Saturday, August 05, 2006

Week End Round-Up
Pearls, Swine, and Skull & Bones

^ Does this look familiar?

These animals wore bones too - and the Bush family collaborated with them.

I wonder if the members of Yale's Skull and Bones cult also sport ShutzStaffel Runes under their left armpit?

On Talking With Terrorists

By Patrick Buchanan

As usual, Buchanan hits it out of the park - it's a damned shame that such a clear thinking and wise man has been relegated to the sidelines of "the Great Game."

Wake Up America - recognize AIPAC for what it is, a hostile agent of a foreign power.

Focusing on the Future

By Mortimer B. Zuckerman

I don't often see eye to eye with Mort but he nails this one.

World Opinion

By Tony Blankley

I nominate Tony (the Hut) for this weeks Aspidistra Award.

We know who you work for Tony - and remember, when you wave a bloody shirt your hands get stained.

Holding Pattern

By Eleanor Clift

What can I add to such an astute analysis of the current situation?

John Dean's words are also chilling - rumor has it the Secret Service brought a toilet with them to the G-8 Summit for duh-bya's use.

They don't want anyone to know just how high he is on a daily basis. He looked like he was capable of dancing with a lampshade on his head during some of the clips.

Dysfunction Rules In Middle East Conflict

By Joe Conason

Sigh...come on Joe - haven't you figured out yet that they want chaos to reign?

24/7 Coverage Doesn't Cover It

By Molly Ivins

"All we have to fear, said FDR, is fear itself. And when we are afraid, we do damage to both ourselves and to the Constitution. Our history is rank with these fits of fear. We get so afraid of some dreadful menace, so afraid of anarchists, Reds, crime or drugs or communism or illegal aliens or terrorists that we think we can make ourselves safer by making ourselves less free. We damage the Constitution because we're so afraid. We engage in torture and worse because we're afraid. We damage our standing in the world, our own finest principles, out of fear."

Good Golly Ms Molly - I love it when she takes Bush to the woodshed!

No Más
Castro may be dead. It's time to kill Castroism.

By Peggy Noonan

Kill, kill, kill - this Nazi bitch can't get enough, she loves death.

How about we just leave them alone instead of fomenting another civil war?

No Más is right - America has had enough of what you're selling.

Friday, August 04, 2006

Martial Law 9/11: Rise of the Police State (Alex Jones)

Martial Law: 9/11 Rise of the Police State was filmed primarily during the Republican Party's 2004 national convention in New York City. The Republican Party's choice to hold the event there drew both strong praise and strong criticism. Alex Jones' clear intent was that the people who were truly guilty of planning and carrying out the events of September 11, 2001 were coming back to the scene of the crime. In the film, Jones shows what he believes are signs of a growing police state: constant surveillance, a defined military presence, a militarized civilian police force, mass roundups and arrests of protesters, detention in a makeshift facility laden with asbestos which one interviewee called a "concentration camp", and threats of arrest for constitutionally legal activities. Many different views are presented, including one semi-humorous confrontation with a group of American communists.

This video is copyrighted, but Alex Jones has permitted and encourged the distribution of these videos for non-profit, educational purposes. If you would like to help Alex Jones and/or have a hard copy, buy one from him by going through his website. It can be done online or through his office.

It's 2:34 long so grab your favorite drink and watch it.

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Unholy Alliance

Ba'al and Yahweh

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

The "Chuckie"

Hi - my name's Whore-o-witz, wanna play?

I plan on making this a weekly feature, feel free to nominate someone.

Treasonous bastard

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

"Bush’s favorite Democrat."

Any questions?

Monday, July 31, 2006

"Roberts and Alito Misled Us"

Main Entry: mis·lead
Pronunciation: "mis-'lEd
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): mis·led /-'led/; -lead·ing
transitive verb : to lead in a wrong direction or into a mistaken action or belief often by deliberate deceit
intransitive verb : to lead astray : give a wrong impression
synonym see DECEIVE

Or you could call them fucking liars...

There is a remedy - spit out your dummy, dry your eyes, and get to work you corrupt piece of shit.

Sunday, July 30, 2006

Röve Blasts Journalist's Role in Politics

The Associated Press
Saturday, July 29, 2006; 9:02 PM

WASHINGTON --Presidential adviser Karl Röve said Saturday that journalists often criticize political professionals because they want to draw attention away from the "corrosive role" their own coverage plays in politics and government.

"Some decry the professional role of politics, they would like to see it disappear," Röve told graduating students at the George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management. "Some argue political professionals are ruining American politics _ trapping candidates in daily competition for the news cycle instead of long-term strategic thinking in the best interest of the country."

But Röve turned that criticism on journalists.

"It's odd to me that most of these critics are journalists and columnists," he said. "Perhaps they don't like sharing the field of play. Perhaps they want to draw attention away from the corrosive role their coverage has played focusing attention on process and not substance."

Röve told about 100 graduates trained to be political operatives that they should respect the instincts of the American voter.

"There are some in politics who hold that voters are dumb, ill informed and easily misled, that voters can be manipulated by a clever ad or a smart line," said Röve, who is credited with President Bush's victories in the 2000 and 2004 elections. "I've seen this cynicism over the years from political professionals and journalists. American people are not policy wonks, but they have great instincts and try to do the right thing."

Röve said it is "wrong to underestimate the intelligence of the American voter, but easy to overestimate their interest. Much tugs at their attention."

But he said voters are able to watch campaigns and candidates closely and "this messy and imperfect process has produced great leaders."

Joseph Goebbel's would be proud of Herr Röve