime. In his book, Chain of Command: The Road from 9/11 to Abu Ghraib, Seymour Hersh described the 'unacknowledged' special-access program (SAP) established by a top-secret order Bush signed in late 2001 or early 2002. It authorized the Defense Department to set up a clandestine team of Special Forces operatives to defy international law and snatch, or assassinate, anyone considered a 'high-value' Al Qaeda operative, anywhere in the world. Rumsfeld expanded SAP into Iraq in August 2003."

Everything Rummy did was under the direction, support and approval of BushCo.

Powell aide: Torture 'guidance' from VP

"'There's no question in my mind that we did [torture]. There's no question in my mind that we may be still doing it,' Wilkerson said on CNN's 'Late Edition.'

"'There's no question in my mind where the philosophical guidance and the flexibility in order to do so originated -- in the vice president of the United States' office,' he said. 'His implementer in this case was [Defense Secretary] Donald Rumsfeld and the Defense Department.'"

And Cheney's boss is . . . tad da, The Evil Moron!

Iraqi official: 150,00 civilians dead

"Health Minister Ali al-Shemari gave his new estimate of 150,000 to reporters during a visit to Vienna, Austria. He later told The Associated Press that he based the figure on an estimate of 100 bodies per day brought to morgues and hospitals — though such a calculation would come out closer to 130,000 in total."

40,000, 130,000, 150,00, 650,000 . . . whatever the number, it spells war crimes.

A time for accounting

"Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld is gone, but there's little time for celebration, even for those of us who long ago began calling for his removal. The damage that men do lives after them, and it's time at last for an accounting. The nation’s voters have spoken, and it's reasonable to expect that the Congress finally will begin to exercise some oversight of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan after five years of serving as rubber stamp and doormats.

"Can you spell 'subpoena?'"

I can, but will the new majority?

Waxman set to probe areas of Bush gov't

"The Democratic congressman who will investigate the Bush administration's running of the government says there are so many areas of possible wrongdoing, his biggest problem will be deciding which ones to pursue."

Typical of the Bush Crime Family -- so much crime, so little time.

A staggering new bill for Iraq?

"The U.S. armed services have requested a $160 billion supplemental appropriation to fund the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan in the remainder of fiscal year 2007--a staggering amount that, if approved by the Defense Department, may hasten the showdown between resurgent congressional Democrats and the Bush administration over the budget-busting War on Terror."

I guess Halliburton, the Carlyle Group and the rest of the Bush Crime Family haven't made enough off this war yet.

Judicial Watch obtains documents from Army related to Halliburton subsidiary's no bid Iraq contract

"Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced today that the Department of the Army, per order of U.S. District Court Judge Ricardo M. Urbina, has released to Judicial Watch approximately 100 pages of documents which detail the multi-billion dollar, no-bid contract awarded in 2003 by the Army to Kellogg Brown and Root (KBR), a subsidiary of Halliburton Co. One document uncovered by Judicial Watch suggests a contradiction within the United States Army Corp of Engineers (USACE) with respect to the involvement of the Vice President’s office in awarding the contract."

Democrats aim to save inquiry on work in Iraq

"The bills, the first of what are likely to be dozens of Democratic efforts to resurrect investigations of war profiteering and financial fraud in government contracting, could be introduced as early as Monday morning.

"The move would nullify a Republican-backed provision, slipped into a huge military authorization bill, that set a termination date for the agency, the Office of the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction. The agency’s findings have consistently undermined Bush administration claims of widespread success in the reconstruction of Iraq."

Do you believe President Bush's actions justify impeachment?

"Yes, between the secret spying, the deceptions leading to war and more, there is plenty to justify putting him on trial. 87%"

Impeachment would be a slap on the wrist. Prison, at least, is in order.

Conyers toes party line: No impeachment

"The latest Democrat 'saviour' to flip flop 180 degrees in light of their victory is Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich. Presumed to become chairman of the House Judiciary Committee in January, Conyers today said that impeachment of President Bush 'is off the table.'"

How about a little water boarding? Are Dems still awaiting their spine grafts? Crimes have been committed. There must be a legal response.

Rice: Democrats won't end Iraq mission

"Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says the Democratic wave that won the party control of Congress did nothing to deter the Bush administration from continuing its Iraq mission until 'the goal that took us to Iraq' is reached."

And which goal might that be? Finding weapons of mass destruction? Bringing democracy and stability to Iraq? Unseating Hussein? Sucking Iraq's oil dry.

In letter, radical cleric details CIA abduction, Egyptian torture

"In an account smuggled out of prison, a radical Muslim cleric has detailed how he was kidnapped by the CIA from this northern Italian city and flown to Cairo, where he was tortured for months with electric shocks and shackled to an iron rack known as 'the Bride.'"

The secret world of Robert Gates

"In 1991, despite doubts about Gates’s honesty over Iran-Contra and other scandals, the career intelligence officer brushed aside accusations that he played secret roles in arming both sides of the Iran-Iraq War. Since then, however, documents have surfaced that raise new questions about Gates’s sweeping denials.

"For instance, the Russian government sent an intelligence report to a House investigative task force in early 1993 stating that Gates participated in secret contacts with Iranian officials in 1980 to delay release of 52 U.S. hostages then held in Iran, a move to benefit the presidential campaign of Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush."

This will be an integrity test for the Dems. While the Dems will be practicing bipartisanship, the Nazis will be Nazis. You can't dance with the devil without getting burned.

Rumsfeld replacement (Robert Gates)

"Gates was on the board of directors of VoteHere, a strange little company that was the biggest elections industry lobbyist for the Help America Vote Act (HAVA). VoteHere spent more money than ES&S, Diebold, and Sequoia combined to help ram HAVA through. And HAVA, of course, was a bill sponsored by by convicted Abramoff pal Bob Ney and K-street lobbyist buddy Steny Hoyer. HAVA put electronic voting on steroids."

Here's an idea - anyone with ties to the Bush Crime Family should not be allowed to hold office in state or federal government.

Gates' CIA past could haunt him in confirmation hearings

"President Bush’s pick to replace Donald H. Rumsfeld with former CIA Director Robert Gates is an odd one, considering it’s almost certain to revive festering questions about the Bush administration’s handling of pre-war intelligence on Iraq."

Can't you just see Joe Biden doing his suck up bipartisan schtick?

Democrats to target oil majors in new US Congress

"Democratic Rep. Nancy Pelosi, who is poised to be the next Speaker of the House when the new Congress convenes in January, says oil companies have unfairly earned record profits by gouging consumers at the gasoline pump.

"Pelosi says taking away the financial relief given to Big Oil in last year's Republican-written energy law will be among the six major tasks Democrats plan to tackle in the first 100 hours after she slams the gavel to convene the new House."

Harper focuses on pleasing core supporters

"Harper's 'Republican' Conservatives replicate their U.S. soulmates. Many of the issues that mobilized Republicans for Bush are now front and centre in Canada."

Time for Canadians to stop drinking the fascist Kool Aid.

Investors regroup as swaps panic hits

"This heavy selling has driven the cost of insuring debt against default in the market for credit default swaps to record low levels - signalling either that investors are extraordinarily optimistic about the outlook for corporate debt, or that prices are so distorted that they are no longer being paid for the risks they are taking on."

Report: Foreclosures up 17 percent nationwide

"The Irvine, Calif.-based firm said that 318,355 properties in the United States entered some stage of foreclosure in the third quarter, a 17 percent increase over the prior quarter."

China forces dollar into limelight

"China made its presence felt in the currency markets this week as the prospect of the country diversifying its massive foreign exchange stockpiles sent the dollar reeling to a ten-week low against the euro and to its weakest level in eighteen months against sterling.

"On Monday, China’s state television network reported that China’s foreign currency reserves, the world’s largest, had exceeded $1,000bn for the first time."

$1,000bn? The size of the US deficit, perhaps?

Climate change threatens heritage sites

"From archaeological ruins in Scotland to 13th century mosques in the Sahara, the effects of climate change could destroy some of the world's most important natural and cultural heritage sites, a report has revealed."

As climate changes, can we?

"The scientific consensus, already clear and incontrovertible, is moving toward the more alarmed end of the spectrum. Many scientists long known for their caution are now saying that warming has reached dire levels, generating feedback loops that will take us perilously close to a point of no return. A similar shift may be taking place among economists, with some formerly circumspect analysts saying it would cost far less to cut emissions now than to adapt to the consequences later. Insurers, meanwhile, have been paying out more and more each year to compensate for extreme weather events. And growing numbers of corporate and industry leaders have been voicing concern about climate change as a business risk. The few skeptics who continue to try to sow doubt should be seen for what they are: out of step, out of arguments and just about out of time."

Quotes from

"Oh, my God, it was a bloodbath for us. We paid for the president's agenda." -- Sarah Reddick, Link They knew it was coming, yet they stuck with him. Loyalty is one thing, suicide is another. I said the first major Republican to stand up to Bush would be their front runner for 2008. McCain (R-Torture) went 100% total suck-ass.

"A sex scandal made Hastert speaker and a sex scandal unmade him." --Mike Dorning and Christi Parsons, "'Accidental Speaker' calls it quits"

"And don't think you're off the hook, voters, you're the ones who made this bed. Now you're the ones who are going to have to move over so a gay couple can sleep in it. Tomorrow you're all going to wake up in a brave new world, a world where the Constitution gets trampled by an army of terrorist clones, created in a stem-cell research lab run by homosexual doctors who sterilize their instruments over burning American flags. Where tax-and-spend Democrats take all your hard-earned money and use it to buy electric cars for National Public Radio, and teach evolution to illegal immigrants. Oh, and everybody's high! You know what, I've had it! You people don't deserve a Republican majority. I quit." -- Stephen Colbert

"Whatever they do, it can't get any worse." --Dr. Sami Ismael, 58, on how the Dems takeover of Congress will effect Iraq.

"Mr. Cheney enjoys an office on the second floor of the House of Representatives that historically has been designated for the Ways and Means Committee chairman... I talked to Nancy Pelosi about it this morning... I'm trying to find some way to be gentle as I restore the dignity of that office." -- Charlie Rangel, the incoming chairman of Ways and Means, on kicking that "son of a bitch" out of his office Link

"Rumsfeld's resignation shows the scale of the mess the U.S. has made in Iraq. The efforts by American politicians to hide their failure are no longer working." -- Ibrahim Ali, 44, who works at the Iraqi Oil Ministry, Link

"We Republicans set aside our principles to try to stay in power. And at the end of the day, the voters said, 'Enough is enough.'" -- John Weaver, aide to McCain (R-Torture) WaHoPo Wait, didn't Tortureboy McCain promise to commit suicide if we won?

"Now that the Repedophiles are out of power, it's almost like living in a Democracy again." -- my friend Jay in Fayetteville

"Rummy can quit in the middle of a war with no repercussions, but the men and women who are actually out there getting shot at can't. If they did, they'd be sent to a military prison. I hope he never has a good night of sleep for the rest of his life." -- Steve, as seen on

"Nancy Pelosi is a liberal with a capital L." -- Solenoid O'Brien, CNN's totally brainless tool.

"At next year's State of the Union address, you'll have Dick Cheney sitting there with that very distinguished snarl of his, and then this incredibly interesting person next, a woman, first time ever sitting behind the President, sharing power with them. It's going to be an amazing moment." -- Chris Matthews, right-wing scumbag and whore, Link

"Haggard was exposed by a male escort named Mike Jones. You know you're in trouble when you've ceded the moral high ground to a drug-dealing prostitute." -- Jon Stewart

"Soon you'll start seeing glowing stories on the economy, and it's going to coincide with Democrats being in power..." -- Rush, telling the truth, not sure why

"After lashing out at Democrats as the party of weakness and Al Qaeda coddling, Bush is now talking about how he knows Democrats care as deeply about America's national security as Republicans. Is the Bush bubble officially popped?" -- Tim Dickinson,

"Rick Santorum has been raptured to a better place." -- Jon Stewart

"The system is broken." -- Diebold Republicans everywhere

"If you've got a relative in the military, I wouldn't have your loved one in the theater if I didn't think we'd win..." -- Bush, lying again, Link Every time his generals tell him we're losing, Bush makes a speech saying, "We're winning."

"They could make the Diebold machines work if they wanted to. Proof - have you ever had an ATM machine give you too much money? No, that doesn't happen because the banks are careful with their money." -- some guy on CNN

"Imagine a world in which these extremists and radicals got control of energy resources." -- America's self-styled Fuhrer, Link Yeah, George, that happened in 1974, remember? And your family crawled into bed with those extremists. Your dad is a registered lobbyist for those extremists.

"Imagine the radicals and extremists taking over a country, and they were able to manipulate the market, driving the price of oil, and saying, okay, we'll reduce the price, all you've got to do is surrender. -- Der Monkey, describing his six disastrous years in office Link

"You can hang Saddam, but it's not changing the situation on the ground, except to make two million Sunnis more angry with Americans and Shiites." -- Max Cleland, victim of the Diebold bastards 2002, Link

"It's been difficult to govern, really, since 2000. The country has been split down the middle and the Congress has been split down the middle." -- Cokie Roberts, still the stupidest whore in DC, Link Sorry, Wolf, you're still Number Two.

"Over the past five years, we have done more than just philosophize." -- Der Fuhrer, telling the truth, Link He's right. They have invaded, tortured, murdered, raped, looted, bungled, lied, concealed, raped (They like rape)...

"I had been promised that my remarks would not be published before the election." -- Richard Perle, on his anti-Bush remarks in Vanity Fair, Link


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Hello Jerry and all,

Eleven Roars Loudly

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Now comes the truly important work of preventing the excesses of the last six years from ever happening again. As long as people cling to money, religion, and politics, these seemingly never-ending cycles of evil scoundrels, war, great struggles, and repeated injustices will never end.

These scoundrels need to be taught a lesson about truth and justice that all of humanity will take to heart, once and for all.

Did it ever dawn on you that money, religion, and politics are the prime sources of human struggle and continuing to beat a dead horse (or donkey, or elephant) will never solve our seemingly never-ending cycles of calamities? One good lesson to take from this election is that politics is a repeating cycle that will always produce greedy scoundrels who must later be defeated or else. Why beat your heads against the same old wall any longer when the door has been sighted and waiting for you to open your eyes and "see the light?"

Truth, Wisdom, and Justice are non-political, non-religious, and non-monetary. Here is Wisdom !!



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