Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Farewell and don’t let the door hit you in the ass
The TEXAS IDIOT returns to his village!

Today we saw the end of a FAILED and CORRUPT administration and the end of it’s wrong headed and backward looking policies. Finally, after eight long years we have come to the end of the road for the Bush Regime.

When George W. Bush came into office and claimed the mantle of Commander and Chief FALSELY, he inherited a nation at relative peace and prosperity. Now he heads into fitting OBSCURITY headed back to the cultural backwater from which he crawled out of leaving the country in ruins. He entered the office of President as the BIBLE BANGING Right said "God’s Choice" and was hailed as a CEO Prez by the Backward looking and Misguided Right Wing and now we see that whatever god it was he listened to he got the WRONG advice and has thoroughly RAN THE COUNTRY INTO THE GROUND economically as he did with every business he ever touched in the private sector

Also, today, I feel as many do, that America after looking backwards for so long and languishing so long in TECHNOLOGICAL inertia has finally and officially entered the DIGITAL AGE. With the inauguration of President Obama we also leave behind the PETTY grievances of the Baby Boomer/Hanoi Jane/ Vietnam era and move forward into the unknown that is the future. But unlike the past and especially the recent past that was overseen by this inarticulate nitwit and his evil handlers we as a nation embrace the future with optimism and refuse to cower in fear even with the monumental mess left to us by G.W.Bush/Cheney.

As long as I live, and I hope that I live longer than anybody Dumb enough to still think Bush was anything special, I will always declare my contempt for Bush/Cheney and point out fact by fact what a failure this administration was and how they were wrong on everything as they brought this great country to the brink of irretrievable ruin.

I would say goddamn G.W. Bush, but even now the history is being written that he was a failed president and leader. I could wish the EVIL GOP the worst, but then again Bush being who he was has destroyed the party of Reagan and the tactics of Karl Rove has lost “AT LEAST” a generation of voters.

So, my friends with very little written in the past year, as we have seen the country come to the realization of what I declared on July 4, 2005 i.e. that Bush was a fraud and an incompetent imposter. I bid good riddance to Bush and Cheney and wish them a tormented retirement and I wish God Speed and help to our new Commander and Chief, as he will need it to heal the nation and fix the damage done by Bush.

God Bless America and God Bless our enduring Democracy!

Thursday, January 03, 2008

Happy New Year…the LAST YEAR OF BUSH!!!

Yes, after a VERY LONG HIATUS your favorite AMERICAN CITIZEN, number one domestic malcontent, hater of all things BUSH/CHENEY/Evil GOP has returned. First thing that I would like to say is of course, SEE.. I TOLD YA SO!!!

Can there be any doubt in the mind of the Dimmest GOP supporting Red STATE Inbred that Bush has taken the country to a worse place than he found it????? Say what you will about Slick Willie, but I’m sure that the majority of Americans look upon him and his presidency as not all that bad and kinda wished it would return.

Yes, my friends Der Shrubben Fuhrer with his direct HOT line to the Christian GOD has driven the country into the ground financially with the most bankruptcies and foreclosures than we as a nation have seen since the Great Depression.

UNDER BUSH MILLIONS of good paying American jobs UNDER HIS WATCH have been sent overseas.

UNDER BUSH our southern border has been overrun by Illegals.

UNDER BUSH and his cadre of liars and Neo Cons an unnecessary war under false pretenses was initiated (i.e. Iraq) and has cost the lives of THOUSANDS of Americans and has and is costing the country BILLIONS OF $$$$$ as the war itself has no END IN SIGHT!!!

UNDER BUSH and Cheney a war against Al Qaeda and the Taliban was fought in Afghanistan and now even as the war has been over 5+ years Afghanistan still lays in ruins, the narcotics trade there is stronger than ever, the Taliban and Al Qaeda have reunited and ONCE AGAIN control large portions of Afghanistan.


UNDER BUSH the average American and FUTURE GENERATIONS owe their collective Asses to India and China for our National Debt.

UNDER BUSH the average American is worse off fanancially than they were when he took office.

UNDER BUSH New Orleans and the coast of Louisiana and Mississippi still lay in ruins two years after Katrina. Remember that one?? Our Beloved Nimrod was on a FIVE WEEK VACATION at the time???

UNDER BUSH the civil liberties of the average American has been undermined and the Constitution, the foundation of our great Republic, has been used as Toilet Paper!!!

UNDER BUSH a CIA agent was OUTTED by members of his administration and the one that took the bullet for it i.e. SCOOTER LIBBY was later pardoned by BUSH.

UNDER BUSH the cost of Oil and Gas are at an ALL TIME HIGH..funny how that happens when you have two OIL MEN in the White House.


Just think, when the GOPS' CEO PRESIDENT stole the election way back in 2000 he and the Evil GOP had ALL the answers, but now with the passing of time we see that ALL their answers were either FLAT WRONG or just one of MANY LIES that they and their surrogates have put forth since the beginning.

So friends with that and more that could be said I will say once again HAVE YA HAD ENOUGH YET???? Cause if you haven’t we still have a little over a year left of this inarticulate Nitwit and his myriad of bad decisions that we as a nation will be suffering with FOR DECADES TO COME.


Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Bush's farewell Tantrum

A story in The New York Times makes it clear White House officials are giving off-the-record interviews designed to dampen expectations regarding Iraq. These officials are saying that the administration will make no interim reports on the situation until September, and that in any event people shouldn't expect much in the way of military or political progress by then.
This is a welcome dose of realism after months of optimistic statements from the Bush administration, claiming we would know by the end of the summer if the latest troop escalation was "working." As Lt. Gen. David Petraeus, the commander of the American military in Iraq has emphasized, the kind of counterinsurgency campaign his troops are now fighting takes years to "work" in any meaningful sense, assuming it ever does.

Of course the purpose of this ratcheting down of expectations is to try to forestall the political firestorm over Iraq that gets closer with every passing month. That effort is almost certainly doomed to fail: Six months from now things in Iraq are likely to look very much as they do now. Furthermore, the odds that any marked change will be for the worse are far higher than it will be for the better (in a context like Iraq, real progress takes years under the best of circumstances, while all-out chaos is always just around the corner).
The hard political reality is that anything like "success" in Iraq, even as that term is defined down to levels that would have seemed wildly pessimistic when President Bush gave his "Mission Accomplished" speech four years ago, will require several more years of all-out commitment. That commitment will cost, at a minimum, the lives of several thousand more of our troops, along with tens of thousands of serious injuries, and hundreds of billions more tax dollars.

And of course this immense sacrifice might very well fail to achieve even the relatively modest goals the White House is now pursuing (the word "victory" has become noticeably absent from the president's speeches).

Whatever one thought of the original decision to invade Iraq, the political question the nation now faces could not be clearer: Should we ask our troops to continue to fight this war, and our children to pay for it through future tax increases? (The option of paying for it ourselves would require some sacrifice on the part of the average voter, so it never seems to have been considered seriously).

The American people have already answered that question, and their answer is "No." The Republicans lost 30 Congressional seats in last fall's election, while the Democrats lost none, largely because the American people were voting against the war. Every opinion poll shows that, by large majorities, Americans support the efforts of Democrats to force President Bush to begin withdrawing our troops.

That pressure will only grow. As increasingly panicky Republicans are all too aware, this is still a democracy, which means America will begin to withdraw from Iraq no later than January of 2009, even if bringing this about requires an electoral rout of the Republican Party in November of next year.

In the end, President Bush's failure to heed the will of the people isn't so much an act of principle, but rather an outburst of sheer peevishness. With Democrats in control of Congress, he's no longer getting a blank check to fund his military adventures. He finds this frustrating, so he's stamping his foot, covering his ears, and taking his party down with him.
All this is exactly what one would expect in the way of a political farewell gesture from a spoiled rich kid who never grew up. Future generations of historians will note George W. Bush made a mess of every real job he ever had - and, unfortunately for America, the presidency of the United States proved to be no exception.

Paul Campos is a professor of law at the University of Colorado.

Monday, March 05, 2007

Dick Cheney under the microscope:
Libby trial has cast a rare shaft of light into the U.S. vice president's dark world

Dick Cheney has never been a great fan of open government. His staff refuses to reveal how many people work in his office, let alone what they do there. He went to court to keep the membership of his energy commission secret. You can find the White House and the Pentagon on Google Earth. But the vice president's official residence is pixelated out.

Which makes the trial of Cheney's former chief of staff, Lewis (Scooter) Libby, all the more notable. The defence finally decided against calling Cheney to testify. But nevertheless the trial, which is now reaching its final stages, has cast a rare shaft of light on the vice president's dark world. His handwritten notes have been projected on giant screens. His bureaucratic fingerprints have been examined in the smallest detail.

It has always been clear that Cheney is an exceptionally powerful vice president. He has the largest vice presidential staff in history (an estimated 14 national security advisers compared with Al Gore's four, for example), and vassals in most branches of government. But the trial has given a sense of how that power operates on a day-to-day basis.

The two characteristics that have emerged most clearly are ruthlessness and obsessive attention to detail. Cheney was clearly determined to punish Joseph Wilson for casting doubt on some of the administration's claims about WMD. (Wilson wrote an article in The New York Times claiming that, during an official visit to Niger in 2002, he had found no evidence that Saddam Hussein had tried to purchase nuclear material from the country.)

And from the moment he cut Wilson's article out of The New York Times and scrawled notes all over it, Cheney devoted a striking amount of energy to the administration's offensive against him.

According to Libby and a former PR aide, he dictated talking points for press officers to use. He discussed the case several times a day with Libby, told him to deal directly with selected reporters, and instructed him to leak a sensitive document. Libby's leaks are what landed him in trouble: he disclosed that Wilson's wife, Valerie Plame, was a CIA agent, which is potentially a crime, though he is being tried not for that but for giving misleading evidence when questioned.

Why was Cheney so obsessed with Wilson? Wilson was a retired ambassador who had been peddling the story of his trip to Niger around town for months. Cheney's office had difficulty in getting chosen reporters to tune into its arguments; indeed, but for Cheney worrying at it like a dog at a bone, Wilson's article would have been long forgotten.

One possible explanation is that Cheney knew that the administration's claims about WMD were false. But it seems unlikely. Cheney continued to argue that Saddam possessed WMD long after Bush had backed down. His problem was not that he was lying, but that he was so convinced that Saddam possessed WMD that he could not see evidence to the contrary.
The other, more probable, explanation is that Cheney was engaged in a personal vendetta, and that this was vicious inside-the-Beltway politics, not grand trickery.

Indeed, one of the most striking things about the trial is that it demonstrates just how much of a creature of Washington Cheney really is. He may present himself as a plain-spoken son of Wyoming who eventually went on to become the no-nonsense CEO of a global company. But in reality he is the quintessential Washingtonian.

He started his career as a failed academic, dropping out of Yale after a few terms and never completing his PhD at the University of Wisconsin. But he flourished when he came to Washington: attracting the attention of Donald Rumsfeld, rapidly climbing the greasy pole, and becoming Gerald Ford's chief of staff at the age of 34. He had found his perfect milieu.
During his years as an insider he has acquired the typical habits of mind of veteran Washingtonians: an obsession with spin and gossip, including an over-inflated sense of the importance of newspaper articles; a hypersensitive nose for threats; and, it would appear, a determination to destroy his enemies by whatever means necessary.

He began his career in the White House by conspiring with Donald Rumsfeld to sideline the vice president, Nelson Rockefeller, and to rein in Henry Kissinger (who then combined the jobs of secretary of state and head of the National Security Council). If Libby's evidence is anything to go by, he has been conspiring and maneuvering ever since.

It was also during the Ford administration that Cheney seems to have acquired a profound distrust of the CIA. He became convinced that the CIA was underestimating the Soviet military buildup. He lent his support to something called "Team B," a group of foreign policy experts who made it their business to second-guess the CIA over the Soviet threat.
Cheney's distrust of the CIA grew even stronger in the 1990s, when he concluded that the agency had misjudged Saddam's military capabilities in the run-up to the first Gulf War. He relied on his own intelligence sources -- the latter-day equivalent of Team B -- and made repeated visits to the CIA headquarters in Langley to interrogate officers there on their intelligence.

Wilson was thus a ready-made target for Cheney: an Iraq war skeptic who had been sent to Niger by a notoriously soft agency and who tried to ventilate his views in the newspapers.
All this still leaves the biggest question unanswered. Where did Cheney get his fervor from? The average Washington insider is a consummate trimmer. Cheney comes across as a man firmly in the grip of an ideology. It will take more than the Scooter Libby trial to explain him fully. But at least Americans have learned a little bit more about the power behind King George's throne.

Taken from the Hamilton Spectator http://www.hamiltonspectator.com/

Sunday, January 21, 2007

Message the Democratic Leadership

I know, I know, this blogg has complained about the policies of The Texan Nero and his Republican fools, but now that the Dem’s are in power, what advice does the Beachboy and friends give to Nancy and Harry! So here it is “Read it and Weep”

Break the foreign policy axis of evil, the pro Israeli lobbyists and friends, the Evangelical Christian Coalition, and the Oil Oligopoly which are responsible for our foreign policy in the Middle East: The question of “why they hate us” will be evident!!

Break the foreign policy stranglehold that pushed this country into this Middle East fiasco, by my version of “the axis of evil” connecting pro Israel Americans, their evangelical Christian supporters and the Bush administration (representing of course the Oil Goons mainly from Texas. http://www.iht.com/articles/2006/11/13/news/israel.php , Before Nero came to power this axis evil al though very powerful, never used their influence overtly to cause such a mess around the world. After all, most of the world, including a few Middle Eastern countries, liked and respected us, but now well we all know the story.

By conducting congressional hearings, the American public may understand the real reason for going to war in Iraq. As indicated many times in this blogg, our invasion of Iraq was based on two hidden agenda by this axis of evil, 1.) Secure the world’s third largest oil reserves for an Oil oligopoly (cartel) http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/010707B.shtml ), and 2) insure superiority of the Zionists to rule all the lands from Iraq to Egypt. The Oil cartel is no different than the Mexican or Columbian drug cartel, except of course the Oil Goon’s shenanigans are legal, and they have their men Bush and Chaney at the helm doing their heavy lifting.

The Zionist and the Christian Coalition believe that God promised ALL the Jewish peoples of the world the lands of the Middle East no matter where they have lived for the past hundreds if not thousands of years. Their theory is that Jews (regardless of their country of origin) are God’s the chosen people!! The indigence Arabs living there are not God’s chosen people, are second-class citizens, terrorists and all responsible for 9/11! Let us not forget the two most loyal supporters of the Texan Nero, the right wing Christian Evangelists, the Oil Oligopoly and you throw in the half a million pro-Israeli lobbyist and their US corporate media mouth pieces, you have a guarantee in wining two elections as a president. Karl Rove is not so stupid!

Make sure Nero and company doesn’t expand the war in the Middle East. Stop the expansion of our operations in Iraq; in fact force Nero to begin to pull troops out of Iraq. Stop any talk of expanding the Middle East war to Iran and Syria

The fight between the US and Moslem world is not religious but of political and economical one http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/6145522.stm, Most Arabs believe that the US and Israel wants to own (or control through puppet governments) all their lands above the ground and the western Oil Goons own their natural resources below! http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/010807A.shtml . The invasion of Iraq and Nero’s desire to invade both Syria and Iran authenticates, the Arab view and most importantly the global view that we aim to rule the peoples of the Middle East. I doubt that the majority of Israelis want their government to go to Syria and Iran especially with the “black eye” their military took by trying to re-occupy Lebanon. All good people (including the majority of Israelis) want to live in peace however as is in this country, the right wing in Israel control their politics. The Israeli the right-wing parties doesn’t want peace with the Palestinians http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/6157144.stm but more land.

Congress should flush out the reasons behind Nero’s change of management in conducting the war http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/010907L.shtml . It is obvious to this blogg that this change fits in with Bushes desires to deliver the agenda of for his axis of evil, a pay back for his two term victory as a president. He thinks invading Iran and Syria will give more oil to his pals and make Israel safer http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/010807R.shtml

Saddam the tyrant that he was, at least stopped Iraq in going through a sectarian civil war. It is obvious that our invasion of Iraq, started this civil war, while we may know how to start a civil war, history has shown that we are not good at stopping civil wars as was the case in Lebanon, Somalia and other places.

The war in Iraq is over, we lost, regardless of the reasons (Democracy, WMD, Israel, Oil, etc.). If over 90% of Iraqis believe the country was better before the invasion with Saddam at the helm, and the same percentage doesn’t want a troop increase but actually want the Americans leave, why are we there? http://www.iht.com/articles/2007/01/11/opinion/edgvosdev.php It is time to pack our bags and leave! It is time to look for a regional solution to this problem, and begin to withdraw our troops to show the peoples of the world that we have no desire to own and re-shape the Middle East in our own image.

The only success we had in stopping a civil war was in the Balkans; where the peoples there did not feel we have a permanent interest in occupying their lands. By putting more troops in Iraq, the indigence peoples of the Middle East will continue to believe that we want to permanently occupy and/or control them through their pro-American puppet leaders. More Americans will die, and more Arabs and Iranians will join their Jihad against us. Remember Vietnam, http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/6245851.stm , we had another Texas cowboy, Lyndon Johnson who increased our involvement there, causing more death and destruction to all involved in the fighting and ultimately our defeat. Let us not allow this Texas cowboy to do the same!

Bring democracy to our media. Our democracy will greatly suffer if the information provided to our citizen continues to be delivered by four or five corporate entities with their hidden agendas. Have hearings to open up the air-waves to others, or open access to foreign broadcasters so we can view what others in glob are watching:

One of the reasons the public supported the march to war in Iraq, was because our corporate media was so pro war, never questioning the validity of Bushes arguments. It is time to engage the world, let our people really see what other peoples, feel and think about our actions! – Bring democracy the airwaves, instead of letting a bunch of corporate media type’s spoon feed information to us that benefits them http://www.iht.com/articles/2006/11/19/opinion/edpintak.php . If we call ourselves a free nation, why isn’t our public free to watch whatever we want? Eleanor Roosevelt once said “The American People will always make the right choice, if given ALL information”.

The Imperial Presidency is not good for our democracy and must be stopped.
(http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/010807J.shtml )

Start hearings on The Texan Nero’s power grab - http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/111406M.shtml, look at impeachment scenarios, never mind the political chaos it will cause, future administration should be warned never lie to get us into a war of choice for dubious causes, risk our freedom which has been guaranteed by our constitution, break international and domestic laws because a president can! Transparency must be brought back to our government. This president is a zealot and a bully; he doesn’t care about separation of powers guaranteed in our constitution nor public opinion as evident by sending more troops to Iraq, or with his desires to wire-tap anyone, read our mail, find out what books we read etc.

The continued draining of our treasury to feed the military industrial complex will not only make us go broke by our continued barrowing, but is it bad for our democracy because too much power is held by a few very synclinal corrupt a people.

We need oversight for the biggest military industrial complex ever! http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/111406F.shtml

The Pentagon will insure that we will remain in a perpetual state of war, until stopped by our citizens. http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/010807H.shtml , after all with billions and soon trillions of dollars to play why should they stop spending our hard earned tax dollars, if they are not held accountable. Rest assures that the shameless; Republican Party will never stop them, but continue to feed their quest for world domination. It is a nice little game they are playing with our tax dollars, they continue to build new more destructive weapons, then our enemies and allies will have to respond by building theirs, then they come to congress for more money to counter our enemies build up and so on. They will always find an enemy because without an enemy their power and reach will decrease. History has shown that power full militaries never reduce their power internally but from an external person or organization. Are we a real democracy? Is our military industrial complex so powerful that we cannot curtail their powers?

I hope the Democrats are listening! The Beachboy

Sunday, January 07, 2007

Who created the tyrant Saddam Hussein?

The following are a chronology of titled “Life and times of Saddam Hussein” as written by New Sunday Times of Malaysia on December 31,2006. The Times is one of the three main news papers of Malaysia.

April 25, 1937 Born to an impoverished farming family in Awja, Sunni Arab Village near Tikrit. Father abandons family before his birth.

1947: Flees from Abusive stepfather to live with uncle.

July 1952 Egypt’s Gamal Abdel Nasser becomes political inspiration to young Saddam after toppling his country’s British-installed King Faruk 1

July 1957 Saddam joins uprising against British-backed King Faisal 11 of Iraq becomes militant in pan-Arab secular Baath Party

1958 Iraq’s monarchy overthrown in cop led by Brig Abdul-Karim Qasim and Col Abdul-al-Salam Muhammad Arif. Royal family murdered in orgy of bloodshed. Rise of Communist-backed Qasim threatens Western oil interests and the country’s role in Cold War with Soviet Union.

1959 Saddam wounded when US backed attempt to assassinated Qasim fails. Saddam lees to Syria, Lebanon and finally Egypt with the help of the US CIA

1962 Marries his cousin Sajida, while in exile, enrolls in Cairo law school- all expenses paid by the US

February 1963 Qasim killed in CIA-sponsored coup by Baath Party. Saddam – now head of al-Jihaz al-Khas, secret intelligence apparatus of Baath Party –presides over mass executions of suspected communists. Arif becomes president until his elder brother succeeds him in 1966

1964 Baath Party collapses, Saddam detained until his escape in 1967. While in prison Saddam is elected as deputy secretary-general of Baath Party.

July 1968: Leads revolt that restores Baath to power. Saadam becomes power behind president Ahmed Hassan al-Bakr.

July 16, 1979 Saddam pushed Bakr aside to become head of state. Appoints many close family members to power.

September 22 1980 Iraqi troops invade Iran, where Islamic revolution has toppled US-backed Shah. Saddam boasts he will be in Teheran within three days, resulting a war that lasts eight years which killed millions of people.

1982 US government removes Iraq from list of alleged sponsors of terrorism, enabling Saddam to buy American helicopters. Iraq rapidly becomes world’s largest retail purchaser of arms with US supplying up to US1.5 billion worth of weapons by 1990.

1983-84 President Ronald Reagan twice sends his Middle East envoy Donald Rumsfeld, to Baghdad. US Administration says defeat of Iraq in “contrary to US interests”. During second visit, UN report that Saddam is using mustard gas and Tabun nerve agent against the Iranian soldiers.

March 16 1988 Saddam’s forces accuse of killing some 5,000 people in Kurdish town of Jalabja by poison gas.

August 20 1988 US-sponsored ceasefire agreed. Iraq left with war debts of US$30 billion to its Arab backers of Iran invasion, including US$14 billion loaned by Kuwait.

August 1990 Iraq invades Kuwait over long-standing territorial dispute. Saddam accuses Kuwait of keeping oil prices low and violating Iraqi boarder to pump oil from disputed Rumaila oil field. US Security Council imposes sanctions on Baghdad.

Feb 1991 US-led international alliance drives Saddam’s army out of

March 1991 Saddam uses his Republican Guard to ruthlessly crush rebellion by Shias in southern Iraq and Kurds in north. US first encourage the both rebellion but fails to send support. Tens of thousands of civilians are killed.

April: Iraq accepts terms of UN Security Council resolution 687 which demands dismantling of WMD and payment of war reparations. Disputes over compliance lead to successive crises and keep sanctions in place for years.

1997 CIA reports that Iraqi armies have shrunk by half since 1991.

Jan 30, 2002 President George W. Bush brands Iraq, along with Iran, and North Korea, part of an “axis of evil” armed with WMD and supporting terrorism.

March 20, 2003 US and Britain invades Iraq, claiming Saddam has failed to comply with UN demands to get rid of WMD. No evidence is later found of such weapons.

April 9 US forces sweep into Baghdad to ecstatic welcome. Saddam’s 24 year rule crumbles into chaos.

July 22 Saddam’s two sons Uday and Qusay, killed by US forces in Mosul.

December 14 Saddam captured in hiding hole near Tikrit

July 2004 Former president (Saddam) told he faces seven charges.
October 19, 2005 Saddam goes on trial, charges with crimes against humanity for killing of 148 Shia men after 1982 assassination attempt against him in town of Dujail. Pleads not guilty.

November 5, 2006 Found guilty in Dujail trail. Sentenced to death by hanging.

December 3 Lawyers lodge appeal against death sentence

December 27 Appeal fails. Saddam hanged December 30th.

You will never see this in our US mainstream media because the answer is obvious. Why was this tyrant not tried at the world court in the Hague, Holland? The answer is obvious - Why do they hate us (now pretty much everyone, except the Israelis), the answer is obvious. Was it worth putting thousands of our brave men and women to death to over throw the tyrant that we created? The answer is obvious. Will we win this war? The answer is obvious. Will our “democratically elected” US tyrant and other un-elected tyrants in the Middle East and elsewhere “enjoy life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness? The answer is obvious.

The Beach boy – from Malaysia

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Well, here it is for all to see. Yes, even the most DULL Red State Inbred has to realize that these are the facts contrary to what FOX NEWS or the WHITE HOUSE has been spouting.
Remember friends you heard this same thing here first over a year and a half ago...and neither I or any other member of the BLOGOSPHERE INSURGENCY is a BIG SHOT, a Washington insider or memeber of a THINK TANK. Truly, when your dealing with an IDIOT and his policies the outcome will be evident way before the policies themselves have been implemented.