Tuesday, May 02, 2006

* BRAVO STEVE COLBERT - BRILLIANT!!

Check out this terrific site SIMPLY LEFT BEHIND which has the ENTIRE crystal clear version of COLBERT at White House Correspondents' Dinner...

My friend John Amato at Crooks and Liars put this up yesterday: WATCH COLBERT GIVE HALF OF IT TO BUSH


FROM EDITOR & PUBLISHER

NEW YORK E&P's article on Stephen Colbert's speech at the White House Correspondents' Association dinner was one of our most read articles ever, touching a nerve with people on all sides of the political spectrum. E&P's opinionated readers sent over a hundred responses to the article, many of which we will attemp to include in this week's letters pages. Here is our first edition.

The Colbert Retort:

Great article. As far as Colbert's lampoon, he was right in doing what he did--and doing it in front of the whole world.
Bush should be run out of town for what he has done to this country and especially the misuse of our military and their families. We tire of him hiding behind the few soldiers continuing to support him. I also blame the corporate owned media for their part in cheerleading this country, ill prepared, into a war of choice.

I wonder which one of Bush's children he would sacrifice for this war. After all, he expected me to willingly sacrifice my son. He expects Cindy Sheehan to be pleased sacrificing her son's life for lies. Most military families (the educated ones, anyway) found no humor when Bush at a previous press dinner pretended to look for WMD in the Oval office. Not a drop of class in his supposed blue blood...

Teresa Dawson
Coordinator
Military Families Speak Out
Central Ohio Chapter
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I watched the whole show and I was deeply offended for my country, the President and the military. Stephen Colbert proved beyond a doubt that liberals are worthless human beings, a danger to all of our freedom and lack any sense of decency. Their contributions and value to the country are nil.

Tom Wegmann
Seattle, Wash.

I totally applaud Colbert for his "comedy talk". In a gathered, gala event, it would have been a mistake not to nail the atrocious conditions to which this president and his administration have unshamefully brought our country, our reputation, and the Iraqis. I was cheering. This had to be done because Bush's miserable policies have to stop and he must go. It's no joke and I'm glad he and Laura weren't smiling.

I also applaud C-span and the WH Correspondents Assn. for letting things roll.
Susan James
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OF NATIONAL URGENCY! Got this from Larisa at RAW STORY: FYI, this is remarkable and the silence is even more so:

Bush challenges hundreds of laws
President cites powers of his office

By Charlie Savage, Globe Staff | April 30, 2006

WASHINGTON -- President Bush has quietly claimed the authority to disobey more than 750 laws enacted since he took office, asserting that he has the power to set aside any statute passed by Congress when it conflicts with his interpretation of the Constitution.

Among the laws Bush said he can ignore are military rules and regulations, affirmative-action provisions, requirements that Congress be told about immigration services problems, ''whistle-blower" protections for nuclear regulatory officials, and safeguards against political interference in federally funded research.

Legal scholars say the scope and aggression of Bush's assertions that he can bypass laws represent a concerted effort to expand his power at the expense of Congress, upsetting the balance between the branches of government. The Constitution is clear in assigning to Congress the power to write the laws and to the president a duty ''to take care that the laws be faithfully executed." Bush, however, has repeatedly declared that he does not need to ''execute" a law he believes is unconstitutional.
http://www.boston.com/news/nation/washington/articles/2006/04/30/bush_challenges_hundreds_of_laws/

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Managing Editor - News
Raw Story Media, Inc.
http://www.rawstory.com
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1,775 comments:

  1. Ozark Mountain Guy11:40 AM

    Lydia you speak the Truth so clearly, it's as if God is speaking through you.

    I love hearing what you have to say; it's changing my life. Thank you. I always try to be the first post. It makes my week.
    Blessings,
    OMG

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  2. Anonymous11:41 AM

    Steve Colbert was dead-on, but too close for comfort. He made everyone uncomfortable because he was telling the truth.

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  3. Lydia,

    C&L only managed to copy half the show and the vid is really piss poor quality.

    I have the entire thing linked thru my blog and the vid is crystal clear.

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  4. Yea, I agree. No one at the dinner laughed, because they pretty much all realized he was skewering everyone in the room, and it was dead on.

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  5. Excellent POST LYDIA!!!

    This was a major blow for the unheard voices of the ever growing "Majority".

    The masses are not being heard. Instead only a few voices, from among the 1 3rd of Americans still comfortable that we slaughtered over 100,000 people in Iraq because we "Thought" they "Might" hurt us one day.

    The whole world is sick of us. And if we don't start cleaning our own house, they're going to do it for us. Just like we did with Hitler, who ALSO used a strategy he called "Pre-emption" to invade and occupy foriegn nations.

    Colbert has the biggest grandest quevos I've ever seen.

    Clubber Colbert Clobbers Bush.

    Film at 11:00.

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  6. Hey Carl. Thats a great blog you got there.

    I'm from New York so I like what you wrote there.

    Way to go big guy.

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  7. Some great on liners from Colberts skit.

    By the way, before I get started, if anybody needs anything else at their tables, just speak slowly and clearly into your table numbers. Somebody from the NSA will be right over with a cocktail

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  8. I stand by this man. I stand by this man because he stands for things. Not only for things, he stands on things.

    Things like aircraft carriers and rubble and recently flooded city squares.

    And that sends a strong message, that no matter what happens to America, she will always rebound -- with the most powerfully staged photo ops in the world

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  9. Holy crap that's ruthless.

    Can you believe he said that live on TV with Bush sitting only 4 feet away???

    Holy crap.

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  10. I am appalled to be surrounded by the liberal media that is destroying America, with the exception of Fox News.

    Fox News gives you both sides of every story: the president's side, and the vice president's side.

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  11. Here's how it works: the president makes decisions.

    He's the decider.

    The press secretary announces those decisions, and you people of the press type those decisions down.

    Make, announce, type.

    Just put 'em through a spell check and go home.

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  12. Senator McCain, it's so wonderful to see you coming back into the Republican fold.

    I have a summer house in South Carolina; look me up when you go to speak at Bob Jones University.

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  13. Mayor Nagin, I'd like to welcome you to Washington, D.C., the chocolate city with a marshmallow center.

    And a graham cracker crust of corruption.

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  14. So he let Bin Laden getg away and let Zarqawi live so he would have an Al Quaeda figure in Iraq after he invaded........go figure.

    FROM THE AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING COMPANY. SO FAR, UPI IS THE ONLY CORPORATE MEDIA OUTLET IN THE U.S. WITH THE GUTS TO PICK IT UP:

    Bush turned down chances to kill Zarqawi: ex-CIA spy

    A former top CIA spy says the United States deliberately turned down several opportunities to kill terrorist Abu Musab al-Zarqawi in the lead-up to the Iraq war.

    Mike Scheuer headed the CIA’s bin Laden unit for six years before resigning in 2004.

    He has told the ABC’s Four Corners program the Bush administration had Zarqawi in its sights almost every day for a year.

    He says a plan to destroy Zarqawi’s training camp in Kurdistan was abandoned for diplomatic reasons.

    “The reasons the intelligence service got for not shooting Zarqawi was simply that the President and the National Security Council decided it was more important not to give the Europeans the impression we were gunslingers,” he said.

    “Mr Bush had Mr Zarqawi in his sights for almost every day for a year before the invasion of Iraq and he didn’t shoot because they were wining and dining the French in an effort to get them to assist us in the invasion of Iraq.”

    The full story will air on Four Corners tonight on ABC television.

    Comment by Bush Bites — May 1, 2006 @ 1:59 pm

    http://thinkprogress.org/2006/05/01/mission-accomplished-by-the-numbers/#comments

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  15. According to the Washington Post today,

    "President Bush today called the selection of Iraq's new leaders a turning point, for the country and hailed their dedication to a "unified Iraq" with a government representing all people."

    How many elections have we heard Bush say this same or similar comment in the past?

    If Iraq ever does get a " government representing all people" they will have more from their government than Americans do.

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  16. Larry..... three elections and the selection of the president four turning the corner points...

    Thus they have gone around the block and are about back where they started before the first election see it was nolt that hard to figure out.


    Bush is now going in circles and he thinks he's going somewhere......

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  17. ABC.net.au has an article that an ex-CIA agent says Bush turned down several chances to kill Zarqawi, nearly everyday for a year right before the Iraq invasion.

    Sounds credible to me. After all right after 911 they let Bin Laden escape, when they had him cornored.

    They must have been in business with Zarqawi as well as Bin Laden.

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  18. Anonymous2:22 PM

    I watched the whole show and I was deeply offended for my country, the President and the military. Stephen Colbert proved beyond a doubt that liberals are worthless human beings, a danger to all of our freedom and lack any sense of decency. Their contributions and value to the country are nil.

    Tom Wegmann
    Seattle, Wash.

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  19. I've been deeply offended for my country for a long time after watching the actions of Bush and his Neo Con Cabal, they have proved time and time again to be a danger to our freedom and that they lack the smallest shred of decency. Its about time someone stood up to these lying dirtbags and called them on their riddiculous hippocrissy.

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  20. Tom Wegmann
    Seattle, Wash.

    How brave of you to sit in you living room(unless mr. Scaife needed servicing) and FEEL ashamed for everybody when the stupidest pResident ever got a truthocution in front of a national audience......too bad you are not asshamed of something worthy of shame like prisoner tourture, or an illegal aggressive war...or the paltry way the pResident and congress treats the Katrina victums....or the horrible way the congress and pResident run thre nations finances...something really worthy of all the shame you have to give....

    Stephen Colbert proved beyond a doubt that liberals are worthless human beings,

    I for one think thay GOD himself might beg to differ, and you might actually one day in the future have a very real oppertunity to discuss your views of HIS children with him up close and real personnal like....



    a danger to all of our freedom

    Like violating the freedoms of the constitution and curtailing civil liberties those freedoms....well it ain't liberals doing that snuffy....


    and lack any sense of decency.

    Like not wanting people tortured or illegally held for years with out any charges and when they are let go like nothing wrong has happened?

    Like letting people suffer in one of the nations major cities while the states Natiopnal guard unit is 7000 miles from homebase fighting a illegal war of aggression, and the federal government that issued a national disaster emergency declaration never took the first step in replacing the missing state national guard troops.

    Like cutting the funding for the returning veterans wounded from the very war YOU started, and raising the costs to those and other veterans in order not to raise the costs to the richest members of the society who have virtually no family members in the fight

    Like cutting the poorest members from medicare...food stamps funding for educating the children to give the richest more tax cuts...

    is that the decency you speak of?


    Their contributions and value to the country are nil.

    remember this foole...

    “If Americans have a common fault, however, it’s our tendency to suffer from historical amnesia. Too many of us have forgotten, or never learned, what kind of country America was under the conservative rule that preceded the century of liberal reform. And too many of us have no idea whose ideas and energy brought about the reforms we now take for granted.

    “If your workplace is safe; if your children go to school rather than being forced into labor; if you are paid a living wage, including overtime; if you enjoy a forty-hour week and you are allowed to join a union to protect your rights - you can thank liberals. If your food is not poisoned and your water is drinkable - you can thank liberals. If your parents are eligible for Medicare and Social Security, so they can grow old in dignity without bankrupting your family - you can thank liberals. If your rivers are getting cleaner and our air isn’t black with pollution; if our wilderness is protected and our countryside is still green - you can thank liberals. If people of all races can share the same public facilities; if everyone has the right to vote; if couples fall in love and marry regardless of race; if we have finally begun to transcend a segregated society - you can thank liberals. Progressive innovations like those and so many others were achieved by long, difficult struggles against entrenched power. What defined conservatism, and conservatives, was their opposition to every one of those advances. The country we know and love today was built by those victories for liberalism - with the support of the American people.”

    and

    Day in the Life of Joe Middle-Class Republican

    Joe gets up at 6:00am to prepare his morning coffee. He fills his pot full of good clean drinking water because some liberal fought for minimum water quality standards. He takes his daily medication with his first swallow of coffee. His medications are safe to take because some liberal fought to insure their safety and work as advertised.

    All but $10.00 of his medications are paid for by his employers medical plan because some liberal union workers fought their employers for paid medical insurance, now Joe gets it too. He prepares his morning breakfast, bacon and eggs this day. Joe’s bacon is safe to eat because some liberal fought for laws to regulate the meat packing industry.

    Joe takes his morning shower reaching for his shampoo; His bottle is properly labeled with every ingredient and the amount of its contents because some liberal fought for his right to know what he was putting on his body and how much it contained. Joe dresses, walks outside and takes a deep breath. The air he breathes is clean because some tree hugging liberal fought for laws to stop industries from polluting our air. He walks to the subway station for his government subsidized ride to work; it saves him considerable money in parking and transportation fees. You see, some liberal fought for affordable public transportation, which gives everyone the opportunity to be a contributor.

    Joe begins his work day; he has a good job with excellent pay, medicals benefits, retirement, paid holidays and vacation because some liberal union members fought and died for these working standards. Joe’s employer pays these standards because Joe’s employer doesn’t want his employees to call the union. If Joe is hurt on the job or becomes unemployed he’ll get a worker compensation or unemployment check because some liberal didn’t think he should loose his home because of his temporary misfortune.

    Its noon time, Joe needs to make a Bank Deposit so he can pay some bills. Joe’s deposit is federally insured by the FSLIC because some liberal wanted to protect Joe’s money from unscrupulous bankers who ruined the banking system before the depression.

    Joe has to pay his Fannie Mae underwritten Mortgage and his below market federal student loan because some stupid liberal decided that Joe and the government would be better off if he was educated and earned more money over his life-time.

    Joe is home from work, he plans to visit his father this evening at his farm home in the country. He gets in his car for the drive to dads; his car is among the safest in the world because some liberal fought for car safety standards. He arrives at his boyhood home. He was the third generation to live in the house financed by Farmers Home Administration because bankers didn’t want to make rural loans. The house didn’t have electric until some big government liberal stuck his nose where it didn’t belong and demanded rural electrification. (Those rural Republican’s would still be sitting in the dark)

    He is happy to see his dad who is now retired. His dad lives on Social Security and his union pension because some liberal made sure he could take care of himself so Joe wouldn’t have to. After his visit with dad he gets back in his car for the ride home.
    He turns on a radio talk show, the host’s keeps saying that liberals are bad and conservatives are good. (He doesn’t tell Joe that his beloved Republicans have fought against every protection and benefit Joe enjoys throughout his day) Joe agrees, “We don’t need those big government liberals ruining our lives; after all, I’m a self made man who believes everyone should take care of themselves, just like I have”.

    Hope you don't mind all the liberal contributions that actually make you and you families lives safer and better...

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  21. Anonymous3:06 PM

    Mike 1 "s" in the word: hypocrisy

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  22. Chris Matthews is officially a politically correct puss.

    He showed Bush and his little impersonator designed to make him look self depricating, but he didn't show a second of Colberts skit. When his guest mentioned it he cut him off and just said it was bad.

    He's got no real spine.

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  23. Worfeus I think Crissy wanted the job Tony Snow got.....and he hopes John McCain gets elected because he sucks up to McCain so much he might get that job then...

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  24. NY RULES3:19 PM

    More than likely television censors had him not address this issue at this time

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  25. Anonymous3:40 PM

    Clif,you forgot the part where the conservative paid the lib to wipe his ass after he took a dump.

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  26. Anonymous said...

    Clif,you forgot the part where the conservative paid the lib to wipe his ass after he took a dump.

    other than your association with Scaife ....do you have a link to offer,

    besides we know you do it because you love it.

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  27. Anonymous3:59 PM

    Did You get booted out of the DOJ John, or does Scaife just pay better?

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  28. Gangs claim their turf in Iraq

    BY FRANK MAIN Crime Reporter

    The Gangster Disciples, Latin Kings and Vice Lords were born decades ago in Chicago's most violent neighborhoods. Now, their gang graffiti is showing up 6,400 miles away in one of the world's most dangerous neighborhoods -- Iraq.

    Armored vehicles, concrete barricades and bathroom walls all have served as canvasses for their spray-painted gang art. At Camp Cedar II, about 185 miles southeast of Baghdad, a guard shack was recently defaced with "GDN" for Gangster Disciple Nation, along with the gang's six-pointed star and the word "Chitown," a soldier who photographed it said.

    The graffiti, captured on film by an Army Reservist and provided to the Chicago Sun-Times, highlights increasing gang activity in the Army in the United States and overseas, some experts say.

    Military and civilian police investigators familiar with three major Army bases in the United States -- Fort Lewis, Fort Hood and Fort Bragg -- said they have been focusing recently on soldiers with gang affiliations. These bases ship out many of the soldiers fighting in Iraq.

    "I have identified 320 soldiers as gang members from April 2002 to present," said Scott Barfield, a Defense Department gang detective at Fort Lewis in Washington state. "I think that's the tip of the iceberg."

    Of paramount concern is whether gang-affiliated soldiers' training will make them deadly urban warriors when they return to civilian life and if some are using their access to military equipment to supply gangs at home, said Barfield and other experts.

    http://www.suntimes.com/output/news/cst-nws-gangs01.htm

    Yea right Reagan and Bush 41 trained Osama and the jihadists so not to be out done Bush 43 and Rummy are giving military training to the very same street gangs that civilian law enforcement call one of the worst law enforcement problems this country face......

    hopefully Jeb won't run to try and out do both georges the country couldn't take it...

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  29. Breaking News

    Report: Turkey won’t let U.S. attack Iran from its land

    Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul said Sunday that his country refused a request from the United States to attack Iran from its Air Force base in Incirlik, despite the U.S. offer of a nuclear reactor, according to a report in Al Biyan.


    In an interview for the United Arab Emirates newspaper, Gul noted that America’s efforts to attack Iran are “imaginary” and that Turkey’s stance is “strategic” and refuses the use of its land for any belligerent activity against neighboring countries. (Roee Nahmias)

    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3245382,00.html

    We promise nuke help to India and turkey to keep Iran from getting it, somebody is fallen down the rabbit hole and ate BOTH pills....

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  30. Carls video of Colbert is far superior.

    Cant wait for the Colbert Repor tonite.

    Im kinda in disbelief Steven used the term "backwash" to describe the few followers of Bush.....with Bush sitting right beside him!

    Man did Bush ever look uncomfortable.

    YUK YUK!

    Colbert has balls of steel!

    Id follow Colbert into battle any day of the week!

    A pack of smokes, pound of back bacon, and a couple of Molsons to Colbert from JMM.

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  31. Mike this ones for you....you called this a while ago,

    Dollar starts the big slide against major currencies
    DAVID SMITH, ECONOMICS EDITOR
    THE dollar has embarked on a big decline that will see it fall against all leading currencies, according to analysts.

    The plunge is being prompted by America’s $800 billion (£438 billion) current-account deficit, they say.

    The dollar has been under pressure following last weekend’s meeting of G7 finance ministers and central bankers, which emphasised “global imbalances” and said currencies should reflect economic fundamentals. Then China raised its key interest rate to 5.85%, its first hike for months, and Ben Bernanke, the new Federal Reserve chairman, hinted that American rates would pause at 5% after a rise in May.

    Analysts say that without interest-rate support, the dollar will be weighed down heavily by America’s imbalances.

    “I think this is it,” said Tony Norfield, global head of currency strategy at ABN Amro. “The dollar has been supported by high yields but markets are saying that is no longer enough. The question for policymakers is going to be how to manage the dollar’s decline. It won’t be a one-way street but the fall is likely to be biggest against Asian currencies.”

    The euro has already risen to an 11-month high of more than $1.26, while the dollar is at a three-month low of 113.70 against the yen. The Canadian dollar, known by traders as the “loonie”, rose to a 28-year high on Friday, boosted by a hike in Canadian interest rates.

    Sterling climbed back above $1.80, closing above $1.82 in New York on Friday.

    The Bank of England’s monetary policy committee is set to leave rates unchanged at 4.5%, despite a call from the National Institute of Economic and Social Research for a pre-emptive rise.

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,2095-2157799,00.html

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/
    0,,2095-2157799,00.html

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  32. Larry said

    "President Bush today called the selection of Iraq's new leaders a turning point.......

    How many elections have we heard Bush say this same or similar comment in the past? "

    Now, now, Larry, your not using the power of "Positive Thinking."

    Perhaps Bush is right this time and means it.


    Ooops, I forgot, the power of "Positive Thinking" has limits. Therefore its neccesary we learn from our mistakes/past and realize some goals are just plain unrealistic or unachievable......period!

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  33. A president runs criminally amok, dismantling the American democracy.

    The press, cowering, forgets its obligation to the citizenry.

    A comedian emerges as the Edward R. Murrow of our day.

    This site is a Thank You to Mr. Colbert.

    Colbert Speaks Truth to Power at the White House Correspondents Dinner

    http://thankyoustephencolbert.org/wordpress/archives/3#comments

    http://thankyoustephencolbert.org/
    wordpress/archives/3#comments

    17533 Responses to “Thank You.”

    That was when I got there....that many hits in less than 48 hours, the repugs must be nervous.....

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  34. 17607 Responses to “Thank You.” when I finished my comment74 comments in about ten minutes......they should be scared....stephen colbert has opened a new side of the political-press dance that they might not be able to control......

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  35. Clif, what Colbert did has needed to be done for a long time, he got in their face and read them the riot act and he didnt hold back a bit, he hit them with both barrels.

    it speaks volumes that most of the news hasnt covered this though, it shows that Bush has the media in his pocket, but that will change as people see the "decider" is a paper tiger and an A$$clown

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  36. BTW, Clif I read your blog article this morning, i'll probably go back and reread it tomorrow, but it was an excellent article, I saw author Joel Klein speaking this weekend, and he said similar things to what you said.

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  37. Clif, did you see what I wrote in the last blog about Bolivia seizing and nationalizing their natural gas assets, it looks like the resource wars have begun, hence the invasion of Iraq and push to invade Iran.

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  38. Yes I have read that several places, what about the article I posted here about the begining of the fall for the dollar?

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  39. Mike go to the Thank you Stephen Colbert site, it is amasing that this is only an internet thing that is obviously growing....

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  40. What that says about the dollar is ominous clif, it shows the world is not buying what bernanke and bush are selling, they know bernanke will not raise interest rates much more to defend the dollar and they know Bush is a fool that got us involved in a quagmire and the deficit will only go up, so foreigners are diversifying out of dollars and buying gold. and that portends disaster for both the economy and the stock market. the market isnt buying the phony inflation numbers or rhetoric bernanke is spewing, he made a dovish comment he was done raising rates and foreigners hit the exits because they know doesnt have any credibility as an inflation fighter and if they wont be compensated by higher interest rates then they will hit the exits and move to gold.

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  41. Stephen Colbert did more than read them the riot act Mike. He laid out this administrations crimes one by one.

    He said what everyone's been wanting to say to him for a long time.

    And the Main Stream Media has, like the pusses they are, done the politically correct thing and distanced themselves from it.

    Colbert and Stewart are the Edward R Murrows today, and Chris Matthews is a politcally correct puss.

    I used to like Chris Matthews too.

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  42. What could the media be afraid of from Bush though, do you think its FCC retaliation, i've seen his hold over the media for years now and never understood it, conservatives always says the media was liberal biased, but once this clown got in office its obvious they are in his pocket

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  43. Worfeus check out the thank you stephen colbert site, I posted #17607

    around 8:50 est

    now at 12:39 est

    18211 Responses to “Thank You.”

    or over 600 people in less than 3 hours....think about it, no advertising except by web page, blog, and word of mouth.....the MSM and repugs should be worried...

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  44. Rove Rage: How His Treasonous CIA Leak Has Damaged the U.S.'s Ability to Track Iran Nukes

    A bombshell revelation was made Monday on MSNBC's Hardball With Chris Matthews that directly ties embattled former Bush policy advisor Karl Rove to the United States' inability to keep tabs on the proliferation of nuclear weapons in Iran. In leaking the identity of covert CIA agent Valerie Wilson to reporters, Rove not only put the operative's career and life in danger, as well as those who worked alongside her, his actions also served to put the nation at grave risk.

    According to Hardball correspondent David Shuster, "Intelligence sources say Valerie Wilson was part of an operation three years ago tracking the proliferation of nuclear weapons materials into Iran. And the sources allege that when Mrs. Wilson's cover was blown the administration's ability to track Iran's nuclear ambitions was damaged as well."

    The news of this breach comes just days after Bush once again reiterated the need to toughen the U.S. stand against Iran, which has vowed to continue ignoring demands by the United Nations Security Council that it suspend its uranium enrichment.

    "Iranians should not have a 'nukular' weapon, the capacity to make a 'nukular' weapon, or the knowledge as to how to make a 'nukular' weapon, and now that we have the goal in mind, we're working on the tactics," Bush said on April 28. Tough talk from a president who despises leaks and the despicable leakers who leak them, yet who renegs on his promise to the American people to punish them if they are caught.

    That "Bush's Brain" Karl Rove is responsible for this devastating intelligence setback pertaining to Iran's nuclear build-up--and still has his highly coveted security clearance--is utterly reprehensible and should be considered an act of treason.


    go to this link

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3036697/

    and click on the tag called;

    Video: Rove's role in CIA case

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  45. Beloved Saint Germain's Words:

    "You do not yet know, My Dear Ones, the Joy of living for the Whole World. You can qualify every ounce of energy which flows through your bodies every morning when you awaken with Invincible Heavenly Perfection and Joy, with Heavenly Action and Cosmic Power of the Cosmic Flame of Cosmic Love and Mercy--or you can go through your daily business activities feeling it is a struggle and everybody has abused you--you are full of human problems and you do not know how you are going to get through the day!"

    The Voice of the "I AM" 51.4:14

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  46. "We are what we think. All that we are arises with our thoughts. With our thoughts we make the world.

    Speak or act with a pure mind and happiness will follow you as your shadow, unshakable."

    The Dhammapada

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  47. Colbert delivered the finest set of political comedy I've ever seen--the stiff audience of journalists was stunned at Colbert's blast furnace of realism, but the word on the street is that TV viewers were ROFL.

    And now we're hearing about Bush's aides s**tting their shorts because Bush was about to blow a gasket.

    I'm loving it!

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  48. Anonymous said...
    Stephen Colbert proved beyond a doubt that liberals are worthless human beings, a danger to all of our freedom and lack any sense of decency.


    Really? Cuz...he's was being a conservative. Doing a pretty good job of it, too...

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  49. Clif,

    Interesting that UPI would pick that story up, seeing as it's owned by the Unification Church...you know them, Rev. Sun Myung Moon, the self-appointed (coronated by Curt Weldon of Pennsyvania) second Messiah of Christianity, and a heavy Bush supporter.

    Worfeus, thanks for the compliment. I tries muh hardest and does muh best.

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  50. Just curious if Ol' Tom there felt the same way when Imus was the comic relief during that dinner in the Clinton administration (1998?), about, you know, disrespecting the President and all....

    Just curious, Tom...or do you save your anally-retentive umbrage only for liberal comics?

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  51. Anonymous1:52 PM

    According to everything I've read and heard,both Lib and Conservative
    Colbert bombed out.

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  52. Anonymous said...
    According to everything I've read and heard,both Lib and Conservative
    Colbert bombed out.



    Based on everything you've read and heard? Oh yea, you're a mindless automoton, getting your thought processes from those around you.

    Ok, let me clear it up for you.

    It wasn't supposed to be "funny" Einstein.

    It was supposed to be uncomfortable.

    It was supposed to hurt.

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  53. Anonymous said...
    According to everything I've read and heard,both Lib and Conservative
    Colbert bombed out.


    Only if your unfunny do you think that...and based on the fact you couldn't even bother to come up with a clever handle....UNFUNNY!!!!!!!!

    Tell me, did someone else make your wife pregnant, too?

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  54. Tall Texan4:43 PM

    Worf wrote: "What Colbert did was lay out in plain, clear language just how damn stupid you would have to be to believe the administrations lies on everything from Valerie Plame to the War in Iraq."

    What Colbert actually did was lay out in plain, clear language just how damn stupid you would have to be to believe FAKE NEWS.

    You people need to start getting your news from legitimate sources, not COMEDIANS.

    I can't believe what I read here sometimes. I saw the bit, and part of it was clever, but ALL OF IT WAS A COMEDY BIT. And you people seem to take current events like they were a joke, and treat comedians as having serious news credentials.

    These episodes are a result of failures in our education system. When purported grownups mistake FAKE NEWS for real news, we are in serious, serious trouble. The way you talk, I'm not suprised that you are not backing Colbert in '08.

    How about opening the Washington Post or turning on a real news program, like the NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, or Special Report with Brit Hume on Fox.

    And before you start ranting about how Fox News is some lunatic fringe news source, it has been cited by a least a couple news watchdog groups as being more fair and balanced than the other two. Also remember that Fox gets more viewers than CNN and MSNBC combined. If you want links to support my assertion, I can certainly provide them, and most certainly provide them in a more convincing manner than Lydia did to backup her claim that Rummy had dirt on Bush and Cheney (which she never did, by the way, because she CAN'T back it up).

    To add insult to injury, Worf now claims to be mind reading Colbert's subjective intentions. Do I need to bring back the Pyschic Friends Network analogy back? Did Worf consult with Miss Cleo to read the mind of Colbert?

    Worf's fawing on Colbert is very close idol worship. I forget which one of you guys are aetheists, so I suppose that point wouldn't be a problem for you.

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  55. STEVEN COLBERT FOR PRESIDENT IN 2008!

    :D

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  56. And since Freedom Fan made me an honorary American, I'll be Colberts "Minister of Wine and Chix."

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  57. Dickhead Texan said;

    What Colbert actually did was lay out in plain, clear language just how damn stupid you would have to be to believe FAKE NEWS.

    No lamebrain. It's NOT fake news.

    Fake news is the name Jon Stewart uses as a little self depricating humor when he is queried as to the success of his show.

    What it is, is called "Political Satire", and its been around in one form or another since the Roman Empire.

    If you weren't so busy straining your marble trying to come up with ways to attack me, then you might understand it.

    But don't worry. Guys like you never get it. That's why you're guys like you.

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  58. Lamebrain said;

    To add insult to injury, Worf now claims to be mind reading Colbert's subjective intentions

    No lamebrain, but I did watch his interview on 60 Minutes this past Sunday, where he laid out in plain english why he does his reverse character.

    See, it's a little reverse psychology. Its an effective way of showing the ludicriousness of a given position or argument.

    And he does it well. Which is why his show and Jon Stewarts are such a success.

    That and because you and your motley crew are such a "SUCK-CESS".

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  59. Lamebrain said;

    These episodes are a result of failures in our education system.

    Go Frack yourself you inbred hillbilly reich wing prick.

    In my half a century on this planet I've learned more than any backwoods hayseed like you ever will.

    And BTW, my news day includes the BBC World News, Mcneil Leher News Hour, Hardball, Countdown, Situation Room, NBC Evening News, and CNN is on all day in the office.

    Sundays include Meet the Press, Face the Nation and This Week, as well as Mclaughlin Group and Capital Gang.

    Once a week I watch 60 Minutes as well, not to mention reading the Post daily as well as online blogs and news sources.

    Don't class us into your little reich wing talking points because of all the people in here calling people stupid, you should be the last one you backwater hick.

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  60. Tall Texan6:36 PM

    Worf, I love and appreciate effective political satirists and humorists. They are amusing. That is their job, but I would never make the mistake of getting my hard news information from comedians.

    You, on the otherhand, don't seem to care whether you get your information from Miss Cleo or Saturday Night Live.

    Tell me, is there a REAL news program that you watch with the same regularity as the pretend news on the Comedy Channel?

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  61. Man you're just dirt stupid aren't you?

    I mean dumb dirt stupid. The kind of stupid only inbreeding can provide.

    Go back and read my post dimwit.

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  62. I bet your momma's still crying.

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  63. Tall Texan6:46 PM

    Worf, did I hit a nerve with you? So defensive about your "intelligence." Speaks volumes.

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  64. You come in here, call everyone stupid, accuse me, the news junkie, of getting my news from Colbert, and think I'm being defensive?

    That ain't "De-fensive" dickhead.

    It's "offensive", just like it's intended to be.

    I've had my fill of backwoods unrightfully smug reich wing inbreds like you.

    Like I said earlier, go frack yourself.

    BTW, since I know you're too stupid to know what inbred means,let me help.

    It means your mother and father were brother and sister.

    In case you were curious.

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  65. And BTW, if you were such an erudite news viewer then why didn't you see Stephen Colbert on 60 Minutes last Sunday?

    Surely even a Reich winger like you watches 60 Minutes.

    Wait what am I saying. 60 Minutes is too much truth for guys like you. You just chalk it all up to liberal lies.

    Like evolution, LOL.

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  66. Tall Texan7:08 PM

    Worf wrote: "Like I said earlier, go frack yourself."

    If you are going to curse, go for the gold.

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  67. Hey I do have a question for you.

    Just how stupid did your parents have to be to make someone as stupid as you?

    Just curious, because you might be able to get into Guinness or something.

    Its gotta be some kind of a record.

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  68. Did they even offer IQ tests in the Ozarks back then?

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  69. For that matter, did the mail even get delivered to double-wides that high up in the hills?

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  70. Or did paw have to hoof it down to the general store to get the mail?

    Along with a carton of Pall Malls, a bottle of Thunderbird and the latest copy of the Ozark Beaver monthly?

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  71. Tall Texan7:17 PM

    Worf, have you considered Sanka Brand coffee?

    I thought that Colbert solved all your problems, but you seem like one very unhappy camper tonight.

    Then again, what was I thinking? When we captured Saddam, that was a bad day for you, no? The fact that our economy is raging somehow goes against your view that anything bad that happens to America under Bush is good news for you.

    I know your knind. It's all about rage and emotion, so just let it out.

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  72. There's no rage here pardner.

    Just nausea.

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  73. And our economy is not doing that well. Its a "War Economy", and our profits are being seen by big Oil and DoD contracting firms.

    That's why the stock markets up.

    War is a known economic stimulator.

    Course you'd have to have opened a history book to know that, so you're forgiven. I know things were hard back in the hills.

    You should be thankful you can read at all.

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  74. Tall Texan7:23 PM

    Worf, aren't you getting ready for the Monster Truck Extravaganza in greater Maryland this weekend? Free John Deere caps, and all the ribs and grits you can eat. Focus on that and it might improve your mood.

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  75. The housing market has slowed in most areas except in cities and towns in drivable proximity to major defense contractors, mainly metropolitan areas.

    The war drove the economy.

    We'll see how this blood money works out for us.

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  76. Ahh, a truck pull.

    Hmmm.

    Well, I'd drive to MD for good Neal Young Concert.

    I doubt I would do it for a truck pull though.

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  77. But I would be willing to drive to MD to avoid a truck pull.

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  78. BTW, you never did answer my earlier question.

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  79. Tall Texan7:32 PM

    Sounds like you are describing the dot com bubble. Oh, I forgot, that was under Clinton, so it must have been real wealth (while he decimated our intelligence agencies, paving the way for 9/11). Are you proud of your boy. (And I never voted for a guy named "Bubba," but you sure did.)

    Were you happy with Gore, who was in charge of improving airline safety when he nixed a proposal to reinforce cockpit doors, even after evidence came to light that the 1993 WTC bombers wanted to fly a plane into the WTC. They had eight years, and all they did was trade our state secrets to the Chinese.

    Are you proud of that?

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  80. Tall Texan7:35 PM

    Which question?

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  81. The dot.com wasn't a "bubble" you hapless hack.

    It was a wave.

    My company is still riding the tech wave and will be into the next decade, as our millions of others.

    Quit reading your talking points off a Bill O'Reilly cue card.

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  82. Which question?

    You know, the one about the folks.

    I mean, it's got to be some sort of a record.

    It's just gotta be.

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  83. Tall Texan7:48 PM

    Looks like Ken Blackwell is winning the Ohio GOP nomination for governor tonight.

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  84. Lemme wake the kids.

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  85. Troll Texan said "Then again, what was I thinking? When we captured Saddam, that was a bad day for you, no? The fact that our economy is raging somehow goes against your view that anything bad that happens to America under Bush is good news for you.

    the economy is raging huh genius, its inflation that is raging thats why gold has gone from $250 to 0ver $650 the last several years while thye stock market has not even passed its high of 6 years ago, if you new a shred about economics you would know we arte on the edge of a cliff. As for Saddam it would be far more significant to me if they captured or killed Osama you know the guy who attacked us on 9/11 instead of some tyrant of an oil rich country. Your JackAss in Chief Dubya said it all when he used a deck of cards to illustrate how bad he wanted people dead or captured and Saddam was the ace of spades, dont ya think Osama should have been the Ace of spades, dont ya think he should have been the most wanted?

    "Osama, I dont think much about Him" GWB

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  86. But they are hacving PROBLEMS with the diebold machines, wonder what that could mean....

    Cleveland Polling Place Delays Statewide Election Results
    Absentee Election Results To Be Delayed

    UPDATED: 9:17 pm EDT May 2, 2006

    CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The state of Ohio refused to release election results after the polls closed Tuesday, based on a judge's decision to keep one polling place open late.

    Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell, a GOP candidate for governor, made the decision to hold results until all polling locations were closed.

    A judge ordered the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections to keep the polling location at Garden Valley Neighborhood House at 7100 Kinsman Ave. open until 9:30 p.m. Tuesday

    When poll workers had trouble setting up the equipment in the morning, the polling place didn't open until 1:30 p.m. for voting.


    Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones and Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Bryan Flannery were at Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Cout in front of Judge Nancy McDonnell requesting that the polls stay open late. The judge only ruled on the Garden Valley location.

    With all the problems reported at the polls Tuesday, NewsChannel5 has learned that the absentee results will be delayed.

    About 17,000 absentee votes will have to be hand counted because of a problem with optical scanners.

    There were also reports of problems with the new electronic machines. Both machines are made by Diebold, NewsChannel5's Duane Pohlman reported.

    http://www.newsnet5.com/news/9144311/detail.html?subid=10101081

    http://www.newsnet5.com/news/9144311
    /detail.html?subid=10101081

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  87. I'll let you waste your time with the resident einstein, Worf, I have better things to do than talk to a brick wall.

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  88. You guys should see Madeleine Albright on Jon Stewart.

    She is "skewering" Bush.

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  89. We're hearing the same message from everyone.

    Bushy didn't listen to his generals, cept the ones who said what he liked.

    Powell stuck him good on Sunday, and now he's screwed.

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  90. Democratic Congressman Wins Nomination In Ohio

    UPDATED: 10:52 pm EDT May 2, 2006

    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- U.S. Rep. Ted Strickland handily won the Democratic nomination for Ohio governor on Tuesday, signaling the party's best chance in years to regain control of bellwether Ohio amid an investment scandal that has swept through the GOP-controlled state. In early results, Strickland had 90 percent of the vote.

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  91. Tell us Twit Texan,

    How does it feel to have this much Suck-cess?

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  92. 90 percent.

    That's a lot, right?

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  93. Colbert walk-out: The Comedy Central host “won a rare silent protest from Bush aides and supporters Saturday when several independently left before he finished.” One Bush aide “said that the president was visibly angered by the sharp lines that kept coming. ‘I’ve been there before, and I can see that [Bush] is [angry],’ said a former top aide. ‘He’s got that look that he’s ready to blow.’”

    http://thinkprogress.org/2006/05/02/thinkfast-may-2-2006/#comments

    http://thinkprogress.org/2006/05/02/
    thinkfast-may-2-2006/#comments

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  94. My favorite comment from the think progress thread;

    #

    He’s got that look that he’s ready to blow.’”

    And this is why the Republican majority in both the House and Senate are afraid of him. This is why Senator McCain has forgotten the title on this own book, “Worth the Fighting For”. And yes, this is the man that has his finger on the nuclear bottom. And believes in Armageddon, I may add. Holy mushroom cloud batman!

    What to Do With an Unreachable President?

    To me it means that Specter understands that Bush has no respect for the law or lawmakers, and no understanding of the Senate. It is clear that he was never disciplined as a child, that he got away with everything, from wetting his bed until he was 11 to setting fires until he was 14 (two things told to me in private after the book came out and that I never before mentioned in public), to shooting at his siblings with a bee bee gun, to drinking himself into oblivion, to being arrested for DWI, and on and on. He was always rescued by his father, by friends of his father, by his money, by his personal charm (when sober). Now he expects the next president to rescue him from Iraq.

    We have a drunk as president, a drunk with a history of being able to do whatever he wants to — with the possible exception of privatizing Social Security (though he is poised to bankrupt it in stead by draining the Treasury). The only way to stop him is with an intervention, just as it is done with alcoholics.

    Bush kids around like a fraternity boy…

    HHmmm,,, Do you think Bush is angry because Colbert routine was far better than his and his Jay Leno Bush look alike? I don’t know. All I can remember is the previous media event when Bush was lunatic enough to joke about sending our kids, fathers, and mothers to war to find WMD he knew weren’t there. It was terribly disturbing to see people so desensitized or politically loyal that they lost all sense of decency. That pukey feeling you get in the pit of your stomach when the world as you know it is about to crumble, is how I felt when our President made fun of sending our loved ones to war, when our President made fun of WMD’s. Our President knew he lied, knew he exposed a CIA agent, people were dying and our President was joking about it.

    Comment by Jack — May 2, 2006 @ 12:09 pm

    Where Jack got his quote from;

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/justin-frank/what-to-do-with-an-unreac_b_20003.html

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/justin-frank
    /what-to-do-with-an-unreac_b_20003.html

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  95. Holy crap that's precious Clif.

    That's really good stuff. And it's important too, to note how upset Bush was. His anger tells us several things.

    First and foremost it tells us Colbert's stuff is right on the money. If it weren't it would'nt hurt so much.

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  96. Wonder if they are sorry that they let Colbert use the white house to film the clip with Helen Thomas....think the chimp has calmed down or a few underlings who USED to work in the white house looking for a new job...

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  97. Bush prospered in secret, but the light is melting away his power.

    Like it was prophesied thousands of years ago in the same bible Bushy carry's to church, their sins will be shouted from the rooftops.

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  98. George Bush thinks God wanted him to be President.

    Madeleine Albright
    On the Daily Show (Fake News)
    May 3, 2006

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  99. Anyone who picks a fight with us, is picking a fight with God, which is why he [Bush] is making this [Iran] so difficult and complicated

    Madeleine Albright
    On the Daily Show (Fake News)
    May 3, 2006

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  100. Part of the problem with being so certain all the time is you never have a plan B.

    Madeleine Albright
    On the Daily Show (Fake News)
    May 3, 2006

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  101. Or in Bush's case an actual plan A that works....

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  102. LOL, ain't it the truth.

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  103. Thought, you'd like that....LOL

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  104. Clif do you think you will be back home by the 21?

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  105. did they show the look on Bush's face when Colbert ripped him, I would have paid $100 to see the look on that arrogant fools face, I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall afterward to hear what was said.

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  106. OF May probably do not know when i will be going yet, the car I am getting for my daughter is not ready yet...

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  107. yeah of may, thats when I will be in your neck of the woods.

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  108. I saw the clip of Colbert leaving the podium and he shook Colberts hand and smiled, but the few clips I saw of bush while colbert was speaking Bush didn't look happy but neither did the losers that pass for the press in DC

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  109. I could be here....let me know the exact date and I'll try to keep it in my travel plans...

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  110. Sunday may 21 I should be in your area

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  111. OK remind me, my memory is not all that it should be after Bambi bummed a ride last May

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  112. goodnight, i'm gonna ead some American theocracy then hit the hay.

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  113. Can we say a second "mission" that was not accomplished;

    Taliban Threat Is Said to Grow in Afghanistan

    TIRIN KOT, Afghanistan, April 27 — Building on a winter campaign of suicide bombings and assassinations and the knowledge that American troops are leaving, the Taliban appear to be moving their insurgency into a new phase, flooding the rural areas of southern Afghanistan with weapons and men.

    Each spring with the arrival of warmer weather, the fighting season here starts up, but the scale of the militants' presence and their sheer brazenness have alarmed Afghans and foreign officials far more than in previous years.

    "The Taliban and Al Qaeda are everywhere," a shopkeeper, Haji Saifullah, told the commander of American forces in Afghanistan, Lt. Gen. Karl Eikenberry, as the general strolled through the bazaar of this town to talk to people. "It is all right in the city, but if you go outside the city, they are everywhere, and the people have to support them. They have no choice."

    The fact that American troops are pulling out of southern Afghanistan in the coming months, and handing matters over to NATO peacekeepers, who have repeatedly stated that they are not going to fight terrorists, has given a lift to the insurgents, and increased the fears of Afghans.

    Uruzgan, the province where President Hamid Karzai first rallied support against the Taliban in the months after the Sept. 11 attacks, is now, four years later, in the thrall of the Islamic militants once more, and the provincial capital is increasingly surrounded by areas in Taliban control, local and American officials acknowledge. A recent report by a member of the United Nations mission in Afghanistan shown to The New York Times detailed similar fears.

    The new governor, Maulavi Abdul Hakim Munib, 35, who took up his position just a month ago, controls only a "bubble" around Tirin Kot, an American military officer said. The rest of the province is so thick with insurgents that all the districts are colored amber or red to indicate that on military maps in the nearby American base. Uruzgan has always been troublesome, yet the map marks a deterioration since last year, when at least one central district had been colored green, the officer said.

    "The security situation is not good," Governor Munib told General Eikenberry and a group of cabinet ministers at a meeting with tribal elders. "The number of Taliban and enemy is several times more than that of the police and Afghan National Army in this province," he said.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2006/05/03/world/asia/03afghan.html?ex=1147233600&en=58187da8088a3e5e&ei=5009&partner=MSN_NYTHOME

    Seems George pulled the military assests out of Afghanistan to go fight in Iraq, a wee bit too soon, they weren't allowed enough time to finish the job of defeating the enemy and securing the place....

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  114. Think the dead eyed dickster might be a wee bit paranoid?

    Purdum reports that Cheney travels with a chemical-biological suit at all times. When he gave his friend Robin West and his twin children a ride to the White House a couple of years ago, West commented on the fact that Cheney’s motorcade varied its daily path. “And he said, ‘Yeah, we take different routes so that “The Jackal” can’t get me,’” West tells Purdum. “And then there was this big duffel bag in the middle of the backseat, and I said, ‘What’s that? It’s not very roomy in here.’ And [Cheney] said, ‘No, because it’s a chemical-biological suit,’ and he looked at it and said, ‘Robin, there’s only one. You lose.’”

    http://www.drudgereport.com/flash6mc.htm

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  115. Texan asked Worf:
    "Tell me, is there a REAL news program that you watch with the same regularity as the pretend news on the Comedy Channel?"

    Worf had already answered in a previous post:
    "And BTW, my news day includes the BBC World News,
    Mcneil Leher News Hour,
    Hardball,
    Countdown,
    Situation Room,
    NBC Evening News,
    and CNN is on all day in the office.

    Sundays include:
    Meet the Press,
    Face the Nation
    and This Week,
    as well as Mclaughlin Group and Capital Gang.

    Once a week I watch 60 Minutes as well, not to mention reading the Post daily as well as online blogs and news sources."

    Strange, but the rest of us saw ALL of Worfs answers - why don't you?


    "Can't we all just get along?"
    Rodney King

    "Stop the insanity"
    Susan Powter

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  116. THE WORDS OF SAINT GERMAIN

    "The hour strikes in the evolution of every planet and its humanity when they must express the full peace, harmony, Perfection and the Divine Plan of the system to which they belong. When that hour strikes, humanity either moves forward and fulfills that plan, or whatever portion will not come into alignment with the new Activity removes itself to another school room of the Universe, until those personalities learn obedience to life. . .

    "Human beings are the only creator of 'hell'. They can accept and obey the Law of Life and enjoy every good thing of the 'Kingdom' or they can disobey and be broken as a reed before the storm, by their own self-generated discord. Each individual carries his own heaven or hell with him every moment, for these are but the results of mental and emotional states which the individual has created, because of his own attitude. There is no other cause for them.

    "Over the humanly generated chaos of the past, there are being poured out by the Ascended Masters and Great Cosmic Messengers, great streams of Love and harmony upon which peace depends. Mankind, having so long pulled against the Great Cosmic Current of Love which ever seeks to bless, is now being compelled to turn around and seek the Light in order to survive in the midst of its own destructive emanations of the past."

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  117. Let's not forget Canada is ripping turban in Afghanistan and has significant forces deployed there.

    "While Canada remains committed to the rebuilding of democracy in Afghanistan, there are significant risks involved in these types of operations, but the Canadian Forces remain one of the best trained, and most experienced and professional militaries in the world."

    www.forces.gc.ca

    Remember Dieppe? We were the first western nation to fight the Germans and suffered heavy casualties; kinda like a mini D-day in August of 1942 when the Germans were still very powerful.

    We lost, but we tried!

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  118. Tall Texan said...
    Sounds like you are describing the dot com bubble. Oh, I forgot, that was under Clinton, so it must have been real wealth (while he decimated our intelligence agencies, paving the way for 9/11). Are you proud of your boy. (And I never voted for a guy named "Bubba," but you sure did.)

    Were you happy with Gore, who was in charge of improving airline safety when he nixed a proposal to reinforce cockpit doors, even after evidence came to light that the 1993 WTC bombers wanted to fly a plane into the WTC. They had eight years, and all they did was trade our state secrets to the Chinese.


    Lemme see, Clinton stopped the assassination of Pope John Paul II, stopped the Milennium Bomb Plot, stopped the hijacking of seven American airliners over the Pacific that were to be crashed.....errrr, the GOP was paying attention, right, TT?...caught, prosecuted and CONVICTED the people responsible for the '93 Trade Center bombing...

    Your problem with Clinton's anti-terror program is, again? :-)

    Have a nice day, TT, and remember, history didn't start ten minutes ago, shithead.

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  119. Tall Texan said...
    Worf wrote: "What Colbert did was lay out in plain, clear language just how damn stupid you would have to be to believe the administrations lies on everything from Valerie Plame to the War in Iraq."

    What Colbert actually did was lay out in plain, clear language just how damn stupid you would have to be to believe FAKE NEWS.


    Oh really? So none of what he talked about was true? McLellan, for example, didn't quit? The President's approval ratings aren't lower than Barry Bonds'?

    Interesting take on the news, TT. Do you take Xanax or are you just naturally dormant?

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  120. Rene said "Texan asked Worf:
    "Tell me, is there a REAL news program that you watch with the same regularity as the pretend news on the Comedy Channel?"

    "Strange, but the rest of us saw ALL of Worfs answers - why don't you?"


    So I see you noticed that trait about our little green friend as well Rene, He never sees or acknowledges anyone's answer if they dont agree with him Rene, thats the sign of a troll.

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  121. Tall Texan10:25 AM

    Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, NBC Nightly News, Special Report with Brit Hume, but Mike will still think that I am troll no matter what.

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  122. Who cares what you watch dickhead?

    You sat there, out of the blue accusing me of only watching Colbert or Jon Stewart for my news, a completely unfounded, out of the blue and ridiculous LIE, that you just pulled out of your ass.

    Then, when I laid out what I do watch for you, you IGNORED my post and continued in your 2nd grade taunt about how I watch nothing but Colbert.

    You accused me of being part of the younger generation who is being failed in school, completely ignoring my age, and just lied, lied, lied.

    I could give a crap what a stumbling backwoods cowpie like you watches.

    Whatever you watch, you're still a stupid inbred hick.

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  123. Tall Texan said...
    Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, NBC Nightly News, Special Report with Brit Hume, but Mike will still think that I am troll no matter what.


    We didn't ask what you line your bird cage with, TT. We asked where you get your news from...

    Based on your ignorance, I'm guessing it's just Brit "I never met a Bush I didn't blow" Hume....

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  124. You're not just a Troll, you're a VolkSturm Troll.

    You're a throwback.

    You're the Dunce they threw in here when they saw the jig was up.

    The right wing is in the tank. The whole world see's you guys for what you are now, and NO ONE LIKES ANY OF YOU.

    So the REICH wing tosses you out there because you're their lapdog, to try and fend off the hoardes at the gates.

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  125. Mike don't think you're a troll.

    He KNOWS you're a troll.

    As do the rest of us.

    We just thought you might turn out to be a decent one, like FF or Voltaire.

    But unfortunately you're not.

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  126. Anonymous11:22 AM

    Wufuss/dufuss the anger you have bottled up is scary,I could see you or Mike with guns up on a water tower someday.Nah,forget that you guys are too pussified.

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  127. once again my little green friend you fail to see or acknowledge the point/question, see what you watch is irrelevant because that wasnt the topic being discussed , the point was you made a point of attacking what worf watches and he responded which you ignored, so I have to ask you do you have some kind of reading comprehension problem or suffer from ADDH or is it simply that your a troll and ignore any response that doesnt agree with your dirt dumb rhetoric and prepackaged talking points because you do that over and over again when someone asks you a question or to defend your position or counters one of your points.

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  128. Tall Texan11:34 AM

    "And it's important too, to note how upset Bush was. His anger tells us several things.

    "First and foremost it tells us Colbert's stuff is right on the money. If it weren't it would'nt hurt so much."

    I don't agree with your observation about Bush, but what does your anger tell you about you? Maybe it's because I'm right on the money, as you observed.

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  129. Tall Texan11:36 AM

    Worf wrote: "And it's important too, to note how upset Bush was. His anger tells us several things.

    "First and foremost it tells us Colbert's stuff is right on the money. If it weren't it would'nt hurt so much."


    I don't agree with your observation about Bush, but what does your anger tell you about you? Maybe it's because I'm right on the money, as you observed.

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  130. Anonymous11:38 AM

    Did You get booted out of the DOJ John, or does Scaife just pay better?

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  131. Lamebrain said;

    I don't agree with your observation about Bush, but what does your anger tell you about you? Maybe it's because I'm right on the money, as you observed.


    Right about WHAT???

    What do you think you're so right about?

    You didn't say ANYTHING. Other than I get all my news from Stephen Colbert which is just a fabrication you pulled out of your ass.

    So what is it Mr. ADD, that you think you're so right about? Cause you've already been proven wrong about that.

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  132. And as for my being angry?

    I told you earlier, you're not yet a man, so its hard to get angry at a child.

    What I feel for you is more along the lines of nausea.

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  133. And BTW Lamebrain.

    Why don't you pick a handle and register, so when you get excited and hit the submit button twice on your stupid posts, you can delete the duplicate.

    Or are you just so freakin hillbilly stupid that you can't even figure out how to register a handle?

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  134. Tall Texan said...


    11:34 AM


    Tall Texan said...


    11:36 AM


    And your self-parrotting says that you're too wound up in your own right to pass judgement, Mr. Log-In-His-Eye... LOL!

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  135. They do that when they get mad or excited Carl. It's a Knee-Jerk.

    You get that adrenaline pumpin and you hit that mouse button twice.

    Course, if you're too stupid to register a handle your double post is left there for everyone to see how stupid you are.

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  136. Either that or he has a nervous tick.

    I'll bet he's a stutterer.

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  137. Like that backwoods inbred idiot anonymouse, who's mother was too stupid to homeschool him.

    He can't even give himself a name he's so trailerpark stupid.

    Those two should get married or something.

    Their offspring would be stuff worthy of the Smithsonian.

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  138. Anonymous12:53 PM

    Wufuss, I'm guessing you were the guy they always stuck the "kick me" sign on in school.Come on tell us,I'm right are'nt I?

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  139. Anonymous12:54 PM

    Wufuss, you hit that "dojo" today?

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  140. Anonymous1:01 PM

    Listen to the little slug, cryin away.

    Whats the matter boy?

    Your inbred momma only taught you 2 taunts?

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  141. Anonymous1:03 PM

    Another revenge of the nerds heard from.

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  142. See shorty?

    We can all be anonymous.

    But apparently, we all don't have the cranial horsepower to be registered.

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  143. That's the problem with trailer parks.

    All those old people and before you know it, brother and sister start lookin good to each other.

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  144. And 9 short months later, out pops another anonymess.

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  145. Tall Texan1:58 PM

    Worf writes: "So the REICH wing tosses you out there because you're their lapdog, to try and fend off the hoardes at the gates."

    Like anyone would be concerned with a Web site that gets about 9 unique visitors per day.

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  146. TT said "Like anyone would be concerned with a Web site that gets about 9 unique visitors per day."

    you sure see to be concerned with distracting most of the posters with your drivel Troll texan, and I think unique is a good way to describe you, although I could think of other less flattering terms.

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  147. although a lapdog is more appropriate than unique because trolls like you are a dime a dozen, although I have to say the nice guy dumb troll act is slightly unique.

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  148. Lamebrain said;

    Like anyone would be concerned with a Web site that gets about 9 unique visitors per day.

    Well you for one sure seem to be.

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  149. Mooooooooo.....

    Remember the episode when Fred and Barney shared a cow suit to apprehend cattle thieves in Texas Rock.

    And Fred repeatedly said:

    Moo moo...ahhhh...moo moo moo!


    LOL

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  150. What about the episode when a stoned Fred only said......yes, yes, yes..

    And a stoned Barney just said ...no, no, no...



    LOL

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  151. Tall Texan5:50 PM

    Hey Worf, Isn't South Park coming in your time zone in a little while. They might break some news, so tune in.

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  152. Anonymous6:01 PM

    your a dumb as dirt Troll, Troll texan, in fact being a dumb as dirt moron is probably just about the only thing you are good at.

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  153. Anonymous6:15 PM

    Wufuss/dufuss,you really should have Mike send you some of his Prozac.Your mood swings are frightning.Are you bipolar? Or maybe bisexual.

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  154. Anonymous6:20 PM

    Now here's something interesting.Michael Savage's new book Political Zoo outsold Ted Kennedy's book this week 7,065 to 2,870.Maybe ole Teddy should write a driving manual next time.

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  155. Mike, you and Worf should be more sensitive. After all the Tall Tennessean is trying to score points here, by attacking the followers of Lydia to impress Cold-Heart Coulter, and if he succeeds, maybe she will let him blog a little on her hate-loving site.

    Didn't you guys see those "wanna be's" in grade school?

    They "wanna be" playing on the varsity squad just like the High School Varsity squad.

    Same senario applies here.

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  156. Tall Texan6:38 PM

    You can always tell when it's Spring time in Boston; Ted Kennedy is driving on the sidewalk.

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  157. Anonymous6:44 PM

    hic,hic

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  158. Anonymiss said...

    Wufuss/dufuss,you really should have Mike send you some of his Prozac.

    Ouch, that sure does hurt.

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  159. And that wufuss\dufus thing?

    Thats brilliant. What is that, baby talk?

    Man that really stings.

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  160. You must have thought real hard on that one, ay Suzy?

    You've only used it about 150 times.

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  161. I bet you're a lot of fun at parties.

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  162. Man you should see this big bald GI on Colbert tonight. He's the author of a book called, Chasing Ghosts, and he is railing on Bush.

    Hard.

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  163. He served a year in Iraq, and he says its a MESS over there, and Bush and Rumsfeld are idiots.

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  164. That Fake news is good stuff.

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  165. And we wonder why they do not like us............

    In the chaos of Iraq, one project is on target: a giant US embassy
    From Daniel McGrory in Baghdad

    THE question puzzles and enrages a city: how is it that the Americans cannot keep the electricity running in Baghdad for more than a couple of hours a day, yet still manage to build themselves the biggest embassy on Earth?

    Irritation grows as residents deprived of air-conditioning and running water three years after the US-led invasion watch the massive US Embassy they call “George W’s palace” rising from the banks of the Tigris.

    In the pavement cafés, people moan that the structure is bigger than anything Saddam Hussein built. They are not impressed by the architects’ claims that the diplomatic outpost will be visible from space and cover an area that is larger than the Vatican city and big enough to accommodate four Millennium Domes. They are more interested in knowing whether the US State Department paid for the prime real estate or simply took it.

    While families in the capital suffer electricity cuts, queue all day to fuel their cars and wait for water pipes to be connected, the US mission due to open in June next year will have its own power and water plants to cater for a population the size of a small town.

    Officially, the design of the compound is supposed to be a secret, but you cannot hide the giant construction cranes and the concrete contours of the 21 buildings that are taking shape. Looming over the skyline, the embassy has the distinction of being the only big US building project in Iraq that is on time and within budget.

    In a week when Washington revealed a startling list of missed deadlines and overspending on building projects, Congress was told that the bill for the embassy was $592 million (£312 million).

    The heavily guarded 42-hectare (104-acre) site — which will have a 15ft thick perimeter wall — has hundreds of workers swarming on scaffolding. Local residents are bitter that the Kuwaiti contractor has employed only foreign staff and is busing them in from a temporary camp nearby.

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,7374-2162249,00.html

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  166. And they said there were no good news stories from Iraq.... we can fix much for the country but America's largest embassy is on time, and will be the envy of all of baghdad...oops that might even make them madder right?

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  167. Anonymous8:43 AM

    Just think we're only one month away from the launch of Ann Coulter's new best seller.I dont know about you people but I'm having trouble sleeping due to the anticipation.I'm more than willing to send copies to Clif,Wufuss and Mike,perhaps reading the book will expand their views past the ends of their noses.

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  168. Reuters Updated: 12:35 p.m. ET May 4, 2006
    MOSCOW - The Kremlin on Thursday rejected as “completely incomprehensible” remarks by U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney that Russia was backsliding on democracy and using its vast energy supplies to bully its neighbors.

    “The speech of Mr. Cheney in our opinion is full of a subjective evaluation of us and of the processes that are going on in Russia. The remarks ... are completely incomprehensible for us,” said Kremlin deputy spokesman Dmitry Peskov.

    Renewed criticism
    But Cheney’s harsh remarks could further antagonize Russia, which holds a veto in the U.N. Security Council where Washington intends to push for a resolution demanding that Iran curb its nuclear ambitions. Russia opposes any sanctions.

    “No legitimate interest is served when oil and gas become tools of intimidation or blackmail, either by supply manipulation or attempts to monopolize transportation,” he said.

    Moscow, for its part, suspects the U.S. policy of promoting global democracy is really an instrument to establish itself as the dominant power in the post-Soviet states.

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  169. Cheney said "“No legitimate interest is served when oil and gas become tools of intimidation or blackmail"

    someone should introduce Mr Cheney to mr kettle or mr pot, because if he practiced what he preached may be we could have avoided 100,000s of deaths in Iraq and countless deaths in Iran could be avoided in the future. too bad old Dead Eye Dick doesnt belive what he's selling, because

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  170. Tall Texan10:49 AM

    May 04, 2006, 9:02 a.m.

    The Birth of the Boom

    We can source the current prosperity to around April 2003 -- a date congressional Republicans would be well-served to remember in 2006.

    By Donald Luskin


    There can be no doubt that the American economy is in the midst of a strong economic expansion. Growth of gross domestic product is booming, inflation and unemployment are low, household net worth and disposable income are at all-time highs, and more Americans own their own home than ever before.


    For all that, it’s no mystery why 30 percent of Americans, according to recent polls, think we’re in an economic recession. That’s any easy one. They’re all Democrats. A much more interesting question is: What started today’s economic expansion in the first place? If we knew the answer to that question, we’d know what to do to create economic growth — and what not to do — so that today’s strong growth won’t be derailed.


    The best way to find out what caused today’s prosperity is to go back to when that prosperity began and take a hard look at those circumstances.


    According to the National Bureau of Economic Research, the official end of the last recession — and the origin of the current expansion — was November 2001. It’s true that since November 2001 lots of economic indicators have markedly improved. Real GDP has grown by 14.8 percent. The unemployment rate has fallen from 5.5 percent to 4.7 percent, as 4.1 million new payroll jobs having been created. The S&P 500 is up 24 percent and corporate earnings are up 67 percent. Manufacturers’ new orders are up 31 percent, and private sector non-residential fixed investment is up 33 percent. Federal income-tax receipts are up 12 percent.


    Those are big numbers. But what catalyst triggered their birth in November 2001?


    All I can think of is what happened the prior month — the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Terrorism causes prosperity? How’s that for an economic theory?


    That might not be as far-fetched as it sounds. Many economists believe that wars can trigger economic booms, so why should the war on terrorism be any different?


    But I have a better theory. It depends on using a different date for the end of the recession and the beginning of the expansion. Let’s see what happens if we use April 2003. I’m going to throw a lot of numbers at you here, but try to follow along. It’s going to be worth it.


    In the 17 months from November 2001 (NBER’s official recession end-date) to April 2003 (my proposed recession end-date), real GDP grew 3.2 percent. But in the 36 months from April 2003 to now, real GDP has grown much more: 11.3 percent.


    From November 2001 to April 2003 the unemployment rate actually went up — from 5.5 percent to 6 percent. And 1 million payroll jobs were destroyed. Talk about a jobless recovery! But from April 2003 to now, the unemployment rate has fallen to 4.7 percent and 5.1 million payroll jobs have been created.


    From November 2001 to April 2003 the S&P 500 fell 18 percent. Some bull market! But from April 2003 to now, it is up 51percent. Now that’s a bull market.


    From November 2001 to April 2003 corporate earnings grew a paltry 7 percent. But from April 2003 to present they’ve grown a stunning 56 percent, and are now at all-time highs.


    From November 2001 to April 2003 manufacturers’ new orders fell 5 percent and private sector non-residential fixed investment fell 1 percent. Not exactly a big vote of confidence in growth. But from April 2003 to now, new orders have swelled 38 percent and fixed investment has surged 35 percent.


    From November 2001 to April 2003 federal income tax receipts fell 11 percent, contributing to record government budget deficits. But from April 2003 to present, tax receipts have exploded by 26 percent, and now stand at all-time highs. In fact, it was reported this week that tax money is pouring into the Treasury at such a torrid pace that our government now holds a record $94 billion in excess cash.


    Sure, economists at the NBER can trot out their own numbers and make November 2001 look like the turning point. But I’m not buying it. Today’s booming economy was born just after April 2003. The numbers that really count — the ones I’ve listed above — prove that beyond the shadow of a doubt.


    So what caused it? What happened in the world just after April 2003 that triggered so much prosperity?


    Haven’t you guessed? It was the 2003 tax cuts on personal income, dividends, and capital gains. They were enacted into law in May 2003. The rest is history. Very prosperous history.


    It’s really so simple. Tell people they will get to keep more of the fruits of their labors and the fruits of their investments, and they will labor more and invest more. The economy will grow.


    It will grow despite the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. It will grow despite the ever-present threat of strike suits from the plaintiff's bar — or from the Inquisitor General of the State of New York. It will grow despite how the Patriot Act makes it harder to move money and assets across national borders. It will grow despite threats of protectionism. It will grow.


    So there’s no mystery about how to create prosperity. The only mystery is why the Republican majority in Congress hasn’t been able to extend the tax cuts on dividends and capital gains for another two years so that they will not automatically expire after 2008. A bill to do just that was supposed to be enacted last year, but is still mired in petty personal feuding between Senate Finance Committee chair Chuck Grassley and House Ways and Means Committee chair Bill Thomas.


    In a risky election year, the Republican party should be taking well-earned credit for our prosperity — pointing to those tax cuts as the crown jewel of their economic-policy legacy. But if those tax cuts cannot be extended while the Republicans control Congress, then the GOP will be responsible for bringing our prosperity to an end. If that happens, the Republican majority will deserve to lose — and lose big — this November.



    — Donald Luskin is chief investment officer of Trend Macrolytics LLC, an independent economics and investment-research firm. He welcomes your visit to his blog and your comments at mailto:%20don@trendmacro.com.


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  171. Anonymous11:21 AM

    TT, of course the tax cuts spured the present economic groth,thats why its so important they be made permanent.The left continually cries and moans about tax cuts for the "rich" but they never give a dollar amount of what rich is.Is rich $75,000 a year or is it 750,000? The more money the top 20% of earners have the more robust the ecomomy will be,they are the job creators.

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  172. I would say rich is over $200,000 a year, and your "The more money the top 20% of earners have the more robust the ecomomy will be,they are the job creators." coment is laughable as unequal distribution of wealth and high debt levels are the two factors most indicative of a depression or severe recession, your trickle down theory is utter BS as is your statement that inflation is low most of the GDP growth is phony due to inflation. you guys are two of the stupidest guys I know, if the economy is so good tell me why gold is $670 genius. its because people KNOW the government is dishonest and their inflation and GDP stats are bogus.

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  173. Anonymiss and Small Texan



    Dumb and dumber.

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  174. perfect analogy, they even made a movie about 2 idiots just like you guys.

    BTW Worf was exactly Right it was a War Boom, see your boys mortgaged this countries future with their tax and interest rate cuts as well as the stimulative war spending, see the economy is more distorted now than it was 6 years ago debt levels are MUCH higher and people cant spend when they are in debt, factor in rising interest rates and rising energy prices and people have even less to spend, you'd have to be a complete idiot to think the economy is great right now, or a dirt dum repug with more money than brains.

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  175. Anonyfool said "The more money the top 20% of earners have the more robust the ecomomy will be"

    No the more money EVERYONE has the more robust the economy will be, dumbo.

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  176. When the war ends there will be a lull in the economy, unless of course we start another one.

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  177. Tall Texan11:57 AM

    You two pessimists wouldn't know good news if it came out of the toilet and bit you.

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  178. Tall Texan said...

    You two pessimists wouldn't know good news if it came out of the toilet and bit you


    Well you certainly would be the expert on that.

    Things coming out of toilets that is.

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  179. Tall Texan12:13 PM

    What makes you and Mike smarter that Donald Luskin?

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  180. Anonymous12:15 PM

    It's obvious these two mooks are from the "lets redistribute the wealth" bunch.My guess neither one has the ambition to go out and make a few bucks but would be more than willing to stand in line for a government handout.

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  181. I guess Worf would get his financial news from the Flintstones, while I get it from acknowledged financial professionals.

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  182. Anonymous12:17 PM

    These two idiots cannot accept nor can they admit any good news while conservatives hold power.I really feel a bit sad for them.

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  183. Anonymous12:22 PM

    Its amazing,if Colbert or Stewart wnet on and said "the sky is falling" Clif,Wufuss and Mike would be writing back and forth.... this is huge,the sky is falling,its Bush's fault,he's gonna get impeached now,this is huge.

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  184. Anonymous12:24 PM

    These are two of the 150 people that watch Keith Oberman.

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  185. Anonymous12:31 PM

    Anonymiss said;

    My guess neither one has the ambition to go out and make a few bucks but would be more than willing to stand in line for a government handout.

    LOL. Oh, that hurts so bad.

    I guess I will have to close my corporations doors, fire my employees, sell my private ranch, all my cars, toys and tractors, and go stand in a food line with anonymiss and his family so he can feel vindicated, LOL.

    Stop anonymissy, you're killin me.

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  186. BTW, that was me.

    Forgot to login.

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  187. But hey anonymissy, I wouldn't try gambling for a living.

    Your intuition is obviously as lacking as your intelligence.

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  188. Anonymous12:34 PM

    All that,plus the fantasy dojo.

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  189. Anonymissy said...

    These two idiots cannot accept nor can they admit any good news while conservatives hold power.I really feel a bit sad for them.


    LOL. Gee. I'm touched.

    The little sissypants buttsucker feels sad for someone.

    How touching.

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  190. Anonymous12:37 PM

    Poor guy,your whole life is a fantasy,just like that dojo crap.Never been any where and not going and angry at everything because of it.

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  191. Gee Mike. I guess my business doesn't exist because anonymissy says so.

    Cool.

    Now we don't have to pay our corporate taxes this year.

    Thanks anonymissy.

    Your the smartest little girl I know.

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  192. Does this mean I don't have to pay my employees too?

    Outstanding.

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  193. Anonymous12:42 PM

    See what I mean wufuss,you always revert to name calling,its that pissed off at the world thing.Its a bit immature.

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  194. Anonymous12:42 PM

    Do these employees work at the dojo?

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  195. Aww,,,,wutsa matta?

    Little sissy had his feeling hurt?

    I know you're mother was illiterate, but didn't she teach you that sticks and stones would break your bones, but names will never hurt you?

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  196. It was probably hard to understand her with all her front teeth missing and half a pack of Pall Malls stuck in her mouth, huh?

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