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Archive for October, 2005

SC-ALITO TO THE RESCUE!

Monday, October 31st, 2005

Well, it's Monday morning and if that's not bad enough, Bush is set to announce to nomination of 3rd Circuit Appelate Judge Samuel Alito, aka Little Sc-Alito, for the Supreme Court. Sc-Alito should fit well on the SCOTUS, shown below, ritualistically devouring human flesh.  Judge Alito, another fine Yale man, ...

Libby’s Indictment

Monday, October 31st, 2005

Five indictments for Scooter Libby; none (so far) for Rove, Cheney or their sockpuppet named George.  OK, so it wasn’t the Holly Jolly Fitzmas that liberals were hoping for.  But it’s a little early for conservatives to start going “neener neener neener.”  Nobody’s out of the woods yet. Perhaps Scooter Libby ...

Indictments Soon

Tuesday, October 25th, 2005

From Steve Clemons at The Washington Note we have the following: Indictments Coming Tomorrow; Targets Received Letters Today An uber-insider source has just reported the following to TWN: 1. 1-5 indictments are being issued. The source feels that it will be towards the higher end. 2. ...

Tolerance Is Not Christian Anymore

Tuesday, October 25th, 2005

I posted on Religious Fascism last week and I received the following quote as a comment. It made me angry. As I wrote I continued to think of more problems with the statement and examples of how it is wrong. My post was in response to a Religious organization promoting ...

Republican Perjury is Only a Technicality

Monday, October 24th, 2005

The Washington Post says the following, “In a preview of how Republicans would counter charges against top administration officials by Fitzgerald, Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison of Texas brushed aside an indictment for perjury -- rather than for the underlying crime of outing a covert operative -- as a "technicality."” That sure ...

California Propositions

Monday, October 24th, 2005

This year the Governator has requested a special election in California in order to bolster his sagging poll numbers. It seems pretty strange that he would put his efforts behind four propositions that he deems important to his cause. The next regular election in California would be the spring primaries ...

Majority of Americans Favor Health Care Policies Opposed By the Republican Party

Thursday, October 20th, 2005

In a new Harris Poll released today it is clear that the Bush administration and the Republican congress are working against the will of the people. Democrats owe it to the American People to point out that Health Care is a major issue and Democrats support the policy desired by ...

Harriet Miers Questionnaire

Thursday, October 20th, 2005

My contacts at the White House (the white house across the street from the bagel shop in town) have managed to secure for me the Senate Judiciary Questionnaire as filled out by Associate Justice nominee Harriet Miers. At least, it might be that. I have to say, I don't know ...

Secret - Or Secret Code?

Thursday, October 20th, 2005

Religion was once a private matter. But, religion has now become another of the Bush administrations secret codes. The Bush administration has always used secret code to signal its base as to what its thinking. This is because there are a number of people who attend Church and are conditioned ...

AFGHANISTAN - REMEMBER? THE REAL WAR ON TERROR?

Wednesday, October 19th, 2005

Well, things are moving along swimmingly on the Afghan Front of the war on terror.  We've managed to secure Kabul, a little, and Kandahar, a little less.  And, well... er, uh, that's about it.  What's it been?  Four years?  (We beat Hitler in three).  Meanwhile, "President" Bush and the Bushettes ...

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