He loves working for Republicans. It’s good for his base.
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What does a racist and an adulterous choker have in common?
A little dough from the POS.
The Propaganda Delivery Aparatus is in full view.
Didn’t they used to go to great pains to hide this?
Light posting ahead as work has piled up around here. Any thoughts on bamboo flooring in a kitchen?
For now, start here. Be sure to follow links.
Shorter Tom Friedman:
It’s perfectly okay, and even admirable and required, for us to invade and occupy countries that don’t threaten us, murder hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians, destroy entire nations, and destabilize the broader Middle East.
It is definitely not okay for anyone who lives in those other countries to object. If they understood what’s good for them, they’d shut up and die.
It’s sort of American Exceptionalism for Dummies, written by one of the chief dummies.
And other fine work from Polixeni Papapetrou.
Doze Green was born and raised in the upper west side of Manhattan, New York City and was one of the pioneers of the Hip-Hop culture. He first started writing graffiti in his neighborhood in 1974, and started painting subway trains in 1976. The following year he joined the Rock Steady Crew. The Rock Steady Crew were pioneers of a new style of dance known as breakdancing or B-Boying. The crew first started dancing at art exhibitions and galleries of Soho and the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
During this time Doze Green was also attending the High School of Art and Design, where some of the most talented and well-respected graffiti artists came from. Artists such as Lady Pink, Daze, Ernie Valdez, Seen TC5, , , Mr. Wiggles, Mare 139, and numerous others. In 1982 Doze Green showed his artwork in a well-known group show at the Fun Gallery. At this same time after appearances in major movies such as Flashdance, Style Wars, and Wildstyle, the Rock Steady Crew was launched into action and the limelight.
From troop levels to civil war, we hear the Generals say the exact opposite of what the President says in public. Maybe this is what Woodward meant by ‘state of denial’?
“Drop and give me 400 billion!”
They are a total repudiation of the Prime Minister, who has repeatedly insisted that British presence in Iraq is morally right and has had no effect on our domestic security.
Sir Richard, who took up his post earlier this year, warned that “our presence in Iraq exacerbates” the “difficulties we are facing around the world.”
He lambasts Tony Blair’s desire to forge a “liberal democracy” in Iraq as a “naive” failure and he warns that “whatever consent we may have had in the first place” from the Iraqi people “has largely turned to intolerance.”
Rep. Bob Ney (R-OH) Has plead guilty to accepting bribes to influence his votes. However, it doesn’t seem that he is resigning. Incredibly, he may stay ’til January in a desperate attempt by the Republicans to hold any seat possible. That’s right, convicted on vote peddling but the Republicans will still let him vote.
Not to be “outcorrupted” a non-profit run by Grover Norquist and a slew of other consevative non-profits “perpetrated a fraud” on taxpayers by selling their clout to lobbyist Jack Abramoff, Senate investigators said in a report issued today. Sorry righties, there’s no liberal non-profits on the list.
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•As if he were talking about a dog he kicks. “amazed that this is a society which so wants to be free that they’re willing to — you know, that there’s a level of violence that they tolerate.” Watch it:
•St McCain, he’s a uniter too.
•”Finster, how many times have I told you not to play with the dirty money.”
Last week Rove’s self expressed “casual acquaintance”, Abramoff, was discovered to have had some 485 lobbying contacts with White House officials between 2001 and 2004. Hell, that’s practically Gannon access. As a preemptive move Rove’s top aide and former Abramoff employee Susan B. Ralston resigned. Don’t hold your breath for an investigation.
•Tucker pulls the Rove colored glasses off of the Evangelicals.
•The forgotten war. 33 since the beginning of October.
Apparently Suzanne (and everyone in the room) knew more than George.
The “framework of success”. Add that to the “clear skies” list of phrase scatology.