Saturday, February 25, 2006

God's man in the White House admits Iraq is a "serious situation"'s one of the two wars Spawn Insannity said Bush already won...Was he lying or just wrong?

He has accomplished one mission.

Alaska official covers up Diebold theft of 2004 election

Cites "security" concerns. For his payola.

Frist to Bush's rescue in Portgate?

But I thought Chimpy McFlightSuit was, as Rove said, "totally adamant..."

VIDEO: Autistic high schooler scores 20 points in 4 minutes of basketball

Spoiled brat snots like Bode Miller and Michelle Kwan think they're hot $#!+. They could learn everything from this kid and his entire school.

Theofascist Coultergeist, Der Ruschkopf fans get what's coming to them

Who do you think these young Kompassionate Kancervative Krixtains voted for in every election?

Feds put House criminals on notice

Who'd have expected such a warning from Bush's Justice Dept? And why the warning? Why don't they just round 'em all up and send 'em to Gitmo?

The Justice Department has a message for Congress: clean up your house or else we may have to do it for you. A senior federal law enforcement official told TIME that the paralyzed and often lax House ethics committee has created a vacuum that prosecutors won't hesitate to fill. The House’s internal mechanism for keeping corruption in check is “broken,” says the official.

Ohio is a cesspool of republican corruption

All republicans are criminals. How can anyone claiming to be a christian vote for those people?

COLUMBUS — Tom Noe was so eager to become a Bush “Pioneer” that he used a pair of former top aides to Gov. Bob Taft to launder campaign contributions to the President’s re-election bid, documents released yesterday by prosecutors show.

H. Douglas Talbott told investigators last summer that he and Doug Moormann took part in Mr. Noe’s alleged scheme in October, 2003, to illegally funnel money into the President’s campaign.

As a reward for their fund-raising efforts, Mr. Noe gained the elite fund-raising status and an invitation to a White House Christmas party, and Mr. Talbott had his photo taken with the President, Mr. Talbott said.

Mr. Talbott and Mr. Moormann, also aides to former Gov. George Voinovich, were convicted on ethics violations yesterday for failing to report money they were given from Mr. Noe. Documents released by prosecutors detailing their probe into the former aides — although heavily redacted because of ongoing investigations — provided new details about Mr. Noe’s generosity toward public officials and his eagerness to curry favor with all levels of government.


Al-qaeda claims to have infiltrated UAE government three years ago

So naturally Bush wants them to own our sea ports. Still happy God put him in office?

Theofascist busted for smuggling submachine guns into Uganda

Puts a different spin on "christian soldiers," don't it?

… Major-General Kale Kayihura, Inspector General of Police, told a news conference Waldron was suspected of links to a group in neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and "planned to set up a political party here based on Christian principles."…

William F. Buckley hates America at least as much as Howard Dean does

"An important and long-overlooked point about the depravity, corruption and truly un-American impulses which define so many Bush followers is revealed by a comparison of these two statements:" (Click headline, scroll down.)

Will they start prosecuting us for sedition over excercising First Amendment rights?

Theofascists don't care about the unborn. They only care about power.

Cruella de Ville caught lying again

All republicans are criminals. That's why they're republicans.

Katherine Harris didn't know the guy who took her to lunch and asked for an inside track to a defense contract had donated illegal money to her war chest. Yeah, right.

RIP, Barn

Barney was Andy's best friend. Would you be?

FLASHBACK to Jan 4: Bush proclaims Iraqis will take even more responsibility in 2006

His independent Iraqi battalions are right up there with Hitler's invisible divisions in 1945.

Bush gives Afghans fiberty, greedom and lemocracy

Except for those forgotten "enemy combatants" who just languish underground.

Theofascists occupy Arizona colleges

It's the most recent battle--and victory--in their war on knowledge.

Compassionate cancervatism has alienated seniors instead of hornswaggling them into voting for republicans

The hideous complexity of President Bush's prescription drug program has reduced elderly Americans -- and their children -- to tears of bewildered frustration. The multiple options when you sign up, each with its own multiple ceilings and co-payments; the second round of red tape when you actually want to acquire some pills; the ludicrously complex and arbitrary standards of eligibility, which play a cruel and pointless game of hide-and-seek as they lurch up and down the graph paper like drunks. Suddenly a mystery is solved: So this must be what he means by "compassionate conservatism."

Thus Bush's only major domestic accomplishment in six years as president has not achieved its intended purpose of cementing the affection of senior citizens for the Republican Party. Many Republicans are sobbing with frustration, too. It is one thing to put aside your principles and spend hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars on the largest expansion of the welfare state since the Great Society if it is going to help you win elections (so you can pursue your dream of smaller government). It is another to sell your soul and not get anything for it. No one looks more foolish than a failed cynic.


How Bush and the rest of the Leninist neocons destroyed the American dream

Fifty years ago, there was limitless optimism. Now we just hope the country can stay afloat until the November mid-terms.

Friday, February 24, 2006

Hope for a Constitutional democracy: Diebold finally getting nationwide bad press

Our votes actually may matter again this November.

REMINDER: Dumsfeld began planning on afternoon of 9-11 to hit Saddam

Remember: Leninist neocons wanted to attack Iraq at least as early as 1998.

This is not brand new information, but we appreciate this blogger's work at getting so much that backs up what we already knew.

The Daily Show: "Your Tax Dollars At War"

$2083 per taxpayer so far.

FAUXNEWZ celebrates Iraq's non-civil war civil war

It's not a civil war. But if it turns into one, they think it'll be a good thing. (When we called it a civil war, we were traitors.)

From BuzzFlash

After all the lies, money and KIAs, no Iraqi battalions can operate independently

First it was ten. Then it was 40. Then 75 battalions had been fully trained and equipped to fight "insurgents" on their own. In fact, none can do it. Zero.

H&R Block busted for lying about earnings

Now they must "restate" their earnings and pay $32 million in back taxes. What, no penalties? You and I would have to pay them.

UAE sheik donated AT LEAST $1 million to Bush41 library

Or what passes for a library in Texas.

CNN dumbass: "Non-civil war civil war in Iraq proves Bush is always right about everything"

The robotic cult leader worship these days is truly unbelievable, isn't it?

Texas republicans worship DeLay, call him secessionist traitor Stonewall Jackson

And he's just like a lieutenant who fought in WWI. Just like him. (Actually, all they got right was the secessionist traitor part.)

Oh, NOW republicans care about the Constitution

Only in the parallel universe of Kancervatron: Libby says indicting him is unconstitutional.

They're secretly working to turn California into a redcoat state

But they can't do it without Schwarzenator's help.

South Dakota surrenders to theofascists, becomes occupied Vichy state

Pay attention: Rove v Wade is about much more than abortion. At the core of the debate is the fact that theofascists want the gubmnt to stop telling you how to live so televangelists (and AMradiotalkinghead bullies) can do it all by themselves.

Libruls="moonbats*," republican rebels=brave patriots

They're starting to say what we've said all along, but somehow they're courageous and we're just anti-Bush Bush-bashers who hate Bush because we're angry and full of hate.

(*I still have no idea what that means.)

US christian leaders apologize to World Council of Churches for failing to oppose Goof War II

I hope they learned the lesson and won't be shouted down by theofascist bullies in the future.

Recovering neocon admits liberal approach to spreading democracy works, Bush's Leninist approach doesn't

And explains why Bush caused Iraq's non-civil war civil war.

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Dubai backs down to ease pressure on Leninist Bush

They must not know that Leninist Bush is, as Rove said, "Totally adamant." As opposed to just, plain, "Adamant."

Big Brother knows you're reading this

Your email is no longer safe. No one is safe in Bush's Amerika.

In Bush's Amerika, only Bush cronies may prosecute Bush criminals

Libby's trial lawyers say Fitz must go.

Theofascists closer to occupying South Carolina and seceding again

(Feb. 22) - From his rural home near Lodi, Calif., Cory Burnell keeps close watch over the news from South Carolina, and he likes what he sees.

Turning the state into a promised land for conservative Christians will be easier than he had thought, he says.

Burnell, a 30-year-old financial adviser and founder of Christian Exodus, believes thousands of religious conservatives across the USA agree with him when he says their influence on government is diluted by liberals and Republicans who have failed to do what mainstream Americans elected them to do.

The answer he came up with in late 2003: Move like-minded Christians to one state: South Carolina.

Atheist, libruljunkscientists keep learning, theoscientists oppose learning

Theoscientists say Earth is 6000 years old. Actual scientists learn from discovery of 164 million-year-old Jurassic beaver.

Bush crime family, Carlyle Group, UAE are "longtime companions"

They've done everything but buy matching flannel shirts. See the video from Lou Dobbs.

The Bush crime family's pact with the devil still infecting America and the world

At least they're making lots of money.

The Bush family has always had a deal with the devil.
As Kevin Phillips, the man who originally crafted the GOP "Southern Strategy" for Nixon, told BuzzFlash, the Bush family only excels at two things: corporate cronyism and stealing elections.


Bush: "Opposing me on ports deal is giving Kool Aid and comforters to anemones"

"Just because the UAE lets terists come and go at will doesn't mean their money's no good."

Falwell, other theofascists, plan stealth invasion of Israel

When Kompassionate Kancervative Krixtains move into the Holy Land, Israelis are the first people who should be afraid.

Bush: "Insurgents are doing everything they can to foment what is NOT a civil war"

And if it turns into one, it's Clinton's fault.

REMINDER: Neocons are Leninists

So says a recovering, and possibly even repentent, neocon.

Leninist Bush still adamant about illegal ports deal

He's a sociopath. He wouldn't care about the deal if it was legal.

Are you a "race traitor?"

I'm sure these fine, upstanding, Kompassionate Kancervative Krixtains would say I am.

Bush's Amerika is fertile ground for neo-Nazis, skinheads, white supremacists

9-11 Commission's Report ties Osama to UAE

And a lot more credibly than Bush and the entire vast, right-wing conspiracy tied Saddam to 9-11.

REPORT: Katrina failures were fault of entire Bush administration

No one person is to blame. They all failed miserably.

To everyone who voted for Bush: Did God still put him in the White House?

Was it really God's plan in 2000 to turn the entire world upside down?

Bush: "Sunnis and Shi'ites are killing each other, but it's not a civil war"

There's nothing civil about killing.

Fiberty, greedom and lemocracy are on the march, thanks to Bush's invasion. All those purple fingers are better than carpets of flowers.

"Only four GIs died yesterday," Cheney said. "So, see? I was right a year ago. The insurgents are in their last throes."

Bush: "130 people died in Iraq yesterday, but it's not a civil war"

If the media didn't remind them to fight each other, they'd probably forget.

Bush: "Shia shrine blown up, but it's not a civil war"

We're letting them kill each other over there so we don't have to let them kill each other over here.

"Not just NO- but HELL NO!"

Will the FCC Indecency Police go after this North Carolina republican for cursing on her website? Or will they get her for opposing Bush on the port deal?

Bush: "Outsourcing has its benefits"

For CEOs. For everybody else...not so much.

More Proof*: Diebold e-voting machines are definitely rigged

*As if we needed any more.

Why do they have wireless data transfer ports?

IrDA Protocol Can 'Totally Compromise System' Without Detection, Warns Federal Voting Standards Website
So far, no state or federal authority -- to our knowledge -- has dealt with this alarming security threat

Florida 2004 was rigged for Leninist Bush

Bush says UAE not a security threat

But then, this is the guy who said Iraq wasa security threat.

Why did brand new and unknown intelligence agency oversee ports deal?

Even Bush's rubber-stamp Congress is superfluous these days.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A deal that allows an Arab-owned company in Dubai to manage six major U.S. ports was scrutinized for security risks by an obscure intelligence agency that has existed for only four months, American officials said on Wednesday.

The Intelligence Community Acquisition Risk Centre, or CARC, overseen by the office of intelligence chief John Negroponte, was asked by the government committee that vets foreign investments in the United States to look into the ports deal soon after it came to its attention in early November.

U.S. officials approved the sale of British-based P&O to Dubai Ports World of the United Arab Emirates on January 16, giving the Arab-owned firm a green light to take over port operations in New York, New Jersey, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Orleans and Miami.

Bush's Morality Police: Lies,hatespeech=good, boobs=bad, very bad

FCC doesn't want "celebrities" to say the F-word, but the entire vast, right-wing conspiracy is good to go with their daily loads of lies, hatespeech.

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

In Bush's Amerika, violating an ex-Marine's First Amendment rights is now "neighborhood improvement"

Neighborhood Association makes him take down "anti-Bush" sign. Blames him for what vandals (aka their kids) did.

Never forget that it was those wonderful Leninist neocons at PNAC who screwed up the entire world

Thank those who voted for any republican since 2000 for putting the Leninists in a position to do all this wonderful stuff.

Bush's secret deal with the UAE was a doozy

Condo: "We don't care which other countries own ours, so long as we get paid."

How can someone as smart as Condo be so stupid?

In her State Department, only Bush cult-leader worship loyalty matters.

How Leninist neocons sabotaged Iran's help on al-qaeda

Dummy, you're still doing a heckuva job.

Hatchback Mountain: "No, believe THIS lie, not THAT lie about Saddam and 9-11"

Hatchback "clarifies" lie about 9-11 with new lie.

Bingo! We run Arab ports, Arabs run our ports

It's beginning to make sense.

But if Bush never heard of the port deal until yesterday, why did he appoint the guy who negotiated it?

Bush's "administration" ignored law while putting together the port deal

Who are these people, and why doesn't Bush know what they're doing?

Republicans are selling America to highest bidders

These are the superpatriots? The only people who can keep us safe?

New lie: Bush unaware of ports deal until "his administration" had finished the deal

Who is "his administration?" Is Cheney still the real president?

If Bush didn't sell our ports to the UAE, who did?

Leninist Bush puts "global trading system" over national security

The details are oozing out.

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

RNC's Guide to Identifying Treason

And, of course, traitors.

Anything other than, "Sieg, heil!" is treason.

Slicing Away Liberty: 1933 Germany, 2006 Amerika

Others are finally understanding what I've been telling them for 35 years.

The people who used to warn us about Big Brother are the very ones who voted for the actual Big Brother.

9-11 delayed Goof War II

Future historians already have much of the raw data they'll need to chronicle Leninist Bush's lies and incompetence.

Eyewitnesses Peel Back Lies on War Debate
by Jay Bookman

A hundred years from now, historians will still be regaling readers with the all-too-true tales of ignorance, arrogance, dishonesty and outright incompetence that drove our nation to invade Iraq. As stories go, nothing in our country's previous 225 years of history quite matches it. And for our children's sake, we better hope that nothing in our future comes close to it, either


First Amendment no longer applies to veterans

Especially if they're brown-skinned college students.

Khan, a Pakistani-American and a U.S. Air Force veteran, was arrested on September 29, 2005 at a GMU student center after positioning himself several feet from a military recruiting table. He wore a small sign reading “Recruiters Tell Lies” taped to his chest and held leaflets to give to individuals who requested them.

Despite harassment from fellow students, Khan remained quiet. When told by a GMU official that he needed a permit to “table” in the area, Khan responded that he was not using a table, but merely standing quietly and expressing his opinion.

After refusing to move, Khan was handcuffed by campus police, dragged to a police vehicle, and transported to a Fairfax County police facility where he was booked for trespass and disorderly conduct. The ACLU of Virginia provided legal representation, and all charges against Khan were dropped.

“This scenario is almost hard to imagine in a nation built on the principle of free speech,” said ACLU of Virginia executive director Kent Willis.

“This was a lone student standing in public space at a state university peaceably expressing his opinion against a government policy,” added Willis. “If that’s not protected by the First Amendment, then one has to wonder what is.”

Nothing is protected anymore. No one is safe.

Somebody make Bush stop lying

Especially about tax cuts. Doesn't he believe we do our own homework?

If Bush had been captain of the Titannic, he'd have told the passengers the hull was intact, there was no iceberg, the water was 91 degrees, and it was high noon.

Neocon architect gives Kool Aid and comforters to anemones

Regrets Goof War II. Says, "Pull it down." Admits Bush is a Leninist.

Mr Fukuyama, one of the US's most influential public intellectuals, concludes that "it seems very unlikely that history will judge either the intervention [in Iraq] itself or the ideas animating it kindly".

Going further, he says the movements' advocates are Leninists who "believed that history can be pushed along with the right application of power and will. Leninism was a tragedy in its Bolshevik version, and it has returned as farce when practised by the United States".

CNN's Kagan dumps OxyContinBoy

If she's all that fabulous, why was she with Der Ruschkopf for two years? (Scroll down.)

The Music of the Right

"Papa's Got a Brand New Baghdad," among others.

Compassionate Cancervatism on the rampage: Bush says only whites should vote in Georgia

Must show ID to vote. Are we really back to that?

While President Bush proclaims his support for democracy around the world, his Justice Department is busy stifling it here at home. The Department of Justice recently approved Georgia’s plan to force voters to show a state-issued ID that can be obtained in only 59 of the state’s 159 counties, none of which are in the six counties with the highest percentage of African Americans.

This is especially troubling because of the apparent racist motivations of the bill’s backers. The chief sponsor of Georgia’s bill told the Justice Department that “if there are fewer black voters because of this bill, it will only be because there is less opportunity for fraud.” Even the Justice Department’s own experts believe this will disenfranchise eligible voters.

Everything we know is wrong

The first Americans were French? Or Spanish. (Do the Sioux, Cherokee and Choctaw leaders know this?)

More proof God really is a neocon

Why didn't God send me? Or mention this to me? I talk to Him all the time, and to this day, narry a word about any of this.

William Tierney, the former United Nations weapons inspector who unveiled the so-called "Saddam Tapes" at a conference in Arlington, Virginia, Saturday, told National Review Online that God directed him to weapons sites in Iraq and that his belief in the importance of one particular site was strengthened when a friend told him that she had a vision of the site in a dream.

Cheney's Just A Big Bowl Of Bad

Letterman gets it right again.

Republicans cannot not lie

They're all pathological sociopaths. All of them. They even lie to each other.

Torture debates are lies, wrapped in spin, in a barrel of bull$#!+.

Ministry of Trooth erases known history

Files already published and photocopied are now secret. What is Bush hiding from us this time?

One reclassified document in Mr. Aid's files, for instance, gives the C.I.A.'s assessment on Oct. 12, 1950, that Chinese intervention in the Korean War was "not probable in 1950." Just two weeks later, on Oct. 27, some 300,000 Chinese troops crossed into Korea. (NYT)

How much money is Dubai putting directly into Bush's pocket?

Immune to all laws, Bush just shrugs off objections to putting terist sponsors in charge of port security.

One theory is that Bush will veto efforts to stop the plan, allowing republican Congressmen up for re-election this year to override it and look tough. But they're still the people who kissed Bush's feet for five years.

Latest call for impeachment: Harper's

Like it can happen with the criminals in charge of Congress.

Our wacko, fundamentalist regime=good, Iraq's identical regime=bad, very bad

Something about the goose and the gander...

US threatens to cut aid to Iraq if new government is sectarian

The US and Britain are pressuring Iraq's dominant Shia community to relinquish two key ministries in negotiations for a new government, as the country was hit by a wave of bombings that killed at least 24 people.

The US ambassador to Iraq, Zalmay Khalilzad, warned yesterday that Washington might cut aid to the Iraqis if the new government included sectarian politicians, pointing out that the US had spent "billions" in building up the police and the army.


Open letter to every living republican: Stop lying to us!

Orin Hatchback dredges up long-discredited lie that Saddam was in on 9-11. They really do believe we don't take notes.

"Nobody denies that [Saddam Hussein] was supporting al-Qaeda…Well, I shouldn’t say nobody. Nobody with brains."

What the bi-partisan 9-11 commission said about Saddam Hussein’s relationship with al-Qaeda:

The Sept. 11 commission reported yesterday that it has found no “collaborative relationship” between Iraq and al Qaeda, challenging one of the Bush administration’s main justifications for the war in Iraq.

Sunday, February 19, 2006

Theofascists pretend to be upset with Pat Robertson

For revealing who they really are. Never fear, it's just election year posturing. They always run against their true selves when their president is a ruptured duck. Ol' Pat will be their hero again by December.

Michael Crichton's next novel: "Make Mine Neat: The Great Lakes Have Never Frozen Over In Winter"

Only librul junkscientists want you to believe otherwise.

("Neat" means a drink with no ice.)

Some don't want terist sponsors in charge of security at overseas ports

Can't imagine why.

Bush doesn't negotiate with terists. He just gives them everything they want. (A war, a reason to recruit, on
and on.)

"Bush is insane!"
So says 9-11 dad and lifelong republican.

Cheney, not Bush, ordered Flight 93 shot down on 9-11

Right call, wrong guy. It was Bush's call, Cheney violated Constitution. Again.

It's old people's fault they're getting screwed by Bush's drug plan

Just like getting shot was Whittington's fault.

It depends on what your definition of, "A," is

When Cheney said he had "a" beer, did he have "one" beer, or more on top of all his meds? No one will say.

Republicans were for ethics reform before they were against it

They'll get around to it any minute now.

Frist declares himself lawyer, Constitution expert

"Knows" illegal spying on law-abiding citizens is Constitutional. So, there.

Gore speaks truth, gets attacked, lied about

SOP for the vast, right-wing conspiracy.

If it's true, is it still librul?

The Case of the Disappearing Trillion Dollars.

It's okay to abuse your power over something you don't like

Two DeptHomeSec thugs reassigned after bullying library patrons.

Terist explosion in Alaska!

Residents fight off attacks with .22 rifles. Send in Cheney and his shotgun!

They're off the endangered species list, and it's open season.

Theofascism: A Primer

Cult leader worship: Now they're fasting for Bush. Some are little better than those who followed Charles Manson.

RANCH OWNER-"The VP just shot a guy. We have it under control." SHERIFF-"Yes, ma'am."

Republicans have been killing helpless little animals in canned hunts at the Armstrong Ranch for decades. Some in Texas call it a rite of passage.