Wake Up Sheeple!

Friday, July 15, 2005

Hey Sheepole! Wake up, Listen carefully I'm only going to say this once. If Valerie Plame was NOT a covert agent [as many of you sheepole are saying], if national security was NOT affected when her identity was disclosed, then there would NOT be an investigation. There would be no need for a grand jury. Case closed, all of your diversions and lying points begin to tumble like a house of cards!!!

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Thursday, July 14, 2005

Quote of the day - directed towards Rick “Man On Dog” Santorum

There's not much you can say about someone who claims to have read the Bible cover to cover and came away from it thinking it encourages hatred for fellow human beings.
Representative Martin T. Meehan (D, Mass.). Attribution

It's been 1396 days since Bush said he would capture bin Laden "Dead or Alive." Imagine for a moment that 9/11 had happened on Clinton's watch and 1396 days later, the main perpetrator was still at large, how would Limbaugh, Hannity, O'Reilly, and the rest of the right wing media react? Wake Up Sheepole Bush is a complete failure? My take is Bush has no intention of capturing bin Laden because bin Laden is the boggy man, if bin Laden is captured then Bush can't scare the sheepole back into submission. The only way bin Laden will turn up is if Bush's approval ratings fall much lower, then he will need to capture him to get a boost. With the Bushies everything is about politics.

Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Another Rove observation: People need to stop hiding behind Clintonian semantics here and understand that even if no actual technical violation of the law is found in the Rove/Plame case it will still be true, based on what we know now from the Time emails, that White House actions compromised a CIA asset during a time of war. What would Hannity, Limbaugh, Scarborough and all the cable loudmouths be saying if it had been Sidney Blumenthal? The president has said he would fire anyone who did such a thing. Ergo: the president must fire Rove or break his word. It's going to be an interesting few weeks.

My sentiment, but not my words, those words were spoken by Andrew Sullivan conservative blogger. Sullivan's question is a good one, can you imagine the coverage this story would have gotten if it had been in the Clinton administration. FAUX News would be wall-to-wall, the missing white girls would disappear television screens, Sean Hannity would be ready to explode, his finger-wagging out of control, and there are some who still say we have a liberal media?

One other observation: This investigation should not end with Rove, who else knew? In particular what did Bush know and when did he know it?

Tuesday, July 12, 2005

You're continuing to ask questions relating to an ongoing criminal investigation and I'm just not going to respond to them.
Scott McClellan, White House Presidential Secretary, or as Stephanie Miller calls him, Puffy McMoon Face Presidential Spokeshole (or their new one Chumy McShark Bait) (go here, to listen to the Stephanie Miller [2nd hour] smack down of Monday’s briefing, it is priceless.
On Monday Puffy McMoon Face repeated answers similar to this something like 23 times. Shock of all shock, journalists actually showed up for once at the daily White House briefings, at least for a day or two. The big question is how long will they remain to act like journalist before they revert back to being Jeff Gannon wantabes? Could it be that they have had enough of being played for fools by the Bushies?

My question is (and it was asked on Monday - see below), Puffy McMoon Face Presidential Spokeshole, kept saying he couldn’t comment because it was an ongoing investigation, but back in September and October 2003 it was an ongoing investigation and he was more than willing to comment, so why all of a sudden has he zipped his mouth? Could it be because boy Rove has finally been caught? Here is the relevant exchange:
Again, I've responded to the question.

QUESTION: You're in a bad spot here, Scott...

... because after the investigation began -- after the criminal investigation was under way -- you said, October 10th, 2003, "I spoke with those individuals, Rove, Abrams and Libby. As I pointed out, those individuals assured me they were not involved in this," from that podium. That's after the criminal investigation began.

Yea right Puffy. Hey Puffy have some dignity, you were made an absolute fool of by the nomally ass-kissing press corp for two days in a row. It looks like it is time to start changing seat assignments, but I don't think you can put just about everyone in the back row. Maybe you could just stop having press conferences. Or, here is a better idea why don't you just quit, the Bushies are making a fool out of you, have some dignity.

What say you now Puffy McMoon Face? Congresswoman Lousie Slaughter has an excellent send Karl A Pink Slip website, go here, and send Karl packing.

Medal of Freedom in the cards for Rove? Any bets on what Bush will do to Rove? Early comments from Bush on the Plame outing:

QUESTION (9/30/03):
Do you think that the Justice Department can conduct an impartial investigation, considering the political ramifications of the CIA leak, and why wouldn't a special counsel be better?

Yes. Let me just say something about leaks in Washington. There are too many leaks of classified information in Washington. There's leaks at the executive branch; there's leaks in the legislative branch. There's just too many leaks. And if there is a leak out of my administration, I want to know who it is. And if the person has violated law, the person will be taken care of.

And so I welcome the investigation. I'm absolutely confident that the Justice Department will do a very good job. There's a special division of career Justice Department officials who are tasked with doing this kind of work; they have done this kind of work before in Washington this year. I have told our administration, people in my administration to be fully cooperative.

I want to know the truth. If anybody has got any information inside our administration or outside our administration, it would be helpful if they came forward with the information so we can find out whether or not these allegations are true and get on about the business.

My guess is that Bush will promote Rove or better yet give him the Medal of Freedom just like he did other past failures, most notably Paul Bremmer(remember him the US-led provisional authority leader in Iraq. The same Paul Bremmer who lost and could not account for 8.8 billion dollars of Iraqi money, yet Bush pins the Medal of Freedom on him. I’m still waiting for the Congressional investigation into that missing 8.8 billion. The Republicans can investigate a bad land deal where the principals lost money and a consensual blow-job spending something like $60 million but a missing 8.8 billion, ugh, who cares, no big deal, just look the other way Sheepole, and now Rove?!
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Monday, July 11, 2005

When Sheepole try to use logical reasoning using bad analogies - Letter to the Editor Smackdown:
In a recent letter to the editor Kim and Joe Meier of De Soto, Wisconsin used a typical sheepole letter to the editor technique - diahria of the keyboard. Could someone tell me what their argument is here? This is what I call the “throwing the kitchen sink” at what ever got them going in the first place argument. Hey, Sheepole, here is a tip for writing letters to the editor, before you get all fired up and start writing, what is your purpose, what is your argument, and stick to it? So here goes have a look for yourself:
Stop the media bias and spin
By KIM and JOE MEIER De Soto, Wis.
Certainly nobody wants "the government" to have more data on us or our children for that matter. In fact, I'm in favor of a much smaller government playing a lesser role in our everyday lives, but back to reality.
The facts of the matter are these. The government does have all of our data as soon as we start paying taxes. So what's the difference if they get it a few years earlier?
Men are already required to register with the selective service within 30 days of their 18th birthday.
You might say, military recruiters will be calling my house. Chances are they are already calling.
Recruiters already have access to school lists and college lists if that school receives federal funding.
If the military can do its job without a draft, then let them do it. How hard is it for people to say "No thank you I'm not interested?" Not very hard.
We do not know anyone, or know anyone else who knows someone who has had their rights violated because of expanded government control since Sept. 11, 2001.
It's a bunch of hogwash, and we're tired of people trying to scare the American public.

Ok here comes their big attempt at trying to be cute and use an analogy, something that Sheepole should just not try:

Fact: The Wisconsin DOT reports in its 2004 fatality report that 836 people died on Wisconsin roads last year!
The Wisconsin Army National Guard lost two people in combat since the beginning of Iraq. In Wisconsin, 56 people were killed and listed as pedestrians!
Give us the truth and stop your media-biased spin. We have brains and we vote!

Anybody with a brain see a problem with that analogy?
Well thanks to Sharon Nelson of Onalaska who did my work for me and took their analogy to pieces by doing something that Sheepole are afraid of - RESEARCH

In a recent letter, Kim and Joe Meier fail to prove their accusations of scare tactics, lies and spin in the media because they write in generalities and present no specific incidents. It is not the least bit clear who they are berating. Why would the media be threatened if they vote?
But there is rich irony in their spun statistics comparing deaths of Wisconsin soldiers in Iraq with traffic deaths in Wisconsin.
Only two Wisconsin Army National Guard deaths, they say, while there were 56 pedestrian deaths, with an exclamation point yet. Do they mean that our soldiers in Iraq are safer than our pedestrians in Wisconsin?
Actually, three deaths have occurred in the Guard, but citing only these and ignoring the other branches of service is like saying that we had 43 highway deaths in Chevys, ignoring the 865 total in all vehicles. The death toll for Wisconsin stands at present at 40, with the last being Spc. Charles Kaufman of Fairchild who died after a car bomb exploded near his Humvee in Baghdad on June 26.
After reading through this long list of deaths to get my total count, I fault the Meiers callous use of these deaths to argue their cause. These were real people from ordinary Wisconsin towns who bravely died horrendous deaths. We should be more respectful.

Thank you Sharon for proving once again Sheepole should not try to use analogies!

Why I opposed Bush from the beginning. We liberals are often accused of being nothing other than Bush haters, while I hesitate to use the word hate to describe my disdain for most everything that is Dubba, let me explain where my attitude towards Bush came from. Simply put it goes back to when he first began to run for President. The first thing I did was to examine his biography/background, and my conclusion was that he was not qualified to be President, he was not the best, or the brightest, there was nothing extraordinary about him, irregardless of his politics. Simply put, take away the Bush name and what do you have, a below ordinary individual with few if any accomplishments.

Let's try a little experiment and establish some common ground here. I would imagine that almost everyone would agree that our Presidents should come from the best and brightest of our citizens. Our Presidents have quite often been heroic and extraordinary individuals, who had done great things. Right? So here is the question, name for me one thing outstanding or extraordinary that George W. Bush did prior to becoming President? In answering this question please avoid the media created biography. I’m waiting . . . . . . I will follow up this post with a discussion of your comments and my take.