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Dubya's Dilemma: Daddy Doesn't Support the Iraq War


"Dubya's Dilemma: Daddy Doesn't Support the Iraq War
By TERESA HAMPTON
Editor, Capitol Hill Blue
Jun 14, 2004, 01:00
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The Iraqi war that has so divided Americans is also causing a rift in the family of President George W. Bush.
The President’s father, George H.W. Bush – 41st President of the United States – disagrees with his son’s decisions in the invasion and occupation of Iraq, which is why the former President has not commented in public on the war.

“The President and I discuss the war privately,” the elder Bush said in an interview earlier this year. “That is the way it will remain.”

But sources close to the Bush family say the elder Bush thinks his son has mishandled the war in Iraq.

“They disagree on the war,” says a family confidante. “Former President Bush believes the U.S. should have sought more support before invading Iraq and feels his son did not work hard enough to secure the support of allies.”


 

"George Won't Be Reading This"


"The president prefers spin to news
by David Corn

A simple question for the president of the United States: If you don’t read the newspapers, how can you criticize the media coverage of Iraq?

A few weeks ago, George W. Bush noted during an interview that while he glances at newspaper headlines, he “rarely” reads the actual articles because “A lot of times there’s opinions mixed in with news.” So where does he get his info? Bush said he prefers to be briefed by White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card and National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice. “The best way to get the news,” he explained, “is from objective sources. And the most objective sources I have are people on my staff who tell me what’s happening in the world.” Lately Bush also has been warning the American public not to pay attention to other sources, such as journalists who report that all is not going well in the land of occupation. “We’re making good progress in Iraq,” Bush said. “Sometimes it’s hard to tell when you listen to the filter.” The filter is Bushspeak for the media."
=================SNIP=======================
Perhaps President Queeg is busy recounting strawberries, ala Captain Queeg.

 

Bush Holds Books Upside Down

Bush has said he doesn't read. I believe him. Just look at him holding this book .

I think he is asking the girl how she knows what the book says.

 

More speculations on Bush's lack of sanity


"Is Bush Nuts? Or Just a Dangerous 'Dry Drunk'? (continued)
by WILLIAM THOMAS

Bush's announced plans to attack North Korea and Iran have already prompted both countries to hit the nuclear gas pedal, virtually assuring a "nuclear event".

And his $5 trillion blowout has taken the American economy to a $2 trillion deficit in two short years. As ignored global warming triggers Extreme Weather Events, frightened Nobel price-winning economists warn that GW's proposed $600 billion tax cut is "fiscal madness" - "a very serious economic error" that will collapse the country in exactly the same way the ex-Soviet Empire went bust buying and deploying so many arms in so many places. Ditto Imperial Rome.

Are these the acts of a rational person?

Not since Nixon's famous freak-outs in the White House, which saw National Security Adviser Henry Kissinger ordering military commanders to ignore nuclear launch orders from their Commander-In-Chief, is it so urgent that we examine a president's cognitive capacities. [The Trial of Henry Kissinger]

It might be useful to scrutinize the following findings. While everyone "goes nuts" from time to time, the salient question is whether traits described below dominate and drive today's presidential decisions. Is a man called by other government reps, "an idiot" "an imbecile" "dangerously incompetent" and "a moron" competent, capable and qualified to direct America's unchallenged military might?

Read on. If you dare."

 

IS GEORGE QUEEG BUSH NUTS?

I made the Bush/Queeg comparison a few posts back, not realizing that two years ago..someone had already done that for me. Check this out...

"Crazy, mad, going to hell in a handbasket post-American America is being invaded by lousy invaders from Mexico and the rest of the Third World who are deconstructing America and turning our land into a Third World sewer while pretending all they want to do is mow our lawns, get free (to them) medical and dental care and other freebies and be good non-citizens. So what does President George Bush, who is supposed to be protecting America from foreign invaders, do? He wastes all his time worrying about irrelevant Iraq. Why? It makes no sense. Unless...my eyes narrow to suspicious slits...dare we think it? Perhaps, Mr. Bush is a bit out of his saddle. No, not riding side saddle, that's a different sort of odd, but just kind of not sitting there like an upright, white hat wearing, singing cowboy. It's almost as though he's slouching to one side while wearing a sombrero and drinking too much tequila instead of wearing an all American Stetson and drinking just a little sarsaparilla.



Bush's obsession with Iraq seems nutty. It's loopy. It's crazy. It's insane. With real enemies crossing our borders each day, why in the hell is Bush conjuring up imaginary enemies far away and allowing our ship of state to sail in meaningless circles?

Meaningless circles? Hmmm. Maybe it's just my TV, but I swear Bush is looking more and more like Humphrey Bogart as Captain Queeg in the Caine Mutiny. I'm half expecting to see a press conference with Bush mindlessly rolling a pair of steel ball-bearings in one trembling hand as he rambles on about how Saadam Hussein has stolen Bush's quart of strawberries and is hiding them someplace. Bush seems so obsessed with Saadam that I wouldn't even be surprised if he ordered the strip search of every Iraqi to find the secret key that will lead to the proof that Saadam--that evil fiend--has those strawberries hidden away in one of his palaces!



Will we have to wait until after we go to war against a backward pile of sand--that Bush is pretending is a threat to the world--for the expose insider books to come out? Will we have to wait a couple of years to read the memoirs of some bloodless sycophantic staffer who was near Bush, in the here and now, who claims he had secretly believed Bush was looney tunes? And, will we have to put up with the usual after the fact whiny mea culpas from some staffer seeking absolution for remaining silent? If any staffers are reading this, and if they have such thoughts, please speak up now, and don't wait until after Bush is in the rubber room to tell the American people the truth. Tell us all now. Is Bush running nude up and down the streets of Washington, D.C. screaming "I'm gonna git ya Saadam," I'm gonna git ya! And, when I do, I'm a gonna hog tie ya and ride ya until you show me them strawberries"?

Will we read, in some future book "Bush was obsessed with Saadam, like a stalker might be obsessed with a movie star"? Will some anonymous former staffer tell the newspapers "He had photos of Saadam in the bottoms of all the urinals in the White House, and he'd start most conversations with 'Damn Saadam.' It was weird. I'd pass him in a White House hall, and when I'd say good morning, Mr. President, Bush would scowl and say 'Damn Saadam, good morning.'"



Will we tune into some TV talk show and see various pop psychologists doing post-mortems of the Bush war and claiming that they knew all along that Bush's neurosis was an attempt to get love and respect from his father. Will they claim that because George had been sent to a boarding school in New England, far from Texas where his father and mother were living, that young George felt a deep sense of rejection that he internalized? Will we hear some pompous ass, maybe speaking in a Dr. Strangelove accent, saying that Bush just never felt he could live up to what his father wanted, and this caused him to hate his father and that these feelings of hatred were transferred to Saadam Hussein. Then, the tension in the subconscious mind of Bush the younger could only be relieved by psychologically whacking a socially acceptable father figure--Saadam?

Then again, after all is said and done, there is the possibility that Bush is crazy like a fox and is just using the crazy war talk to make Saadam think that Bush is unstable enough to pop Saadam for even glancing the wrong way. If you were Saadam, who would you fear most? A crazy loon or someone who is sane? Maybe world peace will be found by acting crazy. Those who are trying to act sane haven't done so well."

 

Bush must be crazy, says report

"WASHINGTON: US President George Bush is said to have gone crazy, at times going over the edge in cursing the media and liberal critics, while calling them "enemies of the state", quoted the Daily Times , an online publication Capitol Hill Blue .


Bush has become increasingly unpredictable and erratic, the report said. "In meetings with top aides and administration officials, the President goes from quoting the Bible in one breath to obscene tantrums against the media, Democrats and others, whom he classifies as 'enemies of the state'," it added.

According to it, the worried White House aides describe Bush as a man on the edge, increasingly wary of those, who disagree with him and paranoid of a public that no longer trusts his policies in Iraq or at home.

"It reminds me of the Nixon days," it quoted a long-time GOP political consultant as saying, adding, "Everybody is an enemy, everybody is out to get him. That's the mood over there." Aides further say that the President gets "hung up on minor details", micro managing to the extreme, while ignoring the bigger picture, and spends hours personally reviewing and approving every attack ad against his Democratic opponent and then kicks off a meeting on economic issues.

According to them, Bush says that he rules at the behest of God, can tongue-lash those he perceives as disloyal, calling them "editors bleep-bleep" in front of other staff, berating one cabinet official in front of others and labelling anyone who disagrees with him "unpatriotic" or "anti-American"."
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Nutty as a shithouse RAT I say!
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http://www.rense.com/general53/screen.htm
"Bush To Screen Everyone
For 'Mental Illness'
All 'Disruptive' Children To Be Forcibly Medicated?
By Jeanne Lenzer
British Medical Journal
6-19-4

NEW YORK -- A sweeping mental health initiative will be unveiled by President George W Bush in July. The plan promises to integrate mentally ill patients fully into the community by providing "services in the community, rather than institutions," according to a March 2004 progress report entitled New Freedom Initiative (www.whitehouse.gov/infocus/newfreedom/toc-2004.html). While some praise the plan's goals, others say it protects the profits of drug companies at the expense of the public.

Bush established the New Freedom Commission on Mental Health in April 2002 to conduct a "comprehensive study of the United States mental health service delivery system." The commission issued its recommendations in July 2003. Bush instructed more than 25 federal agencies to develop an implementation plan based on those recommendations.

The president's commission found that "despite their prevalence, mental disorders often go undiagnosed" and recommended comprehensive mental health screening for "consumers of all ages," including preschool children. According to the commission, "Each year, young children are expelled from preschools and childcare facilities for severely disruptive behaviours and emotional disorders." Schools, wrote the commission, are in a "key position" to screen the 52 million students and 6 million adults who work at the schools.

The commission also recommended "Linkage [of screening] with treatment and supports" including "state-of-the-art treatments" using "specific medications for specific conditions." The commission commended the Texas Medication Algorithm Project (TMAP) as a "model" medication treatment plan that "illustrates an evidence-based practice that results in better consumer outcomes."

Dr Darrel Regier, director of research at the American Psychiatric Association (APA), lauded the president's initiative and the Texas project model saying, "What's nice about TMAP is that this is a logical plan based on efficacy data from clinical trials."

He said the association has called for increased funding for implementation of the overall plan.

But the Texas project, which promotes the use of newer, more expensive antidepressants and antipsychotic drugs, sparked off controversy when Allen Jones, an employee of the Pennsylvania Office of the Inspector General, revealed that key officials with influence over the medication plan in his state received money and perks from drug companies with a stake in the medication algorithm (15 May, p1153). He was sacked this week for speaking to the BMJ and the New York Times. "

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He should be examined for mental illness himself FIRST.
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MPAA Names Dan Glickman To Replace Jack Valenti

Zordak writes "Fox News is reporting that the MPAA has chosen a new chief to replace Jack Valenti. Dan Glickman is an avid Linux user, a well-known consumer advocate, vehemently critical of the DMCA and a member of the EFF. Ha ha. Just kidding, Dave Barry style. Dan Glickman is actually a seasoned Washington politician, having served as a Kansas representative and agriculture secretary under President Clinton. He has previously been a lobbyist for the Walt Disney Corporation, and his son is the producer of such quality fare as 'Shanghai Knights' and 'Rush Hour.' Don't be looking for that 'approved' Linux DVD player soon."



 

FEDEX Saga continues- will it make its way home

Just a bit ago, they said that it would make it to its destination, back in Texas, before 1030 am. This will be almost exactly four days since I handed the package to them.

They have been very nice...but gee whiz!

We'll see what happens Friday.

 

FEDEX Saga continues

Just tracked my package...apparently, as of 1340 hours....it shows to STILL be in UTAH.

Geez....apparently you can time your FedEx "Next Day" delivery with a calendar, not a watch!

 

'Fahrenheit' Web leaks add fuel to controversy

"NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) -- The war between Michael Moore and his critics has escalated as a Web site targeting the "Fahrenheit 9/11" director posting a link to an illegal "Fahrenheit" file download. In the process, it also attacked the filmmaker's stance on copyright law.

A June 27 posting on the site www.MooreWatch.com invites visitors to download the film. It quotes Moore, though it doesn't cite a source, as encouraging such downloading by saying: "I don't agree with the copyright laws, and I don't have a problem with people downloading the movie and sharing it with people. As long as they're not doing it to make a profit, you know, as long as they're not trying to make a profit off my labor. I would oppose that."

Tom Ortenberg, president of Lions Gate Films Releasing, which is distributing the film with IFC Films and Harvey and Bob Weinstein's Fellowship Adventure Group, said Wednesday that his company is exploring legal action.

"I think it's deplorable what enemies of 'Fahrenheit 9/11' are doing," he said. "We are currently looking into our legal options. We are not going to tolerate anybody trying to infringe on (this film's release)."

Since May, there have been reports of downloadable versions of Moore's movie on such file-sharing networks as Limewire and eDonkey, concurrent with "Fahrenheit's" premiere at the Cannes Film Festival. But according to BigChampagne, an online media measurement firm, "Fahrenheit" took the file-sharing networks by storm Sunday evening.

"The first copies of 'Fahrenheit' -- quite good-quality in the estimation of people who track these things -- began to leak on Sunday night," BigChampagne founder and CEO Eric Garland said. "It's noteworthy that it took so long to show up in a big way in the file-sharing network, which is probably attributable to the fact that the film was on relatively few screens. The copy in circulation is a CAM version (a camcorder copy captured from an actual theater projection of the film)."

The file posted at MooreWatch.com is in BitTorrent, a peer-to-peer file-sharing client. For anyone to watch the movie, a series of complex steps is required to access it.

'Hit us and we will hit you back'
One person who posted on the site complained about the amount of time spent trying to download the file. "After downloading all night, I am at 11%," the Web poster said. "Should it take over a week to download; or is this part of the DDoS (distributed denial of service) attack?"

While that "Fahrenheit" skirmish was taking place on the Internet, the marketing and publicity effort surrounding Moore's anti-Bush documentary has begun to resemble a political campaign. It includes a story of the day fed to the press as well as fast-paced attacks and responses from both critics and backers of the film.

Ortenberg said that while he sees how parallels can be drawn between the film's media strategy and the way a political campaign is run, his efforts are still solely aimed at promoting the film. "We're just marketing the movie the best way we can," he said. "And we're absolutely not going to tolerate (attacks). Hit us and we will hit you back twice as hard."

On Wednesday morning, a news conference organized by the film's distributors was held in front of a theater playing the film on New York's Upper West Side. It featured members of Military Families Speak Out, who endorsed Moore's film and recounted personal tales of loved ones sent to Iraq.

Said MFSO member Nancy Lessin: "When the drumbeats for war were deafening, we had a sign (in our window) that said, 'My son is a Marine. Don't send him to war for oil!' We didn't want our loved ones to be sent around the world to be used as cannon fodder. I can't tell you how important Michael Moore's movie is in bringing back the ability to have a dialogue."

The film's distributors plan to make use of similar testimonials in a new national TV campaign that began running Wednesday.

Karen Duffy, former MTV personality and Revlon model and author of the new cookbook "A Slob in the Kitchen," hosted the Wednesday press event. A Lions Gate spokesperson said Duffy will now be an "advocate for Michael Moore" when he is unavailable."

 

Cop on the beat now a walking database

"BOSTON, Massachusetts (AP) -- A police officer stops you on the street, then taps something into a device in the palm of his hand.

The next minute, he knows who your relatives are, who lives in your house, who your neighbors are, the kind of car you drive or boat you own, whether you've been sued and various other tidbits about your life.

Science fiction? Hardly.

A growing number of police departments now have instant access via handheld wireless devices to vast commercial databases that contain details on just about anyone officers encounter on the beat.

In a time of terrorism worries, the information could theoretically save lives, or produce clues that an eagle-eyed cop could use to solve a case.

But placing a commercial database full of personal details at an officer's fingertips also raises troubling questions for electronic privacy activists.

"If the police went around keeping files on who you lived with and who your roommates were, I think people would be outraged," said Jay Stanley, a spokesman for the American Civil Liberties Union, "And yet in this case, they're not doing it, but they're plugging into a company that is able to do it easily."

In recent years, police departments have been testing different handheld wireless devices. Typically, they've used the devices to gain access to law enforcement databases meant only for police that, for example, alert them when someone is wanted for arrest."
=======SNIP===================
The better to watch and track you with my dear!

 

Saddam in court: 'The real criminal is Bush'

"BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- Saddam Hussein stepped into an Iraqi court on Thursday and entered a new chapter in Iraq's history, hearing preliminary charges against him that included the gassing of Kurds and the invasion of Kuwait.

Appearing before a judge in a 30-minute hearing, Saddam looked thin and downcast, but became animated and at times combative as proceedings unfolded.

When he was ushered into the court, the judge asked him his name and twice he said, "I am Saddam Hussein, the president of Iraq."

He listened to seven preliminary charges outlined in his arrest warrant -- the invasion of Kuwait in 1990, suppression of the Kurdish and Shiite uprising in 1991, political killings, religious killings, the killing of a big Kurdish family, and the gassing of the Kurds in Halabja."

============SNIP========================
Man, Saddam has lost a lot of ways, and has had a big
makeover...new clothes, haircut...

Now THAT's what American audiences would be interested in.
I can see him on Oprah "So, how DID you lose that weight Saddam?"

What's your secret?

And also, there was that show "Ambush Makeover" (not making that up folks...I've seen the show!). The would have loved to have been the ones to do Saddam's makeover I bet.

Oh Well...The next part is priceless...classic megalomaniac...
"When the judge asked whether he understood his rights and could afford counsel, Saddam pointed his finger at and asked whose jurisdiction the court was under.

Saddam challenged the judge on the invasion of Kuwait, saying: "How could you say that? I did that for the Iraqi people ... how could you defend these dogs," he said, referring to the Kuwaitis.

The judge reprimanded him for his language.

Saddam said Kuwait had been trying to bring down the price of oil and turn Iraqis into paupers and Iraqi women into prostitutes.

"This is all a theater, the real criminal is Bush," Saddam said, during one outburst, referring to the U.S. president."

Well...even the biggest liars tell an occasional truth by accident.

OK..a bit more...
"In another exchange, the former dictator said no one had the authority to strip him of his title of president if he is being accused of committing the crimes while he was in office. "I'm elected by the people of Iraq. The occupation cannot take that right away from me," he said.

In court, each time Saddam wanted to speak, however, he was respectful, saying "please" and making a hand gesture as well to indicate that.

Saddam refused to sign court documents that said he understood what took place in court, noting that he wanted his attorney present.

Saddam did not have legal representation at the hearing.

Tim Hughes, a member of Saddam's legal team, told CNN in an interview from Jordan that he objected to the proceeding because Saddam was denied legal advice beforehand."

But hey, isn't that the NEW FREEDOM of us Americans? Secret trials before secret juries and secret charges of terrorism?

Check out http://www.infowars.com

 

The FedEx Saga

Before noon, 29 June 2004, I delivered a package to FedEx and was promised next day delivery before 1530 hours (330 pm). Using the tracking number, I found it had arrived the next morning, around 0637 hours (637 am) in Fort Worth, about 90-100 miles from where it was to be delivered.

It sat there and sat there and sat there. We checked with the FedEx store that evening...it was STILL sitting there. We eventually, got our $14.89 back from FedEx, with assurances that it would be delivered before 1030 hours (1030 am) on 1 July. Remember, this is the third day that FedEx has had this package.

Tracking the package this morning...we see it went from Ft. Worth to Dallas last night, and then started its merry way eastward. From Dallas, it went for some bizarre reason to Tennessee...Memphis to be exact...and later...made its merry little way to Shreveport Louisiana.

From Shreveport, it continued its journey, for NO APPARENT REASON to
West Valley UTAH! So, it was marked as reaching its "Final Destination" in UTAH at 725 am this morning, July First, and at 0900 hours (9 am)...it was STILL sitting in West Valley UTAH. The final destination was to be around 90 miles from the Ft. Worth Texas address, where it say all day on the 30th. And, if we had not called FedEX, apparently it would be sitting all day in UTAH, instead of northeast Texas, where it was to be delivered on the next day after I sent it.

Is this any way to run a delivery business?

Sure, we got our money back, but it was CRUCIAL this package get there next day...and, we had to go through all kinds of calls and visits to FedEx locations to get our money back (they were going to credit our money to the Kinko-FedEx STORE account!!!!).

Anyway...that's the saga thus far. If it EVER gets where it was supposed to be on the 30th of June, I will let you know.
~Code


By the way,from the website, apparently, even though the manager of the Utah FedEx being aware of the package mishandling, it has been there for four hours at this point, in UTAH!

UPS....if you need someone to do an ad for you, drop me at note.

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2005   Thursday, February 03, 2005   Friday, February 04, 2005   Saturday, February 05, 2005   Sunday, February 06, 2005   Monday, February 07, 2005   Tuesday, February 08, 2005   Wednesday, February 09, 2005   Thursday, February 10, 2005   Friday, February 11, 2005   Saturday, February 12, 2005   Sunday, February 13, 2005   Tuesday, February 15, 2005   Thursday, February 17, 2005   Saturday, February 19, 2005   Sunday, February 20, 2005   Wednesday, February 23, 2005   Saturday, February 26, 2005   Sunday, February 27, 2005   Monday, February 28, 2005   Wednesday, March 02, 2005   Thursday, March 03, 2005   Sunday, March 06, 2005   Tuesday, March 08, 2005   Wednesday, March 09, 2005   Thursday, March 10, 2005   Friday, March 11, 2005   Saturday, March 12, 2005   Sunday, March 13, 2005   Monday, March 14, 2005   Tuesday, March 15, 2005   Wednesday, March 16, 2005   Thursday, March 17, 2005   Friday, March 18, 2005   Saturday, March 19, 2005   Thursday, March 24, 2005   Friday, March 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2005   Saturday, May 21, 2005   Sunday, May 22, 2005   Monday, May 23, 2005   Tuesday, May 24, 2005   Wednesday, May 25, 2005   Thursday, May 26, 2005   Friday, May 27, 2005   Saturday, May 28, 2005   Sunday, May 29, 2005   Monday, May 30, 2005   Tuesday, May 31, 2005   Wednesday, June 01, 2005   Thursday, June 02, 2005   Friday, June 03, 2005   Saturday, June 04, 2005   Sunday, June 05, 2005   Monday, June 06, 2005   Tuesday, June 07, 2005   Wednesday, June 08, 2005   Thursday, June 09, 2005   Friday, June 10, 2005   Sunday, June 12, 2005   Tuesday, June 14, 2005   Thursday, June 16, 2005   Friday, June 17, 2005   Saturday, June 18, 2005   Sunday, June 19, 2005   Monday, June 20, 2005   Tuesday, June 21, 2005   Thursday, June 23, 2005   Saturday, June 25, 2005   Sunday, June 26, 2005   Tuesday, June 28, 2005   Wednesday, June 29, 2005   Thursday, June 30, 2005   Friday, July 01, 2005   Saturday, July 02, 2005   Monday, July 04, 2005   Wednesday, July 06, 2005   Thursday, July 07, 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