Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Bush the Arrogant Bastard - The more he screws up the more power he steals

As Bush attempts to stabilize his crashing economy, we are witness to the final chapter of a period of
perverse and dishonest leadership that has used its own crises to justify the expansion of its own power.
This little boy came to office on promises of modesty -- who championed a "humble nation," scorned nation
building and promised a more limited role for government in the lives of its citizens. Then he presided over a
six-year attempt to tear down and rebuild the nations of Afghanistan and Iraq, and now has embarked on the
most profound expansion of the federal government's role in the private economy since the Depression.

In both cases, the pattern is the same. Ineptitude led to crisis; crisis then became the argument for the
radical expansion of executive power. The administration insisted that it exercise its new authority with
a minimum of scrutiny by Congress, the courts or the public...

These troubles are about more than a president who is unfaithful to his word. Bush has transformed the
balance of power in our government. We are seeing the erection of an imperial presidency, immune from
oversight when it fights terrorists and when it rescues banks."

Bush is immune from oversight because the wet-my-pants Democrats allow him to break the law.
If we could get rid of useless, enabler-dregs like Pelosi, Reid and Leahy we could get our country back.



Monday, September 22, 2008

Weak Kneed Democrats vs Ralph Nader

For good or bad they were elected by the electorate..

Ralph Nader hasn't been elected to squat !

He just rolls out of he's hermetically sealed cave
every 4 years..

The only way you can intact legislation is to be in the game..

Congress or Senate..Locally or Federally..

It's like some guy who every 4 years goes to Vegas to the Craps Table..
He bets everything on 1 roll..And,everytime he losses..

Then goes back to his hermetically sealed cave..

To return in 4 years..

Maybe just maybe, he can get it going at the State level first..I hope so..

He has some great ideas..But,you can't play if your not in the game..

Of course,we do need to elect better Democrats too !

Friday, September 19, 2008

Tax the Speculators: A Fair Plan to Fund Recovery

By Chuck Collins

September 19th, 2008 - 6:56am ET

Published in The Nation, September 19, 2008

With the specter of financial Armageddon raised in headlines everywhere, two questions keep occurring to me. Where will the government find the $85 billon to bail out AIG and other Wall Street giants? And how will we pay for the proposed Main Street recovery, including federal aid to states, relief to homeowners, and public works projects for the unemployed?

The Bush administration plans to add to the $400 billion projected deficit and our $9 trillion national debt. But it's irresponsible to shift the bill entirely to the next generation. The corporations that rigged the casino economy and the wealthy CEOs and investors that profited at everyone else's expense should bear the recovery costs, not our kids and grandchildren.

We can't recover the money from the companies now. They have extracted the profits and their CEOs have cashed their gilded paychecks. The speculators bought mansions, private jets, and small islands. Lehman Brothers declared bankruptcy on Monday and 25,000 workers are on the brink of unemployment. But Lehman CEO Richard Fuld is sitting pretty, with his $354 million compensation from the last five years and a mega-mansion in Greenwich, Connecticut.

When a CEO or employee improperly takes money from a company and is forced to pay it back, it is colorfully referred to as "disgorgement." In 1999, managers of Compaq Computer cooked the books and gorged on bonuses based on misrepresented profits. The government forced them to pay it back.


Thanks GBC.. :)

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

The George W. Bush Presidential Library

*Note: The museum will feature an electron microscope
to help you locate and view the President's accomplishments.

Courtesy of AllHatNoCattle.net

Monday, September 15, 2008

Put Lipstick On A Fascist..

The M$M and Their Lipstick..

This Says It All !

Speaker Pelosi,When Are You Going To Do Your Job ??

Speaker Pelosi,

When Do You Plan On Upholding The Constitution ?

When Do You Plan On Upholding The Rule Of Law ?

Didn't You Swear To Do Just That When You Took Your Oath Of Office ?

Poll: Public opposes increased presidential power

USA Today:

WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans strongly oppose giving the president more power at the expense of Congress or the courts, even to enhance national security or the economy, according to a new poll.
The Associated Press-National Constitution Center poll of views on the Constitution found people wary of governmental authority after years of controversy over the Bush administration's expansion of executive power, and especially skeptical of increasing the president's powers.

"There is clearly a concern about executive power and the balance of power that comes out in a couple of different ways," said Joseph Torsella, president of the Philadelphia-based organization. The nonpartisan center is dedicated to educating the public about the Constitution.

Torsella said he believes the polls reflect long-standing skepticism of presidential power. "I think it's a basic chord in the American song and it gets louder and stronger depending on what's happening in the headlines," he said.
President Bush and Congress are at record low approval ratings in recent polls, with Congress even less popular than the president. But in the new poll, the public is more reluctant to expand the president's powers than those of Congress.

Two-thirds of Americans oppose altering the balance of power among the three branches of government to strengthen the presidency, even when they thought that doing so would improve the economy or national security. People were more evenly split over giving Congress more power in the same circumstances.

"The Constitution sets up three branches of government and to increase the power of one at the expense of the others endangers the fundamental structure," said poll participant James Crowder, 74, of Cockeysville, Md., a Baltimore suburb. "This current president and his vice president have distorted the office of president so much that it will take an enormous amount of time, if ever, for us to recover from that." Crowder is a Democrat and a retired Episcopal priest.

In one area, the poll found Americans clearly on Congress' side. They said Congress should have the power to require senior presidential aides to testify before House and Senate committees — a topic currently wending its way through the courts. The administration is trying to prevent former White House counsel Harriet Miers from testifying about the firing of nine U.S. attorneys.

The public broadly supports government aid to religious organizations for social service programs. But that support drops sharply when organizations also promote their religious beliefs while providing help to the homeless and other social services.



Thank you,M..A Very Disappointed Democrat !

Thanks for the help,ToniD.. :)

Friday, September 12, 2008

Rethugs - Privatize The Profits - Socialize The Losses !

Remember The Savings & Loan Debacle ?

Neil Bush ?
The Keating 5 ?

All Brought To Us By The Republican Party ! !

'Throw the bums out!' — say the bums

By Garrison Keillor
September 11, 2008

So the Republicans have decided to run against themselves. The bums have tiptoed out the back door and circled around to the front and started yelling, "Throw the bums out!" They've been running Washington like a well-oiled machine, to the point of inviting lobbyists into the back rooms to write the legislation, and now they are anti-establishment reformers dedicated to delivering us from themselves.
And Giuliani is an advocate for small-town America. Bravo.

They are coming out for Small Efficient Government the very week that the feds are taking over Fannie and Freddie, those old cash cows, and in the course of a weekend 20 or 50 or (pick a number) billion go floating out the Treasury door.


Wednesday, September 10, 2008

What are the new campaign issues ? (Per-The M$M)

Chris Matthews to Joe Scarborough:

Q: What are you going to be talking about tomorrow ?

A: Whatever the McCain campaign campaign wants us too.
out of context - sort of..
Who are the people concerned about the next supreme court running against ?
Karl Rove.
Who is talking out of John McCain's and Sarah Palin's asses ?
Karl Rove.
Who are Obama and Biden running against ?
Karl Rove.

What are the new campaign issues?

Submitted by jbenet on Wed, 09/10/2008 - 8:50am.


Monday, September 8, 2008

Look Who Already Volunteered !

The Justice Department pledged Monday to send election

monitors around the country to help ensure access to the

polls in November, even while acknowledging its limited

power to enforce election laws.

Thanks ToniD.. :)

How Sad & Pathetic Our M$M Is !

How Sad & Pathetic !

FOX News Journalist in Civilian Massacre Coverup

Submitted by GBC on Mon, 09/08/2008 - 4:22pm.

Submitted by toniD on Mon, 09/08/2008 - 3:17pm.

U.S. Military Relied On Oliver North To Dispute Afghanistan Civilian Deaths

As Firedoglake points out, the Times of London revealed that the U.S. had been relying on accounts from an embedded journalist: Fox News’s Oliver North:





Once again,we have to go outside our country to get real information/news..(timesonline.co.uk)

All our M$M cares about is Rating & Profits !


Thanks GBC & ToniD.. :)

Maron vs Seder Update..

Hey-Me and Seder are doing it all this week except Friday at



Come on, do it. I gave you enough lead time. We're

ramping up to a soft launch of the new show that wont look anything like this one.


Friday, September 5, 2008

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

I hear that

one of the reasons attendance at the GOP convention

is so sparse,besides that fact that all that evil hot air stinks & is bad for your

health,(Although Good for cooking crustaceans,Chubbs) is that

Pickels & Mitt have been offering rides to the convention.. ;)


What's Lieberman's Job ?

"Hello to our friends and fans in domestic surveillance."