Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Coffee Table

Be civil to all; sociable to many; familiar with few; friend to one; enemy to none. Benjamin Franklin


Talk it up.

10 Comments:

Blogger Dedanna said...

The liberal media didn't create this reality, bad policy did.

11:15 AM, August 15, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cheney's visit to Roswell showed what the Bush Administration and the neo-cons are all about. An invitation only, no media allowed, private fundraiser at an undisclosed location. And no pictures of Cheney with Sen. Dominici or Rep. Pearce by design.
And all at taxpayer expense for the "security" and transportation.
Location May have had something to do with the local big Republican donors (5 figures) of right-wing radio.

The AP and establishment "liberal" media are still at it with regards to Mexican Presidential Candidate Obrador's protest of election fraud. They still refer to him and his followers as "leftist" while only refering to Calderon as "conservative" but never
"rightist". Where is the outcry from our government, pundits, media
etc. over accusations of fraud in a neighboring country as there was when the same accusations were made in the Ukraine? Or is it just a matter of who it is and not what happened, and who the Global Corporatists support?

Larry in Roswell

11:52 AM, August 16, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

Larry said...
Location May have had something to do with the local big Republican donors (5 figures) of right-wing radio.

Oh, you mean like, John Dunn of Ros-hell Radio, the good people of KBIM, let's see... the list is pretty long... lol.

If so, then I know where that sucka was at. May he never bless Ros-hell again with his "security" and big business dealings.

3:43 PM, August 16, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

& I'm not in the mood to give the neocon assholes any ammunition.

3:50 PM, August 16, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A couple of interesting items, not new, about the "liberal" establishment media. The Chairman of the Associated Press is Burl Osborne, Publisher Emeritus of the Dallas Morning News. The DMN has never been known as a "liberal" paper. And it certainly wasn't during Osburne's tenture. They are however very business establishment
oriented.

If Hollywood is so liberal then why
didn't W speak out as a board member of Silver Screen Mgmt.
from 1983 to 1992 when that firm
was making films for Tri-Star and
Disney. Many of which were used as
examples of how bad Hollywood was
in Michael Medved's book Hollywood
vs. America (92)? Or could it be that Silver Screen was founded by
one Roland W. Betts who, like George W Bush, was a Yale Grad Class of '68, a Frat Brother and a fellow Skull and Bones member?

Larry in Roswell

7:58 PM, August 16, 2006  
Blogger Ron said...

I don't know this for a fact but I heard he was visiting with the Yates Petrol. people. Makes sense. Pearce is in town but probably doesn't want to be seen with his buddy.
John isn't THAT wealthy and I doubt he or the Kings would get a meeting with the shooter.

11:40 PM, August 16, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

Re: Cheney on the campaign trail, found this story this morning.

I really appreciate one of the lines in it.

he's still catnip to the conservatives, with his red-meat appeal to keep America safe from bogeymen lurking in the shadows and what-were-they-thinking Democrats.

Now, there's the liberal media I know and love lol.

"Enemies that dwell in the shadows," as he said on Staten Island. A geographic roll call of terrorist attacks since 9-11 rolls off his lips: Casablanca, Jakarta, Mombassa, Bali, Riyadh, Baghdad, Istanbul, Madrid, London, Sharm al-Sheikh.

You notice, there's no mention of the U.S. in that --

ooooo scarey world out there for all Americans. *smirk*

9:32 AM, August 17, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

Re: Wiretapping by the NSA, seems there's No blank check

Meanwhile, the White House is sending out its cadre of well-spoken alarmists to contend that the judge's order imperils the nation. That's nonsense.

It's important to be clear what the argument is about. It's not whether there is a legitimate national security need for wiretaps. It's not whether the National Security Agency may be authorized to conduct them. It's whether the president and his advisers can decide on their own whom to tap, when and why -- ignoring the will of Congress and evading the judicial oversight that helps deter abuse of civil liberties. That presidential power grab is unnecessary and un-American.

2:38 PM, August 18, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

damn, that was fast. lol.

3:23 PM, August 18, 2006  
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