Saturday, May 28, 2005

Thought for the weekend

Rethuglicons aren't really stupid. They're evil people who want to turn our country into a feudal theocracy, and they believe King Goerge's hogwash because it appeals to their diseased, evil minds.

There's a reason psychologists say cancervatism is a mental disorder. The reason: Cancervatism is a mental disorder.

Stem Cell Research Living Will

Give this to everyone you know who opposes research on "moral" grounds. (Scroll down)

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Why should only men die for King Goerge's lies?

I say, send the Bush twins.

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Don't swallow King Goerge's revisionist history lesson this weekend

The Ministry of Truth is running on all cylinders and exploiting the rampant ignorance they've created by their decades-long war on education in America. Stand up for actual history.

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People wonder why Americans hate this war, and the world hates us?

And by "people" I mean "ignorant right-wingers who want to turn our country into a feudal theocracy."

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If King Goerge can do it, why can't he?

Go AWOL during a war isn't what it used to be. He should have been born to rich, influential parents. Or at least in Texas.

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Is King Goerge moving from lame duck to ruptured duck?

Probably, but the theo-fascists don't quit. Remember, they've been trying to kill the Constitution since 1933.

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Ohio's "Coingate" really heating up

The place is a cesspool of rethuglicon corruption, which is to be expected whereever two or more are gathered together in the name of cancervatism.

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Get a load of King Goerge's domestic fiberty agenda

We have the fiberty to be cancervative.

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Well, I'll be damned...it turns out Democrats are the puritans who want to purify everything and everybody

Scroll down. You won't believe the concentrated stupidity of this piece.

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Who needs privacy? We're at war!

Remember, the Constitution does not guarrantee one's privacy. All that stuff about search warrants, writs of habeas corpus, free speech and quartering of troops, none of that's related to privacy in any way, especially when the small-gubmnt cancervatives are in charge of telling you how to live without a librul nanny state doing it.

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Watch "Law and Order" poke a finger in DeLay's eye

Povero butterfly, they're being mean to him. You can bet Der Ruschkopf, Spawn Insannity, O'Really? and Coultergeist will be putting out an APB on people in NBC t-shirts.

The inciteful comment DeLay didn't get upset about

http://thinkprogress.org/index.php?p=569

Canned cancervative response: "That's diff'runt."

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Turns out, there are some flower grandchildren around

Protestors interrupt Condo's lies with Abu Ghraib reenactment

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If the librulmedia didn't rat them out, everything would be copacetic

Pentagon admits Koran abuse.

And then there's...

Muslims around the world want punishment, but not of NEWSWEEK

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20050527/
wl_nm/religion_koran_protests_dc_3

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ALF and ELF on DHS domestic terist list, but not white supremacists and many others?

I guess good chrixtains can't be considered terists when they only kill judges who are, after all, more dangerous than al-qaeda.

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Why doesn't Santorum want us to get storm warnings?

Is it because he wants his buddies to make money from weather forecasts?

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What do they expect when their president (sic) is a deserter?

Army's recruitment crisis deepens

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A chrixtain nation's real heritage vs Leave It To Beaverville

Read only if you want to get mad over a holiday weekend. Pay particular attention to the section on PNAC. They own this country now.

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Head-scratcher: Theo-fascist sides with Wiccan parents

You have to read it.

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Friday, May 27, 2005

Should we have a special holiday for those who died for a president's lies?

Will King Goerge rename Memorial Day as Chrixtain Crusade Day? How about Chrixtain Fiberty Day?

1650 GIs have died in Gulf War II not for their country, but for the GOP, Halliburton and everyone else raking in the dough on this war. This should be a weekend of national mourning.

"New Testament" tank pic dropped from DoD website
http://www.washingtontimes.com/national/20050526-111716-9797r.htm

Even the Moonie TIMES knows we shouldn't offend every other religion on the planet, especially our muslim and Jewish allies.

But the theo-fascists will still find a way to make Monday a religious holiday. And get ready for what they'll haul out on the Fourth of July.

What was on the website until today.
http://americablog.blogspot.com/2005/05/dod-web-site-jokes-of-christian.html

McCarthy's ghost haunts public broadcasting

"Fair and balanced" -- the McCarthy way

CPB head Kenneth Tomlinson, who is leading a jihad against "liberal bias" in public broadcasting, and one of his two new ombudsmen both worked for the late Fulton Lewis, a reactionary radio personality associated with Sen. Joe McCarthy.

This fascist takeover of our country has been in the works since 1933. Thank God for Gen. Smedley Butler (Google).

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Try to save money and the terists have already won

Bootleg dvds support terism. Spend, SPEND, SPEND to keep America free!

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Has King Goerge bought anything with our money that does work?

To paraphrase a line from The Untouchables, "It doesn't matter if it works. It only matters that it's bought."

Our tax dollars at work...

Aircraft Warning Ineffective in Clouds

Laser system to alert pilots of Washington's restricted zone can fail unless skies are clear.

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Dems win first skirmish in Bolton battle; why won't King Goerge release those documents?

Showdown on U.N. nominee's confirmation now will be delayed for at least a week.

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Baptist "pastor" repudiates his faith, apologizes for "flush Koran" sign that surely caused some deaths

The Southern Fascist Convention finally put the screws to this asshole and made him shut up.

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Chrixtain KKK on the march in North Carolina

Will Dobson, Falwell or Robertson oppose them as strongly as they do judges?

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Why King Goerge and his chrixtain buds want Arlen Spectre to die

This is truly sickening stuff from alleged chrixtains.

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Poll: King Goerge, rethug fascists responsible for stinky political climate

"Washington has become a very ugly place -- as the voters see it from afar. A quite astonishing 70 percent say that the partisan bickering has gotten worse in recent years, including 60 percent who strongly believe that. By 41 to 30 percent, voters think the Republicans and the president are responsible for the political climate."

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King Goerge's position on stem cells is illogical...like everything else he promotes

Great editorial.

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Dumsfeld blames media for worldwide hatred of his king

I guess it would be easier to be a fascist asshole without anyone watching.

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Celebrate who saved Social Security

Be loud and proud...it was the Democrats. Oh, and screw Tim Russert.

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Millions of evangelicals embarrassed by people who claim to be their spokesmen

Millions of evangelicals want leaders who live the faith by serving the poor.

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Is DeLay on his way to the slammer?

Maybe he can do "ministry" behind bars like Chuck Colson did after Watergate.

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Fired for reporting election fraud, but she won't leave.

"Coingate" is heating up, too. Ohio is a cesspool.

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None of King Goerge's fiberty for American muslims

Citizens sue DHS for 20-hour non-arrest arrest. Tell these American citizens they don't live in a right-wing fascist police state.

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Thursday, May 26, 2005

It's what we get for trusting a fascist

Wiping his ass with "the deal," First plans to file for cloture on Myers.

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CBS Poll: Americans reject King Goerge TWO to ONE!

Have people changed their minds about King Goerge, or was the election rigged as we've been saying since November, and warning about for a year before that?

Mandate? What mandate? Where? Show me one.

(CBS) Four months into his second term, President Bush is increasingly viewed as being out of touch with the American people, according to a CBS News poll.

Six in ten Americans say the president does not share their priorities, while just 34 percent say he does – the lowest numbers for Mr. Bush since the eve of his first inauguration. If there's any solace for Mr. Bush, it's that even fewer people, just 20 percent, say Congress shares their priorities.

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King Goerge's junta is waging war on the credibility of its worst enemies: journalists

This is clearly a setup. So, probably, was the NEWSWEEK thing. But this one is likely revenge for that whole Watergate thing 33 years ago when WaPo single-handedly hounded Nixon (ptooey!) out of office.

WASHINGTON - The Pentagon said Wednesday Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld did not authorize the military to shoot down a small plane that prompted evacuations of Washington power centers on May 11.

The Washington Post, citing accounts given by federal officials who spoke on condition of anonymity, reported that Rumsfeld had given the military authority to take the action, if necessary, against the diminutive Cessna 150 that had wandered into restricted airspace over the Washington area.

Bryan Whitman, a Pentagon spokesman, said Rumsfeld gave no such authorization.

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The Theattitudes

"Blessed are the lying, criminal, fascist, warmongering abominations, for they shall be called chrixtains."

Chrixtain beatitudes for today's theo-fascist abominations. (From tennessee jed.)

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No wonder Ridge got out when he could...

...before Homeland Security Depot, his new boss, found out about this. For their sake, let's hope he's not in charge of store security for them.

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Calling Special Agents Scully and Mulder

Did the CIA cover up child kidnappings?

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Fiberty=good, food=bad

You'd think Halliburton would have figured out by now a way to make money creating a culture of life in the Sudan.

How does that saying go? "Teach a man to fish and he can feed himself forever. Teach a man to live in a parallel universe and he can become a republican."

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War, torture=good, Paris Hilton=bad, very bad

Some people have little to do.

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Ayatollah Dobson hoist by his own petard

"Supremes are KKK; no, they're not; well, sort of..." What an asshole.

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FAUXNEWS' Freudian slip...Whoopsie-daisy!

Why compromise, Asman asked, "if we should have done it and if we had the votes to do it." Asman clarified that it was "you guys in the Republican party" who had the votes.

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And then there was...

King Goerge accidentally tells the truth for once

http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2005/05/20050524-3.html

"See, in my line of work you got to keep repeating things over and over and over again for the truth to sink in, to kind of catapult the propaganda." — Bush in Greece, New York (scroll down)

I like Byrd, but on this he's wrong

Bill requires all schools to teach Constitution on September 17.
Instead of interrupting a school's lesson plans, it would be much better to celebrate this important anniversary much like an unofficial holiday. How simple would that be?

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King Goerge's gift(s) to Osama and al-qaeda

Al-Qaeda and all the other components of the Salafi-jihadi (or Islamist) front are on the verge of scoring a major double blow. Unlike September 11, now their fight not only is being recognized by top Islamic scholars as legitimate, but they have also managed to capitalize on major blunders in the "war on terror" to strengthen the anti-imperialist, anti-US impulse among global, moderate Muslims. How did that happen?

One answer: King Goerge and the neocons want a state of neverending war which keeps people afraid and stupid, and enriches defense contractors.

Which news outlet will they blame for this?

In Iraq, efforts to catch militants fuel rage, fear
"They came here and detained people randomly," Mutlek said. "The families of the innocent people who have been detained will seek revenge."

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Pentagon: Unembedded reporters can be killed

Telling people the whole truth is unpatriotic, treasonous and French, apparently.

Too long and involved for highlights. Just read it all.

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We already know this, but it's good for a congressman to say it out loud

“There’s a dictatorial flavor that comes into this matter,” Conyers said, speaking of efforts of the current Bush Administration. “This chipping away from what we thought we had and what was in stone: the Civil Rights Act, the Voter Rights Act, the ability of states to process their own judicial cases without federal intervention—all of these things mean we’re not where we were; we’re slipping back and what we’re slipping back into in the cumulative sense is something a little bit scary.”

A little bit scary?

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Democrats now rule the universe after First's surrender Monday night!

At least that's what the whiners in the vr-wc say.

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While King Goerge pretends he's all about spreading fiberty, most US arms exports go to undemocratic nations

New York, NY, May 25th—A new report by the New York-based World Policy Institute finds that a majority of U.S. arms sales to the developing world go to regimes defined as undemocratic by our own State Department. Furthermore, U.S.-supplied arms are involved in a majority of the world’s active conflicts.

"Billions of U.S. arms sales to Afghanistan in the 1980s ended up empowering Islamic fundamentalist fighters across the globe," notes report co-author William D. Hartung. "Our current policy of arming unstable regimes could have similarly disastrous consequences, with U.S.-supplied weapons falling into the hands of terrorists, insurgents, or hostile governments."

"Perhaps no single policy is more at odds with President Bush’s pledge to ‘end tyranny in our world’ than the United States’ role as the world’s leading arms exporting nation, " said Frida Berrigan, the report’s co-author. "Although arms sales are often justified on the basis of their purported benefits, from securing access to overseas military facilities to rewarding coalition partners, these alleged benefits often come at a high price."

As in the case of recent decisions to provide new F-16 fighter planes to Pakistan while pledging comparable high tech military hardware to its rival India, U.S. arms sometimes go to both sides in long brewing conflicts. And the tens of millions of U.S. arms transfers to Uzbekistan exemplify the negative consequences of arming repressive regimes.

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Me and Bill Maher, we're just like THIS!

We both think the fire-breathing young rethuglicon chickenhawks--male and female--between 18-39 who voted for King Goerge, but aren't in uniform, should enlist NOW!

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Meet the real GOP

It's clear why psychologists say cancervatism is a mental disorder...as if we didn't already know that. The party is made up of pedophiles, animal-lovers, rapists, criminals and adulterers. All chrixtain, of course.

Notice there's never a shortage of stories about rethuglicon slime?

Do pass this along to everyone you know.

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We're supposed to believe this was "unintended" and not designed to benefit King Goerge's supporters? Hogwash.

We're really not as stupid as they are, and we really can see through this hogwash. There are legions of people out there whose only job is to find ways for rethuglicons to scam tax money after other rethuglicons write the laws setting it all up.

ALBANY, N.Y. — The Bush administration is scrambling to find a way to close a loophole that allows convicted rapists and other high-risk sex offenders to receive Viagra at taxpayer expense.

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It's open season on queers with federal jobs despite King Goerge's executive order

Counsel Cites Lack of Authority to Enforce (Fake) Discrimination "Ban" after saying last year he did have the authority.

Special counsel Scott J. Bloch told a Senate panel yesterday that he lacks the legal authority to enforce the Bush administration's ban on discrimination against federal employees based on sexual orientation.

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Hang all rethuglicons!

When Florida breaks off and floats down to the Bermuda Triangle, it can take Ohio with it.

Coin scandal reaches Taft office

Governor's aides, ex-aides linked to Toledo dealer under investigation

Columbus - The investigation into the influence wielded by politically powerful Toledo coin dealer Tom Noe landed at state government's peak Tuesday - right in Gov. Bob Taft's office.
Ohio Inspector General Tom Charles asked for telephone records, e-mails and personnel re cords of four of Taft's former and current top aides dat ing to 1999.

Noe, a major Republican fund-raiser, or chestrated and managed a $55.4 million investment in rare coins for the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation since 1998. He has been the target of recent investigations by six government agencies, including the FBI, over campaign contributions and 121 missing coins.

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Tuesday, May 24, 2005

General Douglas MacArthur said...

It is part of the general pattern of misguided policy that our country is now geared to an arms economy which was bred in an artificially induced psychosis of war hysteria and nurtured upon an incessant propaganda of fear.

CBS Poll: Americans reject King Goerge TWO to ONE!

Mandate? What mandate? Where? Show me one, Diebold.

(CBS) Four months into his second term, President Bush is increasingly viewed as being out of touch with the American people, according to a CBS News poll.

Six in ten Americans say the president does not share their priorities, while just 34 percent say he does – the lowest numbers for Mr. Bush since the eve of his first inauguration. If there's any solace for Mr. Bush, it's that even fewer people, just 20 percent, say Congress shares their priorities.

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They just make up whatever they want their mindless minions to believe

Why let facts get in the way of right-wing "news"?

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Rethuglicon fat cat capitalists don't care about activist judges

"I don't know a single business group involved in the judicial nominees," said R. Bruce Josten, an executive vice president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. "Nada, none, zip."

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This Modern World is always right on

See the cartoon.

Dr. First and his scheme implode; so do Dobson and Bauer

In a major defeat to Majority Leader Bill Frist, a bipartisan group of 14 senators struck a deal last night to defuse the nuclear option. All members of the group rejected Frist's core argument that the judicial filibuster is unconstitutional. Instead, the compromise acknowledges the right of senators to filibuster judicial nominees, at least in "extraordinary circumstances."

DOBSON AND BAUER DECLARE DEFEAT: James Dobson – who helped lead the charge for the nuclear option as chairman of Focus on the Family – declared the compromise a crushing defeat. Dobson described the agreement as "a complete bailout and betrayal by a cabal of Republicans." He said he shared "the disappointment, outrage and sense of abandonment felt by millions of conservative Americans."

Gary Bauer, president of the right-wing American Values, said the senators "who lent their names to this travesty have undercut their President as well as millions of their most loyal voters. Shame on them all."

Rethug congressthief tries to sell free White House tours

What is it with Florida, anyway?

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There's one rethuglicon with a little bit of integrity; but he's still a rethuglicon

Voinovich says, "Vote NO on Bolton."

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Yep, it's gonna be McCain in '08

Notice he was the one at the microphone last night.

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Actual news vs what the worthlesscorporatemedia feed us

Turn off all corporate media now!

See how their media report on Karzai's visit and compare it to how our media report on the same visit.

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Scott McClellan is a lying scumbag who should be ignored at White House gaggles from now on

Now he says he didn't blame NEWSWEEK for starting the Chicago fire and killing Cock Robin. Like we can't read transcripts? What a skeezknot.

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How far is this in chrixtain light years?

Just asking since 4.5 billion years is now 6000 years, so there must be a conversion table for distance as well as time.

An international team of astronomers has found a planet which, at about 15,000 light-years from Earth, is one of the most distant yet detected.


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King Goerge loses another one; wins again...

House ignores his wishes on stem cell research, proving King Goerge got what he wanted yet again...uh...it's NEWSWEEK's fault. No, I never said that. Why do you hate America?

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Ah, those wacky Baptists are at it again. "Koran needs to be flushed" on sign at church.

N.C. church stands by sign. "Pastor" attacks Islam to "defend" his "faith."

Now churches should launch pre-emptive strikes on mosques? Are these whackjobs trying to provoke muslims?

If this Baptist guy makes me afraid, what can I do to him before he does something to me? Maybe I'll be like that radio guy and start "thinking about" doing something because that's okay now.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The pastor of a small Baptist church has refused calls to take down a sign posted in front of his church reading "The Koran needs to be flushed," saying Tuesday he has nothing to apologize for.

"My creed is the Bible, which tells me I am supposed to stand up and defend my faith," said the Rev. Creighton Lovelace, pastor of the 55-member Danieltown Baptist Church in Forest City. "I don't hate Muslims, I just hate their false doctrines."

But the Council on American-Islamic Relations, based in Washington, D.C., called on Americans of all faiths to demand the message displayed outside the church be removed.

"Christians often ask themselves, 'What would Jesus do?'" said the group's spokesman, Ibrahim Hooper. "I don't think Jesus, who is loved by Muslims and mentioned frequently in the Quran, would use such hate-filled and divisive rhetoric."

And...

Charles Kimball, a religion professor at Wake Forest University, called the church's decision to put up the message "highly inappropriate and deliberately provocative."

"It also shows a great deal of ignorance and a lack of civility," he said Tuesday from his office in Winston-Salem. "What is most distressing is that this sort of self-righteous speech suggests a total disregard for the words of Jesus, who told us to love our neighbor."

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From May 11, 2005: "Crimes against muslims soaring in US"

Is this NEWSWEEK's fault, too? Sure can't blame the Baptists. They're, like, chrixtains, and stuff. Must be the ay-rabs' fault for living in a chrixtain nation where they don't belong.

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America pretty much hates King Goerge

Here are the numbers that validate last fall's man-date validation of his policies.

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Meltdown and civil war continue

I'm enjoying all this righteous outrage at First.

Monday, May 23, 2005

Could the GOP civil war BE any more entertaining?

The Sun Rises On America, Battered But Still Free

America experienced another Battle of Midway last night.

In the first six months of WWII, the Japanese navy went and did as it pleased all over the Pacific Ocean. Then in June, 1942, the US Navy made a desperate wager against a larger Japanese task force near Midway Island, roughly halfway between Hawaii and Japan. An outnumbered American admiral outsmarted the more powerful Japanese admiral and inflicted heretofore unheard-of damage.

Not without heavy cost, our Navy exacted a toll of pilots and aircraft carriers that the Japanese were never able to replace. The Japanese were on the defensive from then on. Midway turned out to be the turning point in the Pacific Theatre. Two months later, we began the long march to final victory with the invasion of Japanese-held Guadalcanal Island. Then three years later, the war was finally over.

Last night, Democrats in Congress gave America another Midway. Yes, it was a costly victory, but a victory nonetheless, and one we simply had to have. Just as with the naval battle 63 years ago, it was "Come to Jesus time" on the Hill, and an outnumbered Reid outsmarted the more powerful Dr. First.

The rethuglicons paid dearly for what they'll call victory in public. But they and their minions who would turn our country into a feudal theocracy know better in private. The Constitution was preserved. King Goerge is now truly a lame, if not ruptured, duck. And Dr. First's presidential dreams are shattered forever. He will never regain the power he had this time yesterday.

And come the mid-terms, the Democrats can begin their long march back as their fathers--and even a couple of them--did long ago beginning at Guadalcanal Island.

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MORNING UPDATES

Others see this as a turning point, too

http://www.workingforchange.com/blog/
At this point, if I were a betting man, I'd put my chips with the Democrats and Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV). They've shown tonight that they are learning how to win, at least in the short term; Reid is a skilled tactician who I trust; and the GOP recently has shown no ability to control its extremist impulses that turn off voters. In other words, I'm going suck up my worry for now, have faith, and be an optimist (something that doesn't come natural to me) - a cautious one, but an optimist. Here's hoping this is one of a number of turning points for the party.

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F-16s intercept Cessna near White House during filibuster fight!

http://www.nbc4.com/news/4521930/detail.html

The plane was out of Knoxville, TN, a hardcore rethuglicon stronghold near hometown of TN's junior senator Lamar!. Ploy failed to divert media attention away from humiliating filibuster defeat of TN's senior senator, Dr. First.

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Rethuglicon fat cat capitalists don't care about activist judges

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/05/23/AR2005052301938.html

"I don't know a single business group involved in the judicial nominees," said R. Bruce Josten, an executive vice president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. "Nada, none, zip."

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Isn't it fun watching Dr. First pretend he wasn't part of "the deal?" Sorry, Bill, but the fallout is already on you, and it won't wash off.

Click headline for tons of good stuff.

I left the rest like this below so I could continually update without losing the whole page. You won't mind a little cutting and pasting to get to these stories.

Enjoy the freak show as the theo-fascists unravel and meltdown at the same time.

"The Dems get their way all the time anyway."

http://www.confirmthem.com/?p=589#more-589

(Scroll down to 10 Marcia)

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Freepers are apoplectic

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2005/
5/23/201133/386

My favorite: "NOOOOOOOOooooooooooo!" Rethugs are so eloquent.

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Early skirmishes in the spinfest-o-rama.

http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/archives/
individual/2005_05/006361.php#600837

My favorite: "There was no compromise. The Democrats have lost completely."

Let's see what Dobson, Falwell and Robertson have to say about that, shall we?

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Aha!

Dobson bleeds from his ears!

http://releases.usnewswire.com/
GetRelease.asp?id=47847

"This Senate agreement represents a complete bailout and betrayal by a cabal of Republicans and a great victory for united Democrats.


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The vr-wc is melting down

http://powerlineblog.com/archives/010531.php

They know they got their butts kicked.

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But Feingold is not happy with Democrat colleagues

http://dailykos.com/

This is not a good deal for the U.S. Senate or for the American people. Democrats should have stood together firmly against the bullying tactics of the Republican leadership abusing their power as they control both houses of Congress and the White House. Confirming unacceptable judicial nominations is simply a green light for the Bush administration to send more nominees who lack the judicial temperament or record to serve in these lifetime positions.

Good. Stay fired up and share it with those spineless "moderates" who still don't get that we're in a fight for the survival of our country.

Worst. President. Ever.

I hope these historians have someone else start their cars for the next little while.

One example of why I say the above:

“He is blatantly a puppet for corporate interests, who care only about their own greed and have no sense of civic responsibility or community service. He lies, constantly and often, seemingly without control, and he lied about his invasion into a sovereign country, again for corporate interests; many people have died and been maimed, and that has been lied about too. He grandstands and mugs in a shameful manner, befitting a snake oil salesman, not a statesman. He does not think, process, or speak well, and is emotionally immature due to, among other things, his lack of recovery from substance abuse. The term is "dry drunk". He is an abject embarrassment/pariah overseas; the rest of the world hates him . . . . . He is, by far, the most irresponsible, unethical, inexcusable occupant of our formerly highest office in the land that there has ever been.”

I'm reminded of the British tabloid headline last fall that asked the day after the...ahem...election: "How can 65 million Americans be so stupid?"

Read the whole site.

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Should Dr. First lose his medical license?

Well, he has publicly violated his Hipocratic Oath, and traded it for a Hypocritical Oath.

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Here you go, Dr. First, a new outfit to go with your new shoes*

Ex-KKK leader's robes bring $6,000 at Michigan auction

Ron Lehr, 49, a contractor from Howell who identified himself as a Klan sympathizer, placed the winning bid on the two black Klan robes. He paid $6,000 for them but told The New York Times that he would have paid "whatever it took."

The sale also included pins, clothing, papers, photos and jewelry. A letter to Miles from the late Alabama Gov. George Wallace brought $100. Among the many books sold was a copy of Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf."
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(*Remember last week, Dr. First blocked traffic to spend nearly $600 on two pairs of shoes, and got protested by patriots opposed to his Social Security scam. He came outside in his sock feet to speak to protestors and reporters. What an asshole.)

"Shut up, bitch. I'm more chrixtain than you are!" How true.

"James Dobson: Who does he think he is, questioning my conservative credentials?" Sen. Trent Lott, R-Miss., said in an interview.

Dobson, head of the conservative group Focus on the Family, criticized Lott for his efforts to forge a compromise in the fight over the judges. Lott is still angry. "Some of his language and conduct is quite un-Christian, and I don't appreciate it," the senator said.

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Just wait till the NEW one comes out

America is really getting sick of King Goerge's shit

New CNN/USAT/Gallup, shown on CNN now -

"Do you approve or disapprove of the way George W. Bush is handling his job as president?"

Approve 46% (50%)
Disapprove 50% (45%)

"... the economy?"

Approve 40% (43%)
Disapprove 58% (53%)

"... the situation in Iraq?"

Approve 40% (42%)
Disapprove 56% (55%)

"... Social Security?"

Approve 33% (35%)
Disapprove 59% (58%)

Meanwhile, "controversial" Howard Dean has become slightly more popular. The question was last asked in February.

"As I read each name, please say if you have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of these people -- or if you have never heard of them. How about Howard Dean?"

Favorable 35% (31%)
Unfavorable 33% (38%)
Never heard of/no opinion 32% (31%)

And here's the best one of all, a question last asked in October.
"Do you think the country would be better off if the Republicans controlled Congress, or if the Democrats controlled Congress?"

Republicans 36% (41%)
Democrats 47% (45%)

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"Freedom fries" dude regrets saying it, chastises King Goerge on holy war

He's the only teachable rethuglicon in the land. But in the end, he's still a rethuglicon.

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Nothing you say or write is safe from international "Echelon" network

Go to page two, after the Enron stuff, which is bad enough.

"Since World War II, a five-nation consortium of the United States, Canada, Britain, Australia and New Zealand have cooperated in a vast communications collection and analysis program called Echelon, for example, one that has assumed increasing importance since the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001."

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We call them fascists because they are

VR-WC defends, well, an actual nazi. And a racist.

Jacques Pluss was a history professor at Fairleigh Dickinson University. In his spare time, he affiliated with the National Socialist Movement, which bills itself as "America's Nazi Party." As a result, he was fired. Afterwards, Pluss went on the NSM's radio show, "White Viewpoint," to denouce FDU as a "Jewish plutocratic university." While he was at it, he called the school's basketball team, "nigger to the core."

Now David Horowitz has taken up his cause.

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Is this why Osama attacked the WTC?

No worries now that Karzai okayed the oil pipeline deal.

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This is what King Goerge said he'd veto

DeGette and Castle deliberately framed their bill so as to minimize opposition. It would permit research only on the estimated 8,000 embryos that already are discarded each year as unneeded surplus by in vitro fertilization clinics around the country.

It would require informed consent by the donors and ban any buying or selling of the embryos. And, the sponsors say, it includes clear ethical guidelines for all such research -- something that the government does not now provide.

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GOP: "Don't ask the people what they believe about stem cells; TELL them what they believe."

"What do you think we built this vast, right-wing conspiracy for?"

Some Republicans Angered They Weren't Warned About Polling of Constituents on Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research

Is the entire GOP unravelling?

I started saying in 1993 that the best thing that could happen to America in the long run would be for the rethuglicons to control the White House and both houses of Congress for two terms. It'd hurt in the short run, but only this way would they reveal who they really were and what they really wanted to do to our country. I was right, but I ain't happy about it.

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"He hate me"

It's the only possible reason anyone would have to investigate crooks like DeLay. Abramoff and Norquist, who claims McCain hates him.

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Three months? That's all?

Yeah, and NEWSWEEK is why they hate us.

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Don't they know about the mandate that validated King Goerge's holy war for oil?

Don't they know God is on our side and told King Goerge to lie and alienate the entire planet?

They must since all they get to hear over there is Der Ruschkopf and FAUXNEWS. Still...

DESERTION HUGE PROBLEM IN GULF WAR II

The most recent Pentagon figures suggest that 5133 troops remain missing from duty. Of these, 2376 are sought by the Army, 1410 by the Navy, 1297 by the Marines and 50 by the Air Force. Some have been missing for decades.

But campaigners say the true figure of those who have gone Awol could be much, much higher. Staff who run a volunteer hotline to help desperate soldiers and new recruits looking to get out or else having discovered at basic training that military life is not for them, say the number of calls has increased by 50 per cent since 9/11. Last year alone, the GI Rights Hotline received more than 30,000 calls. At the moment the hotline is receiving up to 3000 calls a month and the volunteers say that by the time a soldier or new recruit dials the help line he or she has almost always decided to get out by one means or another.

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Even officers see through King Goerge's hogwash and want out of his holy crusade for fiberty and oil

Here's what the spinners will say: "We're glad to take credit for a booming economy which lures our best and brightest into the binniss world." But we all know that's crap.


Officers Plot Exit Strategy

Many young lieutenants and captains, key leaders in combat, are deciding against Army careers in light of the open-ended war on terrorism.
Last year, Army lieutenants and captains left the service at an annual rate of 8.7% — the highest since 2001. Pentagon officials say they expect the attrition rate to improve slightly this year. Yet interviews with several dozen military officers revealed an undercurrent of discontent within the Army's young officer corps that the Pentagon's statistics do not yet capture.

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Is the Army sanctioning rape now the way the Air Force has for a long time?

Recruiter charged with raping applicant. Yeah, that'll make her want to enlist. He should have become a drill sergeant. They have access to 40 at a time.

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"Ooo, they love to dance a little sidestep*"

White House bobs and weaves over space weapons stories.

(*From The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas)

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Homeland Security: Cash cow stars in a black comedy

" Your idea."

All that money has created the Washington equivalent of a Turkish bazaar. Almost every week, government-sponsored conferences lure all kinds of businesses with hopeful slogans about protection and security. One such conference, back in February, boasted on its website, "It could be your idea that helps shape the priorities for securing our country."

In April, at a technology convention, dozens of exhibitors jammed into a corner of the Washington, D.C., convention center dubbed the Homeland Security Pavilion, peddling everything from software that allows first responders to check the FBI's criminal databases on their BlackBerrys to secure ID cards carrying a scan of the iris of an employee's eye. "This whole thing feels very personal and emotional now," said David Chung, director of business development at Fortress Technologies, a wireless security company in Oldsmar, Fla. "All our work-- all this activity --could ultimately go toward saving someone's life."

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Fort Apache--Iraq

Unfortunately, it'll be manned by F Troop.

US military to build four giant new bases in Iraq in preparation for...withdrawal? Well, at least poor, little Halliburton will make a few bucks to help them through the hard times ahead.

US military commanders are planning to pull back their troops from Iraq's towns and cities and redeploy them in four giant bases in a strategy they say is a prelude to eventual withdrawal.


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Sunday, May 22, 2005

BREAKING NEWS: Theo-fascists cave on "nucular option," instant civil war tears GOP apart before our very eyes

Constitution preserved and, boy, are the theo-fascists pissed!

So much for Dr. First's presidential fantasies.

The VR-WC will spin this twelve ways from Sunday, but make no mistake, this is a BIG WIN for Reid and the Democrats. And, well, for all of us.

One report hints that Owen, that awful judge from Texas, will be defeated by a bi-partisan vote. They probably don't want that aspect of the deal to get out. See what happens with her.

This is already fomenting a very entertaining civil war within the GOP. Let's hope the Dems (I no longer include Liebermann) know how to exploit this win.

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No "nucular option" for now.

"Officials from both parties said the agreement would clear the way for yes or no votes on some of Bush’s nominees but make no guarantee.

Under the agreement, Democrats would pledge not to filibuster any of Bush’s future appeals court or Supreme Court nominees except in “extraordinary circumstances.”

For their part, Republicans agreed not to support an attempt to strip Democrats of their right to block votes."

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Sunday Edition: If These Be Christians...

Gandhi said, "Were it not for christians, I might be one."

UPDATE
http://abc26.trb.com/
wgno-fourtharrest051905,0,302052.story?coll=wgno-home-1

Want to bet he's a Baptist?

The former pastor told deputies he had been having sex with children for many years and "also educated the children as to how to perform sexual acts with each other and with animals," Carpenter said.

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Hystery from the chrixtain time machine

I've been right for 30 years! They DO want one official church!

Jan LaRue of CWA finally admits it on tape.

"There used to be state churches. If you didn't like it, you moved to another state.*" Okay, how about this: You go to the church you like, I'll do the same. If you don't like that arrangement, YOU move to another state, you old-world, fascist harridan.

(*Yes, a hundred years before the Constitution was written. America's first settlers came here to escape official religion, mostly the Church of England, but in other countries, too. Sadly, official religion followed them, which is why the First Amendment says what it says: "Congress shall make no law respecting the freedom of religion." The founding fathers expressly forbade a Church of America, and rightly so. What could be clearer?)

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One more reason to be glad the rethuglicons are compassionate chrixtains

Imagine what fascist asshole bullies they'd be otherwise.

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How did a christian college turn out so many young people who hate God, America, fiberty...and look French?

"But anti-Bush ads that ran in the local newspaper, protests outside the (graduation) event and buttons worn on graduates' robes made clear that many students and faculty objected to Bush's policies."

King Goerge tries to be Bob Hope at commencement.

http://releases.usnewswire.com/GetRelease.asp?id=47772

Dead a year and a half, Hope is still funnier. And smarter.


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Why did the Alabama chrixtain Coalition take money from gamblers?

Coalition denials have worn thin

Despite years of denials on the part of the leadership of the Alabama Christian Coalition, it is becoming increasingly obvious that the organization used out-of-state gambling money to finance its efforts to kill gambling legislation in Alabama.

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Why are they "affluent evangelicals" and not "chrixtain elite?"

They got the TIMES to call the Ivy League "secular elite." How does this name-calling work, anyhow? And why do they get to "reclaim" everything for Jesus when they care nothing about evangelism and everything about cancervatism, which is a mental disorder?

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Theo-fascists are above the law. Just ask 'em.

Ever since he witnessed an AIDS-awareness presentation at a Houston-area high school that went into explicit detail about how condoms could prevent the spread of the disease, the Rev. Rick Scarborough has been the kind of dedicated activist the G.O.P. has to thank for much of its current dominance. Since that day in 1992, Scarborough, 55, has believed that "Christians have a moral responsibility in this country to be involved in politics." For most of the past decade, the outspoken Baptist minister from Texas has used his pulpit to help elect conservative judges and politicians.

And yet somehow, he still has his tax-exempt status. Hmmm...

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Remain a virgin, or die!

Ah, the compassion of the chrixtain wrong.

Imagine a vaccine that would protect women from a serious gynecological cancer. Wouldn't that be great? Well, both Merck and GlaxoSmithKline recently announced that they have conducted successful trials of vaccines that protect against the human papilloma virus. HPV is not only an incredibly widespread sexually transmitted infection but is responsible for at least 70 percent of cases of cervical cancer, which is diagnosed in 10,000 American women a year and kills 4,000.

Wonderful, you are probably thinking, all we need to do is vaccinate girls (and boys too for good measure) before they become sexually active, around puberty, and HPV -- and, in thirty or forty years, seven in ten cases of cervical cancer -- goes poof.

Not so fast: We're living in God's country now. The Christian right doesn't like the sound of this vaccine at all. "Giving the HPV vaccine to young women could be potentially harmful," Bridget Maher of the Family Research Council told the British magazine New Scientist, "because they may see it as a license to engage in premarital sex."

Raise your hand if you think that what is keeping girls virgins now is the threat of getting cervical cancer when they are 60 from a disease they've probably never heard of.

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Before that bitch, Eve, gave us Original Sin, the T-rex was a vegetarian

The chrixtain Museum of Earth Hystery proves it. Oh, and Noah dropped off dinosaurs all over China and the Americas before the Ark nestled onto its final resting place.

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Okay, here goes again. There is zero evidence of the existence of magic in all recorded history. On the other hand, we have mountains of evidence of the existence of science--math, chemistry, physics. So which is more likely, that God is a wizard or a scientist? I say scientist, which means the laws of science apply equally to chrixtain knuckleheads as well as the rest of us. Unless, of course, there's chrixtain gravity which lets them weigh less than us infidels.

Meet the GOP

It's clear why psychologists say cancervatism is a mental disorder...as if we didn't already know that. The party is made up of pedophiles, animal-lovers, rapists, criminals and adulterers. All chrixtain, of course.

Do pass this along to everyone you know.

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Bloody Uzbekistan's importance to King Goerge's non-crusade crusade

And why Karimov escaped regime change.

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King Goerge's history with bloody Uzbekistan and criminal Enron

Note the last line in the letter from Kenny Boy that lays out the "friendship between Texas and Uzbekistan."

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Why does NEWSWEEK keep stirring up hatred of the US?

No, wait, this is from the USMC page on a DoD website. Don't you know the Israelis, and Jews and muslims everywhere, appreciate King Goerge's non-crusade crusade a lot more now. (For bigger view of the main gun's barrel, hold your cursor in the lower right-hand corner until the "enlarge" button appears.)

Yes, the Marines cleared this picture for release.

http://www.usmc.mil/marinelink/image1.nsf/
ae82f18a8e1b160b852568ba007e7e5e/
77e72f035f54cf1185257005003fe147

The story they ran with the picture.

http://www.marines.mil/marinelink/mcn2000.nsf/
lookupstoryref/20055187145

Saddam still not actually charged with anything

How would you like having your home confiscated, then being kidnapped and imprisoned for a year and a half without being charged?

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Pat Buchanan wants to put a magazine on trial for sedition

I saw put him on trial for spreading raw sewage.

He's always been a lunatic. He's totally 'round the bend now. Oh, and still a draft-dodging chickenhawk, too.

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Get 'em, Howard

Dean tells Der Ruschkopf and Shrill O'Really? to jump in the lake.

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I still don't know what to make of McCain

Now he's differing with Dr. First...on FAUXNEWS, for Pete's sake. I guess the 2008 campaign just got kicked off.

Much more of import.

Now we're Great White sharks wanting to bite DeLay

I actually take this as a compliment. Sharks, as you know, never attack out of malice, only for food or self-defense.

I also took it as a compliment last year when they said we were wolves. Well, wolves are beautiful creatures, they have never attacked a human, and they stick together loyally in a pack for survival among such predators as armed men. So if I'm a wolf or a shark, my only menace is from rethuglicons...the ones who always attack first, then blame it on us.

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