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The Exorcist

Just goes to show you that if you suck on a big enough pill, it'll choke yo ass to death.

Bush4Ever

I think this might be a little overboard. If Bu$Hitler was so against same-sex couples then why are his parynts still alive?

Intellectual Conservative

Come now .. not even the loony left blogosphere is so detached from reality they'd blame Bush for this??

Pardon me a second ..

HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sorry .. that statement made me laugh because we all know there is no end to the Left's lunacy

Son of the South

4th!

Che Gaiavera

His last words as he dove for Limbaugh's last bottle of OxyContin were, "I wish I knew how to quit you."

But after filming Brokeback Mountain II: The End, he probably needed something to dull the pain.

Dude

"Sorry .. that statement made me laugh because we all know there is no end to the Left's lunacy"

This is a right wing site.

You own it.

feelthelove

Dud is back as another sockpuppet of the leftards who couldn't hang.
Dry up, moron.

How far was Heath's hotel from the airport?

Motor Breath

It most certainly broke something...


Motor Breath

There happy too!!

The Exorcist

All three Demoncrats mentioned Juan McCain last night as the likely GOP opponent.

What does this tell us?

It tells us that the Democrats think Juan McDOA will be the GOP candidate. And if democrats really had their finger on the pulse of America like they do on the inner-most feelings of radical Islamotics, they'd know how to win the White House.

Advantage: Willard Mittler Romney

Motor Breath

G-L-O-R-I-A

Pffft prump prump prumpruuuum...

Okay mutha!

What's da matta wit yer feet son?

"Their happy too!"

Janny_banned_from_Nora's_site_Mae

First Suzanne Pleshette, now Heath Ledger? Is there no end to the treachery of this POTUS?

Political Junkie

Why does Bush hate 28 year old celebreties?

http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=2530234

feelthelove

Fred Thompson quit, and Heath Ledger offs himself. Bush wasn't found reading 'I Get The People's Goat' to a class of underprivileged children on the same day. Coincidence? I think not.

camojack

Maybe, after Bareback Mountin', he was afraid he'd be typecast...

T1

One too many Pina Colada Colonics.

T1

If Sweet Hillary were there things would have been different!

Sweet Hill would have given him mouth to butt resuscitation.

Dave

1)Ledger stars in Brokeback mountain. Every progressive in the world goes to see it.

@)Bu$h is asked if has seen the movie or plans to see it at a press conference. He says "No, I haven't and don't plan to, unless I get orders from my masters in Tel Aviv to see the movie"

3)Ledger is found dead in his condo yesterday.

Connect the dots people!

Let me spell it out for you.

T-H-E J-E-W-S A-R-E B-E-H-I-N-D T-H-I-S!

Menstrual Rainbow

How many more gay cowboys must die before Bush's tax cuts for the rich are repealed?!

Che Gaiavera

Didn't Max Cleland sacrifice most of his limbs so that gay shepherds cowboys could be free to roam the prairies in pantless chaps without fear of this sort of hate crime?

The Exorcist

"Didn't Max Cleland sacrifice most of his limbs so that gay shepherds cowboys could be free to roam the prairies in pantless chaps without fear of this sort of hate crime?"

That's right, Che. He lost his right fist and forearm right up to the elbow for this cause.

Motor Breath

Me thinks Ambien needs to change their motto from "A Good Night Sleep From Start to Finish" to "An Eternal Dirt Nap From Start To....?"

That shit also produces some wacky side effects. Hundreds have reported doing strange things like walking, talking, having sex, raiding the refrigerator, and falling off balconies once they popped one of them babies.

irish

http://news.yahoo.com:80/s/ap/20080123/ap_on_go_pr_wh/misinformation_study


WASHINGTON - A study by two nonprofit journalism organizations found that President Bush and top administration officials issued hundreds of false statements about the national security threat from Iraq in the two years following the 2001 terrorist attacks.

The study concluded that the statements "were part of an orchestrated campaign that effectively galvanized public opinion and, in the process, led the nation to war under decidedly false pretenses."

The study was posted Tuesday on the Web site of the Center for Public Integrity, which worked with the Fund for Independence in Journalism.

White House spokesman Scott Stanzel did not comment on the merits of the study Tuesday night but reiterated the administration's position that the world community viewed Iraq's leader, Saddam Hussein, as a threat.

"The actions taken in 2003 were based on the collective judgment of intelligence agencies around the world," Stanzel said.

The study counted 935 false statements in the two-year period. It found that in speeches, briefings, interviews and other venues, Bush and administration officials stated unequivocally on at least 532 occasions that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction or was trying to produce or obtain them or had links to al-Qaida or both.

"It is now beyond dispute that Iraq did not possess any weapons of mass destruction or have meaningful ties to al-Qaida," according to Charles Lewis and Mark Reading-Smith of the Fund for Independence in Journalism staff members, writing an overview of the study. "In short, the Bush administration led the nation to war on the basis of erroneous information that it methodically propagated and that culminated in military action against Iraq on March 19, 2003."

Named in the study along with Bush were top officials of the administration during the period studied: Vice President Dick Cheney, national security adviser Condoleezza Rice, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of State Colin Powell, Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz and White House press secretaries Ari Fleischer and Scott McClellan.

Bush led with 259 false statements, 231 about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and 28 about Iraq's links to al-Qaida, the study found. That was second only to Powell's 244 false statements about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and 10 about Iraq and al-Qaida.

The center said the study was based on a database created with public statements over the two years beginning on Sept. 11, 2001, and information from more than 25 government reports, books, articles, speeches and interviews.

"The cumulative effect of these false statements — amplified by thousands of news stories and broadcasts — was massive, with the media coverage creating an almost impenetrable din for several critical months in the run-up to war," the study concluded.

"Some journalists — indeed, even some entire news organizations — have since acknowledged that their coverage during those prewar months was far too deferential and uncritical. These mea culpas notwithstanding, much of the wall-to-wall media coverage provided additional, 'independent' validation of the Bush administration's false statements about Iraq," it said.

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Center For Public Integrity: http://www.publicintegrity.org/default.aspx

Fund For Independence in Journalism: http://www.tfij.org/

The Exorcist

"once they popped one of them babies."

I take Ambien-CR. The shit is perfectly safe if you just take one. But if you gobble a whole bottle of them with a gay-cowboy-cock chaser, it'll kill yo ass deader than fried fuckin chicken.

Fist of Etiquette

Apparently, Bush was scheduled to have a little talk today about prescription drug abuse. This is just too much of a coincidence for me to swallow, quite frankly.

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