Thursday, August 31, 2006

(BB) - Maine is awesome, President Bush is a complete Fuck.

KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine (AP) — President Bush came to his parent's century-old summer home on the Maine coast for a little relaxation, a distant cousin's wedding and some family time. He got all that, along with a boisterous reminder nearly on his bucolic doorstep of the unpopularity of his Iraq policies.

I wonder if it was Bush's Fox News cousin who decided to prematurely call Bush the winner of the 2000 election, or the cousin who was supposed to be in the south tower, until his meeting was moved the night before, (not to be confused with Bush's brother Marvin, a WTC security head, or another head of security, John O'Neil, who died in the attacks, just days after he had been removed from the Bin Laden case.

Saturday, August 19, 2006

Friday, August 18, 2006

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

"you don't hear that view often"

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

if america's political leaders represent america, then america sucks.
the american media sucks ass. every single day we hear about joe lieberman and his gay lover dickless cheney, but when is the last time you heard about ron paul on the news? does anybody know who he is? does anybody know he has been strongly against attacking iraq since the very beginning? does anybody care that a republican texan opposes american fascism?

no. we only care that a former democrat likes sucking dick's ass.
it's time to fight back!

Monday, August 14, 2006

on native soil, premieres august 21 on court tv

Sunday, August 13, 2006

from mediabistro:

Acting On Request Of Iranian Prez., C-SPAN To Air Unedited 60 Minutes Interview

This Monday night, for the first time in six years, C-SPAN will air one of Mike Wallace's 60 Minutes interviews uncut and commercial-free.

C-SPAN programming VP Terry Murphy says "we agreed with CBS News that airing this interview in its entirety is very much in the public interest and fits with C-SPAN's style of airing events as they happened and without commercials. This is also a unique opportunity for viewers to see for themselves the editorial process at a major network news organization, and find out which portions of an extended interview actually make it on air."

Friday, August 11, 2006

Reporter: What do you think of western civilization?

Mahatma Gandhi: I think it would be a good idea.
more "news"...

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Just as Patrick Swayze and Jodie Foster are unable to convince thinking humans that Mel is not anti-semitic; Bill & Hillary, Barbara Boxer, Joe Biden, and Charles Schumer all get a huge slap in the face, as they are unable to convince us that Lieberman is anything but an Arab-hater.

And for that I am happy.

Unfortunately, while Connecticut's finest voted out the worst Democrat in office (now an "Independant Democrat"), we lost the only true political hero of our time, Cynthia McKinney.

Saturday, August 05, 2006

I was really nervous when I woke up to find this in today's New York Times:

But then I found that this was also in today's New York Times:

What a relief. Thanks!

Friday, August 04, 2006

"Death to America!" I hate to admit it, but it looks like the Bush foreign policy is actually working. With any extra luck, we could get our WWIII by the end of the summer.

In other news, Pat Robertson obviously doesn't believe in God.

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Without even researching, I'm willing to bet $5000 that Frank Luntz is completely responsible for this: Israel has a right to defend itself.

I have two questions:

1. What is responsible for so many newspapers taking the bait?
2. Who does not have a right to defend itself?
Wow. A country not infested with spineless slugs.

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Three Events

"One is in the consumer price index, which they use for fundamental measure of inflation. They have removed the cost of food and gasoline, from the consumer price index, to convince people that there's no inflation. The second move was, that in March, the Federal Reserve stopped publishing data on the M3 money supply, which is probably the best measure of the amount of currency in circulation. So, we have no way of knowing how fast the printing presses are turning, and these are metaphorical printing presses, because most of the currency created now is created digitally. But, we have no way of knowing how much cash the Fed is creating, so, they're hiding inflation that way. The third thing that has been done recently, which was the prime mover for From The Wilderness' Fourth Ruppert Economic Alert, which we published yesterday, June 14th; is the fact that the President by means of a very almost overlooked memo--administrative memo--if you will, as granted to John Negroponte, the National Director of Intelligence, the authority to exempt any corporation doing national security contract work with the U.S. Government from all SEC recording requirements." -Michael Ruppert, (read more at Global Public Media)
(work in progress)

the good

cynthia mckinney (d), ron paul (r), bob bowman (d), roscoe bartlett (r), albert gore (d), ralph nader, john murtha (d), randi rhodes, jesse jackson, harpers, jon stewart, stephen colbert, al sharpton, paul reubens

the bad

ned lamont (d), hillary clinton (d), bill clinton (d), joseph biden (d), charles schumer (d), barbara boxer (d), howard dean (d), the new york times, russ feingold (d)

the ugly

robert novak, ruppert murdoch, bill o' reilly, karl rove, frank luntz, ann coulter (elf), condoleeza rice (r), joe lieberman (d), dick cheney (r), all bush's (r), donald rumsfeld (r), richard perle (r), paul wolfowitz (r)