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A Musical Message... [Jan. 16th, 2007|05:34 pm]
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Everyone that hates the war, and George W Bush should watch this:

The Asylum Street Spankers - Stick Magnetic Ribbons on Your S.U.V.
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Impeachment [Jan. 11th, 2007|10:57 am]
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After last night, if you haven't done it yet, you damn sure should do it now...

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Lies... [Oct. 23rd, 2006|12:15 am]
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"Always, always wrong" [Oct. 20th, 2006|10:25 am]
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cross-posted to liberal_bias

I believe this is the best Keith Olbermann commentary yet -- as close as today's journalism comes to a modern-day Edward R. Murrow. Obviously, with that sign-off line, Olbermann sees it, too.

When will the people of this nation realize what they have done?

Just in case it disappears one day, I'm putting the transcript behind the cut.
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My only personal addition is to remind you that it's not too late. As pointed out by Olbermann, Adams' Alien and Sedition Act was quickly removed from the books after the next election, as was Wilson's Espionage Act. Reversal of all fascist laws and policies enacted over the past five years must be the number one priority of the new (Democratic) Congress. Investigations leading to impeachment of both Bush and Cheney can take place simultaneously with what I would like to call the "Restoration of America Agenda", a legislative agenda to put America back on track.
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A Girl in Iraq Like Me [Oct. 16th, 2006|07:59 am]
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I took the picture above in '03.

I learned October 11, thanks to juuice_newton in space_ghetto, that apparently, the American girl was right.

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Republicans are scum?!? Who would have guessed? [Sep. 30th, 2006|09:59 am]
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Republican congressman in charge  of caucus on missing and exploited children has exploited children

That's right, Republican Florida representative has quit the job as evidence that he sent sexually explicit emails to underage MALE interns has surfaced.

That whole "Republicans must be closet gay to be that anti-gay" seems to gain another piece of evidence.
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Clinton Ambush MSNBC [Sep. 28th, 2006|02:06 pm]
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Keith Olberman doing what he seems to do best these days.
Do the research, tell the truth, and generally make me more happy by the day I will never live inside of the once great United States of America.

Keith's comments regarding the Clinton Ambush on fox news.
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Inspiring [Sep. 27th, 2006|07:03 am]
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I love it when an interview gets down and dirty, and this has been a LONG time coming.
Say whatever you want about Bill Clinton, this is a fine example of doing the right thing, and standing up for your beliefs and principles, instead of lying done with the dogs that are tearing up the porch.

Interview Excerpt on YouTube

Clinton blasts Fox host: 'Nice little conservative hit job... You think you're so clever'

Published: Monday September 25, 2006

Former President Bill Clinton entered a heated exchange with host Chris Wallace on this week's episode of Fox News Sunday, leaving Clinton red-faced and fuming, RAW STORY has learned.

During the exchange, the former head of state attacked Wallace's criticism of Clinton's attempts to deal with terrorism, summing it up as "Fox's bidding," and a "nice little conservative hit job."

"At least I tried," Clinton argued. "That's the difference in me and some, including all the right-wingers who are attacking me now. They ridiculed me for trying."

"They had eight months to try," he continued. "They did not try. I tried. So I tried and failed. When I failed, I left a comprehensive anti-terrorist strategy, and the best guy in the country, Dick Clarke, who got demoted."

Clinton went on to attack Fox itself, questioning why it was holding him responsible for failings in US security, without holding current officials to the same standard.

"You've got that little smirk on your face," he blasted at Wallace. "You think you're so clever."

A full transcript of the segment follows:

MR. WALLACE: I'm Chris Wallace. U.S. intelligence has said the Iraq war has spawned new terrorists. Next on "Fox News Sunday," the interview everyone will be talking about: former President Bill Clinton in a combative discussion about his attempts to bring Osama Bin Laden to justice. He says his right-wing critics are giving President Bush a free pass.

Our interview with former president Bill Clinton. This week he hosted his second-annual Global Initiative Forum in New York. More than $7 billion was pledged to tackle some of the worst problems in developing countries, such as poverty, disease and climate change. As part of the conference, Mr. Clinton agreed to his first one-on-one interview ever on "Fox News Sunday."

The ground rules were simple: 15 minutes for our sit-down, split evenly between the global initiative and anything else we wanted to ask. But as you'll see now in the full, unedited interview, that's not how it turned out.

Mr. President, welcome to "Fox News Sunday."


MR. WALLACE: In a recent issue of The New Yorker, you say, quote, "I'm 60 years old, and I damn near died and I'm worried about how many lives I can save before I do die." Is that what drives you in your efforts to help in these developing countries?

PRESIDENT CLINTON: Yes. I really -- but I don't mean -- that sounds sort of morbid when you say it like that.

MR. WALLACE: No, you said it.
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No comments necessary. This one speaks for itself.

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Ganked from cgmp [Sep. 9th, 2006|10:16 am]
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(no subject) [Aug. 31st, 2006|10:40 am]
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