It’s amazing. I am speechless. Today is a new low for My America. I have just read and heard that the Democrats are responsible for oil’s sky high price. It is hard for me to even write the sentence without wanting to explode with the hypocracy. I keep looking on Drudgereport to see if Al Gore is being blamed by Osama for the proliferation of Madrassa’s. Does nobody understand the implications of drilling offshore and in Anwar. Let’s take away the environmental, tree hugger, global warming arguments and look at the facts. If drilling offshore or in Anwar were to get a green light as early as tomorrow, an impossibility, it would be years and years before any oil from these locations would hit the market. Furthermore, experts believe that these pipelines would reduce the cost of a gallon of oil by at most several pennies. Whooaaa, big %^&$ing deal.
The only people who really want drilling to continue are the ones getting rich off it. Those groups are split into two camps. One camp lives in various desserts in the Middle East hiding from predator drones and the other camp lives in mansions right here in My America. That’s right, Washington/Dallas and any other enclave where the Haliburton/Republican/Chevron (Republiburton) people live/summer/drill. Isn’t it ironic.
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Of course it’s a taste to come. Bush has bitten off more than he can chew. Screw Osama, Bush has blown up, gouged, and drilled Mother Nature and now she’s pissed. Really pissed. Oil rigs off the coast? ANWAR? Can you say flooding? Katrina? Forest fires? I can’t blame Bush for all of My America’s problems, or can I? It seems to me that this administration’s sole priorities can be boiled down to two issues. War and Oil. The irony is that we go to war for oil and in so doing make the very countries whom we are fighting in the Middle East richer. Though they spend $500,000 a minute on the war, Bush and his cronies do not want to spend a dime making investments in alternative energy. In hindsight, the cost that this has on our environment will be the gravest error of the Republican Administration. Fortunately Bush is almost done, out, gone forever. Lil Wayne wrote a diddy for Bush I thought you might enjoy:
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I know all those crazy liberals have been talking about global warming for years now. Heck, Al Gore has reinvented himself as Mr. Green running hell bent around the globe preaching about the polar ice caps and the French Alps and some island that is sinking and all fifty inhabitants that have to move. They talk about some Spanish wind, something like El Nina. What’s the big deal if a couple of hot days are just a little hotter? Who cares if some coral turns white? Do I really care if some spitting frog goes extinct?
Here in Crawford, there’s only two things that matter. The price of beef and oil. I don’t give bull’s balls if some atoll in Indonesia or God knows where begins to sink a couple of inches. Look at Venice, it’s still there. I don’t hear Gore or Michael Moore talking about Venice sinking. As far as I am concerned, if it doesn’t affect the US of A, then it doesn’t affect Texas. And if it doesn’t affect Texas, then it doesn’t affect me.
Mr. President, Rome is burning and you appear to have matches in your hand.
Massive evacuations ordered in California.
The evidence is overwhelming.
Has it ever been this dry in the South East?
Bush has done everything in his power to promote big business (his friends) and in so doing lay the groundwork for destroying the environment. When will he/they learn?
Bush’s EPA Nominee Has Relaxed Rules For Polluters, Weakened Clean Air Legislation
William Wehrum, President Bush’s nominee to head the EPA’s Office of Air and Radiation (OAR), has earned a reputation in Washington as “the behind-the-scenes architect” of some of the Bush administration’s most controversial initiatives. Some lowlights:
– Wehrum was a lead author of Bush’s “Clear Skies” legislation, which would have loosened emissions caps on dangerous airborne toxins.
– In 2002, while serving as OAR’s general counsel, Wehrum shepherded through a rule written by forest products industry lobbyists that relaxed the emission standards for formaldehyde. Wehrum had previously represented those same timber interests as a lobbyist.
– In 2004, Wehrum implemented new industry-friendly mercury guidelines that substantially weakened the Clean Air Act. Again, Wehrum’s former lobbying firm played an instrumental role in drafting the rule.
– Just this week, a draft of a new air pollution rule, drafted under the oversight of Wehrum, came under fire from congressional leaders. The proposal would allow polluters to discharge thousands of pounds of airborne toxins while “virtually avoiding regulation.“
“There are some monuments where the land is so widespread, they just encompass as much as possible. And the integral part of the – the precious part, so to speak, I guess all land is precious – but the part that the people uniformly would not want to spoil, will not be despoiled. But there are parts of the monument lands where we can explore without affecting the overall environment.”
— George Bush, March 13, 2001
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The size of a black hole is the size of the Schwarzschild radius. It is also called the event horizon. Once something is within this radius, it’s gone; it will inevitably fall into the singularity at the center of the black hole. To put this in perspective a black hole with the mass of the Earth would be less than two centimeters (just 0.7 inches) across!!* This is a huge hole. But, despite their enormous mass, we cannot see them from my America. So what is the largest hole we can see from my America? Ann Coulter’s mouth. Out of this amazingly large hole flows a never ending stream of garbage littered with even more garbage. I wonder which end of Anne produces the most garbage. I know where to put my money. Perhaps she is a Cnidarian, an organism which has an incomplete digestive system, meaning that one end has a mouth, and the opposite end has no opening from the gut. This would help to explain why so much *&$# comes out of her when she speaks. The following is a video showing the latest production of waste to dribble out of her:
She has now gone beyond a bombed out bombshell and just looks and sounds like a himbo.
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Documents obtained by the Oversight Committee depict widespread defects in fire detection systems, fire service mains, fire sprinklers, fire-proof construction materials, and electrical wiring throughout the Embassy complex. Other documents implicate the Managing Partner of First Kuwaiti, the prime contractor, in an illegal kickback scheme to obtain subcontracts under the Army’s multi-billion logistical support contract.
Sounds like all the other news coming out of Iraq. This complex is over 100 acres (larger than the vatican), almost ten times the size of a normal embassy. More striking is its price tag. At more than a billion dollars and growing more expensive every day. Oddly, or with this administration obviously, a Kuwaiti firm won the construction deal despite very competing bids from US contractors. Read about this here. This colossal beast is emblematic of the ongoing disaster in Iraq and you can read an interesting article here about why this, like the war, is destined to fail from the start.
Everything surrounding this massive, super secret compound has been shrouded in secrecy. Diplomats were even instructed not to mention the location of the new embassy. (The fifty cranes along the banks of the Tigris might have given that one away) I wonder what the reaction was when the computer-generated projections of the heavily fortified compound were posted here on the Web several months ago.
Quote for today:
“I heard somebody say, ‘Where’s Mandela?’ Well, Mandela’s dead. Because Saddam killed all the Mandelas.” –George W. Bush, on the former South African president, who is still very much alive, Washington, D.C., Sept. 20, 2007
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“Nothing in the petition even hints at a lack of guilt of the offense of disorderly conduct. Nothing in the record supports, in any way, a contention by the defendant, that in any of his dealings with (Prosecutor Christopher) Renz or with the court, he denied his guilt.” – Excerpts from Hennepin County Judge Charles Porter’s ruling on Thursday.
“I have seen that it is possible for me to work here (the Senate) effectively,” Craig said in a written statement today despite the fact that a judge ruled that he could not rescind his guilty plea in a men’s room sex sting.
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Update #1 – Cheney goes on secret ultra conservative mission.
In following with the creepy theme, I thought I would send you some highlights of a group meeting secretly on my America’s soil since 1981.
Membership is by invitation only.
Members are instructed not to refer to the organization by name.
Members are powerful figures, from the Religious Right and the anti-government, anti-tax wing of the ultra-conservative movement.
It’s membership list reads like a who’s who of the Republican right and many of their speakers and members are linked to Bushie.
Some have called this group the most elite and powerful collection of Republican leaders in the country.
According to this article, “In addition to obsessing over communist threats and buttressing white supremacist ideology, the CNP has included many members bent on replacing American democracy with theocracy.”
Go to their website here and read about this “club” and their plans for my America. Be prepared to be scared.
Why Thompson’s picture? Well, he is running for President and happened to give the council’s keynote speech this Spring. Read it here.
Here is a list of past members.
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Having lived with Bushie as my president for seven years, I thought I had gotten used to robots. I was wrong. Here is the first clip of automation that has ever scared me. It literally sent chills down my spine while watching. Cheney-like creepy.
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Please read the three zinging opening remarks made by Columbia University President Lee Bollinger, before allowing his guest to take the lectern.
“You are either brazenly provocative or astonishingly uneducated.”
“Mr. President, you exhibit all the signs of a petty and cruel dictator”
“Today, I feel all the weight of the modern civilized world yearning to express the revulsion at what you stand for.”
No, Bush was not speaking at Columbia yesterday, these remarks were the introduction for President Ahmadinejad of Iran. Let me preface this by saying that President Ahmadinejad appears to me to be a sociopath, a liar, unfit for office of any presidency, and absolutely frightening. Having said this, he was more poised, verbal, and interesting in his brief stage drama then Bush has been in seven years. I don’t know who came out of this debacle appearing worse, Lee Bollinger or President Ahmadinejad. Bollinger was not only over the top in his hammering of Ahmadinejad but also mistaken. He accused of Ahmadinejad of being a dictator. A cursory check up on Iranian politics might enlighten Bollinger to this near impossibility.
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Ahmadinejad took advantage of the inhospitable words. Below is what he said, notice the students applause at the end.
The rest of his talk was a fascinating rambling sometimes coherent, sometimes laughable, sometimes insane. Do yourself a favor and watch it or read the transcript.
“As you know, we don’t have relationships with Iran. I mean, that’s — ever since the late ’70s, we have no contacts with them, and we’ve totally sanctioned them. In other words, there’s no sanctions — you can’t — we’re out of sanctions.”- Bush discussing his policy with Iran.
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There are many things in nature that amaze me. Nature can be so incredibly beautiful. But a conundrum exists. Very often, the greatness of the beauty of nature is in direct correlation to the destructiveness. Huge snowstorms, monster waves, fire, tornadoes, etc. are incredibly alluring in their very nature but they kill thousands of people each year and destroy millions of dollars worth of infrastructure. Sometimes, things that appear one way are in fact quite different. This goes for humans as well. The man in the picture above looks like he may be receiving from Bushie a Grandpa of the year award. But no, this man is receiving the Presidential Metal of Freedom. Very interesting since he has been privately meeting with Bush and urging him repeatedly to bomb Iran immediately. This neo-conservative is the kind of person who has direct access to Bush. Kinda scary, don’t cha think. Read another article by a University Professor about Wolfowitz and Podhoretz.
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