#navbar-iframe{opacity:0.0;filter:alpha(Opacity=0)} #navbar-iframe:hover{opacity:1.0;filter:alpha(Opacity=100, FinishedOpacity=100)} Ed's Daily Rant: 04/01/2004 - 05/01/2004

Because face it.
I'm right, and you're wrong.

Friday, April 30, 2004

If you question Bush avoiding service in vietnam youre insulting the national guard. Now if you question wqhether Bush will be able to force democracy in Iraq, you’re a racist.

There's a lot of people in the world who don't believe that people whose skin color may not be the same as ours can be free and self-govern. I reject that. I reject that strongly. I believe that people who practice the Muslim faith can self-govern. I believe that people whose skins aren't necessarily -- are a different color than white can self-govern

Notice he’s so dumb he can’t even keep his smear on track. He uses Muslim and “brown people” interchangeably, so it becomes a multilayered insult to both muslims, “brown people” (whatever that means), the entire nation of democratic and quite “brown” India, and virtually any person with a shred of human dignity.

I confirmed that last one by talking to one of them.

A Conversation Between Al Franken & Ann Coulter
Friday, May 14, 2004 at 8:00PM

Second half of the evening is answering the written questions submitted by the audience. I need suggestions. I can only submit one.

Let's try and limit it to questions that have a hope of getting through, so as much as I would like to ask Ann about her huge adams apple, and why Al supports terrorism, that will have to wait until the meet and greet afterwards.

Thursday, April 29, 2004

A bill to tax people who use the internet went down, thankfully, on a 93-3 vote. But this part is just annoying:

The Senate decided not to attach an amendment by Sen. Tom Daschle, D-S.D., that would create incentives to double corn-based ethanol production nationwide.

Daschle is of course from farm rich South Dakota.

Ann Coulter:
If John Kerry would promise to fire Norman Mineta and start racial profiling at the airports, I would campaign for him.

Looks like Kerry will now have to make do without the crucial raving lunatic transgender vote.

New CBS poll released. All around bad news for Bush in ever category. But what always strikes me are the number of bushbots out there. The consistent block of voters, that most likely post to freerepublic.com under the handle treeclimber, or host shows on FOX news, or are fat and addicted to hillbilly heroin, that say Bush can do no wrong no matter what facts you present. I suppose its true for the left as well. I know some people who will defend Kerry against almost anything, but I don’t know anyone who would go to these extremes. Examples:

Very well 4%

Stayed the same 10%

Very likely 10%

Less than a year 8%

Easier than they expected
Now 2%

Yes 18%

Who are these people?

Wednesday, April 28, 2004

Congratulations to huge fat load Scott Paterno for winning the Republican nomination for Pennsylvania’s 17 district! This inspiring young man will attack congress like he attacked his 12 Carne Asada Grilled Steak Taco's last night in what he likes to call his "pre dinner warm up".

But before you start to get the impression that there’s nothing more to this completely inexperienced candidate other than his last name and about 350 pounds of fat, most of which resides in his neck, let’s take a step back and judge the man on his words….

In my opinion, President Clinton, at the very least, conspired to commit murder at least 56 times.

That is what happens to people who threaten this president. They die, they die fast and they die before they can do any damage.

Clinton has always tried to stay one step ahead of the game, always keeping his enemies in front of him and his friends afraid of him. He is most likely guilty of the following crimes: conspiracy to commit murder, accessory to murder, campaign fraud, obstruction of justice, money laundering, extortion, drug running, bribery, destruction of subpoenaed documents, federal witness tampering . . . the list goes on and on.

Tuesday, April 27, 2004

How I spent my weekend.

Skip pointed to a WAPO article talking about the “typical” red state republican. It’s pretty sickening. The piece goes on and on about how this man is the “typical” red stater because he goes to church, loves hamburgers and god, kisses his daughters, etc. Unlike say, the typical "blue" stater who we can only assume from this article feeds off the blood of dead fetuses, worships idols of Osama Bin laden and watches endless hours of child pornography.

Then they mention that he goes to Freerepublic.com. The only description given in the article about it is that they call themselves the "the premier conservative news forum."

Pretty laughable. TO anyone that isn't aware, Freerepublic is full of hate filled bile spewing right wing lunatics whose members do things like call all democrats traitors who love terrorists, compare democrats to Hitler, advocate assasinating prominent democratic politicians, and on and on..

Being a typical blue stater, I decided to put down my crack pipe, wipe the blood of dead babies off my Jesus hating hands and took a gander at the site and found the mans handle is treeclimber. Here are some other traits that this typical red stater also exhibits, at least when hes not eating apple pie and hugging his kids....

Here is talking about how all Democrats Hate all things American and they don't support the troops.

Here he is spinning insane conspiracy theories against the Clintons.

Here he is talking about how he believes Bin Laden was behind the Oklahoma City bombing.

Here he is saying that democrats are “willing to damage the economy to bolster their political chances”, have “no shame in tearing this country down for their own political gain”, and. Last but not least, anyone who supports Kerry, which is about half of the country, are not a “thinking person”.

And as a companion piece to that sweet bit of brilliance, here is his take on how democrats, you know, the ones who cannot think and hate America especially the troops), debate the issues:
Ever notice the Dems/Libs cannot win a debate on the issues. They have to resort to personal attacks and other scurrilous means to try to undermine their political opponents.

Gosh. No mention of this aspect of his personality in the post piece? If I wasn't so busy thinking of new ways to hate America, I might actually let the Washington Post know how I feel about that.

Remember Pennsylvania primary voters. Make sure you vote today. Arlen Specters supporters are counting on you.

Friday, April 23, 2004


I meditate to regain my mana, before casting Lvl. 8 Cock of the Infinite.

One of the private companies being hired by the U.S. to help in Iraq, is hiring!

The name of the company is called Custer Battles.


What are you laughing at?

Heartbreaking. Look now before it's removed.

Insert you're own wacky captions at your leisure.

Thursday, April 22, 2004

Comparisons #3.

Vietnam era medical histories.


His first Purple Heart citation.

His second.

His third.

Had a hemorrhoid while serving in the champagne unit of the Texas Air
National Guard.

Comparisons #2

"Do not Volunteer for Overseas."

"I request duty in Vietnam"

Comparisons #1.
(this one is from Kos)
Intelligent, mature and rich in educational background and
experience, Ens Kerry is one of the finest young officers I have ever
met and without question one of the most promising.

Lt. Bush has not been observed at this unit during the period of

Wednesday, April 21, 2004

BBC America, Thursdays at 10. I never miss it. Damn funny show.

B.D. Loses his leg.
I'm more shocked that this is the first time in 20 years they showed BD without a helmet on.

Remember when Colin Powell had integrity?

Woodward says Prince Bandar was told of the decision to go to war before Powell. If this is true Powell has only a few options. Admit the truth, say nothing, or do the third option: invent an accusation never made and deny it, thus leaving the blatantly dishonest impression the actual alleagtion is false.

Guess which one he went with?

The Washington Post journalist said Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and Vice-President Dick Cheney told Bandar of the decision in a meeting on Jan. 11, 2003, using phrases such as "you can take it to the bank" and "He (Saddam) is toast."

"That's silly because I participated in the development of the plan," Powell responded on Monday on the Sean Hannity radio show.

"I commented on the plan when it was being developed, and I knew when Vice President Cheney and Mr. Rumsfeld and General (Richard) Myers were going to go brief Prince Bandar on a plan, a plan that I was intimately familiar with," Powell said.

But Woodward said on the CNN program "Larry King Live" that while Powell might have known of the plan, he was not told of the decision to implement it until after the Jan. 11 meeting with Bandar.

And of course Condi Rice, whose proven herself time and time again to be a lying sack of shit, continues this same bullshit argument:
"It's just not the proper impression that somehow Prince Bandar was in the know in the way that Secretary Powell was not. It's just not right. Secretary Powell had been privy to all of this. He knew what the war plan was."

Geez. I wonder where people learn to be such lying pricks. Is it genetic? or is it taught?

Q Mr. President, why are you and the Vice President insisting on appearing together before the 9/11 Commission? And, Mr. President, who will you be handing the Iraqi government over to on June 30th?

THE PRESIDENT: We will find that out soon. That's what Mr. Brahimi is doing; he's figuring out the nature of the entity we'll be handing sovereignty over. And, secondly, because the 9/11 Commission wants to ask us questions, that's why we're meeting. And I look forward to meeting with them and answering their questions.

Q I was asking why you're appearing together, rather than separately, which was their request.

THE PRESIDENT: Because it's a good chance for both of us to answer questions that the 9/11 Commission is looking forward to asking us, and I'm looking forward to answering them.

Let's see --

Q Mr. President --

THE PRESIDENT: Hold on for a minute. Oh, Jim.

Q Thank you, Mr. President.

THE PRESIDENT: I've got some "must calls," I'm sorry.

DIANE SAWYER: (You) stated as a hard fact, that there were weapons of mass destruction as opposed to the possibility that he could move to acquire those weapons still —

PRESIDENT BUSH: So what's the difference?

"There are some who feel like the conditions are such that they can attack us there. My answer is, bring 'em on."
- George W. Bush

"Those weapons of mass destruction have got to be somewhere ... nope, no weapons over there ... maybe under here?" Bush joked.

Tuesday, April 20, 2004

The man is truly frightening.

Woodward: “He chastised me at one point because I said people were concerned about the failure to find weapons of mass destruction. And he said, ‘Well you travel in elite circles.’

NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre said in a telephone interview that while the group has differences with Bush, most members "still consider him a friend." LaPierre said Kerry is "probably the most anti-Second Amendment candidate in the country's history," and would "go after every semi-automatic firearm in the country."

The association, which endorsed Bush and Cheney in the 2000 election, will not endorse a candidate until the fall, spokesman Andrew Arulanandam said.

The suspense is killing me.

The subserviant chicken

From Pandagon:
The president must remember that the military is a special instrument. It is lethal, and it is meant to be. It is not a civilian police force. It is not a political referee. And it is most certainly not designed to build a civilian society.
-Condoleeza Rice, Foreign Affairs, January/February 2000.

Monday, April 19, 2004

"I wish you would have given me this written question ahead of time, so I could plan for it. (Laughter.) John, I'm sure historians will look back and say, gosh, he could have done it better this way, or that way. You know, I just -- I'm sure something will pop into my head here in the midst of this press conference, with all the pressure of trying to come up with an answer, but it hadn't yet. "
George W. Bush

"There are some who feel like the conditions are such that they can attack us there. My answer is, bring 'em on."
- George W. Bush

99 Soldiers Killed in Iraq in April.

Woodward on 60 Minutes:“Gets to a point where in July, the end of July 2002, they need $700 million, a large amount of money for all these tasks. And the president approves it. But Congress doesn't know and it is done. They get the money from a supplemental appropriation for the Afghan War, which Congress has approved. "

Article 1; Section. 9; Clause 7, the United States Constitution:
No Money shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in Consequence of Appropriations made by Law; and a regular Statement and Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of all public Money shall be published from time to time.

Thats just funny.

Friday, April 16, 2004

"A country that hides something is a country that is afraid of getting caught."


Bush Administration most secretive ever

Quaratined porn stars.

Jesus Christ. If a BJ can get you impeached, how about violating the constitution?

From Bob Woodward, via CBS, via atrios:
"President Bush, after a National Security Council meeting, takes Don Rumsfeld aside, collars him physically and takes him into a little cubbyhole room and closes the door and says, 'What have you got in terms of plans for Iraq?' What is the status of the war plan? I want you to get on it. I want you to keep it secret," says Woodward.

"...The end of July 2002, they need $700 million, a large amount of money for all these tasks. And the president approves it. But Congress doesn't know and it is done. They get the money from a supplemental appropriation for the Afghan War, which Congress has approved. ...Some people are gonna look at a document called the Constitution which says that no money will be drawn from the treasury unless appropriated by Congress. Congress was totally in the dark on this."

I swear this president is an absolute nightmare in every respect.

I don't normally do this, but this man needs your help. Without doantions he can no longer review movies. And trust me, we NEED these reviews.

For instance, thinking of letting your teenage daughter go see the Disney kid movie Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen? Think again.

This filth contains the following:
dressing to maximize the female and male forms and/or skin exposure
repeatedly and frequent camera angle to force viewer on to private parts
female staring at male posterior below navel skin
repeatedly excessive cleavage, teen
repeatedly inappropriate touch
five uses of God's name in vain without the four letter expletive by a teen

And worst of all:
two 15 year olds alone in downtown NYC


Look into his eyes and tell me you wouldnt trust him with our children?

Go Uconn.

Number 4 is my favorite.


They took down the site. But google has a cache.

And upon further reflection, the hot little redhead in picture 2 has now ratcheted to number 1 on my list.

Oh its true. Eddie likes the red heads.

Jesus what a train wreck. My prediction is the talking baseball will have more insight that Tim "I would suck off all the Yankees if they let me" McCarver. Quick drinking game. Every time that jackoff says "in my view", take a shot. Whenever the words "curse" are spoken, openly question Tim McCarver's sexual proclivities regarding his mother. Whenever they show the idiot, and now cripple, Aaron Boones Lucky home run, take a speedball of herion and cocaine, a la the fixer upper guy from Murphy Brown.

And I'm hoping the line "You're thoughts, Scooter?" appears at some point to just hammer home to those idiots that Fox is making them work with a cartoon.

I hear game 2 will have color commentary from the Littlest Groom.

Oh the jokes just write themselves....

No one needs reminding of that except Fox and commissioner Bud Selig, who signed off on Fox's plans to unveil four video gimmicks during tonight's broadcast, including "ball tracer," which will fasten a comet trail on pitches. There's also a silhouetted strike zone that crumbles with the sound of breaking glass.

And in case Joe Buck and Tim McCarver need an assist in the booth during Fox's first regular season prime-time baseball telecast since Mark McGwire's 62nd home run in 1998, say hello to "Scooter."

"Scooter is a talking baseball," Hill said on a conference call. "He's a little animated baseball and he's going to explain the various pitches that are in various pitchers' weaponry."

Black Bush 2004

Mars, Bitches!

Wednesday, April 14, 2004

Tom Delay today:

Another Democrat questioning President Bush's leadership during the ongoing war in Iraq is former President Jimmy Carter.

Mr. Carter goes so far as to say that "President Bush's war was ill-advised and unnecessary and based on erroneous statements, and has turned out to be a tragedy."

"I'm just glad President Carter wasn't in charge after Valley Forge, Bull Run or Pearl Harbor," reacts House Majority Leader Tom DeLay of Texas, a Republican. "Unfortunately, this is becoming a dangerous pattern. Democrat(sic) leaders continue to undermine our troops and our coalition's ability to win the war and bring peace and stability to the Middle East."

Tom Delay attacking Clinton for joining with NATO in bombing Serbia, while the war was still on and troops in harms way, in 1999:

He called the showdown "Clinton's undeclared war" and "Clinton's bombing campaign." He described it as something "the president has put us into" and warned his audience, "We should think very, very seriously whether we are going to take ownership of the bombing"—as though the president weren't the nation's commander in chief. He urged Congress to de-fund the war and "pull out the forces we now have in the region."

Once a U.S.-led coalition "starts meddling in the internal affairs of sovereign nations, where does it stop?" he asked. He charged that we were "starting to resemble a power-hungry imperialist army" and portrayed our mission as an "occupation by foreigners."

The straight shooter whose ushering in a new era of personal responsibility:

Q Mr. President, why are you and the Vice President insisting on appearing together before the 9/11 Commission? And, Mr. President, who will you be handing the Iraqi government over to on June 30th?

THE PRESIDENT: We will find that out soon. That's what Mr. Brahimi is doing; he's figuring out the nature of the entity we'll be handing sovereignty over. And, secondly, because the 9/11 Commission wants to ask us questions, that's why we're meeting. And I look forward to meeting with them and answering their questions.

Q I was asking why you're appearing together, rather than separately, which was their request.

THE PRESIDENT: Because it's a good chance for both of us to answer questions that the 9/11 Commission is looking forward to asking us, and I'm looking forward to answering them.

Let's see --

Q Mr. President --

THE PRESIDENT: Hold on for a minute. Oh, Jim.

Q Thank you, Mr. President.

THE PRESIDENT: I've got some "must calls," I'm sorry.

It just gets more laughable. WHo was the "must call" questioner that he absolutly HAD TO get to instead of continuing to avoid answering the question regarding why he felt the need to be babysat by Cheney?

Bill Sammon of the Washington Times. Author of such classic books as At Any Cost : How Al Gore Tried to Steal the Election, Misunderestimated : How Bush Is Beating Terrorism, Democrats, and the Press , and his newest called Fighting Back: The War on Terrorism-From Inside the Bush White House

Heres some of the official blurb from "Fighting Back"
The Democrats underestimated him. The media ridiculed him. But when terror struck on September 11, 2001, George Bush proved what kind of man he truly is. And, as Bill Sammon recounts in his new book, that was just the beginning.

It describes history in the making, and the emergence of a great leader.

I saw what kind of man he truly is last night. one who refuses to answer questions honestly, and when people actually expect him to do so, runs away like a scared bitch and hopes his friends bail him out.

Story of his life.

From CAP

Bush Sunday:
"Right." -- George W. Bush responding to question “Wasn't that current threat information [in the PDB]? That wasn't historical, that was ongoing.” 4/11/04

Bush Monday:
"The report was kind of a history of Osama's intentions, I guess is the best way to put it, kind of a history of what the agency had known." -- George W. Bush, 4/12/04

Saturday, April 10, 2004

Un f*cking beleivable:

Condoleezza Rice under oath:
"You said, did it not warn of attacks. It did not warn of attacks inside the United States. It was historical information based on old reporting. There was no new threat information. And it did not, in fact, warn of any coming attacks inside the United States."

MSNBC today:
WASHINGTON - President Bush’s August 2001 briefing on terrorism threats, which national security adviser Condoleezza Rice dismissed this week as an unspecific historical document, included information from three months earlier that the al-Qaida terror network was trying to send operatives into the United States for an explosives attack, according to several people who have seen the memo.

It's about the rule of law.

What will we tell the children?

OK. Maybe its me, but they all just look like inkblots to me. No vaginas, or penises or any of that stuff. Just a bunch of illegible inkblots.

OK. I thought one looked kinda like a crab. But I had to look real hard.

So what does that mean? Am i like a freak or something?

What else can you really say?

President Bush was told more than a month before the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, that supporters of Osama bin Laden planned an attack within the United States with explosives and wanted to hijack airplanes, a government official said Friday.
The warning came in a secret briefing that Mr. Bush received at his ranch in Crawford, Tex., on Aug. 6, 2001. A report by a joint Congressional committee last year alluded to a "closely held intelligence report" that month about the threat of an attack by Al Qaeda, and the official confirmed an account by The Associated Press on Friday saying that the report was in fact part of the president's briefing in Crawford.

John Ashcroft, reimagined.

Friday, April 09, 2004

Stumbled across this old article from the New York Times, and it just makes your jaw drop at how inept the adminstration is. Also its worth mentioning that General shinseki, who made the "wildly off the mark" assessment, was forced to resign as a result. You're not allowed to disagree with the Bushies.

At a Pentagon news conference with President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan, Mr. Rumsfeld echoed his deputy's comments. Neither Mr. Rumsfeld nor Mr. Wolfowitz mentioned General Shinseki, the Army chief of staff, by name. But both men were clearly irritated at the general's suggestion that a postwar Iraq might require many more forces than the 100,000 American troops and the tens of thousands of allied forces that are also expected to join a reconstruction effort.

"The idea that it would take several hundred thousand U.S. forces I think is far off the mark," Mr. Rumsfeld said. General Shinseki gave his estimate in response to a question at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on Tuesday: "I would say that what's been mobilized to this point — something on the order of several hundred thousand soldiers — are probably, you know, a figure that would be required." He also said that the regional commander, Gen. Tommy R. Franks, would determine the precise figure.

A spokesman for General Shinseki, Col. Joe Curtin, said today that the general stood by his estimate. "He was asked a question and he responded with his best military judgment," Colonel Curtin said. General Shinseki is a former commander of the peacekeeping operation in Bosnia.

In his testimony, Mr. Wolfowitz ticked off several reasons why he believed a much smaller coalition peacekeeping force than General Shinseki envisioned would be sufficient to police and rebuild postwar Iraq. He said there was no history of ethnic strife in Iraq, as there was in Bosnia or Kosovo. He said Iraqi civilians would welcome an American-led liberation force that "stayed as long as necessary but left as soon as possible," but would oppose a long-term occupation force. And he said that nations that oppose war with Iraq would likely sign up to help rebuild it. "I would expect that even countries like France will have a strong interest in assisting Iraq in reconstruction," Mr. Wolfowitz said. He added that many Iraqi expatriates would likely return home to help.

Yesterday we have Condoleezza, when she wasn’t lying, saying that oh no, it wasn’t a plan, it was a “series of actionable items”, and that they didn’t have any inkling about bin laden striking inside the U.S. after they reviewed the presidents briefing entitled “Bin Laden determined to strike within the United States”.

And today, we have federal marshals seizing and destroying audio recordings of speech by Supreme Court Justice Scalia in which the subject was how he feels the Constitution's true meaning must always be protected.

My theory is that sometime around 1997, all conservatives brains were infected with a microorganism that removed all sense of irony. Which is even tougher when you consider the fact the same thing happened in 1962 that erased their sense of humor.

HOW TO MAKE AIR AMERICA SUCCEED. It looks like Clear Channel Communications has dropped Howard Stern from its syndicated lineup -- which, as far as I'm concerned, represents a golden opportunity for the fledgling Air America network. Why not pick up Stern and add him to the Air America package. Stern's a huge draw. He's better at radio then anyone else Air America, and, like Rush Limbaugh years ago, he's started to become more and more ideological. He's the bridge between entertainment radio and political radio. Sure, his program is trashy. But hey, so is Michael "Savage" Weiner. If Stern were part of the Air America lineup (which, as I understand it, is sold to stations as a package deal), wouldn't that entice a lot more stations to syndicate it? I'm not much of a Stern fan myself, but it certainly seems to make good business sense.
--Nick Confessore

Great idea but it can't happen. Sterns contract is completly different from Air America. Air america, since its brand new, is buying time on stations, which is why they are also allowing webcasts to anyone for free. THis is similar to Rush Limbaugh. LImbaugh doesnt buy time anymore but he DOES give away his show for free to any station that wants it. his profts are from advertising.

Stern sells his show to the markets that have him. WCCC in HArtford pays a fee to be able to broadcast his show. He does this because he can. HE is #1 wherever he goes. HE is a wanted commodity. IF he goes on air america everyone can log into the net and hear him for free. Or listen to the NY am station of air america for him instead of KRock.

It can't happen. At least not until his contract is up. And even then, they couldnt afford him.

Thursday, April 08, 2004

Condoleezza Rice is a liar.

Here is the evidence.
Rice gave a press conference on MAy 16th 2002 in which she said:
“I don’t think anybody could have predicted that these people…would try to use an airplane as a missile, a hijacked airplane as a missile,”

She then repeated this charge last March in an op-ed for the Washington Post:
Despite what some have suggested, we received no intelligence that terrorists were preparing to attack the homeland using airplanes as missiles

Her testimony, under oath, today, from MSNBC (transcript of her testimony hasnt been amde available yet):
Under questioning, Rice acknowledged that she had spoken too broadly once when she said that no one had ever envisioned terrorists’ using planes and crashing them into buildings. She said aides came to her within days and reported that there had been memos about that possibility, but she said she had not seen them.

THis is why people were demanding her to testify under oath. Because she is a LIAR.

April, 2001.

CNN reported that the Bush Administration's release of the government's annual terrorism report
contained a serious change: "there was no extensive mention of alleged terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden" as there had been in previous years. When asked why the Administration had reduced the
focus, "a senior Bush State Department official told CNN the U.S. government made a mistake in focusing so much energy on bin Laden."

Neal Pollack has a good condensation of Rice's testimony:
Lie, lie, distortion, half-truth, pander, manipulation, pseudo-intellectual bombast. Dodge, dodge, feint, lie, dodge, avoid, subject change, lie, slander, pretentious generalization, character assassination, bald-faced lie.

Oversimplification, undersimplification, condescension, insult, insult, lie, avoidance of responsibility, avoidance of question about avoiding responsibility, cheap political point, utter, malicious lie.

Grimace, slither, dodge, lie, deliberate misinterpretation of history, nonpartisan character disparagement, narrative designed by public-relations experts to create maximum “connection” with American public. Appearance of professionalism, resoluteness, capableness, preparedness. Major omission of lie to create partial truth. Lie for political convenience. Lie for partisan gain. Lie to protect the economic interests of an incredibly small number of people. Reception of flattery. Dispersal of flattery. Abuse of good will afforbed by ten people who are trying to gather evidence without partisan bias. Backhanded dismissal of all criticsism. Denial of any responsibility in orchestrating what will almost certainly become the most tragic and bloody war of this generation.

Rinse and repeat.

Dennis Miller is as we speak interviewing Karen Hughes on his "show".

Jesus, it's absolutly unwatchable. You have to see it to believe it. It's like soft core porn.

Only with Karen Hughes.

Tuesday, April 06, 2004

Roger AIles (not the bloated one) has found a website by Alan Keyes that is a veritable treasure trove of nutbags.

There’s Kaye Grogan, who says:
There needs to be a law passed where any person who disrespects the "Office of the Presidency" by making false accusations and spreading deliberate rumors about the president, should be charged with a felony or at the very least a high misdemeanor.


Not only that, she's smoking hot.

THre’s this lady, who, if you can get past the numerous spelling mistakes, talks about the real perpetrators of the Oklahoma City bombings, Islamic terrorists! And im not sure but I think she’s also babblling about how Clinton knew there was going to be attacks and tried to keep it from us or something.

These are really bottom of the barrel Freeper kooks. None are professional columnists or journalists, they're just damn entertaining.

Sunday, April 04, 2004

From Sadly No!, add Rich Bond, former chairman of the Republican National Committee to the list of scumbags pulling the race card on condoleeza Rice.

"The woman oozes expertise and sincerity," said former Republican National chairman Rich Bond. "I'm glad the White House came around to allow her to say publicly what she's already told the commission privately. The old adage is, 'Get it out, get it out, get it out.' If the Democrats want to slap around an African American woman, let them try."

Thursday, April 01, 2004

Rumsfeld on THe PBS Newshour:
DONALD RUMSFELD: I don't do politics.

Then someone left some of Rumsfelds talking points in a Starbucks.
SOme non political highlights:
The notes, printed on paper entitled "Eric's Telephone Log," counseled to "rise above Clark(e)" and "emphasize importance of 9-11 commission and come back to what we have done."
Stay inside the lines. We don't need to puff this (up). We need (to) be careful as hell about it," the handwritten notes say. "This thing will go away soon and what will keep it alive will be one of us going over the line."

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