Saturday, March 25, 2006

All republicans are liars

Katherine Harris passionately swore she'd use her inherited millions to win the Senate seat God wants her to have. Except that now she won't.

Bush kept New Hampshire Democrats from voting in 2002

Must have been because we were at war, or something.

Note to Bush: Let people go ahead and vote, and then trust Diebold to take care of things for you.

Hollywood finally stands up to Bush

Lots of America-hatin' movies in the pipeline.

Just a random thought: Cancervatives call us communists while living in red states and using the word, "red," in their blog titles, and such. Given that Bush and his neocon friends are Leninists, does anyone else see any irony here? But then, they've always accused us of what they're doing, so why stop now?

National security: Terrist state Dubai=good, Israel=bad, very bad

A leading Israeli software company abandoned its plans Thursday to buy a smaller U.S. rival in a $225 million deal because of national security objections by the Bush administration.
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. in Ramat Gan, Israel, formally withdrew its proposal near the conclusion of a rare, full-blown investigation by a U.S. review panel over the company's plans to buy a smaller rival, Sourcefire Inc.

Check Point had been told U.S. officials feared the transaction could endanger some of government's most sensitive computer systems.

FBI agent found with three .22s in the head

That will be a headline someday soon.

FBI Agent Says 9/11 Plot Was Within Grasp

He tells the court that had Moussaoui told all he knew, 11 hijackers could have been located. 'I will testify!' the defendant shouts.

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Federal prosecutors completed their case Thursday in the sentencing trial of Zacarias Moussaoui with a former FBI agent who said that if Moussaoui had cooperated after his arrest in August 2001, 11 of the 19 hijackers could have been located fairly quickly and stopped before the terror attacks of Sept. 11.


All republicans are big, fat liars

They demanded term limits. They signed term limits pledges. Now they claim "King's X," and renege on their pledges. All republicans are liars.

Home schooling needs to add courses on lying, cheating, rudeness, ethics, plagiarism

New American Bushido Code based on Bush worship

All home schools teach right now is superiority and separatism. In that parallel universe, lying, cheating, etc are okay because they're better than we are. Kind of a New American bushido code.

In old Japan, bushido taught that conquering soldiers could torture and murder POWs for pleasure because surrendering shamed the POWs and made them subhuman.

The New American Bushido code says cancervatives are superior to everyone else and are, by definition, empowered to impugn, insult, bully and otherwise abuse inferior people they don't like. It's what Jesus taught.

Except I can't find any of that in my Bible.

America to Bush: Stop it. Just stop it. We are not at war. IRAQ is at war.

Bush invaded a country that didn't and couldn't attack us. Everybody who wanted to attack us did so and died on 9-11. No one has attacked us since then. We are not at war. Iraq is at war.

Friday, March 24, 2006

Send in the Clozapine*: FAUXNEWZ declares war on war on Easter--and everybody who's not a theofascist twit

Don't let those libruls take away the Baby Jesus' chocolate egg-laying bunny rabbit!

(*Anti-psychotic drug prescribed to treat dementia.)

History lesson: "Easter," or "Oester," is an Anglo-Saxon pagan word and holiday of fertility. I think it's safe to say none of the bunny rabbits in the Bethlehem manger laid chocolate eggs.

Ben Domenech, social cancervative: Liar, cheat, hack, plagiarist, snivvling little sissy

I was going to leave this whole affair alone since so many others have beaten the poor, little @$$hole deservedly to death. But then I realized, he was the perfect choice to represent "social cancervatives." Dishonesty is their base metal. If a "social cancervative" told me today was Friday, I'd know my calendar was wrong.

They're also bullies, but weak, pathetic, cowardly ones. They can attack with lies, but when confronted with truth about themselves, they run home to they mama so she can wipe they nose, change they diapers, and fix them some tapioca. Then they accuse those who told the truth of being mean to them.

Screw Ben Domenech and all living "social cancervatives." And the dead ones, too.

To all atheists and agnostics: There is a God, and He/She loves us. GLOBAL WARMING MAY SINK FLORIDA!

Let's hope Jebya, Cruella Deville and all the election-riggers at Diebold are still there when it happens.

As always, click image to enlarge.

Bush: "The Constitution doesn't apply to me"

Says, "I will follow the Patriot Act--or any other law--if and when I feel like it. So, there."

When President Bush renewed the revised USA Patriot Act on March 9, Congress added oversight measures intended to keep the federal government from abusing the special terrorism-related powers to search homes and secretly seize documents.

The additional provisions require law enforcement officials to safeguard all Americans' civil liberties and mandate that the Justice Department keep closer track of how often and in what situations the FBI could use the new powers, and that the administration regularly provide the information to Congress.

However, it was not known at the time that the White House added an addendum stating that the president didn't need to adhere to requirements that he inform members of Congress about how the FBI was using the Patriot Act's expanded police powers.

After the bill-signing ceremony, the White House discreetly issued a ''signing statement," an official document in which a president lays out his interpretation of a new law. In the statement, Bush said he did not consider himself bound to tell Congress how the Patriot Act's powers were being used and that, despite the law's requirements, he could withhold the information if he decided that disclosure would ''impair foreign relations, national security, the deliberative process of the executive, or the performance of the executive's constitutional duties."

In Bush's Amerika: "You're all terists"

Justice Dept "responds" to House questions on illegal wiretapping of law-abiding citizens.


The Attorney General refused to disclose how many Americans were spied upon, and declined to provide specifics on how "terrorists" are defined. Critics of the program say it is ripe for abuse and violates federal law.

Conyers calls attention to the Justice Department's answer to question 45 of the Democrats' questions. In it, the Department says it cannot rule out the possibility that the program would tap calls between individuals and their doctors or attorneys.

Theofascist cupcake somehow got into TN General Assembly

Belives only queer couples have relationship problems. And other ideas from the parallel universe of Cancervatron. Must be nice, living in a bubble. If she watched something besides "christian" news, she might know a little about the real world. For example:

Preacher's wife charged with first-degree murder.

The authorities have questioned Mary Winkler about the death of her preacher husband. What Winkler told them led them to charge her with first-degree murder.

Mary Winkler and her three daughters disappeared from Selmer, Tenn. right before the body of Matthew Winkler, her husband, was found. His body was found in the bedroom of their home by church members.

Winkler was a minister at the Fourth Street Church of Christ in Selmer.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation put out a statewide Amber Alert but didn't get many calls. Investigators figured out she was heading to southern Alabama. That’s where an Alabama police officer with a keen eye spotted Winkler and her three children.

Soon after, the TBI said 32-year-old Mary Winkler confessed to shooting and killing her husband, Matthew Winkler.

Iraq vet says looking for "good news" from Iraq is like looking for virgins in the Playboy mansion

Grunt currently trying to stay alive in Ramadi says:

"I never hear that because we all here know the good news stories are bull$#!+ and do not really affect the mission in any way. It's like this thing we keep saying here about all the new people we've recruited for the iraqi police. It leaves out the fact that my platoon was in a 40 minute gun fight with the iraqi police. So you recruited more of them ... awesome! I am sure that will make everything better. Also, they don't do ANYTHING. They don't even leave their building, and that is not an exaggeration. They don't. So what good is a billion-man police force that doesn't do anything? Also, they get almost no training. They tried to stand up some kind of mentoring initiative here using the guardsmen that are civilian cops, but it so far has fallen through. They will get set up to be killed, as is already suspected of the THREE SVBIEDs that have hit their station. Inside jobs, all. During our fight with them, we picked up the police chief (who was riding in a car that was shooting at a coalition vehicle -- an M1A1 (Abrams tank). You know how that story ends) and he was with a guy (who it turned out was his nephew) who had this radical islamic terrorist literature on him. It would be a joke if it weren't costing our lives.


More on why we don't buy Bush's version of 9-11

Neither should you. It's hogwash, and they know it.

He could die for Bush, but VA won't recognize his religion

Dead GI was a wiccan.

Next in Bush's Amerika: SWAT to bust you for drinking beer while watching TV at home

Police state? What police state? It's all God's will.

"You could hurt yourself or somebody else."

Hotel guests with no intention of driving busted to prevent them from jumping off balconies.

Better not clean your guns or carve a turkey.

Federal Treasury is ATM for Bush's friends

FEMA breaks promise on Katrina contracts

Agency will extend, not rebid, deals with politically connected firms.


FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security lie to Congress again. But then, it is more important to shovel money to Joe Albaugh, Bechtel, and other Bush campaign contributors, than it is to safeguard the taxpayers’ money and deal with fraud, isn’t it?

The federal treasury is nothing more than an ATM for Bush campaign contributors.

Bush creates biggest deficit in history, blames Democrats

When Theofascists Attack: No rules, not even honesty

God says it's okay for them to lie and take over your life.

Using bogus health facts to scare women about the "dangers" of contraception, a fledgling movement fights for a culture in which sex = procreation.


Good news from Afghanistan: GIs die for religious freedom...or something

More Good News: Not only is Afghanistan still the world's largest supplier of opium, profits are up over 400% since, as Hannity said two years ago, "Bush won this war."

Bush wants us to live in fear. We don't have to oblige him.

“Fearful people are more dependent, more easily manipulated and controlled, more susceptible to deceptively simple, strong, tough measures and hard-line postures . . . they may accept and even welcome repression if it promises to relieve their insecurities.”
--- George Gerbner (Former Dean of the Annenberg School of Communications at the University of Pennsylvania)

It is the merest truism that thought-control is unnecessary in totalitarian societies. A one-party rule and the repression of freedoms render irrelevant what people think. But in a would-be free and open society——and especially in a society that aspires to be a democracy——propaganda and thought-control are crucial to the formation of public attitudes. In a nominal democracy, such as exists today in the United States, shaping the opinions of the masses is crucial to the appearance of legitimacy for the ruling elite. The public must be guided and persuaded to ratify the policies favored by the wealthy and well connected, while insuring that the general public does not actually interfere with the policies and profits of the corporate rulers.


DON'T CALL THEM "CHRISTIANS": Theofascists are delusional, paranoid, sociopathic bullies

They can run your personal business, but you'd better stay out of theirs.

There is no Da Vinci Code! It's fiction!

Hey, folks, it's just a movie based on an adventure novel. Get some therapy, why don't you, and leave the rest of us alone. If you can't share America, you should move to Argentina with all the other confederate and nazi holdouts.

What do you really know about separation of church and state?

Take this quiz and find out.

Focus on the Family: Pretzel logic from the parallel universe of Cancervatron

In that parallel universe, a cancervative christian by definition cannot also be an anti-democracy bigot.

"Iraqi's have the right to vote. Why not Iowans? When it comes to marriage, the people of Iowa should be seen and not heard. At least that's the way Sen. Michael Gronstal would have it, as he refuses to let the people of Iowa vote on the Iowa Marriage Amendment."

Much more

As Bush and theofascists create our first official religion, Americans cheer for movie terists


Even Bush's failures have become pretexts for advancing his transformation of the American government. On March 7, for example, he issued Executive Order 13397, establishing a Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives at the Department of Homeland Security. He has already created such centers in other federal departments. Exploiting his own disastrous emergency management in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, Bush is funneling funds to churches on the Gulf Coast as though they can compensate for governmental breakdown. Last year, the White House deputy director for faith-based initiatives, David Kuo, resigned with a statement that "Republicans were indifferent to the poor" and that the White House had "minimal commitment" to "compassionate conservatism."

As Bush's melding of church and state accelerates, the faith-based turns into the reality-based. The theocratic impulse has always been about earthly power and has provoked intense and unexpected opposition. Within hours of its publication, "American Theocracy" skyrocketed to the No. 1 bestseller on Amazon. At the movie theaters, "V for Vendetta" -- a dystopian thriller in which an imaginary Britain is a metaphor for Bush's America, ruled by a totalitarian, faith-based regime, where gays are rounded up and the hero is a Guy Fawkes-like terrorist who blows up the Parliament -- is a surprise No. 1 box office hit. Bush has succeeded in getting American audiences to cheer for terrorism.

WHY GOOD GUYS NEED GUNS, TOO: Patriot who ratted out Florida vote-riggers runs for Congress

Received death threats. Keeps loaded AK-47 handy at home.

To Republicans, Clint Curtis is a traitor; a back-stabbing liar with an imagination that rivaled Jack Abramoff's influence over Congress.

To liberal Democrats, Curtis is a hero; a stand up guy who blew the whistle on computer voting fraud, testifying before a group of U.S. House Committee Judiciary Democrats after the 2004 presidential election.

And to the man himself, the Republican-turned-Democrat is nothing but a computer geek who purports to have found himself smack in the middle of a brazen political plot to tamper with elections in Florida, where fact can be stranger than fiction and politics as shady as swampy underbrush.


Thursday, March 23, 2006

Bush's State Department hates America more than librulmedia: Lots of "bad news" from Iraq in annual report

The following human rights problems were reported:

-pervasive climate of violence
-misappropriation of official authority by sectarian, criminal, terrorist, and insurgent groups
-arbitrary deprivation of life
-torture and other cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment or punishment
-poor conditions in pretrial detention facilities
-arbitrary arrest and detention
-denial of fair public trial
-an immature judicial system lacking capacity
-limitations on freedoms of speech, press, assembly, and association due to terrorist and militia violence
-restrictions on religious freedom
-large numbers of internally displaced persons (IDPs)
-lack of transparency and widespread corruption at all levels of government
-constraints on nongovernmental organizations (NGOs)
-discrimination against women, ethnic, and religious minorities
-limited exercise of labor rights

Wow, sounds just like what Bush is doing here.

Does FAUXNEWZ treat paraplegics worse than Hollywood?

Somebody tell me what this means.

Still more proof: Bush knew Saddam had no WMDs six months before invasion

The only faulty intelligence was-and is-inside Bush's diseased head.


Publicly Sabri was insisting that Iraq had no prohibited weapons of mass destruction. Privately, the sources said, he provided information that the Iraqi dictator had ambitions for a nuclear program but that it was not active, and that no biological weapons were being produced or stockpiled, although research was underway.

When it came to chemical weapons, Sabri told his handler that some existed but they were not under military control, a former intelligence official familiar with the situation said. Another former official added: "He said he had been told Hussein had them dispersed among some of the loyal tribes."

At the time, the Bush administration was preparing for the coalition's invasion of Iraq and publicly insisting that Hussein had reconstituted nuclear programs and was concealing from United Nations inspectors both chemical and biological weapons in violation of Security Council resolutions. The White House, which was seeking a congressional resolution that would permit the use of force against Iraq, hoped Sabri would defect, the two former officials said.

Bush still telling new lies about his original lies

Falwell, Robertson, Dobson and Perkins still love Fred Phelps' hate squad

Jesus is so proud of Jerry, Pat, James and Tony's support for Cousin Fred.

From Michael Ditto

This weekend (Phelps) will be staging appearances at the state legislature, at the Matt Shepard Foundation dinner, and at a handful of churches around the city. "God hates Matt Shepard and is now tormenting him with fire brimstone in Hell, his mother Judy and all associated with the Foundation - all of whom will eventually join Matt in Hell," says his press release. "This evil witch raised her son for the devil and Hell," he says of Judy Shepard.

Why am I so happy?

Apparently completely unbeknownst to Phelps, the state legislature is currently considering the Domestic Partnership Benefits and Responsibilities referendum this week. Today, in fact, it is scheduled for a vote in the House Appropriations Committee, and could see passage on the House and Senate floor as early as next week. What better PR could gay and lesbian couples get in terms of the discrimination we face than Fred Phelps picketing the legislature because "God hates fags?" I wouldn't be surprised if even some of the more fundamentalist legislators vote in our favor just to distance themselves from Phelps's hate brigade standing outside.

"One of these days" is here: Bush walks all over us in boots with presidential seals on them

Notice the magnified insert in the middle.

I suppose his pajamas have the seal on them, too. And his bed looks like Air Force One.

In theofascist-occupied Kansas, science is now "fairy tale for grownups"

Pro-ignorance theofascists want your kids to grow up stupid--and therefore easily manipulated by enemies of America.

Bush and Falwell have taught Army recruiters how to be big, fat liars, too

A father's response to a recruiter's call about his son.

More proof Bush is a communist: Chinese firm to look for smuggled nukes

"Li Ka-Shing is pretty close to a lot of senior leaders of the Chinese government and the Chinese Communist Party," said Larry M. Wortzel, head of a U.S. government commission that studies China security and economic issues.

Bush's earpiece malfunction caught on tape

Rove yelled too loudly and upset Chimpy--on camera.

Theofascists occupy Arkansas; theoscience replaces knowledge

I'll debate theofascists on any issue, especially the fact that they are the ones waging war on actual christians

They're not christians, and claiming to be such is an abomination. Jesus wouldn't recognize their "christianity" as related to anything He ever said.

However much they rewrite history and the Bible, they're still liars and abominations.

"War on Christians"?
Later this month, Rich Scarborough's Vision America will host 'The War Against Christians and the Values Voter 2006' Conference in Washington D.C.

"The left will continue to accuse us of trying to 'Christianize America.' Because it can't debate us on the issues, it seeks to demonize us. But we are the inheritors of the faith tradition that is part of the fabric of America. We seek to return America to the Godly values espoused by leaders like Washington, Adams, Lincoln and Reagan*. And we have just as much right to be actively involved in the political process as other citizens."
-- Pastor Rick Scarborough

(*Reagan was not a member of any church, and rarely attended one.)

Theofascists gripe about Iraq "good news," wish Quakers had been killed

In their diseased, twisted, hate-filled minds, any news besides what they "report" is wrong and bad and on the side of the terists. They are the worst people in America, and are true domestic enemies of the Constitution. If they can't share America with the rest of us, they can move to Argentina with the other confederate and nazi holdouts.

American Family Association's brownshirted theofascist bullies should just shut the bloody hell up

How is Australian tourism any of their bloody business? If they don't want to go there, they can bloody well stay the bloody hell away.

The Real 9-11: WTC 7 was brought down to kill Wall Street investigations

Demolition charges brought down all three buildings that day, not the airliners. But WTC 7--300 feet from the Twin Towers and not hit by anything--was brought down to destroy files relating to Wall Street investigations. Click headline, watch the videos.

Larry Silverstein, the controller of the destroyed World Trade Center complex, stated in a PBS documentary that he and the FDNY decided jointly to demolish WTC 7 late in the afternoon of September 11, 2001.
The (video) demonstrates that WTC 7 was indeed demolished, so why did FEMA spend many hours dreaming up a report which claims the building collapsed through fire?

Martin Sheen raised his kid right

EXCERPTS from Charlie's appearance on radio show

"There was a feeling, it just didn't look any commercial jetliner I've flown on any time in my life and then when the buildings came down later on that day I said to my brother 'call me insane, but did it sorta look like those buildings came down in a controlled demolition'?"

"Everybody is now familiar with the famous Andrew Card/Bush ear whisper at the elementary school, that whole incident is problematic to me. It was broadcast three days in advance -- his schedule. So conservatively, if that event was broadcast live, how many people in the state of Florida knew where he was at that specific point in time? If he was being informed -- the second plane hit, America was being attacked -- isn't he then putting everyone in his immediate circle at a great risk? It seems to me upon the revelation of that news that the secret service would grab the president and remove him as of he were on fire from that room."

What did and did not really happen on 9-11
I have two unimpeachable and unrelated sources who told me within days of 9-11 that Flight 92 was shot down, probably by Air Force fighters. The passengers did not bring it down. Dick Cheney even accidentally admitted to issuing the order--which, while unconstitutional, and cause for us to wonder why Bush didn't issue the order--was at least the right call. But if they lied to us about this right call, we have no reason to believe anything else they said about that day.

Recovering neocon says republicans are the real communists

"I did not like the original version of Leninism and was sceptical when the Bush administration turned Leninist," he writes. But Fukuyama's effort to rescue the reputation of neoconservatism from Bush eerily echoes dissident Communists' attempts to distance the idea of communism from Stalin.


Recovering neocon reveals Bush is a Leninist
Going further, he says the (neocon) 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*".

(*Excluding those of us who voted for Gore and Kerry.)

ABC promotes fake "Osama met Saddam" document

After all this time and all the evidence to the contrary, they expect us to swallow this crap just to boost Bush's approval ratings in an election year? Phooey!

Librulmedia finally report "good news" from Iraq: Christian hostages freed

But will the vast, right-wing conspiracy report the whole story?

Christian peace group calls for end to Iraq occupation

While the Christian Peacemakers Teams expressed joy at their colleagues’ sudden rescue from captivity in Iraq today, the peace activists took the opportunity to also call for an end to the US-led occupation of Iraq.

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Bush praises new calendar that shows this is really October

He also congratulated the Knicks on a great season, so far, and Alec Baldwin's movie, "The Last Shot" for grossing $100 million at the box office.

Bush admits Declaration of Independence is "under review"

Its authors had a pre-9-11 mindset.

Key provisions of the U.S. Declaration of Independence are currently under review by the Bush administration, according to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales.
"We are studying the document with an open mind and absolute respect for the authors' intent." he announced today in a morning press conference. "Let me assure you that this President considers the Declaration of Independence to be the very bedrock of American democracy. However, given the seriousness of the threats facing our nation today, it would be a forfeiture of our duty not to reconsider some of its more outmoded provisions."

Originally written and signed into law on July 4th, 1776, the Declaration of Independence has long been considered an untouchable "third rail" of American politics. According to Gonzales though, "9/11 changed all that..."

"Although we have no problems whatsoever with the 'Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness' clauses of the Declaration, certain sections of the document reflect a decidely pre-9/11 mindset, and it is those we intend to change."

Of particular concern to the administration are these passages from the second paragraph:

"That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it."

This, according to Gonzalez and reaffirmed by President Bush in a statement by spokesman Scott McClellan, is "nothing more than an invitation to anarchy" and "Just the sort of thing the terrorists would like us to do..."


Theofascists will rob and rape

Since God put Bush in office, they don't have to obey civil laws anymore.

Why did Bush deny Jesus on teevee?

It was a perfect opportunity for him to affirm his acceptance of the Bible's literal truth. And he blew it.

The first question came from a woman who asked: "[Author Kevin Phillips] makes the point that members of your administration have reached out to prophetic Christians who see the war in Iraq and the rise of terrorism as signs of the apocalypse. Do you believe this, that the war in Iraq and the rise of terrorism are signs of the apocalypse? And if not, why not?"

The president was clearly taken aback. He reacted as if he'd just seen a burning bush -- or had just been asked a really hard math question.

First he hemmed. Then he hawed. Then he hemmed some more.

"Um... uh... I... The answer is, I haven't really thought of it that way," he finally spit out. "Here's how I think of it. The first I've heard of that, by the way. I guess I'm more of a practical fellow." He then abruptly Left Behind the question at hand and went off on a long, standard-issue answer about 9/11 and fighting terrorists over there so we don't have to fight them over here.

Hillary vows to block GOP's anti-Jesus bill

Not Swank. Not Duff. Clinton.

Only republicans may violate military rules

Democrats may not visit military bases.

Cardinal tells priests to ignore Bush's laws

Sounds fair, considering how Bush ignores laws whenever he wants to.

Turns out, the mission was accomplished, after all

But don't kid yourself -- Bush and his co-conspirator, Dick Cheney, accomplished exactly what they set out to do. In case you've forgotten what their real mission was, let me remind you of White House spokesman Ari Fleisher's original announcement, three years ago, launching of what he called,




O.I.L. How droll of them, how cute. Then, Karl Rove made the giggling boys in the White House change it to "OIF" -- Operation Iraqi Freedom. But the 101st Airborne wasn't sent to Basra to get its hands on Iraq's OIF.

I'd say, "Too much." But that's me.

Who killed Tom Fox?

Quakers note that Jesus was a pacifist. So we all try, in our own way, to be pacifists. Actually, all Christians used to be pacifists, but this changed in 313 AD when the bureaucracy of the Christian church reached an accommodation with the Roman Emperor Constantine: only priests had to be pacifists and only Christians could be in the Roman army.

God told Bush to lie before, during and since Shock-n-Awe

Never mind that we take notes.

Bush is smarter than Benjamin Franklin

And everybody who contributed to and signed that @$%&$@ piece of paper.

Tossed a softball question during Tuesday morning's press conference about whether he should be censured for ordering warrantless wiretapping of phone conversations "during a time of war," President Bush fell back on the lie that Americans must surrender liberties -- and the rule of law, itself -- in order to be made safe from terrorism.

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated

the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

Those willing to give up a little liberty for a little security deserve neither security nor liberty.

Benjamin Franklin

And illegal spying on law-abiding citizens is now the "terrorist surveillance program."

God told Katherine Harris to accept illegall campaign contributions

That's how much He wants her in the Senate. So do these patriots who've decided to help her spend her entire inheritance so she can do God's work in D. C..

Turns out, a tax-n-spend big gubmnt isn't so bad, after all

Not when we accept that cancervative partisan groups and corporations are entitled to all our money. Feels good to work for a feudal theocracy, doesn't it? But will your children and grandchildren enjoy being serfs?

Bush sics jackbooted thugs on old soldiers as warning to new soldiers

Hitler and Stalin also had to do this when their troops got sick of wars for world conquest.
Special Action squads roamed the countryside, executing suspected deserters on the spot.

After 4 1/2 years of war, Bush finally wants to protect chemical plants from gremlins

Surely Chertoff meant gremlins since there are no terists.

VATICAN: Crusaders were just like Falwell, Robertson, Dobson

Those old krixtain soldiers were only trying to "retake" the Holy Land for Jesus, just like theofascists are trying to "retake" America." Makes you wonder what the Vatican's investment in Bush's war amounts to, don't it?

IRS sides with terists, satanists, Constitution

Only people who want the terists to win would require theofascists to obey librul law over God's law.

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

700 Club makes Pat Robertson even stupider than he already is

And that's saying something.

Pat Robertson doesn't want chinks, gooks and wetbacks to vote

Except our Three Stooges in DC aren't funny

But Pat Robertson is, especially when he talks about burning muslims, dykes, libruls, judges and teachers at the stake.

Pat Robertson and Bush didn't want to invade Iraq

Imagine what would have happened if they had wanted to invade Iraq.

"Fuck Saddam, We're taking him out!"
--George W. Bush, Pat Robertson, March 2002

At least Pat Robertson's drug of choice is legal

Salvia divinorum, a groundcover plant that packs a powerful psychotropic punch, is known to gardeners as Diviner's Sage and Maria Pastora. Like most drug-filled plants, salvia divinorum has been carefully cultivated for centuries – so much that its wild cousin hasn't been found in nature.

The Central American drug is thought to be the legendary Pipilzintzintli, the sacred "Noble Prince" mentioned in the Aztec Empire's mysterious codices.

It can be chewed or smoked, and was mostly unknown to U.S. psychedelic enthusiasts until the 1980s. But few had tried the strange drug until Daniel Siebert began posting his testimonials on the Internet.

Pat Robertson has an illegitimate son with a longtime black mistress

And has an Asian boyfriend on the side.

He's almost as bad as Bush's new pussbucket at the Department of the Interior.

Reasons why Pat Robertson should put himself to death

a) When I burn a bull on the altar as a sacrifice, I know it creates a pleasing odor for the Lord (Leviticus 1:9). The problem is my neighbors. They claim the odor is not pleasing to them. Should I smite them?

b) I would like to sell my daughter into slavery, as sanctioned in Exodus 21:7. In this day and age, what do you think would be a fair price for her?

c) I know that I am allowed no contact with a woman while she is in her period of menstrual uncleanliness (Leviticus 15:19-24). The problem is, how do I tell? I have tried asking, but most women take offense.

d) Leviticus 25:44 states that I may indeed possess slaves, both male and female, provided they are purchased from neighboring nations. A friend of mine claims that this applies to Mexicans, but not Canadians. Can you clarify? Why can't I own Canadians?

e) I have a neighbor who insists on working on the Sabbath. Exodus 35:2 clearly states he should be put to death. Am I morally obligated to kill him myself?

f) A friend of mine feels that even though eating shellfish is an Abomination (Leviticus 11:10), it is a lesser abomination than homosexuality. I don't agree. Can you settle this?

g) Leviticus 21:20 states that I may not approach the altar of God if I have a defect in my sight. I have to admit that I wear reading glasses. Does my vision have to be 20/20, or is there some wiggle room here?

h) Most of my male friends get their hair trimmed, including the hair around their temples, even though this is expressly forbidden by Leviticus 19:27. How should they die?

i) I know from Leviticus 11:6-8 that touching the skin of a dead pig makes me unclean, but may I still play football if I wear gloves?

j) My uncle has a farm. He violates Lev 19:19 by planting two different crops in the same field, as does his wife by wearing garments made of two different kinds of thread (cotton/polyester blend). He also tends to curse and blaspheme a lot. Is it really necessary that we go to all the trouble of getting the whole town together to stone them? (Leviticus 24:10-16) Couldn't we just burn them to death at a private family affair like we do with people who sleep with their in-laws? (Leviticus 20:14)

Pat Robertson is a gay rapist, a murderer, and a slave owner; so are all other televangelists

They're out and out fascists. They brainwash people, they bully people, they beat people up, they kill people, they eat babies.

Better take your blood pressure medicine before you watch this clip.

Bush: New lies, same war

I suppose he's convinced himself some of his lies used to be true.

THE PRESIDENT: Excuse me, excuse me. No President wants war. Everything you may have heard is that, but it’s just simply not true. My attitude about the defense of this country changed on September the 11th. We — when we got attacked, I vowed then and there to use every asset at my disposal to protect the American people. Our foreign policy changed on that day, Helen. You know, we used to think we were secure because of oceans and previous diplomacy. But we realized on September the 11th, 2001, that killers could destroy innocent life. And I’m never going to forget it. And I’m never going to forget the vow I made to the American people that we will do everything in our power to protect our people.

Part of that meant to make sure that we didn’t allow people to provide safe haven to an enemy. And that’s why I went into Iraq — hold on for a second —

HELEN THOMAS: They didn’t do anything to you, or to our country.

THE PRESIDENT: Look — excuse me for a second, please. Excuse me for a second. They did. The Taliban provided safe haven for al Qaeda. That’s where al Qaeda trained —

HELEN THOMAS: I’m talking about Iraq —

THE PRESIDENT: Helen, excuse me. That’s where — Afghanistan provided safe haven for al Qaeda. That’s where they trained. That’s where they plotted. That’s where they planned the attacks that killed thousands of innocent Americans.

I also saw a threat in Iraq. I was hoping to solve this problem diplomatically. That’s why I went to the Security Council; that’s why it was important to pass 1441, which was unanimously passed. And the world said, disarm, disclose, or face serious consequences —

HELEN THOMAS: — go to war —

THE PRESIDENT: — and therefore, we worked with the world, we worked to make sure that Saddam Hussein heard the message of the world. And when he chose to deny inspectors, when he chose not to disclose, then I had the difficult decision to make to remove him. And we did, and the world is safer for it.

This is a reminder that President Bush is not as dumb as he acts. Incurious, unread and thick-headed, yes — but also a devious liar who is clever enough to fool a lot of the people most the of the time.

Fair-n-balanced news channel

As opposed to Farron Young, country singer.

Neither did I

Insurors agree with me: There are no terists

It's about time somebody else started living in the real world.

Monday, March 20, 2006

God told me misogynists shouldn't just make stuff up to justify their hatred for women

He also told me that these "christians" who want to repeal the 19th Amendment don't speak for Him.

The Nineteenth Amendment caused government spending to skyrocket, which converted the United States, its Constitution, and its Bill of Rights, into a totalitarian state. Professor John Lott of the Law School University of Chicago proved statistically that it was women's suffrage, and nothing else, which caused this unbridled government growth. Spending too much for government destroyed private property rights, plunged the US into huge debts and destroyed Personal Savings. Professor Lott demonstrated that the reason the increase in federal expenditures resulting from the First World War didn't return to its previous historic level was due solely to the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1921.


God told me what when "pastors" go political, they should expect to lose their tax-exempt status

The IRS agrees.

God told me that rapists should never claim to speak for Him about anything

Especially a registered sex offender who'd have you believe he does speak for Him about queers.

Sexual assault of a minor--okay, homosexuality--not okay

Such is the thinking of Donald Lee Fox of Danville, Pennsylvania, who spoke against holding a day of silence for students to observe tolerance of gays. Homosexuality, he said, bible in hand, was an "abomination."

Deviance is apparently in the eye of the beholder, for it turns out that Fox was charged last year with not informing the state of Pennsylvania that he had changed his residence. You see, in 1995, he pleaded guilty to a charge of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl.

God told me He wanted Jerry Falwell to answer these questions on the air next Sunday

a) When I burn a bull on the altar as a sacrifice, I know it creates a pleasing odor for the Lord (Leviticus 1:9). The problem is my neighbors. They claim the odor is not pleasing to them. Should I smite them?

b) I would like to sell my daughter into slavery, as sanctioned in Exodus 21:7. In this day and age, what do you think would be a fair price for her?

c) I know that I am allowed no contact with a woman while she is in her period of menstrual uncleanliness (Leviticus 15:19-24). The problem is, how do I tell? I have tried asking, but most women take offense.

d) Leviticus 25:44 states that I may indeed possess slaves, both male and female, provided they are purchased from neighboring nations. A friend of mine claims that this applies to Mexicans, but not Canadians. Can you clarify? Why can't I own Canadians?

e) I have a neighbor who insists on working on the Sabbath. Exodus 35:2 clearly states he should be put to death. Am I morally obligated to kill him myself?

f) A friend of mine feels that even though eating shellfish is an Abomination (Leviticus 11:10), it is a lesser abomination than homosexuality. I don't agree. Can you settle this?

g) Leviticus 21:20 states that I may not approach the altar of God if I have a defect in my sight. I have to admit that I wear reading glasses. Does my vision have to be 20/20, or is there some wiggle room here?

h) Most of my male friends get their hair trimmed, including the hair around their temples, even though this is expressly forbidden by Leviticus 19:27. How should they die?

i) I know from Leviticus 11:6-8 that touching the skin of a dead pig makes me unclean, but may I still play football if I wear gloves?

j) My uncle has a farm. He violates Lev 19:19 by planting two different crops in the same field, as does his wife by wearing garments made of two different kinds of thread (cotton/polyester blend). He also tends to curse and blaspheme a lot. Is it really necessary that we go to all the trouble of getting the whole town together to stone them? (Leviticus 24:10-16) Couldn't we just burn them to death at a private family affair like we do with people who sleep with their in-laws? (Leviticus 20:14)

He said I could ask one of my own:

k) Who did Cain and Able marry?

God told me He wishes a president wouldn't lie to a father about how his son died in an unnecessary war

He also told me He wishes the president hadn't lied to convince Pat Tillman the war was a good idea. And then He told me He wishes the president's people hadn't lied about Pat's opposition to the war, which was well-known. Pat, you remember, quickly figured out he'd been had. But some people have lied about his true feelings, which his family and all his buddies in uniform knew about.

God told me we should keep our promises

Especially when keeping those promises would save lives--which He considers more important than corporate profits.

Bush promised a livestock tracking system two years ago which would tell us where that Alabama "mad cow" came from. But since Bush cares about corporate profits, and doesn't care about people, he didn't follow through, and we shouldn't believe he ever intended to.

God told me that if we don't tell lies, no one can play video of us telling lies

Especially lies to get people to back an unnecessary war.

God told me He wishes Bush had prevented 9-11 when he had the chance

Bush had the chance a month before the attacks, but wouldn't listen.

God also says He wishes Falwell and Robertson hadn't blamed the attacks on people who had nothing to do with them.

God told me He wishes Baptists would stop being such jerks

We're all His children. Brothers shouldn't call each other "satanic." Doing so is in and of itself, well, satanic.

God told me He wonders why Bush told so many lies about Saddam's nonexistent WMDs

Or any lies about anything at all, for that matter. But especially lies to invade a country that hadn't attacked the US.

Iraqi diplomat gave U.S. prewar WMD details

Saddam’s foreign minister told CIA the truth, so why didn’t agency listen?

God told me that demonizing people is not one of His traditional values

He told me to remind everybody that "Love thy neighbor" doesn't mean "Destroy thy neighbor's life." In fact, it pretty much means just the opposite.

God just told me that hurricanes might pummel the Northeast this year

He said to be clear on one point: Whatever Jerry Falwell says, the hurricanes won't be New England's punishment for being librul. In fact, He said to make it clear that He doesn't use weather as a weapon against anybody. Weather is weather, He said. And scientists are the best ones to explain why it happens. He ended with, "Preachers should stick to tending their flocks, and let scientists do science." There was some other stuff in there about preachers getting involved in politics and education, but that's for another time.

God told me that whiny, snot-nosed spoiled brats grow up to be republicans

He also said to watch the confident, self-reliant kids. They grow up to be libruls.

God told me that His followers don't lie because they don't have to

He also emphasized that His followers shouldn't want to lie.

Bush, three years ago:
Eleven lies in as many sentences.

Bush, this afternoon:

First, just if I might correct a misperception, I don’t think we ever said – at least I know I didn’t say that there was a direct connection between September the 11th and Saddam Hussein.

In fact, Bush justified the war against Iraq by directly linking it to 9/11:

The use of armed forces against Iraq is consistent with the United States and other countries continuing to take the necessary actions against international terrorists and terrorist organizations, including those nations, organizations or person who planned, authorized, committed, or aided the terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001. [Bush’s Letter to Congress, 3/21/03]

God told me that theofascists don't speak for Him

He also told me to remind everybody that the Jews are His chosen people, and have been for several thousand years.

The Dominionists are also stepping up efforts to turn public schools into forums for evangelism. In a landmark case, the Alliance Defense Fund is suing a California school district that threatened to dismiss a born-again teacher who was evangelizing fifth-graders. In the conference's opening ceremony, the Dominionists recite an oath they dream of hearing in every classroom: "I pledge allegiance to the Christian flag, and to the Savior for whose kingdom it stands. One Savior, crucified, risen and coming again, with life and liberty for all who believe."

God told me that creating a civil war doesn't lay "a foundation for peace"

He also said He doesn't know where Bush got such a stupid idea.

God told me that Bush has wasted 'way too much money in his war of world conquest

I think I also remember something He said about stealing other people's land and natural resources, too. Let's see...oh, yeah, it was, "Don't."

God told me only republicans can clean up all the messes republcans have made in the last five years

If you want small gubmnt, vote for republicans who have created the biggest gubmnt in our history.

God told me Katherine Harris has a vivid imagination

I talk to Him all the time, and He's never once said He wanted Harris in the Senate.

Sunday, March 19, 2006

BREAKING: It's V-T Day! Gulf War II is over! We're no longer at war!

While marking third anniversary of Shock-n-Awe, Bush doesn't use the word, "war." The only possible conclusion is that we're no longer at war.

That means all those illegal acts he committed because "we're at war" are no longer legal. And all those things we can't say about him because "we're at war" are back on the table.

Celebrate V-T Day the old fashioned way.

What have you been wanting to say about Bush, but haven't because we were at war?

Katherine Harris thinks one of the voices in her head is God's

Apparently, God killed her father so she could inherit half a billion dollars to spend on running for the Senate.

But if God wants her in office, why does she need half a billion dollars? Don't the Diebold and ES&S e-voting machines work for God anymore?

In Bush's Amerika: Trash in your yard=pay $50 fine. Kill employees=no worries, mate

Bush's friends owe us $35 billion in fines. Hold your breath until he makes them pay up.

When a gasoline spill and fiery explosion killed three young people in Washington state, officials announced a record penalty against a gas pipeline company: $3 million to send the message that such tragedies "must never happen again."

When nuclear labs around the country were found exposing workers to radiation and breaking other safety rules, assessments totaling $2.5 million were quickly ordered.

When coal firms' violations were blamed for deaths, injuries and risks to miners from Alabama to West Virginia, they were slapped with more than $1.3 million in penalties.

What happened next with these no-nonsense enforcement efforts? Not much. The pipeline tab was eventually reduced by 92 percent, the labs' assessments were waived as soon as they were issued, and the mine penalties largely went unpaid.

The amount of unpaid federal fines has risen sharply in the last decade. Individuals and corporations regularly avoid large, highly publicized penalties for wrongdoing — sometimes through negotiations, sometimes because companies go bankrupt, sometimes due to officials' failure to keep close track of who owes what under a decentralized collection system.

These are conclusions of an Associated Press examination of federal financial penalty enforcement across the nation, which also found:

_The government is currently owed more than $35 billion in fines and other payments from criminals and in civil cases, according to Justice Department figures. This is almost five times the amount uncollected 10 years ago — and enough to cover the annual budget of the Department of Homeland Security. A decade ago, Congress mandated that fines be imposed regardless of defendants' ability to pay, which has added tremendously to outstanding debt.

In 1775, Washington and the Minutemen were the terists

"V for Vendetta" is based on a comic book. Who reads comic books?

Bush: "We're winning the war. And it's the media's fault we're not."

It's hard out here for a chump.

Theofascist backers of "Choose Life" license plates to oppose Bush's war, death penalty

Made you look.

121 people in small Vermont town bring down Bush's Amerika

Then why is the chimp still squatting in the White House?

Brownshirted, fascist bullies flood patriotic town with hatemail. How dare those socialists excercise their civil rights in time of war?

It's hard out here for a chimp: "@$%&$% piece of paper" in the way? Tear it up.

Who needs that librul Fourth Amendment, anyway? It only helps the terists.

Lawyer says his office was illegally searched more than once.

"Call me suspicious, but knowing the high fivin’ frat boys at the White House, it’s hard to imagine they haven’t used this powerful tool to gather intelligence on their political enemies as well."

Big Brother's lawyers planned how to override Constitution for illegal searchers.

It's hard out here for a chimp: Military families march in protest of Bush's war

Members of Military Families Speak Out who have joined with Veterans For Peace, Iraq Veterans Against the War, Vietnam Veterans Against the War, and Gold Star Families for Peace in a 5 day march along the Gulf Coast.

The march is highlighting the ways in which the war in Iraq has redirected resources away from taking care of those in need here at home and how the deployment of the National Guard in particular left the people of the Gulf Coast unprotected when Katrina struck.

Military families with loved ones currently in Iraq, those with loved ones who may deploy or redeploy, those with loved ones who have returned with physical and psychological wounds, and families with loved ones who died as the result of the war in Iraq, will be speaking out and calling on members of Congress, Senators and the Administration to end the war in Iraq, bring our troops home now and take care of them when they get here.


It does in Bush's Amerika: Theomath says 193+198=369

ES&S voting machines seized in New Hampshire.

Grafton – No matter how you do the math, 193 “yeas” plus 198 “nays” don’t add up to 369 votes.

That faulty equation — results of a warrant article vote from Tuesday’s election ballot — was the first clue for Grafton town officials that something was wrong.

As a result, two voting machines used to collect ballots in the annual town and school district meetings are now in the custody of the Attorney General’s Office, removed from the town yesterday, said Grafton Selectman Jennie Joyce.
She said the voting machine showed no signs of malfunctions during two pre-election tests — most recently one week prior to the election.