November 30, 2006

Not too paranoid, are they
Fox News asks: Is there a "Democrat" plan to diminish the Fox News Channel?

Yeah, that's right. You found out - now we'll have to kill you. Dumbasses.

- m

Fox News anchors: huge doucheholes, or retarded self-abusers?

Meet the presidental candidates
Today: Newt Gingrich.

As one of the more recognized members of the party of family values, morals and the sanctity of marriage, Gingrich embodies the phrase "compassionate conservative." If by "compassionate conservative" you mean "serial adulterer and sex addict."

Newt's brazen serial adultery and pathetic sexual addiction are almost beyond belief.

Newt's callousness is legendary. Like telling his first wife that he was dumping her as she lay in a hospital bed recovering from cancer surgery. It is also absolutely true. But it is only one example of Gingrich's self-centered arrogance and his rampant sexual addiction. There is a long string of stories about how he has used women over the years...

[It's also been] suggested that Gingrich resigned as Speaker when Dick Armey and Tom DeLay threatened to expose Newt's dalliances in a coup to depose him.
Geez, no wonder he wants to do away with free speech.

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'Civil war' doesn't even begin to describe the chaos in Iraq
Bloody insurgency; increasing sectarian violence; satanic, escalating carnage amongst factions; raging clusterfuck, yeah... just don't call it a civil war.

The reason the White House doesn't want to call the fighting in Iraq a "civil war" is no mystery. Civil war represents the total abject failure of the Bush misadministration's effort to implant a stable, pro-US democracy in Baghdad.

The sad reality is that "civil war" is too simple a term to describe what's happening inside Iraq, where the US-led invasion in 2003 had the same effect as smacking a beehive with a baseball bat.

Bush appears to have no clue of how to arrest the steady downward spiral. His assertion Tuesday that he'd leave troops in Iraq until "the mission is complete" and victory is achieved rings hollow. While our troops continue to die, Decider McFuckwit seems to be stuck repeating tired formulations, at a loss for new ideas. Fucking dumbass.
From an editorial in the USA Toady (more or less).

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Enabling the terrists
Iraq group calls for cutting and running

We're gonna stand down so they can stand up. But there's no timetable. Nope. Nope. That would be defeatist.

Poppy Bush's Iraq Study Group, which has spent the past eight months trying to save Idiot Boy's disastrous legacy, has finally given up... uh, reached a consensus and will call for a major withdrawal of US forces from Iraq, shifting the US role from combat to support, according to a source.
Under intensifying political pressure at home and thinking he was being offered a breakfast treat, Bush agreed to a "speedy turnover." But first he's gonna stay the course by sending more troops. 'Cause he'd really look like a failure if we withdraw before the "mission is accom complete."

Bonus: After dissing the prime minister as an ineffectual patsy yesterday, today Bunnypants proclaimed al-Maliki "the right guy for Iraq."

"He's doin' a heckuva job," Bush added.

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November 29, 2006

The most secretive president evar plans his preznental library
Maybe it'll be invisible.

Bush hopes "wealthy heiresses, Arab nations, and captains of industry" will contribute to the mighty waste of space that will be the Airhead McBubbleboy peznental lieberry, Arianna reports.

Comedy writers and lovers of the absurd all across America have a bounce in their step today, buoyed by news that President Bush is looking to raise half-a-billion dollars to build his legacy-burnishing presidential library. The idea of Uncurious George building a $500 million shrine to his disastrous presidency is the political equivalent of a whoopee cushion; a veritable laff riot. The punchlines write themselves...
From the proposed catalog:

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Bush: Iraq violence, missing strawberries an al-Qaida plot
Bush said Tuesday that the midterm ele an al-Qaida plot is to blame for the escalating Iraqi bloodshed, not the fact that the country has fallen into civil war. 'Cause it hasn't. Has not has not has not.

"No question it's tough, no question about it," Dumbass McStupidson said at a news conference Tuesday. "There's a lot of sectarian violence taking place, fomented in my opinion because of the attacks by al-Qaida causing people to seek reprisal. Mmmmmm, fome... beer foam....."

Bush went on to say an uptick in violence does not represent a new era in Iraq, just a comma "phase." Yes, an 'uptick'. That's what the AP is calling total outright carnage these days. Maybe they meant 'upchuck' ?

"We've been in this phase for a while," Awol McBlunder said, blithely picking his nose while trying to stay between the lines in his new Winnie-the-Pooh coloring book.

Bonus: Three generals testified just two weeks ago that al-Qaida is having little influence in Iraq.

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Pelosi: president a pathetic, prevaricating prat
Speaker-elect is saddened and aggrieved that Bush is such a brainless, lying, opportunistic little twit -

House Speaker-designate Nancy Pelosi said Tuesday she feels "sad" Preznit Lyie McPoopington blamed insurgent violence on al Qaeda while he dismissed notions Iraq is in a civil war.

"My thoughts on the president's representations are well-known," Pelosi told reporters. "The 9/11 Commission dismissed that notion a long time ago and I feel sad that the president is resorting to it again."

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Gah. The Mac's capacitors and logicboard went and fried on me, and I have a 3-month wait before the new parts are available. I've gotten hold of an ancient piece of crap I can borrow for a while, so please bear with me.

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Petulant prick comes thisclose to a major bitchslapping
Senator-elect almost beans the Pissant-in-Chief for being such a fucking tool.

At a private reception held at the White House with newly elected lawmakers, Bush asked Jim Webb how his son, a Marine lance corporal serving in Iraq, was doing.

Webb responded that he really wanted to see his son brought back home, said a person who heard about the exchange from Webb.

“I didn’t ask you that, I asked how he’s doing,” Bush retorted, according to the source.
"What the fuck do you care? He's in constant danger of death, thanks to you. How are your drunken bitch-whore daughters, you worthless chickenshit AWOL little fuckturd?" Webb should have replied.
Webb confessed that he was so angered by Bush's pissy attitude that he was tempted to slug the fucking little retard.

"That's between me and my boy, Mr. President," Webb said coldly.
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Leaked White House memo trashes prez
Clueless, impotent patsy is ruining everything!

"His intentions seem good when he talks with Americans, and sensitive reporting suggests he is trying to stand up and force positive change,” the memo said. “But the reality on the streets suggests [he] is either ignorant of what is going on, misrepresenting his intentions, or that his capabilities are not sufficient to turn his intentions into action.”
Or all three! OK, they're not talking about Captain Underpants. They're trying to win hearts and mi shift the blame of the Iraq debacle to the new PM, Nouri al-Scapegoati. Classy move, btw. Assholes.

Update: Il Ducebag's summit with al-Maliki was put off Wednesday after the White House was caught dissing their designated fall-guy's ability to control the bloody Iraqi clusterfuck. The White House said the two leaders would meet on Thursday, as if a day later would magically erase both Maliki's memory and the ongoing carnage.

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Breaking: sanctimonious nutbar won't run
Outgoing Senate majority leader/douchebag Bill Frist flip-flops, says that he has decided not to run for president.

"In the Bible, God tells us for everything there is a season. He also mentioned I've been quite an asshat. So, at this point a return to private life will allow me to return to my professional roots as a healer, watch lots of video, and to refocus my creative energies on innovative solutions to seemingly insurmountable challenges Americans face," the prune-balled kitten-killer said.

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Presidental candidate hates America and all it stands for
Well, it's 1, 2, 3
What're we fightin' for?

Why does Newt hate our freedoms? Maybe he's a terrist...

At a banquet to award those that stand up for freedom of speech, master of timing Newt Gingrich said the country will be forced to reexamine that freedom "to meet the threat of terrorism." Gingrich said a "different set of rules" may be needed to "reduce terrorists' ability to use the internet and free speech to recruit and get out their message."
We have met the enema and it is us. Or at the very least it's people like Newt Gingrich.

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November 26, 2006

Another "anti-" gay republican pedophile --

The Orange County District Attorney’s Office claims that sex-crime prosecutions are a top priority. So why is one accused serial child molester still free and awaiting trial after nearly four years?

One answer might be connections. Jeffrey Ray Nielsen is not merely a former intern in the DA’s office. He’s a prominent Republican activist in a county controlled by the Republican Party, a man with close ties to the former and current heads of that party - such as Congressman/loudmouth asshole Dana Rohrabacher, who personally vouched for him.

The 36-year-old isn’t just free from a potential prison cell — he still works at a prestigious Irvine law firm, drives a late-model BMW, lives comfortably in a Ladera Ranch townhouse and maintains a account where he lists numerous teenage boys as online friends.
Bonus: Nielsen was arrested in 2003 for allegedly molesting a high school freshman boy and "possessing a huge, illegal cache of man-boy pornography."

*It's OK, if you're a republican.

We don't torture
We give 'em "freedom showers."

Outgoing Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld authorized the mistreatment of detainees at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq, the prison's former U.S. commander said in an interview on Saturday.

Former U.S. Army Brigadier General Janis Karpinski told Spain's El Pais newspaper she saw a memorandum signed by Rumsfeld detailing the use of harsh interrogation methods.

"The handwritten signature was above his printed name and in the same handwriting in the margin was written: "Make sure this is accomplished,"" she told Saturday's El Pais.

Vroooom! Lookit me!!
While Iraq "desperately deteriorates, rapidly" our Dear Leader, the War President, is off happily riding his bicycle.

MICHAEL WARE, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Well, firstly, let me say, perhaps it's easier to deny that this is a civil war, when essentially you live in the most heavily fortified place in the country within the Green Zone, which is true of both the prime minister, the national security adviser for Iraq and, of course, the top U.S. military commanders. However, for the people living on the streets, for Iraqis in their homes, if this is not civil war, or a form of it, then they do not want to see what one really looks like.

This is what we're talking about. We're talking about Sunni neighborhoods shelling Shia neighborhoods, and Shia neighborhoods shelling back.

We're having Sunni communities dig fighting positions to protect their streets. We're seeing Sunni extremists plunging car bombs into heavily-populated Shia marketplaces. We're seeing institutionalized Shia death squads in legitimate police and national police commando uniforms going in, systematically, to Sunni homes in the middle of the night and dragging them out, never to be seen again.

I mean, if this is not civil war, where there is, on average, 40 to 50 tortured, mutilated, executed bodies showing up on the capital streets each morning, where we have thousands of unaccounted for dead bodies mounting up every month, and where the list of those who have simply disappeared for the sake of the fact that they have the wrong name, a name that is either Sunni or Shia, so much so that we have people getting dual identity cards, where parents cannot send their children to school, because they have to cross a sectarian line, then, goodness, me, I don't want to see what a civil war looks like either if this isn't one.

Just how much worse Iraq is today than yesterday? John in DC at AmericaBlog:

1. They're now burning each other alive.

2. The Iraqi Army isn't worth squat, after all these years of training we gave them, and after all of these promises from Bush and the generals (and Condi, and Cheney, and Rummy) that the Iraqi Army was almost all ready to take over.

3. The Iraqi president, however, sounds quite ready to take over - he sounds just like any other third world despot, denying carnage that's taking place right under his nose (Vladimir Putin, anyone?).

4. You'll notice that Al Qaeda isn't mentioned even once amid all the carnage. This is all about Iraq and Iraqis hating each other, and killing each other. Iraq never had anything to do with the war on terror, and it sure as hell doesn't now. America is a full partner in a brutal religious and ethnic civil war. All because our president is an idiot, and 51% of our fellow Americans voted for that idiot a second time.

Congratulations, Republican America.

Is our children learning?
Bush's Education secretary Margaret Spellings loses badly on Celebrity Jeopardy - to David St. Hubbins of Spinal Tap. She should have gone to 11.

Smell the glove, bitch!

November 25, 2006

Headline of the day
'Leaked big pharma memo: Santorum “leaves a big hole

:: giggle ::

Oh man...
Those are gonna hurt. Some really cutting toons up at Bob Geiger's.

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Today's "World's Smallest Violin" award goes to ...
Poor, poor Denny Hastert.

Sources close to Mr. Hastert say the speaker, who has said little publicly since the Republicans lost the House, is dejected and embarrassed by the rebuke. The defeat had a strong personal element, because of Mr. Hastert’s role in the Mark Foley gay pedophile scandal.

It will also be a major change for Mr. Hastert. Since Sept. 11 he has rarely if ever flown on commercial planes because of security concerns, and he has been surrounded by a staff of 60 or so, including Congressional and political workers.
Fuckwit. Maybe if he had felt some embarrassment before the elections instead of happily wallowing in his own power, greed and filth, he wouldn't be faced with the spectre of trying to wedge his fat Minority ass into fucking steerage now.

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Ozzy and Jaffa

Republican'ts: just what the fuck is their problem?
'Whenever I hear a Republican refer to the “Democrat Party,” rather than “Democratic Party,” it’s a signal to me that the speaker is an asshole' ... how Bush can change the tone with just one syllable.

No, it's not "bye!"

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November 24, 2006

I can't believe I'm still thinking about food
OK, it looks like a lot, but it's for 25 people


Proscuitto, pears and figs


Let's eat!

It's not too early yet, is it?

Stuff to drink coffee by
Hope everyone had a good day yesterday! I'm still half asleep.

The Boner Agenda.

Just do it already!

Heard at the photo op.

"We're here in the Rose Garden. This is a place where Barney likes to
hang out. Barney is my dog. And he likes to chase a soccer ball here."

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November 23, 2006

Things you can only really get away with saying on Thanksgiving
1. Talk about huge breasts!
2. Tying the legs together keeps the inside moist.
3. It’s Cool Whip time!
4. If I don’t undo my pants, I’ll burst!
5. Whew, that’s one terrific spread!
6. I’m in the mood for a little dark meat.
7. Are you ready for seconds yet?
8. It’s a little dry; do you still want to eat it?
10. Don’t play with your meat.
11. Just spread the legs open and stuff it in.
12. Do you think you’ll be able to handle all these people at once?
13. I didn’t expect everyone to come at once!
14. You still have a little bit on your chin.
15. How long will it take after you stick it in?
16. You’ll know it’s ready when it pops up.
17. Wow, I didn’t think I could handle all of that!
18. That’s the biggest one I’ve ever seen!
19. How long do I beat it before it’s ready?
20. Your mother has the greatest yams!

(from all around teh intarwebs)
- m

Happy Thanksgiving, everybody !!

November 22, 2006

But that's just my diagnosis from watching him on video footage.

Senator/douchebag Bill Frist is building his dream house - and it looks just like the one at Washington DC's 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

- m

"Mmmmmm.... cat brains....."

Makin' progress
Our manly war president will meet to discuss Iraq security with Iraqi prime minister Maliki. In the relatively safe Jordanian capital of Amman.

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Hannity a drooling, autofellating halfwit: op-ed
Hate-spewing gasbag and clueless partisan douchenozzle still doesn't get it.

Sean's constant demonizing of Democrats, repeated ad infinitum, was an attempt to brainwash his listeners. Instead, it made them painfully aware that Sean didn't seem to connect the actual failures, many of them deadly (Iraq, Katrina, unaffordable healthcare, cutting veteran's benefits), to those responsible.

Nothing turns off a working brain more than being insulted with obvious bullshit. For some brains it might take more time than others for the smell to register, but it seemed to click for enough to make Sean's water-carrying efforts a real detriment to the GOP this past election.
Well, yeah - the key being you need some kind of "working brain" to start with.

Bonus: Salon asks... given that the gpuke's hate merchants - Limbaugh, Hannity, O'Reilly, Coulter, Beck, et. al. - have been proven so wrong and so bloody incompentent, why are they given such a platform by the media?

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Bushies could bomb Iran nuclear sites in 2007: analysts
Because who has time for diplomacy when the 2008 elections are right around the corner.

The imbecilic assbrains in the White House could choose military action over diplomacy and bomb Iran's nuclear facilities next year, political analysts in Washington agree.

"I think he is going to do it," John Pike, director of a military issues think tank, told AFP. "They are going to bomb WMD facilities next summer," he added.

US journalist Seymour Hersh also said that White House hawks led by short-circuiting cyborg Dick 'dick' Cheney were intent on attacking Iran with or without the approval of the US Congress.

Joseph Cirincione, senior vp for the National Security and International Policy at the Center for American Progress, also believes the US government could decide to attack Iran.

"If you look at what the administration is doing, it seems that it is going to inevitably lead us to a military conflict," he said, adding that no alternative solution was being sought.

Gee. What a surprise.

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Bunnypants' wimp dad wimps out again
At an Arab leadership conference in the UAE, Poppy tearfully faced a shitstorm of criticism aimed at his son, dimwitted warmongering asshole Stupie McPoopypants:

"My son is an honest man," Mr. Bush bleated to members of the audience, who let fly with derisive hoots, catcalls, and farty noises.

"We do not respect your son. We do not respect what he's doing all over the world," a woman in the audience bluntly told the former president.
The 82-year-old Bush, who's obviously been living in a bubble just like his idiot son, appeared stunned as others in the audience whooped and whistled in approval.
The hostile comments came during a quesion-and-answer session after Bush finished a folksy address on leadership by telling the audience how deeply hurt he feels when his "presidential" son is criticized. "This son is not going to back away," Bush said, his voice quivering.
Gawd. You and your battleaxe harpy wife happily raised a privileged, moronic incompetent - a stupid, spoiled, smirking, powerhungry brat who never had to face any kind of consequences for his actions, who lied his way into a war that killed tens of thousands of innocent people, who avoids meeting anyone who isn't a rich, cocksucking sycophant, and you wonder why he's not loved or respected. Well boofuckinghoo, you clueless zit.

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Total duhnitude. The both of them.

Ummm, how's that 'bipartisan' thing working out again, Dems?
The party of personal responsibility and accountability are cutting and running, handing their almost half-a-trillion-dollar spending bill to Democrats, hoping it will gum up their agenda like Rush Limbaugh's stanky ass-cheese.

"Other stuff may get pushed off the table," said GOP lobbyist Hazen Marshall. "It kills (Democrats') message."

The bulging workload that a Republican-led Congress was supposed to complete this year promises to consume time and energy that Democrats had hoped to devote to their own agenda, one that includes raising the minimum wage, negotiating lower drug prices for Medicare beneficiaries, cutting interest rates on college loans and repealing some tax breaks for oil companies.
Well, good riddance, you do-nothing assclowns. Shitbags to the last.

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Lame duck chickenhawk turkey chokes fowl before giving it turkee.

So how's that 'bipartisan' thing working out so far, Dems?
Il Ducebag, gleefully waving his tiny little dick at the Democrats, renominates no-talent assclown John Bolton and a bunch of "too conservative and unqualified" judges, and appoints a misogynist wingnut as the new head of family-planning programs at the DHHS.

Preznit Uniter's political fortunes have changed for the worst, but he himself is announcing that he hasn't changed a bit.

He still hates not getting his own way on everything.

His immediate actions after proclaiming his deep desire to work with Democrats in a fresh mood of bipartisanship were to reinforce his preference for right-wing religious goals. This is the new civility in the nation's capital?

Where's the good will and cooperation that Bush promised? It's the same old provocative, bossy attitude of the past six years. But it's not the same old rubber-stamp Republican terrain. If he wants partisan warfare, he'll get it. He's started it and now he's going to be stuck with it.
Yeah, as long as the Dems don't go back to donning their little pink tutus and knee pads. We'll see. I'm not holding my breath.


November 21, 2006

Who would Jesus vote for?
Fundie republicans review the GOP front-runners for the 2008 Presidential nomination, and guess what - they're all morally unacceptable.

Rudy Giuliani
Lived with a couple of gay guys
Dresses in drag
Talks with a lisp
Conclusion: Gay, or a gay symp

John McCain
The McCain-Feingold bill
Supports amnesty and a guest worker plan for illegal immigrants
Publically supported a Mexican for the national GOP chair
Opposes the federal Marriage Protection amendment
Conclusion: kissed Bush's ass so many times that he must be gay

Newt Gingrich
He considers FDR the greatest president of the 20th century. Not Reagan - FDR
Waffled on abortion, gay rights and traditional marriage
Fails to stress pro-life, marriage, or religious liberty issues
A noted adulterer, he has been married and divorced twice, and is currently on his 3rd wife
Conclusion: may not be gay. Unless it's for FDR.

Mitt Romney
Supports the gayification of the Boy Scouts
He has been endorsed - twice! - by the homosexual "Log Cabin Republicans"
He endorses Ted Kennedy's federal "gay rights" legislation!!
Conclusion: gay. Gay gay gay.

This is gonna be good.
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Bipartisanship is for pussies Democra pussies
Republicans plot to bring down Pelosi, and Clinton with her

Senior rethug reichsmarshals said Sunday that they are already coordinating plans to attack Nancy Pelosi, and to associate her in voters' minds with Hillary Clinton.

"Two years of Pelosi gives a good idea of what four years of Hillary will be like," said Tom DeLay, the disgraced, corrupt and indicted scumbag who was involved in the Abramoff corruption scandal. "They are both committed liberals and we will make that clear to the American people."
Because even corrupt, indicted money launderers/wife beaters/closeted gay adulterers/ mistress-stranglers/gay pedophiles/neocon warmongers/illegal spying vote-fixing Bill of Rights ass-swabbing incompetent powermad torture-loving intolerant - did we mention corrupt? - assclowns have to be better at doing the people's business than some ::shudder:: liberals. Right.

Which brings us to...

Screw bipartisanship; it’s time for revenge
"No negotiation. No compromise. Leave them broken and gasping in a puddle of their own urine."

Damn straight. It's a long article, but worth it. I only cut 'n' pasted some of it here.

CNN tells us there’s “little public support” for impeachment. This is a lie. Current polling on public support is conspicuously absent, but polls from earlier this year showed support for impeachment at over 50%, and those polls were only on single issues—impeachment over wiretapping or the war lies only, not Bush’s entire oeuvre of wrongdoing. It’s not a fringe issue, despite the fact that no TV network will give a single impeachment supporter face time. But rather than ride this wave of outrage, exciting a base much broader than the loud minority that the GOP has relied on, the Democrats are adopting a policy of appeasement, assuaging people who will never, ever vote for them.

Impeachment proceedings would drag all of [Bush's] myriad scandals into the light. The TV pundits would have no choice but to acknowledge and discuss them. This, Democrats seem to instinctively fear, would rally the GOP. But they’re wrong. One the main reasons for the loyalty of Republican voters is that they perceive themselves as winners. They are conformists above all. Make losers out of them, and watch how many jump to the winning team, and how quickly.

When the Republicans took over congress, their leadership threw civility in the trash. They ruled ruthlessly and disregarded the impotent complaints of Democrats. The message to Democrats was clear and consistent: we don’t care what you, or the half of the country you represent, do, say, or think. They didn’t negotiate; they didn’t compromise; they wouldn’t even let the Democrats have a room for their mock hearings. They ignored or changed any rules that obstructed their total dominion. It’s imperative that they feel the consequence of those choices now, if we don’t want it to happen again. Instead, like a battered wife, the Democrats can’t wait to make nice again, tripping over each other to take impeachment “off the table.” It’s pitiful.

Bush needs to be impeached because Bush worshippers just plain deserve it. It was they that were giddy with self-righteous rage, so desperate to take Clinton down that they didn’t care how pathetic their excuse was. They need to be paid back, and to know they asked for it. They need to be demoralized and dismissed before they take the government back and damage it further. They need, after all, to know their reign was a colossal failure, a blight on the record. They need to know that now and forever, George W. Bush will be to presidents what OJ Simpson is to all-star running backs. These people understand things in terms of winning and losing, and they need to know that, in the end, they lost.

Bush needs to be impeached because the only language these people understand is power. Their hearts will not be touched by forgiveness. Any mercy is a sign of weakness to them. If you want to earn a thug’s respect, you’ve got to kick his ass up and down the block. No negotiation. No compromise. Slash and burn. Teach these assholes a lesson. Leave them broken and gasping in a puddle of their own urine. Don’t ever let them forget the humiliation and the shame of it.
- Allan Uthman

God damn yeah.

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I suppose you're wondering why I called you all here today...

Pic from here.
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Murderous attention whore's Fox special to go straight to dvd
No, not mAnn Coulter's. But shouldn't he be under arrest for voter fraud right now??

"Gee, the family values network figured promoting a snuff book might finally be a bad idea." - John in DC.

After a bloodbath of criticism, Fox News said Monday that it has severed its connection with the O.J. Simpson book and killed the TV special “If I Did It.”

“I and senior management agree with the American public that this was an ill-considered project,” said bloated, repugnant scumhole Rupert Murdoch. “We are sorry for any pain that this has caused the families of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson.” Christless jerkoff.

A dozen Fox affiliates had already said they would not air the two-part sweeps month special. “I have my own moral compass and this was easy,” said Bill Lamb, general manager of WDRB in Louisville.
What would have been next, a reality program on OJ finding the real killers?

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November 20, 2006

iPod, marquee, and other assorted sign generators.

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Here we go again
The White House has dismissed a CIA report that found no evidence of an Iranian nuclear weapons program.

The article by investigative journalist Seymour Hersh said the CIA's analysis was based on technical intelligence collected by overhead satellites and on other evidence like measurements of the radioactivity of water samples.
"The CIA found no conclusive evidence, as yet, of a secret Iranian nuclear weapons program running parallel to the civilian operations that Iran has declared to the International Atomic Energy Agency," according to the article.

"A current senior intelligence official confirmed the existence of the CIA analysis, and told me that the White House had been hostile to it," it said.
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