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TIME TO STOP THE MADNESS. END THE "STOP LOSS" ORDER. BRING OUR MEN AND WOMEN HOME. SAVE THEIR LIVES! SAY NO TO THE DRAFT !



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Ex-Austin student indicted for data theft | CNET News.com

Ex-Austin student indicted for data theft | CNET News.comA federal grand jury on Wednesday indicted a former University of Texas at Austin student for breaking into the school's computers and stealing 37,000 names and social security numbers. The university estimated the data theft cost the school $167,000 to recover the system affected by the breach and warned people about potential identity theft.

The indictment charges Christopher Andrew Phillips, 21, with accessing protected computers and attempting to defraud people using the computers. According to the charges, Phillips had been detected in three previous attempts to breach computers and had been warned by the university to halt the intrusions.


 

AP Wire | 11/19/2004 | Israel to Probe Desecration of Bodies

AP Wire | 11/19/2004 | Israel to Probe Desecration of Bodies
Israel to Probe Desecration of Bodies

LAURIE COPANS

Associated Press


JERUSALEM - The chief of staff of Israel's army on Friday promised a full investigation into reports that troops desecrated Palestinian bodies and then snapped their photographs with the corpses as war mementos.

Lt. Gen. Moshe Yaalon denied that the incidents detailed in a Yediot Ahronot newspaper report were widespread in the Israeli military and said such "horrible acts" were forbidden in the army.

"I intend to reach the truth," Yaalon told Army Radio. "God forbid if we are compared and likened to those against whom we are fighting."

While reports of soldiers abusing Palestinians have arisen previously during the four years of fighting, the new reports - and photographs - were the first to reveal soldiers mistreating the bodies of Palestinians and came as a shock to Israelis outraged over similar acts by Palestinian militants.

In one of the most gruesome acts detailed in the report, soldiers from an ultra-Orthodox unit reassembled the body parts of a Palestinian suicide bomber, sticking a cigarette in his mouth, according to the report. The account of the incident that took place in the West Bank two years ago included a photograph of the head of the corpse.

"Everyone was really excited," a soldier identified as "Y," told the mass circulation daily. I tried to tell them, `Are you crazy? You are disgusting.' They didn't understand what I was talking about."

The desecration of bodies, even of the enemy, is not allowed under Jewish law, since man is created in the image of God, prominent rabbis say.

The newspaper details soldiers' accounts of several other incidents, including one in the Gaza Strip last year, when soldiers shot and killed a Palestinian who was walking in a forbidden area.

Although soldiers later realized the man was not carrying a weapon, they tied the body to the hood of a jeep and drove him to a base, where soldiers repeatedly took his picture, the report said.

 

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Iraq War Topping $5.8 Billion A Month
United Press International
November 18, 2004

WASHINGTON - The Pentagon is spending more than $5.8 billion a month on the war in Iraq, according to the military's top generals.

That is nearly a 50 percent increase above the $4 billion-a-month benchmark the Pentagon has used to estimate the cost of the war so far.

The Army alone is spending $4.7 million a month while the Air Force is spending $800 million a month transporting soldiers and flying combat missions. The Marine Corps is spending $300 million a month, the four service chiefs told the House Armed Services Committee Wednesday.

Since 2003, the Pentagon has received some $160 billion for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan in supplemental funding -- that is, in addition to its annual budget. It will be requesting another multibillion-dollar supplement early next year to cover the continuing cost of the war.


 

Telegraph | News | 'Arrest without evidence' planned by Government

Telegraph | News | 'Arrest without evidence' planned by Government

'Arrest without evidence' planned by Government
(Filed: 17/11/2004)

The Government is planning a change in the law to allow police to arrest suspects without evidence, it was claimed today.


Britain will get its own FBI
The Law Society said it believed the new powers would be included in the Bill which will create the new British FBI.

It warned that the cumulative effect of the Government's clampdown on crime and terrorism would be a step towards a police state.

Janet Paraskeva, the Law Society's chief executive, said: "The Government is in serious danger of overstating the threat to public order and national security and bringing in draconian new laws, which will take away centuries of hard won rights.

"If the Bill to establish the Serious Organised Crime Agency (Soca) includes the power to arrest someone without evidence, then solicitors could not support it.

"That would be a serious step in the direction of a police state.

"Anyone could be lifted from the streets or from their homes just on the basis of suspicion."

She added: "The threat to end jury trials for terrorism cases is another chipping away of the centuries old rights for people to be tried before a jury of their peers, which goes back to Magna Carta."

===============snip=================
Maybe Bush's Pet....Tony Blair, has been hanging around
King George the Cowardly too long.....YIKES!!!!!!!!

 

Is Fabulous President George W. Bush a Fabulous Homosexual? Baptists Are Saving Homosexuals asks what conservative Christians demand to know

Is Fabulous President George W. Bush a Fabulous Homosexual? Baptists Are Saving Homosexuals asks what conservative Christians demand to know
IS BUSH GAY??????????

Karyn is with us. A West Texas girl, just like me"
-- President Bush, May 27, 2004


January 2004. Mr. Bush wandered over during Mr. [Scot] Reid's [senior strategist to Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin] chat with the Prime Minister. Mr. Reid introduced himself and shook hands with Mr. Bush.


The President chuckled. "Well, you got a pretty face," he told the surprised Mr. Reid. He wasn't done. "You got a pretty face," he said again. "You're a good-looking guy. Better looking than my Scott anyway."

-- President Bush in a coquettish bout of eye-batting homosexual diplomatic flirting January 16, 2004 The Globe and Mail


We at Baptists Are Saving Homosexuals have BASHed enough so-called "gays" with the blunt love of Jesus to know how to spot deviants across a crowded sale at Saks. Outside of Italian shoes, nothing sends up a rainbow-colored flare that you are dealing with a flaming homosexual more reliably than when a man breathlessly gushes the word "faaabulous!" When a Christian lady hears this word outside of her hair salon or florist, she instinctively reaches for the Bible tracts in her purse because she knows a nancy boy is within throwing range.

"It's been a fabulous year for Laura and me."
-- George W. Bush., three months after the World Trade Center towers went down.


Therefore, conservative Christians throughout the land have become increasingly uncomfortable as they dutifully mask each awkward pause with a flurry of polite applause and yells of "more wars!" during President Bush's somewhat laborious attempts at speaking. While Tony Blair may have mastered the Queen's English, our President's vocabulary calls to mind any number of queens' English. Even our least vigilant Republican social commandos have noticed that Mr. Bush has been peppering his otherwise delightful litany of patriotic jingoism and pleasantly embroidered CIA-intelligence recaps with the effeminate mating call "fabulous" -- three giddy syllables that are tantamount to coyly cooing, "Hello, sailor!"


"And we'll prevail, because we're a faaabulous nation, and we're a faaabulous nation because we're a nation full of faaabulous people."
-- George W. Bush., Atlanta, GA, January 31, 2002


 

Bush Is NOT President. George W. Bush is the Official Resident of the United States of America.

Bush Is NOT President. George W. Bush is the Official Resident of the United States of America.

I HAVE BEEN SAYING BUSH IS THE RESIDENT AND NOT THE PRESIDENT, AND TODAY, I STUMBLED ONTO THIS, THE ACCIDENTALLY DISCOVERED WEBSITE OF THE DAY....IT ROCKS!

Great website....

PLEASE CHECK THIS SITE OUT....
http://www.residentbush.com

 

LEST WE FORGET...REMEMBER THIS MOMENT


There he sat, chewing the inside of his mouth, for seven minutes, holding a copy of MY PET GOAT , while 3000 Americans died in New York....

There he sat for seven minutes...according to him..."collecting his thoughts"....

And while millions fall into poverty, lose their jobs, and are many are dying in a war he started in Iraq, he sits in the White House, The RESIDENT, NOT the president, collecting his interest on all that money....all that blood stained money....

 

CIA memo urging spies to support Bush provokes furore

Julian Borger in Washington
Thursday November 18, 2004
The Guardian

The new US director of central intelligence, Porter Goss, told CIA staff this week their job was "to support the Bush administration and its policies in our work", stirring a new controversy over the future of the agency.
The memorandum, circulated on Monday, was attacked by critics as an attempt to suppress dissent, particularly over Iraq, and ensure the agency only produces assessments the White House wants to hear.


 

The Memory Hole > 5-Minute Video of George W. Bush on the Morning of 9/11

The Memory Hole > 5-Minute Video of George W. Bush on the Morning of 9/11

From the great site, Memoryhole.org, the video of the RESIDENT GEORGE BUSH, reading (or listening to someone who knows how to read), MY PET GOAT for seven minutes while three thousand people were dying in New York on 9-11. Bush said he was "collecting his thoughts"....
Hmmmm...Do Tell Georgie Porgie!
http://www.thememoryhole.org/911/bush-911.mov

 

Journalist silent on death tape

Journalist silent on death tape
Journalist silent on death tape
Issue 'sensitive,' photographer says

New York Times
Nov. 18, 2004 12:00 AM

NEAR FALLUJAH, Iraq - The photographer whose videotape of what appears to be a Marine shooting a wounded Iraqi is generating a storm of outrage in the Arab world maintained his steadfast silence on Wednesday, saying he wanted to continue reporting on the incident before commenting.

"As sensitive as this is, we want to make sure the world has an accurate picture of the events," the photographer, Kevin Sites, an American freelance cameraman working for NBC News, said to a reporter at the military base near Fallujah where he is staying.

The videotape shows a group of Marines entering a mosque Saturday in Fallujah, where several wounded Iraqi prisoners lie on the floor. One Marine is shown shooting and apparently killing one of the Iraqis. The Marines are members of the 3rd Battalion, 1st Regiment, with whom Sites was embedded. advertisement




An unedited version of the videotape, which was distributed to other news agencies as part of a pool report, was being aired several times an hour on Arab satellite television stations on Wednesday, and U.S. commanders have said it has already yielded a huge propaganda victory for the anti-American insurgency. Some Arab commentators have even compared it to the scandal surrounding mistreatment of detainees earlier this year at Abu Ghraib prison.

Yet many questions about the shooting remain unanswered, human rights advocates and senior military officials agree. In the videotape, the soldier can be heard yelling that the Iraqi prisoner is only pretending to be dead before firing at the prone body, suggesting that he may have believed he was acting in self-defense. It is unclear from watching it whether the prisoner was moving before the shot.

Sites would appear to be in a unique position to shed some light on what happened, but he declined repeatedly Wednesday to comment.

He did say he had received hate mail and threats since the footage aired, in edited form, on the initial NBC report. A comment section on a Web site he maintains has been shut down because of death threats.

 

DON'T SHOOT THE MESSENGER

I just posted a couple of articles about the embedded reporter, Kevin Sites,
receiving death threats from mental retards, JUST BECAUSE HE SHOWED WHAT TRULY HAPPENED.

It is clear which political party these mental defectives belong to from the comments.

Something is currently seriously wrong with our current state when such things happen. Sites was at risk as much, or even more than the soldiers he accompanied, since he was holding a camera and not an M-16.

There seems to be a spirit in this country that they want the truth surpressed, and want to tape the mouths of anyone and everyone who would point out what is really happening.

What the hell is wrong with these people?

 

AlterNet: MediaCulture: Death threats as acceptable discourse

AlterNet: MediaCulture: Death threats as acceptable discourse
"Death threats as acceptable discourse

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Posted by Evan on November 18, 2004 @ 11:04AM

An NBC correspondent who caught what looks an awful lot like an American war crime on camera is now receiving death threats from an anonymous source (not to be confused with those slippery beings whispering information into the ears of DC journalists). The tape, like the images from Abu Ghraib, is making the rounds on Arab news and websites ostensibly raising the already high temperature of resentment in the Arab world.

Death threats are no surprise of course. There are those who believe that regardless of the brutality of the crime, we shouldn't present the enemy with such potent propaganda -- even if that propaganda is factual.

What ought to give pause to many is the "chat" taking place at right wing websites like freerepublic.com. This particular site is heavily monitored and purged of interlopers whose views don't match the site's agenda. Media Matters reported yesterday on some of their members' reactions to the footage and what ought to happen to the correspondent, Kevin Sites. None of these posts have been removed.

They include:

"Turn Sites over to the terrorist."
"No need for anything overt. Unfortunate things happen in combat zones, and if the reporter fails to hear someone yell 'Sniper!!', well, c'est la guerre" [French for "that is war"].
[In response to a post suggesting Sites's "life is in danger being around the Marines"]: "I would certainly hope so."
"I hope the Marines advance and leave Sites behind...alone in Fallujah with his terrorist buddies."
"I don't want the punk killed, I'd just like to see his hair mussed. Jaws wired shut for a few months, food through a straw, that kind of thing."
"It's Kevin Sites who deserves to be held in contempt and who deserves the losing end of a bar fight."
"I don't give a flying you-know-what about his safety."

 

Augusta Free Press : It needs to be said

Augusta Free Press : It needs to be said
""Turn Sites over to the terrorists," one poster wrote.

"Unfortunate things happen in combat zones, and if the reporter fails to hear someone yell 'Sniper!', well, c'est la guerre," said a second.

"I hope the Marines advance and leave Sites behind ... alone in Fallujah with his terrorist buddies," penned a third.

This was the sentiment at www.freerepublic.com on freelance war correspondent Kevin Sites, whose videotape of the shooting of an unarmed Iraqi by a Marine in Fallujah has stirred controversy the world over.

Sites, who hasn't commented publicly since the videotape of the shooting was made public earlier this week, has been made the subject of death threats by those who seem not to understand that all he was doing was his job.

As a war correspondent, Sites was out on the front lines of the fighting in Fallujah, literally, chronicling what he saw as his life and the lives of Marines with which he was embedded passed before all their eyes.

Part and parcel to that responsibility is sharing stories of the good and the bad as either and both bring themselves to the forefront.

The posters at Free Republic and other blogs would rather that the news media not disrupt their way of thinking by pointing out the bad news that comes as a matter of course in a war zone.

It's easy for them to criticize, of course, from the relative safety of the computers sitting in their various dens across this free and democratic land of ours."

 

President Bush's Kissing Cabinet (washingtonpost.com)

President Bush's Kissing Cabinet (washingtonpost.com)

President Bush's Kissing Cabinet

By Robin Givhan
Washington Post Staff Writer
Friday, November 19, 2004; Page C01

The nominations of Condoleezza Rice for secretary of state and of Margaret Spellings as secretary of education were visually intriguing events, most notably because President Bush puckered up and gave both of them a congratulatory kiss. The president did not kiss Alberto Gonzales, his nominee for attorney general. He was congratulated with a strong handshake and the sort of torso tackle that men give each other in lieu of an actual hug.

The presidential smooches have been much discussed, which is not surprising. While it is common for politicians to hug and kiss indiscriminately on the campaign trail, it is another thing altogether to see the president planting his lips on potential -- or current -- members of his Cabinet.



President Bush has given female nominees such as Condoleezza Rice, above, and Margaret Spellings congratulatory kisses, but has given male nominees such as Alberto Gonzales a handshake and a pat on the back. (Pablo Martinez Monsivais -- AP)


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As much as could be determined from the photo record, the president has never publicly kissed Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld or Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson. President Bush seems to reserve his pecks on the cheek for the ladies. Perhaps he will be kissing outgoing Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman goodbye?

The president kissed only Rice's right cheek, and in the case of Spellings, planted a single kiss just off-center of the lips. He did not execute the double buss that is used as a greeting throughout much of Europe, organized crime and the fashion industry. The double buss is not based on gender or age. In some ways it is a perfect greeting: intimate but not sexual, androgynous but warm. A man can use it to greet a male buddy, for instance. Women say hello to their girlfriends by bussing each cheek. Teenagers use the greeting among friends. As one might expect, there was nothing international about Bush's kisses.

His kisses were more substantial than the single air smooch favored by Hollywood and the Upper East Side of Manhattan. In the execution of this kiss, no direct contact is made between lips and cheek. Instead, two cheeks touch gently and if the lips pucker at all, it is for naught.

Bush delivered his kisses at announcements where gender distinctions were obvious but only vaguely suggested. He noted that the world will see this country's "grace" in Rice. It is a word that can mean decency and kindness, but it comes intertwined with connotations of physical beauty, elegance and femininity.

The president did not point out, however, that if Rice's nomination is confirmed by the Senate, she will be the first African American woman to be secretary of state. He did note that Spellings is a mother and that Rice is a classical pianist. One can assume that these details were relevant because they indicate that Spellings knows something about the moods and habits of children and that Rice has side interests that are somewhat more global than the president's affection for Brooks & Dunn and the clearing of brush from his ranch.
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Bush is "Workin' Hard" to give 'em some sugar....
How about Kissing old Colin Powell goodbye and good luck...
on the MOUTH like you did Margaret Spellings...!!!!!!!!!!

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