Sunday, July 24, 2005
Saturday, July 23, 2005
Quote of the Day
"But regardless of the source, the leak compromised the confidential identity of a longtime public servant, which was wrong, and unfair to her and those who worked with her. Whoever did it should come forward and not hide behind journalistic ethics for his or her self-protection." - Karen Hughes
We couldn't agree more, Karen. Have you, uh, told your boss this?
Thursday, July 21, 2005
Reporting for duty, Sir!
The Defense Department quietly asked Congress on Monday to raise the maximum age for military recruits to 42 for all branches of the service.
Tuesday, July 19, 2005
Top Ten Things Likely to be Heard Spewing Forth From A Republican's Mouth Today
- It's not really illegal.
- Rove didn't do it ON PURPOSE.
- Valerie DESERVED IT ANYWAY.
- It's really Hadley's fault, he prepared Rove's illegal statement. We should promote him again.
- If it was illegal, it was really a partisan law designed to encumber the president and we should retroactively revoke it.
- Anyone who would believe that the President's Press Secretary would break the law by revealing top secret information in order to punish a political enemy must be some kind of communist conspiracy nut.
- It depends on what you mean by "told".
- Hey, look over there (run the other way).
- Rove is a career public servant, patriot and a national hero. It's embarassing for the democrats to be attacking such a loyal and dependable public servant for the obvious and purely political reason that they lost the last election fair and square.
- Yeah, but at least he didn't get caught having sex in the white house, like that loser Bill Clinton.
How Time Magazine should look
Thanks to Mike Tidmus
Monday, July 18, 2005
Sunday, July 17, 2005
Dancing for Rove
On today's episode of Meet the Press, Time Magazine reporter Matt Cooper preceeded to tell host Tim Russert that Karl Rove INDEED was the one who told him that Valerie Plame was a CIA operative.
During the next segment, RNC Chairman Ken Mehlman, of course, said the opposite and replied, "I love me some Rove! I'm his bitch", or some such thing. You can read part of the transcript and watch a clip of the show here, to find out how much of a weasel Mehlman really is.
Tuesday, July 12, 2005
President Bush kept a personal streak alive this past week as he failed to attend a meeting of the NAACP for the 5th straight year.
I think Bush had no problem deciding if he should go or not. It's not exactly his "base."
Friday, July 08, 2005
On Thursday's show, Rush Limbaugh preceded to tell his fine (did I say 'fine?') listeners that because only about 37 people died in the London bombings, the terrorists didn't accomplish what they set out to do. In his own words : "They missed the boat!"
Would you like to ask the parents, wifes, husbands and children, of the people who died, if the terrorists missed the boat or not? You're trying to tell us that because "only" about 37 people died, it's no big deal?
You insensitive moron!
Wednesday, July 06, 2005
You ever take it off any sweet jumps?
President George W Bush, out for a spin on a bicycle at the Group of Eight summit venue on Wednesday, collided with a policeman and had to be treated for scratches on his hands, a spokesman said.
Would anyone like to guess what the above is?
Why yes, it's a lunch tray that Halliburton delivered to the troops in Iraq.
What? There's no food on it, you say?
Of course not. That's because Halliburton over-charged for meals that were not even delivered, which amounted to $186 million.
Pretty cool, huh?
With the Republicans crying & moaning about the liberal Hollywood elite, who does Bush choose to help him to advise the eventual nominee in the anticipated Senate confirmation fight to replace Justice Sandra Day O'Connor on the U.S. Supreme Court?
One of those Hollywood elitist, I'm sure!
Tuesday, July 05, 2005
George McClure, a former stand-up comic who now works as general manager of a Denver marketing firm, recently wrote a humorous column for the Denver post that I just have to share. Here is an excerpt.
The mainstream media in this country are dominated by liberals.You can read the rest here.
I was informed of this fact by Rush Limbaugh. And Thomas Sowell. And Ann Coulter. And Rich Lowry. And Bill O'Reilly. And William Safire. And Robert Novak. And William F. Buckley, Jr. And George Will.
And John Gibson. And Michelle Malkin. And David Brooks. And Tony Snow. And Tony Blankely. And Fred Barnes. And Britt Hume. And Larry Kudlow. And Sean Hannity. And David Horowitz. And William Kristol. And Hugh Hewitt.
And Oliver North. And Joe Scarborough. And Pat Buchanan. And John McLaughlin. And Cal Thomas. And Joe Klein. And James Kilpatrick. And Tucker Carlson. And Deroy Murdock. And Michael Savage. And Charles Krauthammer. And Stephen Moore. And Alan Keyes.
And Gary Bauer. And Mort Kondracke. And Andrew Sullivan. And Nicholas von Hoffman. And Neil Cavuto. And Matt Drudge. And Mike Rosen. And Dave Kopel. And John Caldara.
Monday, July 04, 2005
We can only hope!
With Karl Rove being named as the possible source of the Plame leak, we can only hope that the outcome will result in the following!