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Friday, October 28, 2005

Scoot your butt out the door.....

Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, was indicted today on charges related to the investigation into the unmasking of a CIA operative. Libby was indicted on one count of obstruction of justice, two counts of perjury and two counts of making false statements, court documents show. Libby -- a major player in the Bush White House -- resigned soon after the indictment was announced.

Thursday, October 27, 2005

Bush To Nominate Next Person Who Walks Through Door

Bush To Nominate Next Person Who Walks Through Door
October 27, 2005

WASHINGTON, DC—After Harriet Miers withdrew her nomination for the Supreme Court Thursday, President Bush announced that he will nominate the next person who walks through his door. "I assure the American people that the next person who enters my field of vision will be a highly qualified candidate of unimpeachable character, with a solid record, and--what's more--a good heart," Bush said. As of press time, 17 people were waiting outside the door, including the president's daughter Jenna, and special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald

(from )


YOU were nominated in the summer.It is
FALL now.You will have advise to give -- indictments
AND impeachments, the colors of my ties, and how to further Iranian's nuclear program.
OUT west, where you vacation, the aspens will already be turning.
THEY turn in clusters, because their roots connect them.
COME back to work -- and life.
TO understand me is your best quality.
GET back to pulling my head out of my ass.
ME needs to so bad Harriet, You had me at Hello.

George Bush

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Stuff George and Harriet don't want you to see...

George Bush says that a breech of confidentiality keeps him from handing over a shoebox full of Harriet Mier's-isms to the Senate for review. I can totally understand that. I mean, can you imagine all the advice this woman has given him over the years spilling out the threshold of the oval office? Lets just take a few shall we kiddies?

1. Dear George, I think you should nominate Michael Brown to FEMA. I mean, hundreds of quarter horses can't be wrong. BFF, Harriet
2. Dear George, Why not just "wing it" tonight in the debates with Kerry? Blink alot and use small words. It will show your "down-homie-ness" to the American people. They love that shit. BFFAE, Harriet
3. Dear George, Iraq will be slam dunk...GO 4 IT! You heard Tenet...we can't loose!!! ROCK ON! Harriet
4. Dear George, Badges, we don't need no stinkin' badges....we are the freakin' USA!! F.U. U.N.!!! Harriet
5. Dear George, I think that you need to trade Sami Sosa...I mean, the guy is dead weight. BF, Harriet
6. Dear George, Have you ever thought about deep ass tax cuts for the wealthy? I mean, i have no kids, Im filing single, and this crap is killing me. Can't you do something? You are the president!! BFF, Harriet
7. Dear George, Wouldn't I make a kick ass Supreme Court Judge? Black is the new black this year. PLEASE???? Harriet
8. Dear George, What the hell is up with that TMJ thing you have going on? Get thee to a Chiropractor quick!!!If only we could Cheney a cut little "tick" in his jaw...maybe it will make him more appealing!! I'll ask the programmers and see what I can do. Keep up the good work, Harriet
9. Dear George, I noticed some REAL brush gathering in the back at the Western White House. Do you think we could get some Mexicans up in here? Your Homie, Harriet
10. Dear George, I understand the administration is PAYING journalists to fish our policies...freakin' brilliant!! Was that Rove? That guy rocks!! (BTW, is he single?) SWF!! Harriet
11. Dear George, I hear this guy named Jeff Gannon is looking for a press pass and promises to throw you "softballs". He is bald and very USMC. This is exactly what we have been looking for. Look out Helen Thomas!! I will make it happen. Love, Harriet. oh P.S. Have you asked Karl about me? Does he know I asked about him?

Monday, October 24, 2005

Holy Sweet Mother of Pearl...

SCOOTER LETTER DECODED(read every tenth word)
YOU went to jail in the summer.It is
FALL now.You will have stories to cover -- Iraqi elections
AND suicide bombers, biological threats and the Iranian nuclear program.
OUT west, where you vacation, the aspens will already be turning.
THEY turn in clusters, because their roots connect them.
COME back to work -- and life.

Conspiracy theorists of the world....UNITE!!!

Let the Perp Walks Begin.....

From Think Progress:
On Meet the Press, Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchinson picks up where Bill Kristol left off:
I certainly hope that if there is going to be an indictment that says something happened, that it is an indictment on a crime and not some perjury technicality where they couldn’t indict on the crime so they go to something just to show that their two years of investigation were not a waste of time and dollars.

Kay Bailey Hutchinson voted to impeach President Clinton on the “technicalities” of perjury and obstruction. (Perhaps she would have rather that he could have been impeached for the real crime of receiving oral sex?)

I'll be anxiously awaiting indictments this week. It will be interesting. My birthday is Wednesday.......

Thursday, October 20, 2005

September 2003.....

Q You said that the President knows that Karl Rove was not involved, and you specifically have spoken to Karl Rove and gotten those assurances. By those statements, you've implied that the President has not talked to Karl Rove specifically about this.
MR. McCLELLAN: No, I said that --
Q Is that a correct inference, or did we --
MR. McCLELLAN: I've already answered this question, when Terry asked it earlier, and I said that it's not my habit to get into conversations the President has with staff or with advisors. I'm not going to get into those conversations.
Q So he has --
MR. McCLELLAN: I've made it clear that it simply is not true, and I'm speaking on behalf of the White House when I say that.

You can go to search words like "leak rove" and it will pop up all kinds of news conferences and Q&As.
If the White House is saying that the President spoke with Karl Rove and the President then told the American people that Rove had "nothing to do with" the leaking of a C.I.A. "employee's" name, then either Karl is a liar or Bush is. Plain and simple. Unless you are going to argue what the meaning of "is" is.

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

W on W

Surely he wasn't about to say something dumb.......

"You know, I could run for governor but I'm basically a media creation. I've never done anything. I've worked for my dad. I worked in the oil business. But that's not the kind of profile you have to have to get elected to public office."
George W. Bush, 1989

"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, August 5, 2004

Okay class, REPEAT AFTER ME:
"A Prince, whose character is thus marked by every act which may define a Tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler of a free People."
Declaration of Independence

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

NelitaC, I am so proud of you...

I stole this from nelitac...Although I think it is a slap in the face to Beavis and Butthead to be compared to these 'tards.....

Good Morning Dick.

Now, now, Dick....Thats no way to pose for your mug shot.

Monday, October 17, 2005

National Boss Day...

Well, Happy Boss Day. Wonder if Bush got Karl or Dick anything?
What was the worst present you either gave or received for a dumb holiday like this?
I don't think I have ever gotten anyone anything, nor received anything.

Bush's "choices"

"Well, I guess you heard, President Bush had a big choice that he had to make, and this week, he finally made up his mind. He's going to be Spider-Man for Halloween" – Bill Maher

Bill on Bush's choice Harriet Miers for Supreme Court:
"Yes, it's almost enough to make you miss the old pre-"honor and integrity" days. Because at least when Clinton talked about tapping the woman down the hall, he was just having sex with her."

Off the Subject...

I'm an addict and I don't want recovery.
It isn't drugs, alcohol or cigarettes...I don't use any of those things. I am addicted to a sandwich. I am addicted to a Gyro sandwich at Fast Eddies in Tulsa. (101 & Sheridan) I found this little restaurant in my neighborhood and discoverd one of the best culinary masterpieces in the sandwich family. I am sure you know what a gyro is, and I have had them before other places, but they have this cucumber sauce that is AMAZING! I plan on having one today for lunch. I am not sure why I feel the need to blog this...but that should attest to the severity of my love for this delicious little yummy.
Peace...and gyros...

Saturday, October 15, 2005

Staging News is Nothing New for The Shrub.

Frank Rich, writing in the February 20, 2005, New York Times article "The White House Stages Its 'Daily Show'," says that:

"By my count, 'Jeff Gannon' is now at least the sixth 'journalist' (four of whom have been unmasked so far this year) to have been a propagandist on the payroll of either the Bush administration or a barely arms-length ally like Talon News while simultaneously appearing in print or broadcast forums that purport to be real news. Of these six, two have been syndicated newspaper columnists paid by the Department of Health and Human Services to promote the administration's 'marriage' initiatives. The other four have played real newsmen on TV. Before Mr. Guckert and Armstrong Williams, the talking head paid $240,000 by the Department of Education, there were Karen Ryan and Alberto Garcia. Let us not forget these pioneers - the Woodward and Bernstein of fake news. They starred in bogus reports ('In Washington, I'm Karen Ryan reporting,' went the script) pretending to 'sort through the details' of the administration's Medicare prescription-drug plan in 2004. Such 'reports', some of which found their way into news packages distributed to local stations by CNN, appeared in more than 50 news broadcasts around the country and have now been deemed illegal 'covert propaganda' by the Government Accountability Office."

This is one thing Bush does (or is it Rove?) best. Remember the "town hall meetings"? It doesn't get more scripted than that.."oh, Mr. Bush you are the best president ever...what can I, a simple housewife from Powdunk Nowhere do to get your re-elected? Can we change the Constitution so you can be King, and possibly add your miracles to the Bible???" Blah Blah Blah!

But, I don't blame The Shrub or his crony administration. I blame the media for allowing them to pull the wool over our eyes for almost 6 years!! The Gannon/Guckert thing was the worst!! There was more sex in the White House while Jimmy/Jeff was there than there was when Monica was serving Clinton...i mean serving in the Clinton Administration. (and it was full on gay did this get so over-looked?KARL!!!!! Im sorry, but look at Karl Rove, if he isn't gay, I don't know what is.)

I don't blame the Administration for not letting The Shrub go out there unscripted either. (Go a few posts down, watch the video and you will understand).


Thursday, October 13, 2005

More Scripted "NEWS" from the White House....
WASHINGTON - It was billed as a conversation with U.S. troops, but the questions
President Bush asked on a teleconference call Thursday were choreographed to match his goals for the war in Iraq and Saturday's vote on a new Iraqi constitution.

"This is an important time," Allison Barber, deputy assistant defense secretary, said, coaching the soldiers before Bush arrived. "The president is looking forward to having just a conversation with you."

Barber said the president was interested in three topics: the overall security situation in Iraq, security preparations for the weekend vote and efforts to train Iraqi troops.

As she spoke in Washington, a live shot of 10 soldiers from the Army's 42nd Infantry Division and one Iraqi soldier was beamed into the Eisenhower Executive Office Building from Tikrit — the birthplace of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein "I'm going to ask somebody to grab those two water bottles against the wall and move them out of the camera shot for me," Barber said.
A brief rehearsal ensued.
"OK, so let's just walk through this," Barber said. "Captain Kennedy, you answer the first question and you hand the mike to whom?"
"Captain Smith," Kennedy said.
"Captain. Smith? You take the mike and you hand it to whom?" she asked.
"Captain Kennedy," the soldier replied.
And so it went.
"If the question comes up about partnering — how often do we train with the Iraqi military — who does he go to?" Barber asked.
"That's going to go to Captain Pratt," one of the soldiers said.
"And then if we're going to talk a little bit about the folks in Tikrit — the hometown — and how they're handling the political process, who are we going to give that to?" she asked.
Before he took questions, Bush thanked the soldiers for serving and reassured them that the U.S. would not pull out of Iraq until the mission was complete.
"So long as I'm the president, we're never going to back down, we're never going to give in, we'll never accept anything less than total victory," Bush said.
The president told them twice that the American people were behind them.
"You've got tremendous support here at home," Bush said.
Less than 40 percent in an AP-Ipsos poll taken in October said they approved of the way Bush was handling Iraq. Just over half of the public now say the Iraq war was a mistake.
White House press secretary Scott McClellan said Thursday's event was coordinated with the Defense Department but that the troops were expressing their own thoughts. With satellite feeds, coordination often is needed to overcome technological challenges, such as delays, he said.
"I think all they were doing was talking to the troops and letting them know what to expect," he said, adding that the president wanted to talk with troops on the ground who have firsthand knowledge about the situation.
The soldiers all gave Bush an upbeat view of the situation.
The president also got praise from the Iraqi soldier who was part of the chat.
"Thank you very much for everything," he gushed. "I like you."
On preparations for the vote, 1st Lt. Gregg Murphy of Tennessee said: "Sir, we are prepared to do whatever it takes to make this thing a success. ... Back in January, when we were preparing for that election, we had to lead the way. We set up the coordination, we made the plan. We're really happy to see, during the preparation for this one, sir, they're doing everything."
On the training of Iraqi security forces, Master Sgt. Corine Lombardo from Scotia, N.Y., said to Bush: "I can tell you over the past 10 months, we've seen a tremendous increase in the capabilities and the confidences of our Iraqi security force partners. ... Over the next month, we anticipate seeing at least one-third of those Iraqi forces conducting independent operations."
Lombardo told the president that she was in New York City on Nov. 11, 2001, when Bush attended an event recognizing soldiers for their recovery and rescue efforts at Ground Zero. She said the troops began the fight against terrorism in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and were proud to continue it in Iraq.
"I thought you looked familiar," Bush said, and then joked: "I probably look familiar to you, too."
Paul Rieckhoff, director of the New York-based Operation Truth, an advocacy group for U.S. veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan denounced the event as a "carefully scripted publicity stunt." Five of the 10 U.S. troops involved were officers, he said.
"If he wants the real opinions of the troops, he can't do it in a nationally televised teleconference," Rieckhoff said. "He needs to be talking to the boots on the ground and that's not a bunch of captains."

Wednesday, October 12, 2005


This is hands down, the funniest thing I have EVER SEEN

If Miers is Qualified....

I have compiled a list of brilliant people that Bush could have considered for the Supreme Court.

Ron Popiel...that man can make the best rotisserie ever!!! The chicken and turkey are to die for.
Soledad O'Brien...she agrees with everyone and loves to say "I think you are right".
My Dad...he can do just about anything.
The lady who cleaned my carpets....she can get anything out of anything.

This is the short list....

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

"Hello Halliburt...i mean, Vice President's Office...."

An analysis released by a Democratic senator found that Vice President Dick Cheney's Halliburton stock options have risen 3,281 percent in the last year, RAW STORY can reveal.
Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) asserts that Cheney's options -- worth $241,498 a year ago -- are now valued at more than $8 million. The former CEO of the oil and gas services juggernaut, Cheney has pledged to give proceeds to charity.
The above graph released by Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) charts the value of the Vice President's holdings in Halliburton in the past year.
“Halliburton has already raked in more than $10 billion from the Bush-Cheney Administration for work in Iraq, and they were awarded some of the first Katrina contracts," Lautenberg said in a statement. "It is unseemly for the Vice President to continue to benefit from this company at the same time his Administration funnels billions of dollars to it. The Vice President should sever his financial ties to Halliburton once and for all.”
Cheney continues to hold 433,333 Halliburton stock options. The company has been criticized by auditors for its handling of a no-bid contact in Iraq. Auditors found the firm marked up meal prices for troops and inflated gas prices in a deal with a Kuwaiti supplier. The company built the American prison at Guantanamo Bay.
The Vice President has sought to stem criticism by signing an agreement to donate the after-tax profits from these stock options to charities of his choice, and his lawyer has said he will not take any tax deduction for the donations.
However, the Congressional Research Service (CRS) concluded in Sept. 2003 that holding stock options while in elective office does constitute a “financial interest” regardless of whether the holder of the options will donate proceeds to charities. CRS also found that receiving deferred compensation is a financial interest.
Cheney told "Meet the Press" in 2003 that he didn't have any financial ties to the firm.
“Since I left Halliburton to become George Bush's vice president, I've severed all my ties with the company, gotten rid of all my financial interest," the Vice President said. "I have no financial interest in Halliburton of any kind and haven't had, now, for over three years.”
Cheney continues to received a deferred salary from the company. According to financial disclosure forms, he was paid $205,298 in 2001; $162,392 in 2002; $178,437 in 2003; and $194,852 in 2004.


Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers told George W. Bush in a 1997 birthday card that he was "the best governor ever" and, in a separate note to her boss, said she hoped his twin daughters recognize their parents are "cool."
What is she twelve?

When Bush called her to tell her he had picked her for the Supreme Court she said.."No WAY!! I am totally freaking out!!! Do you think I am prettier than Ginsberg? What are you wearing tomorrow? I was thinking about this blue number, what do you think? OMG, I am so Excited!!! Do you think that Karl will be there? He is SOOOO hot. Ok, I gotta go, it is almost 9 and I gotta get in you hang up you totally didn't hang up!!! OK, one, two, three.....go! You didn't hang up....."

Monday, October 10, 2005

Plamegate, Notebookgate.....

Oooohhhh, this is getting good. I can't wait for Turdblossom's testimony. Those of you following the Plamegate affair know that the notebook that was recently discovered contains information that proves that Judy talked to the W.H. long before the W.H. said she did. Bring on the indictments!!! Oh sweet redemption!!!
Outing a CIA agent is alot worse than getting blown. And for all you people who say that "well, she wasn't covert at the time".....please.
So, why not print a list of all CIA employees. If it isn't a matter of national security .... list them all.
If anything, outing her violated at the very least the privacy laws.
I don't believe for one second this was done behind the president or the vp's back. They knew, they were in on it, and they lied...big time. This W.H. has a history of "shooting the messenger" and denying the message. They have tried to discredit the UN inspectors, ElBaradei, Wilson, Kay, anyone who said that the case for war was a big fat fib....
This administration is an embarassment...and a bunch of filthy war-whores....

Cutting Indigent Chemo ???

I am appalled by the news release about the Muskogee Regional Medical Center, Muskogee OK, cutting chemotherapy to indigent receipients. (Senator Tom Coburn has priviledges there by the way). They are building a multi-million dollar facility and their Cancer center is the largest in the area and the largest in the state for a rural hospital. They are having problems with re-imbursement for chemotherapy. The oncologist are doing off-site chemo to the patients with insurance and sending the un-insured or underinsured to the hospital and the hospital gets no reimbursement. Why not tell the oncologist to send ALL their chemo patients to the hospital? Why start the spending cuts with the ones who are the most vulnerable? If these "indigent" patients can't afford either insurance or to pay the chemo, do you think they will be able to afford to go to Tulsa, an hour away every day? I doubt it. My mother recieved her chemo there and it is a wonderful facility. The First Baptist Church made 2 apartments just to help with housing of the cancer patients coming to the area for treatments, free to the patients. (donations excepted by the way)
What can be done? I don't know, but I think I would start cutting money from other programs like education and employee discounts on meals. These people will die without the chemo. Call the administration and tell them to cut money from other places, and force the oncologist to do in-hospital chemo...don't cut the patients who are the poorest and the sickest first.
MRMC's number is: 918-628-5501.

Sunday, October 09, 2005

Happy Columbus Day!!

My daughter asked me "how do we celebrate Columbus Day?". I am sure she meant, "Do we get presents on Columbus Day?", but it didn't come out that way.
Well, we don't go to the bank, we don't check our mail, and hopefully hit some sales at the mall. That is basically what Columbus Day is.
Maybe next year there will be huge blow-up Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria for the front lawn.
For more celebration ideas, you can go to

Heyyyyyy Macarena!!!

Heyyyyy Macarena!!!!

Oh, Turdblossom, you are the life of the party.

Friday, October 07, 2005

I like this picture of Bush....what a 'tard....

Your favorite Idiot!

US Code, Title 4, Chapter 1, Sec. 8 (g): "The flag should never have placed upon it, nor on any part of it, nor attached to it any mark, insignia, letter, word, figure, design, picture, or drawing of any nature."

Thursday, October 06, 2005

This is my absolute favorite video of 'da prez'

Im so proud.

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Tom Delay derailed donations....

This is gonna get real good!!!
I can' t wait for his perp walk!!!

Something smells at OU....

I am not sure why this story isn't getting more press. Former Senator David Boren is the president of OU. Where was Boren on 9/11? Having breakfast in Washington, D.C. with George Tenet. He was on the intelligence committee while a sitting senator. There are more connections between 9/11 and OU, than there are between 9/11 and Saddam /Iraq.

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Halloween is coming up .....

Okay, I would love some good ideas for halloween costumes, eats, treats, tricks..etc.
I was thinking of going as as pregnant Britney Spears with a cigarette hanging out of my mouth and a big bag of cheetoes...I want Paul to go as the cowbell guy in the Blue Oyster Cult Skit on SNL with Christopher Walken. He could never pull off trailer park Kevin Federline, like I can pull off britney, but will be fun...

Monday, October 03, 2005

Oops he did it again...

Tom, Tom, Tom......
You will look good in orange....

Thick crust Supreme with a few nuts on top...

"WASHINGTON, Oct. 2 /Christian Wire Service/ -- National Clergy Council president, the Reverend Rob Schenck (pronounced SHANK), today attended the annual Red Mass that included President George Bush and newly appointed Chief Justice John Roberts, as well as other prominent officials including Supreme Court associate justices Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas, Anthony Kennedy and Stephen Breyer."After today's service, it would be hard for anyone to argue that America doesn't have a strong Judeo-Christian heritage. You had the heads of the executive and judicial branches and representatives from the legislative branch fully participating in the prayers, hymn singing and even in a clear profession of Christian faith," said Reverend Schenck. "There was no separation of church and state today."

"At the 1992 Democratic Convention, Schenck was arrested and detained by the Secret Service for rushing Bill Clinton with a dead fetus in his hands, screaming about abortion. He and his brother were the people who first invited Operation Rescue to Buffalo to picket Dr. Barnett Slepian, a local abortion provider. For years, they marched outside Slepian’s home and office with threatening signs, some of which called the doctor “pig.” In 1998, Slepian was shot dead at his home. His alleged murderer, James Kopp, was arrested in France in late March."

The beautiful thing about AMERICA is that it is a country that embraces all religions...well, maybe it used to...
It seems that Christianity, especially BAPTISTS have taken the country by the short and curlies. My family has yet to find a church in the Tulsa area that can' t keep politics out of the service. I visited a church (Indian Springs Baptist Church in B.A., Ok) that for 3 sermons in a row last year pre-election, preached on homosexuality. Then closed the service with "voter registration cards are in the foyer". The preacher, welcome committee came to my house several times until I put a John Kerry sign on my front lawn.
I know this is a far-fetched concept for most religious persons...but some people in America aren't God-fearing, but law-abiding. They have respect for life, but don't believe in Creationism. They want their kids to grow up as responsible adults, yet don't force feed them hell and damnation. Do I believe God exists? Yes. Do I believe the Bible is a roadmap to living a good life...yes. Doesn't mean that my neighbor has too...but we both are equal under the law. An athiest and a Southern Baptist have the same equality when they walk into a courthouse. Thanks to the Constitution, that is.

Sunday, October 02, 2005

Tom Delay on Wolf Blitzer

Tom was being interviewed by Wolf and amidst all the "i didn't do anything illegal" cries, Tom said that "criminalizing" the election codes was the wrong avenue. He said that it is wrong to use the courts when it comes to elections. I am trying to get the transcripts from CNN, cause it was so funny. I kept thinking to myself...God I wish that he had said that in 2000!

Judges Not To Blame

I took this out of the Tulsa World Editorial Page.

"I share U.S. Senator Tom Coburn's dismay over the divisions in our country. I have become quite emotional in conversations about how far we have drifted apart as a people and how we need to return to civility in politics and government. However, the Senator cites activist judges as the reason for our situation.
What is an actiavist Judge? Evidently it is a judge that rules against your position.
Instead, I would cite politicians like Coburn. They seek to tell us when life begins and call us murderers if we disagree. They wail about the misfortunes of Terri Schiavo's family while arguing to cut Medicaid. They give tax breaks to the wealthies Americans then tell us the school systems waste too much money.
They push for prayer in schools and Scriptures on the courthouse door in the face of a Constitution that was carefully crafted to maintain separation of church and state. They campaign with Swift Boat lies and label every opponent as liberal.
You can't practice the politics of self-righteous outrage and push our democracy further toward theocracy without scaring the dickens out of many of us." Harry Willis, Tulsa, OK