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31 January 2007
Our Fine Troops

One soldier's thoughts on Iraq. And 15-year-old Iraqi girls. And walking naked prisoners around like dogs. He's for it, it seems.

How did we get used to this?


  Richard Thompson on Iraq

Update: a commenter has pointed out that you can get an mp3 of the song, called "Dad's Gonna Kill Me" here. And below is Thompson's concert cheatsheet.


And Now There's No One Who Cares To Shield Karl

Especially after his base strategy lost Congress and he's no longer a "genius" or "indispensable." It appears Matthew Cooper of Time just testified Karl Rove told him about Valerie Plame.

The day after Wilson's article, the White House acknowledged that President George W. Bush's January 2003 State of the Union address shouldn't have included a claim that Saddam Hussein had sought to buy uranium in Africa.

Cooper said he was looking into the controversy over that statement when he spoke on July 11, 2003, to Rove, who hasn't been charged in the leak investigation.

Rove said, ``A number of things were going to be coming out about Mr. Wilson that would cast him in a different light,'' including who was involved in sending Wilson to Africa, Cooper testified.

``I said `who' and he said, `like, his wife,''' Cooper said. Rove said Wilson's wife worked in weapons of mass destruction at ``the agency,'' which Cooper said he took to mean the Central Intelligence Agency. Rove then said, ``I've already said too much. I've got to go,'' Cooper said.

I think Rove would be served best with melted cheese. And maybe with a side of Cheney. (his subpoenaed notes below. Hat tip to Andrew Sullivan)

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  Aqua Teen Shuts Down Boston

I guess if they wanted publicity, they've got it!


  Bush Tries To Kill The Press

With a tractor, which is very Stalinesque.
Touring a Caterpillar factory in Peoria, Ill., the Commander in Chief got behind the wheel of a giant tractor and played chicken with a few wayward reporters. Wearing a pair of stylish safety glasses--at least more stylish than most safety glasses--Bush got a mini-tour of the factory before delivering remarks on the economy. "I would suggest moving back," Bush said as he climbed into the cab of a massive D-10 tractor. "I'm about to crank this sucker up." As the engine roared to life, White House staffers tried to steer the press corps to safety, but when the tractor lurched forward, they too were forced to scramble for safety."Get out of the way!" a news photographer yelled. "I think he might run us over!" said another. White House aides tried to herd the reporters the right way without getting run over themselves. Even the Secret Service got involved, as one agent began yelling at reporters to get clear of the tractor. Watching the chaos below, Bush looked out the tractor's window and laughed, steering the massive machine into the spot where most of the press corps had been positioned.
I do hope there's video of this somewhere. Bush in that thing would be a great match for Dukakis in the tank.


30 January 2007
  Conservatives on Immigration


Exploding Judy!

Judy Miller on the stand in the Libby trial:

"Miller testified Tuesday that Libby discussed the CIA officer on June 3, 2003. He said Wilson’s wife worked for the “bureau,” Miller recalled. She was confused about that at first, she said. “Through the context of the discussion, I quickly determined it to be the CIA,” she testified.

Firedoglake, which has been covering the CIA leak trial closely, is in the courtroom now. "This is not the picture of someone who is relaxed," blogger EmptyWheel notes.

It "looks like she's doing breathing exercises, pouring herself water. Got out of chair and is now back," adds EmptyWheel. "Gets more water... Looking around cautiously. Closes eyes. Breathes. Breathes out. Looking straight forward. Head darts nervously. Staring forward. Shifts in chair. Looks toward Libby's team? Looks toward lawyers. Adjusts blouse. Looks at lawyers again. Looks down, folds arms. Looks down. Looks toward Libby's team. Folds arms, leans back, turning in swivel chair. Takes glasses off. Looks for tissue to wipe her hands."

Oh, in case you didn't catch it, she contradicted Libby's testimony, as Ari Fleischer did yesterday. Which can be a problem in a perjury trial. What testimony?

"On the specific issue of Scooter Libby and whether or not he lied when he said he learned about a CIA operative from NBC's Tim Russert on July the 10th. 2003. Judy Miller testified in the last hour that there were two conversations that she had with Scooter Libby -- before that date -- when she said she heard from Scooter Libby talking about Joe Wilson and Valerie Wilson and Valerie Wilson worked at the counter-proliferation division at the CIA. Once again, this bolsters the prosecution argument that after the criminal investigation into the leak began, Scooter Libby told investigators and told the grand jury, he only first learned about the CIA operative from reporters in July. The prosecution is again introducing yet another witness who is saying that Libby was talking about that same Valerie Wilson before Libby's conversations with reporters."
That one. Bottom line: Cheney set Libby up as a patsy for this. Clever.

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29 January 2007
All Hail The Emperor

Bush demonstrates why he isn't so distressed at having lost Congress. Appears he doesn't need them, but he'd already shown that with his "signing statements" habit. It's not so much the thing itself as what it implies.

WASHINGTON, Jan. 29 — President Bush has signed a directive that gives the White House much greater control over the rules and policy statements that the government develops to protect public health, safety, the environment, civil rights and privacy.

In an executive order published last week in the Federal Register, Mr. Bush said that each agency must have a regulatory policy office run by a political appointee, to supervise the development of rules and documents providing guidance to regulated industries. The White House will thus have a gatekeeper in each agency to analyze the costs and the benefits of new rules and to make sure the agencies carry out the president’s priorities.

This strengthens the hand of the White House in shaping rules that have, in the past, often been generated by civil servants and scientific experts. It suggests that the administration still has ways to exert its power after the takeover of Congress by the Democrats.

Between this, a military now used to and trained in torture and urban combat, and the loss of habeas corpus: watch your back.

Particularly in light of this, just as we enter the traditional time of the year whose weather provides a window of opportunity for invasions of middle eastern countries

It doesn't matter what you want or think is right. It doesn't matter if everyone in the world is against him. He's a-gonna do what he wanted to do in the first place. And not mentioning Katrina in the SOTU wasn't an accident. Why discuss his distractions?


Libby's Story Falls Apart

And all it took was for Ari Fleischer to be under oath, and therefore legally prevented from being the Wall of Silence he so effectively was as press secretary. Which he's not paid to be anymore anyway, and this isn't an administration that inspires loyalty past the final paycheck. And he's testifying under immunity anyway. Here's where the true fragmentation of the Bush administration begins. Cheney is the one who will end up going because of this, you see.

Former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer testified yesterday that I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby divulged Valerie Plame's identity to him in July 2003, three days before Libby has told investigators he first learned of the undercover CIA officer.

Fleischer's narrative of Libby's "hush-hush" disclosures over a lunch table in a White House dining room made President Bush's former spokesman the most important prosecution witness to date in the week-old perjury trial of Vice President Cheney's onetime chief of staff.

Though a series of government officials have told the jury that Libby eagerly sought information about a prominent critic of the Iraq war, former ambassador Joseph C. Wilson IV, Fleischer was the first witness to say Libby then passed on what he learned: that Wilson's wife was a CIA officer who had sent him on a trip to Africa. Wilson's mission there was to explore reports, ultimately proved false, that Iraq had tried to buy nuclear material in Niger...

Fleischer, testifying under an immunity agreement with the prosecution, also made it clear that Libby had told him Wilson's wife held a position in the CIA's counterproliferation division, where most employees work in a covert capacity.

In September, 2003, about 2 1/2 months after his conversations with reporters about Plame, Fleischer testified that he saw a news account that the CIA had asked the Justice Department to investigate a possible illegal leak of a covert CIA officer's identity.

"I thought, 'Oh, my God. Did I play a role in somehow outing a CIA officer? . . . Did I just do something that I could be in big trouble for?' "

Well, he can't get in big trouble anymore!

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That's The Way They Do It

Former White House aide Cathie Martin testifies under oath as to Cheney's methods of media manipulation.

I know you're very shocked.


27 January 2007
  Lynch: 9/11

David Lynch's doubts about the official explanation of 9/11.

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25 January 2007
  If Only


  Andy Griffith vs. Patriot Act

Hat tip to Andrew Sullivan.


23 January 2007
State, Union, Whatever

Watched the address. Absolutely nothing important said. And Bush's new fantasy of relieving employers of any burden to provide healthcare is already about as dead as it can be. And you better believe that, even with Michael Chertoff(who has less hair every time I see him on TV) clearly present, not once was New Orleans mentioned.

This man, this chimp: he's on his way out and all he can do is, for the first time in any of his SOTU addresses, attempt to sound conciliatory. Nice try, and worthy of a man who knows he's a whisker from impeachment, particularly if he drags us into Iran.

And here he is talking about an issue he had claimed he would bring up, but didn't. Just as well, as you can see.


My Jaw Hit The Floor

And not just because I'm clumsy and the cat likes to trip me. By way of Andrew Sullivan(who will be moving to the Atlantic Monthly soon), this...I don't even know what to call it. I almost think it may be parody, but I...just watch. Just watch. Sullivan said it's either terrifying or sublime. I would say it'd be hate if it weren't so sad. And funny.

Also by way of Sullivan, this video that has many remarkable similarities.


  Every Pop Star That Ever Lived



A short story by Colleen Doran and Warren Ellis at Artbomb.


Richard Perle Declares Imminent Iran Attack

The Prince of Darkness is spreading the word that Bush is about to attack Iran, as ING announced to its clients last week.

And our new Democratic Congress that was elected to get us out of the war we're already losing is doing what to stop this? I hear crickets.



Come join the jam.


22 January 2007
  Watch It Quick 22

Just in time for my birthday!

Uploaded by nils82

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  I'd Like Some YouTube Without So Much Google In It

That would be Dailymotion. Check it out.


  Return of the Fairness Doctrine?

That's the proposal of Rep. Maurice Hinchey (D-NY):

Hinchey faults the mainstream media for failing to tell Americans the truth about “an administration in Washington that has falsified information to people about weapons of mass destruction in order to justify an illegal and unjustified attack perpetrated on Iraq. How was it that Congress voted to give the President that authority? And how was it that so many people just bought into it when Iraq had nothing to do with the attacks on the World Trade Center and whatever weapons they had were given to them by the Reagan administration?”

Talk radio has become dominated by shows that are “right wing, even neo-fascist,” he said, adding that even the best newspapers gave readers a “con job” by reporting false information fed by the administration.

“This should make every single citizen in America deeply concerned,” he told conference attendees. “What lies will they tell in the future to jeopardize this democratic republic or even end this democratic republic? That is the objective of many of those involved.”...

The Fairness Doctrine required that broadcasters give equal time to people who wished to express an opposing viewpoint. “Under the Reagan administration, the FCC wiped out that rule and said only businesses that operate stations can express their view,” Hinchey noted. Congress passed a bill that would have required the FCC to reinstate the Fairness Doctrine, but that bill was vetoed by Reagan.

“The veto said clearly that this is an idea from the political right wing because we do not want to allow other points of view – because if we allow free and open discussion on the environment, healthcare [and other issues], in almost every case the right wing will lose.”


21 January 2007
  I'm Old

38 today. Jaysis.

Here are other people and other events that happened today. And a really weird video of "Lather."


  The Grinning Imbecile That Is Your President

Bob Cesca comments here.

On PBS's NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, he was doing it again. A lot. But unlike the sly, giggly grinning in the 60 MinutesNewsHour expressions more closely resemble a man who just finished watching a litter of puppies being fed ice cream by floating babies dressed in sunflower costumes.

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19 January 2007
The Armenian Genocide Continues

But now, unlike last time, they've decided to pick them off one by one.


18 January 2007
  Had To Happen Eventually

O'Reilly versus Colbert. Dear God.


17 January 2007
Meaningless Resolution About Pointless War

The Senate has taken a completely fangless step toward stopping Bush's troop surge. But I guess it means they'll be able to say they did something.


  Germans: Ever Obedient

Even when it's just a satellite navigation system. Apparently this has been happening a lot.


Bush Does Opposite of Evil

For once, anyway. He will not be reauthorizing the domestic wiretap program. Someone's afraid of impeachment...


16 January 2007
  Just A Reminder


15 January 2007
US & Israel To Attack Iran Soon, ING Group Tells Investors

And information that has money riding on it is usually more trustworthy than the lies of politicians. Of course, we already committed an act of war against Iran last week, so...

I know you're scared now. Don't worry, the media will jump in just in time to make it entertaining for you, just like in 2003.


14 January 2007
  Tom Tomorrow: The Very Bad Idea, Part Two


  My Mood Today


  Tucker Carlson Is Still a Dick

Jon Stewart sure called that one.


13 January 2007
  The Dr. Seuss Bible!


  Massive Attack: "Special Cases"

Don't tell your man what he don't do right
Nor tell him all the things that make you cry
But check yourself for your own shit
And don't be making out like it's all his
Take a look around the world
You see such bad things happening
There are many good men
Ask yourself is he one of them

The deadliest of sin is pride
Make you feel like you're always right
But they're always two sides
It takes two to make love, two to make a life

Take a look around the world
You see such mad things happening
There are few good men
Thank your lucky star that he's one of them

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Cheney's Dream of the Imperial Presidency

The only reason any of this has been going on.

Meanwhile, the Pentagon is threatening lawyers who defend Gitmo detainees.

Impeach the bastards before this gets worse. Or have you forgotten habeas corpus is still abolished?


  Paula Abdul, Drunk As Hell


12 January 2007
  Robert Fripp




  Ministry of Sound Does Jefferson Airplane


  Margaret Carlson Identifies The Nation's Enemies For You


11 January 2007
Historical Resonance

And in less than twenty-four hours after we attack Iran's embassy in Iraq, our own embassy gets rocket-bombed, in Athens.

Athens is, of course, a place that could teach us a thing or two about pointless, self-destructive, elective wars of imperialism. (Rome too, for that matter)


Here's An Idea For Female Soldiers In Iraq

Pose for Playboy and you'll be home instantly. And you'll keep morale up, too! You'll need to, because the Pentagon just dropped the time limit on active-duty soldiers serving. That's right, once you're in now, you're in, potentially, forever. That ought to really boost recruitment.


  "Ashley Treatment"

Your child is disabled. So why not make her a permanent baby while you're at it?


  What The Fuck Are You Letting Him Do?

We are already at war with Iran as of this morning. Hear about it? Of course not.

Bush and Cheney must be removed from office before this gets even worse. I seriously give not one fuck about our "pride" or any of it now. Is this something to take pride in, continuing a mistake that kills people? We should never have been there and there is nothing to be gained, and nothing we can fix. Every soldier in Iraq should be brought home right now.

"Crocodile tears is false or insincere weeping, a hypocritical display of emotions.
The expression comes from an ancient anecdote that crocodiles weep in order
to lure their prey, or that they cry
for the victims they are eating."

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10 January 2007
  Impeach Him. Now.

Because he will keep doing this until every last available person is dead.

Here's the transcript.


Rudy Giulaini(tm)

It seems that Rudy Giulaini has trademarked the name Rudy Giulaini, which means that you might get in big trouble with Rudy Giulaini's lawyers if you say Rudy Giulaini's name without permission or say that when Rudy Giulaini was mayor of New York, Rudy Giulaini was an authoritarian asshole and that Rudy Giulaini would be about the worst president we could get.

So of course, it's advisable to stop using the name Rudy Giulaini. Of course, as that would only decrease Rudy Giulaini's visibility and therefore viability, I can't say that's a bad thing. Though maybe it is for Rudy Giulaini.


09 January 2007
  Reasons To Be Cheerful


  "The Skeleton Dance"


  Bush And Abramoff Look Cute Together

Only I thought they'd never met?...


08 January 2007
Ma Bell Rises From Grave

Bet you didn't notice this happen; I didn't. Tim Wu lists many reasons it could be a bad thing but then says, "There is such a thing as a friendly giant." Actually, last time I looked, outside of Grimm and Wilde, in point of fact there isn't. Maybe a friendly dragon? No, no, same problem...


05 January 2007
Which One Is Travis Bickle, And Which Is Glenn Beck?

Taxi Driver protagonist or CNN anchor? You decide!

"Someday a real rain's gonna come and wash all the scum and filth off the streets."


"Actually, that would clean the streets out. It might not be bad."


  This Week's Stupidest Political Cartoon


04 January 2007
Saddam Hussein: A Little History

A reminder that Hussein was perhaps a bastard, but still was a bastard we built, from Ted Rall. Here's a little fact to remind you all that what we're going through in Iraq is only part of a much, much longer saga. Some might think, for instance, that the 1991 Gulf War, unlike our--I don't even know what you'd want to call what we've been doing--in Iraq, was justifiable. That the current Iraq mess validates the Kuwait mess, because at least that was over fairly quickly, and had a definite plan. Remember? All the reasons people pretend Colin Powell was, at least once, a great man.

Actually, the whole thing was our fault. Hussein invading, everything; and I don't mean just because we gave him the weapons. Most people don't remember this little tidbit, that was publicly reported at the time and then marginalized about as quick. But I do. And Ted does too.

Tensions with Kuwait, whose territorial legitimacy had not been recognized by any Iraqi leader since the country's founding in 1920, had been rising over alleged "slant drilling" beneath the border into Iraqi oilfields and Kuwait's refusal to reduce oil production to raise prices as requested by the OPEC cartel.

At the fateful meeting, Saddam asked Ambassador April Glaspie: Would the U.S. object to an invasion? "We have no opinion on your Arab-Arab conflicts, such as your dispute with Kuwait," she replied. "Secretary [of State James] Baker has directed me to emphasize the instruction, first given to Iraq in the 1960s, that the Kuwait issue is not associated with America."

The signal was clear. Bright green.

Hussein was only doing what we encouraged him to do. If a vicious dog gets set loose from his leash, do you blame the dog, for doing what you'd expect, or the owner, for releasing him consciously?



Apparently a movie, if it stars Tom Sizemore, can actually gross that little. And only the theater makes up for it in popcorn.

03 January 2007
Poster Children: "21st Century"

Hat tip to Andrew Sullivan. (officially now a liberal no matter what he thinks. Gooble gobble, one of us) The spooky thing is that this song's from 1997.


Fox Admits Bush's Cocaine Use

While trying to trash Barack Obama. Priceless. You can always count on Fox & Friends for the ultimate in idiocy. Oh--the book she mentions, Fortunate Son, is just below. It's a book Bush may have killed the author for, too.


02 January 2007
  Carl Sagan on Astrology


  More Classic Propaganda

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  Olbermann on "Sacrifice"

At Crooks & Liars.

As Senator Biden has pointed out, the new troops might improve the ratio our forces, face relative to those living in Baghdad (friend and foe), from 200 to 1, to just 100 to 1.



A drop in the bucket.

The additional men and women you have sentenced to go there, sir, will serve only as targets.

They will not be there "short-term," Mr. Bush; for many it will mean a year or more in death's shadow.

This is not temporary, Mr. Bush.

For the Americans who will die because of you… it will be as permanent as it gets.


  Hitchens On Hussein Execution

At Slate.
Did U.S. officials know that the designated "executioners" would be the unwashed goons of Muqtada Sadr's "Mahdi Army"—the same sort of thugs who killed Abdul Majid al-Khoei in Najaf just after the liberation and who indulge in extra-judicial murder of Iraqis every night and day? Did our envoys and representatives ask for any sort of assurances before turning over a prisoner who was being held under the Geneva Conventions? According to the New York Times, there do seem to have been a few insipid misgivings about the timing and the haste, but these appear to have been dissolved soon enough and replaced by a fatalistic passivity that amounts, in theory and practice, to acquiescence in a crude Shiite coup d'état. Thus, far from bringing anything like "closure," the hanging ensures that the poison of Saddamism will stay in the Iraqi bloodstream, mingling with other related infections such as confessional fanaticism and the sort of video sadism that has until now been the prerogative of al-Qaida's dehumanized ghouls. We have helped to officiate at a human sacrifice. For shame.


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  Katrina Murders

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