Sunday, May 6, 2007

SEDER on SUNDAYS

Not this one. Not the next. Debut on the 20th.

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mmrules said...

I be first :)

mmrules said...

Sammy check your email.Kinda weird stuff going on with your RSS feed.On yahoo.

mmrules said...

Fred Thompson Would Pardon His Former Client Scooter Libby

Link

John said...

I'll be there !!!!

mmrules said...

TAXES
Expiration of tax cuts sparks battle in Congress
By James Rosen
McClatchy Newspapers

Link

billy mumphrey said...

I'd Just Like To Say Hello To My Uncle!

bibimimi troll'p said...

SEDER ON SUNDAYS

EFFIN' A

finally!

we await your return, sahib!

War Dog said...

Another Happy Doggie Weekend..

We had a great bike ride yesterday..

Kansas is a great place to ride bikes..

Everything is so green...

Ya gotta just love spring...

I know I do..!!!!!

bibimimi troll'p said...

mmrules said...

Fred Thompson Would Pardon His Former Client Scooter Libby

Link

May 6, 2007 9:59 AM

yo, Fred,

maybe you could do O.J. a solid while yer at it, professional courtesy and what and so forth...

bibimimi troll'p said...

Everything is so green...


May 6, 2007 10:41 AM

not for long, dog. enjoy while u can.

(pop a Claritin and ride, cap'n, ride)

War Dog said...

Now we have Our War Dog Plan..

And Bin Ladin has his own War Plan..

He figures to come out of Iraq with his first Victory...

Then move on to his next Battle...

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Al-Qaeda's No. 2: Iraq Bill Shows U.S. Defeat

Ayman al-Zawahiri (right) with Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan in 2001

(epa)
May 6, 2007 -- In a video, Al-Qaeda second-in-command Ayman al-Zawahiri says a U.S. congressional bill calling for a troop withdrawal from Iraq is proof of Washington's defeat.


U.S. President George W. Bush has vetoed the bill, which would have required a troop pullout from Iraq to begin this year.

Osama bin Laden's top lieutenant in the terrorist network Al-Qaeda, al-Zawahiri said that he hoped U.S. forces would stay in Iraq long enough to be dealt a catastrophic blow.

Ayman al-Zawahiri made the comment in a video aired on May 5, four days after Bush vetoed the $124 billion congressional war-spending measure that would have required a troop pullout from Iraq to begin by October 1.

In the video, al-Zawahiri reacts to the legislation passed by the U.S. Congress in late April.

"This bill reflects American failure and frustration," he said. "However, this bill will deprive us of the opportunity to destroy the American forces which we have caught in a historic trap. We ask Allah that they only get out if it after losing 200,000 to 300,000 killed, in order that we give those who spill blood in Washington and Europe an unforgettable lesson which will motivate them to review their entire doctrinal and moral system which produced their historic criminal crusader-Zionist entity."
More than 3,000 U.S. service personnel have been killed in action in Iraq since the U.S.-led invasion in 2003.

War Dog said...

We are going to have to fight these Terrorists...

They don't have Surrender Monkeys with which to deal...

To we are going to have to defeat them in the field or the U.S...!!!!

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Two Al Qaeda Leaders Killed in Iraq

Coalition forces identified bodies of two al Qaeda leaders, killed three additional terrorists and nabbed 39 others during operations across Iraq recently, military officials said.

Coalition forces positively identified two more senior al Qaeda in Iraq leaders killed in the May 1 operation west of Taji that left Muharib Abdul Latif dead. One of the terrorists killed during the operation was positively identified as Sabah Hilal al-Shihawi, who reportedly was Latif's religious advisor.

Another terrorist killed during the raid was Abu Ammar al-Masri. Intelligence reports indicate that he was a foreign fighter facilitating insurgent activity and infrastructure support for al Qaeda in Iraq.

Both terrorists were positively identified by associates at the site. In addition, Shihawi's identity was positively verified in a photograph.

"We will not wait for these terrorists to strike; we will seek them out," said Army Lt. Col. Christopher Garver, a Multinational Force Iraq spokesman. "This is what al Qaeda in Iraq members can expect when they target the Iraqi people and security forces that protect them."

Al-Qaida for gangstas, on shelves now said...

Al-Zawahri encouraged minorities around the world to join the holy war, or jihad.

“Al-Qaida is not merely for the benefit of Muslims,” he said. “That’s why I want blacks in America, people of color, American Indians, Hispanics, and all the weak and oppressed in North and South America, in Africa and Asia, and all over the world.”

War Dog said...

We we are in May and Congress has spend month playing politics getting ready for 08...

Hahahahahahahaha..

Who would thunk it..!!!

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Democrats' Momentum Is Stalling
Amid Iraq Debate, Priorities On Domestic Agenda Languish

By Jonathan Weisman and Lyndsey Layton
Washington Post Staff Writers
Saturday, May 5, 2007; A01



In the heady opening weeks of the 110th Congress, the Democrats' domestic agenda appeared to be flying through the Capitol: Homeland security upgrades, a higher minimum wage and student loan interest rate cuts all passed with overwhelming bipartisan support.

But now that initial progress has foundered as Washington policymakers have been consumed with the debate over the Iraq war. Not a single priority on the Democrats' agenda has been enacted, and some in the party are growing nervous that the "do nothing" tag they slapped on Republicans last year could come back to haunt them.

"We cannot be a one-trick pony," said House Democratic Caucus Chairman Rahm Emanuel (Ill.), who helped engineer his party's takeover of Congress as head of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. "People voted for change, but Iraq, the economy and Washington, D.C., [corruption] all tied for first place. We need to do them all."

The "Six for '06" policy agenda on which Democrats campaigned last year was supposed to consist of low-hanging fruit, plucked and put in the basket to allow Congress to move on to tougher targets. House Democrats took just 10 days to pass a minimum-wage increase, a bill to implement most of the homeland security recommendations of the Sept. 11 commission, a measure allowing federal funding for stem cell research, another to cut student-loan rates, a bill allowing the federal government to negotiate drug prices under Medicare, and a rollback of tax breaks for oil and gas companies to finance alternative-energy research.

Sunshine Jim said...

morning gang!

ya BB, nice and green here too.

but huge amounts of shade in the hood are gone.

war dog said...

I don't know why you people say that I don't like the French.

I love French people!

Why else would I have named my daughter Vaseline?

That's a good French name.

Ya gotta love that!

I know I do!!

bibimimi troll'p said...

but huge amounts of shade in the hood are gone.

May 6, 2007 10:58 AM

last time i went home, R Wiley country, the area had endured such heinous ice storms that alot of the big, sheltering trees i remembered were GONE. it looked really naked and depressing.

War Dog said...

Hahahahahaha..

Folks are afraid Scooter is gonna get a pass...

Now that is funny..!!!

Such a tiny Fitzmas Fish....

I remember when Fitzmas was gonna bring Down the Bush White House..!!!

hahahahahahahaha...

Such Crazy Talk..

What was it that was going to happen...

Scooter was going to turn on Rove and Cheney...

And they would in-turn turn on Bush...

hahahahahahahahaha..

I just love The Crazy Talk...!!!!

voonge said...

it looked really naked and depressing.

May 6, 2007 11:11 AM

Problly similar to War Dog, blogging alone in his underwear.

war dog said...

I was way to busy riding the bike yeseterday to det my eye on any young guys as well as I would have liked to.

I mean, there they were, bobbing up and down right in front of me all day.

And that seat, pressing on my balls all day! I am so horny today!

Luckily, I did get a couple of guy's numbers yesterday.

Ya gotta love that!

I know I do!.

War Dog said...

Poor Sammy...

3 hours a WEEK...

Wow...

And on Sunday too..!!

Oh well, I tried to warn him...

It's tough to get folks to listen..

war dog said...

And I really mean that last part. It's tough to get folks to listen..

specially when you are into right wing crazy talk, like me.

People just don't seem to want to listen.

Rubus said...

Sam, I still say, "SCREW Air America!" I still hope Nova M calls you and snatches you up from those LOSERS at Air America. I'd LOVE to hear Sam and Mike together again on the same station! :-)

War Dog said...

But we can always go by Outcomes...

I told Sammy if kept up with The Crazy Talk he could not get money for his show..

And Bammmmmmmmmmmmm....

The money dries up..

And off he goes...

Any good Conservative could have told him that...

yo leftwing mama said...

War Dog!

You have a little piece of poop on your nose!

You've been sniffing our
asses again....

you naughty doggie you!

war dog said...

And good conservatives love to tell you things...
over and over and over again.

They love to tell you how you are loons and that you are unemployed and on welfare and that you like to smoke LSD and shoot acid and need haircuts and stuff.

Anonymous said...

Previously on the blog---

April 20, 2007
Catching up

Still not back in the swing of things. I'm on quasi- Hiatus. But wanted to update you all.

1. The new blog will roll out within three weeks, maybe earlier. It will allow for sub blogs or diaries.

2. Seder on Sundays will debut in about a month.
...

War Dog said...

I had a chance to read the Blog from last night...

Pretty Sad...

Not much left of the place..

Maybe if Sam can make the NEW BLOG work he can get some fresh blood in here...

Funny about that...

I never knew it took anyone Months to load a Software Package..

But I never knew a Radio Station that worked to Scare off their Advertisers either..

So there you go..!!!

war dog said...

Sorry about that piece of turd on my nose.

I got too closee to Sheryl Crow's ass, I'm afraid.

war dog said...

I know you have all been waiting breathlessly for my return from my one day hiatus. That's why I have good news for all seven of you.

I will be here all day telling you stuff about how loony you all are and how you should have listened to me.

I'm pretty sure none of you have anything to do on a nice Sunday...seeing that you're all unemployed and stay home all the time anyhow.

You'll have all day to read all to posts I'm going to put up over the next few hours.

Ya gotta love that!

I know I do!

War Dog said...

I wonder I if Bush is gonna get Impeached...???

Hahahahahahahahahaha..

Remember that one..???

"Now that we have Congress, First thing they will do is Impeach Bush"

Hahahahahahahahahahaha..

The Crazy Talk..!!!

Sunshine Jim said...

ya!

barren dirt

is a good place

to plant seed. i'm

taking every fruit seed

i save and sticking em in the

ground as i walk around with the dogs.

war dog said...

I'm gonna send posts at you at the rate of about one every three minutes.

Crazy Talk will be my main theme today, OK?

Ya gotta love that!

I know I do!

War Dog said...

The next big shock is when Ya'll finally figure out President Bush is not on the Ballot in 08...

hahahahahahahahahaha..

Damn! 3 years of Bush Sucks right downt he drain..

You might have to jump over to "Fred Sucks"...

I can't wait....

war dog said...

I really liked that one when I cleverly hinted that you are all so fucking stupid that you don't know Bush isn't running next year!

Making fun of people I don't like is my favorite thing to do.

I love coming in here and busting your chops all day and night.

It's the best thing to love.

I know I love it!

War Dog said...

Oh I remember some Crazy Talk..

Remember when George Bush was building camps so he could round up all the Liberals and put them in Concentration camps...

hahahahahahahahahaha..

What a hoot..!!!

war dog said...

And laughing! Let me tell you about laughing.

It's a lot more fun to laugh at you than some other people.

When I go to freeper sites and tell people they're stupid, it isn't as much fun because those people really are stupid.

When I come in here and tell people that are smarter than me that they are stupid...I love that.

It makes me feel high and powerful!

Ya gotta love that!

I know I do!

War Dog said...

Oh, here's one that is still around..

George Bush was behind the attack on the Twin Towers...

He flew the Jets into the towers by remote control....

hahahahahahahahaha...

Then shot a rocket into the Pentagon...

hahahahahahahahahaha...

I love it when they do The Crazy Talk...

War Dog said...

Oh, here's on for Cranky...

Remember when he said Bush and Cheney are done..!!!!

Why you ask....???

Because Dick Cheney's hunting accident....!!!!!

hahahahahahahahahaha..

NO conservative will find that kind of action acceptable..

It will Mark The End of this Administration...

hahahahahahahahahaha...

war dog said...

I can do this to you people all day!

What the fuck is it to me?

There's only a handful of you that are even lurking here and that will be even MORE fun.

I can get even more personal with my digs and punches whil I hammer you with my theme that you are Crazy Talk losers.

Ya gotta love that!

I know I do!

War Dog said...

Oh, and don't forget Hillary....

"Your not going to pick the OUR nominee for President"....

hahahahahahahaha...

Even Ol' Sam was against Hillary and the DLC.....

Hello Reality..!!!

war dog said...

You're worried about my sniffing your asses?

Shit losers, if I had MY way, I'd fuck every one of you long haired commies right UP your asses with a chain saw!

I hate fucking left wing scum and that's the truth!

Ya gotta love the truth!

I know I do!

War Dog said...

Oh, the protests...

We mustn't forget the Protests...

I just love the Protests...

Remember when ya ran to NYC to protest..???

I just love the costumes...

They are always so festive...

And the Washington DC...

Do you think you will be doin that again soon....??????

I would so love to see the costumes again...

war dog said...

I do go on about the costumes and how much I love them.

Have I told you how I love to go Key West for Fag Week?

That's when I get to wear MY costumes!

Ya got to love that!

I know I do!

War Dog said...

Then we had all the Supreme Court Nominees...!!!

Those were fun...

Oh, remember all the Crazy Talk about each one..

Oh, you were so sure they would never get the votes...

And one by one they were sworn in...

Maybe Hillary will name someone more to your liking...

I bet Fred Won't..!!!

War Dog said...

Remember Hackett in Ohio...

Ohio of all places...

Such a big fuss...

I wonder what he is doin know...???

What was that called..

Fightin Dems.....

hahahahahahahaha..

That should have been Joe Lieberman...

He fights to win.....

Anonymous said...

I hope the new blog has an automatic pooper scooper. Tired of hopping over the dog shit.

mmrules said...

SJ:is this just a Wart Dump spam??

War Dog said...

Lieberman should have his own post...


Ya'll spent a year doggin Ol' Joe..

hahahahahahahahahaha..

Man did he kick your butt....!!!

You are gonna see a bunch of new Conservative Dems...

It is gonna be the new wave...

ya gotta love that..

I know I do..!!!!!

War Dog said...

Well that is about 10% of my list...

I will go over the whole thing if you like..

We aren't even to the good stuff yet...

You know with 2 years left, I think ya'll can even double that list of Crazy Talkin Points...

hahahahahahahahahaha..

mmrules said...

Go spam your mother,ya Prick!!

Sunshine Jim said...

eya mmrules

well, wado's in the blue.

and someone else is impersonating him

in a satirical way and copying

my word sculpture style

as well. cool eh?

wado is a very

lonely man.

war dog said...

Now by THIS point, some of you may be thinking that I'm having a nervous breakdown.

Fact is...I'm COOL!

I really can go on like this ALL DAY!

Or...ALL NIGHT...if you want.

I am crazy, I hate left wing loons and I'm a War Dog!

Ya gotta love that!

I know I do!

Anonymous said...

hey sam, you suppose your next blog could use cookie preferences so that we could filter certain bloggers....

as seen on tv said...

Hee Hee! Whatthefuck's going on in here today?

I loved the bit about the shit on the nose!

Sunshine Jim said...

tell ya bud,

usually the only time

i give wado some attention is

when he slides into picking on innocents.

wado and me come from the same pit of darkness.

Anonymous said...

Same lame old men.

Sam should rename his blog

blog of the Crusty clowns.

as seen on tv said...

Today is the first funny stuff I've seen here in weeks.

Kent State was awesome. I had fun there too.

They really like good rock and roll over there.

Anonymous said...

wado and me come from the same pit of darkness.

May 6, 2007 12:12 PM

And God willing, you'll soon return to it.

yet you are still here. pathetic said...

Same lame old men.

Sam should rename his blog

blog of the Crusty clowns.

May 6, 2007 12:13 PM

war krusty said...

I'm not sure you wouldn't get sued for the Crusty Clown bit by Krusty!


YEH HEH HEH HEH HEH HEH HEH

Sunshine Jim said...

return?

silly girl.

why do you hate

when you can love instead?

mmrules said...

Too much hate around here!
BBL.......

Sunshine Jim said...

i'm here

to learn and teach.

i'm as flawed as anyone else.

so who better to understand

and reach out a hand?

as seen on tv said...

mmrules said...
Too much hate around here!
BBL.......

May 6, 2007 12:19 PM

Wow! That was strange. I wasn't picking up on any hate in here. Did I miss something?

Crank Bait said...

War Dog said...
Oh, here's on for Cranky...
Remember when he said Bush and Cheney are done..!!!!
Why you ask....???
Because Dick Cheney's hunting accident....!!!!!
May 6, 2007 11:49 AM
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WAR DOG IS A LYING SACK OF SHIT!

But then, everyone knows that already.

After Cheney blasted the face of his attorney friend, I stated that it is AN UNFORGETTABLE EVENT and that it WILL NEVER GO AWAY NOR BE FORGOTTEN. I stated that it is joke cast in stone, permanently hanging from Cheney's neck. I stated that it is an important contribution to the growing public perception that he is the madman behind the policy decisions.

I stated that it would be among the statements in even the shortest versions of Cheney's obituary.

War Dog stated that it was a meaningless event and would be forgotten in two weeks.

Every collection of pundit comments listing the reasons for Cheney's unfavorable ratings includes the attorney-blasting event because it speaks to incompetence and irresponsibility.

War Dog is a liar. If he wants to jack himself off all day, every day, on this blog without my interference, he will do it without misrepresenting me and my statements.

Anonymous said...

silly girl.

why do you hate

when you can love instead?

May 6, 2007 12:17 PM

girl? you're guessing, and guessing wrong.

You're here because you got nowhere else to go.

mmrules said...

as seen on tv said...
mmrules said...
Too much hate around here!
BBL.......

May 6, 2007 12:19 PM

Wow! That was strange. I wasn't picking up on any hate in here. Did I miss something?

Blow me!!

Anonymous said...

Wow! That was strange. I wasn't picking up on any hate in here. Did I miss something?

May 6, 2007 12:22 PM

You miss it whenever he posts.

as seen on tv said...

Blow me!!

May 6, 2007 12:25 PM

Wow! What's up with that guy? I didn't say anything to him.

Guess I missed the point he's pissed about. As I was saying. I went to Kent State on Friday and saw Cindy Sheehan and Tom Heydon speak. I went to the spots where the students were killed. It was a really nice day and people were very sad about all war. Good speakers.

Cat Chew said...

war and peace...

(I hope you weren't expecting Tolstoy)

as seen on tv said...

People tell you to blow them, etc. all the time these days. Even if you haven't spoken to them or anything. The best ones are the guys that cut you off on the road and then give you the finger. That's anarchy at it's weirdest.

as seen on tv said...

Well, looks like the only person who'll talk to me in here today is the guy that told me to blow him.

Too weird for me.

Sunshine Jim said...

eya catchoo!

care for a peppermeint herring guts barfuccino?

http://www.uclick.com/client/wpc/wpopu/

Sunshine Jim said...

as seen on tv said...

nah, unless you direct a comment it goes into the stream.

no response does'nt indicate unworthiness.

Sunshine Jim said...

what does happen

i've observed is that underneath

the surface are currents, and depending on which

current is prevalent, they determine the interest, or the "fun factor"

wado has a "job" to do and killjoys when he's allowed to run amok for instance.

opposition to that is what i encourage because therein lies 'freedom' or at least the beginnings of it.

Cat Chew said...

care for a peppermeint herring guts barfuccino?
:) but I think I'll stick with my usual. G'morning, Jim.
----------------------------------
I asked a nun this once. I was 8. It ended badly. I don't want to talk about it...

Sunshine Jim said...

so "as seen on tv"

are you subtle?

Sunshine Jim said...

one of the things i like about you,

catchoo,

is you ask real good questions.

(and that ended goodly!)

Sunshine Jim said...

ya,

holding firm on soulful boundaries can make a guy parched...

a sychronicity frappoccino please

for me.

Anonymous said...

Sam, CAN'T WAIT until the 20th!!!!! The hell with yankee baseball, or sunny days by the pool or bar-b-q's - its SEDER ON SUNDAY - Yippee!!!!!

Anonymous said...

We learned some things during the Republican Presidential debate, mostly that Republicans haven't changed in 30 years.

First, we learned they still deify one of the worst presidents in American history, Ronald Reagan, the man who empowered the Republican looting of America. And their economic vision is to create a two-class society - the ultra rich and those that serve them.

Second, we learned Republicans still refuse to accept responsibility of their actions. They still blame Bill Clinton for every illegal or un-American act they have committed since Bush 41 took office.

Third, we learned these Republicans still believe that might makes right and violence, or the threat there of, is the only basis for American foreign policy.

Fourth, we learned the Republican candidates for the most are rude, vile, arrogant clowns. These people attack and revile before they can every think of engaging their brain.

Like I said, we learned that Republican presidential candidates haven't changed in over a generation. The American people still can't trust them. We learned the Republican Party is still the greatest threat to the United States of America has ever faced.

Cat Chew said...

Back to yard work... or something like it.
Maybe I'll just stare at the weeds instead of pulling them
Gorgeous day here. Perfect farting around weather.
Later.

Sunshine Jim said...

Cya catchoo!

same here in a bit.

Sunshine Jim said...

well anon 1:03 pm, a good rant!

i hope you won't to tar me with

the same brush as those assholes just because i'm a repub.

i been trying to set an example for reform in the party (such as it is) here since i showed up.

the fact that it's only appreciated by a few peeps that look past the labels only reinforces my need to be more effective.

IMO those people are wayyyyy more corporate greedhead assholes than "republicans". i think getting someone like you down on mostly "issue clueless" repubs is why they use the label.

look at what people do and ignore the labels is my advice if you really want to make a difference and get some insight into what's happening under all the "label" BS.

mmrules said...

by Tom Harper @ 8:08 am
Which one of these “leaders” actually thinks he can handle a leadership position? Now is the time for these candidates to tell voters what they believe in, where they stand, what they’ll do. Instead we get a ballet troupe dancing delicately in unison, frantically trying not to step on any land mines (i.e. stray from their script or possibly offend somebody). Pathetic.

Ready, all together now: “The war in Iraq has been terribly mismanaged, but U.S. troops should not be withdrawn.” “Whew! Did we get it right?” They memorized their lines competently. Maybe they’re qualified to be extras in a movie, but President of the United States??

There was a scene from Monty Python’s “Life of Brian” where Brian/Jesus was talking to a crowd of his devotees. He called out to them “you are all individuals.” And they responded in unison: “Yes, we are all individuals.”

These candidates are in a tough position. If they stay loyal to President Failure, they’ll alienate 70 plus percent of the voters. If they try to distance themselves from the sinking ship, they’ll piss off that coalition of robber barons and Salem Witch-hunters who control the Republican Party.

What to do? Damned if they do and damned if they don’t. But they can’t keep up this synchronized swimming charade forever.

Crank Bait said...

Search for survivors under way in leveled town

cnn.com

"...Greensburg survivors, meanwhile, were finding out Sunday that there are few places to go in this town of 1,500.

"Every church was destroyed, the hospital roof collapsed and every business on the town's main thoroughfare was demolished, according to The Associated Press. Fire engines were crushed, and cars and trucks were tossed about, AP reported.

"Among the surviving structures are a battered courthouse, huge concrete silos and a tavern, which was briefly converted into a morgue, AP reported..."
---------------------------------
--Bait News Joke Service--

Otis was nearly buried alive after a mixup at the tavern.

War Dog said...

wado is a very

lonely man.

May 6, 2007 12:08 PM

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hahahahahahahha...

What a joke that is..

I go out for a little breakfast and this place goes nuts...

Just think how boring it would be here with out me..!!!

hahahahahahahahahahahaha...

War Dog said...

War Dog is a liar. If he wants to jack himself off all day, every day, on this blog without my interference, he will do it without misrepresenting me and my statements.

May 6, 2007 12:24 PM


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I can't say I blame Crank for running away from that one...

But it is the perfect example of Crazy Talk...

That whole shotgun thing threw him off from the start...

Perhaps I can find it in the archives..!!!!!!

mmrules said...

as seen on tv said...
Blow me!!

May 6, 2007 12:25 PM

Wow! What's up with that guy? I didn't say anything to him.

Guess I missed the point he's pissed about. As I was saying. I went to Kent State on Friday and saw Cindy Sheehan and Tom Heydon speak. I went to the spots where the students were killed. It was a really nice day and people were very sad about all war. Good speakers.
Sorry,We had a War dog,and someone else just spam the crap out of the site.I thought you was one of them. :)

Anonymous said...

Hey Sam!

Does Wardog follow you to the grocery store as well?

Does he wait in your driveway for you to return home?

"No crazy talk Seder. You can't win on Crazy Talk. I think Janeane proved that."

hahahahaha!

-conbo

mmrules said...

It's back!It lives..

mmrules said...

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Link

War Dog said...

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh..

The first of the Great Cheney Downfall debate...

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More than a few people, notably Wil, are not happy with the distraction that is the Cheney/shotgunning story.

It is true that, in the grand scheme of issues, it is frivolous. It is exactly as frivolous as a blow job and the subsequent lie under oath.

However, the blow job story certainly crippled the presidency and may have had far-reaching effects, possibly including reducing the number of votes for Al Gore...something that could hardly be called minor.

There are other similarities between the events. The act itself loses importance in the wake of subsequent actions.

Among many curious actions subsequent to the shooting, the usual protocol for law enforcement was altered in deference to Cheney.

As Leno pointed out by asking his band leader, a black man named Kevin, "Hey Kev, when someone in your building in the 'hood shoots somebody and the cops show up, do you tell them to come back in the morning?"

I am sorry that our popular opinion can turn on something as stupid and inconsequential as a blow job or a hunting accident, but it can and sometimes does.

If nothing else, it won't move fence-sitters over to the Republican fan club. It is possible that greater ramifications are waiting around the corner.

So to those who find it idiocy, it is. If it helps to cause some voters to take a second look at the secrecy and royalty-like attitude of the current administration and its party, I won't be looking a gift horse in the mouth.

The propagandists who poo-poo the incident as a blip on the screen are either naive as to how quickly these stories can turn ugly or are merely spreading propaganda while they nervously wipe the flop-sweat from their brows.

Posted by: Crank "You SHOT me!" Bait at February 15, 2006 11:52 AM

bibimimi troll'p said...

is spamdog gone?

he makes me wanna hurl.

if this place is on it's last leg, supposedly, why does he bother coming here?

bibimimi troll'p said...

spoke too effing soon, obviously.

I think I'll go spend time with my family...

mmrules said...

President Bush: Commander Guy Or Skipper Dude? .Assimilated Press.

Link

Sunshine Jim said...

mmrules said...

as seen on tv said...
Blow me!!

May 6, 2007 12:25 PM

Wow! What's up with that guy? I didn't say anything to him.""

beats me...

i could'nt see what the connect was either...

eya BB and #!

when it gets slow here i cruise around and visit a few other sites and yak. we go out of focus here more often lately. no biggie. it's cyclical in nature.

mmrules said...

NYT: Is Condi Hiding the Smoking Gun? .Frank Rich-Pod cast mp3.

Audio Link

mmrules said...

JS.mmrules said...
as seen on tv said...
Blow me!!

May 6, 2007 12:25 PM

Wow! What's up with that guy? I didn't say anything to him.

Guess I missed the point he's pissed about. As I was saying. I went to Kent State on Friday and saw Cindy Sheehan and Tom Heydon speak. I went to the spots where the students were killed. It was a really nice day and people were very sad about all war. Good speakers.

Sorry,We had a War dog,and someone else just spam the crap out of the site.I thought you was one of them. :)

May 6, 2007 2:08 PM

Anonymous said...

i think i have food poisoining or something today

I feel like there are little tiny monsters in my stomach clawing their way out.

-conbo

its not right

Sunshine Jim said...

condi...

what an utter capitulation to the "dark side".

no difficulty understanding how she got there or why for me, just a sadness for what she became.

Sunshine Jim said...

eya #

"I feel like there are little tiny monsters in my stomach clawing their way out"

same thing for me last week too!

we've been taken over by aliens!

(i thought it might be a fairly severe reaction to all the pollen flying around that is'nt being gathered up by the bees, but i think your explanation is more dramatic and better)

Sunshine Jim said...

eya #

lower front right side by any chance?

cramping too?

Sunshine Jim said...

had to try and repost that last post 4 times!!!

got this instead! first time ever saw this here!!!

"We're sorry...

... but your query looks similar to automated requests from a computer virus or spyware application. To protect our users, we can't process your request right now.

We'll restore your access as quickly as possible, so try again soon. In the meantime, if you suspect that your computer or network has been infected, you might want to run a virus checker or spyware remover to make sure that your systems are free of viruses and other spurious software.

We apologize for the inconvenience, and hope we'll see you again on Google."

WTF?

AL1ENS!!!!!!!

(Same thing when i tried to post this the first few times)

Sunshine Jim said...

had to copy the thread link

http://samsedershow.blogspot.com/2007/05/seder-on-sundays.html

and put it in the address bar to get back here.

Anonymous said...

yeah three hours a week really sucks, but we've gotta be slightly positive, at least until the show's had it's debut. Anyway, anyone know if the podcast is going to be available from the start?
tiff

Sunshine Jim said...

"President Bush: Commander Guy Or Skipper Dude? .Assimilated Press."

ha! that's a dandy little satire eh?

Bob26003 said...

Dammit, I saw an animal in my basement. It might have been a rat.

Anybody know how to get rid of it?

Anonymous said...

don't know about rats but glue traps work well for mice. now if it was a skunk, you would need to smear bannanas on a plank and run the plank from the ground out to a window and away from your place. peanut butter works too.

Crank Bait said...

Bob26003 said...
Dammit, I saw an animal in my basement. It might have been a rat.
Anybody know how to get rid of it?
May 6, 2007 4:38 PM
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Go to Yahoo, print out directions to the Project for a New American Century headquarters, and leave it in your basement where the rat can find it.

War Dog said...

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The French Reject the Crazy Talk of the Left Wing Socialist..

Ya gotta love that..!!!!!
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Sarkozy elected French president
Sun May 6, 2007 2:15 PM ET



By Crispian Balmer

PARIS (Reuters) - Conservative Nicolas Sarkozy won France's presidential election on Sunday, beating his Socialist rival Segolene Royal by a comfortable margin and extending the right's 12-year grip on power.

Within minutes of polls closing, Royal conceded defeat in a speech to party faithful in the heart of Paris.

"I hope that the next president of the republic fulfils his role in the service of all French people," she said.

Forecasts by four pollsters showed Sarkozy, 52, a hard-line former interior minister, won around 53 percent of the vote in the second-round ballot and will succeed fellow conservative Jacques Chirac, who was president for 12 years.

Turnout was predicted at about 85 percent.

Sarkozy's face flashed up on television screens after polling stations closed at 8 p.m. (1800 GMT), signaling his victory and setting off jubilant scenes among supporters gathered in central Paris.

Across the city at Socialist headquarters there was gloom and sorrow after the party crashed to its third consecutive presidential election defeat. It now faces the prospect of tough internal reform to make itself more appealing to voters.

Although opinion polls regularly suggested voters preferred Royal, who was seeking to become France's first woman head of state, they saw the uncompromising Sarkozy as a more competent leader with a more convincing economic program.

Sarkozy, the son of a Hungarian immigrant, presented himself as the "candidate of work", promising to loosen the 35-hour work week by offering tax breaks on overtime and to trim fat from the public service, cut taxes and wage war on unemployment.

He is expected to take office on May 16 or 17, and will be the first French president to be born after World War Two.

He will then name a new government and immediately launch into campaigning for June's parliamentary election, where he will seek a clear majority to implement his reform plans.

The president is elected for five years, is commander-in-chief of the armed forces, nominates the prime minister, has the right to dissolve the National Assembly and is responsible for foreign and defense policies.

Bob26003 said...

It came in through the open window. I hope it leaves. I hope it doesnt spawn in my basement. :/

Bob26003 said...

And at the same time Wado, Central America is falling like dominos. :D

air-ono said...

whoa, dude

Anonymous said...
don't know about rats but glue traps work well for mice. now if it was a skunk, you would need to smear bannanas on a plank and run the plank from the ground out to a window and away from your place. peanut butter works too.

May 6, 2007 4:44 PM

tmi, dude

this ain't the ask uncle bert blog

anyway, i got this shaved beaver problem

(i can't get any)

War Dog said...

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Just ask someone who knows Socialism...!!

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Conservative Sarkozy to be France's next president


Sun May 6, 2007 4:23 PM EDT




By Crispian Balmer
PARIS (Reuters) - Conservative Nicolas Sarkozy triumphed in France's presidential election on Sunday, sweeping aside his Socialist rival Segolene Royal on the back of a huge turnout that gave him a strong mandate for reform.

Tens of thousands of supporters flooded into central Paris to celebrate the victory which extended the right's 12-year grip on power in France, but also marked the start of a new era Sarkopzy replaces 74-year-old President Jacques Chirac.

Addressing cheering party faithful, a calm, restrained Sarkozy pledged to represent the entire nation and heal the divisions of a particularly bitter election campaign.

"To all those French who did not vote for me, I want to say that beyond political battles, beyond differences of opinion, for me there is only one France," he said.

With more than three quarters of ballots counted, Sarkozy had won 53.4 percent of the vote against 46.6 percent for Royal. Turnout was some 85 percent -- the highest since 1981.

Sarkozy, the son of a Hungarian immigrant, presented himself as the "candidate of work," promising to loosen the 35-hour work week by offering tax breaks on overtime and to trim fat from the public service, cut taxes and wage war on unemployment.

War Dog said...

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Just when you are about go give up on the French, they see the Light..!!
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European Union leaders congratulated Sarkozy, who promised to put France back into the driving seat of Europe after the country voted down the EU constitution in a 2005 referendum, as well as saying France would be a friend of the United States.

"... Tonight France is back in Europe," he said.

Bob26003 said...

Howdy AO, How be the blokes over the rainbow?

air-ono said...

hold on to your stomachs
war-dog's on heat

hmmm... mebbe it's too old to be war-dog
mebbe it's bob

in which case... "mmmmm, bobby"

air-ono said...

don't engage me in conversation blog
(you may get hurt)

: )

just remember said...

hunters, don't shoot beavers...

toniD said...

Rush taking heat for racist song. “Weeks after radio personality Rush Limbaugh began airing a parody song entitled ‘Barack the Magic Negro,’ the piece about African-American Sen. Barack Obama’s popularity with many white voters is drawing fire from critics who say it is racist. … For his part, Obama has been the subject of explicit, angry comments not only in emails and letters but in web postings. Samples of those writings were reviewed by members of Congress earlier this week when they recommended that Obama get a U.S. Secret Service detail.”

Video at link

air-ono said...

//hunters, don't shoot beavers//

that's 100% correct...
beavers shoot hunters

so i take nature walks in a tank

toniD said...

Gingrich To Conservatives: Don’t Talk About Iraq, Katrina, Walter Reed, Attorneys, Or Bush »
This morning on CBS’s Face the Nation, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich advised fellow conservatives not to talk about President Bush’s record. “President Bush is not the future. He’s not a solution. He doesn’t solve Social Security. He doesn’t solve Medicare. He doesn’t solve the economy. He doesn’t solve the environment. He doesn’t solve education. He’s a current fact,” Gingrich said.

It’s also a “current fact” that the conservative agenda has failed to “solve” these important issues over the past six years.

Gingrich went on to say that conservatives “have to say, this is not what we want to debate. It’s not in Baghdad, it’s not in Katrina, it’s not at Walter Reed, it’s not with the U.S. attorneys, but I have a better plan for a better solution that fits your values.” When Host Bob Schieffer suggested that Gingrich seemed to advocating steering clear of President Bush, Gingrich responded, “Well, I think that’s clear.”

Watch it:

LINK

Hello said...

???????????????????&&&&&&&&&

Who is in love?

air-ono said...

last time i was in the woods, i was mugged & raped by 2 beavers

and if i wasn't sleepy i could probably drum up some crappy dialogue to recreate the crime that befell me

but i'm too sleepy

air-ono said...

//Gingrich To Conservatives: Don’t Talk About Iraq, Katrina, Walter Reed, Attorneys, Or Bush//

LMAO!!

ssssh... it never happened

toniD said...

Replacement U.S. Attorney chased ‘voter fraud.’ The Boston Globe’s recent Pulitzer Prize-winner Charles Savage writes up an important new front in the U.S. Attorney scandal:

Todd Graves brought just four misdemeanor voter fraud indictments during his five years as the US attorney for western Missouri — even though some of his fellow Republicans in the closely divided state wanted stricter oversight of Democratic efforts to sign up new voters.

Then, in March 2006, Graves was replaced by a new US attorney — one who had no prosecutorial experience and bypassed Senate confirmation. Bradley Schlozman moved aggressively where Graves had not, announcing felony indictments of four workers for a liberal activist group on voter registration fraud charges less than a week before the 2006 election.

Republicans, who had been pushing for restrictive new voting laws, applauded. But critics said Schlozman violated a department policy to wait until after an election to bring voter fraud indictments if the case could affect the outcome, either by becoming a campaign issue or by scaring legitimate voters into staying home.

Muckraker has more coverage of Schlozman

LINK

air-ono said...

[a muddy waters song for connie]

I don't want you to cook my bread
I don't want you to make my bed
I don't want to because I'm sad and blue
I just want to make...
Love to you

: )

toniD said...

If this is true, the level of incompetence in all parts of this government is astounding!!!

Doolittle: FBI took my wife’s iPod. Rep. John Doolittle (R-CA) today accused the FBI of conducting an improper search on his house and leaking information about it to coincide with the scandal surrounding Attorney General Alberto Gonzales:

“I now believe that the search of our home was in large measure an attempt to strong arm my wife in order to get me to admit to a crime — a crime that I did not commit,” Doolittle wrote. …

Doolittle complained that during the search Julie, who was home alone, “was sequestered in the kitchen and not allowed to move without an escort. She was not even allowed to use the bathroom in our own home without an FBI agent escorting her there.”

He claimed that agents seized personal items such as his wife’s Ipod — but left behind an accordion file with information about work Julie Doolittle had done for Abramoff.

LINK

bridge said...

"
Go to Yahoo, print out directions to the Project for a New American Century headquarters, and leave it in your basement where the rat can find it.

--
Good one ... altho give me a Rat anytime :)

Leave the poor rat alone, Bob.
It was a rat who helped save Wilbur by finding the good words, don't you know?

You have open windows in your basement? I would be more terrified of scary humans climbing in my house. Btw. Rats can crawl thru the tiniest of holes cause they have a v. flexible body. Please check your walls for tiny holes and Close your window, Bob!

I rejected glue traps, poison traps etc. they cause a most horrible death. There are more humane ways to go about this anyway ... google and you shall see.

Go Rats! :)

air-ono said...

//Gingrich To Conservatives: Don’t Talk About Iraq, Katrina, Walter Reed, Attorneys, Or Bush//

LMAO!

the last one is a tickler

"bush... huh!? never heard of him"

yes, we know he was never "actually" elected, so he can't be held responsible

air-ono said...

bridge told me
not in so many words, but i can read

a democrat said...

It's interesting how Wado comes here to laugh at the Democrats and Praise Bush and Co. for their incompetency, which over 70% of Americans now loath.

And he calls himself a Democrat to boot..!!

Ya gotta love that...!!!

air-ono said...

//Rats can crawl thru the tiniest of holes cause they have a v. flexible body//

this is true

a rat was climbing up a pipe & i gave it a gentle whack with a squash racket & it dropped down dead

prior to this i thought they were a hardy varmit

air-ono said...

muddy waters

coffee...

and back to bed, before the rats return

War Dog said...

a democrat said...
It's interesting how Wado comes here to laugh at the Democrats and Praise Bush and Co. for their incompetency, which over 70% of Americans now loath.

And he calls himself a Democrat to boot..!!

Ya gotta love that...!!!

May 6, 2007 5:27 PM


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I don't come here to laugh at Democrats..

I come to laugh at the Wild-Eyed Loony-Left...

The Democrats don't want any part of The Crazy Talk...

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I remember when The Blog went on and on about Bush declaring Martial Law...

Cancelling the 08 elections...

And just staying in office...

For Good..!!!!

hahahahahahahahahahahaha...

See now that is what I mean..!!!

bridge said...

SAM

on Sunday in two weeks. YAY!
Hope its not too early.

----
"We're sorry...

Sunny Jim,
I got the same message, too. Never seen that one before.

How are the dogs?
Are you following the pet food recall news? What a disaster that is :(

air-ono said...

[a muddy waters song for bobby]

The Gypsy woman told bob's momma, before He was born
You got a boy-child comin', gonna be a son-of-a-gun
Gonna make these pretty women, jump and shout

: )

Bob26003 said...

It was a rabbit. A cute little hopper. A Baby.

We set some carrots and lettuce outside the door!

bridge said...

LOL :-)

one of my fav young actresses

and pink is my color, too

air-ono said...

[a muddy waters song for crank-"pine-top"-bait]

All you pretty little chicks with your pretty little hair
I know you feels like I ain't nowhere
But stop what your doin' baby come overhere
I'll prove to you baby, that I ain't no square

: )

bridge said...

It was a rabbit. A cute little hopper. A Baby.

--
Well done, bob.

Baby rabbits ... just like baby cats ... absolutely the cutest.

air-ono said...

//bridge said...
LOL :-)//

well you deserve your own muddy waters song

Bob26003 said...

"""""""""""""Are you following the pet food recall news? What a disaster that is :("""""""""""""""

Thats what happens when you have a Repub majority for what 12 years?

They thought the purpose of the FDA was to make sure everyone was lining their pockets with minimal interference.

Bob26003 said...

I am not eating chicken anymore, I guess some of the poison feed made its way into chicken feed :/

Salmon for me from now on ;)

air-ono said...

[muddy waters song for bridge]

She look at a deaf and dumb boy, said now I can speak

She call me a dumbbell, she tells me I'm nothing but a square
She moves me man, honey and I don't see how its done

*

the bloggers so special here, they remind me of the wild cool folk that muddy sing about

(oh, yeah)

Bob26003 said...

I bet the rabbit was hungry. It was in my basement all night. I thought I heard something last night but I chalked it up to the wind. Glad I got to him in time. :)

a democrat said...

"hahahahahahahahahahahaha...

See now that is what I mean..!!!"

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Why don't you laugh at the Crazy Talk coming from Bush and Cheney, like "saving the life of Terry Schiavo", or "There is no doubt about WMD's in Iraq"?
The crazy talk of the Republicans has cost them huge defeats, and according to our polls, if the Presidential election were held today, the Dems will beat any Republican candidate by a 3 to 1 margin!
You also play Hillary as if she was one of the neocons in Bush's War Plans.
You don't seem to have an understanding of what's coming with the investigations into the Bush and Cheney regime. You love to twist things to suit your point of view of the world.

Hillary will give Limbaugh and Hannity shit fits if she gets elected president. You'll then hear a lot of Crazy Talk coming from them, if you want to listen.

Star Vox said...

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air-ono said...
don't engage me in conversation blog
(you may get hurt)
: )
May 6, 2007 5:11 PM

_______________________

Ace, I don't think so!

By the way, how often do you check your e-mail?

air-ono said...

//how often do you check your e-mail?//

er, um,...
soon
: )

a democrat said...

GOP Concerns About Bush's War Policy

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By LIBBY QUAID Associated Press Writer

May 06,2007 | WASHINGTON -- The House Republican leader said Sunday that GOP support could waver if President Bush's Iraq war policy does not succeed by the fall. A top Democrat said it would be "ridiculous" to stop insisting on linking new war money and a troop withdrawal.

House Minority Leader John Boehner, R-Ohio, said Bush's troop increase deserves a shot.

"We don't even have all of the 30,000 additional troops in Iraq yet, so we're supporting the president. We want this plan to have a chance of succeeding," he said.

"Over the course of the next three to four months, we'll have some idea how well the plan's working. Early signs are indicating there is clearly some success on a number of fronts," he said.

But, he added, "By the time we get to September or October, members are going to want to know how well this is working, and if it isn't, what's Plan B?"

Thus far, Republicans have stood behind the president's increasingly unpopular war policies, including the troop increase and an open-ended war commitment.

Yet Boehner's comments were an acknowledgment of the concern expressed by some lawmakers in private that their support could further damage the party, which lost control of Congress in the November elections.

The new Democratic leadership is pushing to begin pulling troops out of Iraq. Connecticut Sen. Chris Dodd, a Democratic presidential candidate, said congressional Republicans increasingly seem uneasy about Bush's policies.

"So we may disagree politically here, but remember where the American public is on this issue: They want a change. They think we're getting less secure, far more vulnerable today, than ever before, and they want a change in this policy," he said.

Last week, Bush vetoed a $124 billion bill to provided money for Iraq and Afghanistan operations in part because it required troops to begin returning home by Oct. 1, saying the fixed date is unworkable.

Top White House aides are negotiating with Democratic leaders on a new war spending bill.

"It would be ridiculous to think that we're going to just drop this fight," said Democratic Rep. Charles Rangel of New York, chairman of the tax-writing House Ways and Means Committee. "This is not our fight. This is the American people's fight. They asked us to send a message to the president."

"We've got to shake that White House until the people of the United States are heard," Rangel said. "Sure, we've got to have some restrictions on the money."

Another Democratic presidential candidate, former Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina, argued against negotiating and said lawmakers should keep sending Bush the same Iraq spending bill.

"I think that America has asked the Democratic leadership in the Congress to stand firm, and that's exactly what I'm saying they should do," he said.

Edwards started airing a television commercial last week urging Congress to stand up to Bush and keep sending back the vetoed bill, which sparked a quarrel with Dodd.

"With all due respect, we could have used John's vote here in the Senate on these issues here," Dodd said.

Dodd and Boehner appeared on "Fox News Sunday," while Edwards was on "This Week" on ABC. Rangel spoke on "Face the Nation" on CBS.

War Dog said...

But my all time favorite has to be Fitzmas...

It went on sooooo long...

And there was sooooo much Crazy Talk....

And it came to nothing..!!!!!!

hahahahahahahahahahahahaha..

Just like I said it would...

There was even a website to follow the Trial....

hahahahahahahahaha..

I tried to tell em she was a desk jockey....

But no.....

This was Treason!!!!

All must be Prosecuted....

hahahahahahahahahahaha...

The best of all time..!!!!

air-ono said...

tarm ta bar sume mo kofi in a jar
(brb)

and if ah have any energy left over, ah'll check the email

the "intimidating email".

emails intimidate me

they torment me

terrify me...

hmmm
: )

Bob26003 said...

I dont know why you are so happy Wado.

You got your ass handed to you in the election.

And the Iraq adventure is almost over. The Dems are not going to cave.

War Dog said...

You don't seem to have an understanding of what's coming with the investigations into the Bush and Cheney regime.

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Now that's the kind of Crazy Talk I like....!!!!

They better get to moving...

Time is running out...

Ya'll have wasted 6 years talkin about gettin Bush...

By next January, it will be all about the NEXT election...

Hell you might still be workin on Gonzo...!!!!

What month is this...????

Bob26003 said...

Even Clinton is now on board with this De authorization Bill!

War Dog said...

You got your ass handed to you in the election.

And the Iraq adventure is almost over. The Dems are not going to cave.

May 6, 2007 5:58 PM


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Iraq is over...

Iran is next up on the Schedule..

Who's regime are we gonna overthrow in Iraq...????

Did you listen to both Debates..

Did you hear what they said about Iran..???

air-ono said...

nah, i'll just have a white russian instead
(a "night" cap before bed)

toniD said...

Rahm responds to new GOP timetable for Iraq victory
by John Aravosis (DC) · 5/06/2007 05:46:00 PM ET

As you'll recall, we wrote earlier about how the Republican leader of the US House has now established a timetable for victory in Iraq. He said this morning on FOX News that Bush has until the fall to show progress, and if he hasn't then Republicans will start to walk. That's a timetable. Cong. Rahm Emanuel (D-IL) responds:
Emanuel Statement in Response to New Boehner Timetable for Iraq

This morning in an appearance on Fox News Sunday, Congressman John Boehner announced his plan for a new timetable for Iraq, saying that support for the war from Congressional Republicans will waver if President Bush's escalation policy has not succeeded by the fall.

Statement of House Democratic Caucus Chair Rahm Emanuel in response to Congressman John Boehner's newly announced timetable on Iraq and President Bush's escalation of troops into Iraq:

"It's clear Congressman Boehner's new timetable for Iraq has less to do with the troops coming home, and has everything to do with his fear that House Republicans will be sent home."

LINK

teresa said...

http://www.alternet.org/waroniraq/41083/

a democrat said...

"Ya'll have wasted 6 years talkin about gettin Bush...

By next January, it will be all about the NEXT election...

Hell you might still be workin on Gonzo...!!!!

What month is this...????"

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You just proved to me that you aren't a Democrat. We were elected to investigate the corruption and end the Iraq debacle, according to our voters. You mock us, instead.

You are the transparent "Crazy Talker" on this blog, Mr.Conservative, "the laughing fool."

You need to pay closer attention to events, rather than making things up as you go along.

Subpoenas are coming next, and we expect the Bush Administration to have the Supreme Court protect them. This will be another blow to the Bush and Republican agendas for the public. They have had it with the phony War on Terror.

Anonymous said...

Sam, turn the "comments" section OFF until you can moderate the SPAM on here. This is really tiresome.

Bob26003 said...
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teresa said...

Don't turn it off just throw certain parties out. Like they do on most of the blogs

Bob26003 said...

Year Round Tomatoes

air-ono said...

yes, ma'am
feelin' very dude...
now all i need is for crank to pee on my rug

it's tailored after the one in the offal office that the 1st lady picked out for george...

it's optimistic
it's gotta be optimistic...
i can't decide anything if i don't have a sunny rug

toniD said...

Bombs kill 8 U.S. troops in Iraq By ROBERT H. REID, Associated Press Writer
1 hour, 56 minutes ago



BAGHDAD - Roadside bombs killed eight American soldiers in separate attacks Sunday in Diyala province and Baghdad, and a car bomb claimed 30 more lives in a wholesale food market in a part of the Iraqi capital where sectarian tensions are on the rise.


In all, at least 95 Iraqis were killed or found dead nationwide Sunday, police reported. They included 12 policemen in Samarra, among them the city's police chief, who died when Sunni insurgents launched a suicide car bombing and other attacks on police headquarters.

The deadliest attack against U.S. forces occurred in Diyala, where six U.S. soldiers and a European journalist were killed when a massive bomb destroyed their vehicle, the U.S. military said. Two U.S. soldiers were wounded, the military said.

LINK

Bob26003 said...

The Real scandal at the World Bank


The Bank is killing thousands of the poorest people in the world
Published: 26 April 2007

While the world's press has been fixated on the teeny-weeny scandal over whether the World Bank president Paul Wolfowitz helped to get his girlfriend a $300,000-a-year gig next door, they have been ignoring the rancid stench of a far bigger scandal wafting from Wolfie's Washington offices.

This slo-mo scandal isn't about apparent petty corruption in DC. It's about how Wolfowitz's World Bank is killing thousands of the poorest people in the world, and knowingly worsening our worst crisis - global warming - every day.

Let's start with the victims. Meet Hawa Amadu, 70-something, living in the muddy slums of Accra, the capital of Ghana, and trying to raise her grandkids as best she can. Hawa has a problem - a massive problem - and the World Bank put it there. She can't afford water or electricity any more. Why? The World Bank threatened to refuse to lend any more money to her government, which would effectively make it a leper to governmental donors and international business, unless it stopped subsidising the cost of these necessities. The subsidies stopped. The cost doubled. Now Hawa goes thirsty so her grandchildren can drink, and weeps: "Am I supposed to drink air?"

Star Vox said...

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air-ono said...
er, um,...
soon
: )

May 6, 2007 5:50 PM
_______________________

Good night, air-ono!

How about listenin' to Ms. Fiona Boyes?

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Fiona has once again achieved a unique honour as she is the first Australian artist to be nominated in the 27 year history of the Blues Music Awards.

Link:

http://fionaboyes.com/index2.htm

Alice said...

Ravi Shankar - Concerto for Sitar and Orchestra 5 Morning Love

War Dog said...

Subpoenas are coming next, and we expect the Bush Administration to have the Supreme Court protect them. This will be another blow to the Bush and Republican agendas for the public. They have had it with the phony War on Terror.

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A Subpoenas....?????

You gonna take over power with a Subpoena...????

hahahahahahahahaha...

How does that work exactly...???

=========================================================================================================

You need to get used to the idea of President Bush until 2009....

Did you happen to see the Veto get sustained in the House...???

There are still plenty of us Conservative Democrats around to keep the Loony Left in check...

air-ono said...

uno email sent to the uno/only voxxy

it's the power of the rug that enables me leap small buiding and promptly respond to intimidating emails

when was the last time i stonewalled you ?
i don't recall...
it's not in my recollection

toniD said...

Sarkozy wins French presidency By ANGELA DOLAND, Associated Press Writer
1 hour, 55 minutes ago

Conservative Nicolas Sarkozy won the French presidency by a comfortable margin Sunday and immediately signalled his victory would mean friendly relations with the United States.

His socialist opponent, Segolene Royal, conceded defeat for her hopes of becoming France's first woman president. With nearly 70 percent of ballots counted, Sarkozy had just over 53 percent of the vote, according to the Interior Ministry.

Washington can "count on our friendship," Sarkozy told hundreds of cheering supporters, though he added that "friendship means accepting that friends can have different opinions."

President Bush swiftly phoned the new president-elect to offer congratulations.

"The United States and France are historic allies and partners. President Bush looks forward to working with President-elect Sarkozy as we continue our strong alliance," said Gordon Johndroe, spokesman for the White House National Security Council.

Largely untested on the global stage, Sarkozy delved into foreign policy in his first speech as president-elect, urging the United States to take the lead on climate change and saying the issue would be a priority for France.

"The people of France have chosen change," Sarkozy said, while pledging to be "president of all the French."

Voter turnout was projected at 85 percent — a level not seen in 40 years — thanks to the dynamism of both candidates and the high stakes for a nation losing global clout to neighbors Britain and German and even developing countries like China and India.

"I gave it all my efforts, and will continue," Royal told supporters as she conceded defeat. "Something has risen up that will not stop."

Sarkozy — a charismatic but divisive figure known for uncompromising, even brutal language — inherits from Jacques Chirac stagnant wages, a lagging economy and frustration in impoverished, immigrant-heavy suburbs.

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air-ono said...

//Ms. Fiona Boyes//

don't know here
don't want to know her

War Dog said...

I don't remember ever acting goofy when Jimmy Carter was in office..

Hell, he just sat there and let Iran do as the please with our citizens...

Then he let us run completely out of Gasoline...

Then he ran home mortgages up to 18%...

Hell, we got it good now...

But I can remember ever Talkin Crazy Talk about Jimmy Carter..!!!

toniD said...

Everybody Hates Mitt


Speaking of Mitt, I have yet to see any of the Very Serious People address the fact that he's frighteningly (to him anyway) unpopular. I don't think I've ever seen a national matchup between pairs where a named Democrat beat a named Republican by 37 points. And that's just Edwards. Obama beats him by 29 points, and Clinton by 22 points. He's dipping into Dick Cheney territory and losing even some of the die hard lizard brains.


-Atrios 15:56

toniD said...

Rush Limbaugh told the Right to stop criticizing Keith Olbermann
By: John Amato @ 1:32 PM - PDT

Before it was known that Rudy Giuliani's camp complained to NBC because Keith was critical of Giuliani in an earlier MSNBC broadcast, I learned that Rush Limbaugh was taking an active role in trying to dampen the right from publicly criticizing Keith Olbermann. Rush is afraid that the more they pay attention to Keith, the more they'll increase his audience and Keith will become a much stronger voice to the public. Olbermann's Countdown is now the #1 show on MSNBC (he beat O'Reilly in the key demographic of 25-54 year olds) and his popularity is of great concern to the right wing movement that has had a monopoly on talk radio and cable news for many years now.

A Republican insider told me that during Brent Bozell's Media Research Center's 20th Anniversary Gala event, Keith Olbermann was nominated for three of the top five Dishonors awards, but at Rush Limbaugh's urging, (who is a judge for the awards) Olbermann did not win a single award. This insider also told me that every time Olbermann's name was mentioned at the event, he got the loudest round of boos from all attendees, yet he still didn't win an award.

I've contacted the MRC for comment…Still developing…

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a democrat said...

You gonna take over power with a Subpoena...????

hahahahahahahahaha...

How does that work exactly...???


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Our Democratic members have subpoena power. We were elected to end the corruption and the illegal war in Iraq.

The Republicans were able to sustain the Veto in the House.

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"WASHINGTON - Congress failed to override
President Bush's veto of legislation requiring the withdrawal of U.S. troops from
Iraq on Wednesday, a defeat for anti-war Democrats that triggered immediate talks on a new measure to fund the conflict.

The House vote was 222-203, 62 shy of the two-thirds majority needed to override a veto. With few exceptions, Republicans stood fast with Bush in the wartime clash. The original vote on the bill was 218-208.

"Make no mistake, Democrats are committed to ending this war," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (news, bio, voting record), D-Calif, said on a day of carefully scripted political drama at both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue. "We hope to do so in unison with the president of the United States."

At the same time, Republicans who have helped Bush sustain his policy quickly signaled a new impatience with a war that has claimed the lives of more than 3,300 U.S. troops."

toniD said...

Colorado Elections Employee Caught Selling Voter Data To GOP Candidates
By: Nicole Belle @ 12:37 PM - PDT This is just begging for an independent investigation from the US Attorney's office…oh, wait….

ePluribus Media:

(A) technology manager in the Elections Division of Colorado's Secretary of State's office was selling Colorado voter data to GOP candidates.

Daniel J. Kopelman of Aurora, CO, whose duties include oversight and maintenance of the state's master voter registration database, was offering "GOP campaign help" in the form of voter and "fresh" fundraising lists at the web site of his privately-owned company Political Live Wires.

In response to ePluribus Media's inquiries, a spokesperson for Sec. of State Mike Coffman stated that his office had no knowledge of Kopelman's "side business" and saw his actions as a "conflict of interest." Furthermore, upon learning of Kopelman's activities, Deputy Sec. of State William A. Hobbs met with the state's voter database manager and directed him to take down his web site.

But Coffman's claims that he was unaware of Kopelman's private venture are now in doubt, as the newly elected Secretary's campaign expenditure reports from last fall — filed with his own office — show multiple expenditures to Political Live Wires and Kopelman for services including "consulting."

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a democrat said...

To me, War Dog sounds more like the utterances of a Karl Rove than a conservative Democrat.

Buyer Beware !!

air-ono said...

is she a smooth loungey dianna krall slut

or a rough as moonshine janis joplin slut

(both irk me)

having said that, i gotta buy me a cassandra wilson cd, asap

War Dog said...

Our Democratic members have subpoena power. We were elected to end the corruption and the illegal war in Iraq.

The Republicans were able to sustain the Veto in the House.

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And here I thought all along a subpoena was a call to testify...

Now I find out it is a convection of something or other...

Did we skip a few step there..???

bridge said...

Mitt Romney absolutely takes the cake. Outweirdoing Pat Robertson.

Single people, watch out!

Bashing Europe.
Read what he "heard" about France (rolling eyes) ... zzzzz

Mitt Romney ... truly weirder than I ever imagined.

check this out:

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"There is no work more important to America's future than the work that is done within the four walls of the American home," Romney said. He also criticized people who choose not to get married because they enjoy the single life."

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"It seems that Europe leads Americans in this way of thinking," Romney told the crowd of more than 5,000. "In France, for instance, I'm told that marriage is now frequently contracted in seven-year terms where either party may move on when their term is up. How shallow and how different from the Europe of the past."

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"And he twice referred to the Virginia Tech shootings on April 16 in which a gunman killed 32 people before killing himself.

"We're shocked by the evil of the Virginia Tech shooting," Romney said. "I opened my Bible shortly after I heard of the tragedy. Only a few verses, it seems, after the Fall, we read that Adam and Eve's oldest son killed his younger brother. From the beginning, there has been evil in the world."

He added: "Pornography and ...
read on
...http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/05/05/AR2007050501081.html

Crank Bait said...

Did you happen to see the Veto get sustained in the House...???
May 6, 2007 6:21 PM
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I recall someone invoking "The Dance" at every opportunity.

"The Dance" in this case is pursuant to the next election cycle, which could place another gaggle of Republicans at risk.

If "The Dance" is played expertly, any Republican incumbent who defiantly remained in the Cheney/Bush camp will be in jeopardy...except for those who were redistricted with unrelentingly straight-party-voting constituencies.

air-ono said...

WAR-DOG

you ol' hound dog, you

i thought you were going on a 400 mile bike ride

what happened, you grab hold of a big rig

War Dog said...

Now doesn't it make perfect sense to you if we are going to Invade Iran, we should build up troops in Iraq in preparation...????

air-ono said...

[a muddy waters song for shelly]

I hear a lotta buzzing, sound like my little honey bee
I hear a lotta buzzing, sound like my little honey bee

She been all around the world making honey
[donn shoved it up her arse]

But now she is coming back home to me

(lol)

[always something nasty for shell]

air-ono said...

PS. I Love You

Amount / Ingredient
0.75 Shot / Woods 100 Dark Rum
1.25 Shots / Disaronno Amaretto
0.75 Shot / Kahlua
1.25 Shots / Amarula Cream
1 Shot / Double Cream

(yum)

a democrat said...

Man, this War Dog character really comes across like a dumbass.

See you all later...

never again said...

Stay tuned for more blather!

bridge said...

Re weird Mitt Romney

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digby:

"Mitt Romney may look like Mr Perfect but I am getting a distinct whiff of the weird coming off this guy. Too bad he doesn't dress in earth tones or the press might even notice."

RickB said...

Make sure that podcast works!

War Dog said...

If "The Dance" is played expertly, any Republican incumbent who defiantly remained in the Cheney/Bush camp will be in jeopardy...except for those who were redistricted with unrelentingly straight-party-voting constituencies.

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Ah.....

That is true...

But what happens if Al Qaeda attacks the United States again...

All the Left Leaning Dems look like Wankers....

"Weak on Defense"

"Can't be Trusted to keep us Safe"

"Cut-n-run in Iraq, brought the War Home with them"

Everything goes upside down...

We are back to "Let's Roll"

"October Surprise and all we have standing are Conservatives"

air-ono said...

everyone hates me
everyone regrets tangling with me

even the o.g. regrets knowing me
and he was an elite gangster

i'm worse than cancer

connie has blocked me on skype and put a restrain order on me and put a contract on me

and voxxy will too
(ha-ha)

i'm on my 4th white russian

and...
I got an axe handle pistol on a graveyard frame
That shoot tombstone bullets, wearin' balls and chain
I'm drinkin' TNT, I'm smokin' dynamite
I hope some screwball start a fight
'Cause I'm ready, ready as anybody can be
I'm ready for you, I hope you're ready for me

: )

bridge said...

via digby

http://www.amazon.com/mariage-Marriage-Original-French-Version/dp/B0008F6R6I
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Can one make this stuff up? Guess so. Cause Mitt Romney can. What will the press do? Nada.

War Dog said...

i thought you were going on a 400 mile bike ride

what happened, you grab hold of a big rig

May 6, 2007 6:41 PM

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That is in June...

We rode 60 miles Sat...

We ride 100 next weekend..

And tomorrow we go to Branson...

I just love branson...

http://www.baldknobbers.com/

air-ono said...

i make a white russian, then skull it cause they're delicious
then i make another, and sip it
until it's finished

[repeat & rinse]

hence, my 4th

air-ono said...

i'd eat a live rat in front of bridge just to gross her out

yeah, i'm worse than cancer

air-ono said...

//And tomorrow we go to Branson//

lol
don't forget to call into al' cranky

(too cool)

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