Jul 31, 2006

Please Keep It Down...

our Commander and Chief is asleep by 9:30PM.

D.C. moves up juvenile curfew to 10 p.m.

28 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What an ass! If I was 15 again I'd be chucking rocks at his window like I used to do at the people who picked on me in Mt. Prospect IL because I wasn't Catholic.
Chuck some rocks kids! Unless you are over 18. But don't listen to me because I'm 33 and in my last year of college for business administration. Let freedom ring in DC!
Sarah

10:17 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Bush's 'Regular Guy' Mode Can Backfire

Regular Guy? NOT!

How is that MOJO going for ya? LOL

11:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.rense.com/general6/maf.htm

11:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's funny but the way Bush kept saying "pig" inappropiately, one didn't for sure if he might have been stirring the pot or yelling a battle cry. He couldn't seem to hide his giddiness despite what was happening around the world.

As far as the curfew for kids, there are kids working past 10pm for various reasons...to save for college, school, car, help their families...something Bush and his rich cronies don't understand or care.

11:20 AM  
Anonymous a non-neocon world said...

Bush is nothing but a Sociopath who thinks that laws don't apply to him. What a head case.
Who care if he doesn't get another good nights sleep the rest of his days in the White House.
And yes, his "Regular Guy" facade is gone. He is nothing but a spoiled rich brat. His legacy is complete failure.

11:23 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening folks!

TGIM!

So, our Yearner-in-chief sleep at 9:30 pm. Is that before or after the wild thang with Shug? That is really amazing to change to curfew to 10 pm... It seems that the government is dictating the rules instead of the parents for the young kids.

Well that tells you what type of leader that we have in WH. He has created a complete mess in this country financially, morally, and emotionally. We have soldier dying everyday overseas and given their lives to serve this country. And here we have a mistake with a zipper President who makes sure that he gets his 8 hours sleep! Did he ever ask himself if the soldiers overseas get 8 hours sleep?

11:24 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Israel started bombing again I guess their word means nothing as they said they would stop for two days. Many Americans are going to Israel to fight the war, they want to protect their homeland, to bad they didn't want to protect the country they were born and live in. As very few join the US after 9/11. As Lebanon grows in support around the world and Israel kills woman/children yet still not finding any weapons you have to wonder what's in Israel's heart.
Other news well the racist are coming out of the woodwork. First Tony Snow now Senator Romeny with the Tar Baby comments. Romeny wanted to be President and represent all Americans yet his Mormon side looks to the past. Our country has grown so far past our dark history yet these hidden racist come out and start that stuff up. We are now one people one country not divided. Let's remember that when we listen to the speeches of those who say they want to represent America.

11:26 AM  
Anonymous bush makes me sick said...

Israel the killer of innocent children.
Shame on Israel.
Bush makes me ashamed to be an American.

11:59 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks,

More in the news:

Lying About Ledeen: National Review Falsely Claims NeoCon ‘Has Opposed Military Action Against Iran’

From Thinkprogress:

“Britain and California are preparing to sidestep the Bush administration and fight global warming together by creating a joint market for greenhouse gases. … Such a move could help California cut carbon dioxide and other heat-trapping gases scientists blame for warming the planet. President Bush has rejected the idea of ordering such cuts.”

From The Mouth Of A Bu$hCo Mental Midget

All of the following quotes are from the transcript of Meet The Press for 7/30/06. The excerpts used here were slightly edited for readability purposes. All original ideas should still be intact, but any errors are mine alone.
"[O]ur president and our secretary of state, although they speak with great moral clarity, have no moral authority. That's been shattered by their performance in Iraq. The world hates George Bush more than any U.S. president in my lifetime. He is radioactive - and so caught up in his own ideological bubble that he is incapable of imagining or forging alternative strategies."

11:59 AM  
Anonymous rethink everything said...

Richard Viguerie-- Innocent, clueless to the last 40 or so years like the rest of us dumb clucks? I wonder.

http://www.politicalamazon.com/
viguerie.html

http://www.politicalamazon.com/
fcf.html

12:17 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hmmm..

From WSJ:

Stay the Course?

The U.S. continues to resist calls for an immediate cease fire in Lebanon despite the deaths of more than 60 Lebanese civilians, about half of them children, in an Israeli bomb attack.
Undersecretary of State Nicholas Burns, acknowledged the tragedy, telling CNN’s “Late Edition” that “this is a very sad day.” But he endorsed Israel’s military objectives, and insisted that any cease-fire come with conditions to address longstanding regional disputes, including the insistence by Israel that Hezbollah be disarmed. That is something the Lebanese government has been unable to do.
“We want to avoid a situation where we essentially put a Band-Aid on something,” Burns said. “We have to a have view of a sustainable cease-fire. We have to make sure Hezbollah is not allowed to be in a position to strike again.”
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice decided to return from the region early to Washington with her diplomatic mission derailed after Lebanese leaders told her not to come to the nation.

–Winston Wood

I guess Plan A didn't work for Shug!

From WSJ:

Adelphia vs. Worldcom cases, Two Very Different Sentences


In the wake of the Second Circuit’s upholding the conviction and 25-year sentence of former WorldCom CEO Bernie Ebbers, legal experts have been re-examining a much lighter sentence imposed on convicted Impath, Inc. executive Richard P. Adelson, who landed in hot water for materially overstating the company’s financial results.
According to the New York Law Journal and the Second Circuit Sentencing Blog, in May, Southern District Judge Jed S. Rakoff sentenced Adelson to 42 months, 978 months fewer than the 85-year sentence prosecutors recommended. The government filed a notice of appeal over the sentence, and the judge earlier this month issued a memorandum explaining his decision.
Despite the government’s comparing Adelson to a hit parade of convicted white-collar criminals, including Ebbers, John and Timothy Rigas, the father-and-son team from Adelphia who received 15 and 20 years, and Ponzi scheme artist Patrick Bennett, who received 30 years, Judge Rakoff wasn’t persuaded. According to the New York Law Journal, he chose to focus his attention on Adelson’s “exemplary” history and letters testifying to his “deep humanity.”
Rakoff wrote: “This is one of those cases in which calculations under the Sentencing Guidelines lead to a result so patently unreasonable as to require the Court to place greater emphasis on other sentencing factors to derive a sentence that comports with federal law.”
The Second Circuit was less sympathetic to Ebbers, rejecting his ‘why not me?’ argument, effectively that since his co-defendants got much lighter sentences, he should, too. In upholding his conviction and sentence, the Court wrote that Ebbers’ 25-year sentence was “harsh but not unreasonable.”

12:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The world knows why don't we?

WARNING...GRAPHIC.

http://www.thelastoutpost.com/
site/1013/default.aspx

12:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey s-q and all, excellent points! I don't understand why, when it seems all so clear, that the Bush administration is trying to make the world one world wide Christian order. Our forefathers have got to be rolling around in their graves. Or maybe Bush's new nite nite time is because Abe and Washingtons gohsts keep banging around the white house all pissed off. If I was Abe I'd be doing some poltergeist activity in Bush's room. When I was 15 and working, I didn't get home until midnight most nights, will these kids get arrested for trying to honestly work for spending or college money? What impression is that going to make on another generation? hey s-q did you see the clip where Bush came up behind the chancellor of germany and rubbed her shoulders? She recoiled and had this look of horror on her face. I think she has been taken hostage. Poor thing. Hey, who is "shug". Is Bush doin' the interns? I missed all that part. Oh, Bush is just your regular sociopath. You know, with family trees, the nuts don't fall too far from it. Been thinking of doing some covert spying like I did in Chi town. Hee Heee. Sometimes it takes a goodhearted looney to get rid of the evil looney Bushsters. :) sarah

12:44 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Anon,

Very graphic! It is differcult to watch the little babies but it is a wakeup call!

Congressman Brags About Sabotaged Minimum Wage Bill: ‘You Have Seen Us Really Outfox You’


At 2 a.m. on Saturday morning, the House of Representatives passed a bill that links a $2 increase in the minimum wage to a dramatic cut of the estate tax for millionaires.
A few hours earlier, Rep. Zach Wamp (R-TN) went on the House floor to brag about this ploy, which has little chance of passing the Senate. Wamp said to his opponents, “I know why you’re so mad and why you say things you don’t really mean. It’s because you have seen us really outfox you on this issue tonight.”


Someone who withhold this asswipe's bi-weekly paycheck!

12:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks,

This is an interesting article from an Arizona newspaper about the leak case:

J-school deans ignored Plame case facts


In one big poof, a group of four journalism school deans wrote in the Washington Post earlier this month that nearly all of the national-security exposés published, mostly, in the New York Times in recent years are justified. All except one.

"There are situations in which that chance should not be taken," they wrote. "For instance, there was no justification for columnist Robert D. Novak to have unmasked Valerie Plame as a covert CIA officer."

I have long argued that journalism is like plumbing. You learn it on the job at the elbow of practicing masters. The anointment of fellows like these J-school deans - all from schools duly identified as "prestigious" in every news story that has published their op-ed - are recommended if you wish to rise high in the ranks of editors. But journalists still learn best by shoveling through muck in the trenches.

Alas, we don't have sufficient space here to go through the (lengthy) litany of Wilson's own "misspeaking" and bald-faced lies on this and other subjects. Except one.

Wilson himself told two officials from the CIA's Directorate of Operations on March 5, 2002, that former Nigerien Prime Minister Ibrahim Mayaki told him of a meeting with an Iraqi delegation in 1999. Wilson told the CIA agents that the former prime minister concluded from the meeting that the Iraqis were seeking "yellowcake" uranium, the only product of value, except goats, produced in Niger. This uncontested fact can be found on Page 43 of the 2004 Senate Intelligence Committee investigation into Iraqi weapons of mass destruction, under the heading "Niger."

But few journalism school deans appear inclined to look that up. Nor reports in the reputable Financial Times of London that support Wilson's only honest words about Niger. Not even, for that matter, the honest-if-incomplete conclusions of special prosecutor Fitzgerald.

1:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, thanks for posting this, whoever you are: http://www.thelastoutpost.com/site/1013/default.aspx

This should be run for hours at a time on all networks. We should be forced to confront, on a daily basis, the consequences of our choices, choices for oil, choices for a way of living that places far too heavy a burden on earth's resources, choices that lead to so-called ideological wars, but that are really wars to control acess to resources and to exterminate the "competition". We need to live with the knowledge of our choices every single day. Thanks. God help those babies, those citizens, those soldiers affected. And we delude ourselves if we deny that the blowback will be coming our way.

1:05 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Anon @ 1:40:

Horrible, just horrible!! OMG! This must stop! How can mankind do this to innocent children? To humanity??

Also, it seems this would have a great impact on global warming! hmmm...all this radioactive material floating in earth's atmosphere!

1:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sleep tight, lil George. Sleep through the bombs, and the death, and the starvation, and the sickness. Real presidential of ya, wanting to take care of your health and all, and to hell with everyone else.

1:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon last blog

1:20 PM  
Anonymous a non-neocon world said...

Hey, SPB at 1:46

Do you have a picture of the Asswipe Zach Wamp?
Republican Piece of Crap!!!

This is what Republicans stand for,
Keep everyone else in poverty!

1:25 PM  
Anonymous impeachment the only answer said...

This is a President who really deserves IMPEACHMENT!

EXCLUSIVE: Bush Admin May Have Violated 26 Statutes, Dems Say
By Justin Rood - July 31, 2006, 1:53 PM
The Bush administration may have broken over two dozen federal laws and regulations -- some of them multiple times -- according to an unreleased report from the House Judiciary Committee Democrats.

"The misconduct I have found is not only serious, but widespread," reads a draft summary of the report by Ranking Member John Conyers (D-MI):

The laws implicated by the Administration’s actions include federal laws against making false statements to congress [sic]; federal laws and international treaties prohibiting torture and cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatment; federal laws concerning retaliating against witnesses and other government employees; Executive Orders concerning leaking and other misuse of intelligence; federal regulations and ethical requirements governing conflicts of interest; the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act; communications privacy laws; the National Security Act; and the Fourth Amendment.
The document, an update to the Democrats' December 2005 report, "A Constitution in Crisis," will be released later this week, according to knowledgeable sources. It is several hundred pages long, with over a thousand footnotes.

In earlier days such a report would be easily ignored. But with the looming possibility of Democrats taking control of the House of Representatives in November, Conyers' charges pose a potentially serious threat to the Bush administration. After all, it takes only a simple majority vote in the House to impeach a sitting president.

On their face, the laundry list of alleged wrongs form a natural basis for impeachment proceedings -- but Conyers has insisted he has no intention of rushing to impeach. No, a slow walk to possible impeachment (preferably down a path that includes months of hearings) is more what the would-be chairman envisions, he has said.

My call to the White House was not immediately returned.

1:43 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

a non-neocon world:

Sorry that I am getting back to you late... Here is the picture of the asswipe Wamp the warp!

the asswipe Wamp.

2:55 PM  
Anonymous a non-neocon world said...

Thanks SPB

I had never heard of this jerk but I think that he is definitely up to no good!

3:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

a non-neocon world:

From reading up on Wamp, he is a conservative. He has a cocaine problem in his past. And he is up from reelection this year and woman is running against him. He might have gone back to coke when he made that non-called for statement. He is suffering from PMS: Post Mental Syndrome!

4:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon @ 2:05. After viewing these horrors it's easy to understand why people in other countries hate the Americans who are doing nothing to stop this madness.
D

4:50 PM  
Anonymous Don't know where I am going until I get there said...

fly to spider, spider to fly ..

Marajade,Prose off the cuff, isn’t my specialty you know,
am I the spyder or fly-see, I dunno

**

From the Mother Complex you all came to be,

You practiced your existentialism on me,

You'll know how I knew this very soon,

No longer will I feed you with a spoon.

Take this anyway you like,

You'll know what I mean before I take flight.

5:03 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

An mental giant loses the round. More woes for Spanky!

Judges Indicate They'll Rule against Republicans, DeLay

If DeLay loses this round, he'll either be forced to run again or let the Democrats take the seat without Republican opposition.
A decision is expected sometime within the next couple weeks.


In plain English: The Hammer is hosed!

5:10 PM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

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6:19 PM  

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