Thursday, November 30, 2006

Thank You ReligiousRanters: This list Rocks ! YOU Still Suck.

Hey Homophobes, this is a wonderful service you haters have done for the entire American community, all the way down to gay friendly "straight, but not narrow" folks like we here at BushBlows.

God says: " Homophobes SUCK" . As much as Religious Racists ! Be they Christian, Jewish, Muslim or non-religious Atheist/Agnostic.


You are just today's
corrupt version of the deadly hate of America's recent past, differing only in degree. You are the great-grandchildren of the bible-thumping evil doers who often proudly posed next to the swinging body of a lynched, un-judged black man and often hung this pic alongside your beloved photo of Jesus. Those white supremist bible-believing racists of yesteryear are just todays scripture quoting homophobes. You-all prove that every day. You can't hate blacks anymore so you flipped to hating fags. Hate disguised as Religion is still HATE. And if you can put your weak minds around this; "God HATES Hate" .

I've included the entire page of links because I'm sure they'll go down soon as you figure out that this helps your "enemies" . Mother/Father God works in mysterious ways...

>>>Postcard (above) depicting the lynching of Lige Daniels, Center, Texas, USA, August 3, 1920. The back reads, "This was made in the court yard in Center, Texas. He is a 16 year old Black boy. He killed Earl's grandma. She was Florence's mother. Give this to Bud. From Aunt Myrtle."<<<)(now on to the advertised list...)

Pro-Homosexuality Resources

Homosexual Pedophilia Activists

Pro-Homosexuality Websites

Pro-Homosexuality Political Groups

Copyright © 2006 Americans for Truth. All Rights Reserved.

(HA HA )


Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Cool, "FirstFive" of Hundreds, maybe thousands-O-Bushits

Sure,,, there's only 5 FUCK UPS the Corporate MediaWhores (where did MediaWhoresOnline go?) could find to highlight at this time. Granted, they did say "fatal" , so that narrows it down. At least until Dems take control this January and restore investigation and accountability to Congress. I see this as the way to have the American majority demanding impeachment for every RePiglican that has held national office in the last 5 unconstitutional years.

a Tough Democrat we Love: Sen. Jim Webb-Va.

"...he was tempted to slug the commander-in-chief. "

On Capital Hill the other day, at a reception for newly elected members of Congress, Senator elect Webb tried to stay out of the Bushit sphere of evil. No pResidential reception line or photo opp with Dubya's mug was in Jim's plans that day. But...

The Lil' Dictator wasn't gonna have any avoidance of his Godly Wonderfulness so he planted his Holy ass in front of Mr. Webb and said:

"How's your boy?"

(Webb's son serves in the Bushit Iraq civil war)

Senator Webb: "I'd like to get them out of Iraq (lies-o-bush started this bloody conflict) , Mr. President."

bush: "That's not what I asked you (mr. 'uniter' , showing his testy, petty side) , How's your boy?"

Senator Webb: "That's between me and my boy, Mr. President." (as usual, the dumbfuck-in-chief had no reply (to honest directness) and... Cue music. We lived happily ever after. Although happy to me woulda ended with Webb following thru on his violent but understandable American impulse.)


Peace Sign Heros

Peace sign wreath STAYS. Idiot "deciders" in hiding.


Monday, November 27, 2006

Why fight in Daddy's War when you can PARTY?

Being able to run naked in more than one language?
$1000's of taxpayer dollars

Not having the manners of a former Frat Boy"?
sad, very sad

And when you are the pResident's drunken kids and you're harming America's image abroad?


( Jenna Bush and not Jenna Bush pictured at party last year)


is Mormon Mitt Fit ?

" I don't know,,,Davey."

I wonder, would America elect a Wiccan for Prez? How 'bout a guy or gal who practices Hinduism, would that fly? Most likely Not.

It may have something to do with some of their beliefs such as many Gods and well, many Gods, respectively.

Questions about Mitt Romney, Mormonism and the Oval Office are a natural part of any thinking American's process to choose our next Leader. I had and have many questions about bush, Kerry and all politicians who wear their religion on their sleeve. The reason is; I do not need anybody telling me what to do with MY life. Specially any fool who "...can't even run his own life, I'll be Damned if he'll run mine..." as the song Sunshine says. Shine a light, and I may follow. Loudly, cynically and rudely try sell me anything (such as your religiopolitical FlipFlops) , and I'll oppose you to the end.

Now there are some who will go into bigotry to make a point and that is their burden to carry, not mine. I think satire combined with straight news is a great way to learn, discover and illustrate an issue. Can you say: "The Daily Show" ?


When religious Extremists Attack...

Gee, I didn't know that symbols of Peace & the Holidays were considered to be protest and/or satanic. Guess I have a lot to learn. Maybe it's that since bush was "sent by God" and the bloody Iraq Civil War is the BushitIdiot's "greatest" creation; it follows that Peace is Anti-bush/Anti-God. Get it?
I wonder how many thousands of these go up around America? On houses and cars. Thanks to the Nutty Nannies.
Happy Holidays to All...(sane people)


Sunday, November 26, 2006

You can't Protest a War without music...

Dance On, KennyBoy...
Wow, I did not know there were So many songs protesting the Bushit Idiot's Iraq Civil War !

Top Ten (as of 11/26/06)
1.Where Do We Go For Love - Freddie Fry
2.Bring Em On - John Hughes
3.Smokescreen - Andrew Bayuk
4.Save The USA - Andrew Bayuk
5.We'll Buy A Flag - Robert Morgan Fisher
6.The Beat of the Drum - Paul H Watters
7.Time Will Come - Tol-Puddle Martyrs
8.Jester King - Robert Morgan Fisher
9.Nero - Lost Art
10.When Your Soldier Comes Back Home - Martha Ann Brooks

When the Village Idiot speaks "for" America

I can't think of a thing to add to this other than...
(hat tip: )

>>>May I Quote You, Mr. President?

A selection of 50 quotes from President George W. Bush, for entertainment or meditation
by Prof. Rodrigue Tremblay

November 19, 2006

(the Top Ten)

•A man lost in his geography:
1-"We have a firm commitment to NATO, we are a part of NATO. We have a firm commitment to Europe. We are a part of Europe."
George W. Bush
2-"It's time for the human race to enter the solar system."
George W. Bush
3-"The vast majority of our imports come from outside the country."
George W. Bush

•A man lost in his logic:
4-" It isn't pollution that's harming the environment.
It's the impurities in our air and water that are doing it. "
George W. Bush
5-"Families is where our nation finds hope, where wings take dream."
George W. Bush
6-"These people are trying to shake the will of the Iraqi citizens, and they want us to leave...I think the world would be better off if we did leave..."
George W. Bush
7-"I know how hard it is for you to put food on your family."
George W. Bush
8-"If we don't succeed, we run the risk of failure."
George W. Bush
9-"Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we."
George W. Bush
10-Well, I think if you say you're going to do something and don't do it, that's trustworthiness.
George W. Bush

•And, last but not least, CONSIDERING THE MESS IN IRAQ:
50-“I don’t have the foggiest idea about what I think about international, foreign policy.”
George W. Bush

Rodrigue Tremblay is professor emeritus of economics at the University of Montreal and a frequent contributor to Global Research. He is the author of 'The New American Empire'. The above article was first published on Professor Tremblay's blog site at:


Thursday, November 23, 2006

Something I am Thankful for today

A wonderful example of a man's journey into knowledge

I recently discovered this natural history illustrator, Olduvai George ; aka: Carl Buell. He has one of the most interesting and inspiring non-political blogs I've come across. He's the nicest and most talented man I've ever learned from, while not realizing that I'm learning, discovering and growing. Whether that makes sense or not, check this man's stuff out, you will be glad you did.



Wednesday, November 22, 2006

FINAL "F" ing LY, it's Democratic, NOT Democrat Party!

One Syllable of Civility

By Ruth Marcus

Wednesday, November 22, 2006; Page A21

If he wanted to, President Bush could change the tone in Washington with a single syllable: He could just say "ic." That is, he could stop referring to the opposition as the "Democrat Party" and call the other side, as it prefers, the Democratic Party.
The derisive use of "Democrat" in this way was a Bush staple during the recent campaign. "There are people in the Democrat Party who think they can spend your money far better than you can," he would say in his stump speech, or, "Raising taxes is a Democrat idea of growing the economy," or, "However they put it, the Democrat approach in Iraq comes down to this: The terrorists win and America loses."

But even as he promised to work to change the tone in Washington after the elections, the president couldn't manage to change his language. In his day-after-the-elections news conference, Bush employed this needling locution five times. "This morning, I spoke with Republican and Democrat leadership in the House and Senate," he began, adding, "it is clear the Democrat Party had a good night last night." That was followed by references to "Democrat leaders," "Democrat leadership" and "Democrat votes," as in, "We got some tax cuts passed with Democrat votes." Geez, you'd think he'd at least give them the -ic when they vote for his tax cuts.
The president isn't alone in his adjectival aversion to "Democratic" when it comes to the party. The provenance of the sneering label "Democrat Party" stretches back to the Harding administration. William Safire traced an early usage to Harold Stassen, who was managing Wendell Willkie's 1940 campaign against Franklin D. Roosevelt. A party run by political bosses, Stassen told Safire for a 1984 column, "should not be called a 'Democratic Party.' It should be called the 'Democrat party.' "
Democrat Party was used, pardon the phrase, liberally by Wisconsin Sen. Joseph McCarthy. According to the Columbia Guide to Standard American English, " Democrat as an adjective is still sometimes used by some twentieth-century Republicans as a campaign tool but was used with particular virulence" by McCarthy, "who sought by repeatedly calling it the Democrat party to deny it any possible benefit of the suggestion that it might also be democratic." The word also achieved a prominent run with Bob Dole's especially ugly reference to "Democrat wars" during the 1976 vice presidential debate.
But Democrat-as-epithet has seen its fullest flowering -- on talk radio, among congressional leaders and, more than with any of his predecessors, from the president himself -- during the recent Republican heyday. As Hendrik Hertzberg pointed out in the New Yorker in August, the conservative Web site takes pains to scrub Associated Press copy "to de-'ic' references" to the party.
There is, I concede, a trivial, sticks-and-stones quality to this linguistic bickering. "Two thousand, eight hundred, forty-seven votes in Montana may break your control," the Democrats might taunt the GOP, "but names will never hurt us." As any parent who's ever had to mediate between squabbling siblings could tell them, "He's only doing it because he knows it bothers you. If you don't respond to him, he'll stop." After all, Democrats, what's so terrible about being called Democrat, small "d" or large?
But as a matter of simple politeness -- something the Bush family is famously good at -- it's rude to call people by a term that makes them bristle, even a seemingly innocuous one. There's also something grating and coarse-sounding about this abbreviated appellation, like saying "Jew" instead of "Jewish." It is, conservative wordsmith William F. Buckley wrote in National Review in 2002, "offensive to the ear."
And with reason: It's intended to be. Republican -- Publican? -- politicians drop the -ic both to annoy the opposition and to diminish the big-D Democrats' claim to the small-d democratic virtues. " 'Democrat Party' is a slur, or intended to be -- a handy way to express contempt," Hertzberg wrote. "At a slightly higher level of sophistication, it's an attempt to deny the enemy the positive connotations of its chosen appellation."
In the few weeks since the election, the president has followed up his syrupy rhetoric of cooperation with a series of face slaps: pushing the doomed nomination of John Bolton to be ambassador to the United Nations, resubmitting the equally doomed nominations of a quartet of offensive judicial selections and naming a physician to head the federal family planning program who works for clinics that refuse to offer birth control.
So it's probably naive to give any credence to the presidential happy talk and blue ties. But if, just maybe, the president wants to do more than pay lip service to the notion of a new tone in Washington, he could start by just paying lip service.


(Until "they" call us the Democratic Party ,,,RePigliKKKans can Go to HELL !)


"...Who is going to be the last soldier to die for a mistake?"
John Kerry

Rangel Is Right


Charlie Rangel is angry about the Iraq war, the one that Henry Kissinger has told us we can't win. Thanks, Henry, but most Americans figured that out before you did. Rangel saw combat in Korea. Kissinger has only seen combat on TV. That might have something to do with why Kissinger thinks our troops should stay in Iraq even though we can't win.

Kissinger says that if we leave now, all hell will break loose and Iraq will never achieve stability. Never mind that all hell has already broken loose. Never mind that Kissinger said the same thing would happen if we left Vietnam--all hell would break loose and Vietnam would never achieve stability. Vietnam has become so stable that Presidents Clinton and Bush, both combat cowards during the Vietnam war, have made well publicized, utterly safe visits to the country Kissinger used to think didn't have a chance without us.
In my one conversation with Kissinger, which occurred on TV, I asked him if he knew anyone who got killed in Vietnam. He was completely thrown. He doesn't go on TV to be asked such small-minded questions, he goes on TV to pontificate and TV interviewers are happy to let him do it. Kissinger sputtered and ran away from the question, leaving the distinct impression that he did not know anyone who was killed in the war he managed. His memoir of the period does not mention a single casualty. If you have ever stood at the Vietnam Memorial and run your hand over the name of a relative on the wall, as my mother and I did last month, you can get as angry as Charlie Rangel does about people like Kissinger deciding how long our soldiers should be exposed to enemy fire in a war we know we can't win.
Rangel announced on Sunday that he wants to reinstate the draft. He said the same thing a few years ago but quickly let on that he wasn't serious. He's playing it straight this time and has already introduced a bill. Local New York TV news has given Rangel saturation coverage. You can see his anger and frustration building each time he answers another reporter's question about the draft. The point he keeps repeating is: "There's no question in my mind that this president and this administration would never have invaded Iraq, especially on the flimsy evidence that was presented to the Congress, if indeed we had a draft and members of Congress and the administration thought that their kids from their communities would be placed in harm's way."
Rangel could never get such attention to that message without introducing his bill. Nancy Pelosi should let it come to a vote. She should let the House debate the draft. Let the Republicans give speeches listing all the good reasons why we should have a volunteer Army. But let's hear Rangel's speech about how the burden of war is not fairly shared in this country. Let's get America thinking about exactly who is being left in the line of fire in the war Americans have turned against and know we can't win. Let's get America thinking about John Kerry's line about Vietnam--who is going to be the last soldier to die for a mistake? A real debate on the draft will do that. Don't worry, the bill has no chance of passing.
Well over 95% of Americans, including Congress and White House staff, have no personal connection to this war--no relative or friend serving in Iraq. Over 99% of us have made no sacrifice for this war--we have not paid one more penny of taxes nor shed a drop of family blood. One of my military relatives thinks of it this way: "The American military is at war, but America is not at war."
Advocating war is easier when you and your family are not endangered by it. I've reached a Rangel-like breaking point with my TV pundit colleagues who championed the Iraq war and now say we can't leave even if we went there for the wrong reasons. For every one of them, I have a simple question: Why aren't you in Iraq? Or why did you avoid combat in your generation's war? The one unifying characteristic that all of us men in make-up on political chat shows share is fear of combat. Every one of us has done everything we can to avoid combat or even being fitted for a military uniform. Just like George Bush, Bill Clinton, and Dick Cheney, we are all combat cowards. It takes a very special kind of combat coward to advocate combat for others. It's the kind of thing that can get you as angry as Charlie Rangel.

Lawrence O'Donnell

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