Saturday, November 05, 2005

President Cheney In The Bullseye

A quite interesting reading on the Fitzgerald case by John Dean.

Will Libby flip? Unlikely. Neither Cheney nor Libby (I believe) will be so foolish as to crack a deal. And Libby probably (and no doubt correctly) assumes that Cheney - a former boss with whom he has a close relationship -- will (at the right time and place) help Libby out, either with a pardon or financially, if necessary. Libby's goal, meanwhile, will be to stall going to trial as long as possible, so as not to hurt Republicans' showing in the 2006 elections.
So if Libby can take the heat for a time, he and his former boss (and friend) may get through this. But should Republicans lose control of the Senate (where they are blocking all oversight of this administration), I predict Cheney will resign "for health reasons."

Thursday, November 03, 2005

Another Key Piece Of The Puzzle

He would be Amad Chalibi. Thanks for the shitty intel you selfish bastard.

Coffee Table

MMMMMM.....Goooood Coffee

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Another Reason To Hate War

Wow! I don't find this even a bit suspicious.

An Army lawyer for Sgt. Alan J. Driver, a reservist accused of abusing Bagram detainees, asked Tuesday where al-Farouq was and what the Army had done to find him in time for Driver's court proceedings.
Capt. John B. Parker, a prosecutor, said al-Farouq and three others escaped from the Bagram detention center and have not been found.
"If we find him ... we will make him available," Parker said............................

Driver, a reservist from the Ohio-based 377th Military Police Company, is charged with maltreatment and assault of three detainees, including one who later died, at the Bagram facility in 2002. He is accused of slamming al-Farouq against a wall.
In earlier cases of prisoner abuse in Afghanistan, the alleged victims either were dead or unidentified. Other alleged victims in Driver's case also cannot testify. One was released from custody and cannot be found, and the other has died.

Not A Journalist, A Pundit

Apparently you are not allowed to leave negative comments about her. See, this is what happens if you aren't exposed to the real world. A wise sage once told me " It's the makins of ya if you can take it".

Monday, October 31, 2005

The Bible

From UK. Times

THE hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church has published a teaching document instructing the faithful that some parts of the Bible are not actually true. We should not expect to find in Scripture full scientific accuracy or complete historical precision,” they say in The Gift of Scripture.

Gee ya think? They should have asked me, I figured that out decades ago.

They go on to condemn fundamentalism for its “intransigent intolerance” and to warn of “significant dangers” involved in a fundamentalist approach.
“Such an approach is dangerous, for example, when people of one nation or group see in the Bible a mandate for their own superiority, and even consider themselves permitted by the Bible to use violence against others.”

Gee ya think?

Sunday, October 30, 2005


The rest of the world talks about America.

The evil science world continues unabated.

Speaking of science...Lets Do It!

A must have for all good liberals.

See how much it will cost you to take that trip.

The Case For War

This is a very long but very detailed look at the "yellow cake" story, the office of special plans and the intelligence that traveled world wide. This is why people are saying, well the British believed it the Italians believed it...add infinitum. This is the best most complete thing I have read and very much worth your time. It was written for the Italian press that, because of the circumstances, has looked at this closely.
Next we need the American press to take a close look at the office of special plans and whig and then we'll see exactly what happened here.