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8.29.2005

Right Wing Freepers Protest War Protestors 

Here are some picks of the brave Freepers who have picked up on Hannity's lies about the anti-war protest at Walter Reed. Here is the link of a right wing hack piece on the protest. I looked through all the pictures and watched the video of the Code Pink/Military Families for Peace Protest and couldn't find anything innappropriate. Most of the signs say support the troops, don't cut benefits, save Walter Reed and things like that.

The right wing morons who showed up wasted no time in calling names and holding up signs like this:




This:



This:



My favorite one was this:



That is right wing internet talk show host Cam Edwards of NRA radio (not so) fame. He decided to bravely stand next to the other chickenhawks gathered there from Free Republic and make fun of people protesting the unneccessary deaths of our military men and women. People calling for more spending on VA benefits and an end to the war which has killed 1875 + troops so far.

Another typical right wing radio talkshow host (a la Hannity, Rush , Savage, Beck, etc. ad nauseum), Cam never found the time to serve and even though he is within the age for volunteering, he is still too much of a selfish coward to join up for the war for which he beat the drums so vigorously. His sign says, "Land of the Free Because of the Brave". He should add a piece to the bottom which says, "Not that I would know anything about that personally".

To read some of the disgusting and childish comments about the war protestors, go here:

The Gunn Nut (appropriate name for the crazy and borderline psycho comments she makes).

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8.28.2005

Majority Rules 

For a few years now, we have heard from the right wing conservatives that this is a democracy ruled by the majority. America, love it or leave it. Bush was supported by a majority therefore his word, his wants, his rules applied. He could do as he wished with all of his earned "political capital". Anyone who disagreed with the majority was labeled a traitor, America-hater, sore loser or, the old right wing standby, a communist.

Flash forward-present day...

Depending on which poll you look at, George W. Bush ranks anywhere from failure to miserable failure on the job he is doing. The war in Iraq, as it spirals further out of control, is now thought by the majority of Americans to be a mess not worth our investment of money and troops (1800+ of whom have been killed so far). More information comes out weakly from our whipped or complicit media indicting the president for misleading us into an unnecessary war, lying about WMD, spending us into oblivion, exposing secrets for political payback, grafting our hard earned tax dollars to corporate donors and unleashing the character attack dogs on anyone who criticizes these crimes.

While Baghdad burns, Bush rides his bike on yet another 5 week long vacation; ignoring the grieving mothers and fathers of dead soldiers camped outside his political dude ranch at his peril.

The American public appears to be waking from our right wing induced haze of terrorism inspired patriotic fear and fervor. The emperor is suddenly looking awfully naked even as he vainly tries to wrap our flag around himself and make it work just one more time.

So, following the might makes right logic of the conservatives, the majority now is against this war, these policies, this leader. The will of the people can not be ignored. The majority wants some answers and some action and by God, we are entitled to it by way of our sheer numbers.

Listen up conservatives, you are now a minority and in keeping with your treatment of minorities, you had better shape up or ship out. You control all three branches of government and, like King Midas in reverse, you have turned everything you touched into turmoil, waste and destruction.

Disagree with the majority at your own risk. Go against the American people and you prove that you hate us because of our freedom...

...and you know what happened to the last group of political leaders who did that.

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8.26.2005

Hey Cam, they need you at this right wing pro-Bush rally. 

Bus canceled; local residents will drive to Crawford for rally

A caravan of a few vehicles, rather than a chartered bus, will take Brown County residents to a pro-Bush rally in Crawford on Saturday, Brown County Veterans Services Officer Billy Murphey said.
Murphey said Thursday that he had decided to cancel the bus because there weren't enough riders to help defray the $1,300 charter fee. Riders would have been asked to donate $25 each toward the cost.


Only 7 people in Texas willing to cough up the bucks to ride a bus and support Bush. Sounds about right.

p.s. Cam you know the best way to refute the Chickenhawk label, join up you coward.

p.s.s. Your welcome for the increase in traffic you get everytime I respond to your assinine posts.

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8.25.2005

Pat Robertson "Jesus want's Hugo Chavez snuffed". 




Ridiculous religious leader and all around dipshit, Pat Robertson called for the assasination of Venezuela's President, Hugo Chavez, from the tacky set of his religious sitcom, the 700 Club.

I wonder if Pat knows that he is going to burn in hell for all eternity for his bastardization of the words of Christ, stealing money from frightened old people and using the millions of conned money to buy velvet curtains, gaudy religious artwork, mansions for himself, and ugly ass expensive furniture for his fellow hucksters to sit on and fake cry.

Here is an interesting article in Slate listing others on Robertson's hit list including (but not limited to):

Liberal Supreme Court Justices
Gays
ACLU Members
Jews
and for some reason only legitimate in his pre-senile brain, the Scottish.

My favorite piece on this anti-Christ faux preacher is one by the Rude Pundit. In an inspiring and totally offensive piece on freedom of speech, the Rude One hits the nail on the head. In America we are allowed to speak our minds, unfortunately so is every other ignorant asshole.

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"She didn't speak for me, now she does." 

Another set of Grieving parents, another set of orphaned children, another grieving grandmother... Bush keeps riding his bike.


SWEETWATER (AP) — Two Tennessee National Guard soldiers were killed Monday in Iraq, their family members said Tuesday.

Spc. Joseph "Joey" Hunt, 27, of Sweetwater, and Sgt. Victoir P. Lieurance, 34, of Seymour, were members of the 278th Regimental Combat Team. Two other members of the unit on the same combat patrol were injured Monday afternoon southwest of Samarra when an improvised explosive device exploded near their vehicle, ejecting at least one soldier.

Andre Lieurance referred to Cindy Sheehan, the California mother of a slain soldier, who recently camped out in front of President Bush's ranch in Crawford, Texas, in opposition to the war.
"She didn't speak for me. Now she does," the father told The Knoxville News Sentinel on Tuesday. "I'm with her. I believe we were lied to. (My son) did what he was supposed to. Bush didn't."


I am sorry for your loss Mr. Lieurance. I am also sorry for the way right wing republicans will call you a traitor and coward for what you just said.

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8.21.2005

4 More Years 


General Estimating the size of Bush's Brain

WASHINGTON - The Army is planning for the possibility of keeping the current number of soldiers in Iraq — well over 100,000 — for four more years, the Army's top general said Saturday
The 2007-09 rotation he is planning would go beyond Bush's term in office, which ends in January 2009.

That is a goddamn lie!

There is no way we will be in Iraq for 4 more years. I have been there and the people on the ground told me that we were building facilities for the military to last 20-30 years.

20-30 more years at 100 billion per year, thousands more soldiers lives and tens of thousands more limbs, eyes, burns and other ghastly mutilations (don't forget the thousands and thousands of "liberated" dead Iraqi civilians).

I think we will probably need to start drafting people around 2009, don't you?

Looks like Bush will get to dodge two drafts in his miserable cowardly life.

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8.17.2005

Majority disapprove of Bush's Presidency 


In 41 of 50 states, Americans disapprove of Bush.

Nationally, 55% disapprove with only 41% approving.

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Cindy Sheehan 

I support Cindy Sheehan's right to protest freely and ask the President hard questions about the war. Unlike my right wing nutjob counterparts, I don't believe that peacefully protesting, exercising the right to assemble and the right to free speech makes one a traitor, treasonous, a coward, crazy or any of the other horrible things they have called Mrs. Sheehan. On the contrary, I believe exercising these rights is a patriotic and neccessary thing to do. Sometimes even heroic.

Tonight all across this great country, citizens gathered to protest this war, pray for the troops and support Mrs. Sheehan. I am thankful we are still able to do that and it is my sincere hope the American people (who now oppose this war by a large percentage) get some answers they deserve from an administration that has ducked, lied and obfuscated for far too long.

Here is what Bush needs to tell Cindy Sheehan according to one editorialist. I am afraid he will have to let others hypothesize what he would say because he is too busy "getting on with my life" and "moving on".

What a coward.

What a fraud.

What a shame.

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