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Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Daily Bushism

"I like my buddies from west Texas. I liked them when I was young, I liked them then I was middle-age, I liked them before I was president, and I like them during president, and I like them after president." George W. Bush, Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 1, 2006.

Indeed he does. The money that gets in their pockets shows us how much.

Sunday, March 19, 2006

The Truth About Minorities

I'm glad that there are so many middle class, white, conservative folks, like Vonster, who can help us learn that racism is not really an issue, and help us learn the truths about minorities. I mean, how else would we realize that people that look, act, or like different things than have already been established as good and pure are bad for America? After all, God showed us his disdain for these problems by sending a hurricane to New Orleans. Just ask your religious leaders.

Obviously, the best person to determine the path that minorities should take, and what they should do to better fit in, is the conservative white man. If people of race would just do what they were supposed to do, there wouldn't be any problems, right Vonster? Ridiculous. It's easy to have the solution when you haven't faced any of the problems you are addressing. If anything is going to change, it will have to be an inside job, as they say.

Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Daily Bushism

I don't think it's possible to run out of these.

"See, in my line of work you got to keep repeating things over and over and over again for the truth to sink in, to kind of catapult the propaganda."—Greece, N.Y., May 24, 2005

Monday, February 27, 2006

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I don't know how long it will work, but go to:

Daily Bushism

"If this were a dictatorship, it'd be a heck of a lot easier... just so long as I'm the dictator."--Bush during Florida recount--Dec. 2000

Foreshadowing, perhaps?

Talk About a Port(s) in the Storm............

So, imagine George's surprise. One fair morning, someone is reading the daily news to Monkey Boy(cmon, we all know he cant read) and he hears something about Arabs and US ports. He then quickly throws a vacation plan together to cut out some more brush on the ranch.

How does the leader of the free world not know about a deal to sell port authority to the United Arab Emirates' company Dubai until he hears about in the news. Then, lo and behold, he believes that congress did a fine job and appropriate security measures are in place, yada, yada, yada. More Bushspeak. What exactly is the political motivation behind this whole thing for either party?

Is this an attempt by the Bush Administration(though he personally has no idea it happened) to display the desire for improved relations between the US and the Arab world? Between Christians and Muslims? If so, isn't there a better way than giving control of American ports to a group that has been shown to have terrorist ties in the past?; not necessarily Dubai, but the UAE.

Are they doing the same job as the British company that was doing it for such a lesser financial rate that it is impossible to pass up?

Is the fact that the UAE are the third largest oil power a factor? If so, I thought George just mentioned something about our addiction to oil and the need for us to develop and use other resources. Surely, cementing a relationship with UAE isn't his idea of research and development in that area. Or maybe it is.

The last stitch of thread that Bush has to cling to is the 9/11 fear factor and his intent to protect us all from the bad people. It would appear that this deal brings that into question for some. Or are the bad people living in Washington D.C., and it is now becoming painfully obvious, even to Republicans?

Well, at least Michael Chertoff; you know, the "I didn't know New Orleans was under water" guy, is on the case. I feel much safer now than ever. Thank you Big Brother.

Saturday, February 18, 2006

What's the Big Deal?

So the VP shots a quail, no.....wait..... ANOTHER HUMAN while hunting. I can't believe this is his first go around at accidentally shooting someone. Anyway, some, who shall remain nameless, like Vonster, believe that since he wasn't drinking(supposedly), what's the big deal? Case closed. Move on.

Ok, whatever. Is there anything that this band of merry assholes could do that warrants a second look? I mean, is everything they cover up, lie about, steal, just supposed to be acceptable? Except for those who are not republicans, that is. What a joke. The party that identifies itself as the moral majority has the morals of Ed Gein. Nice.

If the pellet near the man's heart were to kill him, is Cheney not up for charges of involuntary manslaughter? Or do we just sweep it under the rug and chalk it up to "shit happens" like the rest of the shit in the last 6 years?

Monday, January 30, 2006

Hey, Look Over There.....................

Ahhh, the absurdity of politics. Republican after Republican gets caught pocketing money and/or greasing palms, so they start playing the "yeah, well look at Dean, and stuff......" If you cum garglers expect the rest of the world to admit wrong, then at least you fucks could live up to your own standards. How about instead of pointing your always-ready-for-diversion fingers at someone else, you admit Abramoff was WRONG, and should be punished. Some, like Vonster, have had to reach back as far the oral sex scandal to point out that, "yeah, well HE lied, too, so there." Are you fucking kidding me? Let's see, oral sex versus buying votes. Buying votes wins.

And then there's Monkey Boy. His State of the Union Address promises to be real wizbang! How many Bushisms will come from this speech? Can he top the idiocy bar he has already set so high?

Referring to the bitter political tone in Washington, Bush said, "I'll do my best to elevate the tone here in Washington, D.C., so we can work together to achieve big things for the American people."

By doing things like having no clue as to what is going on in Iraq, Iran, Palestine, ad nauseum, and being obsessed with eavesdropping on his own people, no doubt. You know, Georgey Boy, There are many reasons why your approval ratings are barely alive now. We have had too may years to become convinced that your education obviously ended at grade 8, you have the leadership skills of a grapefruit, and you can't assemble an audience that doesn't think you should be impeached unless they are hand-picked. He could elevate the bitter political tone by not talking anymore and doing the honorable thing: RESIGNING.

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Monday, January 16, 2006

Will The Real Bears Defense Please Stand Up?

A sad state of affairs. Steve Smith got his freak on. Tillman fell down. Chris (why was he on the field ?) Thompson fell down. No pressure on Delhomme. Let's see; they max protect, we blitz. Where was the blitz Lovie? I am a Lovie Smith guy. He stayed with what worked all season, until yesterday. Maybe he had some kind of vision that made him change his thinking.

What happened to letting Thomas Jones get the defensive line on it's heels? Being down 7 off the bat is big, but doesn't mean you have to come out throwing with a QB that has played 6 quarters, on top of the fact that this is not a passing offense. Running the ball had gotten us here. I mean, even Manning needs Edgerrin James to get going before he can launch.

Mike Brown should have taken the shot in the calf and gotten his ass back out there. OK, maybe not. This defense was head and shoulders above the level they exhibited Sunday. If this team could have managed 21 points on offense all season, they would likely have been undefeated. So don't give me the "overachieving defense" blather. Why was Tillman left one-on-one with Smith after the first quarter? Why were we still using four down linemen even with the max protect package in?

The defense blew it, and the gameplan was incomprehensible. Did Ron Rivera and Lovie Smith have a falling out? Did Ron Turner ask himself. "What the hell are we doing all this passing for, we're not the Colts?" Well, at least it's a young team.