Wednesday, March 29, 2006


I hear all the time, that when a man starts to get older, he gets a new sports car or dye his hair. What I never hear is what women do as they start to see more good years pass them by.

I'm not trying to start anything, but I'm somewhat tired of hearing how I'm doing this or that because I'm feeling my age. Most of this talk comes from my female friends and female family members.

Just how do women feel, when a man tells them that maybe that skirt is just a little much for you at your age or maybe you should get a little more slack in those jeans.

I have female friends who think that their teenage daughter is their friend. Where do they draw the line. When you have a mother and daughter dressing almost the same and wearing the same cosmetics.

Don't the parent suppose to be the coach/parent, making it safe and somewhat hard for the teenage daughter not to grow up to fast?

I'm not mad, but I am tired of women trying to be both mother and friend to their teenage daughter, while at the same time telling the man that he's trying to relive his past or that he's afraid of getting older.

I thank God every day that I have got to the age that I am right now, and I would like to see many more years.

But it just bothers me, when a woman tells me that I'm afraid to get old, while at the same time she's wearing clothes that are for younger women or coloring her hair and trying to be a friend to her daughter.

I have single mother, female friends who run through men like water. Now how in the world is that being an example for their children. Especially if they have a teenage daughter.

I've seen women run to clubs, parties and games just about every weekend and change their men, like they change their clothes. But when I feel the need to buy myself a car that I now can afford, I'm told that I'm trying to be young or that's what older men do at some point in their life.

I think that I've said to much and that maybe I had better stop now. But I do have a passion about this problem between men and women, and what the women can say or do as opposed to the man.

One more thing, just look at how men are treated when he and a woman decides to get a devorce. The man has to get out of the house and still pay for it, and if that's not enough. The man has to pay child support and sometimes even alimony.

Look at the cases where female teachers are involved with minors, you have Kathy White, Pamela Turner and Lafave of Florida just to name a few. These females are looked at differently then men, when they go out and or involved with minors.

I'm not saying that any of this is right, but I feel that, yes we as people should be treated the same, not because we or a man or a woman, but because we are all Gods children and we all do silly and sometimes crazy things once we start to feel that we are older.

Just stop saying that men are trying to relive this or that, when you dont say the same about yourself.

Monday, March 27, 2006


Why is it that so many, if not all Republicans were fooled by President Bush and the war with Iraq? Lets Talk.

During a private two-hour meeting in the Oval Office on Jan. 31, 2003, he made clear to Prime Minister Tony Blair of Britain that he was determined to invade Iraq without the second resolution, or even if international arms inspectors failed to find unconventional weapons, said a confidential memo about the meeting written by Mr. Blair's top foreign policy adviser and reviewed by The New York Times.

A front-page New York Times article this morning about a meeting between President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair on Jan 31, 2003, is receiving substantial international attention. It gets even more interesting when contrasted with what the two men told the press when they emerged from the closed-door session.

Click on the picture of bush and maybe it will remind you of what he told you about his reasons to go to war with Iraq. What this man has done is far worse that what you were calling for of fomer President Clinton.

This President has caused the death of over 2000 men and women who serve our armforces and disabled over 15,000. What say you America?

Don't you think that it is time for our House and Senate to get real answers as to why this man took our Country to war and caused such a deficit with the money used to pay for his war of choice.

Now President Bush and his administration are asking you to believe that the media is giving bad news about the war, and infact things are OK in Iraq. Now if you fall for this one, you are not for America. You are for a man, President Bush and a Party, The Repubilican party, not our Country.

It's time to stop being fooled by this man and this party and start to believe in what you now know to be true, by voting out his Republican friends this November and let someone else try to run this country the right way.

Saturday, March 25, 2006


Here's a little note that I got from e-mail to slow things down by Lori Franklin.

This is just a reminder! From a strictly mathematical viewpoint:

What Equals 100%? What does it mean to give MORE than 100%? Ever
wonder about those people who say they are giving more than 100%? We haveall
been in situations where someone wants you to give over 100%. How about
Achieving 101%?

What equals 100% in life?
Here's a little mathematical formula that might help you answer these Questions:

Is represented as:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
H-A-R-D-W-O-R- K
8+1+18+4+23+15+18+11 = 98%
11+14+15+23+12+5+4+7+5 = 96%
1+20+20+9+20+21+4+5 = 100%
AND, look how far the love of God will take you
L- O- V - E- O-F -G-O-D
12+15+22+5+15+6+7+15+4 = 101%

Therefore, one can conclude with mathematical certainty that:
While Hard work and Knowledge will get you close, and Attitude will
get you there, it's the Love of God that will put you over the top!Please
send this to your friends and pray for him/her who sent to you. You will
be blessed.


Click photo to hear Chris Matthews

I said once that President Bush went around the Country scaring the Republican base with his lies. Now He's scaring me with them, Let's Talk.

Last week at the Cleveland City Club, and elderly gentleman who cited what he said were the three main reasons for going to war in Iraq -- WMD, Iraq's ties to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorists and the alleged purchase of nuclear material from Niger -- and then noted dryly that all three of these rationales turned out to be false.

"How do we restore confidence that Americans may have in their leaders and to be sure that the information they are getting now is correct?" he asked the president.

How indeed? "That's a great question," began Bush by way of dissembling. "First, just if I may correct a misperception. I don't think we ever said -- at least I know I didn't say -- that there was a direct connection between Sept. 11 and Saddam Hussein."

Do this man think that all Americans caught some type of amnesia, when he made you think that some how Iraq was involved in the 9/11 attack?

Read what Chris Matthews said on the Imus show this week:

MSNBC's Chris Matthews: "Well I am just going to stick to this point that the president led us in there with the background music of American culture. Everybody was led to believe that we were getting payback, we were avenging what happened on 9/11 and that we are going to get them. Vice President Cheney said we are going to attack terrorism at its base. Over and over the language was, this is where it came from, in fact most recently the President suggested that it was always the hot pursuit, like a new York police chase, we chased them back into their country. We pursued the terrorists back to Iraq and it's all nonsense. The reason there are terrorists in Iraq today like Zarqawi is we created the opening by blowing the country apart. From the beginning it's been not true. Now you can't prove motive and you can't prove somebody lies, but from the beginning everything about how they've got WMD's, they are a threat to us, they are going to bomb us with a nuclear weapon, this country is going to be an easy liberate, it's going to be a cake walk. As Cheney said as recently as ten months ago the insurgents are in their last throws. Everything that is said is not true. And right to the end here, here we are now and it's not a civil war and when Allawi the prime Minster is saying it is a civil war and here is the president quoting his own people that it's not a civil war. I mean the denial has been continuous. So you really can't count on the administration to tell you what is going on. That is just the fact. You've got to check it out. By the way, the president said this week that he wants the whole truth about what is going on in Iraq, the whole truth and that the media isn't telling the whole story. I'll tell you what we are not telling. We are not showing pictures of the twenty five hundred bodies coming back because they won't let us show the pictures. They don't want the whole truth out and that's the fact."

President Bush tells us how we are fighting them over there, so that we dont have to fight them over here. What a bunch of crap.

You are letting Hutchison Whampoa Ltd. a Hong Kong conglomerate to help detect nuclear materials inside cargo passing through the Bahamas to the United States and elsewhere. You are letting billionaire chairman, Li Ka-Shing, who has substantial business ties to China's government that have raised U.S. concerns over the years.

Have you forgotten or do you even know that U.S. military intelligence report, once marked "secret," cited Hutchison in 1999 as a potential risk for smuggling arms and other prohibited materials into the United States from the Bahamas.

Then to make matters worse you have Philippine company, International Container Terminal Services to install radiation detectors at the Philippines' largest port and the country's customs bureau. U.S. officials said they will investigate further how the Filipinos plan to use the equipment.

Oh and dont forget you have our borders with Mexico as free as a bird, for anyone to come here and do as they please. Then you have the nerve to say that you are protecting us by starting a war of choice and wiretapping American citizens all for our own safety.

You are now looking for a fight, no I'm sorry. You didn't fight when you had the chance. So I'll just say that you are looking to send more Americans to war with Iran, even though you know that our military tactics are leaked to the country that we intend to fight.

The Russian government collected intelligence from sources inside the American military command as the U.S. mounted the invasion of Iraq, and the Russians fed information to Saddam Hussein on troop movements and plans, according to Iraqi documents cited in a Pentagon report released Friday.

Now why would you want to start another war before you fix the leak of military planning by the Russian Gorvernment?

According to Eric L. Haney, A founding member of the elite counter-terrorist unit, Delta Force, suggested that President Bush's invasion of Iraq may have started World War III

Just what are you doing Mr. President, are you the Anti Christ? Boy am I scare now!


Say hello to my new renter, Ben Hay's Blog, called Henry The Adequate.

Tuesday, March 21, 2006


Yesterday, in Cleveland Bush said: "First, just if I might correct a misperception, I dont think we ever said - at least I know I didn't say that there was a direct connection between September the 11th and Saddam Hussein." Has this man lost his mind? Lets Talk.

Dont he even realize that all one has to do is go back and find out just what he has said about anything since he took office?

I think maybe, he has lied to the American people so much and the majority has believed his every word, even though alot of us have been telling you that he is lying or that he's a liar. He thinks that he can still say and do whatever he please and you will follow. Remember alot of people still thinks that Iraq had something to do with 9/11.

He's on the road again trying to undo his low poll rating and to lie to you some more. Hey he even staged a air show for you in Iraq. Skeptical military analysts described the Swarmer raid, as little more than a photo op. What's more, there were no shots fired at all and the units had met no resistance, said the U.S. and Iraqi commanders. I wonder how much this coast the tax payers?

As of yesterday, at least 2,311 US servicemen had died in Iraq, and more than 13,000 had been wounded. By the end of 2006, the conflict will have cost $320bn.

Senator Chuck Hagel, the Nebraska Republican who is mulling a 2008 White House run, said yesterday.

The war, he declared, was helping to bankrupt the country. "And if you ask, are we better off, is the Middle East more stable than three years ago, the answer is, 'Absolutely not'." Even among the Republican faithful, support for Mr Bush is starting to erode.

President Bush, with the help of Karl Rove, will bring back 9/11, just to take your breath away. To get you in the mood to take his next sucker punch. Which will be coming real soon.

Dont let your guard down and fall for more of his lies America. We as a country have taken enough of the wiretapps, the abuse of prisoners, and I hear now that there might be a possibilty that we have even had illegal physical searches.

Where's the justice in this country America? Are we to allow a President to run roughshot over us, by breaking laws and watch his Republican Congress pass new laws to keep him safe from the laws that he has already broken?

Is this what we are about now. Will we continue to let a Republican President with his Repubilican House and Senate dictate to us what is lawful, by passing laws, so that this president can break the ones that we already have enforce?

Maybe what Justice Santra Day O'Connor said was true, that where the direction the country may be headed if Republicans continue to attack the judiciary will cause a dictatorship.

The way this House and Senate seems to be voting will also cause a dictatorship for this President to do what ever he please. Wake up my Republican friends and see the light before it's to late for everyone.

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Monday, March 20, 2006


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In the late 1990s a group of right wing politians and business people got together to found the Project for the New American Century. They set out to map how the United States and its corporations could profit from its sole superpower status. Amongst its plans were regime change in Iraq. When George Bush became president many of these politicians who had set up the PNAC became part of the administration - including Donald Rumsfield (Defence Secretary), Dick Cheney (Vice President) and Paul Wolfowitz (Deputy Defence Secretary).

The Project for the New American Century is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to a few fundamental propositions: that American leadership is good both for America and for the world; and that such leadership requires military strength, diplomatic energy and commitment to moral principle.

The Project for the New American Century intends, through issue briefs, research papers, advocacy journalism, conferences, and seminars, to explain what American world leadership entails. It will also strive to rally support for a vigorous and principled policy of American international involvement and to stimulate useful public debate on foreign and defense policy and America's role in the world.

Could they really have influence this President or could it have been the Carlyle Group, a company where Bush Sr. was an advisor.

We have heard a lot of reasons from the Republican talking heads, but only President Bush can give us the truth, right?

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Friday, March 17, 2006


Say hello to my new renter, Kelly Hoffurt, and dont forget to pay him a visit.

Wednesday, March 15, 2006


"The American people already made their decision," Vice President Dick Cheney said Monday in an appearance in Mr. Feingold's home state, The Associated Press reported. "They agree with the president." picture of Fiengold Mr. Vice President, who are they? Lets talk.

This is certainly more serious than anything President Clinton was accused of doing, so who in their right mind feels that what this president has done is right and the American people are behind him. This is reminiscent of what Nixon was removed from office for doing.

Like Nixon, this President has broken the the law, and only the Republican nuts are standing by him, just as they have for every other disaster he has caused.

Sen. Specter said, "The president may be wrong, but he has acted in good faith." Sen. Specter, what good faith would you call spying and wiretapping U.S. Citizens?

Democrats, while distancing themselves from Mr. Feingold's assertion that the president "plainly broke the law" in approving surveillance without warrants, said his proposal merited more consideration than a hasty vote. Some backbone the Dems show when they finally have someone in thier party ready to confront this President.

Now you hear that Sen. Feingold is trying to build support for a possible presidential bid in 2008. So what, If he has nerve to stand up to this President, his Republican Senate and the Chickens in the Democratic party, then I say. Good for you Sen. Fiengold, you have my vote, because you are doing what no other Democrat has the nerve to do.

Sen. Frist has already started to say, what most Americans are just so sick of hearing from the Republican party, when someone question this President and what he has done, he said. "When we're talking about censure of the president of the United States at a time of war, when this president is out defending the American people with a very good, lawful, constitutional program, it is serious business," Mr. Frist said. "If they want to make an issue out of it, we're willing to do just that."

Are you tired of this same picture from the Republicans? When will this country come together and say Mr. President you are wrong and if you the Senate and House can't get it together, by doing your job, then guess what? You can let the door knob hit you where the good Lord split you, and we can show you better in November just what we are talking about.

I really am tired of Democrats walking away from a battle, as if no one cares about what is going on, or scared that if they say or do the wrong thing, this President and the Republican party will label them weak or not for our troops.

Stop this now about who is for our troops and who's not. We are all Americans and we are all for our troops. We are not all for the talking points that you bring out everytime someone question King George. We are all not for the way you try to divide us and play with our minds, as if we were to dumb to see just what you have done in the past and what you are trying to do now with this troop business.

What this President has done has nothing to do with the troops. Stop the scare tactics. If you are so concerned about anything stop the port deal that is still going on behind the Americans back, yes we know that the UAE still has the rights to the ports.

the Carlyle Group, a company where Bush Sr. was an advisor. They received an $8 billion investment last year from Dubai International Capital. Neal Bush, the president's brother has been in bed with the UAE for quite some time, including getting backing for Ignite!, his educational software company.

President Bush chose a Dubai Ports World executive, David Sanborn, to head the US Maritime Administration and the Secretary of the Treasury, John Snow, was former chairman of CSX Corporation, a company who sold their port operations to Dubai Ports World. Secretary Snow has gone on record to push this latest Dubai Ports World deal by claiming that "12 American agencies have ruled out security concerns."

We even know that they, the UAE are just looking for some American company to run their business here. So Let the con talking go.

We are tired and much smarter than you seem to think and I guess you will find that out come next election. This is for you to my Democratic chickens, we are fed up with you running away with your tail between your legs, anytime a good fight starts.

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Sunday, March 12, 2006


Now's the time to pay close attention to the Republican party and how they have given King George a free ride in America to do as he please.

Tomorrow Sen. Feingold will introduce a resolution condemning the President's actions in authorizing the illegal wiretapping program and then misleading the country about the existence and legality of the program.

This resolution want get anywhere, because this Republican Congress and Senate protects the President, even when he brakes the Law.

The resolution states that The President’s illegal wiretapping program is in direct violation of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). The FISA law makes it a crime to wiretap Americans in the United States without a warrant or a court order.

The President and this Administration decided to break the law and they have yet to give a convincing explanation of why their actions were necessary, appropriate, or legal. Passing more laws will not change the fact that the President broke the ones already in place and for that, Congress must hold him accountable.

Sen. Frist has already started to defend this President by stating that he was hoping deep inside that the leadership in Iran and other people who have the U.S. not in their best interest are not listening because of the terrible signal it sends.

The only signal this sends is that you are defending a President who has broken the law and we as Americans should demand that you Mr. Frist and other leaders do what you ask of us, when we as American citizens break the law.


Just-resigned Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor said that attacks on the judiciary by some Republican leaders pose a direct threat to our constitutional freedoms. She warns Of "Beginnings" Of Dictatorship, could she be right? Lets Talk.

Reporters who write about government surveillance could be prosecuted under proposed legislation that would solidify the administration’s eavesdropping authority, according to some legal analysts.
An aide to the bill’s chief author, Sen. Mike DeWine, an Ohio Republican, said that is not the intention of the legislation.
“It in no way applies to reporters — in any way, shape or form,” said Mike Dawson, a senior policy adviser to DeWine, responding to an inquiry Friday afternoon. “If a technical fix is necessary, it will be made.”
The Associated Press obtained a copy of the draft of the legislation, which could be introduced as soon as next week.
The draft would add to the criminal penalties for anyone who “intentionally discloses information identifying or describing” the Bush administration’s terrorist surveillance program or any other eavesdropping program conducted under a 1978 surveillance law.
Under the boosted penalties, those found guilty could face fines of up to $1 million, 15 years in jail, or both.
Kate Martin, director of the Center for National Security Studies, said the measure is broader than any existing laws. She said, for example, that the language does not specify that the information has to be harmful to national security or classified.
“The bill would make it a crime to tell the American people that the president is breaking the law, and the bill could make it a crime for the newspapers to publish that fact,” said Martin, a civil liberties advocate.
DeWine is co-sponsoring the bill with Republican Sens. Olympia Snowe of Maine, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, and Chuck Hagel of Nebraska.
The White House and Republican Senate leaders have indicated general support, but the bill could face changes as it works its way through Congress.

With the information that we now have about the Pentagon spying on us. This leads me only to believe that we are headed in the direction of a dictatorship.

We are deprived of true medical aid, like that of which the Congress gets, are they any more deserving of such perks, than are we the Armerican citizens?

We spend time picking over which party is best for us, when they both have sold us down the drain.

We stop for a minute and find all jobs and security that we held so dear have been outsourced to overseas countries, because of NAFTA, CAFTA, and WTO. We say, like robots that we love this party or this President. We need to take a step back and see that both parties, one under Clinton and one under Bush have gave this countries jobs, and our well being over to the companies who fly as fast as they can to third workd countires, where labor, safety and laws are relaxed.

Making their concerns with the all mighty dollar, more important than we are. Wake up America and smell the coffee. We never gave our approval for such globalization. This type deal was made by big business, our Presidents, our Congress, our Bankers, and the Rich.

You and I had nothing to do with this. We walked around arguing about Clintons sex affairs and faught over the fact that Bush led us into an uncalled for war, while our jobs were just given away by the people with the money, for more money and cheaper labor. Then the products were shipped right back to this country at a cheaper rate and we thought we were given a bargain, until the lay offs started.

Now we hear about Bush, the Congress and the Senate wanting to create a new law to justify the law that our President broke. Why can't we all get it at one time and remove such people in November, before it's to late.

Saturday, March 11, 2006


The body of an American man taken hostage with three other Christian peace activists late last year was found near a railroad line in Baghdad with gunshots to his head and chest, Iraqi police said Saturday. Is this the sign that it's time for our men and women to stop dying for Bush mistake, Lets Talk America.

Tom Fox, 54, of Clear Brook, Va., was the fifth American hostage killed in Iraq. There was no word on his fellow captives, a Briton and two Canadians, who were last seen without Fox in a brief, silent video dated Feb. 28

Nearly four out of five Americans, including 70 percent of Republicans, believe civil war will break out in Iraq - the bloody hot spot upon which Bush has staked his presidency. Nearly 70 percent of people say the U.S. is on the wrong track, a 6-point jump since February.

Bush has tried to occupy a country of 25 million people with only 130,000 troops. He was told about the mass build up needed to have victory in Irag, after the invasion.
Like everything else that we are finding out now, this President and his administration have made nothing but mistake after mistake. But what makes it even worse, is that King George only listen to those that know nothing about a war or anything else for that matter.

He's hired all the wrong people for most jobs in his administration, and most all have made big mistakes that coast Americans, tax dollars, life, destruction, ruin, and in worse shape than they were before he took office.

We have a Congress that have passed everything that he's place before them. They even find ways to make new laws, to keep King George out of trouble with our great country, when he has broken the law. Now who in their right mind would want such a congress in office come November?

It's time to have a Congress that will stand up to this man and his every mistake and hold him accountable. Come on America, we deserve better that what we are getting right now. Lets make a change in November and pray that it's not to late.

Friday, March 10, 2006

Monday, March 06, 2006


Last month the U.S. Treasury suspended investing in the Federal Employees Retirement System to avoid hitting the legal debt limit. Didn't Bush just tell us that the economy was in great shape, Lets Talk America.

Vice President Dick Cheney urged Americans last Thursday to do a better job of saving and challenged policymakers to strengthen pensions and fix Social Security to help people in their golden years.

"The American dream begins with saving money and that should begin on the very first day of work," Cheney told a conference here exploring how to encourage people to boost savings and be better prepared for retirement.

Too often, workers are living paycheck to paycheck and are not saving sufficiently, Cheney said.

Treasury Secretary John Snow notified Congress on Monday that the administration has now taken "all prudent and legal actions," including tapping certain government retirement funds, to keep from hitting the $8.2 trillion national debt limit.

In a letter to Congress, Snow urged lawmakers to pass a new debt ceiling immediately to avoid the first-ever U.S. default on its obligations.

To keep from jumping all over the legal borrowing limit Congress must now raise the debt ceiling, even though we are being told by this Administration the the economy is fine.

This is the 4th time Mr Bush, that you have went to congress to raise the debt limit. If they decide not to follow your lead you will be forced to delay auctiong bills and notes and move money among the pension funds.

It's time to let the tax cut go Sir, just look at what has been going on. You now have a deficit that your tax cut helped to bring on, you have the Iraq war that you lied this country into, that consumes millions of our tax dollar. You had 911, the Afghanistan war and the Gulf disasters. Let that tax cut go!

Last month you sent Congress a $2.77 trillion budget request for fiscal 2007 that calls for a deficit of $354 billion, compared with a record $423 billion forecast this year. The Bush administration says it expects to shave the deficit to less than 2 percent of gross domestic product by 2009, from 3.2 percent this year.

The Treasury estimates it will borrow $427 billion in fiscal 2006 and $373 billion in fiscal 2007 to fund government operations, the budget showed. The government borrowed $297 billion in 2005, according to the documents.

Any CEO of a corporation who screwed up as many things as George W. Bush would have been fired by its board of directors. Here's a few of the ways:

Invasion of Iraq, which is the biggest strategic blunder and scandal in U.S. history. Saddam Hussein never initiated a belligerent act of aggression or terrorism against us. The buildup to that war was based on fabrications, deception and lies.

Death of 2,100 U.S. soldiers, wounding 15,000 more, and the death of 30,000 innocent Iraqi men, women and children.

Immoral and unconstitutional trade policies that caused $2.824 trillion in trade deficits in just five years.

The worst fiscal performance in our history, piling up $2.472 trillion in added federal debt in five years en route to a major economic collapse.

Tax policies that are an insult to working people who make dividends possible but who are required to pay a higher marginal tax rate than those who collect dividends without working.

Foreign policies that have alienated most of the rest of the world.

A misguided attempt to turn future Social Security pensions over to Wall Street.

In typical arrogance, Bush said we must stay the course in the Iraq war, which means continuing his tragic record while killing and wounding more U.S. soldiers. That has no more credibility than to say a fox should be put in charge of maintaining order in a hen house after he has just created mayhem therein.

Earlier this year, Terri Schiavo lay in a permanent coma connected to a feeding tube. Her husband said she would have wanted that tube removed. But Republican members of Congress passed a resolution to maintain the tube, causing Bush to fly from his ranch in Texas to Washington to sign that legislation.

As his pen was poised to sign the document, Bush said, "If there is an error in this matter, it is best to err on the side of life."

Why didn't Bush make that same judgment in early 2003 when millions of Americans protested against a possible invasion of Iraq, as did many foreign leaders? Bush had no qualms about killing and wounding thousands of soldiers and innocent civilians.

In view of his miserable record, his arrogant lack of good judgment and his failure to understand the gravity of his record, President Bush (and Vice President Dick Cheney) should be shown the exit door with a proviso to never darken the Oval Office again. ( Written by Gus R. Stelzer).

Remember America, Corporations dont pay taxes, if you thought they did, then you are dead wrong. When we buy things and receive services, we pay their taxes, and that's a fact. Think about it, who has George Bush cuts and bills benefited?

We now have a National Debt of $8 Trillion dollars, do you think this President has an answer for it?

Saturday, March 04, 2006


Say hello to my new renter Look who's tattling now.

Wednesday, March 01, 2006


Bush declared four days after the storm, "I don't think anybody anticipated the breach of the levees" that gushed deadly flood waters into New Orleans. But the transcripts and video show there was plenty of talk about that possibility - and Bush was worried too. Mississippi begged for more attention in that same briefing.

federal disaster officials warned President Bush and his homeland security chief before Hurricane Katrina struck that the storm could breach levees, put lives at risk in New Orleans' Superdome and overwhelm rescuers, according to confidential video footage.

Homeland Security officials have said the "fog of war" blinded them early on to the magnitude of the disaster. But the video and transcripts show federal and local officials discussed threats clearly, reviewed long-made plans and understood Katrina would wreak devastation of historic proportions.

He's also forgot about what we said about our ports. The Jerusalem Post notes that US law bars firms from complying with such requests or cooperating with attempts by Arab governments to boycott Israel. If you didn't know Mr. President, the UAE, still boycotts Israel.

The Last I heard US laws ban the participation by US nationals and companies in unsanctioned foreign government trade boycotts, especially the Arab League's boycott of Israel.

Let me stop getting ahead of myself and jump back to the first lie, I mean subject. Bush was told about what would happen in the Gulf States and he lied to us that he didn't know a thing.

Let me stop for a minute and let you watch and be the judge.



OK, what say you? Is Bush a liar to you now, you think?

This is what we've been saying to you Republicans/Conservatives for, I dont know how long and if you still refuse to accept the fact that he has been lying to us all along, then you really have a King George problem.

Look America, we are going down the drain with this President and his Administration.
I think we would do better if his wife took over the job of running the country.
I'm willing to bet that she would let old sharp shooter Cheney go and Ananias Karl Rove be hit by the door wher the good Lord split him.

I know that I'm dreaming, but folks just take a look at what is going on in this country with King George running things and lying about everything when something goes wrong.

Bush said that he would veto anything that comes his way about the UAE and the ports.
Critics note that two of the suicide hijackers involved in the attacks of September 11, 2001, came from the United Arab Emirates and that money for the plot was funneled through banks in Dubai, the banking hub of the Persian Gulf.

Dont he even know that there was no real investigation conducted during the 30-day period before they awarded the ports to the UAE?
I'm not trying to down this King, but anyone can see that he's in a state of denial and not all the Kings horses nor all the Kings men are going to put King George back on the strait and narrow again. We, the American people must do this by impeaching him before he cause anymore damage to our country.