Monday, December 31, 2007


Ok I promised a few predictions. Some will be serious some will be funny(or at least try to be)

Bush will continue to make a mockery of laws in this country as he has done so many times before

The United States, under Bush's "leadership", will continue to be the most hated country in the world

Memphis will win the NCAA Basketball Championship. UCLA will make the Final Four again and USC will make the sweet 16

The Detroit Tigers will win the World Series

The New England Patriots will win the Super Bowl (duh)

Congress and Senate will not impeach Bush or Cheney despite the numerous laws they broke and will continue to break

Nothing will come out of the destroyed CIA tapes even though anyone with half a brain knows Bush/Cheney authorized it

The mainstream media will continue to give Bush a pass despite scandal after scandal

Congress and Senate unfortunately still will not develop a spine and challenge Bush

Despite good efforts from the Bush Administration there will still not be a peace deal in the middle east between Israel and Palestine

The winner of the Presidential Election will be:

(Yeah like I know)

The media will still rather talk about famous people being arrested instead of actual issues

USC will win the Rose Bowl (again duh)

Bush will continue to ignore states with natural disasters

The writers strike will be settled sometime before the Academy Awards

Republicans will continue to ignore Global Warming despite the obvious effects it is causing in the United States

There will be no "fair and balanced" radio. My definition of fair and balanced is for every conservative host there is a liberal host. Ladies and gentlemen that's fair.

The housing crisis will create a recession but it will correct itself after about a year

I don't wanna know how high gas prices will go. All I know is in 2002 gas was $1.55 a gallon now under Bush's torture we see it well over $3.00

Well that's all I have for now I hope everyone does have a happy New Year as always do not drink and drive and I will see everyone next year


I forgot to talk about Bill O'Idiot's column yesterday in the Los Angeles Daily News as he talks about faith and politics. He wonders why Democrats get a pass on it. It's simple really the reason why Democrats get a pass is because Democrats to make it an issue as Republicans do. Republicans force faith on us when most people just wish to worship how they please.

Sorry Bill O. People like you who once said "if you don't like this as a Chrstian Country you should go to Israel" are what is wrong with the Republican Party because last I checked you are free to worship how you please here in the United States.

Sunday, December 30, 2007

Interesting Year

This has been an interesting year to say the least. A few highlights on what we learned

We learned that Democrats don't have a spine. At least yet. Bush got everything he wanted and then some and the bills he vetoed which help people like our troops show how he doesn't care even though Bush put them in harm's way.

We learned Bush is able to break as many laws as he can violating citizens civil rights as well as our constitution.

We learned whatever Bush says is a lies. Period

We learned that the media supports Bush in whatever he does

We learned no matter how many laws Bush breaks the Congress won't impeach him

We learned that insurance companies like Cigna don't care about their covered patients

We learned it's ok to talk about Democrats private sex lives but when Republicans (Larry Craig, David Vitter, Rudy Gulliani so far) have affairs we should shut up. Especially since they attacked Bill Clinton on his private sex life.

We learned that the election cycle is way too long

We were reminded Bush still hasn't captured Osama Bin Laden

We learned if you are in the Justice Department if you prosecute Republicans you get fired

We learned the media, instead of talking about real problems and news in our country, would rather talk about Brittney Spears, Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, etc.

We learned that people care more about things like steroids then issues that matter

We learned David Beckham coming to Los Angeles didn't really do much to promote Soccer

We learned the Los Angeles Kings still suck

We learned that despite a couple of loses USC is still the most dominant football school in So Cal

We learned how much of an egomaniac Kobe Bryant is

Friday, December 28, 2007

Chritmas Grinch

I have two candidates for my Christmas Grinch award this year. First is Cigna Insurance for denying insurance coverage for someone who needed to liver transplant claiming it was "experimental surgery" when it's not. And of course the teenager died.

But the winner, (I know you are shocked) ,continuing to show how he hates American Soldiers who are in harms way is George Bush. The reason is he announced he is going to veto the Defense Policy Bill which among other things gives are brave men and women soldiers a pay raise. His claim of why he is vetoing it is the most stupid thing I've ever heard "on grounds that it would derail Iraq's efforts to rebuild its country".

We now that Bush hates the soldiers as much as he hates America. The last year of him in office can't come soon enough.

Thursday, December 27, 2007


It's a sad day as the former Prime Minister of Pakistan Bhutto was shot and killed at a rally. While I'm sure Al Queda will be blamed this is a job authorized I believe by the current leader of Pakistan. And also the fact that we are there creates the lack of stability there.

Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Facts about Media

After reading a letter in the Los Angeles Daily News blasting the "liberal media" I want to again remind the writer the following conservative facts about all networks:

ABC on the 5th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks aired the documentary path to 9/11 which pretty much absolved all blame from George Bush and placed it on Bill Clinton.

CBS refused to air a movie that godforbid didn't put Ronald Reagan in a positive light.

CNN has programs hosted by Lou Dobbs, Glen Beck both well-noted conservatives as well as having Robert Novack and many others

MSNBC Tucker Carlson, Joe Scarborough, Chris Matthews are all conservative.

So the myth of the liberal media is just that. I wish these people would stop listening to liars like Rush LImbaugh and open their eyes to facts.

More Right Racism

I know this will upset Robert but this is from Republican right-wing Presidential nominee Ron Paul. From his newsletter in 1992. No wonder he is gaining among Republicans.

Indeed, it is shocking to consider the uniformity of opinion among blacks in this country. Opinion polls consistently show that only about 5% of blacks have sensible political opinions, i.e. support the free market, individual liberty, and the end of welfare and affirmative action.... Given the inefficiencies of what D.C. laughingly calls the "criminal justice system," I think we can safely assume that 95% of the black males in that city are semi-criminal or entirely criminal.

If similar in-depth studies were conducted in other major cities, who doubts that similar results would be produced? We are constantly told that it is evil to be afraid of black men, but it is hardly irrational. Black men commit murders, rapes, robberies, muggings, and burglaries all out of proportion to their numbers.

What another loser. Perfect for the Republican Party.

Tuesday, December 25, 2007


The following was written by Francis P. Church in 1897. It's famous and still worth remembering on Christmas:

Dear Editor—

I am 8 years old. Some of my little friends say there is no Santa Claus. Papa says, “If you see it in The Sun, it’s so.” Please tell me the truth, is there a Santa Claus?

Virginia O’Hanlon

Virginia, your little friends are wrong. They have been affected by the skepticism of a skeptical age. They do not believe except they see. They think that nothing can be which is not comprehensible by their little minds. All minds, Virginia, whether they be men’s or children’s, are little. In this great universe of ours, man is a mere insect, an ant, in his intellect as compared with the boundless world about him, as measured by the intelligence capable of grasping the whole of truth and knowledge.

Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. He exists as certainly as love and generosity and devotion exist, and you know that they abound and give to your life its highest beauty and joy. Alas! how dreary would be the world if there were no Santa Claus! It would be as dreary as if there were no Virginias. There would be no childlike faith then, no poetry, no romance to make tolerable this existence. We should have no enjoyment, except in sense and sight. The external light with which childhood fills the world would be extinguished.

Not believe in Santa Claus! You might as well not believe in fairies. You might get your papa to hire men to watch in all the chimneys on Christmas eve to catch Santa Claus, but even if you did not see Santa Claus coming down, what would that prove? Nobody sees Santa Claus, but that is no sign that there is no Santa Claus. The most real things in the world are those that neither children nor men can see. Did you ever see fairies dancing on the lawn? Of course not, but that’s no proof that they are not there. Nobody can conceive or imagine all the wonders there are unseen and unseeable in the world.

You tear apart the baby’s rattle and see what makes the noise inside, but there is a veil covering the unseen world which not the strongest man, nor even the united strength of all the strongest men that ever lived could tear apart. Only faith, poetry, love, romance, can push aside that curtain and view and picture the supernal beauty and glory beyond. Is it all real? Ah, Virginia, in all this world there is nothing else real and abiding.

No Santa Claus! Thank God! he lives and lives forever. A thousand years from now, Virginia, nay 10 times 10,000 years from now, he will continue to make glad the heart of childhood.

Monday, December 24, 2007

Was I Right?

So going back to last year I looked at the predictions I made. Let's see which ones I was right and which ones I was wrong:

Nothing will change in Iraq.
Right there

Bush will try his best to stop the Democrats from getting anything done YET will blame them for not getting anything done.
Right there

The Media will continue to parade criminal Republicans (and occassional Democrats) on their talk shows meaning we will only get one point of view as always and it will be the wrong point of view.
Right there

The hype for the 2008 election will continue to be more then what it is.
Absolutely right there

The Super Bowl winner will be the Baltimore Ravens.
Wrong there

UCLA Basketball will make another run in the Tourney but will end up losing to Ohio State in the final four.
1/2 right there. They made it to the final four but lost to Florida again

USC Basketball will show signs of life even though no one shows up to their games to see.
Right. But not last year but they are this year. Mayo is great.

While another year of fear but no terror attacks.
Right there

Celebrities will continue to go through spouses like they go through their wardrobes and no one but the media will care like right now.
Right there

Bush will sacrifice more troops in Iran.
Wrong there. For now

There will be investigations on Bush and the most damning thing will be with his and Cheney's energy task force which will show beyond a shadow of a doubt that Bush has everything to do with the high gas prices because gas prices are going up right now and the price of oil is falling.

Wrong there since Congress and the Senate doesn't have a backbone despite the criminal activity of this administration.

The Cubs, despite making perhaps the biggest splash in free agency this year, still will not win the world series. In fact I think it will be the Florida Marlins who will win. They had a great run last year.

1/2 right. The Cubs didn't make the World Series of course but the Marlins stunk

The Detroit Red Wings will win the NHL Stanley Cup. No one will care.

The Lakers will make a run in the NBA Playoffs but will fall short to eventual winner the Denver Nuggets. No one will care.

I'll have a few predictions for next year soon. In the meantime I hope everyone has a Merry Christmas and if they celebrate Kwanzaa I hope you have a happy Kwanzaa as well.

Remember do NOT drink and drive.

Saturday, December 22, 2007

Thinking About It

Thinking about it maybe Bush should have been named man of the year. After all he managed to lie, bully, intimidate this country into complete submission. He managed to murder hundreds of citizens (troops) he is allowed to be corrupt, he has a media that is in his back pocket he has the country so scared with his threats he has done whatever he wants and no one has the backbone to stand up to him. Those are the facts.

Friday, December 21, 2007

Uh oh

Wondering why False News hasn't jumped on Bush and Sec. Rice after all with this "war" on Christmas they both said at press conferences "happy holidays" instead of Merry Christmas. I guess it shows it's ok if they say it but not anyone else. Typical hypocrite.

Thursday, December 20, 2007


The funniest thing I ever heard in the wake of 16 year old Jamie Lynn Spears (sister of Brittney) pregnancy was hearing their mother was writing a book of parenting. Should it be called how to screw up your kids??

Man of the Year

Boy has Time Magazine got soft. I remember when they would pick controversial people for their man of the year but this year they picked Vladimir Putin which really what impact has he made? If Time Magazine really wanted to they should have picked Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the President of Iran who really made the impact in the world this year if you think about it.

Good News

Good news everyone. The Iowa Caucus is less then two weeks away. For those who want the first part of the election over with we should know the Democratic and Republican nominees by Super Tuesday which is on Feb. 5th or so.

The first leg is almost completed.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007


I have a question for anyone who may or may not want to respond but this does apply to anyone who is planning to vote Republican during the next election:

Is it more important to have someone who would represent your religious views who might not be electable or would you sacrifice that in order to retain the Presidency you already have?

I ask that because in the case of Mike Huckabee. He is surging and I wrote about his quotes and the fact he is a baptist minister and some of his stupid, out of touch with reality, (in my opinion) views. He is surging as I said in Iowa but still trails Nationally behind the usual suspects so I wonder what is more important.

Monday, December 17, 2007

No surprise

Joe Lieberman during a Connecticut Debate in 2006 between him and real Democrat Ned LaMont:
“I want Democrats to be back in the majority in Washington and elect a Democratic president in 2008. This man [Ned Lamont] and his supporters will frustrate and defeat our hopes of doing that.”

It comes as no surprise Democratic turncoat Joe Lie-berman (not a typo) has not endorsed a Democrat but a Republican John McCain. Not like his endorsement means anything in fact here is his quote with a comment why would any sane person want this idiots support.

LIEBERMAN: Well, I did. I mean, to have full disclosure, not one of the Democrats asked for my support, which may be a story in itself. John McCain and I are friends. He did ask for my support.

Sunday, December 16, 2007

Abstinence Only

So I see where 14 states, including California, are rejecting federal funding for abstinence only education. I say good because that never has and never will work. The people who support that are backwards in limiting people's options when they have sex. People should be aware of every option in terms of protection no matter how awkward it might make parents feel should be taught.

Good for the states who have smartened up.

Thursday, December 13, 2007

Steroid Report

So Major League Baseball released it's long-awaited report on steroid use among ballplayers. While I won't list the names involved (too many and you can easily find them) there were some surprising and some not surprising people listed. I do have some questions though if anyone wants to answer:

Can Commissioner Selig suspend players?

Can these players be charged?

If you have seen the report you see there is a lot of heresay can that hold up in court?

How many owners knew what was going on?

And did they cover it up because their pocketbooks were increasing?

Will it affect how you view players?

Will it affect if you attend games or not?

How should it affect players with record like Clemens and Bonds?

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Yet Again

Yet again Bush shows he hates children as he killed the s-chip bill. If he bothered to look at the actual measure (as I have) none of the things he claims is in the bill is in the bill. But since the bill would help people who wouldn't vote for him mine as well not give them proper care.

Republican Stupidity

You know it's funny I have typed previously on this site when Republicans were in charge of the House and Senate how they whined and complained when Democrats used the filibuster to block bills. In fact here are a few quotes from the alleged party of values:

Sen. Trent Lott (R-MS): “[Filibustering] is wrong. It’s not supportable under the Constitution. And if they insist on persisting with these filibusters, I’m perfectly prepared to blow the place up.”

Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) spokesman: “Senator McConnell always has and continues to fully support the use of what has become known as the ‘[nuclear]’ option in order to restore the norms and traditions of the Senate.”

Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX): “I support the [nuclear] option, I support a rule change, I support elimination of the unconstitutional filibuster by any legal means.”

So what happens when the Democrats are in charge:

So the House has passed 239 measures since Democrats took over yet Republicans are blocking most of them since they are petty and babies since they no longer have control of all three branches. mind you these are the people who claim nothing is being done and now we know why.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007


I got another quote from Huckabee showing how backwards he is and backing up my previous post about him:

You are right because you called wives to graciously submit to their husband’s sacrificial leadership.

Nice guy

Monday, December 10, 2007

A few observations

Just a few notes from the weekend (including a lot of sports)

Wondering if Oprah Winfrey's support for Barrack Obama will make a difference or not

Wondering how Mike Huckabee feels about being a front runner now that it came out over the weekend comments he made about people with Aids being quarantined and that he pardoned a rapist when he was governor who went on to kill two people in Missouri

Wondering how much punishment Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive Back Anthony Smith received after guaranteeing a Steelers win on Sunday and they got their butts whipped

Can the Patriots go undefeated?

Will the Dolphins win a game?

And can they beat the Ravens who have quit on the season this Sunday?

Sorry Robert but what happened to the Rams this year I thought they would be contending this year

Same for the Saints and Bengals

Most surprising team this year in the NFL: the Cleveland Browns

The Raiders are the team I thought they'd be (sorry Dennis Green I had to)

Was this the most screwed up year in college football or what?

Will the election finally get here already?

Saturday, December 08, 2007


I want to talk about a liberal talk show host on kgo 810 in San Francisco. I always listened and liked his views on issues and he is one of the few talk show host I went out of my way to listen to. I was shocked and saddened to learn he is under indictment for possessing internet kiddie porn.

While I hope he is found innocent if he is found guilty the pervert needs to be locked up a long time.

Way to set the example Bernie.

Thursday, December 06, 2007

More Religion

Just one more question since Mike Huckabee is a Baptist Minister shouldn't that disqualify him for running for President based on separation of church and state? Would Huckabee, who has said that he doesn't believe in evolution,4670,Onthe2008Trail,00.html

And that abortion should be outlawed

But that notwithstanding again the fact he is a minister should disqualify him under again separation of church and state.

Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Religion and Politics

So I see where Mitt Romney is going to give a speech talking about his religion which as everyone knows that he is Mormon. As long as his religious views are not forced upon us (remembering we are supposed to have separation of church and state) I really don't care what any politicians religion is. I care more on how they view issues and how their views on issues effect me. That's the bottom line.

Tuesday, December 04, 2007


So let me get this straight, Iran abandoned it's nuclear weapons a few years ago but according to this freak in the White House they are still a threat and military action is still on the table? Man I guess Bush is still on drugs.

Monday, December 03, 2007


Robert and I talked about this when we hooked up awhile ago and it's something that needs to be talked about regarding when you have the right to shoot someone. Here is a link for some background information but I will give the details as I know them as well.

The situation is this: A person's neighbor is being robbed. The person rightfully called 911 but the police did not show up at the point the robbers were going to leave so that person, instead of helping the police and giving accurate descriptions of the felons and an accurate description of the vehicle they were driving, decided to take the law in his own hands and kill the robbers. He did not fire a warning shot to get them to stop he shot to kill nevermind the robber posed no direct threat to him or his family.

I think some questions need to be asked and I would like any response if you choose.

A) Was this shooting justified
B) Should this person be charged with a crime and what crime should he be charged with
C) Does this change your position on guns and or gun control
D) Is this person a hero or a villain

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Not asked

A question not asked (mine) at the interesting Republican YouTube was the following to Senators McCain and Thompson as well as Guliani: If you represent the "party of values" how come it's well known about your marital affairs and is it o.k. to have them and why when you have had them did you attack President Bill Clinton for the same thing?

I must say though the questions as I said were interesting even though there was no real opposition questions.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Conservative Media

So I always claim how the media is not liberal as conservatives claim and here, thanks to, is more proof of that. Remember when Democrats were reaching out to Syria to try to get them into the peace process in the middle east? Here is what the conservative media said:

CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux: “Why should the Americans, or even the international community, see this any more as a political stunt here, a publicity stunt, a big wet kiss to President Al-Assad?”

Washington Post Editorial Board: “Ms. Pelosi’s attempt to establish a shadow presidency is not only counterproductive, it is foolish.”

Thomas Sowell of the Baltimore Sun: “All that Ms. Pelosi’s trip can accomplish is to advertise American disunity to a terrorist-sponsoring nation in the Middle East while we are in a war there.”

NBC’s Matt Lauer: “But if the Democrats and Speaker Pelosi appear to be acting irresponsibly or incompetently — and let’s face it, a lot of people think she messed up on this one — what’s the impact for Democrats overall?”

Now that Syria is in the conference that Bush is holding (which will accomplish nothing) here is what the media is saying:

New York Times: “Syria announced Sunday that it would attend the Middle East peace meeting beginning here Monday night, joining Saudi Arabia and the rest of the Arab League participants in a turnabout that represented a victory for the Bush administration.”

The Denver Post:Victory for U.S.: Syria to attend summit.”

The AP’s Amy Teibel: “The Bush administration was able to declare a clean sweep when Syria, the last Arab world holdout, said Sunday it would attend this week’s high-stakes Mideast peace conference.”

The Wall Street Journal: “The Bush administration is even courting a long-time pariah, Syria. … Talks with Syria could go some way in weakening Tehran’s strongest alliance in the region.”

The AP’s Sam Ghattas: “The Syrian participation is already seen in Washington as a success for the Bush administration.”

So again if this isn't enough proof for all you conservatives out there you must be on whatever Bush is right now.

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I always laugh at the religious right since they are the biggest hypocrites of them all in a sea (Republicans) that's filled with them. Here is yet another example backing my point.

The religious right seems to be split among backing the Republican candidates for President and I really, considering their "values" that the religious leaders hold so dear to their hearts don't apply to any of the leading candidates on the right. I've typed so many times about how the leading candidates do not hold any "values" that they hold close to them including extra marital affairs, stances on abortion that if the religious leaders have any "values" they would not endorse any of the candidates based on their beliefs.

But there they are endorsing Guliani, McCain, Thompson, etc. showing that they are hypocrites. I guess I shouldn't be surprised.

Sunday, November 25, 2007


So Bill O'Idiot today is talking about his trip to Afghanistan. First he talks about a stone wall he passed with iron rings where they stoned people as their punishment saying it was a Taliban thing. Obviously being ignorant to the Arab region as he is he is not aware that goes all over the place. Didn't he read the papers recently where a Saudi Arabian woman was whipped for being raped? Yes for being raped.

I've always said this about the war in Afghanistan: If Bush paid as much attention there, especially since the person who is responsible for attacking us on 9/11 is there, as he did Iraq would we achieve victory. But since Bush doesn't that's why things are not going well there.

And as far as O'Idiot I suggest he brush up on Arab rules of law cause they are screwed up in all countries.

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Biggest Turkey

I found the biggest turkey this year. Believe it or not I'm not going to say Bush. It is a "gentlemen" named T. Boone Pickens.

Why is this gentlemen in my opinion the biggest turkey? Here is why: He offered 1 million dollars to prove the people who "swift boated" John Kerry in the election a couple of years ago wrong. John Kerry accepted that wager and after he did he demanded all sorts of records that would be impossible to have. So in other words he had no intention of paying the wager he offered.

Absolutely a typical Republican and absolutely the biggest turkey.

Anyway I do hope everyone has a Happy Thanksgiving and remember DO NOT drink and drive.

Wednesday, November 21, 2007


I just wanna take some time to show what I am thankful for:

I am thankful that we only have a little over 1 more year of the psychopath in the White House

I am thankful for Bill O Reilly,Rush and the whole right wing media and all the material they give me to post to show how stupid and ignorant they are

I am thankful that my niece is doing fine and at least for now her cancer is in remission

I am thankful that I have such great friends (to many to mention) who have put of with me all these years

I am thankful for Geoffrey Church who livened things up around here for awhile

I am thankful that I have a great family who is there for me when I need them

I am always thankful for your support of this site

Tuesday, November 20, 2007


You would think since this is Thanksgiving week the Bush Administration would want to give a special thanks to the men and women soldiers who have sacrificed so much in Iraq for their phony war and you know with him you will get a photo-op I'm sure since that's all the prick is good for you really won't hear stories like this:

So this disgusting story states how the military is trying to collect bonuses that they gave soldiers who signed up for service back for the reason they got wounded in Iraq. Again it's on Bush cause he is in charge of the military but I guess since he, like most in his administration,dodged serving in Vietnam when it was their time he wouldn't know what it's like to be in combat.

As I said disgusting.

Sunday, November 18, 2007

I wonder

I know a few people who try to talk scenario's where Bush would stay President after the election. I can't really think of one except where there would be some attack at a debate or something between whoever gets nominated from both parties. Can anyone think of any other one??

Thursday, November 15, 2007


I see they indicted Barry Bonds on 4 counts of Perjury and 1 count of Obstruction of Justice. If he is found guilty on any charges I hope baseball erases his record. Throw the book at him.

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Old Friend

I was saddened to see that they imploded the Frontier Hotel in Las Vegas yesterday. I have a lot of fond memories of times I've stayed there and it will be missed as yet another monstrosity is built. The old Las Vegas is going away hotel by hotel.

Sunday, November 11, 2007

Veterens Day

As we take a day (something I feel is not done enough) to honor or soldiers who are the bravest of the brave I would like to ask why has our President, who dodged serving in Vietnam when it was his term and our Vice President who also did not serve when it was his time, has allowed our soldiers to be treated so horribly after they have come home from serving in Iraq and Afghanistan!

Take a look at Walter Reed and the soldiers treatment there. I know of soldiers who have to wait months at a time to see doctors and I feel that's disgusting and needs to improve. It shoudn't be like this for our brave men and women.

So pathetic and remember Bush is in charge of the military that's why it falls on him.

Saturday, November 10, 2007

War for Oil

If anyone needs reminding how this disaster in Iraq was not about anything BUT oil just remember prices for oil before Bush occupied Iraq was $30 per barrel. Now it's $100. Also remember when Cheney had his secret energy meeting before Bush occupied Iraq and he refused to release the information about the meeting remember we don't know who was there and if you don't think this was discussed you live in Fantasyland.


This is not surprising I see where some Republicans are starting to lobby to get Republican Joe Lieberman as Vice President. Believe it or not that makes sense cause he fits right in with them and as I said he really is a Republican with his Bush suck-ups.

Thursday, November 08, 2007

Let's See

So Rudy Guliani said the following today regarding his friend, someone who Bush wanted to head the Department of Homeland Security, Bernie Kerik:

"I think voters should look at it, and what they should say is in that particular case I made a mistake," Giuliani said during a press conferred in Dubuque, Iowa. "I made a mistake in not clearing him effectively enough, and I take the responsibility for that"

"But when you balance that mistake against all the successes that we had and the reality that you make some mistakes and you make some correct decisions, I think the overwhelming record is a record of great success," the New York Republican added..

I have said this many times before regarding Guliani: If not for 9/11 he would have gone down as one of the most hated, unpopular mayors in New York City. His approval ratings were about the same as Bush's currently are and a lot of the things which caused failures during 9/11 that he was in charge of are going to come out if he gets nominated.

But back to Guliani's friend he just got indicted on tax fraud, corruption, and conspiracy counts. If you think Guliani didn't know about this you are wrong.

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Flip Flop

So I see Pat Robertson did a flip-flop and decided to endorse Rudy Guliani even though he said he wouldn't endorse anyone. Way to go. Typical Right-winger.

Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Just a reminder

Although the media is ignoring the fact the year 2007 is the deadliest year for soldiers dying in Iraq at 852 so far. What we are hearing from the media is how the deaths of soldiers have dropped off in October but facts are facts.

Monday, November 05, 2007


It's funny how the Bush Administration is quick to complain about how Pakistan, an alleged friend of the United States and a country that has nuclear weapons, when they suspend the constitution but no one is looking how many laws on our constitution that Bush has broken. Just to remind you here are a few:

First Amendment: In September, a federal judge ruled that the FBI’s use of secret “national security letters” to obtain citizens’ personal data from private companies for counterterrorism investigations “violate[d] the First Amendment and constitutional provisions on the separation of powers.”

First Amendment, Fourth Amendment: In Aug. 2006, a federal district court in Detroit ruled that the Bush administration’ss NSA warrantless wiretapping program was unconstitutional, violating the “separation of powers doctrine, the Administrative Procedures Act, the First and Fourth amendments to the United States Constitution, the FISA and Title III.”

Article I: Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee in June, then Attorney General Alberto Gonzales attempted to justify the administration’s detainee policy by claiming, “There is no express grant of habeas in the Constitution.” (Article I, Section 9, Clause 2 of the Contitution reads: “The Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in Cases of Rebellion or Invasion the public Safety may require it.”)

Article II: In June, House investigators revealed that Vice President Dick Cheney had exempted his office from an executive order order designed to safeguard classified national security information by claiming that he was not an “entity within the executive branch.” (Read the duties of the Vice President, outlined in Article II of the Constitution HERE.)

One of the things also Musharraf is complaining about is "judicial activism" isn't that also one of the things Bush and the right always complain about? Or am I wrong?

Sunday, November 04, 2007

Real Threat

So Bill O'Idiot seems to, as usual, forget a point when he has whoever write his commentary in the Los Angeles Daily News but today he attacks those (and since all he knows is how to attack) who are not taking the made up war on terror seriously. Well hell I guess that includes me too since smart people know no matter how much security we allegedly have, an attack will happen. Now to remind you this is the same "person" who said awhile ago that it's o.k. for Al Queda to attack San Francisco.

I'd also like to remind you how George "dead or alive" Bush has failed to capture the mastermind behind 9/11 Osama Bin Laden. And Al Queda is still as much as a threat today as they were before 9/11 and things like the Patriot Act are failures because we are constantly reminded how attacks can happen by terrorist by the Bush Administration.

But really I'd like to bring up how Bush is using, with the help of the friendly right-wing media the "war on terror" to both deflect attention to the criminal actions of his administration and to scare people to getting the laws he wants passed.

This is from one of the few shows that doesn't suck of to the Bush Administration, Keith Olbermann.

OLBERMANN: Number one, May 18th, 2002; the first details of the president‘s daily briefing of August 6th, 2001 are revealed, including its title “Bin laden determined to strike in U.S.” The same day, another memo is discovered revealing the FBI knew of men with links to al Qaeda training at an Arizona flight school. The memo was never acted upon.

Questions about 9/11 intelligence failures are swirling. May 20th, 2002.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The terror warnings from the highest level of the federal government tonight are—

OLBERMANN: Two days later, FBI Director Mueller declares that another terrorist attack is “inevitable.”

The next day, the Department of Homeland Security issues warnings of attacks against railroads nationwide, and against New York City landmarks like the Brooklyn Bridge and the Statue of Liberty.

Number two, Thursday, June 6th, 2002.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I never really anticipated this kind of impact.

OLBERMANN: Coleen Rowley, the FBI agent who tried to alert her superiors to the specialized flight training taken by Zacarias Moussaoui, whose information suggests the government missed the chance to break up the 9/11 plot, testifies before Congress. Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Graham says Rowley‘s testimony has inspired similar pre-9/11 whistle blower.

Monday June 10th, four days later.

JOHN ASHCROFT, FORMER ATTORNEY GENERAL: We have disrupted an unfolding terrorist plot.

OLBERMANN: Speaking from Russia, Attorney General John Ashcroft reveals that an American name Jose Padilla is under arrest, accused of plotting a radiation bomb attack in this country. In fact, Padilla had by this time already been detained for more than one month.

Number three, February 5th, 2003; Secretary of State Powell tells the United Nations Security Council of Iraq‘s concealment of weapon, including his 18 mobile biological weapons laboratories, justifying a U.N. or U.S. first strike. Many in the U.N. are doubtful.

Months later, much of the information proves untrue.

February 7th, 2003; Two days later. As anti-war demonstrations continue to take place around the globe.

TOM RIDGE, FORMER HOMELAND SECURITY DIRECTOR: Take some time to prepare for an emergency.

OLBERMANN: Homeland Security Secretary Ridge cites credible threats by al Qaeda and raises the terror alert level to orange. Three days after that, Fire Administrator David Paulison, who would become the acting head of FEMA after the Hurricane Katrina disaster advises Americans to stock up on plastic sheeting and duct tape to protect themselves against radiological or biological attack.

Number four, July 23rd, 2003; the White House admits that the CIA, months before the president‘s State of the Union Address, expressed strong doubts about the claim that Iraq had attempt to buy uranium from Niger. On the 24th, the Congressional report on the 9/11 attacks is issued. It criticizes government at all levels. It reveals an FBI informant had been living with two of the future hijackers.

It concludes that Iraq had no link to al Qaeda. Twenty eight pages of the report are redacted. On the 26th, American troops are accused of beating Iraqi prisoners.

July 29th, 2003, three days later; amid all of the negative headline.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Word of a possible new al Qaeda attack.

OLBERMANN: Homeland Security issues warnings of further terrorist attempts to use airplanes for suicide attacks.

Number five, December 17th, 2003; 9/11 Commission co-chair Thomas Kean says the attacks were preventable. The next day, a federal appeals court says the government cannot detain suspected radiation bomber Jose Padilla indefinitely without charges, and the chief U.S. weapons inspector in Iraq, Dr. David Kay, who has previously announced he has found no weapons of mass destruction there, announces he will resign his post.

December 21st, 2003, four days later; the Sunday before Christmas.

RIDGE: Today the United States government raised the national threat level.

OLBERMANN: Homeland Security again raises the threat level to orange, claiming credible intelligence of further plots to crash airliner into U.S. cities. Subsequently, six international flights into this country are canceled after some passenger names purportedly produced matches on government no fly lists. The French later identified those matched names. One belongs to an insurance salesman from Wales, another to an elderly Chinese woman, a third to a five-year-old boy.

Number six, March 30th, 2004; the new chief weapons inspector in Iraq, Charles Duelfer, tells Congress we have still not found any WMD in that country. And, after weeks of having refused to appear before the 9/11 Commission, Condoleezza Rice relents and agrees to testify.

On the 31st, four Blackwater USA contractors working in Iraq are murdered. Their mutilated bodies dragged through the streets and left on public display in Fallujah. The role of civilian contractors in Iraq is now widely questioned.

April 2nd, 2004 --

BRIAN WILLIAMS, NBC NEWS ANCHOR: The FBI has issued a new warning tonight.

OLBERMANN: Homeland Security issues a bulletin warning that terrorists may try to blow up buses and trains using fertilizer and fuel bombs like the one detonate in Oklahoma City, bombs stuffed into satchels or duffel bags.

Number seven, May 16th, 2004; Secretary of State Powell appears on “Meet the Press.” Moderator Tim Russert closes by asking him about the enormous personal credibility Powell had placed before the U.N. in laying out a case against Saddam Hussein. An aide to Powell interrupts the question, saying the interview is over.

TIM RUSSERT, NBC NEWS ANCHOR: I think that was one of your staff, Mr. secretary. I don‘t think that‘s appropriate.


OLBERMANN: Powell finishes his answer, admitting that much of the

information he had been given about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq was

POWELL: Inaccurate and wrong, and, in some cases, deliberately misleading.

OLBERMANN: On the 21st, new photos showing mistreatment of Iraqi prisoners at Abu Ghraib prison are released. On the 24th, Associated Press video from Iraq confirms U.S. forces mistakenly bombed a wedding party, killing more than 40.

Wednesday, May 26th, 2004, two days later.

ASHCROFT: Good afternoon.

OLBERMANN: Attorney General Ashcroft and FBI Director Mueller warned that intelligence from multiple sources—

ASHCROFT: Indicates al Qaeda‘ specific intention to hit the United States hard.

OLBERMANN: And that 90 percent of the arrangements for an attack on the United States were complete. The color coded warning system is not raised. The Homeland Security secretary, Tom Ridge, does not attend the announcement.

Number eight, July 6th, 2004; Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry selects Senator John Edwards as his vice-presidential running mate, producing a small bump in the election opinion polls and producing a huge swing in media attention towards the Democratic campaign.

July 8th, 2004, two days later.

RIDGE: Credible reporting now indicates al Qaeda is moving forward with its plan to carry out a large scale attack in the United States.

OLBERMANN: Homeland Secretary Ridge warns of information about al Qaeda attacks during the summer or autumn. Four days after that, the head of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, Deforest B. Soaries Jr., confirms he has written to Ridge about the prospect of postponing the upcoming presidential election in the case the event it is interrupted by terrorist attacks.

Number nine, July 29th, 2004; at their party convention in Boston, the Democrats formally nominate John Kerry as their candidate for president. As in the wake of any convention, the Democrats now dominate the media attention over the subsequent weekend.

August 1st, 2004, Monday morning, three days later.

RIDGE: It is as reliable a source—a group of sources as we‘ve ever seen before.

OLBERMANN: The Department of Homeland Security raises the alert status for financial centers in New York, New Jersey and Washington to orange. The evidence supporting the warning, reconnaissance data left in a home in Iraq; later prove to be roughly four years old and largely out of date.

Number ten, October 6th, 2005, 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time; the president addresses the National Endowment for Democracy, once again, emphasizing the importance of the war on terror and insisting his government has broken up at least 10 terrorist plots since 9/11.

At 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time, five hour after the president‘s speech has begun, the Associate Press reports that Karl Rove will testify again to the CIA leak Grand Jury and that Special Prosecutor Fitzgerald has told Rove he cannot guarantee that he will not be indicted.

CHRIS MATTHEWS, MSNBC ANCHOR: We‘re awaiting a news conference at the bottom of the hour.

OLBERMANN: At 5:17 p.m. Eastern time, seven hour after the president‘s speech has begun, New York official disclosed a bomb threat to the city‘ subway system based on information supplied by the federal government. The Homeland Security spokesman says the intelligence upon which the disclosure is based is of doubtful credibility.

And later it proves that New York City had known of the threat for at least three days and had increased police presence in the subways long before making the announcement at that particular time. Local New York television station WNBC reports it had the story of the threats days in advance of the announcement, but was asked by high ranking federal officials in New York and Washington to hold off on its story.

Less than four days after having reveal the threat, Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York says, since the period of the three now seems to be passing, I think over the immediate future, we‘ll slowly be winding down the enhanced security. While news organizations, ranging from the “New York Post” to NBC New quote sources who say there was reason to believe the informant who triggered the warning simply made it up.

A senior U.S. counter terrorism official tells the “New York Times,” quote, there was no there there.

Number 11, a sequence of event in August 2006 best understood now in chronological order. As the month begins, the controversy over domestic surveillance without legal warrants in this country crests. Then on August 9th, the day after the Connecticut Democratic Senatorial Primary, Vice President Cheney says the victory of challenger Ned Lamont over incumbent Joe Lieberman is a positive for the, quote, al Qaeda types, who he says, quote, “clearly betting on the proposition that ultimately they break the will of the American people, in terms of our ability to stay in the fight.”

The next day, British authorities arrest 24 suspects in an alleged imminent plot to blow up U.S. bound aircraft using liquid explosives smuggled on board in sports drink bottles. Domestic air travel is thrown into chaos as carry-on liquids are suddenly banned.

On August 14th, British intelligence reveals it did not think the plot was imminent. Only the U.S. did. And our authorities pressed to make the arrests. Eleven of the 24 suspect are later released. And in the months to come, the carry-on liquids ban is repeatedly relaxed.

Number 12, May 7th, 2007, Greensburg, Kansas leveled by a tornado and the state‘ governor notes, more in sorrow than in anger, that the redeployment of so much of the Kansas National Guard and its equipment to Iraq might now cripple the soldiers‘ ability to respond if another disaster hits Kansas.

GOV. KATHLEEN SEBELIUS (D), KANSAS: What we‘re really missing is equipment. And that is putting a strain on recoveries like this one.

OLBERMANN: The next day, the authorities announce arrests in a far-fetched plan to attack soldiers at Fort Dix in New Jersey. The so-called terrorists planned to gain access to the base by posing as pizza delivery men. It is not a suicide mission. They state clearly, they intend to kill personnel and then retreat to safety, even though they were going to attack a closed compound, full of trained soldiers with weapons.

And though the plan is branded sophisticated, its perpetrators are not sophisticated enough to have not handed over the videotape of themselves training with weapons to a Circuit City store in order to be transferred to DVD. The Fort Dix plot not only erases from most news coverage the issue of disaster readiness in Kansas, but it also obscures the next day‘ story that in anticipation of his testimony to a House panel, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales has submitted opening remarks that match, virtually word for word, the remarks he had given the previous month to a Senate committee.

ALBERTO GONZALES, ATTORNEY GENERAL: Recognizing my limit involvement in the process, a mistake I freely acknowledge—

a mistake that I freely acknowledge, I have soberly questioned my prior decisions.

OLBERMANN: And number 13, June, 2007, the JFK plot to blow up the jet fuel pipeline feeding John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City, thus causing the entire airport to be consumed in an horrific conflagration. One of the men arrested has, as past employee access, to the sprawling complex, but little knowledge of the reality of the pipeline system.

The manager of that system tells the “New York Times” that the pipeline is not some kind of fuse. Shut off valves throughout would have easily contain any damage, just as a leak in a tunnel in any city would not flood everything in that city below ground. The so called plot happens to be revealed the day before the second Democratic presidential debate.

And as the scandal continues to unfold over the firings of U.S. attorneys, and their replacements by political hacks, the so called plot is announced by the Bush appointed U.S. attorney for Brooklyn, New York, and by the police chief of New York City, the father of a correspondent for Fox News Channel.

So you see Bill it's NOT left-wingers but right-wingers who are using the "War on Terror" to further their agenda. As usual you are wrong again.

And by the way are "friends" in Pakastan really know how to run a Government don't they? Looks like our troops are going to be in the middle of not one but two Civil Wars and when Bush invades Iran he will sacrifice even more of our brave men and women.

Thursday, November 01, 2007

Makes You Wonder

Has anyone really noticed the two most qualified candidates for either party seems to have no chance in anyway to win the election. I feel the most liberal Democratic candidate is Denis Kucinich and the most conservative Republican is Mike Huckabee but they seem to have no chance in winning next year.

The best line of the debate season so far was by Joe Biden the other night when he accurately described Guliani (paraphrasing a tad) "the only way Guliani knows how to make a sentence is with a noun, a verb, and 9/11." That's so true and shows nothing how Guliani is qualified to be president.

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Get Ready

I just wanted to warn everyone to get ready. Since the Christmas is just around the corner you are about to here about a phony "war" on Christmas. This "war" is about communities who are making choices on what to do with how they display holiday wishes. The "war" is created by right-wingers who I guess have nothing to say but will attempt to raise hell on people WHO CHOOSE to say Happy Holiday's instead of Merry Christmas. Personally I don't care what people say but to the right-wingers that will be an issue.

So again get ready.

Monday, October 29, 2007

Round 2

Get ready for round 2 Los Angeles as they say this weekend we are doing for another blast from the Santa Ana Winds that already caused so much damage and so many homes destroyed and 7 lives lost.

Be ready.

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Back it up

So Bush is in Southern California promising all sorts of things. I hope he learned from the non response he had to Katrina and keeps his promises cause there are thousands of people who are hurting and need help. Time will tell.

Wednesday, October 24, 2007


I saw this quote by Harry Reid which I disagree with:

“One reason why we have the fires in California is global warming,” Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) told reporters Tuesday, stressing the need to pass the Democrats’ comprehensive energy package.

No the reason we had fires is a combination of a couple of things:

Strong Santa Anna Winds
And a combination of downed power lines and sick freaks who think it's fun to set fires!

You know how I believe Global Warming and it's a problem that needs to be resolved now instead of later but that is not what causes fires.

And despite what i saw on False News this comment is nowhere near as stupid and uncaring as Glenn Beck's comments the other day.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Bad Move

I think Gulliani lost any votes he has in New York City with this one:

A Yankees fan rooting for the Red Sox is like a Dodgers fan rooting for the Giants. Yankees fans will never forgive him.

Monday, October 22, 2007


I wonder if Republicans think before they speak or if they realize how stupid they are at anytime when they do. Here in Southern California we have had devastating wildfires where some 250,000 people have been evacuated and I see these stupid ass comments from Glenn Beck: (And by the way these are taken in it's entirety)

BECK: Schwarzenegger came out over the weekend and he said the Republicans need to run to the center and they need to grab the center. And the headline -- I looked at it, and I went "OK, OK, what is this? What is this? Oh, it's Schwarzenegger. I'm probably going to disagree with it." And then I started reading it, and I absolutely disagreed with it. He said they need to start talking about health care and education. That's not the way to win.

Let's talk about health care and education? That's not the way to win. That's not the way to win on any front. I'm not even talking about -- the least I care about is winning the election. How about winning the war? How about saving our country? And, you know, it made me think. I want to make this very clear. When I say on the air, and I've said it a lot lately, that we need to come together and we need to get back into the center, we're being pushed on to the edges -- I want you to understand, that is not on policies. I don't mean that we come in the center on policies. We come to the center on principles. We come back to the center of the melting pot, that we're all one America, that just because I disagree with you doesn't mean you hate America, and I love America. We all love America. We just disagree on how we should function, what we should do, big government, small government. It doesn't mean you hate America. I think there is a handful of people who hate America. Unfortunately for them, a lot of them are losing their homes in a forest fire today.

There are a few people that hate America. But I don't think the Democrats are those. I think there are those posing as Democrats that are like that. But you don't come into the center. You have to stand up for what you believe in.

So those who lost their homes in the devastating fires are those who hate America?? Funny I didn't know Rush, O'Idiot and Beck lived here. Sad how people find this amusing when people are suffering isn't it?

Friday, October 19, 2007

For Fun

If anyone is in Los Angeles just wanted to let you know Weird Al is performing tomorrow night at the Greek Theatre. I got seats in section A for a reasonable price if one is up for comic relief.

Thursday, October 18, 2007

A Question

Just wondering why George Bush is more interested in protecting phone companies then capturing Osama Bin Laden? He has completely forgot about him and never mind he was the person behind 9/11 but Bush doesn't care anymore I guess.

No Override

So The House was unable to override Bush's veto on the S-Chip program to no real surprise. Next election that's going to be a major issue along with the disaster in Iraq. If that was me, either party member who voted against it would have this shoved down their throat.

Monday, October 15, 2007

Real Values

You know I always find funny how Republicans claim they are the party of values but when it's time for them to show that they don't. Same with the troops. Two examples of what I mean.

1st the S-Chip bill. That bill is designed to help low-income families with health insurance (which is a major issue in the election this coming year) they veto it.

2nd every time there is a bill that wants to bring our troops home they will vote against it despite the fact the majority of the people want our troops home. And if any soldier speaks out against they war they get attacked by the right-wing media being called things like "phony soldiers" and our now going after a general who is against the disaster in Iraq.

Yet when moveon buys an add attacking another general all hell breaks lose. No one is calling for these people to resign or blasting the media for attacking Gen. Sanchez!

So who does really have values? I tell you who doesn't. Republicans ( and Robert if you are an independent as you claim this shouldn't bother you)

Sunday, October 14, 2007


While I'm not going to dismantle much of Bill O'Idiot's column today I just have a question I would like answered: If it's ok for the United States to torture citizens of other countries will it be ok for our troops and citizens to be tortured cause honestly we unfortunately have set ourselves up and we have no right to complain WHEN that happens cause we do the same thing.

Saturday, October 13, 2007


Congrats to Al Gore for winning the Nobel Peace Prize. It's a deserved honor and while I know Robert (after all he tried unsuccessfully to disprove Global Warming despite the obvious facts regarding it)is pissed off I'd like to say how everyone BUT him knows it's a problem. Even Bush has admitted it recently.

Now I saw on False News where they say he did nothing to deserve it and Petraeus does for continuing the devastation in Iraq I guess I wonder if Bush will have the Supreme Court overturn that like he did after losing the election in 2000. I wouldn't put it past the egomaniac.

Thursday, October 11, 2007

You wonder

If it makes you wonder why I dislike these "people" here is a conversation between Ann Coulter and CNBC's Donny Deutsch. According to her I HAVE to be Christian and no other religion can be tolerated.

COULTER: Well, OK, take the Republican National Convention. People were happy. They're Christian. They're tolerant. They defend America, they --

DEUTSCH: Christian -- so we should be Christian? It would be better if we were all Christian?


DEUTSCH: We should all be Christian?

COULTER: Yes. Would you like to come to church with me, Donny?

DEUTSCH: So I should not be a Jew, I should be a Christian, and this would be a better place?

COULTER: Well, you could be a practicing Jew, but you're not.

DEUTSCH: I actually am. That's not true. I really am. But -- so we would be better if we were - if people -- if there were no Jews, no Buddhists --

COULTER: Whenever I'm harangued by --

DEUTSCH: -- in this country? You can't believe that.


DEUTSCH: That isn't what I said, but you said I should not -- we should just throw Judaism away and we should all be Christians, then, or --


DEUTSCH: Really?

COULTER: Well, it's a lot easier. It's kind of a fast track.

DEUTSCH: Really?

COULTER: Yeah. You have to obey.

DEUTSCH: You can't possibly believe that.


DEUTSCH: You can't possibly -- you're too educated, you can't -- you're like my friend in --

COULTER: Do you know what Christianity is? We believe your religion, but you have to obey.

I HAVE to obey her? Again the ego of these "people" are really deluded and down and out scary. You see the major difference between liberals and these insane nuts are so clear.

Robert this is what you support as a right-winger. I wish you would take a good look at this.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007


You know one thing that always amuses me is how Robert hates when I label righties (accurately) but never mentioned it when I say how I'm labeled as treason by the right cause I disagree with Bush and how since I am against the Iraq War I cannot support the troops. Which is of course bull on either count. So we get to the new one according to the B*tch Ann Coulter cause I am a proud Democrat I am stupid. At least her book (which I won't give any pub to) indicates that. So according to her I HAVE to support the Republicans and I absolutely REFUSE to. I can never support the heads of that party I can never support the viewpoint of that party who doesn't give a damn about anyone.

How can I support the hate that Coulter,Limbaugh,OReilly,Hannity,Medved,Beck and so many that I have posted all the anger toward. They preach hate, they practice hate and all they understand is hate. They all talk how they never smear yet ALL they do is smear. They are nothing but hypocrites, liars and if that's who I should look up to and strive to become I'd rather be stupid then like those uncaring losers. If these are supposed to be compassionate "people" I'd rather be ignorant.

Think about it in just the past week we continued how Bill O'Reilly proves to be racist. We showed about Rush's hatred toward troops we showed how Bush hates children as he vetoed a bill that would provide health insurance. And as a further insult we have Rush who attacked Michael J. Fox after a commercial. Fox who has parkinson's disease Limbaugh said he was faking his symptoms to get sympathy. I'm supposed to agree with sick freaks like this?

I'm supposed to agree with Coulter who attacks victims of 9/11 widows who just wanted a fair investigation by saying how they are living off their husbands deaths? I'm supposed to agree with the B*tch?

I'm sorry if you like them that's your choice but if you expect me to I won't. Why would I?

And again Robert welcome to my world as a liberal.

Tuesday, October 09, 2007


This has to be the best of a long list of absurd statements by Republicans I have posted. This is from Rep. Ray LaHood (R, Il. ) on why he is leaving Congress:

I do think the schedule and the flying is a huge pain for people, particularly those who are from the Midwest or even further West,” he said, adding that it’s “probably the worst part of the job.”

What he is talking about is how the Democrats are actually working a 5 day work week.

It's funny how REPUBLICANS always refer to Democrats as elites yet they are the ones who are snobs. I wonder how this "person" would explain this to those families in his district who have to work 6 days at 60 or more hours a week.

Monday, October 08, 2007

What Happened

Just wondering what happened to holidays being celebrated on the day they are? Last I checked Columbus Day was October 12th and NOT October 8th. Even if it's cause of a three day weekend (which it obviously is) October 12th is on a FRIDAY this year and not a Monday. What's going to happen with Christmas when that is no longer celebrated December 25th but December 28th? That's what's next.

Sunday, October 07, 2007

Interesting Week

So this week was quite interesting. Wanted to review what we have learned.

A) Rush Limbaugh can attack the troops and it's called in the media freedom of speech YET moveon attacks Petraeus and they get a senate resolution condemning them. A side note that proves the media with the unbalanced coverage IS NOT LIBERAL!

B) We learned George Bush doesn't care about children as he vetoed a bill that would give children health care coverage.

C) We learned George Bush, the commander in chief, lies to the troops when he says the whatever service they join will pay for their education cause they don't.

D) We learned that Larry Craig is blind to the fact that he is gay and blind to the fact that he plead guilty and he is hurting his party by refusing to step down.

E) We were reminded that the Republican National Convention next year will be held about 8 miles from where Craig had his fun.

F) We were reminded how USC and UCLA have a long way to go in the football as they both suffered embarrassing losses yesterday.

Saturday, October 06, 2007

Talking Baseball

Just an idea for televising the baseball playoffs. Instead of having three games on television in one day two in another why not do the following:

Televise both 1st round National League games one day then the next televise both American League games. Obviously I'm talking first round. That way we can easily see how superior the National League is and most fans won't miss one game cause it's on so early or so late depending on what time zone you are in.

Now onto a few awards.

Cy Young
NL: Jake Peavy
AL: Josh Beckett

NL: Jimmy Rollins
AL: Arod (duh)

NL: Troy Tulowitzki
AL: Dustin Pedroia

Manager of the year
NL: Bob Melvin (although anyone between Melvin, Clint Hurdle,Charlie Manuel, Ned Yost can win)
AL: Eric Wedge. People have made the argument about Mike Scioscia no one expected Cleveland to do anything. That's why I give the nod to Wedge. By the way considering the start they had I would also give a shout out to Joe Torre reluctantly.

Thursday, October 04, 2007

Continuing the theme

So I wrote yesterday how Bush the decider and the right wing don't care about children and I've wrote previously how they don't care about the troops and this further proves the point:

The story show how National Guard troops after serving the longest of anyone in Iraq are being denied the education benefits promised to them when they joined. And Robert as you have fondly put it it's on Bush cause as you say he is the "commander in chief" and ultimately the buck does stop there.

How this is not being reported widely by the media also proves how they do not respect the troops either.

How can this happen.

Wednesday, October 03, 2007


So with the veto today showing Bush and the Republicans don't care about children isn't it funny how they insist how wrong abortion is but yet AFTER children are born they don't seem to give a damn about them? This is proof as well as how every year education is cut even with the no child left behind joke. I mean come on it's such a joke it's stupid. But then again so are Republican hypocrites.

Tuesday, October 02, 2007


Ladies and gentlemen and Republicans I'm taking action. I'm not letting Bill O'Idiot threaten me like that! Here is the the quote:

There is a huge problem in this country, and I'm gonna attack that problem. I'm gonna attack it. These people aren't going to get away this. I'm gonna go right where they live. Every corrupt media person is on notice right now - I'm coming after you. And I don't care if it's Bill O'Reilly, Hillary Clinton, Rudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney, Barack Obama, anybody smeared by any media from now on I'm holding them accountable. I'm gonna hunt you down, and I mean it. Smear stops here. You're all on notice out there. I'm coming for you.

Now nevermind how he smears and attacks that's a threat and I verified it when I talked to a LAPD officer. I was told I CAN press charges and I think I might. And I am encouraging others to do the same and since he smears and attacks those he disagrees with I wonder if the idiot will then come after himself. He's just as stupid. And we also know he will never go after those who attack Democrats he never does.

Monday, October 01, 2007


So Rush thinks that soldiers who support leaving Iraq are "phony soldiers". So I wonder where the media outcry is over that like there was over the add. Nevermind how Rush started the General Betrayus on his show Jan 25th. I can't wait to see Republicans line up to condemn Rush cause they wouldn't show they are hypocrites would they??

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Bill O's in Trouble

I always laugh when people's ego get in the way of logic and that's what's happening in the Bill O'Idiot situation. We have heard the racist things he said (even though he must have felt they weren't intended that way) but instead of saying it was a mistake and that wasn't intended he goes and attacks the media who reported WHAT HE SAID.

That's why this won't go away so easily and it shouldn't cause what he said was wrong, demeaning and outright ignorant.

But that's what O'Idiot is.

And also remember that's also what got Imus fired so Bill I suggest you try to man up for once.

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Dead Silence

You know I've been wondering where Robert and Geoffrey Church have been. Their silence after I have proven how the media is conservative is pretty funny considering all they have said is how liberal the media is. I guess like the Republicans they are they can't handle facts and the truth.

Thanks for playing gentlemen.

Monday, September 24, 2007

Conservative Media

As the silence continues from my point proven how the media is NOT LIBERAL I would like to give another example:

As the talk about the Democratic fundraiser being arrested and how all the headlines were right around that story here is some stories that the conservative media ignored:

That story leads to a link showing a top fundraiser for Mitt Romney being arrested. I saw nothing on the news. ANY news network

That leads to a story about McCain's Florida Chairman Bob Allen getting arrested. Made some headlines for the racist remarks he made but disappeared after awhile.

This shows how a reporter was arrested after godforbid asking Guliani a question. Seriously.

Now again I say if this were a liberal media these would be major stories but I hear nothing for the reason the media is right-wing.

Sunday, September 23, 2007

Who's Freedom is it?

I notice the silence from Robert and Geoffrey Church when I talk about the outcry from the right-wing media on the add. Again today Bill O is at it again saying how that one add could affect her becoming president.

Again I ask a simple question: Where were the so-called liberal media when the swift boaters were attacking John Kerry and comparing Max Cleeland to Osama Bin Laden? Where is the Senate condemning them? Where is the media when Rush compares Barrack Obama to Osama (which he does consistantly) Where is the so-called liberal media when the right continuously says how the liberals are committing treason cause we are against the war?

Why is it that freedom of speech applies only to the right-wing of America and not EVERYONE in America?

Thursday, September 20, 2007


I would like to talk YET AGAIN how these Republicans in Senate and the House are hypocrites and here is the best proof of them all. We have serous issues like Iraq, Global Warming, major companies importing tainted good from China, gas prices and what do the Republicans do? Have a vote condemning a ad that attacks Petraeus! Just to show what Republicans think are a waste of time here are some quotes on things like the Iraq War:

“Mr. President, we have nearly finished this little exhibition, which was staged, I assume, for the benefit of a briefly amused press corps and in deference to political activists opposed to the war.” [Sen. John McCain, 7/18/07]

“We have just seen a procedure in the last 24 hours that was a colossal waste of time.” [Sen. Arlen Specter (R-PA), 7/18/07]

“I want an open and honest debate, and not political posturing. I was sent here to take action, not waste time on non-binding and empty resolutions.” [Sen. Craig Thomas (R-WY), 2/23/07]

Thanks to for that.

Now I also wonder where these same Republicans are when the swiftboaters were attacking John Kerry when he was running for President? The silence was deafening.

And a reminder that is about associated to Democrats as Swift boaters were to Republicans.

If that's not a hypocrite I don't know what is.

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

How Bad?

How bad are things for Bush?? In his speech last week the Democratic response drew more viewers then his speech.

Network Time Program Viewers
FNC 9:00 Bush Address 745,000
FNC 9:19 Dem. Response 813,000
FNC 9:24 Analysis 512,000

Network Time Program Viewers
MSNBC 9:00 Spec.Prog. 470,000
MSNBC 9:01 Bush Address 455,000
MSNBC 9:20 Dem. Response 446,000

Network Time Program Viewers
CNN 9:00 Bush Address 454,000
CNN 9:20 Dem. Response 507,000
CNN 9:24 Larry King 400,000

Sunday, September 16, 2007


So as usual I'm reading Bill O'Idiot's column in the Los Angeles Daily News to see what misinformation he has today and as always he is lying and spreading lies.

Today he is talking about Brian DePalma's new movie which is about a REAL LIFE EVENT where three soldiers ended up being tried, convicted and sentenced for life after raping an Iraqi woman and murdering her family.

Now I realize if it's up to O'Idiot there would be no reporting on the war but this is important because it shows how disrespectfully we, as occupiers, are treating Iraqi citizens. I'm sure it happens more then we will ever know and will ever find out.

But O'Idiot thinks this is just normal behavior. In fact his last quote "Fair minded Americans should realize that in any war, mistakes will be made; horryfying things like Abu Gharib will happen. Thise things need to be dealt with, but not exploited for political gain.

I'm not sure if you realize this but I never heard any statements from DePalma saying yeah this film will help Democrats and Republicans exploit the war every chance they get.

Also the reason our cause is because of events like this and Abu Gharib and the fact we are kidnapping citizens of Iraq and other countries and sending them to places like Abu Gharib and Guantanamo Bay. That's what's hurting our cause.

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Observations on Petraeus

First thanks to John Warner (R,Va.) for asking the right question to Petraeus yesterday. The question was "are we any safer since we are in Iraq?" and the answer was "I don't know." So I ask WHY THE HELL ARE WE IN IRAQ IF WaxtxE ARE NO SAFER THEN WE WERE BEFORE?

Also the troop "withdraw" is nothing of the sort. All they are doing is leaving the troop level the same as it was BEFORE THE SURGE! Don't believe the lies by Bush.

And understand I didn't post anything yesterday as I always say prayers and remember my friends who died on 9/11. I knew a couple including a firefighter when I lived in New York in 1998 and still kept in touch with when I moved back home and watched them die as the towers fell. And if 9/11 gets me particularly angry toward Bush and will continue until Bush gives a damn about capturing as his quote was "dead or alive" Bin Laden.

Monday, September 10, 2007

No Results

After hearing testimony by General Petraeus saying he will start sending the troops involved in the surge home NEXT SUMMER (mind you the report was written by the White House) wonder how this lazy President will but off the troops coming home at that point. Face it ladies and gentlemen the troops aren't ever coming home from Iraq.

Saturday, September 08, 2007


George Bush failed to this date and time. That's the bottom line as Osama Bin Laden released another video tape. Bush failed to avenge the attacks on 9/11 cause Bush decided to go invade Iraq instead who had nothing to do with 9/11. Bush failed. Bush in the so-called war on terror did nothing to lessen Al Qaeda. Bush failed. Bush who did nothing to stop the attacks on 9/11 despite being told in advance an attack was imminent Bush failed. Robert, Geoff you can try to spin this anyway you want but those are the facts to this date and time. And I'm not even saying those facts can't change but the bottom line is Bush failed.

Thursday, September 06, 2007


I forgot yesterday if I make predictions they are IN NO WAY to be interpreted as fact. If you go with my prediction you do so at your own risk and it is your responsibility. Please gamble responsibly.

Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Pro Football Predictions

Since the NFL is starting tomorrow and I'm still shocked about Appalachian State over Michigan I'd like to make a prediction now on the NFL season:

Super Bowl: New England over New Orleans

Biggest Surprise NFC: San Francisco 49ers and Detroit Lions

Biggest Surprise AFC: Cleveland Browns, Buffalo Bills

Biggest Letdowns NFC: Chicago Bears, Philadelphia Eagles

Biggest Letdown AFC: San Diego Chargers (one reason- Norv Turner)

Biggest Letdown NFC: Dallas Cowboys

Record for my Oakland Raiders: 6-10 (I don't believe they haven't signed Russell yet but that's the way it's been for the Raiders)

Sunday, September 02, 2007


This might or might not surprise you but I wanted to talk about Mariel Garza's column in the Los Angeles Daily News about illegal immigrant Elvira Arellano. For those who are not aware she received (wrongly) a sympathetic reporting from the media who conveniently forgot she is a criminal and for she was deported after being arrested here in Los Angeles for being an illegal immigrant as well as illegally having a social security number. (Funny I thought that meant jail time). She was hiding in a Chicago Church (which shouldn't anyone who knowingly hid her be arrested for aiding and abetting a convicted criminal)

So in the column Garza actually has the nerve to compare this woman to Rosa Parks. I mean come on here Parks was a champion for civil rights Arellano hasn't done anything except trying to save her own ass. The media tried to create sympathy for her saying how she was being separated from her son etc. well doesn't anyone care that's the choice SHE made by knowingly breaking the law?

Quit treating her like a hero cause she is a criminal and is getting what she deserves!

Saturday, September 01, 2007

Just wondering

Just wondering what Montana Rep. John Sinrud is thinking with a quote like "We've gone ... from fighting log fires to structure protection. Where is it that we have to protect those structures? Why not just let them burn?"

What does he have against Firefighters and people who's homes are destroyed with flames?

Wonder what he would have said about the firefighters in the World Trade Center?

A Football Take

Just wanted to give a take on the upcoming College Football season since it's here. I'll talk Pro Football next week.

USC is so loaded it's scary. They are like a pro team. Better then a few pro teams (my Raiders included). I'll be surprised if they lose a game this year they are so damned talented. The National Championship is theirs to lose.

As far as my UCLA Bruins I see three loses in their schedule. Their defense will keep them in games but the offense is still in question.

Prediction for National Championship game USC vs. Virginia Tech as the sentimental team.

This years surprise team: Hawaii

Friday, August 31, 2007

Bye Bye

So Larry Craig is resigning(as soon as today), John Warner is retiring but the biggest loser of the bunch Tony Snow has quit for the most absurd reason: His $168,000 salary is not enough.

Tell that to the millions of people who make 1/10th of that.

A little credit and a good idea

I've always said if Bush or any Republican has a good idea I'll give the credit they deserve. Here is a good idea which I hopes passes Congress and the Senate.

(mind you I also thought on paper no child left behind was a good idea and we see that's got us nowhere so )

Here is the exact idea

People who have missed mortgage payments are now ineligible for FHA insurance. In the president's plan, they would be eligible if they fall behind only because the amount they are required to pay each month increases, as is now happening with many mortgages issued from 2004 to 2006.

Good for him actually thinking about people for a change. Although I must admit I'm waiting for a catch.

Thursday, August 30, 2007

Two Scandals

I'd like to talk about two different Republican sex scandals that are currently affecting the Republican Party involving two of their Senators Larry Craig (R, Id)and David Vitter (R, La).

Both are involving sex, both are actually involving illegal sex.

David Vitter admitted having sex with a prostitute on the Washington D.C. madam and Larry Craig was arrested in a gay sex ring in Minnesota.

That's where the similarties end. For some reason Republicans are demanding Craig resign for his actions but not Vitter for basically doing the same thing.

Could it be the only difference is Craig had gay sex or was attempting to? I mean we know how Republicans feel about gay people which is disgusting as it is but could that's the only difference between the two scandals.

And the worse part is how they claim to be the party of values!

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Biggest Failure

It was two years ago where Bush's biggest failure happened. Hurricane Katrina. And I know Robert and Geoffrey Church are going to whine and complain about this post since that's what blind Bush supporters do but this is reality and if this was Clinton or Gore who failed New Orleans they would be saying the exact same thing. That is a promise cause that's how right-wingers work.

I have links elsewhere on this site in my archives but a few reasons why this is Bush's fault include:

Bush had funding removed to build up levees to go toward the other failure in Iraq.

Look what happened as a result.

Bush had someone with no disaster training in charge of FEMA (Mike Brown)

Look what happened as a result

New Orleans was declared a Federal Disaster Before Katrina hit. Meaning since Bush is in charge of the Federal Government he was in charge of things like evacuation.

Look what happened.

And like I said you can claim nothing is his fault but I'm sorry the mess that is still down there is on him.

Tuesday, August 28, 2007


I see where Bush is at it again with the following quote

“And Iran’s active pursuit of technology that could lead to nuclear weapons threatens to put a region already known for instability and violence under the shadow of a nuclear holocaust,” he told the American Legion veterans group.

“Iran’s actions threaten the security of nations everywhere, and the United States is rallying friends and allies to isolate Iran’s regime, to impose economic sanctions. We will confront this danger before it is too late,”

First of Bush wouldn't know anything about the holocaust in fact his grandfather helped Hitler rise to power,12271,1312540,00.html so if anything his family has that history.

Second he is using the exact words he used in the run-up to the Iraq occupation which we know he lied under oath about. So I wonder when the people are going to wise up about this lying ahole?

Monday, August 27, 2007

Love the quote

And it funny how when the right dragged Bill Clinton through a made up trial based on political purposes it's ok but here is the following quote from George Bush on someone who has broken the law for political gain and has been called on it:

Bush: After months of unfair treatment that has created a harmful distraction at the Justice Dept. It’s sad. (pause) That we live in a time when a talented and honorable person like Alberto Gonzales is impeding from doing important because his good name was dragged through the mud for political reasons.

If Gonzales has been as he said dragged through the mud then he really doesn't live in reality does he? Bush's own party was abaandoning Gonzales and it's sad where only he thinks what he did was ok.

More Trouble in the Bathroom

On the heals of Bob Allen's arrest in Florida for offering $20 bucks to a male undercover cop for sex and then claiming "This was a pretty stocky black guy, and there was nothing but other black guys around in the park," as his excuse we have another GOP who can't keep it together in the bathroom as Larry Craig was arrested on June 11th (why are we now being informed of this?) for lewd acts in the bathroom in Minnesota.

Craig did pay a $500 fine and a jail sentence was stayed .

Just a few votes from Craig just to show he's another Right-Wing hypocrite like all the others

Voted YES on constitutional ban of same-sex marriage. (Jun 2006)
* Voted NO on adding sexual orientation to definition of hate crimes. (Jun 2002)
* Voted NO on expanding hate crimes to include sexual orientation. (Jun 2000)
* Voted YES on prohibiting same-sex marriage. (Sep 1996)
* Voted NO on prohibiting job discrimination by sexual orientation. (Sep 1996) is a link to the Allen story is a link to the Craig story

These are the same people who cried impeachment on Bil Clinton's affair with Lewinsky

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

When is it ok?

Just wondering if it's ok to talk about this now. I will anyway. Something about the mine owner in Utah, Robert Murray, struck me as odd from the first time they showed his face on tv. He seemed really arrogant to me dispite the tragedy that was then unfolding in his mine in Utah. I thought I was being cynical and maybe he that was just a person being brought into a tragic situation and he didn't know how to respond. Then I found a few things and found I was right with my first impression. For instance:

This article showed that a mine Murray owns in Illinois had exactly 2787 violations since 2005. No that's not a typo. This is the most disturbing part of the story:

n the meeting with top MSHA officials, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader, Murray cited his friendship with Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., the husband of Labor Secretary Elaine Chao who oversees MSHA and demanded Thompson be removed. He was reassigned and later retired.

A: that should automatically prompt an investigation into McConnell because if that is true (mind you I am not saying it is) that makes McConell directly responsible for this tragedy in Utah(I say that because he should have been shut down immediately and it wasn't).

Also not really being discussed much in the media (I saw a blurb on CNN for a minute or so) that three of the people who are missing are illegal aliens. Not American citizens. Someone has some explaining to do.

Monday, August 20, 2007

Death Threats,1,914198.story?track=rss

You remember before the election I made posts about the IRS removing a church from tax exempt status because a guest pastor made anti-bush comments and the right gathered their wagons in outrage as they like to do. I wonder why no outrage at the following as a pastor in Buena Park used his church to endorsed a Republican candidate and ask his followers to pray for the death of the group called him on that.

I hope the group, the American's United for Separation of Church and State have this guy charged with making death threats and I hope they have extra protection cause we know about the religious right and some steps they are willing to do to support their cause.

Saturday, August 18, 2007

Caught in a lie

So I'd like to offer this John McCain quote from allegedly dwkliberal CNN yesterday:

"It's entertaining, in that I was the greatest critic of the initial four year, three and a half years. I came back from my first trip to Iraq and said, This is going to fail. We've got to change the strategy to the one we are using now. But life isn't fair."

Now thinkprogress has the folowing quotes from the war critic he claims to be:

“But I believe, Katie, that the Iraqi people will greet us as liberators.” [NBC, 3/20/03]

“It’s clear that the end is very much in sight.” [ABC, 4/9/03]

“There’s not a history of clashes that are violent between Sunnis and Shiahs. So I think they can probably get along.” [MSNBC, 4/23/03]

This is a mission accomplished. They know how much influence Saddam Hussein had on the Iraqi people, how much more difficult it made to get their cooperation.” [This Week, ABC, 12/14/03]

“I’m confident we’re on the right course.” [ABC News, 3/7/04]

“I think the initial phases of it were so spectacularly successful that it took us all by surprise.” [CBS, 10/31/04]

“I do think that progress is being made in a lot of Iraq. Overall, I think a year from now, we will have made a fair amount of progress if we stay the course. If I thought we weren’t making progress, I’d be despondent.” [The Hill, 12/8/05]

You all tell me does that sound like someone who is a critic of the war? Is it any wonder why his campaign is failing miserably. Shame to cause I used to have respect for the "man".