Friday, July 13, 2007

Bush A Bald-faced Liar

Bush Distorts Qaeda Links, Critics Assert - New York Times:
“The president wants to play on Al Qaeda because he thinks Americans understand the threat Al Qaeda poses,” said Bruce Riedel, an expert at the Saban Center for Middle East Policy and a former C.I.A. official. “But I don’t think he demonstrates that fighting Al Qaeda in Iraq precludes Al Qaeda from attacking America here tomorrow. Al Qaeda, both in Iraq and globally, thrives on the American occupation.”

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Bonehead Move By Bonehead Man

My Way News - Poll: Bush Move Unpopular in Libby Case: WASHINGTON (AP) -
President Bush's commutation of a prison term for a former aide to Vice President Cheney did not play well with the public or even Republicans, a survey found.

In a USA Today-Gallup poll released on Tuesday, 66 percent said Bush should not have intervened in the case of I. Lewis 'Scooter' Libby, whose sentence for obstructing justice in the CIA leak case included a 2 1/2-year prison term.

Thirteen percent said the president's move was correct, and 6 percent said Bush should have given Libby a full pardon.

Bush didn't even receive much of a boost in support from Republicans. Among them, 44 percent said Bush should not have taken action in the case. Ten percent said he should have pardoned Libby while only 26 percent said Bush did the correct thing.

Republican Sexual Deviants

I wish there was a way to convince the vast majority of Americans that those that run for political office on a platform of addressing some defect in society's sexuality almost definitely have something wrong with their own sexuality. It's not that there aren't Dem deviants, it's just the vast majority of creeps and predators are members of the GOP

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Green Zone Is Pounded By Mortar Shells

More than two dozen mortar shells pounded the Green Zone on Tuesday, killing three people, including a U.S. military member, and injuring 18. Westerners in the Green Zone, considered the safest part of the capital, "are realizing that they are being recklessly exposed to danger and are getting angry" as the attacks grow more frequent and accurate.

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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Group News Blog: Impeachment, Worried about time?

Group News Blog: Impeachment, Worried about time?:
Impeached, Censured and Removed from office by:

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

just something to think about...

Why They Must Be Punished

Group News Blog: Rehab Nation:
"The bastards learned they could get away with it -- and, worse, picked up some extra clue about how not to get caught next time. And so we had Iran-Contra, and then Monica-gate, and now the horror that is this war. All of it is a direct result of Watergate and its botched aftermath. Every new episode -- all left mostly unpunished -- gave the Republican Mafia another tutorial on how to hoodwink the masses and shred the Constitution. Like a hardcore drunk whose co-dependents coddle him through a week-long binge, they discovered they could get away with anything, that the family would look the other way, and that no consequences would ever be forthcoming."

The Seventy-Seven Percent Solution

Poll: Calls To Get Out Of Iraq Escalate, 77% In CBS News Poll Say War's Going Badly, 40% Urge Withdrawal Of All U.S. Troops - CBS News

Along with the fact that Bush now has the same disapproval rating as Nixon did before resigning, can we say that it's time for BushCo to pack it in? Will Nancy Pelosi finally put impeachment back on the table? Stay tuned!

Monday, July 09, 2007

Iraq government continues to falter; no-confidence vote next? - AMERICAblog: A great nation deserves the truth

Iraq government continues to falter; no-confidence vote next? - AMERICAblog: A great nation deserves the truth:
"CBS reports that members of the Iraqi Accord Front (IAF), the largest Sunni bloc in Iraq's parliament, will call for a vote of no confidence for Prime Minister Maliki next week. CBS says a 'broad political alliance' called the 'Iraq Project,' apparently led by the IAF, claims it has the votes to pass the no-confidence vote."

Lawmakers Plan To Halt Funding For Guantanamo & Give Detainees Rights

WASHINGTON — Members of Congress plan to push measures to stop funding for the Guantanamo Bay detention center and grant new legal rights to detainees when Congress returns this week.

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