Friday, April 28, 2006

AOL Gay & Lesbian: Worth Repeating

This is such a good idea.

Ha Ha! - Limbaugh reaches settlement in prescription drug charges - Apr 28, 2006

I doesnt matter that the charge will be expunged, once a hypocrite, always a hypocrite.

Rush Limbaugh is one of the biggest wastes of radio space in the world!

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

California Becomes Second State to Introduce Bush Impeachment

Is this Ture?
Im looking this rule up, but something tells me that no single state house can enact it alone, it would seem logical that we need 3/5ths or 2/3rds or something. But either way, its a start!

Friday, April 07, 2006

President Bush Discusses Global War on Terror

THE PRESIDENT: Okay, yes, very good. (Laughter and applause.) Good move.

Q You never stop talking about freedom, and I appreciate that. But while I listen to you talk about freedom, I see you assert your right to tap my telephone, to arrest me and hold me without charges, to try to preclude me from breathing clean air and drinking clean water and eating safe food. If I were a woman, you'd like to restrict my opportunity to make a choice and decision about whether I can abort a pregnancy on my own behalf. You are --

THE PRESIDENT: I'm not your favorite guy. Go ahead. (Laughter and applause.) Go on, what's your question?

Q Okay, I don't have a question. What I wanted to say to you is that I -- in my lifetime, I have never felt more ashamed of, nor more frightened by my leadership in Washington, including the presidency, by the Senate, and --


THE PRESIDENT: No, wait a sec -- let him speak.

Q And I would hope -- I feel like despite your rhetoric, that compassion and common sense have been left far behind during your administration, and I would hope from time to time that you have the humility and the grace to be ashamed of yourself inside yourself. And I also want to say I really appreciate the courtesy of allowing me to speak what I'm saying to you right now. That is part of what this country is about.

THE PRESIDENT: It is, yes. (Applause.)

Q And I know that this doesn't come welcome to most of the people in this room, but I do appreciate that.

THE PRESIDENT: Appreciate --

Q I don't have a question, but I just wanted to make that comment to you.

THE PRESIDENT: I appreciate it, thank you. Let me --

Q Can I ask a question?

THE PRESIDENT: I'm going to start off with what you first said, if you don't mind, you said that I tap your phones -- I think that's what you said. You tapped your phone -- I tapped your phones. Yes. No, that's right. Yes, no, let me finish.

I'd like to describe that decision I made about protecting this country. You can come to whatever conclusion you want. The conclusion is I'm not going to apologize for what I did on the terrorist surveillance program, and I'll tell you why. We were accused in Washington, D.C. of not connecting the dots, that we didn't do everything we could to protect you or others from the attack. And so I called in the people responsible for helping to protect the American people and the homeland. I said, is there anything more we could do.

And there -- out of this national -- NSA came the recommendation that it would make sense for us to listen to a call outside the country, inside the country from al Qaeda or suspected al Qaeda in order to have real-time information from which to possibly prevent an attack. I thought that made sense, so long as it was constitutional. Now, you may not agree with the constitutional assessment given to me by lawyers -- and we've got plenty of them in Washington -- but they made this assessment that it was constitutional for me to make that decision.

I then, sir, took that decision to members of the United States Congress from both political parties and briefed them on the decision that was made in order to protect the American people. And so members of both parties, both chambers, were fully aware of a program intended to know whether or not al Qaeda was calling in or calling out of the country. It seems like -- to make sense, if we're at war, we ought to be using tools necessary within the Constitution, on a very limited basis, a program that's reviewed constantly to protect us.

Now, you and I have a different -- of agreement on what is needed to be protected. But you said, would I apologize for that? The answer -- answer is, absolutely not. (Applause.)

Courage and freedom are words that mr bush has never understood. i suppose you would probably have to know what their definitions were first. chalk it up to one child that Was left behind.

Quitters never quit, and losers never win, and liars never say they were wrong.

Tuesday, April 04, 2006


So long, Farewll, adieu adiei adieu!
Well, as i posted on this, my little, and oft-neglected peice of the blogosphere, it was only a matter of time until mr. Tom, or maybe uncle tom? bit the political dust. As much of an inevitability as it was, and given the 'shake-up' of the bush administration with monsignor card leaving, things are still not going right for the right. But have no fear one and all, come next fall, the beginnings of the end of their miserable dominance will begin, culminating in the 2008 win of (thats right, you heard it hear first) the Edwards-H. Clinton ticket. Goddess that would be sweet.

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