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This is symbolic of the upcoming election. We're having problems with the current Administration so we need to switch to a new and better one. Ahhhhh if only it were that easy huh?
Quote of the
Week Month Decade
" George W. Bush and the Republican Party represent everything that is repellant to me in American politics today: the party of the rich screwing the poor, the party of smug arrogance and homophobic bigotry, the party of craven corporate greed, and the party that uses fear and intimidation in every dealing with those who disagree with it. So I’m happy to tell you that not only will I not send you any money as a Charter Member of the Bush-Cheney ’04 Team, I’m going to be doing everything I can to defeat them."
Mustang Bobby @ Bark Bark Woof Woof
Were greater words ever spoken?
Just as I Suspected
"People are Poor Because They are Lazy"
George W. Bush
"At Harvard Business School, thirty years ago, George Bush was a student of mine. I still vividly remember him. In my class, he declared that "people are poor because they are lazy." He was opposed to labor unions, social security, environmental protection, Medicare, and public schools. To him, the antitrust watch dog, the Federal Trade Commission, and the Securities Exchange Commission were unnecessary hindrances to "free market competition." To him, Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal was "socialism." Recently, President Bush's Federal Appeals Court Nominee, California's Supreme Court Justice Janice Brown, repeated the same broadside at her Senate hearing. She knew that her pronouncement would please President Bush and Karl Rove and their Senators. President Bush and his brain, Karl Rove, are leading a radical revolution of destroying all the democratic political, social, judiciary, and economic institutions that both Democrats and moderate Republicans had built together since Roosevelt's New Deal."
Yoshu Tsurumi, Professor, International Business, Baruch College, New York City.
Japanese Institute of Global Communications) [via
Thanks to my pal Houston Bridges
for bringing this little tidbit to my attention.
Passing The Buck (again)
Passing the buck is turning into a fine art at the White House these days. Here's another example of the it's not MY fault
"President Bush's chief political adviser, Karl Rove, told the FBI in an interview last October that he circulated and discussed damaging information regarding CIA operative Valerie Plame with others in the White House, outside political consultants, and journalists, according to a government official and an attorney familiar with the ongoing special counsel's investigation of the matter.
But Rove also adamantly insisted to the FBI that he was not the administration official who leaked the information that Plame was a covert CIA operative to conservative columnist Robert Novak last July. Rather, Rove insisted, he had only circulated information about Plame after it had appeared in Novak's column. He also told the FBI, the same sources said, that circulating the information was a legitimate means to counter what he claimed was politically motivated criticism of the Bush administration by Plame's husband, former Ambassador Joseph Wilson."
The way I see it, Rove is saying, I only gossiped because other people were gossiping and those bad guys were all talking bad about my Boy George
. This sounds a lot like, their famous 'so what'
line. I have come to the conclusion this administration will go down in history as either the so what
administration or the 'it's not MY fault