Friday, April 27, 2007

Kucinich for President 2008

Actually I don't care much about him, it's Mrs. Kucinich I want to see
in the whitehouse.

I bet they would get a few visits from former President Clinton, just too see how things are going of course.

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Wow, they must be giving her 2 glasses of koolaid a day.

Bushism of the Day - By Jacob Weisberg - Slate Magazine: "'And so, what Gen. Petraeus is saying, some early signs, still dangerous, but give me—give my chance a plan to work.'—in an interview with Charlie Rose, April 24, 2007"

Have I said, God Bless President Bush today? Such a great speaker, The damn liberal media hacks up his words to make him look like a fool. Luckily I know the truth!!!

What!!! The Army and Bush administration (and the msm media) lied about something! Jessica Lynch wasn't a female rambo?
Jessica Lynch Sets the Record Straight - Newsweek National News -
How can this be? I'm sure President Bush or anyone that works for him would not lie to us. This has to be another case of the liberal media trying to tear down our dear leader! How much more of this can we take! We have to take a stand against this liberal crap. Someone call the NRA and tell them to start handing out AK-47s. It's time we stood up to these liberals! I just hope Fox news gets the real story out soon.

God bless President Bush for proctecting us from evil.

Disclaimer- yes that was sarcasim, in case you rightwing conservitive nutjobs don't recongize it.

The artical is interesting though, it's good that girl is coming forward and telling what really happend. After so much crap was built up about her it takes a lot of guts to come forward. She could have just rode the hero BS out, but she came out to help Pat Tillman’s family get the real truth about his death. For those that haven't been keeping score, he is the NFL player that turned down the contract to join the army after 9/11. He was shot by friendly fire and the msm/Bushies tried to make it out he was killed by the enemy. I don't know why they think we need the propiganda and lies. Obiviously friendly fire isn't good, but it happens (it shouldn't but it does). He's still died serving his country with honor.

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Bushism of the Day - By Jacob Weisberg - Slate Magazine

Bushism of the Day - By Jacob Weisberg - Slate Magazine: "My job is a job to make decisions. I'm a decision—if the job description were, what do you do—it's decision maker."—Tipp City, Ohio, April 19, 2007"

Bushism of the Day - By Jacob Weisberg - Slate Magazine: "There are some similarities, of course—death is terrible."—on comparisons between the wars in Vietnam and Iraq, Tipp City, Ohio, April 19, 2007

"[Gonzales] answered every question he could possibly answer, honestly answer, in a way that increased my confidence in his ability to do the job."
-- George W. Bush, following Senate testimony during which his attorney general said he couldn't recall 74 times

Saturday, April 21, 2007


Here is a great comment that was left, the media loves to show pictures of the crazy gunman, but they hardly mention the heroes.

Anonymous said...
Consider all the airtime and column space given to the villain of the Virginia tragedy, to his 23-page statements and his 43 sickening photographs. Now compare it with the references one needs to search for two heroes who gave their own lives to save others'.

Do NBC and others find no significance and educational value to highlight the sacrifice made by these two gentlemen?

I hope that media will suspend repeatedly playing the killer's tapes and videos and dedicate some space to honor examples of bravery like Liviu Librescu, the 76-year-old maths professor who held shut the door of his classroom while his pupils scrambled to safety, and was then shot dead .

Another fallen hero is Virginia Tech student Waleed Mohammed Shaalan, who was hit by three bullets, including one in the head, in an attempt to save a fellow student.

Shaalan, 32, had been at Virginia Tech since August studying for a Ph.D. in civil engineering. He was ambitious, saying he wanted to follow in the footsteps of Ahmed Zewail, an Egyptian who won the Nobel prize for chemistry in 1999, said his father, Mohammed Shaalan, 65.

The day before Monday's massacre, Shaalan called home and said he intended to visit Egypt next month and then return to Virginia with his wife and 15-month-old son who had been living in Egypt, his parents said Thursday. The family got another call two days later. The Egyptian Embassy in Washington told them Shaalan had been one of the 32 victims.

See his 2004 wedding photo at

Sorry but I find this absolutly hilarious!!!
Alec Baldwin's phone message to his daughter,
maybe a bit stong for a 11 year old, but would be pretty solid stuff for a

Friday, April 20, 2007

You can send a question in for the candidates.

Send us your question for the candidates - Politics -

Thursday, April 19, 2007

How sad is this? a baby polar gets a death threat. You would thing George Bush would have better things todo.
Berlin's polar bear cub Knut receives death threat - Yahoo! News

Left in Aboite has a post that sort of leads me to this insane rambling. I didn't want to use his comment area as my soapbox.

It's not gun control we need, it's police that aren't hidding behind trees and cars, all while wearing body armour. Just like Columbine. All the cops are taking cover while the victims are in there getting shot down. Good job chief, have another doughnut.

The thing is the gun used weren't machine guns or anything crazy. I'm not gun expert, but it seems glock 9mm is pretty easy to get, don't all the rappers have them? All the control in the world wouldn't stop this kind of thing. If you want a gun you can get one. I know a guy that knows a guy, and I bet most people do. They might not admit it. Background checks and bs like that won't stop someone from getting a gun or killing people. If it's not a gun then they go with a homemade bomb strapped to their chest.

The problem isn't gun control, the problem is media coverage. NBC has suck bellow Fox news. (If that is possible) They way they show all the video and pictures and ramblings of that Cho guy. Remember before you go on a killing rampage, send a tape to NBC so they can make you famous after you kill yourself. I bet his parents are so proud, after slaving away in thier dry cleaning buisness so Jr. can go to school and make something of himself, he repays them by becomeing a famous killer. Couldn't NBC wait till the victims bodies were cold before they got there "scoop". I am surprised they let police or FBI look at the package before they started showing it on the air.

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Impeachment II

This was left as a comment to my Impeach Chaney post
I moved it to the front here so maybe more people would see it.

Causal said...

Help Kucinich to Impeach Bush
Kucinich says he's pursuing impeachment? Well let's help him out. Sacks and sacks of mail are about to arrive in Dennis Kucinich's office initiating impeachment via the House of Representative's own rules. This legal document is as binding as if a State or if the House itself passed the impeachment resolution (H.R. 635).

Kucinich says he is building his case for impeachment, and is working to build the support of his peers in Congress. He says he intends to impeach. He said he needs us to keep building the groundswell of support for impeachment all over the country. He asks that we send him copies of all the resolutions passed in various States, local Legislative Districts, County Districts and of any petitions with signatures, so that he can present them to the floor of the House. He said he felt that our framing the issue of impeachment in terms of the Constitution is a principled choice, and ultimately more effective than just acting on anger. Here's video of Kucinich addressing the impeachment issue:

Let's answer Kucinich's call with a petition that has it's precedent in history, and it's legitimacy in the Rules of the House of Representatives.

There's a little known and rarely used clause of the "Jefferson Manual" in the rules for the House of Representatives which sets forth the various ways in which a president can be impeached. Only the House Judiciary Committee puts together the Articles of Impeachment, but before that happens, someone has to initiate the process.

That's where we come in. In addition to a House Resolution (635), or the State-by-State method, one of the ways to get impeachment going is for individual citizens like you and me to submit a memorial. has created a new memorial based on one which was successful in impeaching a federal official in the past. You can find it on their website as a PDF.

You can initiate the impeachment process and simultaneously help Kucinich to follow through with the process. Do-It-Yourself by downloading the memorial, filling in the relevant information (your name, state, etc.), and sending it in. We're not only having you send them to Dennis now, but also to Impeach for Peace. That way, we can collect them all in one place, and deliver them all simultaneously (with cameras rolling) in July. Be a part of history.

Help Kucinich Impeach Bush

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

This is linked on the side, but I wanted to put it up front.
Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) plans to file articles of impeachment against Vice President Dick Cheney.
Booman Tribune ~ A Progressive Community

License plate voting ends Wednesday |

Please go vote for the "god plate", vote early and vote often. It's what our conservitive masters would want. (fortunatly you can't vote for the god plate)
(copied from the voting website)

Please note
that the plate chosen through this process will replace the current "Back Home Again" design, not Indiana's new alternate-standard "In God We Trust" design, which will continue to be offered through 2012.

(A real shame there.)

Here is a link to vote It's easy and you just have to put in your zip code.

I picked this one (plate design 4)

Monday, April 16, 2007

BBC NEWS | Americas | Gunman kills 30 at US university

Eye witness accounts

MSN report
Other deadly shootings in US Colleges
Eye witness accounts from the Washington Post

All the Cons and their dear leader Bush want everyone to worry so much about terrorist in Iraq they forget about ol' Al-cracker. Alive and well in places like Virginia. I haven't seen enough information to get on a gun control soapbox. I can't find any news source that says what kind of gun he was carrying. I am sure it's going to be a huge call for gun control and there is already a conspiracy therory on how this was set up by the goverment to get more gun control and security at schools. Every time something bad happens some morons have to make it worse with their stupid conspiracy crap.

One last thing to think about, this is what people in Iraq live with EVERY FUCKING DAY because we thought we could make their lives better. It's very sad, we are all shocked because 32 people were killed by one guy today in just a few hours. This happens about every day in Iraq. We don't even bat a eye anymore. Moral superior my ass.

Friday, April 13, 2007

Insurgent Group Says It Bombed Iraqi Parliament - New York Times

Remember this?
"Many parts of Iraq are stable now. But of course what we see on television is the one bombing a day that discourages everybody."
-- Laura Bush
What about 2 bombings Laura? Iraqi Parliament and a major bridge were bombed yesterday, should we be discouraged or is the mission still accomplished?

Here is a story from someone that was in the building when the bomb went off,
In an Instant, a Junkyard of Humanity -

Thursday, April 12, 2007

I bet this seemed like a great idea. Well until the boss
called him into the office and handed him his final paycheck.
Pennsylvania DJ fired for repeating Imus’ comments as part of contest - Los Angeles Times

Here's a real shame. Don Imus loses job in stunning fall - Yahoo! News

I watched his show on msnbc one time, I didn't relize it was suppose to be funny. I just thought it was some lame old guy rambling about kid being on his lawn or something.

Since it's tax time, watch out for phishing scams.

Tax time starting a new phishing season - Tax Tactics -

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

You can monitor the emergency in Darfur through Google Earth now.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Google Earth

My question is, where are you now George W. Bush, why aren't you charging in on your white steed to save these people? Oh what's that? They don't have any oil you say?


This is pretty cool, messages pop from all over the world

More bloggers should look into this twitter site. I hope to check it out more in depth when I'm off work.

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

AAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHGGGGGGGGGGGGG!!!! make it stop, my eyes, my eyes!!!!
Evangelicals for Mitt

I had a nightmare last night, Mitt Romney was president and Matt Kelty was mayor of smoke free Ft. Wayne.

Is there no stopping the pain?

I was thinking of getting a bunch of these yard signs and having a bon fire. Hot dogs and marshmellows for everyone, but please no smoking!

Here is a great post from Sumo at Sumo Merriment about the seperation of church and state.

This a great quote

"The legitimate powers of government...extend to such acts only as are injurious to others. But it does me no injury for my neighbor to say there are twenty gods, or no God. It neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg."
--- Thomas Jefferson

Monday, April 9, 2007

If this isn't a reason just to pack up and leave, I don't know what is,
Anti-U.S. rallies mark Iraq anniversary - Conflict in Iraq -

The Iraq goverment is telling even the Shiite people to ban together against the US forces.

Friday, April 6, 2007

Flip Flop III

Were are those swift boat vets now?

"People signing up for, registering and receiving, if you will, a number, a registration number, then working here for six years and paying taxes, not taking benefits...then at the end of that period, registering to become a citizen or applying to become a citizen and paying a fee...I think those are reasonable proposals."
-- Mitt Romney, 2005

"My view is there should be no advantage for those that are here illegally in pursuing a course of permanent residency."
-- Mitt Romney, 2007

Thursday, April 5, 2007

Flip Flop II

It's nice to see this time around it's a Republican flip floping like a fish out of water.

"[My support of the Brady Bill and the assault weapons ban are] not going to make me the hero of the NRA....I don't line up with the NRA."
-- Mitt Romney, 1994

"I have a gun of my own. I go hunting myself. I'm a member of the NRA and believe firmly in the right to bear arms."
-- Mitt Romney, 2007

Maybe it's not really a flip flop, but If a democrate would have said that, then you know Fox news would be rallying the swift boats.

Wednesday, April 4, 2007

Here's what we need for president.
Mormon Base a Mixed Blessing for Romney -

So he's against gay marriage (well I'm against having gay marriage "imposed" on me), but all for having several wives?

It looks like the wacky Iranian released the British sailors today.
Iran to release British sailors - Focus on Iran -

Heres the part of the story I find interesting, or maybe troubling?

"The [Iranian] president also weighed in on his country's diplomatic standoff with the United States.
'If Mr. Bush and his government change their behavior ... this side (Iran) has the ability to reconsider' its ties with Washington, he said, without specifying what change he wanted to see.
The White House responded that it was Tehran that needed to change its behavior and again urged the Iranian government to abandon its efforts nuclear program if it wants to improve relations with the United States."

That's right it's everyones fault but Emporer W. Every other country needs to bend to his and Darth Chaney's will. Sure Iran having nuclear weapons is bad for everyone. I don't think anyone could think Iran would use WMD responsibly. Hell you know the first thing they are going to do is launch one at Israel (maybe not such a bad idea). It's just the way the part from the "White House" sounds. Part of negotiating is giving something to get something in return. Bush co. just wants everyone to fall in line with their wack job agenda.

It's really nice the wack job Iranian did let those sailors go even though they probably didn't do anything to be captured. In the artical it say he pined a medal on the Iranian coast guard capt. that cpatured the British. Like he saved Iran from a invasion. I guess if your in the Iranian coast guard there probably isn't much chance of being a hero, unless you count helping smuggle weapons into Iraq.

Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Flip Flop?

If a democrat did this, he would be called a "flip flopper" or something.
"I believe that abortion should be safe and legal in this country."
-- Mitt Romney, 1994
"I saw where the harsh logic of abortion can lead -- to the view of innocent new life as nothing more than research material or a commodity to be exploited."
-- Mitt Romney, 2005
I guess Republicans just call it "business as usual"? I guess I could give him the benefit of the doubt were he says "I saw where", maybe a light bulb when off or something, but giving the benefit of the doubt isn't a much fun as calling someone a flip flopper for changing their mind.

This is from the Mitt Romney web site
"a social conservative; someone whose personal integrity and moral values are unquestioned;"
I think some moral values are in question and they changed between 1994 and 2005.

There is tons more crap on his web site, I hope to make it my new hobby to pick it apart and blog about what I find. It looks like we have another up and coming neocon.

funny video

Alanis Morissette has released a parody of the Black Eyed Peas' "My Humps".
It's kind of funny.

Sunday, April 1, 2007

Blog roll

I have added Change Fort Wayne to my blog roll. They have some pretty funny stuff about local politics in Fort Wayne.