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Impeach NOW! July 28, 2007

Posted by truthspew in Bush, Bush Administration, Dick Cheney, Dr. Vivien Thomas, Error 10048, George W. Bush, Impeachment, politics, Spirit.
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Apparently an old-line conservative by the name of Paul Craig Roberts is concerned about the actions of the Bush/Cheney presidency.

First of all I firmly believe that the events of 09/11/2001 were either planned and implemented by the Bush Administration, or the knowledge of the plans for the event was transmitted to the Bush Administration and they chose to let it happen in order to galvanize public opinion in favor of invading Iraq.

It’s not like that hasn’t happened before, and as much as I venerate Franklin Delano Roosevelt he too played on the isolationist tendencies of the United States during that era and allowed the infamous events of December 7, 1941 to happen in order to ease U.S. entry into WW II. And a good thing too since without U.S. assistance Britain and France would have been German provinces while the Pacific would belong to the Japanese. But recent revalations indicate that FDR and his commanders knew the Japanese were pushing eastward towards the Philippines and Hawaii.

But the Bush Administration strikes me as very driven, and their ultimate goal is to bankrupt the government, to transfer our tax dollars into private hands. This is wrong and it needs to be stopped.

It is therefore necessary to do what a great number of citizens believe is the correct course of action, to impeach both George W. Bush and Dick Cheney. Remember, if we do so the first Italian-American woman becomes President of the United States.

And while you’re at it, contact your congressmen and let them know that status quo is NOT the way you want to see things done.

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The Lies of the Administration July 19, 2007

Posted by truthspew in Bush, Bush Administration, Error 10048, politics.
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Seems the lies told by the Bush administration have been corroborated.

Rumsfeld is a slimy piece of shit. No wonder he’s no longer SecDef. He was a liability from day one and the administration was blinded by ideology and couldn’t see that he was exposing the administration.

And Dick Cheney is a slick old bastard. He’s the real puppet master. Do you think for a moment that George W. Bush can form a coherent though? Of course not. And if you look at the administration, Cheney, Rove, Wolfowitz, et al you see that the Bush Administration is nothing more than the Nixon administration carried forward. These aren’t Reagan Republicans, these are the worst of the worst.

If George W. Bush had a high midichlorian count June 10, 2007

Posted by truthspew in Bush, Robot Chicken.
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Got to love Robot Chicken for daring to go where no one else will go. This video is priceless as it shows Dumbya at the doctors and the doctor mentions the high midichlorian count.

I particularly love the saber vs. monument segment. Too bad old Abe had to die.

Post TV Life April 29, 2007

Posted by truthspew in Bush, Bush Administration, republican, Skype, television.
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Well it’s now been a full two months with no television and I’m loving it. It was a distraction to say the least. An outright waste of money when you factor in cable prices and electricity used.

I did stumble on a new competitor to Apple TV though, it’s called Vudu. In essence is slipstreams movies to you on a regular basis. The networks are toast – what they offer is just so much pablum for the masses. I’d rather be able to just keep things like they are now, one broadband connection, a plethora of information and entertainment. But the new things are very sweet, including Joost. As a matter of fact there are a number of TV sites out there at the moment. And if I could possibly get a joost invite I’d be a very happy guy.

But the Vudu device seems VERY slick. Plug it into the network and start watching. I’m awaiting pricing but they say it’ll be less than $300 for the box which I can deal with, what I’m more interested in is the subscription pricing which hasn’t been announced yet. If it’s cheaper than cable I’ll go for it since even basic cable is no bargain at $47 a month.

But in reality I hear enough music, read enough news, and see enough video on the web to sate me. For example, here’s some news you won’t get through the mainstream media. I was aware of the impeachment protests but this one has pictures and has the added benefit of being at a place where Dubya himself was present. Of course the fucking coward snuck in through another entrance but he’s got to know the tide is turning against him. I just say it’s six years too late. Though A28 did put up a good fight in San Francisco but then would I have expected anything less from those in that city? No I would not. It did surprise me that there was no A28 chapter here in Providence but there is on in Boston.

Put it this way, if we manage to impeach Bush and Cheney just before the elections, it would mean Nancy Pelosi would assume the presidency. Oh I’d enjoy the hell out of that, but the neocons would be apoplectic and rabid in their attacks. Actually it’d be fun watching the Republican party implode.

The Colbert Report skewers Bush again March 17, 2007

Posted by truthspew in Bush, Clinton, The Colbert Report.
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Unfortunately wordpress has a little issue with letting you embed code, so I’ll have to just give you the link to this funny Colbert Report video.

It is common knowledge that the Daily Show and the Colbert Report appeal to a slightly more educated sector of the viewing public that usual. As such, it was pretty easy to understand the Esteban Colberto was simply the latinized version of Stephen Colbert. Friend of mine likes to add an ‘o’ to the end of his last name when making reservations at an Italian restaurant. And I’m even known to go by my latinized name of Antonino Stefano on occasion.

But the video is worth a watch because you get snippets of the protests in Latin America when el Presidente goes to visit. I once saw a quote that stated that whenever Bush goes somewhere there are always protests, whereas when former President Clinton goes somewhere he’s treated like a rock star.

That says something since el jefe George W. Bush tries to be an everyman and fails miserably.