Thursday, November 17, 2005

Bush debris encounters rotating blades

    Warning that other global threats "cannot be ignored," Rep. John Murtha, D-Pennsylvania, a leading adviser on defense issues, called on Thursday for the immediate withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq.(CNN)
In criticizing Cheney's speech yesterday attacking the administration's critics, Rep. Murtha added that "people with five deferments" had no right to make such remarks.
Now we're talking! This can't be going over well at the White House. Cheney must be sneering even more than usual if he isn't already apoplectic about this. Did they really think their critics would just run away with their tails between their legs? Sorry but the campaign is over. Now it's time to see if they can actually govern (NOT).
Actually I don't know how the Republicans can keep their coalition together much longer. Between the radical Christians on one side calling for the repeal of Science in favor of IDiocy, and the radical neo-cons on the other plundering our grandchildren's taxes while they wage a war based on lies, I can't imagine the seams of their tent are holding much longer without some new kind of super-glue, like the fear tactics they used on the American people after 9/11.

"The saddest part is that our people in uniform have been subjected to these cynical and pernicious falsehoods day in and day out."
If you thought that was a Democrat that said that you would be wrong. That was Our Dark Lord (The Dick) Cheney.

(I decided not to display his image here in case you are eating)

According to Bill O'Reilly (aka O'Lielly) responding to the flak over his encouraging al Qaeda to blow up San Francisco "They [the 'far' left] are anti-American people. They hate this country. They do. And if you read their garbage day in and day out, we're the bad guys. We're always wrong. Blame America first. That's who these people are on the far left on the Internet. And they are well funded by George Soros and Peter Lewis, the radical billionaires. They're as dishonest as they come." (Radio Factor)
Well I agree with him only that I DO consider him (Bill) one of the bad guys, in as much as I consider myself part of the left on the internet (but not that far). [Notice that if you disagree with Bill you "hate this country"?]
So anyway, "Hey George! Where's my check?"


PS: I was really busy this week and had no time to post until now but that doesn't mean I wasn't paying attention!


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