Saturday, February 28, 2004

Ashcroft wants to imprison women who have had abortions

Justice Department subpoenas Planned Parenthood records

Only one solution to this kind of arrogance.

To them, women and homosexuals are just today's "niggers".
Tomorrow...the concentration camp?

A darker-souled lot can hardly be imagined, especially in the 21st century.

Trust the people?
Uniter, not divider?


Osama Bin Laden CAPTURED!

My Way News

How do I know?

The Pentagon and Pakistan say it is NOT so. And we know what kind of record they have.

Friday, February 27, 2004

Kerry voted most bighearted, bounteous, broad-minded, generous, giving, and tolerant Senator


Nutty neo-fascist Matt Drudge has discovered that Senator John Kerry is even more amazing than we thought. The most liberal member of the Senate! And what does it mean to be liberal?

Here is the definition:

Definition: [n] a person who favors a political philosophy of progress and reform and the protection of civil liberties
[n] a person who favors an economic theory of laissez-faire and self-regulating markets
[adj] tolerant of change; not bound by authoritarianism, orthodoxy, or tradition
[adj] showing or characterized by broad-mindedness; "a broad political stance"; "generous and broad sympathies"; "a liberal newspaper"; "tolerant of his opponent's opinions"
[adj] not literal; "a loose interpretation of what she had been told"; "a free translation of the poem"
[adj] given or giving freely; "was a big tipper"; "the bounteous goodness of God"; "bountiful compliments"; "a freehanded host"; "a handsome allowance"; "Saturday's child is loving and giving"; "a liberal backer of the arts"; "a munificent gift"; "her fond and openhanded grandfather"
[adj] having political or social views favoring reform and progress

Synonyms: big, bighearted, bounteous, bountiful, broad, broad-minded, civil-libertarian, free, freehanded, generous, giving, handsome, inexact, liberalistic, loose, neoliberal, openhanded, progressive, progressive, reformist, tolerant

Sounds like the opposite of George W. Bush! And HE's the worst president in American History. And an illegitimate one at that!

Thursday, February 26, 2004

Is William Safire just another Jayson Blair?

Capital Games:

"So Safire ignored what his paper's own reporters reported, and he juggled a highly selective set of factoids to make a rather serious charge: Ansar al-Islam equals Al Qaeda. He also ridiculed as 'simply silly' the notion that strong evidence was necessary to make this case, deriding those skeptics who would demand that 'the Ansar boss in Iraq must be found carrying an official Qaeda membership card signed by bin Laden.'
But the last laugh (of derision) was on Safire. According to whom? The New York Times. Ten days after Safire's 'smoking-gun' column, a page-one story by Douglas Jehl (the same Jehl whom Safire had hailed), reported that Ansar al-Islam 'appears to be operating mostly apart from Al Qaeda, senior American officials say.' Whoops.
Jehl's report continued: 'Most significantly, the officials said, American intelligence had picked up signs that Qaeda members outside Iraq had refused a request from the group, Ansar al-Islam, for help in attacking Shi'ite Muslims in Iraq.' Double whoops. " Daily Mislead Daily Mislead: "CHRONICLES OF CRONY CAPITALISM:
How Americans Are Short-Changed as the Cronies Cash In

In a new series, will document the relationships between some of the President's major policy initiatives and the interests of his major donors. Our chronicles will demonstrate how the Bush Administration shortchanges most Americans while benefiting major corporations and many of his re-election campaign's biggest donors and fundraisers: the infamous 'Rangers' and 'Pioneers.' To date, the President's re-election campaign has received over $100M from corporations, their top executives and their lobbyists. "

NPR : Nellie McKay, Live in Studio 4A

NPR : Nellie McKay, Live in Studio 4A

Check out this brilliant new singer/songwriter...

Wednesday, February 25, 2004

January the 13th: The Day the Earth was Spared

BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Earth almost put on impact alert

January the 13th! The sound rolls off the tongue like pomegranate nectar off the lips of a nymph! The birthdate of Gurdjieff, King Crimson, Orlando Bloom and the great Anonymoses. And the death date of James Joyce, the other Bloom.

But now we find out that January the 13th was also almost the day the world ended. Or at least got a good whacking.

Should we let this taint our day? I say no...since, alas, it missed us.
(By "it" I mean an asteroid that came darned close.)

January the 13th. The day the earth was spared...

Oh yes. And also the day George W. "choked on a pretzel".

Bush: the first president to try to write bias back into the Constitution


"By endorsing this shameful proposal, President Bush will go down in history as the first president to try to write bias back into the Constitution."

ConWeb: The more you read, the less you know.

ConWeb CEOs Say the Darndest Things

ConWeb: The more you read, the less you know.
Fast is not Best: Aesop Revisited

Greenspan: Shoulda taken the black box!

"Sieg Heil!" I mean "I am only THIS tall."
My Way News much for Social Security! Shoulda taken the black box option, Florida, Supreme Court, Bush. Thanks a lot!

You suck!

Token Bulletin on Gibson Christ Movie Controversy - Controversial 'Passion' debuts nationwide - Feb. 25, 2004

Is Mel Gibson a Semite?

Was Jesus Really a Homosexual?

Why are Jews and Muslims Cross With One Another?

Is Mel Gibson a Moneychanger?

Is Christianity Really Superstition?

Has Mel Gibson Ever Seen a Kangaroo Up Close?


Who's Who Online? - Who's Hot?

President Bush will go down in history as the first president to try to write bias back into the Constitution - You Decide 2004 - Dems Slam Bush Over Gay-Marriage Ban

The Gay community, their families and friends are ready to dump the bigot/president, now that he has carved in stone his intolerance, bigotry, and will to divide rather than unite people. He promised to be a uniter, and time again he has lied. Time for him to be outsourced back to Texas, where his bigotry might be more welcome.

Free America of Bush!

Sunday, February 22, 2004


TNR Online | Talking Back (1 of 2) (print)

Bush says YES to Euthanasia, mercy-killing granted dog

WASHINGTON - President Bush's dog Spot, the 15-year-old English springer spaniel who had remained eager to please despite increasing health troubles, died Saturday. Bush and his wife, Laura, went along with a veterinarian's recommendation to put Spotty, as the longtime Bush family pet was known, to sleep, according to White House spokesman Allen Abney. She had suffered a series of strokes recently, including one this week, he said.

May he rest in peace.

Imagine Bush having to debate Edwards or Kerry AND Nader

Imagine this scenerio...

National Debate. Bush is having to debate either John "Expanding Accordion" Edwards or John "Expanding Sackbut" Kerry. This must be frightening enough to poor George "Deflating Kazoo" Bush. But alas...he has to fend off the Democrat AND the fearless Ralph Nader.

Bush is obliterated.

And should it be the case that Nader realizes he hasn't enough votes to beat Bush...just because of machine politics...he might then throw his endorsement to Edwards or Kerry...and win himself a decent job within the new administration.

It could happen!

This is not necessarily a bad thing for Democrats. Especially if he is included within the debates. Mr. Nader has been a lifelong fighter for average Americans, and has certainly earned the right to be a contender.

I say "Let him"! He can help spread the truth about Mr. Bush...which can only hurt Bush. It is not enough to win. Bush must lose.

TRANSCRIPT of Nader on "Meet the Press"

EXCERPTS from the Interview:

MR. RUSSERT: You had said when John Edwards announced his candidacy that it was a good idea that he run for president.


MR. RUSSERT: You like him?

MR. NADER: I think the more organized the citizens are, the better a politician he's going to be. He's like an expanding accordion, unlike President Bush, who is really a giant corporation in the White House masquerading as a human being.

MR. RUSSERT: In terms of what you stand for, this is what you said in July of last year about George Bush: "[Nader] said Mr. Bush was not only `beatable but impeachable,' for deceptions and prevarications on national security matters..." Will part of your platform be the impeachment of George Bush?

MR. NADER: Let me put it this way. When a president misleads, if not fabricates, going to war and sending our sons and daughters to war with no exit strategy, with a quagmire over there, that is very serious, Tim. If there's any better definition of high crimes and misdemeanors in our Constitution, then misleading or fabricating the basis for going to war, as the press has documented ad infinitum, I don't know any cause of impeachment that's worse. So what is an impeachment? It's a hearing to see whether the House of Representatives is going to accuse or charge the president with high crimes and misdemeanors. And then it goes to the Senate for a trial. Our Founding Fathers gave the Congress the right to fire the president. It shouldn't be a big deal. For far more trivial reasons, you know, Clinton was impeached.

I think this country deserves a serious explanation of why, how, when this country was plunged into war against a brutal dictator tottering over an antiquated, non-loyal army, surrounded by hostile neighbors who, if he made one move against, would have obliterated him. It was oil. And oil has ruined so much of our foreign policy and antagonized so many people in the Third World, when we should be converting to renewable energy and solar energy and energy efficiency, all of which creates jobs in this country. So I think it is very important for the American people to take what happened last year very, very seriously.

MR. RUSSERT: So there should be an impeachment hearing and trial?

MR. NADER: I think Congressman John Conyers is going to file such a request.