Saturday, December 30, 2006Now He Tells Us
The man who thought pardoning Nixon for subverting the Constitution was a good idea didn't want his disagreement with Bush's horrible invasion known until after his death. Idiot. It is a sad day for America when even a former President is afraid to speak his mind.Follow The Yellow Brick Road
No one could have anticipated that making Saddam Hussein a martyr could worsen the situtation in Iraq and the Middle East. After all, after Dorothy's house fell on the first witch everything was hunky dorey.
Saturday, December 23, 2006Guerilla Theater
Coalition forces have been known to dress up as insurgents and fire on Iraqi police. Now Bush and Lieberman and McCain want a surge to fight the insurgents. Is our troops mission really to provide stability? If so then why have Coalition Forces murdered and raped? Is torture a stabilizing ifluence? Is Bush's military presence in Iraq really a stabilizing force? Was Bush's presence in New Orleans a stabilizing force?
Thursday, December 21, 2006Light Posting Ahead
This includes travel. My airplane reading includes Journey to Mythaca which includes kids who fly but without airplanes. Full disclosure - my wife edited the book.
Tuesday, December 19, 2006Will The CIA Send Him Exploding Cigars?
According to US intelligence officials, Castro is on the verge of death. Chavez has denied these rumours saying however that he was seriously ill.Soon To Be A Major Motion Picture
In an explosive telephone argument that led to her firing on Friday, publisher Judith Regan allegedly complained of a "Jewish cabal" against her in the book industry and stated that "of all people, Jews should know about ganging up, finding common enemies and telling the big lie."Will Mel Gibson buy the movie rights?
Thursday, December 14, 2006Reichert's Test Coming Up
I expect him to fail. The popular Sheriff who let bad sheriffs stay on the job with pay will now be in the position where his self-proclaimed moderate voice can help pass environmental legislation and not just vote green when the Republicans didn't need him. I am willing to bet the Reichert will continue to side with polluters when his vote makes a difference. How will the former sheriff vote now that he is no longer getting corrupt DeLay's money? That is the real test. Considering he didn't return dirty money I think that is our answer.
Thursday, December 07, 2006Old Dogs Come Up With Old Tricks
My peace plan stated it was important for the US to stay away from privatizing Iraq's oil. Jim Baker and the other robber barons can't help themselves. Like I pointed out in 2004 the Iraqis hate us because Bush's Crime Family wants to take their oil. The Iraq Study Group's briar patch they want to throw Bush into proposes exactly that.