Oct 25, 2006

Stay The Curse...


Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

the link is not working...

If its the Stay the Course ad...here's a link to it on youtube

Stay The Course

12:00 PM  
Anonymous Dubya said...

I am sure that link works. I will stay the course even if the only ones supporting that link are Laura and Barney.

12:09 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

It's Iraq and the Economy Stupid!

Foreclosures on the rise nationwide
39 percent of mortages this year still considered ‘high-risk’

"Oct. 24: Despite the warnings from real estate experts, millions of Americans are still opting for risky, non-traditional mortgages. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on the consequences.

Greg and Luisa Holmes bought into the promise of the real estate boom.

“When I first walked in the door, I knew I was at home,” says Greg, recalling the moment three years ago when they bought their house.

They were enticed by a new breed of mortgage — exotic, non-traditional, interest-only, option ARM — different names for low-cost, high-risk loans.

“I just feel like we were not informed properly of all the loan terms,” says Luisa.

They started with a “teaser rate,” just $1,700 a month. They thought it was fixed, but it wasn't. Rising rates and deferred interest have now ballooned that payment to $3,700 a month. They can't pay it, and they're not alone. Credit counselors say they're getting 10 times the concerned calls they used to."


12:10 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Good Day Fitz and Justice Bloggers,

Arianna’s “freeSpeech” on Fearmongering!



12:18 PM  
Anonymous All human beings are created equal said...

They are talking about extending the tours of soldiers in Iraq. Maybe it is time to bring Jenna, Pierce and any other Bush offspring back into the country. Call for the draft. If your kids, my kids, any one's kids are good enough...let the offspring of any elite be right beside them.

No deferments, no special treatment, no desk jobs, nothing SPECIAL for the ELITE WAR-MONGERS. How old are Cheney and Rumsfeld's kids and grandkids? Suit 'em up. We MUST WIN.

The elite should take the lead into the dangerous places since they ARE the BRAVEST and the WISEST, EH? Let's not forget PNAC signer Jebbie's kids either. NO SPECIAL TREATMENT. Let's not forget the kids of those who run Wall Street either.

This piece of elephant dung destabilized the Middle East and could give squat about humanity let alone his own troops, well let it hit close to home...his own family. People around the world know the truth about 9/11, question '93 WTC, question OKC bombing now.

Little Jr.'s whole plan was to take over the Middle East anyway, wasn't it? Just what their AIPAC buddies wanted? Just what the PNAC planners wanted?

Yet where is the #1 terrorist that started it all? Where is he, Mr. Resident? Why does the #1 terrorist and his sidekick get off scot-free?

And why were the Taliban meeting in America in July '01? America knows the "War on Drugs" is a farce, just like "War on Terror" is the same farce. Hint of advice: stop playing both sides, you fool no one.

12:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

October 25, 2006 -- WASHINGTON - President Bush said yesterday that overconfident Democrats who are already "measuring the drapes" for their move into power on Capitol Hill will have the rug pulled out from under them on Election Day.

"The Democrats have made a lot of predictions. Matter of fact, I think they may be measuring the drapes," Bush said yesterday to laughs at a Sarasota, Fla., fund-raiser for GOP House hopeful Vern Buchanan.

"If their electoral predictions are as reliable as their economic predictions, Nov. 7th is going to be a good day for the Republicans."

The president added, "One of the reasons that the Democrats will lose on Election Day: Because they want to raise your taxes. No, I know they don't want to tell it that plainly, but that's what they're going to do."

Bush's riff on Democrats measuring drapes for their new offices as the majority party in Congress - a full two weeks before Election Day - was a veiled slap at House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. She recently quipped that as House speaker, "I'll have any [office] suite I want."

Bush kept the partisan Florida crowd giggling as he mocked Pelosi's voting record on his tax proposals.

"You know, the top Democrat leader in the House made an interesting statement recently. She said, 'We love tax cuts.' Given her record, she must be a secret admirer," Bush said.

"When we cut taxes on everybody that paid income taxes, she and her colleagues - most of her colleagues - voted against it.

"Time and time again, she had an opportunity to show her love for taxes. If this is the Democrats' idea of love, I wouldn't want to see what hate looks like," he quipped.

Bush also slapped at Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.), who is poised to take control of the powerful Ways and Means Committee if the Democrats win the House.

He charged Rangel "couldn't think of one of our tax cuts he would extend."

"See, they're genetically disposed to raise your taxes," Bush added.

12:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

George Clooney

On the ground: George favors a Tango, an electric car that gets a whopping 135 miles to the charge.
In the air: Los Angeles/Tokyo, 5500 miles in a private jet.
Gas guzzled: 7,000 gallons of jet fuel.
Electric shocker: Even with his super-saver Tango, he'll have to drive over 57 oceans -- Pacific Oceans to break even.
So George says: Clooney's rep, publicist Stan Rosenfield, tells TMZ, "You clearly have no understanding of certain people's need for private transport," and points out that Clooney often has "no control" over his travel schedule.

12:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Julia Roberts

On the ground: Roberts drives a Prius, which gets (at best) 60 miles to the gallon, shaving 30 miles off a normal car's mpg.
In the air: Chicago/LA, 1,749 miles in a private jet, the route she took with Rupert Everett while shooting "My Best Friend's Wedding."
Gas guzzled: 2,100 gallons of jet fuel.
Prius Penance: Julia would have to drive 30,000 miles, or roughly once around the earth and then some to even out her consumption in the air.
So Julia says: No word yet from Julia's rep.

12:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jennifer Lopez

On the ground: J-Lo tools around in her 60 miles-per-gallon Prius.
In the air: LA /New York, 2,475 miles in a private jet. Lopez was actually sued by a private jet company for allegedly skipping out on the bill, though she says it's all a misunderstanding and she was not supposed to be billed.
Gas guzzled: 2,750 gallons of jet fuel.
Prius penance: She'd have to drive 45,000 miles, and that's a lot longer for Jenny than just going down the block. It's actually more like twice around the earth.
So Jennifer says: There was no comment from Lopez's rep.

12:41 PM  
Blogger teak said...

I watched the conf and perked up when a member of the press asked Little Geo about the permanant bases that the U.S. is constructing in Iraq. Little Geo, of course, dodged the question explaining that Iraq is a sovereign nation and that we are only there at their request and approval. This, of course, is all rampant bullshit and the press has to tolerate this. The dodge went immediately to Afganistan as a tangent leaving the question unanswered.

By: Henry on October 25, 2006 at 11:51am

Bush doesn't want to "cut and run" on his damn bases to take over the world. Wise up, America.

12:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brad Pitt

On the ground: Eco-champ Brad is yet another Prius-lover, and he reportedly has several hybrids in his stable.
In the air: Los Angeles/Namibia, 9,400 miles in a private jet.
Gas guzzled: 11,000 gallons of jet fuel.
Prius penance: Brad burned enough fuel to take a Prius to the moon.
So Brad says: Pitt didn't have any comment. His rep tells TMZ that Pitt is out of the country.

12:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And the true-blue Green Award goes to ... Leo DiCaprio.

On the ground: Leo drives a Toyota Prius
In the air: Leo flies just like us folk -- commercial, unless he positively must fly private because of scheduling.
Prius penance: None.

12:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


CONCORD, N.H. - Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist says if Republican candidates want to succeed on Election Day, they should turn their focus away from the
Iraq war.

"The challenge is to get Americans to focus on pocketbook issues, and not on the Iraq and terror issue," Frist said in an interview with the Concord Monitor on Tuesday.

Frist suggested that Republicans remind voters of subjects like tax cuts and lower gas prices, the result, he said, of the energy bill passed by Congress last year.

"These are all things the media has not covered," Frist said. "People don't say, 'This Congress passed tax cuts.' But that means something to every American."

Who created the national debt and did the spending, cat killer?

12:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Perhaps the Republicans should ask lower income *minimum wage workers*, middle class *laid-off and had to take jobs at least $5/hr (exp. $15 down to $10 no benefits) less plus no benefits then their previous jobs held for 25 years*-----how their lives are doing? Think their tax-cuts are really doing anything for them? Think these people look at the price of a can of beans? You bet your ass they do, they know the price of everything except what the rich do, those things do not even enter into their minds.

Think these people know the prices of hookers and limos like the Republicans do? Big campaign "functions"? It is time for politicians to get into America's reality.

12:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stay the course...means oil & money to the Gerbil & thugs!

"If ye love wealth greater than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest for freedom, go home and leave us in peace. We seek not your council nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen."

--Samuel Adams

1:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


What a hoot since that google video was made for all to see.

1:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As a patriotic American proud to serve the nation in uniform, I respectfully urge my political leaders in Congress to support the prompt withdrawal of all American military forces and bases from Iraq . Staying in Iraq will not work and is not worth the price. It is time for U.S. troops to come home.

1:16 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Hi S-q, ;)

s-q, I've been again reading that just like the 2004 Presidential Election, that billions of people around the world will again hold it's breath because whatever affects America affects the whole world.

I was surprised to see all the posts from citizens of many other countries who were upset that Bush had won in 2004.

Now that American trade agreements have expanded to even more people around the world this 2006 Mid-Term Election is once again A WORLD EVENT!

It's amazing s-q but what's more Amazing is that the majority of Nations are for the DEMs taking control of Congress and the Senate.

They feel that this will be better for business than for the "status quo" to continue..

...Maybe that's why the globalist elite evildoers have turned against the NeoConJobs...because for them Money Rules All.

1:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, there is my favorite guy...GEF! :D

You're correct as usual! What happens in America...happens to the world. If our economy falters..it definitely affects the entire world. Especially, those countries that have substantial investments here.

The Federal Reserve REALLY does rule all..and look...

Breaking News from ABCNEWS.com:


1:41 PM  
Blogger patriot girl said...

Hear! Hear! s-q
one of my favorite quotes ( :


...Maybe that's why the globalist elite evildoers have turned against the NeoConJobs...because for them Money Rules All.


Yeah, and I still think that is why Rove & Gerbil are so cool and confident with how the elections will come out. They paid big money for Diebold et. al.

This time I am wondering though - will the American people have the balls to rally and storm the WH when the elections ARE stolen this year???


oh.... and....


1:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


These conservative think tanks seem to think of their own agendas or grudges first before mankind from the names on it.

Bush’s fellow Republicans applied a rubber stamp to much of his conservative agenda the past six years, including tax cuts that went largely to the rich.
Republicans, they would challenge Bush on fronts ranging from his warrantless domestic spying program to his energy and health-care policies.

"In some ways it would be a nightmare for Bush, but in other ways it could be an opportunity," said Norman Ornstein, a congressional scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. From the link @ 2:12pm. Always the think tank and their agendas.

It looks like this is how we got into such a mess in this country in the first place. Lynne Cheney was a member, how sweeeeeeeeeet.

1:45 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...



Helicopter Bernanke at the Foreign-Fed Bank is itching to raise the rates but this pesky election is in the way...

Gotta keep the illusion of a strong economy going until after Nov 7th..

Then Gas goes up, everything else goes up, and rates will soar...

1:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Yes, and as Americans lose their homes and the "American Dream"...

We can change that though! We can vote the neocons out and get some control over Congress!

1:48 PM  
Blogger patriot girl said...


Thought you would enjoy this one!

(click on the one that says "Bad Hair Day" 10/13/06

1:52 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Patriot Girl,

This time I am wondering though - will the American people have the balls to rally and storm the WH when the elections ARE stolen this year???

The Current prediction by the Conspiracy folks is that there will be a Constitutional Crisis following the Elections..(As if our Constitution was still in force but that's another matter altogether)

It's not hard to see with all the stories about manipulated e-voting machines..

Click CNN Video

Click Story

1:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bush to the World: Worry, No One in My Family is Dying or Losing Any Blood. In Fact, We are Making Money off of this War. So Get Lost, Suckers!" 10/24


1:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


And, the American people need to demand that their Congressmen/Women, work for the PEOPLE and not special interests! We need to put our foot down and make these people really SERVE US!! :D

1:54 PM  
Blogger patriot girl said...

Balognabitch & Cryin Ryan

1:55 PM  
Blogger patriot girl said...


this f***ing computer!

As usual - click on the time.

1:56 PM  
Blogger waterflake said...

Hi GEF and S-Q,
You're dead on, the rest of the world is starting to get itchy about what will happen. It's almost as it was before the second term election, which was a greatly discussed event over here and the moment Bush was pronounced the winner one could almost physicly feel the dissapointment, most Europeans where sure 'you' would correct that mistake...

Sort of like Bush said, fool me once ehhh shame on ehhh???? How did that senctence end???

Anyway found a good read on Alertnet:
"The Hell with Red/Blue;

by Jim Hightower and Phillip Frazer

Tony Snow, Bush's PR flak, tried to do a mini-McCarthy on the war issue by declaring in September that there are "some" in the Democratic party "who say that we shouldn't fight the [terrorists]; we shouldn't apprehend al Qaeda....
....Goodness gracious, Tony, give us the names of these traitorous Democrats so we can hunt them down like the filthy varmints they are!

Alas, poor Tony could not produce a single name.

And then Dick Cheney was unleashed. Snarling and snapping at Democrats who're calling for a withdrawal of troops from Iraq, the Veep flashed his crooked sneer and barked that these dastardly Democrats are out to "validate the al Qaeda strategy and invite more terrorist attacks" on America. Thank you, Dick. Now go back to your dungeon.

Next up was Donnie Rumsfeld. What a sputtering old goose he's become! The Pentagon chief is all honked off that we plebes have dared to criticize his handling of the war on terrorism, especially his disastrous diversion into Iraq. So, he has resorted to questioning our patriotism. Last month, he petulantly referred to us dissenters as people who always "blame America." .....

1:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi PG:

The reason your links are going to the time is because you need to remove the slash (/) at the end of the link. :)

1:59 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...


I try to keep up with the world events cause Globalist evildoers are everywhere....


2:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Waterflake:

You think the world was baffled at Bush's win? LOL I was stunned in 200 & 2004...I didn't think we had that many dumb Americans. However, in reality, it was election fraud that won him the spot in OUR White House! I'll be glad when he gets out of there too! Gerbil's have an odor, don't they? LOL

2:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Geezzz...you know I meant 2000 and not 200...LOLMAO!

My phone is ringing off the hook..and waiting for 2 more conference calls..so I'm in a rush.

2:03 PM  
Blogger patriot girl said...

I see the problem as the public not giving an actual crap about anything to do with politics. I live in the Midwest and about 90 percent of the people I know don't know who the candidates are, could care less about anything but bitching about why our country is so messed up, and wouldn't even dream of lifting up the phone or writing a letter to the government.

but on the brighter side,
a Constitutional Crisis after the elections may just be what this country needs to shock them into the real world!

... and not this neocon-run sham of a "hypocrisy-democracy"

...and start making the most of these constitutional rights we have been given and are quickly losing.

If there's one thing I can't abide by it's complacency and utter laziness.

There is something that is much more scarce, something rarer than ability. It is the ability to recognize ability.
–-Robert Half

Laziness grows on people; it begins in cobwebs and ends in iron chains.
--Thomas Buxton

2:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


In the veritable tsunami of recantations and recriminations pouring out of former supporters of the war, from Francis Fukuyama to various Republican members of Congress, there is one constant theme: Don't blame us! Who knew that Iraq had no weapons of mass destruction? No one could have known about the rise of the insurgency. Nobody told us!

The only proper answer to this is: Poppycock!

Republicans control everything from investigations, cover-ups of murders of our fellow citizens, rapes of our children, theft of billions from our nation, rape of our Constitution, letting corporations and the rich get richer off the backs of the middle class and the poor, waging wars for profit and power, abusing our own troops, lying about the living and the dead in the wars. Creating wars, waging wars, destroying our rights, destroying our children's futures, bullying, blackmailing, stealing elections and bragging about it, lying to get their greedy agendas passed. Protecting pedophiles or they are one themselves. Part of the arms sales/ drug sales?? They sure are hiding something now, aren't they?

What possibly could they have to say to convince anyone they have every American or the world's best interest at heart?

2:14 PM  
Blogger patriot girl said...

okay s-q,
I am going to try it again

Balognabitch & Cryin Ryan click on Bad Hair Day

2:18 PM  
Blogger patriot girl said...

Thanks S-Q!!!!

2:18 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...


Gerbil's have an odor, don't they? LOL

Yep, they smell like pure Treason!

2:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


BERLIN (Reuters) - Two Israeli warplanes and a German navy vessel have clashed off the Lebanese coast, the Defence Ministry in Berlin said on Wednesday without giving further details.

Germany daily Der Tagesspiegel earlier on Wednesday quoted a junior German defence minister as telling a parliamentary committee that two Israeli F-16 fighters flew low over the German ship and fired two shots.

The jets also released infra-red countermeasures to ward off any rocket attack, the paper quoted him as saying.

Remembering history. Accidents do not always just "happen". That old trick doesn't work anymore.

2:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


A major anti-immigration group is accusing the Bush Administration of creating a "shadow government," by "engaging in collaborative relations with Mexico and Canada outside the U.S. Constitution," RAW STORY has learned.

The Minuteman Project sent out a press release late Tuesday evening hyping their Web site, which is showcasing 1,000 documents allegedly obtained in a Freedom of Information Act request to the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) by World Net Daily columnist Jerome Corsi. Most widely known for his longtime attacks on Democratic Senator John Kerry's military record, Corsi also co-authored a book about the Minuteman "battle" to secure America's borders.more

2:35 PM  
Blogger waterflake said...

Hey GEF and SQ,

Yes I'm aware of the Diebold Issue but I think it was only possible because the difference between Kerry and Bush wasn't too much altogether.

I believe you were shocked, I was and I'm not American so I can only try to understand how it feelt for you guys.

Reminds me of a movie I just saw on the London Film Festival called:

John Lennon vs. The United States

great documentary, it also reflects on how Lennon felt when Nixon won his second term.

I can highly recommend the movie I'm sure you'll all like it, the similarities with this administration is shocking to say the least and the director got many Nixon ear insiders to speak about it...great and sad.

2:42 PM  
Blogger patriot girl said...

loved Pinkey & the Brain!

"I think it was only possible because the difference between Kerry and Bush wasn't too much altogether."

I'm not sure I get your meaning. Can you 'splain?

I think it was possible because...
and I will say it again...

most of the American public does not give an actual crap about anything to do with politics - therein lies the problem.

Oh but hear them crow about their patriotism!

2:52 PM  
Blogger t said...


From Reuters:

Bush warns Iraqis that patience has limits

Can you believe him telling the Iraqis that-they still don't have electric or running water...

great toons guys:-D

3:14 PM  
Blogger waterflake said...

Hi Patriot Girl,

most of the American public does not give an actual crap

exactly my point, if more people had voted against Bush stealing the election wouldn't have been possible, while to fabricate some hundredthousand votes isn't such a hard exercise...

But you're rigth about people being to ignorant and one of the problems of our societies is that 'we' the people do not believe in our strenght anymore.

If everybody was to get of their complacent TV flattened behinds no Diebold machine from hell would be able to steal an election.

3:15 PM  
Blogger t said...

All, it finally went mainstream-from Reuters

US troops on active duty call for Iraq withdrawal

hehe Dubya your soldiers are suing you for what you have done to them

Stay the curse, that's good one Fitz

3:30 PM  
Blogger GEEZERPOWER said...

No change of course, of course, but a change of rhetoric, as Dubya holds a press conference on Iraq this am, and General Casey and his buddy Zal, the emissary from the largest embassy on the planet, do the same. They forgot to invite Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki though.


3:31 PM  
Blogger patriot girl said...

Hello Waterflake-

I kind of wonder about voter turn-out overriding the machines.

What if you choose one vote for Dem's and it inputs one vote for Repub's?

That is what I think happens - or somebody just hacks in and deletes enough votes to make their side come out ahead (just enough so that it seems like a close call).

I'm no computer person - OBVIOUSLY! - as you've seen on past posts, but I have no confidence in 'any' system that can be rigged.

3:34 PM  
Blogger waterflake said...

Hi Geezerpower nice avatar!

But why would they want to invite Maliki, that guy is of so minor importance the gap he would leave behind if vanishing would replaces him completly.

But I did read last weekend that high rankign US an British officials meet with Sunni Milita leaders in Jordan. Rumor has it that they try to hackle for a temporary truce (quite a convenient timing I migth say) but I haven't found any news confirming that story...

3:39 PM  
Anonymous dr ruth said...


Is Sex Necessary?

Short answer yes

3:47 PM  
Anonymous masters and johnson said...

Yes, we agree with Dr Ruth, sex is necessary.

Very interested in matters of the penis.

3:51 PM  
Blogger GEEZERPOWER said...

Thanks Waterflake....


BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) - U.S. and Iraqi forces on Wednesday raided Sadr City, the stronghold of the feared Shiite militia led by radical anti-American cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, but Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki disavowed the operation, saying he had not been consulted and insisting "that it will not be repeated."

The defiant al-Maliki also slammed the top U.S. military and diplomatic representatives in Iraq for saying Iraq needed to set a timetable to curb violence ravaging the country.

3:53 PM  
Blogger patriot girl said...

dr ruth-

Who'd have thought semin prevents tooth decay!

Now I've heard it all ( ;

3:55 PM  
Blogger waterflake said...

Thanks for the Newsclipping Geezer, that are big words but will they make a difference? What action is to succeed his words?

He has been ranting a lot lately but no action followed. I guess he's doing the oposite of what Theodore Roosevelt suggested:

"Speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far"

4:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, well, well...

I think Nov 7th just got handed to the Dems!! LOL

U.S. generals call for Democratic takeover
Disgusted with the leadership of the Iraq war, two retired generals say the GOP must go. Plus: More than 100 current military personnel join a campaign to get the U.S. out of Iraq -- now

5:15 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...


It looks staged....

Would these two Major Generals risk their carreers ?


This may be the gerbil's exit strategy...

It looks staged propaganda to me...

Especially if it hits MSM...

5:35 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Throw out every damn Republican on the hill!!

5:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Anything is possible with this administration...we both know that! I don't trust them any further than I can see them..

So, yes, you may very well be correct!

I THINK he is worried about the Dems taking over Congress & the consequences of this war and every other law that he has broken!

5:42 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Fitz, Biloxi, All,


FBI investigates Israeli lobbying group's influence in US House committee


Abramoff is spilling the beans..

Good Boy Rover... ;)

5:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Here is something to laugh about...a deleted scene from Robin Williams film, "Man of the Year"..
I love Robin! His facial expressions kill me! LOL

Dobbs vs DeLay

5:45 PM  
Blogger teak said...

I knew he bullied the commanders in Iraq and the Iraqi leadership just like he does the reporters.

He is nothing but a bully and a liar. Narcissists and sociopaths do not change. They manipulate.

5:45 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...


Yep...that's them alright...

Believe nothing you hear them say...

Rather watch what they do instead!

The Trickster devil uses lies and manipulation to get his way...

You shall know them by their Actions...

5:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Checks are coming through...checks are coming through..

The plasma that runs Washington is MONEY...lots and lots of CASH! That's what buys and sell politicians!"

Well, I guess that is why that scene was deleted!!

6:01 PM  
Blogger teak said...


Cheney supporting Hillary? This has been suspected for awhile now in some areas. Now, you know what some don't trust Hillary or anyone associated with her. Hillary made a dirty dozen list and that is good enough for me.

Americans are tired of corruption being covered up, people dying for others' evil doings. We are tired of laws being changed to hide crimes, not of citizens but of leaders. We are tired of departments of governments that help hide these crimes or get a fat bonus or promotions for their efforts.

They just showed family members that watched Bush's news conference, they said how could he know what it is like to have someone over in Iraq--is his daughters over there? Their son and husband's body is due home at KC airport soon.

Bush has no idea how mad Americans are right now.

6:09 PM  
Blogger GEEZERPOWER said...

While running a zigzag course, Dubya fights to save face, and supports Maliki, while the appointed ambassador Zal stabs the general in the back. Can it be about the election?

6:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You shall know them by their Actions...


Actions speak louder than words..

6:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Cheney supporting Clinton? That doesn't seem right...hmmm...what is going on?

6:15 PM  
Blogger teak said...


On yahoo canada. Anyone hear a peep out of MSM about troops asking for war to end? Bush probably bullied them to the punch. (Sorry, I am upset seeing that Kansan family so devastated on the news.)

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - More than 200 active duty U.S. armed service members, fed up with the war in Iraq, have joined an unusual protest calling for withdrawal of U.S. troops from the country, organizers said on Wednesday.

The campaign, called the Appeal for Redress from the War in Iraq, is the first of its kind in the Iraq war and takes advantage of Defense Department rules allowing active duty troops to express personal opinions to members of Congress without fear of retaliation, organizers said.

6:21 PM  
Blogger teak said...


I've read this before. Said it would be one of their little tricks, since she is almost like a Republican. I read stuff like that months ago. If they couldn't get anyone that thought could win, that would take Hillary.

Don't know when that was written or if she has dropped in or out for sure. People always assume that is who everyone wants---NOT.

6:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


I don't care for Hillary either...and I think we're all sick of the Bushs & Clintons.

I would prefer Feingold, Obama, Gore, or Biden.

Quite honestly, I think we need ALL new blood in Washington because of all of the corruption we've had for nearly 6 years!

6:30 PM  
Blogger teak said...


I got that link about Hillary off of here. It is that torrent spy something. I don't know what it is. I'm computer stupid.

6:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


You're not computer stupid! You're using a computer, right? And, you know what google and the internet are, right? LOL

Computer stupid is the Gerbil! OMG! How can anyone that dumb be President of the US?

6:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Wake up!! I like your new pic! :)

6:36 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...


Hillary won't make it as long as OBAMA is alive...

Obama he's our man and both sides of the isle respect him...

Look for the GOP to change the laws so Heir Arnold can run in '08..Oh and Gulianni would also come online....Yawn more of the same..Fear Mongering GOPs!

However if Obama ran at the same time as Feingold I'd be torn in the Primary...

This is what I mean earlier by choosing from two good candidates instead of ending up voting for the best of two bad ones..

6:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

However if Obama ran at the same time as Feingold I'd be torn in the Primary...

I know what you mean...about the two of them but it really doesn't matter..because they're both qualified! And, that is what we need! Qualified, honest, and willing to work for the people and not special interests!

No connections to oil, HMO's, Halliburton, defense contractors, etc. etc.

But maybe connected to Krispy Kremes and Ben & Jerry's ice cream!! LOL

6:47 PM  
Blogger teak said...

I don't know, I have too many questions yet about Obama. Just because someone can speak well, (God forbid after Bush) doesn't mean he would be the right choice.

I think million and millions can be spent to divert attention from point A (the real evil doing) to point B (the scandal created they want you to look at)and arrive at point C...the same old crap over and over.

7:00 PM  
Blogger GEEZERPOWER said...

Obama...I've liked him since he first spoke in the 2004 elections.
I bet that he can win the election, and win at poker too, all while serving the people and restoring our constitutional rights.

7:08 PM  
Blogger GEEZERPOWER said...


7:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

it's almost haloween. take sen. obama and give him a stovepipe hat. throw some scraggy hair on that face and BAM!!BAM!!!BAM!!! barack LINCOLN obama.

7:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you can almost hear what the floor of the 2008 democratic convention::o-bam-a'--o-bam'-a--o-bam-a'--o-bam'-a--o-bam-a'....

7:23 PM  
Blogger GEEZERPOWER said...


7:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Can we sneak off to dinner now? And, how about a movie too? LOL

7:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

S-Q hands Geezer some Ambien! LOL

7:47 PM  
Blogger t said...

Interesting article
Jeff Saut Presents: An Eerie Stillness

Yet, there remains an eerie “bid” in the equity markets since those July lows. For example, markets typically rally, then correct by about one-quarter to one-third of that rally’s point gain, before beginning another rally phase. After that phase, they again correct by one-quarter to one-third before re-rallying.
This, however, has not been the case recently. Indeed, every time it looked like the indices were about to correct, mysterious buyers materialized in the futures markets.

Those “buyers” tend to widen the futures premiums so far above the cash markets that it attracts arbitrageurs. The arbs, in turn, short the futures and buy the appropriate baskets of stocks. That operation allows the arbs to “lock in” the spread between the futures price and what they paid for the basket of stocks, assuring them a risk-less profit and, in the process, driving stocks higher.
Lincoln OBama hehe well, if the only thing I have to choose from is him, Hillary or McCain-I'll go with Obama too.

7:54 PM  
Blogger t said...

Oh S-q you'll be needing a chaperon and I'll make sure I'm free that evening heeheehee

7:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Was Osama bin Laden waterboarded when they questioned him?

8:10 PM  
Anonymous gop torture chamber said...

Cheney confirms detainees were Waterboarded.

Raw Story.

8:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I never need a chaperon! That's funny! LOL

10:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, Cheney says it isn't torture to waterboard! I think that fool has lost all of his marbles! He says it's a "no brainer"! There you have it...no brains!

Cheney indicated that the Bush administration doesn't regard water-boarding as torture and allows the CIA to use it. "It's a no-brainer for me," Cheney said at one point in an interview.

Vote the GOP out of Congress!! We seriously need to clean up the WH & Congress!

Where is SPB when we need his Old Spice bug spray? LOL

10:09 PM  
Blogger teak said...

We have turned Iraq into the most hellish place on Earth

Armies claiming to bring prosperity have instead brought a misery worse than under the cruelest of modern dictators.


BAGHDAD — I keep seeing his face. He appears to be in his mid-20s, bespectacled, slightly bearded, and somehow his smile conveys a sense of prosperity to come. Perhaps he is set to marry, or enroll in graduate school, or launch a business — all of these flights of ambition seem possible.

In the next few images he is encased in plastic: His face is frozen in a ghoulish grimace. Blackened lesions blemish his neck.

"Drill holes," says Col. Khaled Rasheed, an Iraqi commander who is showing me the set of photographs.


Bush is proud of this? He has cried "stay the course" since his bogus MISSION ACCOMPISHED and two weeks before elections to save his ass we are suppose to still listen to him while he bullies the military, Iraqi leaders, reporters and U.S. citizens? How is this any different than Saddam? At least Saddam didn't destabilize the Middle East and spread depleted uranium around for millions of years.

10:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A Virginia magistrate has ordered the New York Times to reveal the sources used by Nicholas Kristof in his columns on the Anthrax mail attacks in the fall of 2001. Kristof had written that a "Mr. Z" had become the focus of the investigation, calling him a "likely culprit" and subsequently identifying him as germ warfare specialist Dr. Stephen Hatfill after Hatfill had identified himself as such as a news conference. While Kristof noted that Hatfill was a "person of interest" in the spore mailouts, he also noted that Hatfill was entitled to the "presumption of innocence." Five people died in the attacks and 17 were injured; no one has been charged.

In this case — a civil lawsuit brought by Dr. Hatfill for defamation — Hatfill's right to "question the confidential sources and determine if Mr. Kristof accurately reported information the sources provided" outweighed those sources' right to anonymity.

Mr. Z.?? Now that is odd.

huffington post

10:32 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Geezerpower and GEF listen up. Your right Hillary will lose to Obama. But Hillary is one of the smarest women of our time. Let's test the water for a woman to lead the United States. Just give us a chance to show we can do it.

11:42 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Miss Jackie, I agree Hillary is smart but until people answer questions about the Clintons' relationship with the Bushes, I cannot support her. Plus, her stance on Iraq and even then--I try to see both sides.

I wish one politicians would just start talking if they are being blackmailed and never shut up, every department of government needs scoured for the dirt. From the FDA to the DOD. Cut the money makers out of public service and anyone caught breaking the rules, throw the book at them for real--no tap on the wrist.

What they did to Harold Ford was disgusting and some rich witch saying Ford replied wrong by saying he liked women. Geez. Do they realize what the are teaching their up and coming youth? 'Course they probably think that is the correct thing to do with their lack of morals.

Sex offenders (teacher) of 15 year old girls sent to Canada by judges (Bloomberg name attached). Canada doesn't want them preying on their kids either.

Jackie, bite your tongue if you mean Condi! Shudder...

12:05 AM  
Blogger teak said...


Some Voting Machines Chop Off Candidates' Names
Computer Glitch Affects Voters in 3 Jurisdictions; Error Cannot Be Fixed by Nov. 7

Then someone needs to be at the voting stations to make sure the voters are told by workers this problem so they can adjust or better use PAPER!

12:13 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Connie is not on the list she is just the girlfriend of the President and not qualified for the job. I do understand what you mean about the Bushs/Clintons. But Bill was right when he said keep your friends close but your enemies closer I even remembering my GrandMother telling me that as I grew up and she was right.

12:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

it's like this fools. women have a full set of x chromosomes. men have a y that may or may not be advantageous. statically women have the advatage. but no, guys think their shit doesn't stink. the next 20 years will prove elsewise.

12:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

but then again, fitz's y is hot. and proves you can't always judge a book by it's genome.

12:20 AM  
Blogger Roisin Dubh said...

"Those “buyers” tend to widen the futures premiums so far above the cash markets that it attracts arbitrageurs. The arbs, in turn, short the futures and buy the appropriate baskets of stocks. That operation allows the arbs to “lock in” the spread between the futures price and what they paid for the basket of stocks, assuring them a risk-less profit and, in the process, driving stocks higher."

Well, I don't understand the market but I think I get this, and it may explain why Bush and Rove have been presenting themselves as so unconcerned about the outcome of the coming election. It's all bought and held, it isn't about politics or restoring democracy or rescuing our Constitution. It's about completely crashing our free market economy and hogging it all for themselves. Madd Max here we come, maybe. I wish I were smarter about our economy and understood more, but I think something really ominous is looming just ahead. We ain't seen nothing yet. (Hope I'm wrong)

3:47 AM  
Anonymous e said...

All the money in the world won't do you any good whwn you have no place to call home in the world you created..and the common man is crashin' the gate of where you stay..
you can't take away anonther man'security and rights and expect him to protect yours..the money mongerers create their on demise..
Top of the mornin' to all

6:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WGN's Skilling ruled a distraction

The Associated Press
Published October 26, 2006, 5:51 AM CDT

It was a week of court appearances for the Skilling brothers.

But while one was being sentenced for his role in the Enron collapse in Texas, another was being excused from jury duty in Chicago.

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WGN chief meteorologist Tom Skilling reported for jury duty yesterday at the Cook County Criminal Courthouse.

Defense attorneys eventually excused him, saying he'd be a distraction in the case.

But that wasn't before the judge and attorneys quizzed Skilling about his brother Jeffrey's legal troubles, the impact on the Skilling family and, of course, the weather.

When asked by the judge for a forecast for Friday, Skilling quipped, "We've got a storm coming."

As he left the courtroom, other prospective jurors rallied around him, wishing the best to his family.

8:16 AM  
Anonymous nosy bear said...

"but then again, fitz's y is hot. and proves you can't always judge a book by it's genome. "

You must going through menopause!


11:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Cheney supporting Clinton? That doesn't seem right...hmmm...what is going on?" (s-q)

Evidently, the dark cabal is working both sides of the isle.

7:33 PM  

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