Monday, October 16, 2006

Estrogen Mafia

Hello, MSM, where the fuck have you been. They're just now figuring out that this a story? This story is 3 years old. Welcome, dipshits.

Bush keeps revising war justification
President Bush keeps revising his explanation for why the U.S. is in Iraq, moving from narrow military objectives at first to history-of-civilization stakes now."

Again.... Welcome.

Poll - South strongly turning against Iraq war


Please, oh, please, oh, please let the women get a hold of things in this country. I am all for it. Men have been fucking up things for far too long. We need the women folk to run this show for a while.

A Gender Insurgency In Politics:
"Men have been making policy in Washington for as long as most of us can remember. But much of the political future rests in the hands of women."

Murtha speaketh....

Confessions of a 'Defeatocrat':
"Democrats are fighting a war on two fronts: One is combating the spin and intimidation that defines this administration. The other is fighting to change course, to do things better, to substitute smart, disciplined strategy for dogma and denial in Iraq.

That's not defeatism. That's our duty."

Why, oh, why do they hate science so? Oh yeah, because of that nasty little thing called knowledge. Not good for the sheeple. When the sheeple get smart they tell the sheppard to get fucked. November 7 is the time to tell the sheppard to get fucked.

Experts claim EPA under fire from Bush Administration:
"Experts interviewed by RAW STORY indicated a wide swath of damage done by the Bush Administration to EPA. Political appointees, low scientist morale, and misuse of science extend across all aspects of government research and policy. It’s an impact that is bound to outlive the administration and might not be corrected by future presidents, the experts said.

“People need to understand how driven this administration is,” Cornehls stated. “Decisions are made on a belief system rather than on good science.”"

Sign o' the times:

Jobless man asks judge for jail time:
"COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- A man who couldn't find steady work came up with a plan to make it through the next few years until he could collect Social Security: He robbed a bank, then handed the money to a guard and waited for police.

On Wednesday, Timothy J. Bowers told a judge a three-year prison sentence would suit him, and the judge obliged.

'At my age, the jobs available to me are minimum-wage jobs. There is age discrimination out there,' Bowers, who turns 63 in a few weeks, told Judge Angela White."

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