Saturday, March 31, 2007

Was The President Sincere?

Was President Bush sincere when he said this; "It is not right to have someone volunteer to wear our uniform and not get the best possible care. I apologize for what they went through, and we're going to fix the problem." This ws said during his visit at Walter Reed.

Democratic Senator Patty Murray, says veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan have been lost in the system.

"We are now starting the fifth year of this war. And to date, this president has not planned and supported funding to make sure that those men and women, whether it is traumatic brain injury, whether they've lost a limb, whether it's post-traumatic-stress syndrome, or whether it's just coming home and being able to find another job, have been paid attention to," she said.

What say you America... does this President's apology sound sincere?

Thursday, March 29, 2007

Stop To Start: GOP Rules Objection!

"we've just received word that the Republicans have objected under the Senate rules to this meeting continuing. I think that's unfortunate, but I will follow the rules of the Senate... The Republicans are the ones who don't want to have the hearings, the Republicans have the right under the rules to do that.... we will stand in recess until the Senate recesses."

During todays hearing, the Republican senators objected that the hearing violated Senate rules. You know the one that states; hearings are supposed to end by 2pm, unless the Senators go behind closed doors and agree to waive the rule.

Senator Leahy said, the hearings would not be stopped, and he'd hold them on nights and weekends if he needed to.

What in the world is going on with the GOP... are they still under King George's spell?

Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Settle Down Mr. President, There's A New Sheriff In Town!

Nancy Pelosi to the President, "Calm down with the threats," she said. "There's a new Congress in town. We accept your constitutional role. We want you to accept ours."

This is not a monarchy, Mr. President, you have less than two (2), years to run this country into the ground.

Any time, a country has voted for change in it's direction to a war and the way in which this country is ran... it's time for you, the President to listen.

You can no longer dictate to this Congress and the American People. What we have here George, is a constitutional form of government.

Your branch of office is just one of the three branches that we have in America. Oh and all three (3), branchs are equal.

No, No, No King George, you are not over the other two... your word or pen, is not the only one that makes law.

Oh and by the way Mr. President, our Congress are the one's that has the right to declare war. They gave up that power to you, because of the fear and lies you and your Administration fed us.

The Constitution of the United States, Article II: Section 4.
The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.

Just stop it with the blame game, you said "If Congress fails to pass a bill to fund our troops on the front lines, the American people will know who to hold responsible."

Wouldn't that be you King George... you're the one talking about a veto of the bill to fund the Troops because of a mandatory withdrawal deadline for nearly all combat troops on Sept. 1, 2008.

This is not your Republican House Mr. President, there's a new Sheriff in town, so get use to it.

Sunday, March 25, 2007

You Tell Me!

I dont like to call people stupid or idiot, so I'll just give you two (2), videos from YOU TUBE and you tell me....



Well, you tell me!

Thursday, March 22, 2007


"What we're told we can get is nothing, nothing, nothing," said Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., the Judiciary chairman. "I know he's the decider for the White House _ he's not the decider for the United States Senate."

So be it... the fight has begun, between the executive and legislative branches. Even though we haven't heard from Karl Rove, the White House has stated that he and his deputies can talk to lawmakers in private as the best deal Democrats are going to get.

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, vowed he would not step aside and promised to cooperate with Congress in the inquiry. He also stated, "I'm not going to resign, no U.S. Attorney was fired for improper reasons."

As Talks go on behind the scenes, the White House and majority Democrats engaged in strategic posturing before the cameras. King George and his Court stands firm, not knowing that the new Sheriff (Democrat), in town is standing firm, just willing to let this King know, that when all the dust settles, not all the Kings Court including his Neocon friends, will be able to put King George back together again.

Even the comedians are getting in on the fun. Watch a clip of the Daily Show for laughs.

Tuesday, March 20, 2007


"We will not go along with a partisan fishing expedition aimed at honorable public servants. ... I have proposed a reasonable way to avoid an impasse."

These are the words of President Bush... has this man lost his mind?

The President's proposed reasonable way to avoid an impasse, is to have his public servants... according to Fielding, "conduct interviews that are private and conducted without the need for an oath, transcript, subsequent testimony or the subsequent issuance of subpoenas," this was in a letter to the Senate and House Judiciary committees and their ranking Republicans today.

This President needs to look up Contempt of Congress... at this point a partisan fishing expedition is not what this Congress is about.

This Congress wants answers ... while this President makes threats and thinks this Congress is still controlled by his once loyal Republican party.

There's a new sheriff in town King George and he's called Democrat!

Thursday, March 15, 2007


Who Should You Have Voted For In 2004

Click Photo And See!

Here Are My Results

You Should Have Voted For Kerry

Though You'd Rather Vote for Michael Moore


original story

A US grand jury in Guam opened an investigation of controversial lobbyist Jack Abramoff more than two years ago, but President Bush removed the supervising federal prosecutor, and the probe ended soon after.

In Guam, a US territory in the Pacific, investigators were looking into Abramoff's secret arrangement with Superior Court officials to lobby against a court reform bill then pending in Congress. The legislation, since approved, gave the Guam Supreme Court authority over the Superior Court.

US Attorney Frederick A. Black was demoted by non other than President Bush.

Today in a letter to the House and Senate Judiciary Committees, Reps. George Miller (D-CA) and Nick Rahall (D-WV) urge Congress to investigate "the potential political manipulation by Jack Abramoff and his allies in Congress and the Administration" in the Black case.

Now I ask you, what else is needed to show that our country has been run by a President, his Administration and a Republican House and Senate that have done some nasty deeds, that may or may not be criminal.

It's just a shame that the conservative blogs are now throwing up former President's Carter and Clinton and what they did in the past.

What we have here are conservatives saying just what the talking heads put out there as talking points and as usual, they pick up on it and run.

What we have here is a failure of leadership... leadership that's suppose to run this country for the good of the people.

What we have here, is a pattern of behavior, where this President and his Administration have done some really nasty things, maybe not criminal but you know what they say... things that are done in the dark, will come out in the light and the light is shining all over this Republican party.

Monday, March 12, 2007


At Fort Benning, soldiers who were classified as medically unfit to fight are now being sent to war. Is this an isolated incident or a trend?

What in the world is going on with our military?

According to, As the military scrambles to pour more soldiers into Iraq, a unit of the Army's 3rd Infantry Division at Fort Benning, Ga., is deploying troops with serious injuries and other medical problems, including GIs who doctors have said are medically unfit for battle. Some are too injured to wear their body armor, according to medical records.

This is the 3rd time that the 3rd Brigade will be leaving for Iraq. "In fact, some of the troops with medical conditions interviewed by Salon last week are already gone. Others are slated to fly out within a week, but are fighting against their chain of command, holding out hope that because of their ills they will ultimately not be forced to go."

Conservatives always talk about this being and all volunteer Service, in fact they want us to stay there until the job is done. Well my conservative friends, why dont you ask some of the service members if they really want to be there simply because they are all volunteers.

Then to show that this all volunteer Service is not enough to cover both wars on terror, we have called up the Reserves and still they are not enough for this new surge.

When you send injured Service members back into combat... it's time for some other options.

I know, get some of those college students that are for this war and with this President and let them go over to Iraq and help out... I mean, since they are so with this President and this war.

Maybe we should call on some of the most conservative war mongers to enlist their sons and daughters to this surge and war, since we no longer have enough troops to fight anymore.

What do you talk the talk, but can you conservatives walk the walk?


I dont know about most Americans, but I'm sure tired of the same old song by both Republicans and Democrats.

If there's any average American, you know the one that works from pay check to pay check...out there that feels that any of the candidates in the Republican party are worth their vote, then that person has lost his or her mind.

Name one thing that the Republican party has done for the average American?

I sure could name the things that they have went against, that was for our best interest.

Evangelical Christians, you should know this already. This President, your Church Leaders and the Republican party saw you coming. They've played upon you for votes, money and fed you a bunch of lies all in the name of Religion and Morals.

Then we have the Democrats, the party that promise the world, but when we Americans needed a voice most, they sit back in fear and voted with this President to send our men and women to a war that was made up on lies.

We wanted a Congress that would put a stop to the madness, but they tremble in fear of being called responsible for losing this war if they cut funds or stop the troop surge. Where's the Democrats heart, where's the Democrats backbone?

Where's an Indepedent?

Saturday, March 10, 2007



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Note: The President said: "Those in the greatest need should receive the greatest help." What happened?

Note: The President said: "To lead this nation to a responsible era, the President himself must be resposible." What happened?

Wednesday, March 07, 2007


The Daily show sumed up President Bush and Walter Reed... I would say that it's funny but I can only think of how sad it is, because it's the truth.

What say you?


If you get a chance, find out what this company has to do with KATRINA and WALTER REED!

Saturday, March 03, 2007


Now older and a little plump, well fat... the man who should have been President received his due for global warming.

In August 1998 then Vice President Al Gore called on Congress to pass a new multi-million-dollar initiative to combat global warming.

During his bid for President, a story written by Michelle Mittelstadt appeared on the AP wire. The headline came from an interview at CNN, stating that Gore claimed that he created the Internet. The Republicans put there spin on it and all of America believed it.

The fact is that "Gore is the person who, in the Congress, most systematically worked to make sure that we got to an Internet", that's what Newt Gingrich said, September 1, 2000.

GINGRICH: "In all fairness, it’s something Gore had worked on a long time. Gore is not the Father of the Internet, but in all fairness, Gore is the person who, in the Congress, most systematically worked to make sure that we got to an Internet, and the truth is—and I worked with him starting in 1978 when I got [to Congress], we were both part of a “futures group”—the fact is, in the Clinton administration, the world we had talked about in the ’80s began to actually happen".

David Maraniss, 8/26/00: Gore really was instrumental in developing the Internet. He was the one congressman who understood the whole thing in the ’70s

So my Republican friends stop quoting the spin and read the FACTS as to what was said and what really happened.

Now with that out of the way, let's now take a look at the war we are in with Iraq.

Al Gore - September 23, 2002
"I'm speaking today in an effort to recommend a specific course of action for our country, which I sincerely believe would be better for our country than the policy that is now being pursued by President Bush. Specifically, I am deeply concerned that the course of action that we are presently embarking upon with respect to Iraq has the potential to seriously damage our ability to win the war against terrorism and to weaken our ability to lead the world in this new century."

I believe Al Gore would have read the intelligence reports and acted on them, whereas President Bush spent most of his time on the ranch, ignoring any intelligence reports.

Remember, even Russia, tried to give President Bush reports of terrorist hijacking plans... I guess his vacation time at the Ranch didn't call for him reading any reports about any threats to this country.

There's a push for Gore to run again, but there's a lot to be cleaned up, about the spin and the lies still out there in the minds of a lot of Americans, still believing those lies and spins... remember some folks still think that Iraq had something to do with 9/11.

What say you ?