Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Mayweather Vs Hatton

I said I wouldn't post until next year, but I thought I would put up the last round of the Mayweather Vs Hatton fight. This is for those boxing fans out there.

Monday, December 17, 2007

Can Romney Get Around His Faith?

Republican Mitt Romney just can't seem to get beyond his faith. Remember his speech when he said; “I do not define my candidacy by my religion. A person should not be elected because of his faith, nor should he be rejected because of his faith,”

After watching him on Meet the Press, I wondered just what others thought about Mitt Romney on his faith and just why he can't seem to get away from his flip flops and his Religion. What say you?

Thursday, December 13, 2007

Let The Chips Fall Where They May!

Nancy Pelosi has Michelle Malkin talking about what she knew about torture and when did she know it. I say if she knew about the torture, then let the chips fall where they may!

In September 2002, current House Speaker Nancy Pelosi toured the CIA's overseas detention sites and saw firsthand the harsh techniques interrogators had devised to try to make their prisoners talk.

Bush administration officials have previously said members of Congress were well informed and were supportive of the CIA's use of harsh interrogation techniques.

We now know that Pelosi, Rockefeller, Graham of Florida, and Jane Harman knew something about said torture. Now they must look at the overall picture and allow an investigation about whom exactly ordered the torture of prisoners.

Sunday, December 09, 2007

The Real Mike Huckabee!

"If the federal government is truly serious about doing something with the AIDS virus, we need to take steps that would isolate the carriers of this plague." This was written by Huckabee in 1992.

The U.S. Supreme Court was probably right to strike down anti-sodomy laws, but that states still should be able to restrict things such as gay marriage or domestic partner benefits. Stated in 2003, Huckabee, opposition of gay marriage.

"I feel homosexuality is an aberrant, unnatural, and sinful lifestyle, and we now know it can pose a dangerous public health risk." This Southern Baptist preacher seems to be against homosexuality in every way possible. Now he wants to be the President for the people, I guess this will exclude anyone he considers gay.

What say you?

Thursday, December 06, 2007

What Did The President Know And When Did He Know It?

Pat Buchanan; "why is the President and why is Cheney and why are the neocons and why are all the others driving us to war if they knew that Iran had stopped its program four years ago? This is incredible."

Incredible indeed! The NIE has contradicted the warmongering made by Bush and Cheney who possible knew that Iran had stopped its nuclear program in 2003. Just what was the President intentions on going to war with Iran and why was he pushing so hard for World War III? Is this what was done in the lead up to Iraq, What say you?

Monday, December 03, 2007

Do You Like That Windows Vista Look?

Do you like Windows Vista look with it's newly revamped Graphical User Interface? Whatever your reasons are, you still can get a Vista like look even on your Win XP system. Click here

I really enjoy the software called RocketDock.

Saturday, December 01, 2007

Erin Burnett Calls President A Monkey

Erin Burnett, who works for NBC was on MSNBC Morning Joe Show when she called President Bush a Monkey! I guess this gives Republicans and Conservative talk show hosts someone else to demonize.

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Our Government Is Above The Law!

Jonathan Turley; “Well, it can mean a lot and that’s one of the reasons there’s a lot of people, both Democrats and Republicans, who don’t want to see it happen. They don’t want a court to say that the president did something that is a federal crime. That’s why they’re trying to get all these cases thrown out of court because it is rather clear that what the president ordered was a federal crime, clearly defined in federal law. But that causes a problem because many of the Democratic leaders and Republican leaders have promised each other that they would not start impeachment proceedings, but when a federal judge says the president committed a crime, it’s pretty darn hard to ignore that.”

The administration contends the warrantless surveillance of calls and e-mails is legal and necessary, but has not confirmed domestic calls and electronic communications are being monitored.

FISA requires the government to obtain court approval before conducting electronic surveillance on U.S. soil, even if the target is a foreign citizen in a foreign countr

President Bush and his administration has been using the “state secrets” defense in order to have federal law suits challenging their illegal eavesdropping programs thrown out of court.

Is this the reason Pelosi took impeachment off the table, did she and other Democrats make a deal with Republicans, not to impeach the President and if so why?

Have they kept the American people in the dark about the fact that it's OK for anyone in the government to commit a crime, but we, the American people have to pay for any such crime committed. Is our government above the law?

What say you?

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Declaration Of Principles

This Declaration is the first step in a three-step process that will normalize U.S.-Iraqi relations in a way which is consistent with Iraq's sovereignty and will help Iraq regain its rightful status in the international community – something both we and the Iraqis seek. The second step is the renewal of the Multinational Force-Iraq's Chapter VII United Nations mandate for a final year, followed by the third step, the negotiation of the detailed arrangements that will codify our bilateral relationship after the Chapter VII mandate expires.

The U.S. and Iraq will negotiate another year-long United Nations mandate for foreign troops in Iraq, which will expire (I think) in late December 2008. According to today's declaration, following the forthcoming renewal at the U.N., "we will begin negotiation of a framework that will govern the future of our bilateral relationship." That means that during Bush's last year in office, the administration will work out the terms of the U.S.'s stay in Iraq in order to, at the very least, seriously constrain the next administration's options for ending the U.S. presence. Even if Bush doesn't take the audacious step of signing a so-called Status of Forces Agreement -- the basic document for garrisoning U.S. forces on foreign soil -- while he's a lame duck, the simple fact of negotiations will create a diplomatic expectation that his successor will find difficult to reverse.

Does this declaration bind the next President to keep our troops in Iraq, what say you?

Sunday, November 25, 2007


Miss Sherry Williams defends Halliburton's business dealings in Iran which began in 1978 long before sanctions against the country were enacted.

The construction and services company KBR, formally known as Kellogg, Brown and Root and a subsidiary of oil-services giant Halliburton until April, topped the list with more than 16 billion dollars in US contracts from 2004 to 2006.

Halliburton was led from 1995 to 2000 by Vice President Dick Cheney, one of the most hawkish voices in the administration of President George W. Bush in the run-up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

Miss Williams was asked questions by Senator Byron Doron, who lets everyone know that Cheney still receives money from said company. I recall Pelosi being jumped all over for making a trip to Syria, a country our President deems a terrorist country.

How and why does our President and the Republican party not jump all over Vice President Cheney for receiving money from a company that was still dealing with Iran, another country our President has deemed a terrorist country?

Ms. Sherry Williams, Vice President and Corporate Secretary of Halliburton Company, says that Halliburton has followed U.S. law, will continue to follow it, and believes that it is the job of Congress to set foreign policy. She fails to mention that during the periods of said business with Iran, our Congress was run by a majority of Republicans. It gets worse!

Senator Sherrod Brown proceed to ask Ms. Williams questions and wonder why Halliburton could not follow the President and the Conservative loud lead of everyone having Patriotism and showing it.

One question America, why hasn't anyone question the patriotism of Vice President Cheney for continuing to accept money from such a company and where's the Patriotism of the President for allowing Halliburton to continue with their contracts in Iraq and Afghanistan?

To find the reasons to said questions, take a look at my other site
Let's Talk About It.

Friday, November 23, 2007

New Spin, Wait For President Memoir To Hear The Truth!

Gloria Borger, John King and Jack Cafferty discuss the book by Scotty McClellan in which he said, "I had unknowingly passed along false information. And five of the highest ranking officials in the administration were involved in my doing so: Rove, Libby, the vice President, the President’s chief of staff, and the president himself."

Gloria Borger said that nobody wants to see the President accused of lying over a leak that was really just a technicality anyway that we ought to just wait until Bush writes his memoir to find out the truth (I'm so not kidding. I wish I were) about whatever happened because really nobody cares anymore.

Jack Cafferty brought her back to earth and told her just what was needed by this President: He should tell the American people the truth!

Cafferty said the buck stops at the top with the President and we should not have to wait for his memoir to hear the truth.

What say you?

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Scotty McClellan And Shocking Information

Scotty McClellan new book which is due out in April of 2008, has shocking information that "WE" the American people have been lied to and someone must get to the bottom of these lies. Below is some of what will be found in McClellan's book called What Happened, published by Publisc Affairs.

The most powerful leader in the world had called upon me to speak on his behalf and help restore credibility he lost amid the failure to find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. So I stood at the White house briefing room podium in front of the glare of the klieg lights for the better part of two weeks and publicly exonerated two of the senior-most aides in the White House: Karl Rove and Scooter Libby.

There was one problem. It was not true.

I had unknowingly passed along false information. And five of the highest ranking officials in the administration were involved in my doing so: Rove, Libby, the vice President, the President’s chief of staff, and the president himself.

Scott McClellan served as White House press secretary from 2003 to 2006. before that he served as the principal deputy White House press secretary and as traveling press secretary for the bush-Cheney 2000 campaign.

In an appearance on CNN’s “Larry King Live” in March, the day Libby was found guilty, McClellan said Bush did not originally know about the involvement by his aides.

McClellan told King: “I spoke with those individuals, … and those individuals assured me they were not involved in this. … said what I believed to be true at the time. It was also what the president believed to be true at the time based on assurances that we were both given. Knowing what I know today, I would have never said that back then.”

They lied to us to cover up the fact that America went to war on false pretense and outed a CIA operative, which is treason. Should Congress now have the nerve to place impeachment back on the table?

What say you?

Sunday, November 18, 2007

Hillary Clinton Dislike

Give three reasons why you dislike Hillary and link those reasons if possible.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

On A Break

I am on a break for a few days, I will be back shortly. For those of you that like Janet Jackson, this video that I uploaded recently might be enjoyable. If not, you might enjoy one at my other two sites. Be safe!

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Rush Limbaugh At It Again

Rush Limbaugh must really get his kicks from trying to hurt our kids, especially if they are talking against anything that he believes in.

Keith Olbermann talked about the shameful ways Limbaugh has disrespected our younger generation kids. Is he still on drugs?

Olbermann shows video of Rush attacking a 18-year-old Inuit from Alaska who was sobbing through her congressional testimony, while describing Global Warming's disastrous effects on her community.

Had this been a Democrat doing such a thing our Republicans would have had a field day destroying him for such action. How is it that this man continue to say what he pleases to and about our kids and gets away with it?

Thursday, November 01, 2007

Ann Coulter At It Again

Colmes ask Coulter to apologize for her statment about Judaism. Ann Coulter said that she wears criticism from Jewish groups over the remark as a badge of honor.

Ann comment was, the Anti-Defamation League condemns Dennis Prager. I wear it as a badge of honor. It's like citing the National Organization of Women to tell me how all women feel. The point is: This is the same old fight we see all the time with the irreligious trying to stir up trouble with the religious.

What is this woman talking about and is it just that she's still trying to sell her new book?

The reminder of her statment was as follow; "Yes, godless liberals are upset that other people believe in God. This is the exact same thing we saw with George Bush speaking at Bob Jones University. And suddenly, The New York Times was offended on behalf of Catholics, because of some untoward remarks the original Bob Jones had made about the Catholic Church, not as bad as what the New York Times had said about the Catholic Church, I might add, and religious people just don't fall for it. We know the real enemy are secularists."

What a country Bush has made for us, when these types of people crawl out from under their rock and spew more hate and fear for us all.

Wednesday, October 31, 2007

President Bush Shows True Nature With Tantrum!

Yes America, our President has shown when he does not get what he wants, like a little spoiled child. He throws a tantrum. He has blamed our Democratic Congress of dong nothing, he has blamed our Senate of trying to withdraw and put our troops in harms way.

To be honest with our President, he should first know that he's the guy who has the power to veto any bill sent him by the Congress and yes, he has shown this power as we all are well aware of.

To my surprise as well, our Congress last week held its 943rd roll call vote of the year, breaking the previous record of 942 votes, a mark set in 1978. The vote was on a procedural motion related to a mortgage foreclosure bill. When the House adjourned on Oct. 4 for the long weekend, the chamber had reached 948 roll call votes, putting Democrats on pace to easily eclipse 1,000 votes on the House floor in 2007.

Mr. President you should know Democrats in the Senate have trouble mustering 60 votes; they've fallen short 22 times so far this year. That is largely why they have not been able to deliver on their campaign promises. So it seems they are trying to do their job, but your Republican party Senators are impeding this process by blocking Democratic bids, you know with those darn filibusters and just not allowing the Senate to do anything with delaying tactics.

We see what a spoiled President, who is use to Republicans giving him exactly what he wanted when they were in charged of both House and Senate. He cannot seem to handle rejection and start to blame all in his path with his tantrum type of scene.

Is this behavior appropriates for a President, what say you?

Sunday, October 28, 2007


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About 30 million low-income American households who will need help paying heating bills this winter from a U.S. government program will be left in the cold because of a lack of funding for the program.

The poor, already digging deep to pay for expensive gasoline, also will face much higher heating fuel costs, especially if oil prices stay near record levels.

Consumer groups and state energy officials have sounded the alarm, saying a federal program to help poor families pay heating bills will have nowhere near the money needed to cover those expected to seek assistance...

Still, the administration did not back away from its threat to veto legislation to boost funding for LIHEAP to levels it has called too high.

LIHEAP has an interim annual budget of $2.16 billion, but the White House wants to cut the program to $1.78 billion for the 2008 spending year that began on October 1.

The House of Representatives has passed legislation to boost the program to $2.66 billion, while a Senate committee has cleared a bill keeping LIHEAP at its current $2.16 billion budget.

We are already looking at another veto of the SCHIP bill that this President has promised us. Now we are looking at the possible veto of the heating bill for low income families.

Just maybe if this President started to spend less on his war, he would do more for the people of this country. Tell me what is right America, should the government stop using our tax dollars to take care of our children healthcare and the poor people heat in the winter? Does the government spend too much of Americans tax dollar helping the poor, when it should be spent to defend our country?

What say you?

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Schools, We TeachYour Kids Right

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Story From: Blogging America

Ever wonder what they may be passing out at middle-schools these days?

“At the dinner table, he announces, ‘Today at school I learned that oral sex is safer than anal sex,’ ” said Johnson, 53, a writer who has two other children in the school district. “This is a kid who hasn’t even been on a date yet, or had a first kiss, as far as I know.”

O.k one more tid-bit;

One titled “Woman to Woman”discussed how lesbians can protect themselves from HIV and featured an illustration of a woman spinning jubilantly in plastic wrap. Another provided graphic warning signs of sexually transmitted diseases in men, such as a thick discharge from the penis, and sores or blisters on the testicles.

All this going on and if someone wanted creationism taught they take ‘em to court? Beats me.

Graphic sex-health brochures upset parents of Irvington middle-schoolers.

Monday, October 22, 2007

If You're Not For The Troops, You're Against Them

Thanks to Tom Harper at Who Hijacked Our Country, It has been brought to my attention that the SCHIP was not only to provide Health Care for our countries children. It was also to provide help for our wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan.

President Bush logic here is that expanding funding for the popular State Child Health Insurance Plan would mean that more people than those living in rock-bottom poverty might get access to government-subsidized healthcare, and that would be a grievous wrong. He contends that only kids born into the most desperate poverty should get help outside of private, market-priced insurance--whether they can afford it or not.

An unknown fact is that Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton joined with Senator Christopher Dodd and a bipartisan coalition of Senators to introduce an amendment to the SCHIP bill which would extend the Family and Medical Leave Act to family members of wounded soldiers to six months. The bipartisan Support for Injured Servicemembers Act was also cosponsored by Senators Dole, Graham, Mikulski, Chambliss, Brown, Salazar, Cardin, Menendez, Kennedy, Boxer, Reed, Murray, Harkin and Lieberman.

Did you see this Ad?

This is part of the SCHIP Bill that our President Vetoed and our House Republicans voted to let stand! See IAVA Action, (Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America Action Fund)

The other provision provides one year of employment discrimination protection to family members caring for severely injured troops.

We have heard for years from President Bush, his Administration, and the Republicans. If you are not for us, you are against us. Well the question to this President, his administration and the Republican party, who vetoed the SCHIP that would help our troops as well as our children; If you are not for our Troops, You are against them!

If that's not bad enough for us. The Bush Administration wants to cut the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), a move which will literally leave 30 million low-income households in the cold this winter.

Yes you heard it right, he wants to cut government-subsidized heat to low-income households this winter. Ask yourself this America, is this a President for the people?

What say you?

Saturday, October 20, 2007

9-11 Truthers Infiltrate Bill Maher Audience

On Real Time last night, the 9-11 truthers infiltrate Bill Maher Audience and Bill goes wild running out into the audience to help put the 9/11 truther out.

Friday, October 19, 2007

Where Are We Headed America?

House Democrats are promising America that they will push for a new version of the children's health insurance program, after the Republicans denied the country of a bill that saw help for our children during times of illness and accidents.

The House needed two-thirds of those voting to support the bill. The vote was 229 Democrats and 44 Republicans for overriding the veto, and 154 Republicans, and two Democrats for the veto.

I hear people on C-Span talking about how they raised their kids and never needed help from such programs and the government. I say to them hurray for you, but families today need such help, with the cost of insurance and Medical expenses.

How can anyone deny our kids this type of help and say that they are for "US"? How can you be for "US", when you are telling those that make too much to be on the program, but not enough to pay for the high cost of insurance, that it's best that they lose all to pay for surgery, hospital stay and regular medical bills that come from our children going to a hospital in this country today.

Where's our heart America? Where's our compassion and where's our love for one another in this country? Are we to say that American's love a party and a man, more than the people as a whole now?

What say you?

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

The Federal Government And Marijuana

DEA Mary McElderry is concerned more with the money made by those selling marijuana, than those that benefit from the drug used to help with an illness that other drugs seem not to help.

In California and other States, the people have voted and the States have made Medical Marijuana legal for use with certain illness. The Federal government looks at the sell and use very differently and are putting a stop to such sell and use.

Should the Federal government over step what the States have ruled legal?

Friday, October 12, 2007

Republicans Gone Wild!

First we had Ann Coulter trying to promote her new book and saying anything that came to her mind. She appeared on CNBC's The Big Idea, hosted by Donny Deutsche and she really lost it with her insulting statement in reference to throwing away Judaism and everyone becoming perfected Christians.

Now today we saw Republican Cheri Jacobus insulting former Vice President Al Gore about the Nobel Peace Prize that was awarded to both him and The UN Climate Panel.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

The Right Vs 12 Year Old Boy Over SCHIP

Democrats enlisted 12-year-old Graeme Frost, who along with a younger sister relied on the program for treatment of severe brain injuries suffered in a car crash, to give the response to Bush's weekly radio address earlier this month, Republican opponents quickly accused them of exploiting the boy to score political points. See Daily News

Then, they wasted little time in going after him to score their own.

In recent days, Graeme and his family have been attacked by conservative bloggers and other critics of the Democrats' plan to expand the insurance program, known as SCHIP. They scrutinized the family's income and assets - even alleged the counters in their kitchen to be granite - and declared that they did not seem needy enough for government benefits.

The critics accused Graeme's father, Halsey, a self-employed woodworker, of choosing not to provide insurance for his family of six, even though he owned his own business. They pointed out that Graeme attended an expensive private school. And they asserted that the family's home had undergone extensive remodeling, and asserted that its market value could exceed $400,000.
One critic, in an e-mail message to Graeme's mother, Bonnie, warned: "Lie down with dogs, and expect to get fleas."

As it turns out, the Frosts say, Graeme attends the private school on scholarship. The business that the critics said Halsey Frost owned was dissolved in 1999. The family's home, in the modest Butchers Hill neighborhood of Baltimore, was purchased for $55,000 in 1990 and is now worth about $260,000, according to public records. And, for the record, the Frosts say, the kitchen counters are concrete.

The Frosts also own a commercial property, valued at about $160,000 that provides some rental income. Halsey Frost now works intermittently in woodworking and as a welder, while Bonnie Frost has a part-time administrative job at a firm that provides services to publishers of medical journals. Her job does not provide health coverage.

Democrats, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, have risen to the Frosts' defense, saying the family earns about $45,000 a year and are precisely the type of working-poor Americans that the program was intended to help.

Pelosi on Tuesday said, "I think it's really a sad statement about how bankrupt some of these people are in their arguments against SCHIP that they would attack a 12-year-old boy."

The House and Senate approved legislation that would expand the child health program by $35 billion over five years. Bush, who proposed a more modest increase, vetoed the bill last week. Bush said the Democrats' plan was fiscally unsound; the Democrats say Bush is willing to spend billions on the Iraq war but not on health care for American children.

Monday, October 08, 2007

Bush And Privacy

This is how our President feels about his privacy and that of his

daughters. What say you?

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

The My Way Or No Way Guy Has Spoken!

Bush said he favored a plan that focuses on children looking within themselves and using the power of positive thought to avoid major ailments like cancer and minor illnesses.

It's either his way or no way, and that's not acceptable!

Monday, October 01, 2007

Tomorrows Veto and SCHIP

The House voted 265-159 to expand the State Children's Health Insurance Program, or SCHIP. You would think that all Democrats in the Congress voted for said bill.

Guess again, there were eight (8), Congresspersons who voted against said bill. They are listed below:

Kathy Castor (D-FL)--Washington, D.C. Office (202)225-3376--Tampa, FL Office (813)871-2817.

Jim Marshall (D-GA)--Washington, D.C. Office (202)225-6531; Macon, GA Office 1-877-464-0255; Tifton, GA Office (229)556-7418.

Baron Hill (D-IN)--Washington, D.C. Office (202)225-5315; Jeffersonville, IN Office (812)288-3999; Bloomington, IN Office (812)336-3000.

Gene Taylor (D-MS)--Washington, D.C. Office (202)225-5772; Bay St. Louis, MS Office (228)469-9235; Gulfport, MS Office (228)864-7670; Ocean Springs, MS Office (228)872-7950; Hattiesburg, MS Office (601)582-3246; Laurel, MS Office (601)425-3905. Jeezy Creezy, how many freakin' offices does this guy need?

Bob Etheridge (D-NC)--Washington, D.C. Office (202)225-4531; Raleigh, NC Office (919)829-9122 or 1-888-262-6202; Lillington, NC Office (910)814-0335 or 1-866-384-3743.

Mike McIntyre (D-NC)--Washington, D.C. Office (202)225-2731; Lumberton, NC Office (910)735-0610; Fayetteville, NC Office (910)323-0260; Wilmington, NC Office (910)815-4959; Bolivia, NC Office (910)253-0158. Jeezy Creezy again.

Dennis Kucinich (D-OH)--Washington, D.C. Office (202)225-5871; Lakewood, OH Office (216)228-8850; Parma, OH Office (440)845-2707.

Dan Boren (D-OK)--Washington, D.C. Office (202)225-2701; Muskogee, OK Office (918)687-2533; Claremore, OK Office (918)341-9336; McAlester, OK Office ((918)423-5951.

Tomorrow our President will most certainly veto this bill and send it back to the House. To overturn a presidential veto, both chambers of Congress must produce two-thirds majorities. The 159 House votes opposing the SCHIP bill should give Bush enough cushion to sustain his veto, as House leaders expect few members to switch positions. Pelosi and the House needs 290 votes to override President Bush's veto.

Here's a video taken from Fox News about the SCHIP program and the veto by President Bush on Tuesday.

The bill would cover four million children, in addition to the 6.6 million already enrolled. The overwhelming majority of those on the rolls are in low-income families.

The bill will renew the child health program for five years, with a total of $60 billion, which is $35 billion more than the current level of spending. The additional cost would be financed by increasing the federal excise tax on cigarettes by 61 cents, to $1 a pack.

Dennis Kucinich explains his vote by saying the bill doesn't adequately address the needs of legal immigrant children, so he's going to deny healthcare coverage to a few million other children. Which brings up another question in the debate for SCHIP.

The children of parents here illegally are beings discussed by Republicans and Democrats as shown on the below video:

Will this country deny any children heath care simply because those children parents are in the country illegally?

Come on America, we are spending trillions of dollars on a war that as yet, has not been told to the American people why we are there. Then this President cry about this bill costing the tax payer $200 billion dollars in four (4), years. Then he goes to the Congress and ask for an additional $40 billion dollars to help fund his war for next year, bringing that total to $200 billion dollars for one single year as opposed to the four years it would take for our children health care.

Something is very wrong with this picture America. This is the same man that believes in God. I all ways here the question asked, what would Jesus do? Now really someone needs to go to this President and ask just that question.

What say you?

Sunday, September 30, 2007

Ruch Limbaugh Calls Troops Who Advocate U.S. Withdrawal From Iraq Phony Soldiers

There has been so much talk about Ruch Limbaugh and the comments he made on his September 26 radio show. As the above video shows, ol' Rush is now claiming that he never said he called service members who advocate U.S. withdrawal from Iraq "phony soldiers."

He now states, the comment followed a discussion of Jesse Macbeth, an anti-war activist who pleaded guilty to one count of making false statements to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for pretending to be an injured Iraq war veteran.

Well, here's the radio program on the 26 of September; You tell me of whom Mr. Limbaugh was calling phony soldier:

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Now I know that I'm not the smartest man in the world, but didn't you hear Rush agree that service members who advocate U.S. withdrawal from Iraq are "phony soldiers" and then Rush called them "phony soldiers" himself.

If you don't have an answer for this, take a look at what's being said at Army Of Dude.

Friday, September 28, 2007

Saddam Hussein Was Prepared To Go Into Exile?

Saddam Hussein was prepared to take $1 billion and go into exile before the Iraq war, according to a transcript of talks between U.S. President George W. Bush and an ally, Spanish newspaper El Pais reported on Wednesday.

During a meeting at his ranch in Crawford, Texas, on February 22, 2003, Bush told former Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar that Saddam could also be assassinated, according to the transcript published in El Pais in Spanish.

The Egyptians are speaking to Saddam Hussein. It seems he's indicated he would be prepared to go into exile if he's allowed to take $1 billion and all the information he wants about weapons of mass destruction," Bush was quoted as saying at the meeting one month before the U.S.-led invasion.

Asked by Aznar whether Saddam could really leave, Bush replied: "Yes, that possibility exists. Or he might even be assassinated."

Spokesperson Dana Perino was asked about the transcript published this week by the Spanish newspaper El Pais. It purports to be from a meeting just before the U.S. invasion of Iraq between President Bush and the prime minister of Spain. In it, President Bush is clearly set on a path for war, although he denied so publicly at the time.

Perino was mostly non-responsive to the questions, but notably the White House did not dispute the authenticity of the transcript:

Could it be that Bush could have avoided a war with Iraq, had he just given Saddam Hussein a one way ticket out of Iraq with $1 billion dollars? Just think we have spent more with this war, not to mention the men and women of both America and Iraq, who are dead or wounded.

My dear Rep. Nancy Pelosi, what now are you waiting for? Do we need to impeached you? How can America, be it conservative or liberal, still allow this man to occupy and office which he has caused unnecessary death, when Iraq would have been handle with respect and dignity to all concerned had America had a Kerry or Gore in the White House. Just think of all the lives lost or messed up because of this mans decisions. We should not just pass this by as rhetoric, like so many other things we have just let go by because of the necons, and the Republican party siding with this president.

What say you?

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Bill Clinton Unleashed

Today former President Bill Clinton blasted the Republican party over the MoveOn ad. He said those same conservatives who expressed outrage about MoveOn, had likened Sen. Max Cleland to Osama bin Laden and had smeared Sen. John Kerry’s war record, during the Swift Boat ad.

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Nancy Pelosi, "Impeachment Is Off The Table"

"I've always said that impeachment is off the table," I think I can say that most Americans are saying, well put it back on the table. That's what we voted for and made it possible for her to become the House Leader.

She started by saying this is the President, the Vice President and now the Republican Congress war. She blamed the Senate as being closely divided and claimed she did not have the political clout or Constitutional authority to unilaterally cut war funding.

What then is her role as House leader? What exactly can she do about said war? Yes, it is true that the Senate can be stopped because of 60 votes needed to over ride the President. The House, may I remind the Congresswoman, has the majority and can set which bills will go to the Senate for a vote or vice versa.

She stated, the House could simply cut off funding for the war. "I certainly could do that. That doesn't bar the minority from bringing up a funding resolution. They have their parliamentary prerogatives as well."

The president vetoed a bill that called for troop redeployment earlier this year, and Pelosi blamed Republicans in the Senate for blocking any bills that attempted to change course in Iraq, such as a recent measure that would have guaranteed troops as much time out at home as they spent at war. It failed to receive a necessary 60 votes to move out of the Senate. So yes, she does have a point, but to not even try and blame it on not haveing the political clout or Constitutional authority to unilaterally cut war funding or anything else the Senate oppose is just not trying and giving up the fight. I'm sure that's not what Americans sent her there to do.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s leadership team has charged a band of mostly centrist members with recommending a House Iraq strategy, pushing for the lower chamber to be the source of bipartisan action on the war. Shouldn't that have been done after she saw this President veto the bill to withdraw troops from Iraq?

We know that it is hard to get any bill pass the Senate, because we the voters failed to place more Democrats in that branch of government to do the people will. We have left enough Republicans in the Senate who are going to anything and everything they can to keep their President policies on Iraq alive.

What is it that Rep. Nancy Pelosi can do to archive the withdrawal of our troops from Iraq?

What can she do to start a honest impeachment of the President that will pass the Senate?

Monday, September 24, 2007

Jena 6

Let me first say, I know that this is a long post. I just hope that some will read it entirely.

America is working to build a wall at the border of Mexico, to keep illegal immigrants out. My question to the wall being built is this. Just who will build the wall?

We hire Mexicans to build our homes, upkeep our lawns, work in our Agriculture fields, clean our homes and even baby sit our children.

Maybe with the health care proposal Hillary Clinton has on the table, if she is elected President. Maybe some want mind so much about Mexicans being in America.

Thanks to the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, California and Texas that once belong to Mexico, was signed over to America, including New Mexico.

I said this to point out how America is supposed to be a country of immigrants. My Great Grandmother was a Creek Indian. I am not going to lecture the fact that America belongs to the Indians and the fact that they are not complaining about Mexicans or anyone else being in this country.

How is it that our ancestors came here from all parts of the world, yet some Americans feel that any other race that is here, are here to serve them and is less of a person because of their skin color?

Which brings me to Jena 6. I know most, if not all America has heard about the problems in that small community. If not, the below video will inform the reader about what happen in Jena, Louisiana.

The trouble started under “the white tree” in front of Jena High School. The “white tree” is where the white students, 80 percent of the student body, would always sit during school breaks.

In September 2006, a Black student at Jena High School asked permission from school administrators to sit under the “white tree.” School officials advised them to sit wherever they wanted. They did.

The next day, three nooses, in the school colors, were hanging from the “white tree.” The message was clear. “Those nooses meant the KKK, they meant ‘ … we’re going to kill you, we’re going to hang you till you die,’” Casteptla Bailey, mom of one of the students, told the London Observer.

The Jena High School principal found that three white students were responsible and recommended expulsion. The white superintendent of schools overruled the principal and gave the students a three day suspension saying that the nooses were just a youthful stunt. “Adolescents play pranks,” the superintendent told the Chicago Tribune. “I don’t think it was a threat against anybody.”

Black students decided to resist and organized a sit-in under the “white tree” at the school to protest the light suspensions given to the noose-hanging white students.

The white district attorney then came to Jena High with law enforcement officers to address a school assembly. According to testimony in a later motion in court, the DA reportedly threatened the Black protesting students saying that if they didn’t stop making a fuss about this “innocent prank… I can be your best friend or your worst enemy. I can take away your lives with a stroke of my pen.” The school was put on lockdown for the rest of the week.

On the night of Thursday, Nov. 30, 2006, a still unsolved fire burned down the main academic building of Jena High School.

On Friday night, Dec. 1, a Black student who showed up at a white party was beaten by whites. On Saturday, Dec. 2, a young white man pulled out a shotgun in a confrontation with young Black men at the Gotta Go convenience store outside Jena before the men wrestled it away from him. The Black men who took the shotgun away were later arrested. No charges were filed against the white man.

On Monday, Dec. 4, at Jena High, a white student — who allegedly had been making racial taunts, including calling African American students “n———” while supporting the students who hung the nooses and who beat up the Black student at the off-campus party — was knocked down, punched and kicked by Black students. The white victim was taken to the hospital treated and released. He attended a social function that evening.

Six Black Jena students were arrested and charged with attempted second degree murder. All six were expelled from school.

The six charged were: 17-year-old Robert Bailey Jr., whose bail was set at $138,000; 17-year-old Theo Shaw — bail $130,000; 18-year-old Carwin Jones — bail $100,000; 17-year-old Bryant Purvis — bail $70,000; Mychal Bell, a sophomore in high school who was charged as an adult and for whom bail was set at $90,000; and a still unidentified minor.

Many of the young men, who came to be known as the Jena 6, stayed in jail for months. Few families could afford bond or private attorneys.

Mychal Bell remained in jail from December 2006 until his trial because his family was unable to post the $90,000 bond. Theo Shaw has also remained in jail. Several of the other defendants remained in jail for months until their families could raise sufficient money to put up bonds.

On the morning of the trial, the DA reduced the charges from attempted second-degree murder to second-degree aggravated battery and conspiracy. Aggravated battery in Louisiana law demands the attack be with a dangerous weapon. The dangerous weapon? The prosecutor was allowed to argue to the jury that the tennis shoes worn by Bell could be considered a dangerous weapon used by “the gang of Black boys” who beat the white victim.

Most shocking of all, when the pool of potential jurors was summoned, 50 people appeared — every single one of them white.

The LaSalle Parish clerk defended the all-white group to the Alexandria Louisiana Town Talk newspaper, saying that the jury pool was selected by computer. “The venire [panel of prospective jurors] is color blind. The idea is for the list to truly reflect the racial makeup of the community, but the system does not take race into factor.” Officials said they had summoned 150 people, but these were the only people who showed up.

The all-white jury which was finally chosen included two people friendly with the district attorney, a relative of one of the witnesses and several others who were friends of prosecution witnesses.

The jury deliberated for less than three hours and found Mychal Bell guilty on the maximum possible charges of aggravated second- degree battery and conspiracy. He faces up to a maximum of 22 years in prison.

What happened to the white guys? The white victim of the beating was later arrested for bringing a hunting rifle loaded with 13 bullets onto the high school campus and released on $5,000 bond. The white man who beat up the Black youth at the off-campus party was arrested and charged with simple battery. The white students who hung up the nooses in the “white tree” were never charged.

This all brought a march in Jena, Louisiana last week with patisipants from all around the country. The video below details what happen after the march.

A teenager was arrested Thursday when police allegedly found hangman's nooses dangling from the rear of his pickup truck after he drove past a crowd of people who had attended a civil rights march earlier in the day.

The incident in Alexandria, La., took place only hours after tens of thousands of civil rights marchers demonstrated in nearby Jena on behalf of six teens charged with beating a white schoolmate at Jena High School.

Jeremiah Munsen, 18, of Colfax, La., and a 16-year-old passenger in his truck were arrested Thursday night near a bus station where a group of people who had marched in Jena were waiting for buses to take them home.

One of the Grant Parish teenagers arrested Thursday night in connection with a red pickup truck driving through downtown Alexandria with nooses tied to it was released on bond from the Rapides Parish jail Friday morning.

Jeremiah Munsen, 18 of Colfax, had his bond set at $1,670 after being charged with driving while intoxicated, inciting to riot and contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile, according to an Alexandria Police Department report.

The 16-year-old, who was being held in a juvenile detention facility Friday, told police he had a "KKK" tattoo on his chest and said some of his relatives were involved in the Ku Klux Klan, according to a police report.

Officers found an unloaded .22-caliber rifle and a set of brass knuckles in Munsen's truck, police said.

Nooses figured into the controversy that drew tens of thousands of people to Jena, a small town about 40 miles northeast of Alexandria.

On Friday a request that Mychal Bell the black teenager arrested in the beating of a white youth be released from jail was denied.

The only one of the six yet to stand trial. Mr. Bell was convicted of aggravated second-degree battery this summer, but the conviction was thrown out last week by a Louisiana appeals court, which ruled that he had been mistakenly tried as an adult.

America cannot continue to allow such behavior by its Justice System, to deny equal justice and protection for all its people. It cannot continue to allow racism, as shown in Jena, to occur over and over, then claim this is just one instance. It's one instance too many and it must stop.

We cant continue to call America, the Land of the free, when we want walls built to keep out the people that produce the very food we eat. We cannot continue to call America, the Land of the free, when we attack and abuse a race of people with racism, simply because of their skin color. Right is right and wrong is wrong and America has been wrong for a long time now.

Another great site with information on Jena 6 is I Wish I Was In Paris.

This next video is a summary of Jena 6, from Mary Ellen, The Devine Democrat.

What say you?

Friday, September 21, 2007

Keith Olbermann's Special Comment

Keith Olbermann, last night delivered one of his Special Comments on his show, Countdown.

Mr. Bush, you have hidden behind the General's skirts, and today you have hidden behind the skirts of 'the last question' at a news conference, to indicate once again that your presidency has been about the tilted playing field, about no rules for your party in terms of character assassination and changing the fabric of our nation, and no right for your opponents or critics to as much as respond."

That, Sir, is not only unAmerican -- it is dictatorial.

And in **pimping** General David Petraeus, Sir, in violation of everything this country has been assiduously and vigilantly against for 220 years, you have tried to blur the gleaming **radioactive** demarcation between the military and the political, and to portray **your** party as the one associated with the military, and your opponents as the ones somehow antithetical to it.

Thursday, September 20, 2007

New Site

Above is a copy of my new site called, Let's Talk God and yes it is a Religious site.

What I really need is the help for this site, Let's Talk. As you can see, I've changed templates because I was planning to use the old template on my new site at some point.

The help I need is, anyone with a browser other than IE7. Can you please inform me of any parts of this template that's not correct, such as sidebar not being on the left side or being at the bottom of the template.

Thanks in advance!

Let me Thank Floyd, over at within reason for this nice template. The site for said templates is called Blogcrowds, feel free to look over the different templates at the site, you might find one that you like. They are free!

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Bill Maher With Wolf Blitzer

Bill Maher, talked with Wolf Blitzer, in the Situation Room about the war in Iraq, President Bush and Gen Petraeus, the reasons the Democrats have failed to bring a stop to Iraq, Sen Larry Craig skit on his show, Real Time and a host of other topics.

Bill brought the truth out about the Democrats not being able to stop this war, simply because they just do not have enough votes to do so. He suggests that we go back to the voting booths and elect more Democrats to office to make changes with their votes.

Bill Maher discussed the MoveOn ad, and how the Republicans brought up Hillary Clinton, in the middle of the situation to keep all concentration away from President Bush and General Petraeus. The surge and the report by General Petraeus was nothing more than a Bush doctrine. Most, if not all Democrats already knew what his report would be about and as always, the President and his hand pick people, did not let us down.

President Bush and General Petraeus lied to America, when they said, they would be withdrawing 30,000 troops by the end of next Summer. It's a law and a fact that 30,000 troops that will be coming home next Summer is legally bound to come home without any act by General Petraeus or President Bush.

We cannot continue to allow our leaders to think that we are ignorant to the point that we cannot know a lie when they tell them. I for one, am sick of such insults.

What say you?

Monday, September 17, 2007

I'm Showing Both Sides, Trying To Seem Credible

It's great to be back at Let's Talk, trying to Blog. Hello all and I must say that I missed the site's I frequently visit and I surely missed the comment sections.

Speaking of comments. I received a comment from a new reader to Let's Talk. The comment said, I should introduce both sides of a story, which would make Let's Talk, seem more credible. So today, I shall present both sides to a very simple story.

Sally Fields was accepting a Emmy award the other night and the Fox channel...well I will let you be the judge of this.

Fox TV

Canadian TV

Was there really a difference in what Fox showed and what the Canadian CTV showed, What say you?

Friday, September 07, 2007

Bush Will Push This War Until He's Out Of Office

Reductions in violence form the centerpiece of the Bush administration's claim that its war strategy is working.

Army Gen. David H. Petraeus has indicated a willingness to consider a drawdown of one brigade of between 3,500 and 4,500 U.S. troops from Iraq early next year, with more to follow over the next months based on conditions on the ground, according to a senior U.S. official.

A senior military officer in Iraq said there will be no written presentation to the president on security and stability in Iraq. “There is no report. It is an assessment provided by them by testimony,” the officer said.

The only hard copy will be Gen. Petraeus’ opening statement to Congress, scheduled for Monday, along with any charts he will use in explaining the results of the troop surge in Baghdad over the past several months.

The GAO report found that "average number of daily attacks against civilians have remained unchanged from February to July 2007," a conclusion that the military said was skewed because it did not include dramatic, up-to-date information from August. In other words, it did not say what the Bush Administration wanted to hear.

Gen. Jones: ‘Yes,’ we can begin to withdraw from Iraq. In a House Armed Services Committee hearing this afternoon, Chairman Ike Skelton (D-MO) asked Gen. James Jones to comment on his report’s recommendation that the U.S. should reduce its footprint in Iraq. The Jones report suggests “significant reductions” in the “size of our national footprint in Iraq.” Skelton asked Jones if this is a call to reduce troop levels, and Jones answered yes.

The pullouts would be contingent on the ability of U.S. and Iraqi forces to sustain what the administration heralds as recent gains in security and to make further gains in stabilizing Iraq.

What it comes down to for this Administration is a fact, that Bush will keep the troops in Iraq until he has left office. Leaving or passing the Iraq mess on to the next President and Mr. Bush will be a former President out of office making millions on speeches.

Meanwhile America, with the right President, House and Senate, will try to undo the damage the former President, and the former Republican House and Senate made. This will probably last for the next ten (10), or 15 years before this country is out of the red. It seems everything this President has ever done, has ended in failure.

Thursday, September 06, 2007

Bill Maher On Hardball

Bill Maher appears with the host of Hardball, Chris Matthews and talks about Larry Craig and layovers in airports. The interview gets really hilarious when Chris shows what Bill Maher had on his show lasts Friday, about Larry Craig and Chris Matthews during former President Clinton term in office.

Chris and Bill go from Craig to President Bush and the surge. The secret visit of Bush's trip to Iraq is also discussed.

Bill has a funny way of telling the truth about Bush, the way most Democrats see him. The author of "Dead Certain", Robert Draper is discussed and Bill is asked about the money Bush thinks about making when his term is up as President.

Chris Matthews, changes the subject and ask Maher about whom he could not stand to be the next President and Bill gives Chris a negative view of both Fred Thompson and Rudy Giuliani.

Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Olbermann Special Comment On Bush’s Surprise Iraq Visit

By Keith Olbermann

And so he is back from his annual surprise gratuitous photo-op in Iraq, and what a sorry spectacle it was. But it was nothing compared to the spectacle of one unfiltered, unguarded, horrifying quotation in the new biography to which Mr. Bush has consented.

As he deceived the troops at Al-Asad Air Base yesterday with the tantalizing prospect that some of them might not have to risk being killed and might get to go home, Mr. Bush probably did not know that, with his own words, he had already proved that he had been lying, is lying and will be lying about Iraq.

He presumably did not know that there had already appeared those damning excerpts from Robert Draper's book “Dead Certain."

“I'm playing for October-November," Mr. Bush said to Draper. That, evidently, is the time during which, he thinks he can sell us the real plan, which is “to get us in a position where the presidential candidates will be comfortable about sustaining a presence."

Comfortable, that is, with saying about Iraq, again quoting the President, “stay... longer."

And there it is. We've caught you. Your goal is not to bring some troops home, maybe, if we let you have your way now. Your goal is not to set the stage for eventual withdrawal. You are, to use your own disrespectful, tone-deaf word, playing at getting the next Republican nominee to agree to jump into this bottomless pit with you, and take us with him, as we stay in Iraq for another year, and another, and another, and anon.

Everything you said about Iraq yesterday, and everything you will say, is a deception, for the purpose of this one cynical, unacceptable, brutal goal: perpetuating this war indefinitely.

War today, war tomorrow, war forever!

And you are playing at it! Playing!

A man with any self respect, having inadvertently revealed such an evil secret, would have already resigned and fled the country! You have no remaining credibility about Iraq.

And yet, yesterday at Al-Asad, Mr. Bush kept playing, and this time, using the second of his two faces.

The president told reporters, “They (General Petraeus and Ambassador Crocker) tell me if the kind of success we are now seeing continues, it will be possible to maintain the same level of security with fewer American forces."

And so, Mr. Bush got his fraudulent headlines today. “Bush May Bring Some Troops Home."

While the reality is, we know from what he told Draper, that the president's true hope is that they will not come home; but that they will stay there, because he is keeping them there now, in hope that those from his political party fighting to succeed him will prolong this unendurable disaster into the next decade.

But, to a country dying of thirst, the president seemed to vaguely promise a drink from a full canteen -- a promise predicated on the assumption that he is not lying.

Yet you are lying, Mr. Bush. Again. But now, we know why.

You gave away more of yourself than you knew in the Draper book. And you gave away more still, on the arduous trip back out of Iraq hours in the air, without so much as a single vacation.

“If you look at my comments over the past eight months," you told reporters, “it's gone from a security situation in the sense that we're either going to get out and there will be chaos, or, more troops. Now, the situation has changed, where I'm able to speculate on the hypothetical."

Mr. Bush, the only "hypothetical" here is that you are not now holding our troops hostage. You have no intention of withdrawing them. But that doesn't mean you can't pretend you're thinking about it, does it?

That is your genius as you see it, anyway. You can deduce what we want. We, the people, remember us? And then use it against us.

You can hold that canteen up and promise it to the parched nation. And the untold number of Americans whose lives have not been directly blighted by Iraq or who do not realize that their safety has been reduced and not increased by Iraq, they will get the bullet points: "Bush is thinking about bringing some troops home. Bush even went to Iraq."

You can fool some of the people all of the time, can't you, Mr. Bush? You are playing us!

And as for the most immediate victims of the president's perfidy and shameless manipulation of those troops -- yesterday sweating literally as he spoke at Al-Asad Air Base -- tonight, again sweating figuratively in The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death, the president saved, for them, the most egregious "playing" in the entire trip.

“I want to tell you this about the decision, about my decision about troop levels. Those decisions will be based on a calm assessment by our military commanders on the conditions on the ground, not a nervous reaction by Washington politicians to poll results in the media."

One must compliment Mr. Bush's writer. That, perhaps, was the mostly perfectly-crafted phrase of his presidency. For depraved indifference to democracy, for the craven projection of political motives onto those trying to save lives and save a nation, for a dismissal of the value of the polls and the importance of the media, for a summary of all he does not hold dear about this nation or its people nothing could top that.

As if you listened to all the "calm assessments" of our military commanders rather than firing the ones who dared say the emporer has no clothes, and the president, no judgment.

As if your entire presidency was not a “nervous reaction," and you yourself, nothing but a Washington politician.

As if “"he media" does not largely divide into those parts your minions are playing, and those others who unthinkingly and uncritically serve as your echo chamber, at a time when the nation's future may depend on the airing of dissent.

And as if those polls were not so overwhelming, and not so clearly reflective of the nation's agony and the nation's insistence.

But this president has ceased to listen. This president has decided that night is day, and death is life, and enraging the world against us is safety. And this laziest of presidents, actually interrupted his precious time off to fly to Iraq to play at a photo opportunity with soldiers, some of whom will on his orders be killed before the year maybe the month is out.

Just over 500 days remain in this presidency. Consider the dead who have piled up on the battlefield in these last 500 days.

Consider the singular fraudulence of this president's trip to Iraq yesterday, and the singular fraudulence of the selling of the Petraeus Report in these last 500 days.

Consider how this president has torn away at the fabric of this nation in a manner of which terrorists can only dream in these last 500 days.

And consider again how this president has spoken to that biographer: that he is “playing for October-November." The goal in Iraq is “to get us in a position where the presidential candidates will be comfortable about sustaining a presence." Consider how this revelation contradicts every other rationale he has offered in these last 500 days.

In the context of all that now, consider these next 500 days.

Mr. Bush, our presence in Iraq must end. Even if it means your resignation. Even if it means your impeachment. Even if it means a different Republican to serve out your term. Even if it means a Democratic Congress and those true patriots among the Republicans standing up and denying you another penny for Iraq, other than for the safety and the safe conduct home of our troops.

This country cannot run the risk of what you can still do to this country in the next 500 days.

Not while you are playing.

Friday, August 31, 2007

Conyers: Impeachment Not Off My Table

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Rep. John Conyers declared House Speaker Nancy Pelosi could not stop him from beginning impeachment proceedings in the House Judiciary Committee against a 'long list of people'in the Bush administration, although he did not make a firm commitment to begin proceedings.

"Nancy Pelosi has impeachment 'off the table,' but that's off her table, it is not off John Conyers' table," the Michigan Democrat said during a town hall meeting in his district Tuesday. "Nancy Pelosi, who I actually supported, cannot prevent me from introducing an impeachment resolution against, well I've got a long list of people who are eligible."

Starting this September, hundreds of impeachment activists are expected to descend on Pelosi's office next month to pressure the House Speaker to allow impeachment proceedings.

Just maybe someone will persuade Conyers or Pelosie to do what the American citizens want for a change and start impeachment of this administration before it's too late.

What say you?

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Total Video Converter

I know most of you already know about the software to download YouTube to file on your computers, if not see YouTube Free Software . Well there's another piece to this puzzle.

Some of us visit Suzie-Q and Enigma's site and run into the videos they post for the day and we would love to copy some of them. Then there is Mary Ellen who just cracks me up with some of the videos she comes up with.

Well for those of you that do not already know. There is software that enables one to copy those videos that you have stored onto your computer from YouTube, onto a DVD or VCD and watch them on your computer or DVD player.

The software is called Total Video Converter and it has a free trial download, if you want to try it out.

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Saturday, August 25, 2007

Ted Nugent Blast Democratic Candidates

With Machine Guns in his hands, Ted Nugent issues threats to Barrack Obama, Hillary Clinton and even California Senator's Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer.

Fox News made a statement and tried to destroy the Dixie Chicks for talking about President Bush. I wonder if they have anything to say about Ted Nugents threats with machine guns?

What say you?

Friday, August 24, 2007

Oh Bill, You've Done It Again!

Bill O'Reilly talked with Bill Maher and begin the interview about Arianna Huffington being on his show and Maher corrected him by saying Huffington, was not on the show last season. O'Reilly had to admit he just thought that she was on the show. Now begins the reason most viewers love watching Bill Maher.

Maher had to correct O'Reilly about the statement where he called Democrats, Left Wing Loons, The surge, accountability, Edwards and the funniest part of the show was when Maher talked about the cross dresser and the Mormon.

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Who's In Charge?

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Now we know how and why this President signed a directive granting extraordinary powers to the office of the president in the event of a declared national emergency, apparently without congressional approval or oversight.

The "National Security and Homeland Security Presidential Directive" was signed May 9, by executive order.

This is just one way President Bush has gotten his way, just as we were told by Senator Leahy that "In fact, we were about to issue subpoenas then and one of the senators came to our meeting and said that the vice president had met with the Republican senators and told them they were not allowed to issue subpoenas.

Remember President Bush already has an executive order that allows him to confiscate property of anyone who commits acts of violence threatening the peace and stability of Iraq and undermining efforts to promote economic reconstruction and political reform in Iraq and to provide humanitarian assistance to the Iraqi people.

President Bush has entrusted himself with leading the entire federal government, not just the Executive Branch. And he gives himself the responsibility for ensuring constitutional government. With rumors of war with Iran and talks of terrorist attacks again in America. If a catastrophic emergency occurs during Bush's watch, he's in charge for as long as he wish. Is that called being a dictator?

What say you?

Friday, August 17, 2007

Do You Dislike Hillary Rodham Clinton?

What policies in the Senate has she brought to the floor that made you dislike her?

Is it the resolution she voted with the House and Senate that gave Bush the authority to go to war in Iraq if he deemed that appropriate?

Is it that she has not apologize for the resolution she help to give President Bush?

Do You Dislike Hillary Rodham Clinton? If your answer is yes, please explain why.

Thursday, August 16, 2007

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I don't know about you, but I am tired of going to a site and picking up spam or a virus. My son was using my computer the other day and when I did a clean up of my computer I ran into a worm called, Win32.Brontok.A. This virus originated from Indonesia and get's into your e-mail continuously sending out information and complying your information. Such as pass words, etc.

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Monday, August 13, 2007

Know Your President And Where He Comes From

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Most everyone knows now that George Bush's grandfather, the late US senator Prescott Bush, was a director and shareholder of companies that profited from their involvement with the financial backers of Nazi Germany. Should America have a President with this type of background or is this just all a lie or does it even matter.

What say you?

Friday, August 10, 2007

YouTube Free Software

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Excuse me for not posting much this week, but I have enjoyed reading you all posts. I ran across some free software that I would like to share with anyone that is not familiar with it. The software is called Xilisoft Download YouTube Video, it enables one to download videos from You Tube onto your computer and to play back what you have downloaded at anytime without being on line.

Xilisoft Download YouTube Video is the most powerful free YouTube video downloader to download videos from YouTube.com and play YouTube videos with the FLV player within the software all for free.

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Wednesday, August 08, 2007


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On Tuesday night, in his home ballpark, it didn’t matter how many of them might have been fueled by steroids or performance-enhancers. Bonds has the title of home run king all to himself, ending Aaron’s 33-year reign.

Bonds did it with a shot to the deepest part of the ballpark with one out in the fifth inning against Washington’s Mike Bacsik.

Bonds sent the 84-mph fastball arcing high into the night, 435 feet into the right-center field seats. And then, the celebration began in force — fireworks, streamers, banners commemorating the accomplishment, and even a party in McCovey Cove.

“This record is not tainted at all. At all. Period,” Bonds said.

Tuesday, July 31, 2007


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A group of House Democrats will introduce a resolution calling on the Judiciary Committee to begin impeachment proceedings against Attorney General Alberto Gonzales.

Rep. Jay Inslee (D-WA) will sponsor the measure. It will be dropped in the hopper tomorrow. Finally a bold move by a Congressman to stop this nightmare of lies that has filled the halls of our House and Senate.

Here's the text of resolution...

Directing the Committee on the Judiciary to investigate whether Alberto R. Gonzales, Attorney General of the United States, should be impeached for high crimes and
1 Resolved, That the Committee on the Judiciary shall
2 investigate fully whether sufficient grounds exist for the
3 House of Representatives to impeach Alberto R. Gonzales,
4 Attorney General of the United States, for high crimes
5 and misdemeanors.

There's also the Four Senate Democrats who have asked for a special counsel to determine whether Gonzales was truthful when he testified about a warrantless domestic spying program and the dismissals of nine U.S. attorneys

Solicitor General Paul D. Clement who clerked for Associate Justice Antonin Scalia of the U.S. Supreme Court has been asked to handle the criminal contempt citations.

Committee chairman, Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt. and the panel's top Republican, Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania did not sign the letter. Leahy has given Gonzales until Friday to correct or clarify his testimony. Specter said a perjury investigation is premature.

Attorney General Gonzales looks as though he might be gone within a few weeks because he has the following awaiting his statement Friday about his testimony:

1. Possible appointment of a special prosecutor to handle the criminal contempt

2. Possible switch to civil contempt proceedings.

3. Impeachment, or inherent contempt proceedings.

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