July 31, 2007

Cutie! Dumbo octopus.

But I Can't Fucking Find It!! and i want to orally love it so baaaad!!!
Blame Dohiyi Mir for this outrageously hateful photo which should never be allowed in the political discourse among falafel and loofah lovers......

And THAT is why we are proud of our incivility pledge and NC-17 Blog rating. Captions anyone?

~Teh Undie Lib~

Quick One Hitters
After bribing several Middle east regimes with weapons deals, Chimpface's concubine Condi and Defense Secretary Bob Gates were dispatched to meet with our allies in the Middle East to put on a dog and pony show obtain increased support for the Iraqi government and are leaving with nothing to show for their efforts. Well, Condi DID score a few pair of snazzy shoes...... Gates was disappointed to have not grabbed a deal on some rugs.

Be all you can be by being a "quick shipper" and snag a REAL quick Twenty Grand.

Iraq Nam is said to be in the throes (not last either) of a "second insurgency".

Headline of the day on teh intratubes: Cheney Says He Is A 'Unique Creature' heh, tru dat, Darth but you are NOT my father either!

Speaking of tubes, Senator Tubes got raided.

~Undeniable Liberal~

So am I!
"During the course of defendant Bill O'Reilly's sexual rant, it became clear that he was using a vibrator upon himself, and that he ejaculated. Plaintiff was repulsed."

Rule of l...
The Democrats are scandal addicts. So says gpuke fuckhole Rich Lowry in his latest one-handed hate-screed --

A majority is a terrible thing to waste. That’s not stopping congressional Democrats. When not trying to force a pullout from Iraq, their main effort has been chasing Bush-administration scandals that loom large only in their fevered imaginations....

But Democrats can’t help themselves. They’ve held more than 600 oversight hearings so far, and these hearings are close to their only accomplishment.
Awwww. Wehhhh. Gee. Where have I heard something like that before... hmmmm...

Suck it, you foul-smelling smeg-pump. What goes around comes around, doesn't it, jerkoff. No link fot this garbage -- just do a search on "repuke touch-hole" and you'll probably find it.

Vichycrat ballgargler escalates attack on Iraq critics Democrats
Quisling Senator Joe Lieberman blasts Dems as excessively partisan and unwilling to use the military might of the US to bomb the bejeesus out of "America's enemies."

Lieberman insists he is not actively considering joining the Republican Party. But he is keeping that possibility wide open as his mouth... errr, disenchantment grows with Democratic leaders. The main sticking points are their attempts to end the war in Iraq, their hesitation to take a harder line against Iran, and their refusal to join him on all fours in front of the Preznit.

“I think either [Democrats] are, in my opinion, respectfully, na├»ve in thinking we can somehow defeat this enemy with talk, or they’re simply hesitant to use American power, including military power,” Lieberman said in a wide-ranging interview. "Diplomacy? Did we use diplomacy when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? No!"

Lieberman -- after implying Dems are pussy-assed America-hating deafeatosurrendermonkeys -- says he is annoyed by the mudslinging on Capitol Hill and Democrats’ unwillingness to kiss Bush's a... ahem, work with Preznit Bush. But his critics say he has contributed to that polarization by his rhetoric and refusal to compel the AWOL little fuckwit to find a new way forward in Iraq.

“I’m disappointed that I am in so small a minority among Senate Democrats in taking the position that I have, on my knees in front of our glorious leader's mighty wang,” Lieberman said.
He might just as well have, anyway.

A nation of laws
Dick "dick" Cheney defends US attorney general, convicted aide, Vlad the Impaler, John Wayne Gacy

"I'm a big fan of Al's. I think Al has done a good job under difficult circumstances. The debate between Al and the Senate is something they're going to have to resolve. But I think Al has testified truthfully," said the vice president. "Pat Leahy can go fuck himself," he added, ripping the head off a kitten and swallowing the hot spurting blood.

"Arrrggh!! Gahrhrrr! Rrrrrhhhh!"

July 30, 2007

Bunnday? Cool! Taking off!

A Very Disturbing Image Of LIEberman
For fuck's sake and the love of all things fucked. This is getting beyond hilarious. Bill "falafelman" O'Lielly" already tightly puckered sphincter is all a twitter over "Disturbing Images" of Joe Lieberman(R-Tel-Aviv) at The Great Orange Satan. Indeed, must see TV on the idiot box tonite at Fox Spews:

The O’Reilly Factor plans an update on issues involving DailyKos website the story for Monday.
There are some disturbing images on the DailyKos depicting Sen. Joe Lieberman and others along with some very offensive language. We are asking for statements regarding this issue from each of the Democratic candidates planning to attend the YearlyKos convention.
The image attached is from an active posting. I think that most people would agree that this sort of thing has no place in mainstream political discourse.

Shit the bed, Fred!! “Disturbing” images of Joe Lieberman? THIS liberal mind can only imagine. However, the crew at Corrente mentions Holy Joe in the context of a fluffer. If you dare, the "disturbing image" is below........

~Undeniable Liberal~

Dumb or dishonest?
Yes. Now shitcan the motherfucker.

This scandal over the firing of the attorneys has been raging for months, has been the subject of several congressional hearings, has led to the resignations of six people, and even has Republicans calling for Gonzales to go.

You would think that given all that, Gonzales would have been prepared to answer such simple questions. His dodgy replies made him look like a complete imbecile in front of the entire country.

His testimony leaves only two possible conclusions. Either he is the most incompetent attorney to ever hold a government job, or he is hiding something so shocking and dangerous that he's willing to purposely destroy his reputation and even risk perjury charges to keep it secret.

My bet's on the latter.

If Gonzales were this incompetent, I can't see how even his good friend George W. Bush could stand by him. Not only is Bush resisting bipartisan pressure to fire Gonzales, he's giving him a strong vote of confidence, well beyond "Heckuva job, Brownie" status.

You've heard of honor among thieves. It works for liars, too. ...

[A]t a very basic level, they have lost the ability to govern, to carry out policies, and to do the work of the people. We no longer have a viable president, vice president or attorney general. They are dead weight, an anchor on the ship of state that prevents moving forward and repairing the damage they have wrought. If they truly believed in the oath of office they took, they would lock themselves up in prison for the good of the country.

But since they are incapable of holding anyone accountable for their actions, they will continue along their merry, destructive way until Congress grows a backbone and impeaches the lot of them.

-- Ha. As if. From a Nevada op-ed.

"[T]he Attorney General is apparently a great big liar, and not only that, he's willing to lie under oath. Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the chief law enforcement officer of the United States supposed to avoid blatantly committing perjury?" -- EarlG, DemoUnderground. You'd think so, right?

Alberto Gonzales, seen here leaving his chiropractor's office.

Serial liar's untruthfulness long known
"Misstatements" to shield BFF Bush stretch back a decade --

Alberto Gonzales has appeared to lawmakers to be shielding uncomfortable facts about the Bush administration's conduct on sensitive matters. A series of misstatements and omissions has come to define his tenure at the helm of the Justice Department and is the central reason that lawmakers in both parties have been trying for months to push him out of his job.
Cripes. Can this WaComPo reporter be any more of a snivelling pantywaist?

For months -- if not years -- now, the so-called 'attorney general of the United States' has been suppressing information embarrassing to his actual bosses, the co-presidents Bush and Cheney. While Democrats are trying to restore some measure of credibilty to the once-respected office, republicans would still rather put party before country and protect the president(s).

There. Fixed it. Christ.
Yet controversy over Gonzales's candor about George W. Bush's conduct or policies has actually dogged him for more than a decade, since he worked for Bush in Texas...
And still that magical vortex of suckitude called Congress confirmed this lying assclown as the nation's attorney general. It's fucking mindboggling.

Flipping off Congress, America.

From today's duh!.com
Former VP Walter Mondale: Tricky Dick Cheney is a contemptible Stalin-like sneak with illusions of dictatorship and an itchy "fuck you" finger.

"I swear to Christ I'll rip all your Goddamn throats out!"

Shit in, shit out
From an article trying to defend chronic liar and laughingstock Alberto Gonzales, in something laughingly called 'the American Thinker' -- which apparently exists just to regurgitate rethug propaganda/talking points:

Democrats are playing political games with national security and mongering phony scandal. It amounts to a program of harassment of the Bush Administration's efforts to defend us against attack by uncovering terror plots...
Zzzzzzzzz.... Right. Here we go again. Isn't their logo that take-off of Rodin's famous statue sitting on the toilet? If not, it should be.

Turning Corners!!
Writing in Pravda al Jazeera the New York Times, Michael O'Hanlon and Kenneth Pollack present an upbeat report on American prospects in Iraq that has to have Joe LIEberman(R-Tel-Aviv) sporting major wood:

VIEWED from Iraq, where we just spent eight days meeting with American and Iraqi military and civilian personnel, the political debate in Washington is surreal. The Bush administration has over four years lost essentially all credibility. Yet now the administration’s critics, in part as a result, seem unaware of the significant changes taking place.
Here is the most important thing Americans need to understand: We are finally getting somewhere in Iraq, at least in military terms. As two analysts who have harshly criticized the Bush administration’s miserable handling of Iraq, we were surprised by the gains we saw and the potential to produce not necessarily “victory” but a sustainable stability that both we and the Iraqis could live with.
Verifying astonishing signs of normalcy, significant progress and evidence that the insurgency al Qaeda the resistance movement is in it's last throes and on the run, Reuters reports that "Gunmen killed eight people and wounded two others on Saturday in a drive-by shooting in a Turkman village near the town of Tuz Khurmato, about 180 km (110 miles) north of Baghdad . . " Also, among many other incidents:
' BAGHDAD - One U.S. soldier was killed by small arms fire north of Baghdad, the U.S. military said. . .
BAGHDAD - A roadside bomb targeting an Iraqi army patrol wounded four people, including a soldier, in Baghdad's Zayouna area, police said. . .
BAGHDAD - Three people were wounded by a mortar round which fell near the former residence of the French ambassador near al-Mesbah intersection in central Baghdad, police said. . .
KIRKUK - A mortar bomb wounded five people in a residential area of Kirkuk, 250 km (155 miles) north of Baghdad, police and hospital sources said. . .
- Around 10 am, a roadside bomb exploded in front of a shop whose owner was supplying people for food ration which had months of delay killing one man and injuring 25 other[s] at Belad Rouz ( 40 km east of Baquba).Most of the injured are women and children.
- Around 10 am, three policemen were killed and three others injured when a roadside bomb targeted their patrol near Deli Abass( east Baquba).

Oh, and the parliament took off for their August vacation today.
LIEberman and his Reich-Wing puppetmasters are reacting with typical masterbatory glee. There is absolutely no evidence to back up a rumour that the phone numbers of the Times stenographers are in the DC madam's little black book.

~Undeniable Liberal~

Rule of law! Rule of law!
Top GOP senator continues to protect America-destroying Dictator-tot, advises against Gonzales perjury probe

Arlen Specter, the top WH ass-humper Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee is advising "for now" against a perjury investigation of lying preznental dong-chomper Alberto Gonzales over his "apparent" "misstatements" under sworn testimony about the illegal warrantless spying program.

Fred's funds raise fear of flop
Drudgerico reports: Saint Fred Reaganson, savior of the rebooblican party, announced that his pre-presidential non-campaign campaign raised only slightly more than $3 million, substantially less than some backers had hoped.

Wolf, you ignorant whore-slut
While interviewing the Douchebag of Liberty, Wolf Blitzer confirmed Novakula's description of him as a "soft interviewer" with little white girly hands, pink silky panty briefs, red fuck-me pumps and a squidgie brown nose.

Enough already
For the love of God and all that's holy, it's time to impeach the preznit -- and Bush also.

This administration has not just let Americans down; it has frightened them. A great many understand, intuitively or explicitly, that we are experiencing a constitutional crisis and that impeachment proceedings are the proper tonic. Unfortunately, key Democrats continue to mistake the medicine for the disease.

Nancy Pelosi still keeps impeachment "off the table"; she and her advisers fear that if they allow Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers to open impeachment hearings, it will rally the Republican base in defense of Bush and Cheney. History suggests she's wrong: Opposition parties that have pursued impeachment in a high-minded manner have, in every instance, maintained or improved their position in Congress and have usually won the presidency in the next election.

Pelosi should step out of the way and let her colleagues restore the rule of law.

Indeed. From a John Nichols op-ed.

Why do they hate America?

Makin' significant progress
A "cause for optimism" -- yore preznit, 7/12/07.

  • With their month-long August vacation starting already, Iraq's government has failed to take responsibility for reconstruction projects and is struggling to administer its budget for oil, public works and education, a U.S. special inspector general said on Monday.

  • As things continue to go remarkably well in Iraq, three U.S. soldiers were killed during combat operations on Thursday in Anbar province, the U.S. military revealed.

  • As we turn another corner in that benighted hellhole, about 8 million Iraqis -- nearly a third of the population -- need immediate emergency aid because of the huge humanitarian crisis caused by the war.

  • Since we've turned the tide with the new strategery, a bomb in an Indiana-like market has killed only six after the Iraq Cup victory, while other attacks have left 58 dead.

  • US generals expect to need a large contingent of troops in Iraq until the middle of 2009, the commander of U.S. forces in Iraq said on Monday.

  • As we adapt to win, US-tribal alliances draw Iraqi ire: The strategy is 'a seed for civil war,' says a prime minister's aide.

    Yes, we are finally getting somewhere in Iraq! Morons.

  • July 29, 2007

    Stick A Fork in Him......
    When the propaganda arm of the Republicunt party can't find any defenders for Abu Gonzales, one would think that his goose is cooked and cooked very well done. From Fox Spews:

    By the way, we invited White House officials and Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee to defend Attorney General Gonzales. We had no takers.
    When the "loyal Bushies" have lost dumb fuck Bush tool Orin Hatch ... time is up. It's really bad when even the Cocktail Weenie Party people won't defend him. But can Chimpy's favorite chili-bean ride out the clock just like everybody else in this Mis-Administration? Calling Coach Dean Smith...it's time to go to the four corners offense.

    ~Undie Lib~

    Cleavage Obsession
    For her age, Senator Clinton, otherwise known as the wife of the almighty Clenis is a nice looking woman, but for gawds sake, could the "liberal media" stop obsessing about her cleavage already?
    A more noteworthy cleavage, IMHO, would the magical cleavage of Hootie McJuggalicious, trophy wife and unofficial campaign director for Frederick of Hollywood. One doesn't have to be a horny and dirty old man to appreciate the significance of such......um....significance.

    ~Undeniable Liberal~


    President Bush often insists he has to be the decider — ignoring Congress and the public when it comes to the tough matters on war, terrorism and torture, even deciding whether an ordinary man in Florida should be allowed to let his wife die with dignity. Apparently that burden does not apply to the functioning of one of the most vital government agencies, the Justice Department.

    Americans have been waiting months for Mr. Bush to fire Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, who long ago proved that he was incompetent and more recently has proved that he can’t tell the truth. Mr. Bush refused to fire him after it was clear Mr. Gonzales lied about his role in the political purge of nine federal prosecutors. And he is still refusing to do so — even after testimony by the F.B.I. director, Robert Mueller, that suggests that Mr. Gonzales either lied to Congress about Mr. Bush’s warrantless wiretapping operation or at the very least twisted the truth so badly that it amounts to the same thing.

    Mr. Gonzales has now told Congress twice that there was no dissent in the government about Mr. Bush’s decision to authorize the National Security Agency to spy on Americans’ international calls and e-mails without obtaining the legally required warrant. Mr. Mueller and James Comey, a former deputy attorney general, say that is not true. Not only was there disagreement, but they also say that they almost resigned over the dispute.

    Both men say that in March 2004 — when Mr. Gonzales was still the White House counsel — the Justice Department refused to endorse a continuation of the wiretapping program because it was illegal. (Mr. Comey was running the department temporarily because Attorney General John Ashcroft had emergency surgery.) Unwilling to accept that conclusion, Vice President Dick Cheney sent Mr. Gonzales and another official to Mr. Ashcroft’s hospital room to get him to approve the wiretapping.

    Mr. Comey and Mr. Mueller intercepted the White House team, and they say they watched as a groggy Mr. Ashcroft refused to sign off on the wiretapping and told the White House officials to leave. Mr. Comey said the White House later modified the eavesdropping program enough for the Justice Department to sign off.

    Last week, Mr. Gonzales denied that account. He told the Senate Judiciary Committee the dispute was not about the wiretapping operation but was over “other intelligence activities.” He declined to say what those were.

    Lawmakers who have been briefed on the administration’s activities said the dispute was about the one eavesdropping program that has been disclosed. So did Mr. Comey. And so did Mr. Mueller, most recently on Thursday in a House hearing. He said he had kept notes.

    That was plain enough. It confirmed what most people long ago concluded: that Mr. Gonzales is more concerned about doing political-damage control for Mr. Bush — in this case insisting that there was never a Justice Department objection to a clearly illegal program — than in doing his duty. But the White House continued to defend him.

    As far as we can tell, there are three possible explanations for Mr. Gonzales’s talk about a dispute over other — unspecified — intelligence activities. One, he lied to Congress. Two, he used a bureaucratic dodge to mislead lawmakers and the public: the spying program was modified after Mr. Ashcroft refused to endorse it, which made it “different” from the one Mr. Bush has acknowledged. The third is that there was more wiretapping than has been disclosed, perhaps even purely domestic wiretapping, and Mr. Gonzales is helping Mr. Bush cover it up.

    Democratic lawmakers are asking for a special prosecutor to look into Mr. Gonzales’s words and deeds. Solicitor General Paul Clement has a last chance to show that the Justice Department is still minimally functional by fulfilling that request.

    If that does not happen, Congress should impeach Mr. Gonzales.

    -- a NY Times editorial.

    July 28, 2007

    Yay iz caturday time now zzzzzzzzzz...

    Around blogtopia
    y! sctp!

  • Jon at the Pensito Review: Tony Snow whines about Dem investigations - but the GOP issued hundreds of subpoenas against the Clintons, even investigating their cat (the GOP issued 1,052 subpoenas to investigate the Clinton Administration between 1997 and 2002).

  • Catapulting the propaganda: Il Duce-bag preaches to the choir about executive privilege.

  • Some nice pics of hummingbirds at the Biomes Blog.

  • A cup of pups. Because the world needs more puppies.

  • OK, this cracked me up: "Peanuts" by Charles Bukowski.

  • Bob Geiger has the Saturday toons!

  • Yuck!

  • Must-see video: Back talk -- pissed off at Bush and the press.

  • Giggle: Death Cat on Gonzo watch.

  • The Fox Nutwork's nutty lefty blogosphere paranoid witch hunt.

  • Letting Freedom Reign!
    The Iraqi parliament has learned from their American mentors well as they prepare to go on vacation.

    Missing from Thursday's session of the Iraqi parliament were about half of the members, including the speaker, the former speaker and two former prime ministers.
    Also missing: a sense of urgency. Looks like the Iraqi government is following the supreme American model of democracy.
    And in further evidence of amazing progress in a peaceful Indiana market, guerrillas detonated a massive car bomb in Central Baghdad that killed 25, wounded 75, and left rows of shops destroyed. Some 20 bodies were found in the streets of Baghdad on Thursday as multiple bombs ratify claims of astonishing signs of normalcy.

    ~Undie Lib~

    Bushies try obfustication, bullshit to try to explain away contradictory testimonies --

    The White House labored on Friday to explain how apparently dueling testimony from Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and FBI Director Robert Mueller actually was not at odds.

    The apparent contradiction only compounded problems for Gonzales, who is losing support among members of both parties even as he retains that of Stupie McNumbhead.
    "It depends on what the meaning of "is" is," said WH spokesliar Tony Snow, adding there was "no controlling legal authority."

    What the Phuck??
    So when does the bombing and subsequent bombing of Saudi Arabia begin? Amid all the bullshit about Iran, Syria, and Hezzbollah helping the insurgents resistance in Iraq, the "liberal media" media missed this :

    The U.S. intelligence reports, heretofore secret, describe how Al Rajhi Bank has maintained accounts and accepted donations for Saudi charities that the U.S. and other nations have formally designated as fronts for al Qaeda or other terrorist groups.
    The Bush administration Cheney menstruation is demonstrating it's displeasure at Saudi Arabia by selling them billions of dollars of new military equipment.
    Meanwhile, staunch partner in the GWOT®, Pakistan continues to harbor al Qaeda headquarters. Oh, the irony.

    ~Undeniable Liberal~

    Awww, ah wanted tuh watch Spiderman tuhday..
    Bush briefly assumes command as Cheney goes into hospital for new batteries, oil change.

    "And grind up some puppies for my IV, dammit!"

    Makin' signifitude progress
    A "cause for optimism" -- yore preznit, 7/12/07.

  • Iraqi leader tells Bush: Get Gen Petraeus out. Bush told Maliki to "calm down" -- "Ah'm the war preznit deciderer commander-guy! Me!"

  • Another Baghdad car bombing has killed at least 4 Saturday.

  • The US embassy, built in the heart of the heavily-fortified Green Zone, is too dangerous for Iraqi civilians to visit.

  • July 27, 2007

    The more you know...
    A few posts back, anonymous asked what "funky Mormon underpants" look like. This {shudder} :