Wednesday, November 08, 2006

DAWN OF HOPE: DEMOCRATS DEFEAT CORRUPTION!

"Everyone is walking around smiling and grinning and happy like the bright light of the sun just destroyed all the bloodsucking vampires." - A Comment from Mike, celebrating the Democratic win in Congress 2006.

Happy Veterans Day! GOD BLESS OUR TROOPS AND LOST LOVED ONES... and a special THANK YOU to John Conley, Marine Combat Vet who sent me his Purple Heart for speaking out against the invasion of Iraq.

Two articles I wrote on this administration, "Bush's Last Will and Testicle" and ""Death is Sexier than Sex (to Ann Coulter), will be reprinted here soon -- or you can find them in various news journals in the sidebar. The books HOW TO TALK TO ANN COULTER, IF YOU MUST ; BLOGGING WITH THE DEVIL and FALLING UP are in the pipeline, not necessarily in that order.

"Watch FOX the day after the election. It is like watching Soviet TV after Brezhnev died." Quote from my friend Steve Kelly, head of programming over at KPSI, the ABC affliiate in Palm Springs.

Thank you to all commenters on this blog. Your committment and unrelenting troll-bashing have actually helped win this election in some small way, in this blog. Every single voice counts. Every prayer counts. And we actually made a difference. Also, after doing over 30 radio shows across the country from a spiritual-progressive perspective, and in the South and Southeast — I know for a fact that we changed some hearts and minds. Everything we do makes a dent in the machine.
Love & Peace xoxo
Lydia

Jim Webb who defeated George "Macaca" Allen, is a Naval Academy graduate and decorated Vietnam veteran who served as Navy secretary under Reagan, bitterly opposed the war in Iraq and switched to the Democratic Party.

"I can't help but notice the history channel is showing 'The Fall of the Nazi party'.
Wonder if this was scheduled, or impromptu?" - Doctor Von Worfeus





WE ARE ALL ECSTATIC!! Corruption was defeated and America's glory is back. Our esteem in the world has a chance now.

Good always wins over evil, because evil has no real power. There were almost too many text-book scandals on the republican side. It seems like divine intervention.

Pelosi promises to work with Republicans to move America forward, out of corruption and out of the quagmire in Iraq.
Boxer's PAC for change says:
No more rubber stamp Congress
No more free passes to the Bush Administration on Iraq
No more arrogance
No more give-aways to the most powerful
No more cozy corruption

Yes to accountability on Iraq
Yes to consumers
Yes to our families and our children
Yes to the environment
Yes to energy independence
Yes to affordable health care and stem cell research
Yes to an increase in the minimum wage
Yes to the recommendations of the 9/11 commission

Can we get it all done? Yes, if our colleagues in the Republican Party recognize that this is what the American people want -- and in a democracy, it is what they should have.

I am hopeful because the people have spoken very clearly. By electing a Democratic House and, if all goes as it it looks now, a Democratic Senate, the American people have clearly spoken out for change -- and with your continued help, that's exactly what they're going to get. - Senator Barbara Boxer (D. Calif)

992 comments:

  1. Listen to Bush, talking about working with the democrats.

    LMAO.

    Up until last night Bush was calling them traitors and cowards, and the only way he'd work with them was his way or the highway.

    Well LOOK AT YOUR EMPEROR NOW!

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  2. Bush keeps calling himself "commander-in-chief"

    Gotta keep reminding himself he's IMPORTANT!

    He's OUT OF BREATH he is SO EMOTIONAL

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  3. THE KING IS DEAD!


    LONG LIVE THE KING!

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  4. The new king being THE LIBERAL CONGRESS!

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  5. The wheels of democracy turned slower than normal under the power and skullduggery of wicked and corrupt men, but last night, the wheels of democracy ROLLED RIGHT OVER THEM!

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  6. Gee Tall Tex. Like I said I'm not a betting man, but if I were, I'd bet right now that you're glad I didn't take your big mouth bet from a couple of weeks ago, huh?

    Thats a sure bet.

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  7. So tell us truthfully trolls.

    How many keyboards did you guys break last night?

    Must have been a lot cause NONE of you were here.

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  8. Course, you guys probably just could'nt take the pressure, huh?

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  9. Is Bush ever going to stop talking today?

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  10. Bush has just admitted he's "frustrated"

    and he'll have to "work with the Democrats"

    and that he's "got some work to do with some members of Congress"

    and wants to ensure
    "future Presidents are capable of [fighting] this war"

    following a LANDSLIDE defeat he STILL wants US troops in Iraq!

    The arrogance of this fascist is MONUMENTAL!

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  11. Bye rummy

    don't let the door hit ya where the good Lord split ya

    oh man, I'm celebrating with cream buns, chocolate liqueurs and ANOTHER glass of Baileys. I'm gonna look like Hastert.

    Oh yeah, he's GONE TOO!

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  12. THAT ROTTEN BUM RUMSFELD CAN HIT THE BRICKS!

    Take a pink slip "Rummy", and get the HELL OUT!!!


    SO LONG SUCKER!!!!

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  13. RUMSFELD IS and WAS SCUM.

    He wasted young Americans lives like he wasted opportunities to act in magnamanious fashion.

    When you're in power, ultimate power, the way you treat the minority tells a lot about your character, and lack thereof.

    And the way Bush, Cheney and Rummy treated all the liberals and the democrats while they weilded unequaled power, told a lot about their character.

    They had none.

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  14. Bush just FLUFFED his speech AGAIN, he was trying to say something about accepting people had different philosophies but he is SO EMOTIONAL he can BARELY SPEAK.

    Rove, for God's sake, help him!

    He keeps STUTTERING, HARD BREATHING and saying 'ERRR', silly me, no change there then.

    he just mentioned the 'no child left behind act' and his 'tax cuts' as "SUCCESSES" early in his administration!

    If they're successes my name is Cyndie Lauper.

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  15. Bush didn't even put up a fight. He just tossed Rummy to the wind.

    Why?

    Cause he knows judgements coming.

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  16. He's gone nuts Gary!

    You're right.

    Listen to him.

    Did you see that uncomfortable pause when he asked the press if they thought he was crazy???

    LMAO.

    This is too funny.

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  17. Bush let it known that Rumsfeld resignation started BEFORE the election.

    And they just kept it "quiet" to try to save it, even though the fact if they were winning the election Dumsfeld wouldn't be going anywhere.

    Rove should be NEXT, $165,000 is a hell of a lot of tax payers money to pay the strategist for the GOP who is now a LOSER.

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  18. noticeable absence of Trolls again, oh of course, they are listening to their GOD

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  19. and Bush's response to the social security is TELLING, he KNOWS the wall street give away is DEAD.

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  20. The veto pen is gonna get a lot of work, no more midnight bill stuffing, no more repug only conference committees, no more corrupt repugs in charge.

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  21. yeah Worf, that was the

    PAUSE OF THE CENTURY

    LOL!

    Bush keeps talking about 'working with the Dems' as though he has any choice in the matter now.......

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  22. Bush does NOT look happy, I wonder how unhappy he is making Rove's life about NOW.

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  23. Looks like Bush finally shut up.

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  24. The house of cards the neo-cons have built in Washington has collapsed, and now they are being exorcised, out of our national government.

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  25. and the NEXT fooles to go, the reichwingnut pretend "christians"....

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  26. British Gary said...


    Bush keeps talking about 'working with the Dems' as though he has any choice in the matter now.......


    But when the right had the power he just dismissed them.

    He said it was either his way or the highway.

    Now he's mister "wanna play nice".

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  27. CNN is calling Tester the winner in Montana.....the AP already has.

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  28. Worf "when the right had the power he just dismissed them. He said it was either his way or the highway. Now he's mister "wanna play nice"."

    Typical bully mentality Worf.

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  29. I guess James Baker is gonna try to pull Bush's butt out of a fire once again.

    And getting rid of Dumsfeld was the FIRST step.

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  30. Here.

    This is for the trolls. Its a quickie but I'll still call it "Ode to the Trolls", lol.



    I used to be a happy troll

    Just working for the right

    But then we got our asses kicked

    One rainy Autumn night.



    We tried to stall and tried to cheat

    And tried to steal the vote

    But no one saw the end was near

    Our ship just could not float



    So now I'll try to hide my tears

    And try hard not to cry

    Cause Rummy's gone and Cheney's next

    And I just want to die.

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  31. This time the realists will eject the neo-cons.

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  32. I guess when you try to create reality instead of dealing with reality as it is, you get BURNED

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  33. I wonder if the change of the guard in congress will cause a night of the long knives in the pubie party

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  34. The little dictator known as "THE DECIDER" just had his wings clipped PERMANENTLY!

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  35. That was beautiful Worf:

    Its been some time since your prose and wisdom graced the pages of the blog in poetic style.

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  36. Tweety said the message of the dumsfeld for gates switch is a message to Dead Eye Bush does not want to listen to him any more.

    No wonder why they let him go hunting one again.

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  37. just listen to FOX NEWS talking heads

    they are DEPRESSED

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  38. isnt it it great when the tide turns and the Tsunami comes in and the lying fascists turn on each other and thrown the Neo Cons under the bus like little sacrificial lambs.

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  39. BTW worfeus YOU need to put that Phone number up again, a few trolls might really need it about now.

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  40. Welcome to Democracy Mr Bush.

    Must be a shock to the system ay?

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  41. Hey Troll Tex, after you make your donation to the DNC, i'd like to see the canceled check...............I hate to say I dont trust your word, but in the name of honesty I dont trust a slimy political operative like you!

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  42. The decider found out the American people really do decide in the end.

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  43. Hey TT wanna go double or nothing on the Senate LMAO!!!

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  44. The era of the idealogs is over..Tim Russert

    Hard headed pragmatists will take over
    Daddy's men Bob Gates and James Baker.

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  45. Clif,

    yes, Bush will HATE the neocons now.

    Poor Iraq never stood a chance,

    Bush went in for the oil (he's admitted it now)

    neocons went in for Israel

    talibangelists went in for the rapture (remember them CELEBRATING the imminent END OF THEIR LIVES when Israel invaded Lebanon?)

    bigbusiness went in for money

    Goosestepping rethugs who beleieve everything they're told went in for revenge

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  46. clif said...
    BTW worfeus YOU need to put that Phone number up again, a few trolls might really need it about now.


    You're right Clif. How insensitive of me.

    Trolls?

    Little trolls?

    Are you out there?


    Don't do anything rash.

    Call me...

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  47. Mike said...
    Hey TT wanna go double or nothing on the Senate LMAO!!!


    Like I told him, if I were a betting man I'd BET he is glad he didn't make that bet, LOL.

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  48. Brett Scowcroft said do not go into Iraq, and Bush snubbed him,

    Bob Gates was Scrowcrofts #2 man.

    Bush 43 is getting an intervention from Bush 41's administration

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  49. I wonder how Peter Pace is gonna react when Gates asks what he REALLY thinks.

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  50. Wheres that big mouth rusty shackleturd today huh?

    Where was he yesterday, huh?

    Not so damned cocky now, is he?

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  51. EVERYTHING we said was right.


    EVERYTHING they said was wrong.


    Screw RUMSFELD.

    He can eat crow for the rest of his life, the pompous arrogant fool.

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  52. One person who has been VINDICATED is Scott Ritter, who was against the Iraqi war, and has been proven right at every turn of this conflict.

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  53. And to any trolls who thought I'd be magnamanious in victory?

    Sorry losers.

    Nocando.

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  54. I also was reading rumors that Zalmay Khalilzad was going to quit his post soon, another repug neo-con is leaving maybe?

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  55. Well Worf TT in his arrogance said I accept that wager to me several weeks ago........bet he is looking for that post now to delete it.

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  56. Hey Worf howbout doctor freudeus von worfeus?

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  57. As far as the trolls, they have been WRONG on everything

    Bush

    Dumsfeld

    Iraq

    Iran

    facts

    reality


    and they need to be reminded of it until the kool aid wears off in about ten years.

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  58. clif said...
    One person who has been VINDICATED is Scott Ritter, who was against the Iraqi war, and has been proven right at every turn of this conflict.


    Scott Ritter is a HERO.

    Scott Ritter was right.

    And we've ALL been vindicated. Democracy works! Bush tried to change that. He tried to set up a republican regime that would rule for a thousand years.

    But he failed.

    Last night, he failed.

    And this morning, he is eating turf.

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  59. How old is Bush, its pretty sad when daddy still has to clean up the incompetent son's messes at 55-60, pathetic isnt it.

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  60. Worf, I liked the Lenny Bruce photo you had up.

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  61. From TPM election central;

    VA-SEN: Allen Deliberating Whether To Request Recount


    Will GOP Senator George Allen, who's currently trailing Dem Jim Webb by about 7,000 votes, request a recount, thus dragging out the question of who will control the Senate for at least another month? It seems that will depend on what kind of numbers come in for Allen after the official canvas is complete. Today's Richmond Times-Dispatch reports:

    A senior advisor to George Allen's Senate campaign said Allen would wait until after the vote is official later this month to decide whether to seek a recount.

    Ed Gillespie said Jim Webb was leading Allen by about 7,000 votes this morning, or about .3 percent of the total votes cast. He said that could change during the official canvas that is starting today in localities around the state. He said it is likely some vote totals will change as mistakes in tabulating totals are discovered....

    "We'll want to see how the canvassing turns out" before deciding on whether to ask for a recount, he said.

    It seems likely that the Allen camp has come to terms with the fact that a recount would almost certainly fail to overturn Webb's current 7,000-vote lead, and Allen probably won't ask for one unless the numbers shift substantially in Allen's favor. In other words, game's almost over. Or, as Webb put it late yesterday, "the votes are in, and we won."

    *******************************************

    They must KNOW they can not win the recount so are figgering if they can steal the election during a re-count.

    7100 votes out of 2.36 million is quite a margin to try to steal.

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  62. Mike said...
    Hey Worf howbout doctor freudeus von worfeus?


    Thats me.

    Trolls?

    Little trolls?

    Tell me about......your mother....

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  63. Worf said "But he failed.

    Last night, he failed.

    And this morning, he is eating turf."

    well I pictured him eating something else, I dont have a problem with him eating turf, but with all the BS he's been slinging for the past 6 years I figured he had plenty of that to eat!

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  64. He's eating TURD, not turf.

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  65. I can't help but notice the history channel is showing "The Fall of the Nazi party".


    Wonder if this was scheduled, or impromptu?

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  66. And the repugs do not have Jeb Bush, Kathrine Harris around to put their thumbs on the scale this time.

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  67. Lydia Cornell said...
    He's eating TURD, not turf.


    Holy crap, did Lydia say that?

    LOL.

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  68. A lot of repug trolls are eating the turds they threw around this year.

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  69. All those generals were right also that Bush and Rummy blackballed and slime like Rusty insulted and slandered, some of them sacrificed their jobs and a lifetime of dedicated military service for principles they truly believed in.

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  70. Lydia Cornell said...
    Worf, I liked the Lenny Bruce photo you had up.


    That wasn't Lenny Bruce.

    That was Harvey Lembeck, from the old Beach Blanket movies.

    Remember? He played "Eric Von Zipper"?

    I just was musing yesterday how Bush reminded me of Eric Von Zipper. Zipper used to "talk tough", but he couldn't win a fight to save his life, and EVERYTHING he touched he BROKE, lol.

    Seemed like a fitting comparison.

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  71. Wow, Lydia, you said that at the exact same time I did, we all must be on the same wavelength today or something.

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  72. I've come to the conclusion Republicanism brings out the worst in all of us.

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  73. clif said...
    And the repugs do not have Jeb Bush, Kathrine Harris around to put their thumbs on the scale this time.


    The funny thing about that rotten witch Katherine Harris, is that she funded her own campaign.

    I hear she spent most of her money.

    That means she'll need to write book.

    And since the Bush brothers spurned her, that book is not going to make them happy.

    This is just getting good.

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  74. Favorite comment of the night,

    Paul Begala: Limbaugh is a “Self-Discredited Drug-Addled Gasbag”

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  75. BTW Clif, I missed something I think.

    Did Jeb Bush LOSE???

    Tell me it ain't so...

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  76. British Gary said...
    I've come to the conclusion Republicanism brings out the worst in all of us.


    Not any more.

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  77. Clif "And the repugs do not have Jeb Bush, Kathrine Harris around to put their thumbs on the scale this time."

    Jeb and Kat can kiss and make up now. Having mortgaged her home, Kat needs whatever support she can get!

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  78. Jeb Bush was term limited, and HAS exactally a snowballs chance in hell of even getting elected again.

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  79. I dont think Jeb ran for Governor this year.

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  80. And the recount is in Virginia with Tom Kaine overseeing it, not the pResident's brother.

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  81. CNN is already running an article which is calling Dumsfeld out for his incompetence.

    Gen Shinseki MUST feel Vindicated today, along with about 8 or 10 other generals who were right and Dumsfeld dumped on them

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  82. BG, what do people in your country think of the repugs getting trounced yesterday?

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  83. its so nice to see the country say no to Fascism!

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  84. Mike from what I can tell Blair is nervous and the rest of the world is celebrating with the citizens of the USA for the return to real constitutional democracy here.

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  85. I was wrong. I said the History Channel is doing "The fall of the Nazi Party", but its actually doing a show on "NAZI'S IN AMERICA!".


    Nazi's in America.

    Now why would they be showing that?

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  86. where's FF? He left me such a sweet message on the previous thread.

    I am in love with him, he and his ilk are so extreme they just drove a LANDSLIDE victory for the Dems.

    In fact, I think I'll start a 'thank a Rethug' club. Our motto will be;

    "MOTIVATION is BIPARTISAN"

    FF, this could make my wife jealous so keep this quiet.
    More love, kisses and a big tender hug from across the pond
    Gary
    xx

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  87. The founding fathers can relax once again. The system they designed has worked once again and foiled another attempt to derail it from within.

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  88. They're doing a show on the rise of the Nazi Party in America in 1937, or "The Bund".

    How ironic.

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  89. CNN is reporting that Gen Peter Pace did not know until 10am that Dumsfeld was going, so NOBODY in Iraq "knew"

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  90. Now Dead Eye is as impotent politically as he is in real life, probably why he went hunting the other day, the only rifle of his that gets fired is the one he shoots allies with, lucky he was to much of a chickenhawk to go in the military if he did have the guts theres no telling how many soldiers would have been killed by friendly fire from old Dead Eye drunk and firing prematurely.

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  91. I wonder if they will let the Prescott Bush secret out of the bag on the history channel show?

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  92. Mike "BG, what do people in your country think of the repugs getting trounced yesterday?"

    It was a big 'up yours' to Bush and his war in Iraq.

    check this out;

    http://www.independent.co.uk/

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  93. BG said;

    In fact, I think I'll start a 'thank a Rethug' club.


    We should do something nice.

    We couldn't have done it without them.

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  94. Mike - you're right, you mean the turd comment?

    Worf - I can't believe that's Harvey Lembeck!! He was my first comedy teacher.

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  95. Worf, I posted your comment about the History channel. I don't care if it's not exact, it's very funny!!

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  96. Mike "lucky he was to much of a chickenhawk to go in the military if he did have the guts theres no telling how many soldiers would have been killed by friendly fire from old Dead Eye drunk and firing prematurely."

    LOL you guys are too funny!

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  97. Bush pretended that he had already decided to fire Rummy. what a liar! The other day he said: "Rummy, you're doing a FANTASTIC job!"

    Today he says he didn't have time to fire him yet.

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  98. I wonder if the secret Service took Dead Eye's shotgun away from him last night just in case.

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  99. "Americas Damning verdict on Bush, Great" headline Gary.

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  100. A Vote of No Confidence

    The American midterm elections are a vote of no confidence in the Bush administration. In a parliamentary system, these results would lead to a change in government; in our presidential system it should lead to a change in policy. Whether this occurs will determine whether Bush remains relevant to the conduct of the nation’s foreign policy.

    It is coming from BOTH sides of the Atlantic.

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  101. Lydia Cornell (Or "She-Ra" as she is now known) said...
    Bush pretended that he had already decided to fire Rummy. what a liar! The other day he said: "Rummy, you're doing a FANTASTIC job!"

    Today he says he didn't have time to fire him yet.


    Yea, and Cheney said "full steam ahead".

    Guess Cheney will have to "let off a little steam". Or is it gas?

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  102. And Bush said Rummy was staying till the end of his term.

    He said that LAST WEEK?

    What a difference a day makes, huh?

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  103. No Lydia I think they played it, IF the house really went democratic. Dumsfeld would go before the dems took the gavel from Denny.

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  104. I think the Senate is a real surprise to EVERYBODY.

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  105. Remember
    MOTIVATION is BIPARTISAN.

    Bush wants to work with the Dems now.

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  106. This paragraph from the article I posted is telling how the shrub operates.

    The first sign of whether such change is forthcoming will be whether Bush accepts the resignation of Donald Rumsfeld — or demands it if Rumsfeld fails to offer it. Of course, Bush pledged to keep his secretary of defense before the election. But that was then, this is now. Remember, Bush also said that FEMA Director Michael Brown was doing “a heckova job” in responding to Hurricane Katrina — and Brown was gone days later.

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  107. Lydia,

    any idea when I'll receive my set of series one discs of TCFC?

    I ordered them on the 19th October

    Nothing's arrived yet.

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  108. Lydia Cornell said...


    Worf - I can't believe that's Harvey Lembeck!! He was my first comedy teacher.


    You knew Harvey Lembeck?

    I loved him as a kid as Eric Von Zipper. We used to impersonate him all the time.

    "You stoooopids" and "Eric Von Zipper adores you, and when Eric Von Zipper adores you, you stay adored", lol.

    Lembeck was cool.

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  109. British Gary said...
    Bush wants to work with the Dems now.



    Yea. Last week he was calling them cowards and "cut-n-runners".

    Last week he said "they want the terrorists to win".

    Wonder if he thinks we forgot?

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  110. Yea the history channel is showing how the Nazi's and NeoNazi's crept into American society in the past.

    Wonder why they're showing that today?

    BAWAHAHAHAHHAHHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHA

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  111. But I must admit I am disappointed in our troll friends.

    I thought they'd have more stuff than this.

    If we lost, you KNOW we'd still be here. Guess they're sore losers too, just like we knew they'd be.

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  112. I hope they're not doing anything rash.


    Hey trolls. Use the number if you need it.

    Its there for you.

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  113. Gary remember when you asked abouty the two Lt Cols, here is the story of both their deaths,

    11/06/06 DoD Identifies Army Casualties (Part 2)
    Lt. Col. Paul J. Finken, 40, of Mason City, Iowa....assigned to the 1st Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell, Ky...died Nov. 2 in Baghdad, Iraq, of injuries suffered when an IED...


    11/06/06 DoD Identifies Army Casualties (Part 3)
    Lt. Col. Eric J. Kruger, 40, of Garland, Texas...assigned to the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, Fort Carson, Colorado...died Nov. 2 in Baghdad, Iraq, of injuries suffered when an IED detonated near their vehicles

    Link for both

    Ltc Finken probably was the battalion commander, and Ltc Kruger was either the executive officer or operations officer for the brigade, both not easily replaced in a combat zone.

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  114. If Barry Mcafferty is saying Dumsfeld made 'misjudgments', does that mean Dead Eye and the idiot also made misjudgments?

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  115. The long knives seem to be going on in London also;

    UK's Iraq policy 'a rank disaster'


    British policy in Iraq has been a "rank disaster", a former diplomat told MPs on Wednesday as he pledged to reveal secret evidence about the war.

    Carne Ross - who quit the Foreign Office in protest at the war - said foreign policy should be measured on its effectiveness at relieving suffering.

    "If that's your measure of policy it has been a rank disaster in terms of bloodshed," he told the foreign affairs select committee.

    "By that measure, the invasion has been a much greater disaster even than Suez."

    Mr Ross, who was based in the US in the years leading up to the invasion, left the Foreign Office after giving evidence to Lord Butler's inquiry.

    And he told the committee that despite legal advice that it could leave him in breach of the Official Secrets Act, he would provide it with the evidence he gave.

    He was giving evidence as part of the committee's examination of the Foreign Office's strategy paper.

    The MPs also heard from senior ex-diplomats including Sir Jeremy Greenstock, who was the UK's ambassador to the United Nations and then Tony Blair's special envoy in Iraq.

    He said Iraq had become a "great cause" that had helped terrorist groups to recruit fresh members and said the world was "not yet safer from terrorism" as a result of the invasion.

    "Because of the security deficit in Iraq, terrorists are able to to operate there as they might not have done under Saddam Hussein," Sir Jeremy said. "If the situation continues or deteriorates further, there will be a longer-term opportunity for al Qaida to commit terrorist attacks in Iraq...and harden their people in battle."

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  116. Mike "BG, what do people in your country think of the repugs getting trounced yesterday?"


    Mike, go crooksandliars and scroll down to about the fourth segment 'reactions from across the atlantic'

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  117. Worf said "Lydia Cornell said...


    Worf - I can't believe that's Harvey Lembeck!! He was my first comedy teacher.


    You knew Harvey Lembeck?

    I loved him as a kid as Eric Von Zipper. We used to impersonate him all the time.

    "You stoooopids" and "Eric Von Zipper adores you, and when Eric Von Zipper adores you, you stay adored", lol.

    Lembeck was cool."

    Ok this was probably before my time, but i'm curious, when was Eric Von Zipper on?

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  118. there's actually been tons of shows on the rise of the Nazi's on CNN, History chanel etc...

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  119. Eric Von Zipper was the leader of the motorcycle club in the "Beach Party" movies with Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon

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  120. I watched all of them when I was a kid.

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  121. Clif,

    thanks for the update re. two more tragedies.

    Check these out, the signatures are growing over time....

    http://edmi.parliament.uk/EDMi/
    EDMDetails.aspx?EDMID=29303&SESSION=875

    http://edmi.parliament.uk/EDMi/
    EDMDetails.aspx?EDMID=29769&SESSION=875

    http://edmi.parliament.uk/EDMi/
    EDMDetails.aspx?EDMID=29958&SESSION=875

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  122. Gary are those calls to investigate the Iraqi war and Blairs handling if it?

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  123. was he like a Don Knotts type character or something?

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  124. Clif, we don't even have debates on Iraq in Britain thanks to Blair the COWARD WAR CRIMINAL FASCIST!

    This is why parliament members are having to resort to this:

    http://edmi.parliament.uk/EDMi/
    EDMDetails.aspx?EDMID=31466&SESSION=875

    Mike, you still really think it's a lot worse in America? Not with Blair as Bushco's puppet it's not!

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  125. You know Gary and Clif, I cant believe Blair hasnt been removed from power LONG AGO, the british people are more against this war than even the American people are, and he has been Bush's stooge for years, I cant see how he wasnt removed from power?

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  126. Clif, yes.

    Early Day Motions are used to stimulate a full parliamentary discussion on a topic

    e.g. topics the Prime Marauder doesn't want to discuss and is avoiding.

    It's like a list of senators who are creating an agenda for discussion on the floor with everyone in attendance.

    EDM's force an issue into debate and reflect the feelings of MP's. EDM's also reveal who, how many and WHY.

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  127. BG, I had no idea Blair was transforming your country into a fascist police state also, they are doing the sneaky stealth taxes here as well, like putting camera's a red lights and ticketing when the light is yellow to bring in lots of revenue without having to raise taxes on the wealthy elite.

    I fight that corupt BS though I ordered something you spray on your license plate that makes it unreadable to those cameras........screw the fascists and the horse they rode in on.

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  128. Mike,

    I think I answered this question for you before. Incumbents are always nearly impossible to remove before an election because they are propped up by many powerful means.

    Another way of understanding your own query:

    You know Mike and Clif, I cant believe Bush hasnt been removed from power LONG AGO, the American people are more against this war than ever before, and he has been Blairs puppetmaster for years, I cant see how he wasnt removed from power?

    When you understand the answer to that you'll understand why we still have Blair.

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  129. Eric Von Zipper was a caricature of the motorcycle club leader of that time.

    And what Worfeus said about him is correct, he was bumbling and inept, but comical unlike Bush.

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  130. BG, do you think there will be hearings to investigate the reasons for going to war in the first place?

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  131. Mike said;

    Ok this was probably before my time, but i'm curious, when was Eric Von Zipper on?

    Go rent a copy of "Beach Blanket Bingo", or "Beach Party".

    Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello, Deborah Wally, Paul Lynde, Harvey Lembeck.

    Good clean fun (with a lot of T & A).

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  132. Oh look, Rummy is saying his goodbyes.

    I'm getting all misty.

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  133. Mike "BG, I had no idea Blair was transforming your country into a fascist police state also"

    Mike, it's another reason I'm here. I watch what happens to you, hey presto 3 months later it happens to me.

    Special Relationship.

    Kinda like the one I'm developing with FF right now. I just mentioned his name again, I felt my heart RACE. My breath is pounding in my throat! God I am in love! FF, talk to me. SAY SOMETHING. I miss him SO MUCH already. Motivation is bipartisan so come MOTIVATE me BIG BOY.

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  134. FF is out buying a new supply of keyboards.

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  135. Jack Murth's giving them hell now.

    Go MURTHA

    Go MURTHA

    Go MURTHA

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  136. FF is having difficulty swallowing all that has transpired lately...........he needs some pointers from Foley or Haggard :D

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  137. Mike "BG, do you think there will be hearings to investigate the reasons for going to war in the first place?"

    Now more than ever before! Blair has just lost his absolute congressional protection and my MP will know that AND HE WON'T BE ALONE!
    Just wait until cong. oversight begins and Blairs complicit lies are illuminated by the light of it. The EDM's show MP's are pissed about Blair. Blair has already said he will go a year early but I think depending on how soon your oversight begins, so will ours.

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  138. Tweety thinks Georgie is making decisions all on his own SIX YEARS after assuming the office of the President of this country.


    REAL ENCOURAGING THERE SON.

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  139. You know, if I don't hear from the new love in my life soon, I'm going to start calling it "troll Tuesday"

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  140. Black Tuesday for the trolls.

    They laughed, scoffed, ridiculed, strutted, touted, bullied and boasted.

    Look at them now.

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  141. To broken to face us.

    Oh how the mighty and proud have fallen.

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  142. And as for us little dogs?

    ARF ARF.

    Gotcha!

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  143. you don't think it's their ego that took a bruising do you?

    Trolls never struck me as the arrogant type.

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  144. Remember FF, TT, Volt...

    The numbers there if you need it.

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  145. British Gary said...
    you don't think it's their ego that took a bruising do you?

    Trolls never struck me as the arrogant type.


    I am assuming sarcasm here.

    Arrogance was their mantra.

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  146. They thought they were untouchable.

    They were wrong.

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  147. Sarcasm in BUCKETS Worf.

    I think I know a way to bring them back. I do want to say 'thankyou' to FF after all.

    I'll wear American Flag underpants the wrong way up. Then FF can remove them and spank me for being naughty.

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  148. TT coming in here, strutting like a prancing peacock...."I'll bet 10,000 dollars that we win blah blah blah"

    Lucky for TT I don't gamble.

    Or he'd be selling his El Camino right about now.

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  149. British Gary said...



    I'll wear American Flag underpants the wrong way up. Then FF can remove them and spank me for being naughty.


    Ohhhh Behaaave....

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  150. 11/06/06 DoD Identifies Army Casualties (Part 2)
    Lt. Col. Paul J. Finken, 40, of Mason City, Iowa....assigned to the 1st Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell, Ky...died Nov. 2 in Baghdad, Iraq, of injuries suffered when an IED...


    11/06/06 DoD Identifies Army Casualties (Part 3)
    Lt. Col. Eric J. Kruger, 40, of Garland, Texas...assigned to the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, Fort Carson, Colorado...died Nov. 2 in Baghdad, Iraq, of injuries suffered when an IED detonated near their vehicles


    Posthumous Promotions. They were staff officers from the two battalions doing a left seat/right seat ride or what civs would know as a battlefield handoff. One Battalion leaving, another coming in and learning the ropes. For OPSEC purposes wont disclose much else. My primary mission is protecting convoys that supply the small camp they operate out of in Ramadi. It was too close to them going home to lose somebody like that. They were on one of those dangerous Baghdad trips from Ramadi. 1/506th is the battalion of Band of Brothers fame. Very prestigious, respected battalion in the Army. And to lose senior officers from both battlalions during that process is especially damaging, as anyone could guess.

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  151. TT arogantly proclaimed the senate is a lock for repugs it will NEVER flip democrat............the delusional Texan was probably waiting for Chenney to do his best Darth Sideous impression and bellow "I AM THE SENATE" too bad for delusional Texan that Cheney is now as impotent in the Senate as he is in real life.........Cheney may as well sit in the corner with a pointy dunce cap on for the rest of the wanna be "DECIDER"S" lame duck term LMAO!!!!!!!

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  152. hi Marcus,

    sorry to hear of yet more deaths. At least rummy is gone now, how are the troops reacting to the incoming Robert Gates?

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  153. From both CNN and MSNBC it looks like Bush wants to put Dead Eye out to pasture, and accept daddy's calvary charge to save him.

    Jim Baker and Bob gates being the beginning of that calvary charge.
    and the neo-cons getting drummed out for their incompetence and failures.

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  154. Or as Josh Marshall puts it;

    So here's one question: where do they put the key they just used to lock Dick Cheney back up in that undisclosed location?

    -- Josh Marshall

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  155. Here we are celebrating and Marcus reminds us of what its all about.

    I got in this for one reason and one reason only. To stop the senseless killing.

    And I won't rest until the troops are out of Iraq, and the truth of what happened on 911, and all those responsible are brought to justice.

    America doesn't invade small countries and occupy them like Russia or China. We are Americans. We are the good guys. And its time we started acting like it.

    We got Congress. Now lets get the troops home.

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  156. British Gary said...
    hi Marcus,

    sorry to hear of yet more deaths. At least rummy is gone now, how are the troops reacting to the incoming Robert Gates?


    Hello Gary,
    I dont know I've been running convoys for the past few days. Just got to see the election results a couple of hours ago. I yelled so loud in the chow hall everyone looked at me like I was crazy. I couldnt help it. I've had the biggest shit-eating grin on my face since then. And then to get the news that the SOD is resigning. Just gives us hope that something might change. That I may get to look forward to seeing my son grow up in person and not through photographs. That my wife and I may have something more to look forward to than our next deployment. That's what it means to us. But right now it's all about surviving the next few months.

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  157. Ohhhh Behaaave....

    Never!

    Why shouldn't I enjoy a little physical play with FF?
    I'm in love. FF types will even help Dems get the SENATE! You'll see. They've motivated SO MANY.

    Where would we all be without FF? We all owe him a huge debt of gratitude. And I for one give him my heart.
    xx

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  158. clif said...
    From both CNN and MSNBC it looks like Bush wants to put Dead Eye out to pasture, and accept daddy's calvary charge to save him.


    Save him???? I think he's trying to save our country.

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  159. Bush has been saying that "we will stand down when the Iraqi people stand up".

    But I think its more like "The Iraqi people will stand up when we stand down".

    The insurgency is turning into a civil war. It originally was because of us, and they were killing collaborators. Problem is, the Collaborators are from one sect, and the insurgents are mostly from the other. The more they kill, the more likelihood of sectarian war.

    If you want to believe America was an invited guest into Iraq (i.e you are a republican) then ok, just think of us as that guest who just won't leave.

    Party's over, but we're still in a corner drinking rum and coke.

    Its time to go, and let the people who live their clean up the mess we made.

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  160. BG, I was trying to mimic Austin Powers, our American British comedy.

    Lol.

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  161. Tom, Jim Baker was the leader of the charge in Florida in 2000 which put the Idiot in Office in the first place and got us all in this mess.

    Baker is simply trying to salvage as much as he can for the BIG oil backers of Baker and Bush senior. They would have loved to have the neo-con agenda to have worked, but since it didn't they are trying to save what they can.

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  162. Marcus "But right now it's all about surviving the next few months."

    or DAYS Marcus, the tolls high again this month. Keep your head down.

    I'm glad for you and Brit troops I really am! Gave a good yell in the hall did you? Bloody great stuff! Keep the grin! We've all earned it, you and your wife far more than most. Lets hope there will be troop reductions soon.

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  163. doctor freudeus von worfeus said...
    Bush has been saying that "we will stand down when the Iraqi people stand up".


    They are standing up. According to the reports I see on AFN 85% of Iraq is under Iraqi control. As a matter of fact, one IA Battalion was just given complete tactical control as an equal coalition partner of one of the most dangerous sections of Ramadi.

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  164. Tom are the Iraqi units complete with logistical capabilities?

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  166. clif said...
    Tom, Jim Baker was the leader of the charge in Florida in 2000 which put the Idiot in Office in the first place and got us all in this mess.

    Baker is simply trying to salvage as much as he can for the BIG oil backers of Baker and Bush senior. They would have loved to have the neo-con agenda to have worked, but since it didn't they are trying to save what they can.


    That's very true. I didnt say they reasons they were trying to save the country were at all altruistic.

    I've enjoyed watching the NeoCons throw each other under the bus with the big Iraq or Bust banner on it, over the past month. Everyone of them, including Perle, has basically said, "Yeah, Iraq...that was a really bad idea. It wasnt my idea though. Why is everyone looking at me?"

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  167. Marcus, I was just going to ask you what the troops reaction was to the election, but you allready answered that question.

    Like I said before it sickens me that there are no regulations forbidding BOTH parents from being actively deployed in a war zone, thats not fair to you or the child.

    Stay safe and hopefully you'll be coming home fairly soon!

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  168. Basically we have the old school repugs throwing the neo-cons under the bus, to save the repugs for the future.

    The old school understood you could not undertake an invasion of another country on an ideological basis ignoring historical military and political trends and complexities.

    Bush Cheney Dumsfeld and the neo-cons thought they could, thus IRAQ.

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  169. clif said...
    Tom are the Iraqi units complete with logistical capabilities?


    Thats the one caveat I wanted to throw in there. They rely heavily upon us to deliver and acquire their supplies. Part of my run is delivering to an IA camp. They used to want to throw IA vehicles in my convoy. I refused everytime. How are they going to take over their country if they cant move Xkm to pick up supplies. I think they are really close to operating on their own. Thanks to the hard work of MiTTs (military transition teams).

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  170. Marcus,
    I think what we are seeing now are the AEI, the Hudson Institute and PNAC swirling once, twice and disappearing down the U-bend.

    From ThinkProgress, Gates has already called for DIRECT talks with Iran. Also,
    “Owing to his senior status in the CIA, Gates was close to many figures who played significant roles in the Iran/contra affair and was in a position to have known of their activities.”

    Right now I'm not sure if that snippet is a good thing or not. OK, so he knows them but he was involved in the Iran/contra affair? WTF?

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  171. Tom with NO logistical capabilities, the Iraqi army is in the same boat the Vietnamese were in in 1973.

    And either we keep propping them up doing the hard part of beans and bullets with delivery included, or it all collapses.

    They have to either admit that or they are setting up another total failure.

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  172. Most people do not know it is 14-15 logistical troops for every war fighter.

    The Iraqi's could proly cut that number down to 5 to 6, but with NO logistical capabilities they are paid mercenaries, and nothing more, definitely NOT a real army that can stand up on their own.

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  173. clif said...
    Tom with NO logistical capabilities, the Iraqi army is in the same boat the Vietnamese were in in 1973.

    And either we keep propping them up doing the hard part of beans and bullets with delivery included, or it all collapses.

    They have to either admit that or they are setting up another total failure.

    tompaine said...
    I think they are really close to operating on their own. Thanks to the hard work of MiTTs (military transition teams).


    OPSEC...Like I said I think they are very close.

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  174. Clif "Bush Cheney Dumsfeld and the neo-cons thought they could, thus IRAQ."

    I disagree Clif, I think they are NOT at all THAT stupid. They knew EXACTLY what they were doing and are VERY INTELLIGENT.

    Their aim was securing Israel from the threat of Iraq by creating a never-ending sectarian war in Iraq that will keep the country in the stone-age.

    Then disappear into the background. Job's a good 'un and we'll never hear from them again just like the Mossad agents after they filmed the towers coming down.

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  175. british gary said...
    Then disappear into the background. Job's a good 'un and we'll never hear from them again just like the Mossad agents after they filmed the towers coming down.


    So, I'm not the only crazy person that believes 9-11 and 7-7 were acts committed by Mossad just like the USS Liberty in '67.

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  176. Gary, I see the Neo-cons actually BELIEVED their own spin, other wise NO reason NOT to plan for phase 4 operations, and secure the country and actually prevent the current senario.

    Too many of them have the HUBRIS disease..and it is fatal when it is used in connection with reality, because hubris claims it can trump reality, but as we all know reality always wins in the end.

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  177. No BG, I disagree, I think Israel was the side benefit of invading Iraq, but the REAL reason was oil, they wanted American companies to make fortunes developing Iraqi oil and the only way to give the American energy giants access to developing or aquiring that oil was to overthrow the hostile anti-USA Saddam regime same thing for Iran!

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  178. Tom I think the Israeli Mossad found out what al Quaeda was up to and decided to take advantage of it.

    Thus they were around where the al quaeda operatives were, but just waited for the operation to proceed and then step up and offer assistance.

    which of course allowed then to influence the Iraqi gambit the Neo-coins wanted all along

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  179. Tom Paine said;

    So, I'm not the only crazy person that believes 9-11 and 7-7 were acts committed by Mossad just like the USS Liberty in '67.

    Well I don't know what happened on 911, but I have a feeling what they're telling me happened is not what happened.

    Is it too much to ask for some real independent investigations into the biggest attack on American soil in our history?

    Is that too much too ask?

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  180. that makes sense Clif, it actually makes a lot of sense!

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  181. Neo Con=Likkud
    There is no difference. Their only objective is the security of Israel. The rest of the world, including the US, be damned.

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  182. Now that the dems are in power, lets see if they have what it takes to get the job done.

    The first thing they need to do is get the troops out of Iraq in as safe and timely a manner possible.

    The second is open investigations into HOW we went into Iraq.

    After that, investigations into 911 would be in order.

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  183. The Neo-con connected mossad did not have to do anything OVERT which could be traced back to Israel, just sit back and watch, and when it was going into operation, get the right story up for American consumption about Iraq and the middle east, ala islamofascism.

    and with the 9-11 operation they made sure to "protect" that which they could not accept losing.

    Everything else was allowed to go Osama's way, because it played into their plans.

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  184. BTW, Bush choked today.

    If he was smart, he would have let Rummy go months ago. But his stubborness, and his HUBRIS, calling Democrats the paryty of "cut and run" and stating "democrats want the terrorists to win", cost the republicans thier omnipotence, and now they're just impotent.

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  185. Bush let Rummy go this morning because he's afraid. He's afraid of the upcoming investigations and he wants to play nice now, and perhaps dissuade some of the probes into the monarchy he ruled over for the last 6 years.

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  186. doctor freudeus von worfeus said...
    Now that the dems are in power, lets see if they have what it takes to get the job done.

    The first thing they need to do is get the troops out of Iraq in as safe and timely a manner possible.

    The second is open investigations into HOW we went into Iraq.

    After that, investigations into 911 would be in order.


    All America wants is a little frickin accountability. It that too much to ask? When America basically throws your party out of office because they cant throw you out of office because you're the president and not up for election, that has to be emasculating. It's like the party wan an effigy of the president.

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  187. Rumsfeld stepping down
    President taps ex-CIA chief Gates to replace embattled defense secretary
    NBC, MSNBC and news services
    Updated: 4 minutes ago

    WASHINGTON - Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld stepped down as defense secretary on Wednesday, one day after midterm elections in which opposition to the war in Iraq contributed to heavy Republican losses.

    Source: Cheney stuck by Rumsfeld
    But a source told NBC News’ military analyst Bill Arkin that prior to the election, Vice President Dick Cheney argued with other politicians over whether Rumsfeld should stay. White House Chief of Staff Josh Bolten and others said Rumsfeld should be removed, the source said. Both sides agreed the decision would be made after the election, when Bush would make the final call based on how Republicans did.

    According to the source, Bush agreed Rumsfeld should be removed after seeing election results favoring Democrats. Cheney then lost another argument, protesting Gates’ nomination as Rumsfeld’s replacement.

    Rumsfeld, 74, was in his second tour of duty as defense chief. He first held the job a generation ago, when he was appointed by President Ford.

    Whatever confidence Bush retained in Rumsfeld, the Cabinet officer’s support in Congress had eroded significantly. Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., the House speaker-in-waiting, said at her first postelection news conference that Bush should replace the top civilian leadership at the Pentagon.

    And Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, who had intervened in the past to shore up support for Rumsfeld, issued a statement saying, “Washington must now work together in a bipartisan way — Republicans and Democrats — to outline the path to success in Iraq.”

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  188. So like I said before the delusional Texan was probably waiting for Chenney to do his best Darth Sideous impression and bellow "I AM THE SENATE" too bad for delusional Texan that Cheney is now as impotent in the Senate as he is in real life.........Cheney may as well sit in the corner with a pointy dunce cap on for the rest of the wanna be "DECIDER"S" lame duck term LMAO!!!!!!!

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  189. Yes, Worf, I am glad you didn't accept the wager, but had you accepted it, I would have payed up - to the DNC.

    I guess Mike is still looking for our wager.

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  190. Lookie Tiny who was COMPLETELY wrong shows yup. How does it feel son, to LOSE and be wrong about it.

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  191. if you didnt delete it Troll Tex i'll find it.............................................but let me just ask, why you would agree to pay the DNC "IF" you allegedly never made this wager as you claim, you know damn well that in a moment of arrogant bravado you said I ACCEPT the wager.

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  192. btw Troll Tex are you reduced to impotently monitored the blog, because it sure looks like my comment drew you out from your lurking?

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  193. I scranned this blog this morning, and just a few minutes ago. What's the matter? Unhappy that I don't stay here 24/7 like you?

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  194. BTW tiny, Jay cost looks like an IDIOT doesn't he?


    Tiny said:

    Jumping the Shark


    By Jay Cost

    Just yesterday, Charlie Cook updated his race rankings. I have to say, I think he might have jumped the shark.



    Charlie Cook was about spot on, Jay Cost WRONG

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  195. TalllTexan said...
    Yes, Worf, I am glad you didn't accept the wager, but had you accepted it, I would have payed up - to the DNC.


    Well if you're feeling bad about it or something I'll be happy to take the 10 grand off your hands.

    It must have been burning a hole in your pocket.

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  196. Mike,

    Are you mentally retarded?

    why are you a fat assed pig who can't get laid because he is impotent from being overweight

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  197. Worf,

    You are a fucking inbred hillbilly

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  198. Tiny said...

    I don't think Pelosi will be the next speaker because the GOP will retain control, but I will say this: be carefull in what you wish for. I think Pelosi as speaker would hurt the Dems for than anyone.


    Tell me tiny does CROW taste good?

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  199. Look are trolls are reduced to a couple of foul mouthed retarded 6th grade thugs, they have nothing to say but childish namecalling and insults.

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