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...... "Too many good docs are getting out of the business.

......Too many OB/GYN's aren't able to practice their...their love with women all across the country."�GEORGE BUSH

Sept. 6, 2004, Poplar Bluff, Mo.


Mr. "BRING IT ON" Man, got his ass kicked by his own bicycle!

Scientific experiment to PROVE the economy is "ON FIRE" and there are lots of
high paying jobs being created. Heck, you can't even turn around without being offered a six figure CEO position, right? LOLOLOL...MORE of "THE BIG LIE"!
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Wednesday, July 14, 2004


Saddam's Statue will end up in Fort Hood Texas

When Saddam Hussein ruled Iraq, a pair of monuments stood as symbols of his iron-fisted domination: towering bronze statues depicting a heroic Saddam as the mighty conqueror, on horseback, sword aloft.

But U.S. troops blew the statues off their pedestals after the invasion of Iraq, giving the soldiers who pulled Saddam out of his hiding hole a keepsake to bring home.

The 50-foot-tall statues were melted down and recast by a skilled Iraqi artist who turned them into a new memorial that depicts a GI mourning his fallen comrades while a young girl tries to console him.

The new statue, mounted on a black granite base, is the centerpiece of an Iraq war memorial being built outside the 4th Infantry Division's museum at Fort Hood in central Texas.


Five die after being set on fire in Seattle

"July 14, 2004 | SEATTLE (AP) --

A man doused his girlfriend and three small children with gasoline inside a car and set them on fire early Wednesday as he drove, authorities said. All five died after the car crashed in flames."
I TOLD you that having a madman as President was getting to people!


Pentagon denies hiding terror suspects

"July 14, 2004 | WASHINGTON (AP) --

The Pentagon on Wednesday denied it is hiding any imprisoned terrorism suspects from the International Committee of the Red Cross. A Defense Department spokesman would not comment on whether other U.S. agencies might be doing so."



"Kenny Boy" Lay Claims He was clueless about any fraud

"July 14, 2004 | HOUSTON (AP) --

Enron Corp. founder Kenneth Lay describes his return to CEO just months before the energy company's collapse in terms that make him sound like he was a student cramming for a final after letting others do the coursework.

‘‘Throughout that whole period, a lot of information was flowing to me from a lot of different sources," he said.

Lay contends he was clueless about fraud at Enron when he retook the reins of the company in mid-August 2001, after the abrupt resignation of his protege, former CEO Jeffrey Skilling. He also says that even as he was being warned about questionable activities, he was working hard -- and legally -- attempting to straighten out the company's financial problems."
Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha ---hang on, my side's hurting from laughing...I'm ok now...Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha ...WHEW!


Mexico attorney general gets microchip implant

"July 14, 2004 | MEXICO CITY (AP) -- Security has reached the subcutaneous level for Mexico's attorney general and at least 160 people in his office -- they have been implanted with microchips that get them access to secure areas of their headquarters.

It's a pioneering application of a technology that is widely used in animals but not in humans.

Mexico's top federal prosecutors and investigators began receiving chip implants in their arms in November in order to get access to restricted areas inside the attorney general's headquarters, said Antonio Aceves, general director of Solusat, the company that distributes the microchips in Mexico.

Attorney General Rafael Macedo de la Concha and 160 of his employees were implanted at a cost to taxpayers of $150 for each rice grain-sized chip.

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More are scheduled to get ‘‘tagged" in coming months, and key members of the Mexican military, the police and the office of President Vicente Fox might follow suit, Aceves said. Fox's office did not immediately return a call seeking comment.

A spokeswoman for Macedo de la Concha's office said she could not comment on Aceves' statements, citing security concerns. But Macedo himself mentioned the chip program to reporters Monday, saying he had received an implant in his arm. He said the chips were required to enter a new federal anti-crime information center.

‘‘It's only for access, for security," he said.

The chips also could provide more certainty about who accessed sensitive data at any given time. In the past, the biggest security problem for Mexican law enforcement has been corruption by officials themselves.

Aceves said his company eventually hopes to provide Mexican officials with implantable devices that can track their physical location at any given time, but that technology is still under development.

The chips that have been implanted are manufactured by VeriChip Corp., a subsidiary of Applied Digital Solutions Inc. of Palm Beach, Fla.

They lie dormant under the skin until read by an electromagnetic scanner, which uses a technology known as radio frequency identification, or RFID, that's now getting hot in the inventory and supply chain businesses."

They scream into your ears ala Drill sergeants...TAKE THE CHIP...
(hold him down...give me the needle....) YOU WILL TAKE THE CHIP MISTER...

The pod people can score another one...another one has joined the "Chip People"....

He probably thinks he's elite and cool...but wait...it means he can, and will be tracked everywhere he goes...and if he gets kidnapped...I'm sure the kidnappers will do amateur surgery just to remove it..



Accidentally discovered website of the Day

"Home: About Outfoxed
"Outfoxed" examines how media empires, led by Rupert Murdoch's Fox News, have been running a "race to the bottom" in television news. This film provides an in-depth look at Fox News and the dangers of ever-enlarging corporations taking control of the public's right to know.

The film explores Murdoch's burgeoning kingdom and the impact on society when a broad swath of media is controlled by one person.

Media experts, including Walter Cronkite, Jeff Cohen (FAIR) Bob McChesney (Free Press), Chellie Pingree (Common Cause), Jeff Chester (Center for Digital Democracy) and David Brock (Media Matters) provide context and guidance for the story of Fox News and its effect on society.

This documentary also reveals the secrets of Former Fox news producers, reporters, bookers and writers who expose what it's like to work for Fox News. These former Fox employees talk about how they were forced to push a "right-wing" point of view or risk their jobs. Some have even chosen to remain anonymous in order to protect their current livelihoods. As one employee said "There's no sense of integrity as far as having a line that can't be crossed."

Director/Producer Robert Greenwald has produced and/or directed 53 television movies, miniseries and features. He is the director of Uncovered and the Executive Producer of the UN series - Unprecedented, Uncovered and the soon to be released Unconstitutional."


State of the Union: The movie is the message

"On the day I watched Moore's movie, the audience was a mixed congregation of whites and African-Americans, adults and teens - very much like the mix of people in the film.

My companion, an African-American elementary school teacher in Detroit, had already seen the film once but couldn't wait for a second helping.

We saw the movie on a Monday afternoon, usually a quiet time for movie theatres. But movie-goers filled the Star Theatre and most seemed to be among the converted. They clapped frequently.

I couldn't help wondering how so many people found time to attend a day-time movie. Were they night shift employees? Were they jobless? "
Jobless? I bet...state after state has reported rising rates of joblessness and unemployment....and, according to many articles in papers...this RISE in jobless numbers REASSURES us that the economy is doing great.

It's the New Freedom, courtesy of King George the W, don't try to make sense of it.


Senate Kills Gay-Bashing Amendment

The Senate dealt an election-year defeat Wednesday to a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, rejecting pleas from President Bush and fellow conservatives that the measure was needed to safeguard an institution that has flourished for thousands of years.
The vote was 48-50, 12 short of the 60 needed to keep the measure alive. Six Republicans joined dozens of Democrats in sealing the amendment's fate.

"I would argue that the future of our country hangs in the balance because the future of marriage hangs in the balance," said Sen. Rick Santorum, a leader in the fight to approve the measure. "Isn't that the ultimate homeland security, standing up and defending marriage?" "
Does Santorum have congenital constant, serial constipation?



"Trinday Press Release July 2nd 2004

Police Escort Suspect Away

Christopher Richards, Son of Bonesman David Richards, who tapped President George W. Bush into Yale Senior Secret Society, Skull & Bones, was involved in an incident July 1, in Scarsdale New York. There in a face-to-face confrontation, Chris Richards threatened to kill author Toby Rogers and his family.

First there was a story in the Daily News gossip column LowDown by Lloyd Grove about some revealing items in Mr. Roger's book Ambushed: Secrets of the Bush Family, The Stolen Presidency, 9/11, and 2004, TrineDay. The May 26, 2004 article titled "Yale Bud: Bush Bad To The Bones" quoted David Richards from an interview Rogers conducted for his book.

Richards, who is now a Manhattan real estate lawyer, on April 28th 1967, tapped President George W. Bush into Skull & Bones. He told Mr. Rogers that he did not support George W. Bush's presidency. "I think it's pretty grim. I think he trashed the economy, and I think he conducted foreign policy badly, and I think he is a bad President" Richards said.

The story also was mentioned on MSNBC.

On July 1, 2004 the Daily News ran "A Bonesman's Out Of Joint", the Low Down's follow up account regarding the fallout of his first story. Grove reported that according to Rogers, Richards was "taking a lot of heat for his anti-Bush comments that appeared in this column in May."

Rogers told Grove that a Bonesman nicknamed "Groggy" walked up to Richards in Washington DC and told Richards "keep your f---- mouth shut."

Chris Richards, who was Rogers source for the story went ballistic and sought out Mr. Rogers and threatened to kill him and his family."
"Duh world is full of the kwaaaaaaaziest people."


Thank God for the Renegades...Steve Vaus

For listeners of Alex Jones and John Stadtmiller and have heard the bumper music...Thank God for the Renegades (I love that song..it rocks)...and might want to purchase the album...
I found the lyrics and the Singer/Songwriter, Steve Vaus..

The song is
from the cd I Still Believe by Steve Vaus
" Renegades

From Nazareth he came, With a rag tag band
To bring, A revolution

Some would make Him King, others couldn't stand for that
The cross, Was a solution

But he rose again, and wise men follow him
He rose again, and wise men follow him

Thank God for the renegades, and the lives they lead
Far ahead of their time

Without the renegades , Lord knows where we'd be
When it comes to heroes , Renegades are mine

They railed against the crown, Another rag tag band
Declaring , Independence

They laid their bodies down, won a bloody war,
And liberty for their descendants

Thanks to the renegades, we're free today
Thanks to the renegades, we're free today

Thank god for the renegades, and the lives they lead
Far ahead of their time

Without the renegades , Lord knows where we'd be
When it comes to heroes , Renegades are mine

Where are the renegades in the world today?
Who are the renegades in the world today? "


Harmless 68 year old man killed by Cop. Mistook beverage can for weapon

"Article Published: Wednesday, July 14, 2004
Shooting by officer criticized

By Kirk Mitchell and Daniel Nguyen
Denver Post Staff Writers

Denver leaders and legal experts on Tuesday said police took an overly aggressive stance even before an officer fatally shot a man who had nothing to do with the domestic violence call that drew them to the home.
Denver police Sunday night crawled through an upstairs window of a West Lincoln Park home after the victim, Cathy Sandoval, had already escaped and spoken with police.

"Crawling through the window increases the risk of confrontation," said Joe Sandoval, professor and chairman of the Criminal Justice and Criminology Department at Metropolitan State College. He was also a member of a task force set up to review Denver's deadly force policy. "We're not talking about a case where someone is shooting up the neighborhood."

Coming just weeks after a special commission recommended alternatives to deadly force to Mayor John Hickenlooper, the incident suggests more work is needed, Sandoval and others said.

"Here's another situation that from all evidence could have been handled in a different way," said the Rev. Paul Martin of Macedonia Baptist Church, also a member of the mayor's task force.

The facts of the case are so troubling they raise new concerns about police training and protocol, said Elbra Wedgeworth, Denver City Council president.

"I'm just as perplexed as many other people in this city," Wedgeworth said.

Officer Ranjan Ford Jr. fatally shot Frank Lobato, 63, in his bed Sunday evening after the officer thought he saw the sickly man raise a gun in his hand.

Instead, Lobato, who had nothing to do with the earlier domestic violence case, had only a soda can in his hand.

Dozens of critics who protested in two rallies Tuesday had harsh criticism for police and demanded that Hickenlooper fire Police Chief Gerry Whitman and Ford.

Shareef Aleem held a poster that said, "Fire officers who kill the unarmed."

"You don't hear about police officers climbing through windows in Cherry Hills and shooting people in their beds," Aleem said. "This whole culture has got to change."

The Denver district attorney's office on Tuesday clarified that police did have authority to enter the home. Sandoval invited them in, and police had an earlier search warrant for Vincent Martinez's arrest, which officers knew when they arrived at the home. Martinez, who is Lobato's nephew, is accused of assaulting Sandoval."
I'm surprised the cop didn't Taser him a while and THEN shoot him to death. Hey, the Nazis killed the people that were old and sick, so why not our brave NEW gestapo here in this Brave New World. You liberals quit your bitchin'...it's the New Freedom..just get used to the Supremacy of the New Fourth Reich Guards in Black. They only kill when they think they are threatened by a FULL soda can!


RIAA Tells Senators to Pass the INDUCE Act

Hollywoodreporter.com: "WASHINGTON -- In a sign that the debate over copyright infringement is heating up in Congress, RIAA chief Mitch Bainwol is urging lawmakers to approve legislation that would allow creative artists and rights holders to sue companies that profit by encouraging people to commit acts of copyright infringement. In a letter to all 100 senators, Bainwol contends that the legislation does not target P2P technologies and is necessary to protect legitimate interests. The letter follows one sent last week by 40 consumer electronics, Internet and high-tech companies and groups and precedes a hearing on the legislation that could come next week. 'Instead of seeking to target a technology, we believe the bill rightly goes after bad behavior,' Bainwol wrote. 'It seeks to isolate bad actors that intentionally induce others to break the law. I'm not a lawyer, but intentional inducement is a high standard that is difficult to meet, consistent with the 1984 Sony Betamax case, and would not come anywhere near companies who simply produce devices that can be used for either legitimate or illegitimate purposes.' "


Accenture says federal probe looming

"Technology services giant Accenture said Friday that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission plans an informal investigation of an incident involving the company. In a public filing, Accenture said the probe concerns "an incident of possible noncompliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and/or with Accenture's internal controls in connection with certain of Accenture's operations in the Middle East." The matter is also under review by the U.S. Department of Justice, Accenture said. The company first disclosed the incident in July 2003, and said it voluntarily reported the incident to the appropriate authorities in the United States. "We do not believe that this incident will have any material impact on our results of operations or financial condition," Accenture said in its filing Friday."
You MAY remember Accenture by it's OLD Name..."Arthur Andersen" / Andersen Consulting...the firm that said everything was fine and dandy in it's audit of Enron and others.



The Annenberg Political Fact Check, located on the Net as http://www.factcheck.org, is being thrown out as a link,more by the Repubs than McDonalds throws out rancid vegetable oil.

They want us to visit that site?

OK..lets go.

"Bush Ad Claims Kerry Voted Against "Protections for Pregnant Women"
It's a misleading ad. What Kerry really voted against was the "Unborn Victims of Violence Act."

"New Bush Ad Features McCain Endorsement
It’s a fact McCain endorsed Bush. It’s also a fact he criticized Bush’s war performance."

"Anti-Kerry Ad Misses Context, Distorts Facts
Pro-Bush group repeats misleading attacks on Kerry's defense record."

OK..thanks for the link Repubs!


THE ECONOMY IS IMPROVING (cows excrete this kind of thing daily)

I laughed my arse off this morning watching CSpan talking about the economy. This older lady called and the first thing out of her mouth was "The economy is improving..." and then she related to say both her husband and she, had both lost their jobs and haven't gotten any other company to hire them (I think her husband is trying to start his own business since he couldn't get hired by anyone).

This bizarre notion just keeps going...
More and more people out of work, and the economy is doing great!

One word sums it up...


Scottish jobless numbers increase

"Unemployment has risen more quickly in Scotland than across the UK as a whole, according to latest figures.
The total number of people out of work in the UK increased by 6,000 between March and May, to 1,432,000.

But in Scotland it rose by 13,000 to 155,000 over the same period, according to the Office for National Statistics. "


Bush To Screen Everyone

"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."
Would President Queeg, aka The Madness of King George the W..
submit to testing and mandatory medical intervention via
pharmaceuticals first? Or, at least, take the meds long enough
to stop the hallucinations and delusions!



The conservative Patriot Movement, is SICK OF BUSH.
The Libertarians are SICK of BUSH.
The Democrats are SICK of BUSH.
Many conservative Republicans are secretly SICK of BUSH.
Seniors on Medicare are SICK of BUSH.
Indigent single mothers on assistance are SICK of BUSH.
Gays are SICK of BUSH.
Straigjts are SICK of BUSH.
The country, for the most part, is SICK OF BUSH.

ANYBODY BUT BUSH YES>...BUT...How about giving a Libertarian a
try. Michael Badnarik at http://www.lp.org makes a lot of sense.

Against Censorship
For Privacy


Government Web Search Engines Favor Sites Critical of Kerry

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Searching for "Kerry" on the Department of Homeland Security's Web site Tuesday afternoon turned up an unexpected top hit: a Republican attack on the Democratic presidential candidate.
A similar search on the Web site of the Department of Health and Human Services brought up the same link at the top - a news release from conservative Rep. C.L. Butch Otter, R-Idaho, that said a John Kerry administration "would embolden environmental extremists to press an aggressive agenda of restricting access and responsible use of public lands."

The statement is posted on the Web site of the House Republican Conference, www.gop.gov.

Made aware by The Associated Press of the political content that appears through his agency's search engine, HHS spokesman Bill Hall was not amused.

"That is not supposed to be there and we are quite upset," Hall said.

Both agencies pointed the finger at the government's official Web portal, Firstgov.gov, which maintains their search engines.

The second and third picks on the "Kerry" HHS search - his testimony before a Senate panel in 1999 and his own Senate site - should also not be there, Hall said, since the pages do not come from the HHS family of agencies, such as the Food and Drug Administration. He said HHS had provided Firstgov.gov a list of URLs to include and that Senate Web sites should not be among them."
Winston Smith, from 1984, is apparently alive and well,
and tinkering with government computer search engines!


Partisan Extremism and the Loss of Political Civility

"Partisan Extremism and the Loss of Political Civility
Jul 14, 2004, 05:41

In the wake of Dick Cheney's use on the Senate floor of what Rudyard Kipling described as the favorite noun, verb and adjective of the British soldier, we've been treated to a fresh wave of stories decrying the loss of civility in politics.
"We've become two warring nations," says independent pollster John Zogby. "The same incivility we have been experiencing within Washington in the last decade has spread out across the nation."

Drake University political scientist Dennis Goldford agrees: "The discourse is distinctly nastier," he says. "People are seeing each other not as political partisans, but as enemies."
See my previous post on America, America...Wherefore Art Thou


Got Job Stress?

A few t-shirts, mousepads, and such that express your frustration.


E-Voting Companies

Interesting page about the companies involved in E-voting machines.


America, America...wherefore art thou America

With apologies to "the Bard of Avon", I wanted to title this a bit after the starcrossed lovers in Romeo and Juliet.

I love America. I am of Native American, German, and Jewish ancestry, so, some of my forebears, were here to greet the first Europeans who came here.

I grew up in the 50s. I can remember when I was young, here in the South, going to clothing or department stores and seeing water fountains with signs over them which read "White Only"
and "Colored Only". I remember asking my Mom why only I, as a white, couldn't drink from the colored only fountain. I can't recall a good answer, and thus, one day, when the "White Only" fountain was broken, I did the unthinkable...I drank from the "Colored Only" fountain. I waited a few seconds to see if there would be a transformation of some kind...and, failing to see anything, I concluded that the water in the "Colored Only" was the same as the water in the "White Only". Water is water, and people are people, and from that point on, I began to understand that people in positions of power could be stupid, wrongheaded, arbitrary, and controlling, just for the sake of being so.

There are many people living nowadays who grew up since the Vietnam war. During the war, I was in college, and though in the draft, my number was never called. I had shoulder length hair, and was constantly being pulled over by DPS (state troopers) and cops, just to search my car and hassle me for no reason.

I began to understand the meanspiritedness of those in power, in ANY form of power.

But, even earlier, long before the water fountain epiphany, I started understanding what I thought was the MOST fundamental distinction between people. Actually, there were TWO major groups of distinction.

One was that there were two groups of people in all sexes and races. There were nice people and jerks, and they came in all ages, sexes, colors, religions, etc.

The second dichotomy was that there were people who wanted to have the maximum of freedom possible for everyone, and those who wanted to control just about everything everyone else did, said, thought, etc.

Now, to combine those groups, I found that the people who believed in personal freedom tended to include more of the "nice" people, and the group who wanted to limit freedom, tended to include most of the "jerk" class.

King George the W, has the distinction of being the King of BOTH of the negative groups. He wants to take away as much of your personal freedoms as he can, and he is really a jerk!

I wish that, as Americans, we could all come to a consensus that things like healthcare for everyone, freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, freedom of and FROM religion, and freedom of assocation was not only right, but smart. I wish we could come to a consensus as thinking humans on a planet together, that our environment is important, and that alternative sources of
clean(er) energy is important.

We need to CONSERVE our valuable resources, and you would think that CONSERVATIVES would think that way too, but NO.

Freedom is a precious thing. Only those who have lost theirs for any length of time can imagine how truly precious and wonderful a thing it is, to be able to walk into the sunshine any time you feel like it.

When I was young, growing up in the 50s, the major irritant was not the lack of computers, lack of MP3 players, lack of email, or anything like that. It was the closeminded , "conservative" attitude of others here in the South.

If you wore long hair, you were scorned, ridiculed, discriminated against, as if you were not a real person. Funny how losing a little length of some dead protein on your head could suddenly make you respectable and intelligent in other people's eyes.

I believe these same prejudiced people would have been the first to make fun of "The Elephant Man", Mr. Merrick.

Over the years, I've come to understand the pathos, the poignancy, and the sense content of a statement/question by a black man who had the hell beat out of him by a group of "peace officers" in Los Angeles, later seen on televisions around the world.

That statement which continues to echo, continues to reverberate, and resonate within me, continues to assert itself.


That's not a funny question. To be honest, I've read the works of the greatest philosophers from Kant to Nietzche, from Aristotle to Plato and after all their words, this one, uneducated man asked one of the fundamental questions that address wars, hate crimes, and the ongoing battle between the Right and the Left.


Apparently NOT, and WHY? Because, as I discovered so long ago...there is an inhertent battle between those who believe in personal freedom to choose to live their lives as they see fit (without hurting others) and those who think there is only one way to live. The latter group live their sad, pathetic lives trying to enforce their martinet dogma on everyone else.

They are religious intolerants in some cases. In other cases, such as the people who revel in the content of THE SKEPTIC magazine, are people who want to say that no one should believe in the magical side of this existence. They are atheists. So, there are fundamental religious nuts who are intolerant, and fundamental atheist nuts who are intolerant.

But, there are reasonable and tolerant religious and spiritual people, and there are reasonable and tolerant atheists.

I want America back. It has been too long in the death grip of the shouting, bulging eyes, bulging veined , rhetoric spouting idiots. Some, high on hillbilly heroin saying they have wit or power "ON LOAN from GOD" , and some others, in government, assuring us all that GOD is directing their bizarre and freedom destroying activities.

I'm tired of the likes of Sean "BabyFat" Hannity, Dennis "Dude Where's My Career" Miller, Michael "Savage" Weiner (Janet Weiner owns the trademark to the name "Michael Savage"), "Smirking Chimp" O'Reilly, "Squint Eyed" Scarborough, and the rest...(Oh, I forgot "Feel the RUSH" Lumbering Limbaugh.

Look, let's remember one thing. This country, if it is about ANYTHING , is about diversity and freedom. We are not a nation of clones and stepford wives, and if we were, I wouldn't be here.

A world of black,white, and grey would get old really quickly.

How the hell can we fix it?

Many, I say MANY people are wondering if we will have an election, let alone, a FAIR election. With Diebold nationwide, and Hart Intercivic of Austin, being run and own by Pro-Bush people, even the most naive of people should see the potential for wrongdoing here.

So, we may get to vote, we may not. If we DO vote, it may count for the one we cast it for, or, through electronic manipulation, may count for the one we voted AGAINST.

I'm out of ideas...but, damn it...it's OUR country and we want it BACK, before they change the spelling officially from AmeriCa to AmeriKa.

End of Rant


An homage to the Poetry of DH Rumsfeld

"The Poetry of D.H. Rumsfeld
Recent works by the secretary of defense.
By Hart Seely
Posted Wednesday, April 2, 2003, at 10:03 AM PT

Rumsfeld's free-speaking verse

Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld is an accomplished man. Not only is he guiding the war in Iraq, he has been a pilot, a congressman, an ambassador, a businessman, and a civil servant. But few Americans know that he is also a poet.

Until now, the secretary's poetry has found only a small and skeptical audience: the Pentagon press corps. Every day, Rumsfeld regales reporters with his jazzy, impromptu riffs. Few of them seem to appreciate it.

But we should all be listening. Rumsfeld's poetry is paradoxical: It uses playful language to address the most somber subjects: war, terrorism, mortality."
------and further down the article-----
"And so Slate has compiled a collection of Rumsfeld's poems, bringing them to a wider public for the first time. The poems that follow are the exact words of the defense secretary, as taken from the official transcripts on the Defense Department Web site.

The Unknown
As we know,
There are known knowns.
There are things we know we know.
We also know
There are known unknowns.
That is to say
We know there are some things
We do not know.
But there are also unknown unknowns,
The ones we don't know
We don't know.

—Feb. 12, 2002, Department of Defense news briefing

Glass Box
You know, it's the old glass box at the—
At the gas station,
Where you're using those little things
Trying to pick up the prize,
And you can't find it.

And it's all these arms are going down in there,
And so you keep dropping it
And picking it up again and moving it,

Some of you are probably too young to remember those—
Those glass boxes,

But they used to have them
At all the gas stations
When I was a kid.

—Dec. 6, 2001, Department of Defense news briefing

A Confession
Once in a while,
I'm standing here, doing something.
And I think,
"What in the world am I doing here?"
It's a big surprise.

—May 16, 2001, interview with the New York Times

You're going to be told lots of things.
You get told things every day that don't happen.

It doesn't seem to bother people, they don't—
It's printed in the press.
The world thinks all these things happen.
They never happened.

Everyone's so eager to get the story
Before in fact the story's there
That the world is constantly being fed
Things that haven't happened.

All I can tell you is,
It hasn't happened.
It's going to happen.

—Feb. 28, 2003, Department of Defense briefing

The Digital Revolution
Oh my goodness gracious,
What you can buy off the Internet
In terms of overhead photography!

A trained ape can know an awful lot
Of what is going on in this world,
Just by punching on his mouse
For a relatively modest cost!

—June 9, 2001, following European trip

The Situation
Things will not be necessarily continuous.
The fact that they are something other than perfectly continuous
Ought not to be characterized as a pause.
There will be some things that people will see.
There will be some things that people won't see.
And life goes on.

—Oct. 12, 2001, Department of Defense news briefing

I think what you'll find,
I think what you'll find is,
Whatever it is we do substantively,
There will be near-perfect clarity
As to what it is.

And it will be known,
And it will be known to the Congress,
And it will be known to you,
Probably before we decide it,
But it will be known.

—Feb. 28, 2003, Department of Defense briefing "
Combine this with the "Let the Eagle Soar" of Ashcroft, and you have all the art you will ever need. Go forth and multiply.


I write badly, therefore I am a would-be terrorist


I don't think of myself as a dangerous character. Neither, I think, do the lively old ladies who routinely trample me on the escalators at Neiman Marcus. Nor the other software salesmen who race past me into early retirement. Nor, above all, the publishers and agents who seem to take unabashed pleasure in routinely shredding my dream of hanging up my salesman's shoes and becoming an author.

But it turns out we're all wrong about me. Just ask John Ashcroft.

Frankly, I didn't think I had the stuff — neither compelling dialogue for my probably-never-to-be-published novel-in-progress, nor the aura of a cold-blooded killer — until a few weeks ago, when my flight from New Orleans landed at Dallas' Love Field.

"How are you?" asked the airport security person who popped up beside me on my way to baggage claim.

"Uh, fine — thanks," I replied, wondering, why are you asking?

As if she'd read my thoughts, she told me there had been complaints about me on the airplane. Then she asked to see the crossword puzzle I'd been working on during the flight. Huh? I thought. Talk about being puzzled! Still, my grin was smug as I handed it over. I'd just completed the Friday New York Times puzzle, for the first time ever.

But the agent ignored the crossword, turning the paper sideways to read a line I'd scribbled in the margin: "I know this is kind of a bomb."

She pointed to the sentence, her finger resting on the word "bomb." "What does this mean?" she demanded.

Suddenly a light went on in my head. I remembered the passenger on my left leaning forward in his seat as I scribbled while we waited for takeoff. Seconds later, he'd clambered hastily over me without apology to make his way to the front of the plane. I'd assumed intestinal complications, but now that I thought about it, he hadn't used the bathroom. He'd spoken briefly with the flight attendants and returned to his seat. As the security woman looked at me, I now realized the passenger had been about as interested in my puzzling prowess as she was.

"I know this is kind of a bomb" is what I imagine Bucky, my main character, would say to Julie, his love interest, in the critical scene of my novel. I explained to the security woman that this is what happens when a 42-year-old man who is to literature what a karaoke singer is to opera tries to put words in the mouth of a fictional 19-year-old.

I opened my laptop and showed her shining example after shining example of similarly awful dialogue. She understood that that word, b-o-m-b, was no reference to ordnance or terrorist weapons of any kind.

But my explanation wasn't good enough for the three Dallas police officers who meanwhile had surrounded me — summoned, I supposed, for backup in case the dangerous character tried to write something even worse."
Hey Man...it's the New Freedom...it's "For your safety"...just like the chips imbedded in our skin will be, the bar codes on our forewarms, the retinal scans, the random searches....


Bush says Kerry reminds him of the weather

In a speech recently, King George the W said something about Kerry or his position, reminding him of the weather...if you don't like it, wait a minute and it will change.

Well King George the W...you remind me of an East Texas cow turd...the hotter it gets and the more you stir it, the more it stinks and reminds you how nauseating it was to begin with!


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