Thursday, June 29, 2006

ANN COULTER'S LAST WILL AND TESTICLE

"Those who want the government to regulate matters of the mind and spirit are like men who are so afraid of being murdered that they commit suicide to avoid assassination." - Harry S Truman



Okay, I changed this a little from my published version ("BUSH'S LAST WILL AND TESTICLE" in Macon Daily and Lone Star Icon)

Ann Coulter's Last Will and Testicle: With a "god" like Coulter's, who needs a devil?
by Lydia Cornell

Maybe we're all on PUNKED or Candid Camera or this is just a great big reality show called "The Government". Like "The Truman Show", the producers are just seeing how far they can go until we figure out it's a big joke! Wouldn't it be fitting to find out Ann Coulter is just an actor-clown they hired to make us go crazy? And the Blue team is going crazier than the Red team because we think it's real. I just wish Donald Trump would hurry up and say "Coulter, you're fired!"

Coulter keeps wondering why we're not offended that she calls us "godless" in her new book. With a "god" like Ann Coulter's, who needs a devil? Who would want Ann Coulter's brand, when it is the opposite of God? We can't even be offended by her perverse book title calling more than half of all Americans godless. Just to "play with liberals heads", she chose the Number of the Beast 6/6/06 as her release date. Actually Ms. Coulter, all this does is tell us something about YOU!

Silence is complicity, so I'm going to alternate speaking directly to you Ms. Coulter and to the reader. Putting aside your comments about the 911 widows, please explain to me how you justify hate-speak, death-threats against Democrats, and torture on Arabs... (does dropping "daisy cutters" throughout the mideast and engaging in "torture as spectator sport" ring a bell? You wrote this in your column not long ago.) Do you wonder why our own troops have suffered torture recently? Could it be payback for our relaxed attitude about the Geneva Convention?

In 2005 Coulter said: "I'm getting a little fed up with hearing about, oh, civilian casualties. I think we ought to nuke North Korea right now just to give the rest of the world a warning. Boom! I just think it would be fun to nuke them…” Seriously, I think the rest of the countries in the Middle East, after Afghanistan and Iraq, they're pretty much George Bush's bitch." Interview: 1/2/05

In light of the above statement, it is interesting to note that Coulter spoke at a moral reformation conference three months later, on 4/16/05 at The Center for Moral Clarity. Coulter remains a conservative icon and pro-life leader.

Just for the record, your obsession with Bill Clinton has got to stop; it's pathological. Your party's irresponsible Ken Starr-led witch-hunt/persecution/media blitz to expose the affair of Clinton and Lewinsky, two consenting adults, was in itself immoral and damaging to kids. In painstaking detail you paraded these blow-by-blowjob horrors for the press, not caring what effect it had on childhood innocence. And yes, we were all rightly appalled by President Clinton's behavior. But where was the right-wing morality brigade in keeping this porn out of the mainstream news for our children's sake? I still hear Republican mothers talk about how shameful Clinton was, yet they never see how the media salivated and profited at the sex appeal of it all. These same mothers never castigate your favorite president, Bush, for moral corruption on a life-threatening scale.

While your "Christian" supporters like Ralph Reed scour the cartoon channel for sexual immorality, seeing gays in square pants, how do I explain to my kids this pervasive news coverage of children being blown to bits because WE played the bully; we invaded a country that was pretty much under the world's watchful control? How do I explain your "Christian" morality of killing, invading and turning a blind eye to torture and corruption? Last week a little 3-year-old Iraqi girl died after the 3rd bomb hit her tiny apartment; the only piece her brother's found was her hand clutching her teddy bear.

Ms. Coulter, my children have lost their innocence partly because of you. I have to explain to my kids what good morals are: the opposite of yours and of our president, the leader of the greatest nation on earth. I would rather my sons have an appetite for love, not war. People who have morals do not use hate-speak and elimination rhetoric. You have destroyed the very definition of moral values. You say you're "pro-life" but that seems to only apply to the unborn. You promote war and condone the death penalty quite casually, yet think fetal cells in a Petri dish are too sacred to be used for stem cell research in order to save lives! This seems perversely immoral to the vast silent majority of Conservatives, Progressives and Christians who are not fundamentalists.

George Bush is Ann Coulter's favorite president. She says the war in Iraq is going "stunningly well," and defends Bush to the death. She forgets that he sat in a Katrina briefing playing his Nintendo Gameboy under the table, as detailed evidence was being shown to him of a catastrophic hurricane and levee breach on its way to the Gulf. Coulter doesn't mind that he had the nerve to later say: "I never knew the storms were gonna be that bad! I never knew the levees were gonna be breached till I saw it on TV four days later!"

Tell me we're not inside a Simpson's episode!? Little Dubya probably got out of a lot of spankings as a kid with his cute little "aw shucks" grin. Right now our president is probably asking Rove when he gets to go to the playroom and have his ice cream cone.

You condone illegal spying on Americans, yet you don't admonish Bush for his high crimes and misdemeanors. Not too long ago, he was willing to sell our ports to the very people he was afraid we were talking to on the phone! My jaw dropped open the day he said something like, "Heck other countries get to own parts of America, why not the United Arab Emirates, who've been our allies on the war on terror? Just because they harbored some 911 terrorists and cooked their books for them, and don't keep any paperwork and go on hunting trips with Osama and support the Taliban - is no reason for bigotry. We don't want them to think it's because they're Muslim. " But Mr. Bush, wasn't it only a short time ago that you said something like: "Any nation that does business with terrorists, or harbors terrorists, is a terrorist...” I guess you only meant that about your fellow Americans: Democrats or liberals - since Ann Coulter, Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, Michael Savage and talk-radio constantly bash liberals as being traitors! Why are we traitors? Because we value life so much we are horrified by death and killing in this illegal war? Because we are pro-LIFE in the best sense of the word: we want our troops home alive? And this offends you?

Our troops are fighting for our freedoms; is this so we can be wiretapped so we can have no freedoms? Or are they fighting for our president to be able to break the law and sell our ports to a nation that funds terrorists? Does the UAE get to be wiretapped too? Or just American moms and dads who might be wearing 'Peace' signs on their t-shirts. And by the way, does FOX News fall under Freedom of the Press?

I have to admit I'm a little more carefree these days, a little less paranoid that my phones are tapped or I might be taken away in the dead of night for e-mailing jokes about Ann Coulter. In researching my book about Stalin, what horrified me the most were the pedestrian things that are now seeping into America: a woman, sitting in her communal kitchen in Stalinist Russia, said something about the Mediterranean Sea being as beautiful as Russia's Black Sea. A roommate overheard her, and reported this comment as being "unpatriotic." That night, a white "bread truck" came by and took the woman away; she was never heard from again. I also read about a young mother accidentally putting her coffee cup down on a newspaper photo of Stalin's face. Someone watching in the cafe, reported this as "defaming our great leader." A white "bread truck" took her away to a prison camp in Siberia. She left 3 young children behind. After I heard about James Moore, the author of "Bush's Brain" suddenly being on the "No -Fly list", banned from flying outside of America, and unable to get through the red tape to understand why, that's when I began to wonder what kind of country we are living in. I have a theory about when this all started, but that will take more space than I have here.

Uh-oh, spoke too soon; strange things are happening. This just in: Last night, March 15 at about 8 p.m., no joke, a white “bread truck” was parked outside our house. It didn't mean anything to me, until my little boy came running to the back of the house screaming, “There's a big man in our front yard looking through our junk mail-box, he came in the gate and he's wearing a knit cap.” I ran to the front door and peeked out. I saw a dark figure move through the lawn. I waited until I thought it was safe, and then opened the front door. Suddenly across the street, I saw this white van. A man wearing a knit cap was sitting in the driver's side, lights on, reading something. I immediately felt this person was reading addresses off my mail, maybe to see if I lived there. My son and I sneaked out the back door, and headed over to the van, but the van took off. Who knows? Maybe I'm just being paranoid. Again. But in light of the fact that Ann Coulter STILL has my home number on her website, it's not too far fetched to have a wingnut stalking me. After hearing Ruth Bader Ginzburg talk about the right-wing death threats she and Sandra Day O'Connor received, I have one question: WHY ARE RIGHT-WINGERS THE ONLY ONES WHO WANT PEOPLE KILLED FOR THEIR THOUGHTS? You never hear about Left-wingers threatening people's lives whose ideologies they disagree with.

After 911, we had the whole world on the brink of love. Everyone's heart was open. Most Muslims were shedding tears for us. At that moment, our leader had a choice: Love or Fear.

Worfeus, a commenter on this blog said: "Vladimir Putin actually CALLED Bush on the phone that morning and not only offered condolences, but offered to do whatever he could to help. He even assured him that even though Protocol required he raise the Russian Defense Condition in proportion to ours, he understood WHY we were raising ours and assured Mr. Bush that Russia would stand down. It was an EPIC moment in history, that one single phone call. Mr. Bush called it "nice of him".

"And I think if the Taliban were part of the planning body of 911, then we should have invaded Afghanistan after 9/11, it seemed like the right thing to do. But the idea that they were hiding Bin Laden doesn't wash with me," Worfeus says. "If getting Bin Laden was the goal, WHY on earth did we BROADCAST for 2 months Exactly WHEN and WHERE we were coming, and WHAT we'd do when we got there? That's like calling up criminals and telling them you're coming over to arrest them later in the week. What idiot would possibly think they'd still be there when they got there?"

I went through agony when I lost my younger brother; I cannot fathom my mother's grief and heartache, having lost her only son. Her eyes well up with tears every time she hears my husband's name, Paul, which was my brother's name. It is too much to bear when I think of parents losing sons & daughters needlessly in Iraq. This is a war that was "sold" to us and shoved down our throats by a certifiable lunatic. George Bush has caused nothing but chaos, poverty, death, bankruptcy, bad global relations, division, hatred and sadness in the world. "By their fruits you shall know them."

Bush based his "evidence" for going to war in Iraq on LIES that Cheney and Scooter Libby had to cover up. He took money from corrupt lobbyists, grinned and lied about it, and he's still not helping the people of New Orleans! Guess why? Apparently certain "companies" don't want the people to come back; that's why the trailers are sitting empty, undelivered. These companies are waiting like vultures to clear the land for profitable building developments. A side benefit is that all these scattered homeless souls cannot register to vote, nor can they obtain absentee ballots. The longer the delay in rebuilding New Orleans, the better for the Corruption party.

Also, Bush's own mother said he shouldn't soil his mind with visions of poverty and ugliness. Weren't these the same parents who went to play golf the day their baby daughter died, Dubya's baby sister, who died crib death? So Bush can't deal with death or grieving. Well he should have had some therapy before going to the White House. In fact, someone better be writing legislation to ensure that the next leader of the Free World has a brain scan to rule out mental disorders.

I'll never forget when you first said you would go to the ends of the earth to find Osama, then you turned around and acted like we were all crazy for asking if you'd caught him yet! You said, "Osama? I don't spend that much time (thinkin') about him.

Maybe the reason you are so eager to hand over our ports (aside from war-profiteering motives, the Carlyle Group, James Baker, et al) — maybe you're finally getting the concept of "loving your enemies" and you're just ready for a group hug. But I must say your timing is strange. They say we are only as "sick as our secrets", but why pick NOW to release your inner child? Couldn't you have tried to become evolved BEFORE you declared war? If only you had a 12-step program. This is the fastest route to actual character change. It helps to look at YOUR part in a conflict, take some responsibility, and take a "moral inventory of your character defects".

Mr. Bush, why did you have to invade a foreign land? Was there really imminent danger to America from Saddam, even though the whole world was hovering over him, watching him? Weren't there more brainy, imaginative ways of gaining allies in the underground - attracting people to our light, who would gladly usurp Saddam from within? Even if it had taken a few more years of clever spy-work, wouldn't it have been creatively challenging and fun - to work out diplomatic solutions to grotesque problems? Christ waited over 2,000 years for someone to finally put his teachings to use. And when biggest challenge comes along, our "Christian" leader disses Christ! You don't even give his method a half-hearted try. Wouldn't it have been worth saving lives and winning hearts to the cause of true Democracy and true Christianity? And after all the Mission Impossible spy movies you've seen, couldn't you figure out a more clever way than carpet-bombing?

Did you do it to show off your heavy metal machinery, your SHOCK and AWE capabilities so the "enemy" (or anybody who doesn't agree with you) would be scared off? Mr. Bush, you have single-handedly robbed the world of its hope and innocence. To say nothing of the mockery you have made of true Christianity: the most peaceful force that ever came to man. You have rearranged the fragile building blocks of this planet with your Neanderthal eye-for-an-eye fraudulent, militant "Christianity". Maybe you don't realize the word Christ is in the word Christianity because the vowel sounds are different. But eye-for-an-eye is the OLD TESTAMENT! Christ came with the new law: LOVE YOUR ENEMIES, BLESS THOSE WHO PERSECUTE YOU. RESIST NOT EVIL. This means, “Do not fight or resist evil; do not fight anyone or anything, it doesn't work. Most evolved people know this. Schools teach that you deal with bullies on the playground by not engaging them in battle, by walking away, not hitting them back.

There's a saying: If you're in the jungle and a jaguar is chasing you, get out of his way because he's going to eat you. It's nothing personal; it's just the nature of the beast. So go back to your house and stay out of his way. Muslim fundamentalists would not be killing us if we would get our footprints off their oil, mind our own business, and pray for them. They do not seem to know the God of love, but since love is all there is, evil has no real power, no matter how much you physicalize it by focusing on it. In other words, what you focus on GROWS! It also wouldn't hurt to protect our borders and make our country as invincible as Israel is. My girlfriend says she feels safer in Israel than here.

You are a barbarian Mr. Bush, hiding behind a kind of idiocy. And I know that's very judgmental of me to say that, but Christ called the Pharisees a "brood of vipers." And "evil triumphs when good people do nothing,” as Edmund Burke said (and we keep hearing over and over and over these days.)

Fortunately I believe in a power greater than ourselves and I know we're going to be all right. God did not give us a spirit of fear.

Einstein did say "goodness, truth and beauty are laws in the universe" as is harmony. Play the piano and you'll hear it. Kiss your child and you'll feel it. Go outside and breathe in the sunshine while playing with an amazingly beautiful striped animal or a butterfly. Bring coffee to someone who thinks you hate them.

Why do people keep arguing about God when God is simply love? Who can argue with human kindness? Asking to prove God is like asking to prove you love your kids. Love is actually the energy of our focused attention on Good, which I define as God. You can be attractive even if you're not "good looking" because if you radiate love, you attract people. This energy is molecular. Einstein's Unified Field therefore is love, which is God. Science proves God; the two are not mutually exclusive.

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copyright Lydia cornell
(with Warren Beatty at Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey fundraiser)

1,165 comments:

  1. Lydia geat post, i'm sure we will have plenty of heated discussion about Coulter in this thread, but since you also posted about the Geneva Convention, i'm going to repost the article I posted in the previous blog abouit the Supreme Court taking a stand on this issue.

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  2. Justices say Bush went too far at Guantanamo
    5-3 ruling says military trials would violate U.S. law, Geneva conventions

    AP Updated: 49 minutes ago
    WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that President Bush overstepped his authority in ordering military war crimes trials for Guantanamo Bay detainees.

    The ruling, a rebuke to the administration and its aggressive anti-terror policies, was written by Justice John Paul Stevens, who said the proposed trials were illegal under U.S. law and international Geneva conventions.

    Two years ago, the court rejected Bush’s claim to have the authority to seize and detain terrorism suspects and indefinitely deny them access to courts or lawyers. In this follow-up case, the justices focused solely on the issue of trials for some of the men.

    Moderate joins liberals
    The vote was split 5-3, with moderate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy joining the court’s liberal members in ruling against the Bush administration. Chief Justice John Roberts, named to the lead the court last September by Bush, was sidelined in the case because as an appeals court judge he had backed the government over Hamdan.

    Thursday’s ruling, handed down on the last day of the court’s 2005-06 term, overturned that decision.

    Two years ago, the court rejected Bush’s claim to have the authority to seize and detain terrorism suspects and indefinitely deny them access to courts or lawyers. In this follow-up case, the justices focused solely on the issue of trials for some of the men.

    Moderate joins liberals
    The vote was split 5-3, with moderate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy joining the court’s liberal members in ruling against the Bush administration. Chief Justice John Roberts, named to the lead the court last September by Bush, was sidelined in the case because as an appeals court judge he had backed the government over Hamdan.

    Thursday’s ruling, handed down on the last day of the court’s 2005-06 term, overturned that decision.

    In his own opinion siding with the majority, Justice Stephen Breyer said that “Congress has not issued the executive a ’blank check.”’

    “Trial by military commission raises separation-of-powers concerns of the highest order,” Kennedy wrote in his opinion.

    9:27 AM

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  3. Anonymous10:22 AM

    GREAT ARTICLE!! You should run for congress.
    Max

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  4. Another bad day for the right wing Trolls.

    While Tony Snow is telling the country that this ruling "is complicated and too long to summarize", allow me Mr Snow.


    From the Ruling;

    The Court’s conclusion ultimately rests upon a single ground: Congresshas not issued the Executive a “blank check.”

    Study that one for a while Snow, as you're obviously too stupid to read the whole thing.

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  5. Tall Texan10:27 AM

    Lydia, nice reception pix. Thanks for posting them.

    Question for you, Lyd: as a Christian, which is worse, pornography or abortion?

    Also, as a Christian, do you consider the taking of an unborn human life to be a sin?

    If abortion is not a sin, why not? Is it because Liberals think that they have a right to abortions because it is a right that derives from the right to privacy?

    If you think that abortion is a derivative right of the right to privacy, do you think the right to privacy extends to taking crack cocaine and heroin? After all, according to Liberal theology, women (and people) should be able to do whatever they want with their bodies, right? Especially in the privacy of their own homes, right? So you think that it's ok to take cocaine and heroin in the privacy of your own home, right, because it derives from the same right of privacy that you say gives you the right to have an abortion, right?

    Which is worse, Lydia, the spreading of fundamental human rights and democracy to 50 million people in Afganistan and Iraq, or the murder of 50 million innocent babies through abortion (in the United States alone) since the Roe v. Wade decision?

    Thanks.
    TT

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  6. The qoute so nice I'll print it twice.


    From the US Supreme Court.

    The Court’s conclusion ultimately rests upon a single ground:

    Congress has NOT issued the Executive a “blank check.”


    Ahhh...

    What a nice ring that has to it.

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  7. This ruling today just opened the door to prosecute this murdering son of a bitch, Bush, and his cabinet on war crimes trials.

    In the words of Charles Mclaughlin, bye bye.

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  8. Tall Texan10:30 AM

    Lydia, did you recycle part of your latest blog entree with the referneces to the bread truck, etc.?

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  9. Small Texan said;

    Question for you, Lyd: as a Christian, which is worse, pornography or abortion?

    Also, as a Christian, do you consider the taking of an unborn human life to be a sin?


    Gee.

    Imagine that.

    Twit Texan wants to talk about Pornography and Abortion, on a day a landmark decision by the US Supreme Court, in a FIVE to THREE ruling came out, opposing the Presidents ominpotent power, and a decision that is most likely open investigations into war crimes.

    Imagine that.

    Abortion and Pornography.

    Now theres a real national crisis.

    And you twits wonder why you can't win the war on terror. Can't win it if you're off worrying about silly bullshit.

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  10. Tall Texan10:34 AM

    Mike & Worf (the happy couple), glad to know that you support a bill of rights for al-Qaeda.

    This is good for Bush because Democrats will now have to vote on whether or not to support the president on his war on terror. This is another fight that Rove wants.

    You see, all these votes will come back to haunt certain members of Congress in November.

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  11. Here.

    Lets listen to the US Supreme Court "chastize" the Bush administration some more.

    From the ruling;

    Where, as here, no emergency prevents consultation with Congress, judicial insistence upon that consultation does not weaken our Nation’s ability to deal with danger.

    To the contrary, that insistence strengthens the Nation’sability to determine—through democratic means—how best to do so.

    The Constitution places its faith in thosedemocratic means.

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  12. Tall Texan10:36 AM

    Lydia, do you agree with Worf that the issues of abortion and pornography constitute "silly bullshit," as Worf just suggested?

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  13. See the tide is turning, America believes the Bush Administration has gone TOO FAR and is overstepping its bounds with its powermad omnipotent megalomaniac policies and the other branches of government are finally starting to wake up as are the American public and reign in the spoiled brat executive branch before its too late.

    See America is about freedom, not about torture or murder or transforming itself into a police state and giving up those very freedoms that make us special to as the Bush Administration Claim "keep us safe"

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  14. Tall Texan said..
    Mike & Worf (the happy couple), glad to know that you support a bill of rights for al-Qaeda.


    A. Not everyone you imprison is Al Qauida penishead.

    B. Its the UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT, the court you tried to stack in your favor, that shot your boy down.

    Eat pavement biotch.

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  15. Bush claims "the terrorists hate us for our freedom" yet he is willing to give up those very freedoms that make us special and sacrifice our Constitutional rights and freedoms to as he claims "keep us safe"

    If we sacrifice everything that makes our country great and special for safety, then the terrorists have won.............is Bush admiting defeat?????????I mean sacrificing everything our Founding Father's fought for doesnt sound patriotic, it sounds treasonous and cowardly to me!

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  16. You know it Mike.

    This ruling today, goes out of its way to "reprimand" the President, and "explain" to him that he does not have ultimate power, demonstrating unequivocably that he has acted for the last 5 years as if he did.

    It also opens the door to prosecute his ass.

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  17. I'll BET Twit Texan wants our discussion to be on Abortion, LMFAO.

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  18. Tt said "Lydia, did you recycle part of your latest blog entree with the referneces to the bread truck, etc.?"

    Yeah kind of like you recycled your latest post playing 20 questions with Lydia were you attempt to infer and make her positio for her......yeah kind of like that Troll Tex.

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  19. Tall Texan10:41 AM

    Lydia, I hate to break it to you, but if there was ever a day when America lost its innocense, it was on Sept 11, 2001, not Bush's actions thereafter.

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  20. No TT I support International law, namely the Geneva Convention as well as Due Process that makes us superior to animals, terrorists, war criminals etc TT.......apparently you do not though.

    everything that makes our country great, from our democracy to our freedoms to our due process and our International laws and treaty's like the Geneva Convention you and your kind is out to destroy.

    You guys are quick to show your outrage when our soldiers are tortured or murdered yet you gleefully support inhumane torture factories like Gitmo and Abu ghraib that defy the Geneva Convention, if we have no problem mistreating them, why should they have a problem mistreating our soldiers TT??????

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  21. This was a victory for America, democracy, and humanity everywhere.

    This ruling by the court turns around our road to becoming the new Nazi Germany, and will help steer America back towards being the great country it is.

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  22. Troll Tex said"Mike, glad to know that you support a bill of rights for al-Qaeda."

    I love how you attempt to make my arguments "for me" troll tex and twist them into the absurd, you show me where I said I support a bill of rights for al-Qaeda, supporting the Geneva Convention is far differnent than as you say supporting a bill of rights for al-Qaeda, but please continue with your weak and foolish arguments Troll Tex, i'm having fun making you guys look like the incompetent bunch of fools that you are.

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  23. Tall Texan said...
    Lydia, I hate to break it to you, but if there was ever a day when America lost its innocense, it was on Sept 11, 2001, not Bush's actions thereafter.

    Lydia's not here.

    Why are you talking to here?

    I'm here.

    Mikes here.

    We're happy to laugh at your stupid remarks. Address them to us.

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  24. Hey let him call it what he wants.

    Because the hard cold truth is, THE US SUPREME COURT SUPPORTS IT TOO.

    So whatever this dimwit wants to call it is moot.

    The ruling stands and their boy bush is now in trouble.

    This ruling is going to open the door for all sorts of investigations and prosecutions. It could even lead to his removal from office.

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  25. American did not loose any innocence on 911 dumbass.

    The terrorists did.


    We were innocent on that day.

    Bush on the other hand, becoming as evil as any terrorist, and you goosestepping mooks following him, did remove our innocence.

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  26. Tall Texans10:47 AM

    Lydia writes: "Ms. Coulter, my children have lost their innocence partly because of you."

    Please. That doesn't even pass the laugh test. If your kids even read Ann Coulter at their age, it's because of you. Please don't become a drama queen on us.

    Besides, I thought you said they lost their innocense because of Bush. Make up your mind.

    Now, while Mike just jumped all over Johnny for invoking his daughter, let's see him go after Lydia with the same intensity for invoking her son. Liberals. Can't keep one consistent thought in their brains.

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  27. Tt said Lydia, I hate to break it to you, but if there was ever a day when America lost its innocense, it was on Sept 11, 2001, not Bush's actions thereafter."

    stop using 9/11 as a shield Tt, I mean you and Ann Coulter obviously despise these sacred cow type shields that no one can speak out against........right? I mean you have blabbered on about that hundreds of times.

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  28. Tall Texan10:51 AM

    Mike writes: "everything that makes our country great, from our democracy to our freedoms to our due process and our International laws and treaty's like the Geneva Convention you and your kind is out to destroy."

    Mike, what makes you think these animals are entitled to the protections of the Geneva Convention. No uniforms, no insignias, not fighting for any nation. They have forfeitted this right.

    Besides, this decision was not about the Geneva COnvention.

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  29. Keep tap dancing TT.

    Run from the Supreme Court decision, cause you know that ruling, was the beginning of the end of the Bush Regime's unholy reign of terror.

    Your 15 minutes are about up.

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  30. TT said "Lydia, did you recycle part of your latest blog entree with the references to the bread truck, etc.?"

    Right up front I state that this is a revamped article that was published in several papers. I added stuff too. There's a method to my ...

    We lost our innocence when Bush claimed to be a Christian and instead of going after the real terrorists, invaded a country, carpet bombing with shock and awe, killing CHILDREN and more of our own JUST TO GET ONE TYRANT, whom we helped create. Now was that a smart move? Look at our resources; just when we need more troops, our best and brightest are being killed. As many as died in 911. FOR WHAT?

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  31. I feel soft-core pornography is a Republican disease, spread by corporations that want higher ratings.

    I feel the porn industry is run by heathens who have no morals. They are definitely in it for money. They are republicans.

    I feel abortion is a the sacred decision and there are no easy answers. But we live in a democracy, where the rights of the individual count. Otherwise we are in a totalitarian state.

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  32. Tall Texan10:57 AM

    Lydia writes: "You condone illegal spying on Americans, yet you don't admonish Bush for his high crimes and misdemeanors."

    Lydia, show me one court that has found that the terrorist intelligence program has violated the laws of this country. You guys are so enamored with today's Court ruling, so show me where the Supreme Court has found this program of intelligence collection to be unconstitutional.

    Well, there is one place it is unconstitutional: in your dreams.

    Liberal rage. You gotta love it.

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  33. Twit Texan said;

    Besides, this decision was not about the Geneva COnvention.

    Really? It didn't include the Geneva Convention?

    Hmmm.. lets take a look.

    Gee, did you actually "Read" this thing Twit Texan?

    Cause the ruling DOES reference the Geneva Convention.

    Not once, but NINETY THREE TIMES!!!!!

    Gee.

    93 times.

    You lose again Deputy Dawg.

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  34. "Those who want the government to regulate matters of the mind and spirit are like men who are so afraid of being murdered that they commit suicide to avoid assassination." - Harry S Truman

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  35. I never went after johnny for using his daughter, Troll Tex, pay attention son, maybe Rush can help you get some Ritalin for the ADHD so you can focus better, I called johnny out for being a lying hippocrite for saying he doent bring girls or women onto a heated debate/fight, and he ran and hid because he didnt have a response other than making a smily face and running away.

    but please keep lying inferring I said stuff that I never did and posting foolish stuff it just makes you look like the foolish parisen hack that you are.

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  36. Tall Texan11:02 AM

    Lydia writes: "I feel the porn industry is run by heathens who have no morals. They are definitely in it for money. They are republicans."

    The Democrats do hard core porn. If Bill Clinton didn't engage in unnatural acts with an intern and a cigar and then lie about it under oath, he could have avoided the perjury rap. Funny, but Clinton acted illegally, and Republicans are to blame. Get a reality check.

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  37. From the ruling today.

    First, they have substituted for civilian courts attimes and in places where martial law has been declared.

    Their use in these circumstances has raised constitutional questions

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  38. Tall Texan11:05 AM

    Mike, you need to learn the difference between the words "imply" and "infer."

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  39. TT, you are just like Johnny, I purely partisan political hack who is obsessed with making several members of this blog look like hippocrites, i've NEVER seen anyone work so hard to pick apart Lydia's mine and Worf's arguments and discredit us, only difference is unlike Johnny you dont have to hide you are political.

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  40. Lydia,

    You made Ann look like a ghoul.

    Why did you give her an improvement?

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  41. Tall Texan said...
    Lydia writes: "I feel the porn industry is run by heathens who have no morals. They are definitely in it for money. They are republicans."

    The Democrats do hard core porn.


    Oh really?

    Then why did Ann Coulter date a Guccione, TrollTart?

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  42. Tall Texan said...
    Lydia writes: "You condone illegal spying on Americans, yet you don't admonish Bush for his high crimes and misdemeanors."

    Lydia, show me one court that has found that the terrorist intelligence program has violated the laws of this country.


    It ain't made it to court, yet, numbnuts, because the administration has stalled on any case filed on it.

    God, you really are ignert, aintcha?

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  43. Lydia, show me one court that has found that the terrorist intelligence program has violated the laws of this country.

    I'll show you "one".

    How about the US Supreme Court?

    They're a court, right?

    -----------------------------

    "Accordingly, in the very context that we address today, this Court has concluded that “the detention and trial of petitioners—ordered by the President in the declared exercise of his powers as Commander in Chief of the Army in time of war and of grave public danger—are not to be set aside by the courts without the clear conviction that they are in conflict with the Constitution or laws of Congress constitutionally enacted.”"

    US Supreme Court

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  44. Troll Tex said"Mike, you need to learn the difference between the words "imply" and "infer."

    And you need to actually read the posts so you know what people actually said and can reply accurately instead of infering and/or implying other people's arguments for them. thats the oldest repug trick in the book troll tex constructing the opponents position for them and taking it into the absurd, if you want any credibility, you have to actually read people's posts and accurately and truthfully portray their positions when you craft a response not take the oponents position into the Troll Tex fantasy land you wish it was so you can easily refute that position.

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  45. Tall Texan11:12 AM

    Lydia wrote: "I feel abortion is a the sacred decision and there are no easy answers."

    A real Christian would say abortion is wrong. Period.

    Shame on you.

    Why don't you rename this blog "Pro Abortion Christians."

    How about taking illegal drugs? Is that a sacred and personal decision as well?

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  46. Twit Texan said;

    Besides, this decision was not about the Geneva COnvention.


    The Truth.

    The decision refers to the Geneva Convention 93 TIMES.

    93 TIMES.

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  47. Tall Texan11:15 AM

    Worf, I wasn't talking about today's decision. I was talking about the NSA matters that you Libs love to cry about.

    Did the Court rule that unconstitutional?

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  48. come on troll tex, we are talking about the supreme court reigning in your little dictator not Coulter's pre-packaged talking points, you can actually respond outside of your heroine's talking points..........cant you???????


    because you seem to try to twist everything said back to Coulter's talking points about liberals.

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  49. Look at poor Twit Texan.

    The little inbred brute is desperatly trying to focus this entire thread on Abortion.

    Hey I know lamebrain.

    Why don't you tell us again how the ruling today has nothing to do with the Geneva Convention, lol.

    Dumbass.

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  50. Tall Texan said...
    Worf, I wasn't talking about today's decision. I was talking about the NSA matters that you Libs love to cry about.

    Did the Court rule that unconstitutional?


    Thats coming next slappy.

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  51. But today, your ReichFuhrer just got his wings clipped.

    The Iron Eagle is now the gelded sparrow.

    Enjoy.

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  52. Troll Tex said "A real Christian would say abortion is wrong. Period.

    Who appointed you judge of what real Christian's would say Troll Tex??????......A real Christian would not support torture, or imprisonment without due process, or setting asside the Geneva Convention, or genocide, or killing children and civillians or nuking another country etc................

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  53. And you want to talk about Abortion, LMFAO.

    What a fool.

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  54. Tall Texan11:19 AM

    So Lydia thinks porn is wrong (and I agree), but the murder of 50 million US babies since the Roe v. Wade is a complicated issue? That's code for "I think it's ok, but better phrase it carefully."

    No true Christian would not condemn abortion.

    How about partial birth abortion, Lydia? Are you going to waffle on that and hold yourself out as a true Christian?

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  55. Tt said "Tall Texan said...
    Worf, I wasn't talking about today's decision. I was talking about the NSA matters that you Libs love to cry about.

    Did the Court rule that unconstitutional?


    Thats coming next slappy.

    Exactly, thats coming next!!!

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  56. you wouldnt know a true Cheristian Troll Tex if he walked up and bashed you on your snout.

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  57. Make no mistake about it.

    Todays ruling has not only publically chastized the President, but it clearly reprimands him for acting without Congressional Authority, for acting as more of a dictator than a President, and it not only reigns in the little Reichfuhrer, but it also opened the door for criminal investigations into Bush and his administrations actions in his so called "War on Terror", (which would be more aptly named a War OF Terror), and war crimes tribunals and civil lawsuits.

    This ruling just said, YOU LOOSE MR PRESIDENT.

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  58. but you are attempting to chage the topic as hard as you possibly can like a good little troll because you are incensed that your group of Nazi like thugs has lost the first of many battles and that turns your stomach hence the attempt to twist the discussion away from the Supreme Court ruling and.........onto another repug talking point.....abortion.

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  59. It is a great day for democracy.

    Today, the reign of the Reichfuhrer has been finally curtailed.

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  60. Wait, whats that I hear?

    Could those footsteps be justice coming for Bush?

    Is that what I hear?

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  61. exactly, not only did bush get scolded by the Supreme Court, but that is what is known as legal prescedent that will clearly be used to interpret other cases of presidential abuse of power that are pending.

    see the line has been drawn in the sand and Bush can no longer cross that line with impunity whenever he chooses.

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  62. From the ruling today;

    Where, as here, no emergency prevents consultation with Congress, judicial insistence upon that consultation does not weaken our Nation’s ability to deal with danger.


    Wow, there goes the ole "but the terrorists will get us if we have to ask Congress" argument. LOL.

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  63. Tall Texan11:28 AM

    New slogan for Democrats: "Attack the United States and we'll defend your right to do it."

    Way to go Dems. I'm sure you'll retake the House with that strategy.

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  64. Tall Texan11:31 AM

    So, Worf, if you give so much credence to the Supreme Court, you must agree with their decision in Bush v. Gore, no?

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  65. Tt said "New slogan for Democrats: "Attack the United States and we'll defend your right to do it."

    Way to go Dems. I'm sure you'll retake the House with that strategy. "

    Why TT there you go again with the lies, i'm not attacking the United States, far from i'm celebrating our Supreme Court showing their wisdom and ruling in favor of freedom amd democracy on the eve of the weekend of our independence, instead of siding with the fascist side that wishes to destroy those freedoms.

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  66. Tt said "So, Worf, if you give so much credence to the Supreme Court, you must agree with their decision in Bush v. Gore, no?"

    another attempt to take our position into the absurd.......just because we agree with one decision does not mean we agree with every decision, do you agree with EVERY DECISION or EVERYTHING your people do and say TT, you guys always deal in absolutes and see the world as black and white, when the world is much more complex than that with shades of grey.

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  67. Tall Texan said...
    New slogan for Democrats: "Attack the United States and we'll defend your right to do it."

    Way to go Dems. I'm sure you'll retake the House with that strategy.


    LOL, is that your loser speech?

    I got news for you tex.

    We're NOT the Supreme Court.

    Tell it to the Judge, LOL.

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  68. Tall Texan said...
    So, Worf, if you give so much credence to the Supreme Court, you must agree with their decision in Bush v. Gore, no?


    Nope. Didn't agree with it a bit.

    But whether I agree or not is MOOT.

    That decision still stands.

    And so does the one today. The one thats gonna hang your boy out to dry. LOL.

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  69. What the decision said today, is that Bush broke the law.

    It has paved the way for Congress, to hold hearings and war crimes tribunals.

    Bush is now, officially, screwed.

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  70. Tall Texan11:49 AM

    Worf writes: "And so does the one today. The one thats gonna hang your boy out to dry."

    On the contrary. Legislation will be proposed in Congress to allow the CINC to do what he should be allowed to do, and God help the Democrats that vote for the rights of the terrorists at Gitmo. That's how Rove will play this, and it's the smart play.

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  71. Tall Texan said...

    On the contrary. Legislation will be proposed in Congress to allow the CINC to do what he should be allowed to do, and God help the Democrats that vote for the rights of the terrorists at Gitmo. That's how Rove will play this, and it's the smart play.


    LOL.

    You keep telling yourself that slappy.

    But the decision today CLEARLY states that Bush DID NOT HAVE AUTHORITY to act as he did, sans Congressional authority.

    That means Bush acted "outside" of his authority.

    In other words Einstein, he broke the laws of our land.

    And that means that congress, courts and individuals now have recourse against this administration, and the door is wide open to prosecute them for breaking the law.

    See its simple. If an Ambulance is speeding along a highway, they "have authority" to do that.

    If I, as a private citizen, am speeding along the same highway, then I do NOT have the authority to act so, and I can be arrested and prosecuted.

    With Authority - Lawful

    Without Authority - Illegal

    See?

    Party's over dude.

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  72. Tt said "and God help the Democrats that vote for the rights of the terrorists at Gitmo. That's how Rove will play this, and it's the smart play."

    Yeah lying and trying to deceive people by saying the Democrats are voting to support the terrorusts at Gitmo is the smart thing for you guys because you got NOTHING ELSE, the truth wouldnt fly would it.....you know that you guys are against human rights and support torture and genocide and imprisonment indefinately without due process and dont care if our troops suffer because of these corrupt barbaric policies because thats just collateral damage for the grater good, your good.

    see you guys dont care if our good name is tarnished and everything America has stood for like freedom, democracy, Geneva Convention is compromised, as long as it benefits you and your ilk Troll Tex.

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  73. Hey Mike. Did you see Tony Snow doing the Potomac Two-Step this morning?

    Dancing, bobbing and weaving all over the place trying to spin this ruling?

    He had that "we're screwed look", lol.

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  74. see Troll Tex, today was a historic day, it signifies that the reign of terror is over and democracy will prevail and what a fitting time for this ruling right before the celebration of outr independence this weekend,

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  75. nope, was it better than scottie's?

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  76. Balling Texan said;

    Besides, this decision was not about the Geneva COnvention.

    LOL.

    Not ONLY does it reference the Geneva Convetion 93 TIMES, but it also clearly states that the President must follow the Geneva Convention with these "detainees".


    FROM TODAYS RULING;

    Common Article 3, then, is applicable here and, as indicated above, requires that Hamdan be tried by a “regularly constituted court affording all the judicial guarantees which are recognized as indispensable by civilized peoples.”

    The commentary accompanying a provision of the Fourth Geneva Convention, for example, defines “‘regularly constituted’” tribunals to include “ordinary military courts” and “definitely exclud[e] all special tribunals.

    Common Article 3 [of the Geneva Conventions] obviously tolerates a great degree of flexibility in trying individuals captured during armed conflict; its requirements are general ones, crafted toaccommodate a wide variety of legal systems.

    But requirements they are nonetheless.

    The commission that the President has convened to try Hamdan does not meet those requirements.

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  77. Yea Tall Texan, the decision today was not about the Geneva Convetion, LMFAO.

    WRONG!

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  78. Tall Texan12:06 PM

    Mike writes: "see Troll Tex, today was a historic day..."

    Nope. By Tuesday NO ONE will be talking about this ruling, but Rove will be sure to get Democrats on record on voting to give Bush this authority, and those who vote against it can be painted into a very tight corner.

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  79. Balling Texan said;

    Nope. By Tuesday NO ONE will be talking about this ruling,

    Mike.

    Mental note to self to laugh at Twit Texan on Tuesday.

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  80. LOL.

    You're going to be hearing about this ruling for a long, long time to come.

    Tell you what TT.

    I'll bet you 100 bucks right now that we are still hearing about this ruling on Tuesday.

    If I'm wrong, I'll send 100 dollars to Lydia to disperse to the Charity of her Choice.

    If you're wrong, you send 100 dollars to Lydia to do likewise with.

    Deal?

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  81. Troll Texan said "Nope. By Tuesday NO ONE will be talking about this ruling, but Rove will be sure to get Democrats on record on voting to give Bush this authority, and those who vote against it can be painted into a very tight corner."

    so let me get this straight Troll Tex, your saying Rove will go on record asking to give Bush the authority to torture and detain prisoners indefinately without being charged or receiving due process despite the Geneva Convention, then try to paint those who dont vote for this as unpatriotic????? because I for one hope he does then when he is tried for war crimes like the nazi's committed it will be an open and shut case......in fact TT I for one would even fly out there to watch the trial and see him convicted of war crimes and treason and see him swing from the gibet when justice is finally served.

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  82. Excellent article Lydia. I wish our Democratic leaders would speak the truth about Bush and Twiggy Coulter, instead of leaving it up to a few progressive writers.

    Since the right-wing can't dispute the facts in your article, they will continue to discredit and label.

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  83. exactly Larry, notice how Troll Tex was franticly asking Lydia questions yet when she responded will good well thought out arguments he couldnt counter he ignored her responses and kept attacking her blog article with Coulter's pre-packaged one size fits all talking points and labels.

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  84. First the Canadiexan questioned the marital status, so we got nice wedding photos.

    Since that wasn't good enough, we now have useless questions about abortions and porn.

    What does Lydia's thoughts on abortion and porn, have to do with the needless slaugthter of thousands of innocent people, both Americans and Iraqi's?

    What does porn have to do with Bush's spying on innocent Americans, unless Bush is into window peeping for his own porn pleasure.

    What does one person attacking every thing in Lydia's life, have to do with Twiggy Coulter wanting Bush to Nuke most of the world?

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  85. I see you didnt miss that either larry, its pretty obvious Troll Tex is a partisan hack obsessed with trying to make Lydia look like a hippocrite, or look foolish, he's flat out obsessed with attacking and trying to discredit EVERYTHING Lydia and to a lesser extent Worf and I say, i'm wondering if I should be flattered that the "powers that be" think i'm a threat and send their minions out to atte,pt to discredit me.

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  86. Nothing.

    Which is exactly why Twit Texan is yakking about it.

    He has nothing else to say on this fine, fine morning.

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  87. BTW, I didn't mean to divert from Lydia's article. In truth I have not read all of it, and I may comment on it later.

    I just felt that todays landmark Supreme Court ruling AGAINST the President, beared commenting on.

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  88. he's just all worked up into a lather about the supreme court ruling.

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  89. Maybe the Canadiexan will ask Twiggy for her wedding photos, since they certainly can't discuss Bush's illegal detainee trials.

    Maybe they can discuss Twiggy Coulter's views on porn, since that will distract them from talking about Bush spying on Americans.

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  90. Tall Texan1:01 PM

    "Mike said...
    exactly Larry, notice how Troll Tex was franticly asking Lydia questions yet when she responded will good well thought out arguments he couldnt counter he ignored her responses and kept attacking her blog article with Coulter's pre-packaged one size fits all talking points and labels.

    12:37 PM"

    Hate to break it you, Mike, but I've never read any of Ann Coulter's books. I, frankly, don't even know what her talking points are. My points are my own.

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  91. worf actually Lydia focused on the Geneva Convention in her article, thats why I thought the Supreme Court ruling was relevant and posted it at the top og the thread.

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  92. And as far as trying them as Nazi's, as Mike was just talking about, thats EXACTLY what today's ruling has paved the way for.

    See, the Supreme Court is not charged with "enforcing" the law.

    They are charged with "Defining" it.

    And that definition says Bush broke the law.

    Now they can be brought before legislative bodies to answer for their crimes.

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  93. Tall Texan1:03 PM

    "Larry said...
    Maybe the Canadiexan will ask Twiggy for her wedding photos, since they certainly can't discuss Bush's illegal detainee trials."

    I never requested the photos.

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  94. Mike said...
    worf actually Lydia focused on the Geneva Convention in her article, thats why I thought the Supreme Court ruling was relevant and posted it at the top og the thread.


    Cool. Then I'm on topic for a change, lol.

    I'll go read it now. If shes talking about the Geneva Convention then I want to hear what she has to say.

    Good timing for her on posting this, ay?

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  95. Troll Tex said "Hate to break it you, Mike, but I've never read any of Ann Coulter's books. I, frankly, don't even know what her talking points are. My points are my own."

    sorry Troll Tex but I dont believe you your talking points are verbatim from that witch's book and thats all you focus on are Coulter's examples you keep twisting the debate back to Coulter to somehow prove we are hippocrites.

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  96. Bush is on CNN saying in spite of the Supreme Court ruling, he isn't going to put detainees out on the street.

    The White House says they will look to find a way around it.

    It looks like Bush loves the Supreme Court when it put him in office, but his own appointed boys didn't follow the script this time.

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  97. DAMN fine article Lydia (particularly since you quoted me twice:).

    Really DAMN fine article.

    Thats gonna leave a mark.

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  98. Tall Texan1:10 PM

    Worf wrote: "Now they can be brought before legislative bodies to answer for their crimes."

    Actually, Worf, if you read the opinion by John Paul Stevens, he suggested in his comments that Bush's actions would be quite legal if Congress sent him a bill that he signed enacting a law that more fully defined the rules of evidence of in a military tribunal. That's what Bush and Rove will ask Congress to do, hence my comments earlier about being on the right side of the vote.

    Guess what? The opinion also said that the Executive (Bush) still retains the authority to hold the detainees indefinetely.

    Next time read the opinion before you opine.

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  99. Tall Texan1:13 PM

    Worf, it was pretty much this site that brought Coulter to my attention. Before that, she was just another commentator.

    I don't even agree with many of her positions.

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  100. Tall Texan said...
    Worf, it was pretty much this site that brought Coulter to my attention. Before that, she was just another commentator.

    I don't even agree with many of her positions.


    Well good for you.

    Take two humanity points out of petty cash.

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  101. But as far as you not knowing who Ann Coulter was before you came here?

    I highly doubt the veracity of that statment.

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  102. Tt said "Worf, it was pretty much this site that brought Coulter to my attention. Before that, she was just another commentator.

    I don't even agree with many of her positions."

    yeah sure Troll tex, you dont agree with Ann Coulter, Your not A supporter of her, thats why the past 3 weeks almost all of your posts were using Coulter's rhetoric and talking points to try to make us look silly.........but you dont agree with coulter do ya........so I guess your saying you are willing to resort to talking points you "dont agree with to slander and discredit your opponents for political gain...........but your just a regular non political guy who doesnt agree with Coulter........BS!!!!!

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  103. Anonymous1:24 PM

    But if true, then we're glad we did our part to show you what a true peice of human slime she is, and what an enemy to America she, aed consistent in both of these important men in your life.

    It is interesting that you seem t

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  104. But TT.

    I couldn't help but notice that I cleaned your clock on your 10:51 post, where you claimed the ruling today did not deal with the Geneva Convention, and you didn't recant, acknowledge or even nod in my general direction.

    What gives?

    Are you just sooo frustrated your gentlemenly Texas demeanor has escaped you?

    And what about my bet, challenging your 12:06 post, as to whether or not this would still be an issue come Tuesday?

    You running away from me TT?

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  105. Tall Texan1:27 PM

    "Mike said...
    I see you didnt miss that either larry, its pretty obvious Troll Tex is a partisan hack obsessed with trying to make Lydia look like a hippocrite, or look foolish, he's flat out obsessed with attacking and trying to discredit EVERYTHING Lydia and to a lesser extent Worf and I say, i'm wondering if I should be flattered that the "powers that be" think i'm a threat and send their minions out to atte,pt to discredit me.

    12:56 PM"

    You guys do a decent job of that on your own. As far as Lydia is concerned, she seems like a harmless soul who *wants* to do God's work, and I applaud her for that, but she is misguided when she procleims herself to be a Christian (and calls this a Christian-oriented blog) and yet won't take a firm stand on abortion.

    Why is she more worked up by one death in Iraq than 50 million deaths by abortion in the United States alone? That's worse than WWII, but she ducks the question.

    How would her pastor at Reagan's church answer? Better yet, how would Jesus answer on the issue of abortion. I doubt he would condone it. I doubt it very much.

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  106. Tort Texan said;

    Actually, Worf, if you read the opinion by John Paul Stevens, he suggested in his comments that Bush's actions would be quite legal if Congress sent him a bill that he signed enacting a law that more fully defined the rules of evidence of in a military tribunal

    See, its that IF thats gonna be the bitch of the bunch.

    Its that IF, that'll get you every time.

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  107. IF.

    IF Bush had followed the law.

    IF Bush had not tortured people.

    IF Bush had not demanded rendition.

    IF Bush had not set up secret Gestapo prisons.

    IF Bush had not falsified data to BEAR FALSE WITNESS AGAINST IRAQ

    IF....

    If only he had.

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  108. Torah Texan said;

    but she is misguided when she procleims herself to be a Christian (and calls this a Christian-oriented blog) and yet won't take a firm stand on abortion.


    WRONG.

    See slappy, the one draw back to being one of the born again's, is that you guys don't actually "read" the bible.

    You thump it a lot.

    But you don't read it.

    See, NO WHERE, and I mean NO WHERE, in the bible, does Jesus, or ANYONE for that matter issue so much as ONE SINGLE COMMANDEMENT, LAW, RULE, REGULATION, RECOMMNEDATION or REQUIRMENT, for, or against abortion.

    NO WHERE.

    Your make believe churches where you guys pass the tea around and make up rules as you go, doesn't work if you meet someone like me or Lydia.

    Someone who has actually "read" the bible.

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  109. Tall Texan1:34 PM

    Worf writes: "I couldn't help but notice that I cleaned your clock on your 10:51 post"

    Worf, you confuse quantity of postings with quality. When I've cleaned your clock, it's gone over your head. I think you were just happy that someone mentioned your name.

    As far as your proposed wager, how do we determine the winner? Yes, someone might mention it, but I doubt it will dominate the news like it did today.

    Here's my counteroffer. If this decision is the lead story in the NY Times on Tuesday, I'll donate $100 to the Democratic National Committe. If it isn't, you donate $100 to the Republican National Committee.

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  110. Besides Father Tex,

    Lydia answered the same questions to you before, and has made her stand on Abortion crystal clear in several threads, posts and articles.

    But don't worry.

    I can understand you wanting to get over to the topic of Abortion, with her latest article hanging you guys out to dry.

    Your ass is probably still ringing from the stinging.

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  111. Tired Texan said;

    Worf, you confuse quantity of postings with quality.

    No.

    You confuse 93 direct references and conferences to the Geneva Convention as ZERO.

    You said the ruling didn't involve the Geneva Convention.

    I said it did.

    You denied it.

    I showed you there are 93 direct references to the Geneva Convention.

    I won.

    You lost.

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  112. Terrified Texan said;

    As far as your proposed wager, how do we determine the winner? Yes, someone might mention it, but I doubt it will dominate the news like it did today

    WRONG.

    Thats NOT what you said;

    TALKING TEXAN said;

    By Tuesday NO ONE will be talking about this ruling,

    Hmmmm...now lets see.

    NO ONE = SOMEONE

    NINETY THREE = ZERO

    No slappy, I'd say your clock is about as clean as I can get it for now.

    Come back when you've got your foot out of your mouth.

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  113. Tall Texan1:43 PM

    Worf writes: "Lydia answered the same questions to you before, and has made her stand on Abortion crystal clear in several threads, posts and articles."

    Oh, really!? She hasn't addressed my questions about whether it ought to be legal to take crack cocaine or heroin in the privacy of one's home.

    And, as far as her books are concerned, she has NO NEWS whatsover about publishing dates, etc. I don't think she's even found a willing publisher to out her book out.

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  114. Tt said "Why is she more worked up by one death in Iraq than 50 million deaths by abortion in the United States alone? That's worse than WWII, but she ducks the question."

    First of all Troll Tex were do you get one death in iraq, thats almost laughable considering counting both sides there is close to 100,000 deaths......but its only a number right Troll Tex?

    And regarding your statement of 50 million deaths by abortion do you have any evidence to support this, is this in one year, in 300 years, is the counting all the sperm that die each time you are done having sex with your right hand??????.............vaugueness is the friend of those with weak argumemts troll tex.

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  115. TOAD TEXAN said;

    Oh, really!? She hasn't addressed my questions about whether it ought to be legal to take crack cocaine or heroin in the privacy of one's home.


    I was talking about Abortion.

    Where crack cocaine comes into this I am not sure.

    Are you asking if it was ok for George W Bush to have Cocaine in his house 11 years ago, when he was a self professed Cocaine user?

    Is that your question?

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  116. Terrified Texan said;

    As far as your proposed wager, how do we determine the winner? Yes, someone might mention it, but I doubt it will dominate the news like it did today


    WRONG.

    Thats NOT what you said;

    TALKING TEXAN said;

    By Tuesday NO ONE will be talking about this ruling,

    Hmmmm...now lets see.

    NO ONE = SOMEONE

    NINETY THREE = ZERO

    No slappy, I'd say your clock is about as clean as I can get it for now.

    Come back when you've got your foot out of your mouth.

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  117. Tall Texan1:47 PM

    I see. Worf is playing the "I'm so dumb I take everyhting literally" game. You will be talking out of your ass, as usual, on Tuesday, but it won't be a major news item like it is today.

    Did you really think that I meant that not one of 300 million Americans would mention the topic on Tuesday. Are you that obtuse?

    What about my counter-wager?

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  118. Troll Tex said "And, as far as her books are concerned, she has NO NEWS whatsover about publishing dates, etc. I don't think she's even found a willing publisher to out her book out.'

    So she has to clear her publication dates with you now Troll Tex, the hubris of you clowns LOL :D

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  119. TONGUE TIED TEXAN said;

    Did you really think that I meant that not one of 300 million Americans would mention the topic on Tuesday.

    Well, lets see.

    You said NO ONE.

    In fact, you EMPHASIZED the words no one, by CAPITALIZING them.

    Lets ask the jury.

    Mike? What do YOU think when someone says NO ONE in capital letters?

    Larry, Lydia, Rene, same question to you.

    What does the words NO ONE mean when they are capitlized.

    Do the mean SOMEONE?

    Or do they mean NO ONE?

    See Twit Texan, I can't help it if you put your foot in that big mouth of yours.


    You said it. I just read it.

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  120. Tall Texan1:52 PM

    Mike writes: "So she has to clear her publication dates with you now Troll Tex, the hubris of you clowns LOL :D"

    You would think that she would announce the publication dates like any other "author"* almost always does. The silence is suspicious.

    Has she ever had a book published????

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  121. No Troll Tex like usual you pulled the bait and switch, of course it wont be on the front page Tuesday, since it was breaking news today, but that was a landmark case that focused on division and abuse of power and checks and balances and that will be talked about and quite relevant for quite a while despite your lame attempts to change the topic, see that ruling makes people like you sick to their stomach because the wheels of democracy and the checks and balances are functioning again.

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  122. Well A, I'm not as dumb as you.

    The TOP news story of the day will be whatever happened on that day.

    And B, your "counter wager" means you CHICKENED out of my wager, asking YOU to BACK WHAT YOU SAID.

    Squirm little wormwood, squirm.

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  123. Tt said "Has she ever had a book published????
    "


    once again Troll Tex if you knew what the hell you were talking about before opening your pie hole, then you'd know the answer to this question, but like usual you shoot off your mouth with out knowing what the hell your talking about.

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  124. TURD TEXAN said;

    You would think that she would announce the publication dates like any other "author"* almost always does. The silence is suspicious.

    Has she ever had a book published????


    See?

    This lame duck (or is it lame dick?), like with his wife, is shooting blanks.

    He's got nothing.

    So on a day when the US Supreme Court introduces a landmark ruling against his Lord and Savior, Herr Busch, all he can do is try to launch personal attacks on Lydia.

    Like the low down TURDWEASAL he is.

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  125. and BTW Troll Tex, you've had your clock cleaned all day today you just ignored the posts that you couldnt refute and attacked people personally on other issues or attepted to change the topic.

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  126. We must be back to trying to get Lydia to show us her book since the wedding photos took out one accusation.

    If we concentrate on the book, or porn then we can forget how Bush is violating the law with detainees.

    If we concentrate on the book, or porn,then we can forget about thousands of Iraqi citizens killed, thousands of US soldiers killed and even many more thousands left disabled.

    Why would Twiggy Coulter be worried about a book from Lydia if the accusation is, it doesn't exist?

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  127. you didnt win one point today Troll tex not one..........although you did make a valiant effort to change the topic to abortion and pornography and Crack Cocaine and Lydia's Book and Lydia's Kids.....bravo at least you get an A for effort.

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  128. Tall Texan2:01 PM

    Worf is a desperate literalist, and anyone on this site with an announce of intellectual honesty knows that. So to win your bet, all you have to do is mention the issue here on Tuesday. Is that what you thought I really meant??

    Do you have problems inferring someone's real meaning from the literal text of their words? Do you have autism. I suspect you do.

    If you propose a more reasonable wager, maybe we can do business.

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  129. Notice how our little wormwood deftly dodges my 1:51 repeat post, calling him on his own words.

    He said NO ONE.

    Now he turns it into "SOMEONE", and wants to move on.

    He said the ruling does NOT deal with the Geneva Convention.

    It actually DOES deal with the Geneva Convention so he was wrong again.

    Now if I had just shown ONE instance of where the ruling references the Geneva Conventions, he would have been proven wrong.

    But I didn't show ONE instance.

    In fact, I discovered NINETY-THREE points where it deals with or references the Geneva Conventions.

    Almost 100 TIMES!!!!!

    Clock cleaned.

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  130. Tall Texan said...
    Worf is a desperate literalist


    Really?

    Well lets see again.

    You said;

    Tall Texan said...

    Nope. By Tuesday NO ONE will be talking about this ruling,
    12:06 PM


    Now, you are saying that I am being "too literal".

    You are saying that your CAPTILIZED for EMPHASIS words NO ONE, should actually be interpreted by me, to mean SOME ONE.

    Wow. I see your point.

    If everytime one of you dimwits says something dirtfarmer stupid, we just flip it around to mean the exact opposite of what you said, then you wouldn't be in trouble so much.

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  131. TT said "Do you have problems inferring someone's real meaning from the literal text of their Words"

    No that would be you my little green friend, you seem to make a habit of inferring your opponenets position and arguments and coincidently they all seem to favor your position while not even remotely resembling what the person actually said or meant.

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  132. you've had your clock cleaned ALL DAY TT

    ALL DAY!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  133. TWAT TEXAN writes;

    Besides, this decision was not about the Geneva COnvention.


    Which he really wants us to interpret as Besides, this decision was about the Geneva COnvention 93 times.

    Yes.

    I do see your point.

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  134. One question though.

    Why emphasize the words "no one" by CAPITALIZING THEM LIKE THIS????

    Why emphasize them if you didn't mean them?

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  135. So a decision NOT being about something, only means that it was NOT about somtething more than NINETY THREE TIMES.


    And NO ONE, acutally means SOME ONE.


    Interesting language you repugnicans have got there.

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  136. BTW Troll TEX, how many times in the last week have you accused me of saying something someone else actually said or something I never said at all I'll bet at least 5 in the last 48 hours and thats not even counting the times you tried to construct my postions/arguments for me so they would be easier for you to attack or refute.

    you need to actually concentrate on and focus on what people are actually saying not what you wish they had said.......there is help for ADHD TT, you know Ritalin and what not, maybe Rush can help you with the prescription before his doctor loses her medical license.

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  137. You'd think a guy calling himself "Tall Texan" would be man enough to admit when he's wrong.

    You just went from a guy I was sorta starting to like, to a slug.

    Well done.

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  138. If your the best the repugs have TT.......come on 2008!!!!!

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  139. Mike said;

    you need to actually concentrate on and focus on what people are actually saying not what you wish they had said.......

    Or what you wish YOU had said.

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  140. take one look at the absurdity of TT posts, he tried to turn my support of the Geneva Convention into me supporting a Bill of Rights for Al Queda, and being a traitor.

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  141. So would it be correct to assume that TT is saying that anyone who supports the Geneva Convention is guilty of treason and a traitor to our country?????? just curious Troll Tex?

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  142. He can call it what he wants.

    But the fact is the US SUPREME COURT (notice the cap emphasis TT?), ruled today AGAINST Bush, and the NAZI like tactics of the REICH WING.

    He lost.

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  143. America won today.

    Democracy won.

    Liberty won.

    Freedom won.

    Humanity won.

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  144. And TT and his people HATE hearing that, its like nails on a blackboard to these guys.

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  145. We're gonna push these dark demons of torture, murder, and all manner of crimes against humanity, back into their caves and holes, where they, and the terorrists, can rot with each other.

    The rest of us will go on with the business of living.

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  146. Tall Texan2:23 PM

    So, Mike and Worf, are you two crazy kids planning a romantic 4th of July together somewhere. (Don't forget the Crisco.) Be sure NOT to tell me about it. I just had lunch.

    More likely, Worf, will be spending the holiday in his mom's basement attending to the family sump pumps with an overinflated view of himself. Too afraid to even get on an airplane. How sad.

    Still waiting on Lydia's booknews. Seems she's been on a false deadline for a few months now.

    So, Lyd, do you have a real book deal or not? And, if you do, when will it be published?

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  147. TT your like this inflatable Bozo The Clown punching bag I had when I was 4, you'd just kept boppin that dumb clown and knocking him down and he never knew when to quit, that clown was a glutton for punishment and just kept coming back for more.

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  148. God bless the Honorable Supreme Court of the United States of America, and let the spirit of humanity be the basis of every ruling they make from this day forth.

    Let freedom ring baby.

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  149. Tall Texan said...
    So, Mike and Worf, are you two crazy kids planning a romantic 4th of July together somewhere. (Don't forget the Crisco.) Be sure NOT to tell me about it. I just had lunch.


    LOL. Got your ass whooped so taking it down a couple of notches ay?

    Sorry Tex.

    In a battle of wits you're sorely out of your league.

    But thats funny stuff. Should play well to the Junior High School crowd.

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  150. fabricating stories again I see Troll Tex, my my those are some pretty vivid fantaies a little too bizaire for me though although mine usually dont involve Crisco and two men......but to each their own...and live and let live Troll Tex.

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  151. Go get em Tex.

    Lots of personal insults that have nothing to do with the conversation where you just got your clock cleaned but good should do the trick, right?

    Poor little troll.

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  152. Yes. So vivid.

    So detailed.

    Too bad you don't have anything that vivid and detailed to counter your clock being so well cleaned. :D

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  153. 4 Killed and 27 wounded today in Iraq, but does that matter?

    Bush's war for profit is a failure for everyone but the Oil rich and now Bush has been labeled a rule breaker by the Supremes, but does that matter?

    Lydia posted her wedding photos to squelch that petty accusation, but does that matter?

    It looks like all that matter NOW, is does Lydia really have a book.

    Now that is as important as the status of Lydia's marriage.

    Whats next. What kind of nail polish does she use.

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  154. Tall Texan2:35 PM

    Earlier today I said "New slogan for Democrats: "Attack the United States and we'll defend your right to do it."

    Way to go Dems. I'm sure you'll retake the House with that strategy.

    After seeing Mike and Worf's glee, it doesn't seem like such a joke anymore.

    Some of the folks at DailyKos were calling for Bush to get the death penalty. How unpatriotic of you and enabling for the terrorists to hear you and your ilk talking like this.

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  155. Theres a victory for the TT, if he could prove she uses any type of dye in here hair perhaps?

    Maybe if he could demonstrate that she really is not a very good driver.

    That would sure be a huge political victory for him.

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  156. Anonymous2:38 PM

    I really can see that by these posts, that Mike and Worf are the same person.
    There is no way 2 people can be in total agreement

    A) Worf talks with vulgar hateful words.

    B) Mike comes across more soft-spoken.

    These are the symptoms of schizophrenia.

    Shame on you 2 motherf-----s!

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  157. TWAT TEXAN said;

    After seeing Mike and Worf's glee, it doesn't seem like such a joke anymore.


    Oh didn't you hear?

    We're the Glee Club.

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  158. more absurdity Troll tex, we are enabling the terrorists now by supporting the Geneva Convention?

    you keep trying to call us traitors to silence us, and i'll keep calling you guys Nazi's because those are the same tactics the Nazi's used.

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  159. Anonymous said...
    I really can see that by these posts, that Mike and Worf are the same person.


    Hey look.

    Johnny Mook Mooks back.

    And he says he can see something.

    I didn't know we were the same person.

    Did you know we were the same person Mike?

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  160. Anonymous2:42 PM

    If you ever notice Worf and Mike are on at the same time.
    Also they both use moving pics next to their handle name

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  161. well he would know all about schizophrenia, hell didnt they make a movie or write a book about him.......the seven faces of Eve......on multiple identies.......something he is also an expert on.

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  162. Anonymous said...

    If you ever notice Worf and Mike are on at the same time.
    Also they both use moving pics next to their handle name


    Yes Johnny.

    Thats highly suspicious.

    I'd investigate that further if I were you.

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  163. Anonymous2:44 PM

    Mike's personality is easily swayed by other people, the sign of a passive attitude.

    Worf is the aggressor, of course.

    Does Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde ring a bell.

    You have been found out!

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  164. Hey Mike,

    Ever notice when a troll gets his clock cleaned, instead of arguing his position, he simply turns to personal attacks?

    Like a 3 year old whose brother just beat him in a game of tic tac toe?

    Instead of trying a rematch or contesting the victory, he simply starts screaming "you're a big ugly doo doo head".

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  165. BTW JOHN how come you couldnt make it in the DOJ, or is it that Mr Scaife just pays much better than the DOJ?

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  166. Anonymous2:47 PM

    Just as Johnny Moo Moo, Tall Texan, Voltaire and Freedom Fan are all the same person

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  167. believe me John If you ever met me in person you would not say I am passive.

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  168. Johnny Pork Pie Moo Moo said...
    Mike's personality is easily swayed by other people, the sign of a passive attitude.

    Worf is the aggressor, of course.

    Does Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde ring a bell.

    You have been found out!


    Yup.

    You're just too good for us, er I mean, me.

    Brilliant deduction.

    Tell everyone.

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  169. never said Voltaire was anyone else!

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  170. Anonymous2:49 PM

    you're 1 asshole in the same brain.
    As they're are 4 assholes in the same brain

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  171. Anonymouse said...

    Just as Johnny Moo Moo, Tall Texan, Voltaire and Freedom Fan are all the same person


    No.

    Just like you and Johnny Moo Moo are.

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  172. But lets not let all this troll wandering rants detract from the news, and from TALL TEXANS ASS WHOOOPIN.

    TODAY was a great victory for DEMOCRACY, and LIBERTY, and MANKIND.

    And it was a STAGGERING DEFEAT TO THE REICH WING.

    Bush is now, OFFICIALLY, in big trouble.

    Bye bye blackbird.

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  173. But back to you john, Mr Scaife must must really dig your conections at the DOJ, they could come inm real handy for targeting political enemies or hacking into the blog to bring it down when you guys are getting your clocks cleaned.....you know that kind of stuff

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  174. In other news, earlier today Tall Texan said that come Tuesday, NO ONE would be talking about this landmark Supreme Court ruling.

    When called on this by Worfeus, he attempted to WEASAL out of it by stating that his words, NO ONE, CAPITALIZED FOR EMPHASIS, actually meant SOME ONE.

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  175. and we all know your hear to seek the truth right John.........................................Btw hows the weather in Canada.....does richard own any vacation properties there???

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  176. Anonymous2:53 PM

    Mike you are extremely passive, I can tell by how you speak and are servile to the point that you can't even stand up for you girlfriend, unless she's not worthy of it...LOL

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  177. In a related story, TWIT TEXAN also stated that the Supreme Court ruling had nothing to do with the Geneva Conventions.

    This was later found to be inaccurate, as the ruling itself directly references the Geneva Conventions over NINETY TIMES.

    Film at 11:00.

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  178. Come on John, show a backbone and use your real handle.....you are man enough arent you?

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  179. To recap the headlines, Tall Texan said that come Tuesday, NO ONE would be talking about this landmark Supreme Court ruling.

    He later stated NO ONE means SOME ONE.

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  180. Anonymous2:57 PM

    Mike, for god sake already, grow hair on your chest, or start acting like your alter-ego, WORF

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  181. But yes since these guys are doing everything in their power to keep us from talking about that pivotal SUPREME COURT RULING lets by all means focus on it and what a glaring and resounding defeat it was for the Bush Administration.

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  182. And the related story, TWIT TEXAN stated that the Supreme Court ruling had nothing to do with the Geneva Conventions.

    This was later found to be UNTRUE.

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  183. BY A FACTOR OF 93.

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  184. think about this a second the Justices not only ruled Against Bush, but scolded him in their opinions!

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  185. This ruling but the president and the executive branch back in their place annd made it clear their reign of terror is OVER...FINISHED....FINITO!!!!!!

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  186. Anonymous3:02 PM

    Worf's personality, comes across very simply...SUPRESSED ANGER
    Mike/Worf, very few schizophrenics get married, which of course creates a lot of pent up frustations, Mike/Worf are the same person palying 2 different roles. Mike you said: "you are 36 and 0 children"

    Whoever you think is writing this doesn't matter to me, it's just what I've noticed since March of this year

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  187. Anonymous3:06 PM

    I understand that the truth hurts somtimes, and to talk abruptly to you, is only to try to help you

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  188. This Ruling proves we support the Geneva Convention and are opposed to torture and indefinate imprisonment without due process.

    Hopefully the Supreme Court will overturn Bush's illegal domestic spying program next to help us take back our country and get it on the right track.

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  189. Anonymous3:12 PM

    As for abortion it's directly a sin in Gods eyes, it takes away His very creation, and that life can NEVER be CREATED again.

    Ever think about all the aborted lives throughout time, countless numbers of life wasted. Well how do we know that maybe 1 of those lives couldn't of developed a cure for cancer, or maybe famine, or a way not to have Bush in power and just maybe these discussions wouldn't be taking place.

    Also remember ...."Thou Shall Not KILL"...."GET IT DUMBASSES"

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  190. Anonymous3:17 PM

    Another Mike/Worf expression....THAT LAST POST "REALLY CLEANED YOUR CLOCK"....LOL

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  191. Like Lydia said you guys are more concerned about a fetus or embryo in a petry dish than those currently living, what about the soldiers or innocent civilians killed in Iraq, what about the abortion doctors killed by pro lifers who claim to value human life, what about Coulter calling for the killing of Liberals or poisoning of Supreme Court Justices?

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  192. yeah turn the discussion to the bloggers and away from the issues, cause thats all you guys have left.

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  193. Anonymous3:22 PM

    It's wrong that ANY life should be taken..."STOP ALL KILLING"

    What is wrong with a world that can't understand that simple point

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  194. Maybe you should tell Coulter and the Bush Administration that.....they just dont seem to get it.

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  195. More Americans killed in Iraq.

    The Federal Reserve raised interest rates for the 17th straight time which will cost more American jobs.

    Another Bush staffer charged in the Abramhoff Bribery Scandal.

    The Supreme Court ruled that Bush is violating the law with the detainees.

    The big subject from Canadiexanville is does Lydia really have a book?

    Or has it changed to Does Lydia use a red brush or a blue brush on her hair.

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  196. Tall Texan3:25 PM

    " Mike said...
    Like Lydia said you guys are more concerned about a fetus or embryo in a petry dish than those currently living, what about the soldiers or innocent civilians killed in Iraq, what about the abortion doctors killed by pro lifers who claim to value human life, what about Coulter calling for the killing of Liberals or poisoning of Supreme Court Justices?

    3:18 PM"

    Many fetuses have brainwaves, heartbeats, and some scientists say they can feel pain.

    Most astoundingly, Lydia, a sel-professed Christian, has not even come out against partial-birth aborting. That is a gruesome procedure whereby the baby is partially born, but killed before he or she has fully come out of the womb. If Lydia can't denounce that practice, then she should not be talking about what kind of Christian she is.

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  197. You know it Mike.

    They railed on the Administration.

    Come Tuesday, when this is STILL a big story, TWAT TEXAN's gonna be eating more crow pie.

    Cause not only is he wrong that NO ONE will be talking about it, as he said and then backpedaled on, but you know, and I know, that this ruling will not only be a hot topic, but its gonna be the ruling that leads to the ultimate downfall of the NAZI REICH WING.

    Sorry guys.

    Guess you'll just have to goosestep outside.

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  198. Tt said "If Lydia can't denounce that practice, then she should not be talking about what kind of Christian she is."

    Oh I see Troll Tex, you get to decide who is worthy enough to talk and speak out.......how convienient for you.

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  199. God.

    For a mook you're a damned dedicated one Twat Texan.

    You really, really want to make this about abortion.

    Well its NOT asshole.

    Get over it. You LOOSE.

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