Sunday, June 27, 2004

The Press Will Turn on F911 
Why? It makes them look like they are too lazy to do their jobs. Moore has fewer resources than any national news organization and his film makes them look like national snooze organizations.

On Vacation Until Mid July 
I will be in an undisclosed location with my wife and kids.

Spiderman Is Coming Out 
Until then, people are talking about Fahrenheit 911. It seems Michael Moore' film about the Miserable Failure is a rousing success sparking discussion and helping undecided voters to decide. It also happens to be an entertaining film unlike the sleep-a-thon scheduled by some right wing "film makers", an anti-Michael Moore film fest in Dallas on what day? Sept 11th, of course.

Friday, June 25, 2004

Mission Accomplished! 
Iraq’s ‘Sovereign’ Government to Have Little Control Over Oil Money

Cheney Melts Under Heat 
Cheney told Sen. Leahy to go fuck himself on the Senate floor. This, of course, is against Senate decorum. The proper way to say it in "THe Club" is, "The Honorable Senator from Vermont should fuck himself." or something like that. It sounds like Cheney needs a rest. Dubya is rested because he spends most of his time at fundraisers and on vacation. Let's get rid of these clowns and elect people who want to work to restore honor and dignity to the White House.

Thursday, June 24, 2004

It Depends on What the Meaning of Sovereign Is 
Thanks to Cursor, we learn that Iraq ministers told only US can impose martial law

In related news, the phrase "The check in the mail" has been replaced by "The U.S. declares Iraq a sovereign nation." as the most oft told lie.

Pentagon Clears Itself 
Pentagon: Saddam Not Abused. In fact, Saddam got something most Americans can't, a free medical exam.

Supremos Rob Americans Again 
The Duck Hunter and his friend don't have to turn over secret documents from 2001 which may include discussions on how American tax evading oil companies were going to split up oil fields in Iraq.

From the Stating the Obvious Department 
MSNBC announces breaking news "Farenehit draws few Republicans." Facts and disturbing questions about Bush's behavior never did seem to interest them.

Monday, June 21, 2004

"Bush Lied" Google News Search is Up On Volume 
The search was at 90 just last week and at 0 a little over two months ago. It now stands at 132.

Saturday, June 19, 2004

Even WaPo Smells Blood in the Water 
The White House's swift and sustained reaction last week to the preliminary findings of the Sept. 11, 2001, commission showed the potential threat the 10-member panel poses to President Bush's reelection prospects.

Just think if there had been a really independent commission with subpoena power...

Friday, June 18, 2004

Don't Be Silly, Ray 
Ray Bradbury accused Moore of stealing the title of his book when Moore named his movie Farenheit 451.

Oh, wait, he named the movie Farenheit 9/11. Close enough. It is bound to violate Bradbury's copyright. Right?

Wrong! Titles can't be copyrighted.

Thursday, June 17, 2004

Why Wait for Next Year's Opinions When You Can Get Them Now? 
More and more blogs are now calling Bush a war criminal. Welcome to the party, I called Bush a war criminal in August of 2003. *

*(My blog was started in July 2003)

Forget the October Surprise 
The December Surprise will be this year's good economic numbers were made up. What do you expect from a criminal administration that declared post 9/11 air safe to breathe? There would have been zero negative cost to Bush to declare it unsafe. No New Yorker would have blamed Bush for his pal's bin Laden's misdeeds but Bush forced the EPA to lie to New Yorkers. Whistle Ass Supreme.

Why Wait for Next Month's Opinions When You Can Get Them Now? 
The invaluable Cursor links to a Fox News columnist that chides Eisner for walking away from Moore's blockbuster Farenheit 9/11. I said the same thing last month.

Republicans Get It Wrong (Again!) 
Over at Virtopia, Seraphiel, catches Republicans doing some opinion poll rigging. The Rethuglicans are probably just warming up for November.

Some good analysis of Enron, California and Bush at Romdinstler Jones. It turns out the Republicans, yet again, got it wrong.

Tuesday, June 15, 2004

Bush-Lied Google Search in News is UP 
It was 70 two weeks ago. It is now 90.

Monday, June 14, 2004

Bush and Powell 
They put the error in terror...

Sunday, June 13, 2004

Will It Happen Again? 
Gore Did Win! is chock full of problems with the 2000 election. 2004 is different because the Regime is in power so it will probably be easier for him to subvert the American vote.

Brits Punish Blair for His Part in Bush's War Crimes 
Labour's getting its ass kicked. Hopefully Diebold won't let Bush get away with it.

Yikes! Even US News & World Report Knows Something Is Wrong 
Their article points out that a US General was involved in war crimes.

Patriots at Work 
U.S. Diplomats and Generals prepare letter as to why Bush must be defeated this November.

Friday, June 11, 2004

Bush Robs Americans Again 
Lutton Square points us to a Mother Jones article about how Bush robs Americans yet again. The government database of contracts available has been outsourced and no longer subject to Freedom of Information requests. Is Cheney covering his tracks?

Thursday, June 10, 2004

The Daily MisLeader Says It Best 
Bush Flip-Flops on Torture Being Systemic.

Ted Rall is Right 
Mourn for Us, Not the Proto-Bush.

Why the Torture Scandal Goes All the Way to the Top 
As a teen, Bush tortured frogs by blowing them up with firecrackers. As an adult, he has shown a keen interest torturing Iraqis. Would Bush ask, "What's the difference?"

Wednesday, June 09, 2004

US Demonstrates "Full Iraqi Sovereignty" 
Sovereign Iraq

MSNBC Headline is Weird 
Democrat says memo justifies prisoner torture. If the headline writer wasn't spinning for Rove, or if the headline writer had read the first line in the article:
A top congressional Democrat charged Wednesday that Justice Department memos contending that a wartime president is not bound by anti-torture principles could have laid the legal groundwork for the prisoner abuses that took place in Iraq and elsewhere.

I think the headline would read a little differently. What excuse are they going to use on the web? An accurate headline won't fit on a web page? Gimme a break.

Reuters stenos for Rove: G8 Protests Make Little Impact at Summit Start. The "Free Speech Zone" is 80 miles away from the summit secret meeting for "security reasons." As usual, the press and the police have it backwards. The leaders don't need to be protected from someone carrying a placard. Quite the opposite. We, the people, need to be protected from them.

Parsing the Persecution 
Ashcroft says Bush never approved abuse which being a lawyer type he would want that to be technically true when lying to Congress. How did he do this little trick? Bush's memo didn't say "Go torture these Muslims." It just redefined what torture is. I think the memo is being kept secret because George "Queen of Hearts" Bush decreed that it can't be torture if they are Muslim.

Tuesday, June 08, 2004

Commenter ecoast at Atrios Has A Good Line 
He offers Kerry, "He is not a war president; he is a torture president."

It would be better served up by Kerry's VP candidate but it needs to be said.

Sunday, June 06, 2004

Not So Fast With the Sainthood, Folks 
Ronald Reagan was a popular president who did stupid things that still haunt our country today.

He would gladly lie for industry, telling the world that trees were the major source of air pollution.
His genial manner made class warfare socially acceptable:

He sold weapons to Iran to use on Iraq.
He sold weapons to Iraq to use on Iran.
He gave Saddam Hussein the gas he used on his people.
He gave Osama bin Laden billions of dollars in aid and training to fight the Soviets in Afghanistan. Training that would help him in destroying the twin towers years later, according to Michael Moore in Bowling for Columbine.

Friday, June 04, 2004

Warfloggers About To Flip-Flop 
The Bush co-conspirators who flipped off Kerry for not using all papal decrees in his politics will probably flop and demand the Pope, after his latest call to George Bush to leave Iraq alone, stay out of politics.

Light Blogging Ahead 
I have to finish a project at work...

Thursday, June 03, 2004

Happily, Yes! 
On Sadly No!, we found the link for the Farenheit 9/11 trailer. Sadly, though, the link takes me to the start page for the media but nothing downloads... my guess is their server is too busy at the moment...

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