As for Bush’s future actions in Iraq, Murtha was blunt: “He’s not going to
go on with this war.”
Saturday, November 11, 2006
All this is a long prelude to our thinking the unthinkable.
Is Karl Rove even more of an evil genuis than we think? Did he and Bush
just produce an election flop...on purpose?
Is Karl Rove not the evil genius we all thought he was, or is he brilliant
beyond the reckoning power of us mere mortals? Whatever the strategery, the
more we look at it, the more we think that Bush's difficult next two years may
work out slightly better for him with a Democratic Congress.
… called to tell me to expect a gift subscription to Time Magazine now that
I will be able to read the news with hope and joy again.
I know that may not seem like a lot to you, but to me it was just the
Thanks, Doug, and to all my other friends back home in El Paso who
regularly practice random acts of kindness.
MSM publications, a random act of kindness? One never knows though I do not think there is anything random about their reporting.
Now they can read the news with hope and joy again……
Isn’t that just the sweetest thing?
These people aren’t serious, but they are reflective of a large segment of the American voting public these days. That is a problem. If they are so shallow that reading Time magazine during a Republican administration is too painful, they shouldn’t vote.
I am not a fan of many publications, because I have come to understand their agenda which is seldom the same as mine, but I read. I read as much as I can. It is important to know what those you disagree with are thinking.
There are many that only read what they perceive as verifying what they believe is correct in their world. Thus we have fever swamps of “media” that perpetuates “news” that has been proven a lie.
I mean, al Jazeera is just the sweetest thing, don’t you think?
Waxman Set to Probe Areas of Bush Gov't
Nov 10 3:54 PM US/Eastern
The Democratic congressman who will investigate the Bush administration's running of the government says there are so many areas of possible wrongdoing, his biggest problem will be deciding which ones to pursue.
There's the response to Hurricane Katrina, government contracting in Iraq and on homeland security, political interference in regulatory decisions by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Food and Drug Administration, and allegations of war profiteering, Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif., told the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce.
"I'm going to have an interesting time because the Government
Reform Committee has jurisdiction over everything," Waxman said Friday, three days after his party's capture of Congress put him in line to chair the panel. "The most difficult thing will be to pick and choose."
Among the issues that should have been investigated but weren't, Waxman contended, were the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse scandal, the controversy over the leak of CIA operative Valerie Plame's name, and the pre-Iraq war use of intelligence.
Bush blew up dikes - lit the fuses
Bush poisoned the earth - personally
Bush poisoned our food - personally
Bush's real name is Halliburton
Bush was in drag dressed as Lynndie English in uniform
Bush borrowed cell phones to leak Plame's name because Wilson dressed better
Bush who is really Rove implanted thoughts in Pelosi, Reid, Schummer, et al forcing them to hate Saddam
Bush isn't smart enough to be
Future veterans, now serving in the WOT are distressed this Veterans Day. Pelosi in and Rumsfeld out has turned their world upside down. Their mission in foreign countries is important not to just the country, but also, in a personal way, to them.
I ask everyone to take time to day to write, pray and support our veterans.
And their mission.