Monday, October 31, 2005

James Wolcott Writes, I Obey 
The talented Mr. Wolcott would never have to stoop to Google bombing but if he is then I am more than happy to join in. Especially for this inveterate stirpot.

For the HTML impaired that is: <a href="http://www.pajamasmedia.com/index.php?p=2005/10/michael_ledeen_editorial_board_1.php">this inveterate stirpot</a>

Crime and Punishment 
Inspired by Tom Burka's Patrick Fitzgerald and Alfred Hitchcock post, a Hitchcock fan's view of DubyaGate:

Joseph Wilson, The Man Who Knew Too Much, was sent to Niger and wrote a letter, thus becoming a Foreign Correspondent. The Psycho didn't like Wilson's report because Bush's window dressing for attacking Iraq became A Torn Curtain. This started a Frenzy of White House officials calling reporters to Sabotage a Secret Agent. A pundit of Easy Virtue pretended To Catch A Thief and decides to make Wilson's wife Notorious. This time, however, Bush, Cheney, Rove and Libby messed with The Wrong Man.

Along came Fitzgerald. He decided to give the criminal conservatives enough Rope to hang themselves. One "reporter" had Stage Fright before saying, "I Confess." The Rich and Strange are now under Suspicion of being in a Family Plot and are desperately seeking a Lifeboat as a Spellbound nation watches.

When Silly String Is Outlawed... 
... only outlaws will have Silly String.

Happy Halloween!

Sunday, October 30, 2005

Short and Sweet 
Reid Calls for Rove to Resign

Of course, the latest Republican lie to try and cover up criminal conservatives' actions is in the article:
Speaking on the show, Sen. John Cornyn (R-Tex.), a close ally of the president's, said Friday's indictment of Libby by Fitzgerald showed that "any alleged wrongdoing is confined to a single individual."
Sen. Croney, don't you remember? Novak said he was told by two senior White House officials.

Saturday, October 29, 2005

I Promise To Use Small Words 
Two Bush administration shills working for the New York Times are pushing the story that the Fitzmas present is unusual. That a prosecutor using reporters' testimony against their source is bad, unAmerican, cruel and unusual, despicable, flimsy and just isn't done. I promise to use small words for the New York Times' seemingly endless supply of Judy Miller zombies. The crime was leaking classified information to reporters for publication.

Let me repeat, important people working for Bush and Cheney leaked classified information to reporters to have it published. While we are supposed to be appalled that the investigation centered on reporters' testimony, this is overlooking the obvious fact. One cannot investigate a breach of security to reporters by interviewing taxi drivers and dentists. If the crime was Bush aides had leaked confidential information to dentists would we have then been told it was terrible for the prosecution to rely on dentists for their investigation? Sorry, trick question, dentists wouldn't pass on classified information to help Bush silence a critic about the faked sale of Nigerian yellow cake to Saddam Hussein. Actually real reporters wouldn't either. They would have investigated why Bush wanted to silence a critic in this way during his run-up to his disastrous war that has ruined America's reputation for centuries to come.

So the newest Bush water carriers at the New York Times want us to believe that interrogating witnesses to a crime is unusual police practice. Sorry, cub zombies, just like New York Times Select, I'm not buying it.

Friday, October 28, 2005

Joseph Wilson Speaks 
This about sums it up:
Today is a sad day for America. When an indictment is delivered at the front door of the White House, the Office of the President is defiled.

Bush Flip Flops Again 
Will Scooter be sent to Gitmo for his part in rampant Bush administration treason?

No. "...each individual is presumed innocent and entitled to due process," Bush said, apparently forgetting the hundreds (if not thousands) he has locked up without due process.

Thursday, October 27, 2005

Oil Profits Way Up 
Exxon Mobil Profits Soar on Surging Oil and Gas Prices
High Energy Prices Lift Profits at ConocoPhillips by 89%
Shell Beats Forecasts with Record Profit

Bush, struggling with his own party over Bush's record high deficits, decides oil companies need another tax cut!

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Wouldn't That Be Nice? 
Fitzmas might fall on the second anniversay of the Miserable Failure Google bomb

This Reminds Me 
How do you ask someone to be the last person to die for a mistake?

2000 Americans killed in Bush's illegal and immoral war.

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Round 1 
World O'Crap 20 - Wall Street Journal 0

Monday, October 24, 2005

Rest In Peace 
A woman who did more for this country than Bush and his minions ever dreamed of doing died today. I had the honor and privilege of seeing her speak many years ago. It was awesome. So long and thanks for everything, Rosa Parks.

Sunday, October 23, 2005

2005 Washington State Initiative Guide 
The initiatives with a thumbnail description and my recommendation:

Prop. 330 AN ACT Relating to health care liability reform
That is, if by reform, you mean limiting what doctors are liable for and negligent doctors' patients can get for pain and suffering then this is the proposition for you. If you might ever be on the wrong side of the knife or needle, then this proposition isn't for you.
Vote NO on 330

Prop 336 AN ACT Relating to health care quality protection
This seems like a reasonable approach to liability insurance for health care providers. They insure themselves for the first two million or so and a pool for awards larger than that can be acquired. This helps keep costs down for doctors but doesn't limit an injured patient's suffering to $350,000.
Vote YES on 336

Prop 900 AN ACT Relating to performance audits of governmental

Has anything Tim Eywant ever proposed made Washington state a better place to live? Sadly, No!
Vote NO on 900

Prop 901 AN ACT Relating to the prohibition of smoking in public places and
places of employment

The lungs, heart, nose and eyes say, "Aye!"
Vote Yes on 901

Prop 912 AN ACT Relating to reducing the motor vehicle fuel tax rate
The "Don't Hate Me Because I Drive a SUV" petition. People who happily pay oil company price gougers 50 cents a gallon extra because there was a hurricane somewhere get upset when the state wants 2 cents to improve the roads.
Vote NO on 912

Resolution 8207 Proposed Constitutional Amendment Relating to Qualifications for Serving on the Commission on Judicial Conduct
There are good arguments on both sides. I am saying reject it because with all the horrors being visited upon us by the Bush junta this is a small potato to bother us with.
Vote to Reject 8207

Saturday, October 22, 2005

Congress Passes Gas 
How did I miss this headline and story?

House Turns Back on Environment, Passes ‘GAS’ Act
Under heavy pressure from party leaders and after holding the vote open for an extra 40 minutes...
Something is rotten in Congress.

Are They Bush Pioneers? 
Unisys accused of overbilling Fatherland Security. Not only that but they can't make the planes run on time either...

Sorry, Skippy 
While Skippy's blog is mistakenly calculated to be worth $0.00. My blog's worth is woefully overestimated. I am sure glad I don't have to pay tax on it.

My blog is worth $11,290.80.
How much is your blog worth?

Thursday, October 20, 2005

That Black Hoodie Moment 
Hey, Eminem! I see another reason for a black hoodie moment. If there are fewer than two indictments in the Plame Affair, we have been screwed.

Why Did Republicans Kill Thousands of Innocents? 
Over a hundred thousand Iraqi civilians have died. Nearly 2000 American soldiers died thinking they were avenging 9/11. Why did they really die?

Bush - The Carlyle Group Iraq Profits
Cheney - Halliburton Iraq Profits
Rice - Chevron Iraq Profits
Rumsfeld - Bechtel Iraq Profits

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

We Never Promised You A Cakewalk 
Rice (Republican, War Criminal, Unindicted Co-Conspirator, Doesn't Read Reports) says U.S. May Still Be In Iraq in 10 years.

From The Bush Is Making Us Safer Department: 
Baltimore tunnel scare ends, nerves rattled

Remember, the scares will continue until popularity improves

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

DeLay indicted. Frist under investigation. Rove, Cheney, Rice and even Drinkie under suspicion of outing Mrs. Wilson's covert gig. Millions of Americans sent to the poor house. Gas over $3 a gallon. American soldiers plunged into a quagmire.

So where are the Democrats in all this? Apparently, they are afraid of looking weak on killing Arabs who had nothing to do with 9/11.
afraid of looking weak on killing Arabs who had nothing to do with 9/11.
afraid of looking weak on killing Arabs who had nothing to do with 9/11.
afraid of looking weak on killing Arabs who had nothing to do with 9/11.
afraid of looking weak on killing Arabs who had nothing to do with 9/11.

Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Lucky 13 
I was the 13th to sign the petition urging Sen. Boxer to run for President.

(Fixed broken link, thanks, alan!)

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Did Else Anyone Notice? 
That rescue and relief efforts in Pakistan were underway in fewer days than it took Bush to help do photo-ops in New Orleans?

Speaking of which, how do I know New Orleans is now and forever doomed? The curse of the Bush photo-op, of course.

Sunday, October 02, 2005

Letter to Sen. Murray 
Sen. Murray thought cooperating with the Bush regime was a good idea.

I wrote to express my dissatisfaction with my Senator:
I am very disappointed in your vote for John Roberts. When has co-operating with the Bush regime ever paid off for average Americans? John Roberts has only two years experience as a judge. This qualifies him to be the Chief Justice? He does have twenty years experience being a hatchet man for the right wing including election theft 2000.

Stop worrying about decorum. Roberts is a Bush hack and will do everything to squash challenges to Bush's fascist PATRIOT Act. You voted against freedom and democracy when you voted for John Roberts.

After Downing Street Memo Presents: 
Impeach Bush Poll Question Fund Drive

Saturday, October 01, 2005

No Proof Just A Theory 
With proof of the Coalition of the Willing engaging in false flag terrorist attacks in Iraq, I have a theory. I think the reason is to make planned violence look random. I think the Iraqi politicians that are being targeted firmly believe that Iraqi oil fields should be owned by Iraqis and the oil sold to Americans and not the other way around.

10/02 Updated to make clear that the theory part was my speculation on the targets.

Flash From The Past 
It may not be long before we start hearing the phrase unindicted co-conspirator a lot in the news soon.

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