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30 November 2005
  Intelligent Design...

...and loving gods.

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Reruns

Once again Bush announces he's going to make a major speech on Iraq. Once again the media gets all worked about it (Chris Matthews was getting even more slobbery than usual last night, apparently thinking Bush would redeem himself today and gearing up to resume his usual fellating of the GOP) and...

...Once again Bush says the same old crap he's repeated endlessly. Good thing he didn't piss off the networks like that other time and chose to do it in the morning.

I think he thinks his message isn't getting through because he's not repeating it enough. This is reflected in the WH's announcement yesterday that this would be the first of many speeches over the next two weeks(please god no).

No, Georgie. It's that it's the same message, we've all heard it already, and it's time you thought of at least a new way of rephrasing it to fool us into thinking that it's new because we hate your message. It bores us, and we don't take you seriously any more.

Notice I'm being nice and not saying that the reason for this lack of confidence is that we all know you're a liar anyway.

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29 November 2005
  No, Chris. I Think Now Is Time For The Taunting

"Stop the taunting, and let's have a real debate about the Iraq war.""
Christopher Hitchens

"Q: What is the logical classification for most of Christopher Hitchens' articles about the Iraq war?
A: Tauntology!"
David Rees


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28 November 2005
  Abramoff Accomplice Watch

An update on the ongoing destruction of the GOP by their own greed:

U.S. Rep. Randy "Duke" Cunningham, a California Republican, resigned on Monday after pleading guilty to taking $2.4 million in bribes in exchange for help in securing Defense Department contracts.
More's a-coming.

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27 November 2005
  Your Frank Rich For Today

From Truthout.org.

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  See What Happens When Cheney and Rove Don't Resign

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25 November 2005
 
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22 November 2005
  Sigh

Okay, so I kind of like Infinite Crisis. What can I say, I have a weakness for the art of Phil Jiminez and traditional insane DC parallel-world-crisis stories.

And for Power Girl. So sue me. I'm only human.

click image to enlarge

Gerry Conway, Ric Estrada and Wally Wood,
All-Star Comics #59 (1975)
(c)DC Comics.

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Eat Schmidt



Not only is she a dead ringer for Margaret Hamilton(though I understand Ms. Hamilton was much nicer), but freshman rep Jean Schmidt is a slanderer. It's not just that her rhetoric calling Rep. Murtha a coward--and directly, in contravention of House rules--was vile and hateful. We've come to expect from the Republicans attacks on the most unquestionable of citizens--veterans, and their mothers and widows. People who are living testaments to loyalty and sacrifice. We saw the way they attacked Max Cleland and John Kerry.

It is they the Rove Republicans decapitate and castrate first, in the finest tradition of Hoover and MacArthur, because their opinions have been earned and must be paid heed by the public. They are a living testament to the evil done by this administration and administrations past, particularly given the Republicans doing the attacking are, notably, almost never veterans, or widows or mothers of same. Their guilt may be pathological; they have to erase everything that rebukes them so that they do not have to join the reality-based community.

It's ironic that Schmidt's opponent in her election--only three months ago, you may recall--was a veteran of the very war that is ripping Congress apart.

But back to Schmidt, who has been pretty much thrown to the wolves by the GOP(even Tom DeLay was seen demanding she apologize): she was lying. The man she claimed she was quoting today said he never said that.

That's lying.

Lying, lying, lying.

Lying in someone else's name. A friend and colleague's name. Without their permission.

So she's not just hateful, she's stupid. Christ only knows, perhaps she thought this was her big moment, but she came too late for the Terri Schiavo gangbang, when the Republicans could still lumber the Hill arrogant, unopposed, giving Indian burns and wedgies to any random Democrat they saw.

And they let her twist in the wind, and I'm sure she was only trying to brown-nose the party. But that's the honor among thieves.

She reminds me of that last little Crazy 88 left in Kill Bill, that Uma Thurman spanks and sends off.


But it's a good illustration of their technique. Her clumsiness makes it come out in relief like a diagram. And it's also a sign they're running out of steam, just like when they resorted to calling Clinton a communist spy in 1992 after Norquist pulled his money.
 
  And After That, CBS

Bush had to be talked out of bombing Al-Jazeera by Tony Blair.

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20 November 2005
  Sorry, You Won the Election, You're Stuck


"I was trying to escape. Obviously, it didn't work."
--
Bush in Asia.

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19 November 2005
 
Republicans Unhinged

David Niewert(whom you should read every day) on these ridiculous statements of Michelle Malkin's:
"[T]he truth is that it's conservatives themselves who blow the whistle on their bad boys and go after the real extremism on their side of the aisle."[p. 9]

"And while conservatives zealously police their own ranks to exclude extremists and conspiracy theories, extremism and conspiracy theories have become the driving force of the Democrat Party. "[p. 169]
And we can see how well that plays out otherwise in the House yesterday. The Republican display of sleaze in that session is all you need to know about what filthy scum they are. As Andrew Sullivan commented:
The fiery, emotional debate climaxed when Rep. Jean Schmidt, R-Ohio, the most junior member of the House, told of a phone call she received from a Marine colonel. "He asked me to send Congress a message - stay the course. He also asked me to send Congressman Murtha a message - that cowards cut and run, Marines never do," Schmidt said.
She later withdrew her remarks from the record. But those words linger as a reminder of what these Republicans have become. For the record: Murtha served 37 years in the Marines, and has Purple Hearts to his name. He visits wounded soldiers at Walter Reed every week. Three years ago, he won the Semper Fidelis Award of the Marine Corps Foundation, the highest honor the Marines can confer. Every time you think these Republicans can sink no lower, even after their vile smears against Kerry's service last year, they keep going. They make me sick to my stomach.
But there's a bright side. Yesterday the Republicans in the House assured that their wagon is hitched irrevocably to the President's, and so any attempt they make to distance themselves from Bush and his policies next year will be met with gales of uproarious laughter.

They've happily doomed themselves as all cult victims do. They continue to defend a policy their constituents oppose and polls have already shown that the base itself has eroded. A senator or representative cannot only play to their base; the pool of voters is not big enough at that level, and on the issue of Iraq it has eroded badly.

But once again, without the ability to bully their opponents into submission, without the force to smash that square peg into a round hole, the GOP cannot adjust themselves--they continue to hammer the talking points and hope that they will have the same power, not realizing that events have rendered them ridiculous, or not caring. The pony has one trick and cannot learn another.

Like all bullies, they are nothing underneath their shouting. And next year they will learn nothing but will still lose. I look forward to their humiliation, because they have richly deserved it by acting as though they would never have to answer for their crimes. Now they will and they're so confused and angry.

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17 November 2005
 
33

That's the number of government officials, both Republican and Democratic, who accepted gifts from DeLay pal Jack Abramoff, and in most of the cases one could argue a quid pro quo took place.

This may turn out to be one of the most vast bribery scandals ever. Say, with this gang in DC running everything in the past five years, has anyone in that time been doing any legitimate government business?

Silly question, I know.

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16 November 2005
 
White Phosphorus

A follow-up to a previous post: the Pentagon has admitted the use of white phosporus in combat(which is already criminal), but not against civilians.

In two weeks they'll say that the civilians, of which by then there'll be proof, were not civilians, but part of the insurgency.

And so forth.

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  Every Last One Of Them

Isn't it interesting that every political official who used 9/11 to deliberately pose themselves as a hero turns out to be corrupt as hell.

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Bush Losing Mind?

A rather disturbing item at Americablog from, of all things, GOP mouthpiece the Washington Times.

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14 November 2005
 
Christianity and Darwin: Secret Partners

A Mormon threw himself to his death from a moving vehicle because others therein were using profanity.

Well, at least someone that stupid has been removed from the gene pool.

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13 November 2005
  Screw Times Select...

...here's your free Frank Rich for today.


I notice no one republishes John Tierney, on the other hand. Which is fine, as that means no one will read him anymore.

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12 November 2005
  O'Reilly: Freudian Slip?

It's possible that what we heard this week was merely O'Reilly having a big mouth.

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  Riots In Lyons

It's not over yet in France.

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  The Most Disturbing Site On The Web

Postsecret.

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  O'Reilly: "I mean, it’s ridiculous."

What I said isn’t controversial. What I said needed to be said.

Bill O'Reilly, yesterday.

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Oops!

Looks like Bush's claim, which he's made for a very long time, that Congress got the same prewar intelligence about Iraq, is now exploded.

Isn't it a crime to lie to Congress, or provide information with the intent to mislead?

And why haven't any of them spoken up about this before?

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Famous Last Words: A Presidential Sampling

"A chicken in every pot and a car in every garage."
Herbert Hoover

"I am not a crook."
Richard Nixon

"There is no communist domination of Eastern Europe."
Gerald Ford

"We will never negotiate with terrorists."

Ronald Reagan

"Read my lips. No new taxes."
George H.W. Bush

"I did not have sexual relations with that woman."
Bill Clinton

"We do not torture."
George W. Bush

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Do They Even Care How They Look?

Not only did Bill O'Reilly actually solicit Al Qaeda to attack San Francisco--and specifically Coit Tower-- but Keith Olbermann caught him trying to alter the transcript of the broadcast. But that ultimately didn't matter, because the recording of Bill's actual words was already widely available by then.

I wonder sometimes about the Republicans' grasp of how information travels nowadays. But then, given Nixon's tapes, we can assume they generally have the same expertise as Grandpa at understanding new technology, and certainly very little grasp of the implications of any technology.

Given that Scott McClennan tried to alter transcripts of a press conference earlier this week, and thought no one would notice; given Pat Robertson called for the assassination of Hugo Chavez and the destruction by God of Dover, PA and forgot that these things were not only broadcast, but captured on tape; given Bush's continuing and creepy impression, as given by his speeches, that the rest of us don't already know how badly Iraq is going or what he did to get us there(in his case, because he doesn't watch the news)--


Given all these things, we can conclude at least one thing about conservative Republicans. They don't seem to realize we're not only listening, but noting it down, just as I am right now. No, they do not know how they look. But they also seem to think they can order us to forget, and more, that we'll oblige.

Incredible.

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11 November 2005
 
Rats Leave Sinking Ship, Spit At Captain

GOP leaders privately say Bush's slump is hurting candidate recruitment for crucial midterm elections next year. Some believe he had at least a minimal negative impact on gubernatorial elections this week in Virginia and New Jersey, both won by Democrats.

Republicans like Santorum who are in tough re-election battles are starting to treat Bush like a toxic substance.

In a speech to veterans at the Union League in Philadelphia, Santorum criticized how the war has been presented to Americans, by the White House as well as by the media.

He said Bush made a mistake by calling it a "war on terror," which Santorum equated with calling World War II a "war on Blitzkrieg."

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Bombs?

A professor at Brigham Young University--not exactly an enclave of left-wing radicals--believes that bombs inside the WTC, not the planes that hit them, were responsible for the collapse, and brings up a number of key physics questions about the collapse here. Judge for yourself.

I'm curious as to who he thinks set the bombs. He does not seem to think these bombs have any actual connection to the hijackers. That would be quite a coincidence, not to mention an oddly complicated plot.

But he is correct that the manner in which they collapsed is more the sort of thing you expect from a controlled implosion, as is done in demolition.

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10 November 2005
  Buy Stuff

And now a plug. New items available on Ebay from yours truly, partly to clear out some storage space. Included are two pieces of original art, this and this.

Incidentally, anyone who is interested in purchasing any original artwork you see on this site, feel free to contact me at john.roberson@gmail.com; I'm quite negotiable about most of it.

Next year I plan to have a section on this site where almost all of it will be visible and hopefully some sort of shopping cart may be set up. I beg your patience in the slowness of the site's building, but remember that I am the only webmaster here. (If anyone's willing to volunteer their services, though, don't be shy)

A few more random updates to whomever may care:

If you're one of the twelve people in the world who even come to this site, you'll also notice my blogging has been briefer and less frequent of late, particularly odd given Bush is in a perfect position to be kicked, which is down. But I'm in the midst of finishing two new Vladrushka stories for Michael Dowers at Eros, and so quite busy. This is why you have been temporarily relieved of my ramblings. These are in a style that's a bit of a departure, and any day now my Rosa epic "Soft Ceiling" will be seen in Menage A Trois.

Eh, whaddelse...I will also be doing more Drawing In Dirt as soon as that is finished, and in the new year you will finally get to see a project that has long been in development between the very patient Joe Blackmon and myself, the superhero comic(yes, that's correct) that Marvel said looked too "alternative," the Majestic Squadron.

And there are a couple of surprises I'm not telling you about just yet.

Thanks for clicking. Keep comin' back.

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  He Won't Be Back
"If I would do another 'Terminator' movie I would have Terminator travel back in time and tell Arnold not to have a special election," the former action film star joked. "I should have also listened to my wife who said don't do it."
Well, you know what, Arnold? It's very easy not to be governor of California. I, and indeed, I think, a majority of my fellow citizens of this great nation have never and will never be.

Join us. Resign.
 
  Figment of Pat Robertson's Imagination Turns Back On Pennsylvania

Pat Robertson's off his medication again.

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Even An Enemies List

The Republican playbook: keep doing exactly what sunk Nixon, because if you do something enough times, you must get a different result, or else God might get bored.

No wonder so many of them have such terrible luck at gambling.

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  Bizarro 1994?

The pendulum swings back.

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  Isn't He Lovely

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  FCC Goes Flaccid

The paper tiger reveals itself as such.

I swear, it's like the entire government got neutered and declawed at the same time and is only now noticing.

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  Once A GOP Operative, Always a GOP Operative

Judith Miller looking like an idiot in the Washington Post.

Via Atrios, another example of the "entanglements" of pretend journalist Judy Miller:
["]Adam Clymer, retired political correspondent for the Times, recalls an episode during the 1988 presidential campaign, when Miller was deputy Washington bureau chief.

Then the political editor based in New York, Clymer was awakened just after midnight one morning by a call from Miller, he says. She was demanding that a story about Democratic candidate Michael Dukakis be pulled from the paper.

The story was too soft, she complained -- and said Lee Atwater, the political strategist for Vice President George H.W. Bush, believed it was soft as well. Clymer said he was stunned to realize that Atwater apparently had either seen the story or been told about it before publication. He and Miller argued, he recalls, and he ultimately hung up on her, twice.["]

When she was the deputy Washington bureau chief she was taking stories about the Democratic candidate and showing them to the opposition before they were published.
Stunning. Good riddance to Miller, who is no better than a whore for the GOP.

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09 November 2005
  Retiring In Disgrace

That's what Judy Miller just did.

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  In Praise of Keith

Nice write-up on the only newscaster I never miss(and the only one I trust, leaving aside Jon Stewart), the great Keith Olbermann.

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LePen Emerges From Sewer

What was I just saying?

Fascist bastard Jean-Marie LePen of the National Front claims to be "inundated" with e-mail and prospective memberships in the wake of the still-active Muslim riots in France.

Nice going, Chirac.

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  The Revolt Against The Elephant Begins

A taste of things to come for the GOP.

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08 November 2005
  "Burned bodies. Burned children and burned women."

White phosphorus. Napalm. This is what we've been using on people in Fallujah.

Are you cool with that? They're not, of course.

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If Abramoff Is Willing To Have Someone Killed...

...then wouldn't he be willing to have someone beaten to stop an investigation?

Emilia DiSanto, chief investigator for committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), arrived at her suburban Virginia home after work Wednesday about 6:30 p.m. As she was unloading belongings from her car, a 6-foot-1-inch white man dressed in black struck her repeatedly with an unidentified object believed to be a baseball bat.

After she screamed to her family inside the house, the assailant fled. DiSanto was transported to Inova Fair Oaks Hospital, where she was treated for significant upper-body injuries. Nine staples were needed to close her head wound.

DiSanto, who declined to comment, has reported back to work.

The attack and the possibility that it was motivated by congressional business have made some people anxious on Capitol Hill.


...The attack on DiSanto came two days before a bomb threat caused alarm at an Iowa veterans home where Grassley was scheduled to appear.


...Grassley is known for his aggressive oversight of the public and private sector. Over the past year, he has scrutinized healthcare fraud, organ-donation procedures used by hospitals, drug-safety matters and the use of nonprofit groups related to former lobbyist Jack Abramoff.

In her line of work, DiSanto “doesn’t make a lot of friends,” an aide said.

So this is how Republicans keep party discipline with DeLay occupied?

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07 November 2005
 
"President Cheney"--Well, Duh

Enlightening article at Slate.

Again, isn't it interesting how the media are now actually reporting what most of the rest of us already kind of knew anyway? Rather than being ahead of the rest of us, and warning us of potential danger, the purpose of the press has become to eventually validate the truth, but always a couple of years too late. Properly then, perhaps we should wonder if "reporter" is any longer a meaningful term. What we have now is propagandists(passive and active) or historians.

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11 Days...

...France has been in flames. Note how much the MSM has been reporting on it.

You know that the end result of this is that the evil National Front will be able to skate into power on the platform that they'll prevent this from happening again. Which will lead to more repression, and then more violence and...gee, seems like old times over there in Europe, doesn't it?

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06 November 2005
  As If You Needed Proof

...as promised, here is some damning stuff.

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05 November 2005
 
New York Times: the Road to Atonement?

According to Kos, the NYT tomorrow will be publishing proof that the administration has been lying about the reasons for the war in Iraq.

Of course, there are two disadvantages to this. The first is that it does happen to have been the freaking obvious to most intelligent people, for some time, just from the known facts. The second is that it may hurt the credibility of any revelations to have them published in the NYT, given that we all know they're liars, incompetents and government shills.

On the other hand, better late than never, and perhaps this is the reason Judith Miller has not been fired yet; part of the terms of her continued employment may have been to spill enough leads to the editors that the story could now be pursued, and the paper could now stand a chance at restoring its illusion of credibility.

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04 November 2005
 
New York Post: Murdoch & the Mob

Could it be? Could the New York Post be controlled by the mob?

And what does this mean then regarding its owner, noted Australian supervillain Rupert Murdoch?

This could get interesting...

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Tomlinson Gone From CPB

That would be the guy who has been trying to gut PBS and turn it into more of a conservative mouthpiece than it already is. Congratulations to the board for removing him. And this would be another sign that nobody is afraid of Bush anymore.

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03 November 2005
  The Heck of A Job That Brownie Did

Behold the cluelessness that is Michael Brown's e-mails during Katrina.

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The Difference Between A Real Conservative and a Mindless Cultist

The very conservative William F. Buckley--who once worked for the CIA--weighs in on the Valerie Plame matter, and he considers it quite serious. Is that sufficient, wingnuts?

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Bush: Terminal Velocity

He has hit a nasty 35% approval rating in a CBS poll released today. And here's a summary of the breakdown(courtesy Kos):

Approve 35%

Disapprove 57%

Terrorism 47% (46%)

Iraq 32% (32%)

Economy 34% (32%)

You reap what you sow. Sow what? Well, look at these Republican remarks from when they were still able to be smug.

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Oops, Rove Forgot Something

Looks like Karl, whether he gets indicted or not, could lose his security clearance anyway:
According to last week’s indictment of Scooter Libby, a person identified as “Official A” held conversations with reporters about Plame’s identity as an undercover CIA operative, information that was classified. News accounts subsequently confirmed that that official was Rove. Under Executive Order 12958, signed by President Clinton in 1995, such a disclosure is grounds for, at a minimum, losing access to classified information.

Section 5.1 of Clinton’s executive order prohibits “any knowing, willful or negligent action that could reasonably be expected to result in an unauthorized disclosure of classified information.” While the law against revealing the identity of a CIA operative requires that the perpetrator intentionally disclosed such classified information (a high standard, which may be one reason Fitzgerald did not indict on those grounds), the executive order covers “negligence,” or unintentional disclosure.

That means the only proper answer to a reporter’s questions about Joseph Wilson’s wife would have been something along the lines of, “You know I cannot discuss who may or may not be in the CIA.” The indictment makes clear that this was not the answer Official A provided when the subject was discussed with reporters Bob Novak and Matt Cooper.

Whoops! Butterfingers!




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02 November 2005
 
Michelle Malkin: Ghost Blogger?

Is right-wing attack poodle Michelle Malkin nothing more than a sock puppet for her husband? Examine the evidence.

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  American Gulag

Dick Durbin was making what outrageous accusations again?

Oh, right, these ones that turn out to be completely true.

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“He asked if they should fuck the deer.”

Shakespeare's Sister's take on Scooter Libby's excremental literary efforts. Which are almost enough to put you off reading itself.

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