Sunday, October 29, 2006

Relax and Let Mother Do the Work

Friends, don't waste your valuable time researching talking points so you can debunk the never-ending crap you hear from the neo-cons and Bush lovers in your life.
Now you can use this handy timeline from Mother Jones that points out when the Bush administration lied and what they lied about.

Lies and the Fucking Liars Who Told Them

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Just Wait

If you think BushCo has fucked us over pretty well as of now, just wait till after the election when he loses his strangle hold on the Senate and Congress.
The little dictator isn't going to like hearing the word no- so you better gird your loins and tank up your car before the election results.
We're all about to see what happens when a delusional dry drunk isn't give his way.

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Bush's Message Gets a Facelift

Stay The Course
Stay The Course
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Never mind.
We Are Flexible
We Are Flexible
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We Are Flexible...

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Sunday, October 22, 2006


The Democrats will most likely be taking over again, if not the Senate then certainly Congress. But let's not get too giddy or complacent yet.
If there's early voting in your area- grab it.
If not, be sure to make time to vote on election day.
After years of just saying fuck you to the GOP, this is finally the time to actually start fucking them back.
Go get 'em, readers.

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Are These People Living in a Parallel Universe?

Rush Limbaugh interviewed Dick Cheney on his show yesterday. At one point, admitted narcotic abuser Limbaugh asked Dick to respond to reports of growing frustration over the war in Iraq.

Dick acknowledged there is a “natural level of concern out there” because fighting didn’t end “instantaneously.”

Dick then cited various news snippets to paint a positive picture of conditions in Iraq and concluded, “If you look at the general overall situation, they’re doing remarkably well.”

By next month, the war will have lasted longer than U.S. fighting in World War II.

Remarkably well?
I don't know how these wackos can speak without bursting into laughter.

Monday, October 16, 2006

Bloggy Round-up

1. I've decided to vote for Democrat Chris Bell for Governor of Texas. I listened to Kinky Friedman and sort of liked him until I found out he voted for G.W. Bush, not once but twice. Anyone that goddamned stupid doesn't deserve my vote.

2. I have a new criteria for dating.
She must be Google-able and the Google results must be positive.

3. I love my new job. It's a dream come true. My boss likes me and I think I may be getting a promotion and raise soon. They give me money every two weeks and I don't have to ask them for it, unlike some of my former freelance clients.

Friday, October 13, 2006

Yes, the Christian Right are Just as Stupid and Gullible
As They Seem

Stupid Chumps

Thursday, October 12, 2006

Katie Couric's Meteoric Crash

I read in the news today that Katie Couric's ratings are rapidly slipping down the drain.
In week one, she wasted the only first impression she'll ever get to make by lobbing Bush softball questions.
Anyone in the media who's still willing to lick Bush's balls on national TV -after all he's done to ruin the country- deserves to be pushed into obscurity.
She may end up on one of those late night infomercials, selling patriotic knickknacks or commemorative shit with eagles and red, white and blue all over it, but she's not a newsperson, never has been a newsperson, and never will be a newsperson.
I gave her a chance, like millions of others did, but she chose to blow it on trying to make Bush look good.
Adios, Mofo.

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

It's the Platform

I know, I know, the Democrats have behaved like a bunch of spineless, wimpy victims, letting the fat pedophile bullies over at the GOP kick sand in their faces and club them with Christ.
But I'm still a Democrat.
Why? Because more Democrats than Republicans support my views on:
Gay rights
Stem Cell Research
Separation of Church & State
Diplomacy Before War
The Constitution

Yes, we need some Democrats with balls.
But when we hear or read of a Democrat taking a ballsy position on an issue, who among us is first to call or write and encourage them?
We get what we demand, folks.

Sunday, October 08, 2006

Chickenshit Bush Brother Hides in Closet to Escape Protesters

This is hilarious:

PITTSBURGH (Oct. 7) - Florida Gov. Jeb Bush got a rude welcome to the city when he came across several anti-Republican protesters on his way to a fundraising event for U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum.

Authorities said the president's brother was briefly ushered into a supply closet at a subway station Friday, retreating with a security guard and a female aide to get away from the protesters. The picketers were marching to the exclusive Duquesne Club downtown where Santorum, R-Pa., was holding a fundraiser.

Bush was walking near the subway stop when several dozen pickets "tailed him and stayed with him and went into the Wood Street station," said Bob Grove, spokesman for the Port Authority of Allegheny County.

"(Bush) was quickly getting out of the way and not wanting to engage us," protester Jon Vandenburgh, a researcher for the United Steelworkers, told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

About six or seven officers responded to control the crowd, Grove said, while approximately 75 protesters remained on the street.

Two officers used their stun guns on a pair of protesters who "were asked to leave but did not go," Grove said. "It was a very tense situation. They were very close to the governor and shouting on top of him," Grove said.
The whole incident lasted about five minutes. No one was arrested or cited, Grove said. Bush was not injured.

A spokeswoman for the governor's office said Bush was taking a walk in Pittsburgh when his security detail from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement saw the protesters.

"The agents took an alternate route to get around them. The governor was safe at all times and had full confidence in the FDLE agents who were with him," Bush spokeswoman Alia Faraj said Saturday..."

HA HA HA HA- things are starting to get real for the Bush clan. I guess hiding in a closet is becoming a GOP habit.

Saturday, October 07, 2006

Big Sis's Turn

Today I'll let an excerpt from an e-mail I got from my big sister summing up recent events be my blog entry:

Hillary summed it up perfectly when asked for her opinion on the whole mess:
"The Republicans are in charge, they created this mess, and its their job to clean it up."
Pontius Pilate couldn't have said it any better.

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Ya Think??

"If they get to me it looks like they could affect our election as well."
- J. DENNIS HASTERT, who is trying to keep his post as speaker of the House..."

The guy's job is to keep Congress Reps in line.
He knew about Mark Foley trying to diddle teen boys way before the story exploded in the news, yet he did nothing.
If a firefighter stands by watching as a house burns down, wouldn't he be fired?
If a teacher sits at her desk and stares at the students rather than teaching them, wouldn't she be fired?

The idiot pundits on the Right keep saying they wish this wouldn't become such a political issue. Can anyone imagine what the GOP would have done had the pervert pedophile instead been a Democrat?

We know that politics makes strange bedfellows, but when the politician is trying to get in bed with a teenager, all bets are off.
This is political because the Republicans made being gay a political wedge issue.
But this isn't about being gay, it's about a pedophile who happens to be gay.

The GOP has so many dirty little secrets, some can help but ooze out like pus from a festering boil.
Their little camouflage Band-Aids aren't working anymore.
It's time to lance those sons of bitches out of power, including their faggot leader, Ken Mehlman.

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Oh, Boo Hoo

I heard on NPR today that Mark Foley's lawyer/mouthpiece said Foley had been sexually molested between the ages of 14 and 16 by a male member of the clergy.
I guess that's supposed to excuse him being a pedophile who prefers boys in that age range.
Yeah, well, I was molested between the ages of 4 and 5, but I don't get aroused by or molest kindergarten girls... whether I'm drunk or not!
Foley's flack needs to shut the hell up and stop making excuses.
The fact is, Foley likes young chicken because he's an old chicken hawk.
Frankly I don't care how he got that way.
Do you?

Monday, October 02, 2006

Three Jokers and a Queen

Duke Cunningham
Bob Ney
Tom DeLay
Mark Foley

Four GOP politician whose heinous acts caused them to have to leave their jobs in disgrace.
Too bad the MSM isn't connecting the dots and mentioning this group of clowns in the same sentence.
And Foley's newly admitted alcoholism is no excuse- even the worst drunk won't try to fuck a kid unless he's into it to begin with.

Yes, Foley is the fourth House Republican forced out by ethics problems.
Randy "Duke" Cunningham of California resigned in November after pleading guilty to accepting $2.4 million in bribes.
Former majority leader Tom DeLay of Texas was indicted on state campaign finance violations and resigned in June.
Rep. Bob Ney of Ohio has agreed to plead guilty to charges of corruption and is not seeking re-election.

Anyone who still has faith in the GOP is, simply put, an idiot.
Foley and the Boy

For those of you who haven't been treated to one of the semi literate IM conversations between Mark Foley and a teenage male Congressional Page, here, be my guest:
Pervy IM
Hard to believe Dennis Hastert heard about this but didn't feel the need to investigate.
I guess preserving a seat for a Republican in Congress was more important to Hastert than investigating an aggressive pedophile.

Sunday, October 01, 2006

I've Got An Idea

Maybe "confirmed bachelor" Ken Mehlman, the swishy head of the Republican National Committee, should investigate chicken hawk pedophile GOP Rep. Mark Foley and his blatantly sexual e-mail and Instant Messaging with teenaged male pages.
Or maybe Karl Rove, the son of a gay man, has the kind of credentials to launch a sensitive but penetrating probe into the scandal.
Too bad Scottie McClellan got sacked as the White House Press Secretary. With his experience cruising gay bars in Austin and San Antonio, I'm sure he could get to the bottom of Foley's adventures.
I'm just sorry firebrand attorney and right-hand man of Joseph McCarthy Roy Cohn died of AIDS in 1986. He'd be the perfect lawyer for Foley and the GOP legislators who helped him cover up his dirty little hobby.