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DON'T BLAME ME...I VOTED FOR KERRY !!!!!!



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Monday, August 16, 2004

 

Bush insists his administration seeking 'new ways to harm our country'

""Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we," Bush said. "They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we."

No one in Bush's audience of military brass or Pentagon chiefs reacted.?"Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we," Bush said. "They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we."

No one in Bush's audience of military brass or Pentagon chiefs reacted."
======SNIP=============
I guess after you've heard a mentally ill person tell you the 365th time that he is Napolean, you quit reacting to it.

 

A Book I never Wrote

I was going to write this sci-fi book about a future America where a fundamentalist madman becomes president after losing the popular vote, but being Selected by the Supreme Court. He goes nuts, taking personal liberties from people, setting up a program to test every adult and child in the USA for mental illness and instituting compulsory medications. He would also attack a country and bomb the hell out of it that has not attacked the US, and would be spending a lot of his time in his last year in office, doped up on prescription anti-depressants because he couldn't take questions about his business dealings and relationship with a guy under a federal indictment. In my book, he also bruises up his face falling from a bike, almost chokes to death on the couch on a pretzel, has growths removed from his face...
and pledges in a national speech, to never quit thinking up ways to harm America and its citizens.

I WAS going to write it, but, of course, such an implausible chain of events would never happen...right?

 

Rummie the Dummie says criticism of Bush helps the terrorists

"Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said on Monday opposition to the U.S. President was encouraging Washington's enemies and hindering his 'war against terrorism'. "

"In essence, Dumsfeld is stating that anyone who dares to question the administration and offer opposition is hindering the War on Terra.

Little old me, who is a speck in the greater scheme of things, have been included in his statements.

I stand proudly by my opposition to everything this administration has done and continues to do in our name -- We The People -- in the War on Terra. Let them sicc Ashcroft and his brownshirts on me for daring to speak my mind.

The utter contempt these people feel for the laws of our land has never so boldly stood out as it has in the past year. This particular statement really outrages me, though, as it shows plain and clear how little We The People factor into any equation at the White House.


Bush is Lying, Folks are Dying!
Out the Door in 2004!"

I agree...Out the Door in 2004

 

Accidentally discovered website of the Day

http://www.depresident.com/blogs.asp
check it!

 

Difference between President Queeg and Captain Queeg

As I see it, the main difference between King George the Crazy W, and Captain Queeg, the paranoid sea captain played by Humphrey Bogart in the movie, The Caine Mutiny, is that, during the courtroom scene, Captain Queeg had steel balls he rolled around in his hands during questioning, and the subsequent revelation to the court of his obvious paranoid delusions. Captain Queeg had balls, King George the Crazy, aka "President Queeg" has no balls.

 

Even China has Problems with their Economy despite WalMart

"BEIJING, Aug. 17 (Xinhuanet) -- An oil price rise on the international market may pose a potential threat to China's economy, Tuesday's China Daily quoted experts as saying.

Niu Li, a senior economist at the State Information Centre, said the price hike could drag down China's economic growth by at least 0.8 percentage point.

A direct impact of the oil price rise was that China would have to pay extra money to import the same amount of oil as it planned. "


 

Bush Tells Mich. Crowd Economy Improving

"Bush Tells Mich. Crowd Economy Improving

TOM RAUM

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. - President Bush voiced sympathy on Monday for this industrial state's economic distress but told a receptive northern Michigan audience that conditions are improving."
=SNIP-==============
Look, this is the Big Lie coming face to face with the solemn truth.
This friggin' IDIOT, who is on serious psychoactive medications (heavy duty anti-depressant prescription meds) actually "voiced sympathy" for the state's economic distress, and then had the NERVE to tell them the economy is getting better!

He MUST be Cleopatra cuz he's da Queen of Denial. Actually, I believe he has a serious mental illness. If it's only clinical depression, it's a serious mental illness.

 

Gold Rises to Near 4-Week High as New York Manufacturing Falls

"



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Gold Rises to Near 4-Week High as New York Manufacturing Falls
Aug. 16 (Bloomberg) -- Gold prices in New York rose to nearly a four-week high as the dollar touched a four-week low against the euro after a gauge of manufacturing in New York State declined more than analysts expected.

The regional index, which offers the first clues to the performance of U.S. manufacturing in August, fell to 12.6 from a revised 35.8 in July, a Federal Reserve survey of factories showed. Economists had expected 32.15, the median of 34 forecasts in a Bloomberg survey. A decline in the U.S. currency made gold, sold in dollars, cheaper for buyers holding euros.

``The dollar has weakened a bit since the survey came out, and it's boosting gold,'' said Tom Boustead, an analyst at Refco LLC in New York. ``This is more data that looks weak for the economy.'' "
==SNIP=========
Of COURSE Gold is higher in value now. OUR economy is based on a fiat currency...all that is backing it according to John Snow, secretary of the treasury is "the hard work and resourcefullness of the American Worker" (he gave that answer on CSPAN on Washington Journal when asked what backs our money).

 

Dollar Near 4-Week Low; Consumer Price Increase Probably Slowed

"Aug. 17 (Bloomberg) -- The dollar traded near a four-week low against the euro in Asia on speculation a report will show U.S. consumer prices rose less in July, which may prompt the Federal Reserve to slow interest-rate increases this year.

The U.S. currency slid 2.8 percent this month on signs an economic slowdown may persuade the Fed to stay on hold at its September meeting after lifting interest rates in June and August. Job growth slowed for a fourth month in July, the June trade deficit rose a record and a gauge of manufacturing in New York fell to the lowest in more than a year this month, reports showed.

``Tame inflation in a slowing economy will make it more likely the Fed will skip a rate increase in September,'' said Tsutomu Soma, a trader of derivatives and currencies in Tokyo at Okasan Securities Co. ``That's going to put the dollar on the defensive.'' "
=SNIP==========
"SLOWING">>>>??? But Georgie Porgie said it was growing not slowing....maybe he heard slowing and thought it was growing, like when God handed out looks and George thought he said "books" and said, "Give me a funny one!".

 

U.S. Economy%3A Factory Index Declines to Low for Year

"U.S. Economy: Factory Index Declines to Low for Year
By Bloomberg News
Monday, August 16, 2004

A gauge of manufacturing in New York state declined this month to the lowest since May of last year, suggesting the economy is struggling to gain strength after slowing in the second quarter.

The index, which offers the first clues to the performance of U.S. manufacturing in the current month, fell to 12.6 from 35.8 in July as measures of production and sales dropped, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said. Readings above zero indicate expansion. The median forecast in a Bloomberg News survey was 32.3 and the lowest estimate was 25.

Thirty-four percent of the state's manufacturers, down from 46 percent in July, reported an increase in new orders, pushing new orders to the lowest in almost a year. Consumer spending during the second quarter was the weakest in three years, which executives said may have limited corporate spending on equipment."
========SNIP=============
WHAT???????? You mean the economy is doing badly.
But George promised us it was great...remember, "steady growth"?
Doesn't "steady growth" also apply to a malignancy?

 

FBI accused of concealing link to mercenary jailer in Afghanistan

"Declan Walsh and Kitty Logan in Kabul
Tuesday August 17, 2004
The Guardian

An American mercenary accused of kidnapping and torturing terror suspects in Afghanistan told a court in Kabul yesterday that the FBI was withholding hundreds of papers, photographs and videotapes showing that he was employed by the agency, as well as by the CIA and the US military.
The American government denies all links with the former special forces soldier, Jonathan "Jack" Idema, a convicted fraudster, but has agreed to return the controversial documents, the court hearing was told.

The case against Mr Idema was adjourned for a week to allow him to examine the documents and prove his alleged links with the US government.

Mr Idema, a 48-year-old former green beret, and his fellow Americans, Edward Caraballo and Brett Bennett, were arrested last month after police found a makeshift jail inside their Kabul house. Detainees claimed they had been held for days, doused in scalding water or hung from the ceiling by their feet.

The three men were charged with hostage-taking, torturing eight people and entering Afghanistan illegally. "
===========SNIP===============================
So, the only thing we have going for us is the economy is going great?

 

Swift Boat Vets Honcho Lied About Political Activity

"John O'Neill, leader of the Swift-Boat Veterans for Truth (SBVT) attacks against Democratic Presidential candidate John F. Kerry's Vietnam service record, lied on national television about his political activities and affiliation.

O'Neill, first recruited to go after Kerry by the Nixon administration in 1971, said on CNN's Crossfire on August 12 that "I've had no serious involvement in politics of any kind in over 32 years." O'Neill also denied being a Republican.

Yet Federal Election Commission records show O'Neill has contributed $14,650 to political candidates -- all Republicans -- since 1990. Voter registration rolls in Harris County, Texas, show O'Neill is, in fact, a registered Republican who has voted in every Republican primary since 1972.

O'Neill, a Houston lawyer, clerked for Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist, a Nixon appointee. According to Texas Lawyer magazine, O'Neill lobbied for an appointment to the federal bench by former President George H.W. Bush and cited his involvement in local GOP politics. He made it to the White House's short list but did not get the appointment.

Records compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics show O'Neill contributes only to Republicans. "
===============SNIP==============
O'Neill....LIED???? Oh goodness me...next we will learn that
Bush may have lied and the economy is not just going great!

Heavens...I feel the vapors!

 

Swift Boat Vets Honcho Lied About Political Activity

"John O'Neill, leader of the Swift-Boat Veterans for Truth (SBVT) attacks against Democratic Presidential candidate John F. Kerry's Vietnam service record, lied on national television about his political activities and affiliation.

O'Neill, first recruited to go after Kerry by the Nixon administration in 1971, said on CNN's Crossfire on August 12 that "I've had no serious involvement in politics of any kind in over 32 years." O'Neill also denied being a Republican.

Yet Federal Election Commission records show O'Neill has contributed $14,650 to political candidates -- all Republicans -- since 1990. Voter registration rolls in Harris County, Texas, show O'Neill is, in fact, a registered Republican who has voted in every Republican primary since 1972.

O'Neill, a Houston lawyer, clerked for Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist, a Nixon appointee. According to Texas Lawyer magazine, O'Neill lobbied for an appointment to the federal bench by former President George H.W. Bush and cited his involvement in local GOP politics. He made it to the White House's short list but did not get the appointment.

Records compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics show O'Neill contributes only to Republicans. "
===============SNIP==============
O'Neill....LIED???? Oh goodness me...next we will learn that
Bush may have lied and the economy is not just going great!

Heavens...I feel the vapors!

 

KERRY DESERVED MEDALS says Former GOP NavSec

"


The Republican chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, and Navy Secretary under President Nixon, said Sunday that John Kerry deserved his combat medals for heroism in Vietnam.
Sen. John Warner of Virginia defended the process by which Kerry won his highest honor, the Silver Star.

"I'd stand by the process that awarded that medal, and I think we best acknowledge that his heroism did gain that recognition," Warner told CNN's "Late Edition."

Kerry was awarded a Silver Star, Bronze Star and Purple Hearts as a Navy Swift boat commander in the Mekong Delta in February and March 1969.

"We did extraordinary, careful checking on that type of medal [the Silver Star], a very high one, when it goes through the secretary," Warner said. "I feel that he deserved it." Like Presidents Lyndon Johnson and Nixon - both Navy vets of World War II whose war service was later questioned - Kerry has had to face recent allegations in TV ads from others serving near him in Vietnam claiming that he lied about his combat heroism.

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), a Vietnam prisoner of war, has condemned the ads and called on President George W. Bush to do the same but President Bush has refused."
==SNIP===================
Bush is mentally ill as far as I am concerned.

 

The Real Slim Cheney is called a COWARD by Tom Harkin

"

Sen. Tom Harkin pushed the name-calling in the presidential race to a new level, calling Vice President Dick Cheney a coward for not serving in Vietnam and cowardly for his criticism of John Kerry.
Kerry, the Democratic presidential nominee, recently said that if elected he would pursue a more effective and "more sensitive war on terror that reaches out to other nations and brings them to our side and lives up to American values in history."

Cheney, in campaign speeches, has been mocking that reference to sensitivity.

Harkin, D-Iowa and a former Navy fighter pilot, said Monday, "It just outrages me that someone who got five deferments during Vietnam and said he had 'other priorities' at that time would say that."

He said President Bush and Cheney are "running scared because John Kerry has a war record and they don't." He said of Cheney, "What he is doing and what he is saying is cowardly. The actions are cowardly."

"When I hear this coming from Dick Cheney, who was a coward, who would not serve during the Vietnam War, it makes my blood boil," said Harkin. "He'll be tough, but he'll be tough with someone else's kid's blood." "
===================================
http://www.thirdworldtraveler.com/Politicians/DickCheney_VN_Hypocrisy.html
"Dick's Vietnam Hypocrisy
by John Nichols
The Nation magazine, May 17, 2004

"...Dick Cheney has positioned himself as the Bush Administration's point man in the ongoing work of questioning the national security credentials of presumptive Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry. Cheney's latest attacks on Kerry come as part of a renewed push by the Bush/Cheney campaign, the Republican National Committee and their media allies to suggest that somewhere in the story of Kerry's evolution from decorated Vietnam War combatant to outspoken antiwar activist in the early 1970s can be found evidence that he is unfit to serve as Commander in Chief.
But what of Cheney's Vietnam-era story? Like Kerry, Cheney was "of age" for service. Faced with the chance to engage on the battlefield or the home front, however, he dodged out-not for moral reasons but selfish ones. Pulitzer Prize-winning author David Maraniss, who interviewed Cheney for his book They Marched Into Sunlight, says the Vice President just couldn't be bothered. "I think he's emblematic of a certain type. He wasn't against the war, just didn't want anything to do with it," explains Maraniss. "He wanted to get on with his life and not let the world get in the way."
Unfortunately, the world had a tendency to get in the way of young men who, like Cheney, were of draft age when the US troop presence in Vietnam began to rise in the mid-1960s. As a result, there was one sense in which Cheney mirrored the actions, if not the politics, of his fellow students. Dick Cheney was definitely opposed to the draft, at least as far as it affected him. Indeed, unlike George W. Bush, who performed some sort of service-ill-defined and unrecorded as it may have been-in the Texas Air National Guard, Cheney reacted to the prospect of wearing his country's uniform like a man with a deadly allergy to olive drab. Between 1963 and '65, Cheney used his student status at Casper College and the University of Wyoming to apply for and receive four 2-S draft deferments. As the war in Vietnam heated up, Cheney fought to defend and expand his deferments. Twenty-two days after Congress approved the Gulf of Tonkin resolution in August 1964, raising the prospect of a rapid expansion of the draft, he "coincidentally"-in the words of a Washington Post profile-married Lynne. The advantage was that even if his student deferment was lifted, his married status might carry some weight with his draft board.
But the Vietnamese were not cooperating with Cheney's schemes. The war kept demanding more and more young American men, and the range of those who were eligible for the draft expanded rapidly. On May 19, 1965, Cheney was reclassified with the most dangerous draft status: 1-A, "available for military service." Soon afterward, Lyndon Johnson announced that draft call-ups would double, and on October 26, Selective Service constraints on the drafting of childless married men were lifted. Danang was calling. And it didn't look like Dick had any excuses left.
But there was one way for ambitious young men to avoid serving their country while maintaining their political viability. If Cheney had a child, he'd be reclassified 3-A, removing him from the pool of those likely to be drafted. Cheney needed a kid-quick. And he got one. Precisely nine months and two days after the Selective Service eliminated special protections for childless married men, Cheney was no longer childless. His daughter Elizabeth was born on July 28, 1966. Convenient? Coincidence? That's not Cheney's style. Writer Timothy Noah did the math and suggested that the timing of Elizabeth's arrival "would seem to indicate that the Cheneys, though doubtless planning to have children sometime, were seized with an untamable passion the moment Dick Cheney became vulnerable to the Vietnam draft. And acted on it. Carpe diem! Who says government policy can't affect human behavior?" Cheney applied for 3-A status immediately, receiving it on January l9, 1966, when Lynne was still in the first trimester of her pregnancy.
Twenty-three years later, when Cheney appeared before the Senate to plead the case for his confirmation as George Herbert Walker Bush's Defense Secretary, he was questioned about his failure to serve. Cheney responded that he "would have obviously been happy to serve had I been called." In a more truthful moment that same year, Cheney admitted to a reporter, "I had other priorities in the '60s than military service." Cheney's lie to the Senate has never caused much concern, but that "other priorities" line has dogged him. After he selected himself to serve on the 2000 Republican ticket, former Secretary of Veterans Affairs Jesse Brown, a Vietnam veteran disabled by a gunshot wound to his right arm, said, "As a former Marine who was wounded and nearly lost his life, I personally resent that comment. I resent that he had 'other priorities,' when 58,000 people died and over 300,000 returned wounded and disabled. In my mind there is no doubt that because he had 'other priorities' someone died or was injured in his place." "
=====SNIP=============
Yeah, cowards seem to have "other priorities" when the fighting starts...I guess one of the priorities was hiding behind his wife's apron !

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