Archive for the ‘idiots’ Category

McCain’s Supporters. He’s so proud!

October 16, 2008

Nader Hater Part II

June 25, 2008

In a week that I believed,  Don Imus, would be crowned “top moron”, once again, Nader takes the crown! Accusing Sen. Obama of trying to “talk white“, Nader proved his ignorance and desperation for attention.  I wish Nader would refrain from his habit of “Talking STUPID”. I’ve seen things in my stool with more intelligence, and political promise than Nader will ever have.


Pounding it Home

June 12, 2008

Recently, the Goons at Faux News were at it again. Some talking head I have never heard of, named E.D. Hill, referred to the fist bump Sen. Obama did with his wife, ( a gesture almost everyone I know does) as a “terrorist fist jab“. Of course she gave another Fox News, Rush Limbaugh type, lame “apology“, and Fox will take her off the air for a month or so, But you have to believe even right wing nut jobs are tired of this. All the little lame, childish innuendos. The multitude of “mistaking” Osama’s name with Bin Ladin’s. The constant suspicious, unfounded looks of derision. It all is laughable and seems like Fox is really reaching for anything to stick to the wall. I truly believe if multimedia was this advanced (live T.V., Internet, 24 hour news) in 1938, Fox News would have been precisely the kind of tool, Adolph Hitler would have used.

P.S. As I sit at my desk looking up at my Honorable Discharge, I think back to my brothers in arms, and how we all used to do that very same fist bump. I called Faux news at  (212) 301-3000 and asked them if they thought WE were all terrorists also? I know I won’t get a response.

One more cost of war.

April 5, 2008

Speaker Pelosi On Rising Gas Prices and the War in Iraq:

“Think of this: Our troops, our military units in Iraq, are paying about $3.25 a gallon of gas, approximately what we pay in the U.S. – that’s our military units in Iraq – while Iraqis are paying $1.36 a gallon for gas at the pump. This is a raw deal for America’s taxpayers, and it is really hard to explain.”

The country of Iraq has BILLIONS in banks around the world.  Americans are footing the bill to rebuild their country, and fight this pointless war. I know this isn’t news, but it needs to be repeated over and over, as long as people have blinders on.


Nader Hater

February 24, 2008


I woke up this morning to find Nader is throwing his tattered useless hat back in the ring. Conveniently after the Caucasus mind you. I hold this ass-pimple personally responsible for W’s “election”. It’s no secret he is the Republicon’s shill, but no matter, this joke won’t happen again. Anyone stupid enough to throw away there vote on him, is also too dumb to find there way to the polls on Super Tuesday anyway. Source

Republicons; “Stop this train, I wanna get off!”

February 7, 2008


Romney Suspends presidential campaign .

Romney bows, “Get a” Rush Limbaugh and ‘m’Ann Coultler swear to elect Hillary before McCain! This logic shows how little the Republicons care about this country. They feel that Senator Clinton is so awful she would “sink” this country. So to teach us a lesson, they would let her “wreck” it, than have a mildly reasonable crook like McCain. All the G.O.P has to offer is fear as usual. I believe that they are starting all of this ruckus, to take attention away from the sky rocket that is Senator Obama. However you look at it, it will take more cheating, lying , and vote rigging than ever before to win 2008, and that scares ME.

Entry for September 08, 2007

September 9, 2007


‘No Saddam link to Iraq al-Qaeda’

There is no evidence of formal links between Iraqi ex-leader Saddam Hussein and al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq prior to the 2003 war, a US Senate report says. The finding is contained in a 2005 CIA report released by the Senate’s Intelligence Committee on Friday.

US President George W Bush has said that the presence of late al-Qaeda leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi in Iraq before the war was evidence of a link.

Opposition Democrats say the report has harmed Mr Bush’s case for going to war.

The BBC’s Justin Webb in Washington says that the US president has again and again tried to connect the war in Iraq, which most Americans think was a mistake, with the so-called war on terror, which has the support of the nation.

The report comes as Mr Bush makes a series of speeches on the “war on terror” to coincide with the fifth anniversary of the 11 September attacks.

Requests rejected

The report is the second part of the committee’s analysis of pre-war intelligence. The first dealt with CIA failings in its assessment of Iraq’s weapons programme.

Saddam Hussein was distrustful of al-Qaeda and viewed Islamic extremists as a threat to his regime, refusing all requests from al-Qaeda to provide material or operational support,
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The committee concluded that the CIA had evidence of several instances of contacts between the Iraqi authorities and al-Qaeda throughout the 1990s but that these did not add up to a formal relationship.

It added that the government “did not have a relationship, harbour or turn a blind eye toward Zarqawi and his associates”.

It said that Iraq and al-Qaeda were ideologically poles apart.

“Saddam Hussein was distrustful of al-Qaeda and viewed Islamic extremists as a threat to his regime, refusing all requests from al-Qaeda to provide material or operational support,” it said.

The Senate report added that the Iraqi regime had repeatedly rejected al-Qaeda requests for meetings.

It also deals with the role played by inaccurate information supplied by Iraqi opposition groups in the run-up to the war.

‘Devastating indictment’

White House spokesman Tony Snow told the Associated Press news agency the report contained “nothing new”.

“In 2002 and 2003, members of both parties got a good look at the intelligence we had and they came to the very same conclusions about what was going on,” he said.

But Democrat Senator Carl Levin described the report as a “devastating indictment” of the administration’s attempts to link Saddam Hussein to al-Qaeda.

Zarqawi, who is believed to be responsible for numerous killings and kidnappings in Iraq since the war, was killed in a US raid in June.

Saddam Hussein and several close associates are standing trial for the killings of Shias in the village of Dujail in the early 1980s and of more than 100,000 Kurds in 1988.

Love how the RepubliKons try to throw the Dems in wth this as usual.
File this under DUHHHHH!!!!!!! -C


Summer Vacation! No more fatwas! No more books! No more American Soldier’s dirty looks!

July 15, 2007

Bush Moron

Iraqi parliament’s vacation criticised

Published: July 14, 2007, 23:31

Washington: The White House appeared resigned to the fact that the Iraqi parliament is going to take August off, even though it has just eight weeks to show progress on military, political and economic benchmarks prescribed by the United States.

“My understanding is at this juncture they’re going to take August off, but, you know, they may change their minds,” White House press secretary Tony Snow said on Friday. “You know, it’s 54 degree Celsius [130 degrees Fahrenheit] in Baghdad in August,” he said, sympathetically.

Snow was reminded that US troops will be continuing to fight throughout August in the heat. “You know, that’s a good point,” Snow said.

Last month, the Iraqi parliament decided to cancel the first month of a two-month summer vacation supposed to start on July 1, in order to take up legislation, including a new law governing the oil industry.

The vacation plans have been repeatedly criticised by US lawmakers. But the US Congress will be on vacation from August 3 to September 4, if it sticks to current plans.

How can anyone defend keeping our troops there any longer?

Entry for January 11, 2007 “Whoops!”

January 11, 2007

Well, this little gem came and went from the news quick!
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — None of the top three suspected terrorists in Somalia were killed in a U.S. airstrike this week, but Somalis with close ties to al Qaeda were killed, a senior U.S. official in the region said Thursday.

A day earlier, a Somali official had said a U.S. intelligence report had referred to the death of Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, one of the three senior al Qaeda members believed responsible for bombing U.S. embassies in East Africa. But U.S. and Ethiopian troops in southern Somalia were still pursuing the three, the U.S. official said Thursday on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak on the record.

Earlier this week, police at the Kenyan coastal border town of Kiunga arrested the wives and several children of two of the embassy bombing suspects, according to an internal police report seen by The Associated Press Wednesday. The suspects’ relatives had slipped across the border, according to the report.

Residents on Thursday reported new fighting between Islamic militiamen and Somali and Ethiopian forces.

The fighting early Thursday in southern Somalia set off a brush fire, residents said by two-way radio. There were reports of as many as 35 deaths.

The fighting comes after Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi said his forces were carrying out mop-up operations against Islamic militants in the extreme southern corner of Somalia and that he expected to withdraw his troops within a few weeks.

While officials in Washington said U.S. special operations forces had entered Somalia with Ethiopian forces last month, they said there was no plan for large numbers of U.S. troops to enter the country.

U.S. and Somali officials said Wednesday a small American team has been providing military advice to Ethiopian and Somali forces on the ground. The officials provided little detail and spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the information.

Somali officials have said the U.S. had a right to strike, and one even called on America to send in ground troops to help root out al Qaeda extremists and the Islamic militia believed to be sheltering them.

The U.S. Navy has moved additional forces into waters off the Somali coast, where they have conducted security missions, monitoring maritime traffic and intercepting and interrogating crew on suspicious ships.

There were five ships Wednesday: the guided missile destroyer USS Ramage, the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower aircraft carrier, the guided missile cruisers USS Bunker Hill and USS Anzio, and the amphibious landing ship USS Ashland. Officials said they could use the Ashland as a brig for any captured suspects.

Ethiopia intervened to protect Somalia’s internationally backed government on December 24 after forces loyal to a fundamentalist group called the Council of Islamic Courts advanced on the only town the government controlled.

Within 10 days the Ethiopians, joined by Somali troops, had pushed the Islamic fighters into a corner between the Kenyan border and the Indian Ocean. The remote, forested area has few residents and high frequency radio is the only reliable form of communications.

“We are hearing bombardment in Ras Kamboni. It started around 6 a.m. and the strike is now continuing,” one resident said Thursday, asking not to be named for fear of retribution. “We can’t see planes, but we can hear heavy explosions.”

Mosa Aden Hersi, who lives 25 kilometers (15 miles) from Ras Kamboni, said earlier fighting in the area had triggered a brush fire. At least 35 civilians were killed along with fighters during the battle.

“We saw the dead bodies of 17 men in military uniform under a small hill, but we do not know their identity,” he said.

“The fighting is near and around Ras Kamboni. This is the last hideout of the terrorists. It is small unit, mopping up operations that have not yet been completed,” Meles said in Ethiopia on Wednesday.

A Somali human rights group said Thursday that thousands of Somalis fleeing the fighting were now stranded on the Kenyan border.

“Thousands are in a bad condition and they do not have food and water. They are stranded at the border after Kenya closed it, and they cannot go back to their houses for two reasons: the ongoing air strikes and lack of transportation,” said Ali Bashi, chairman of the Fanole human rights group.

Somalia has not had an effective central government since clan-based warlords toppled dictator Mohamed Siad Barre in 1991 and then turned on each other. The interim government was established in 2004.
Only way Bush knows how to solve a problem is KILL KILL KILL!
We all know he executed more people in his term as Governor than any Texas Governor in history! Not to mention he never gave more than 15 minutes consideration to any death row convict and was proud of the fact.

Entry for November 10, 2006

November 10, 2006

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Fare Thee Well Republikkkon Majority.