Thursday, February 23, 2006

Ohhhhhhh....nice framing

I don't know who did this but it was posted on another board which was, in turn, posted from Craiglist.

From craigslist messageboard:-----"It's amazing: Bush Invades Iraq where there is no connection to Terrorists or WMD. But he will sell out America to a Country UAE where there is concrete proof that they supported Terrorism and financed them.They are not a Democracy, there is nothing Democratic about them.Bush Terrorism in Living Color". ~5165

I like that's simple, short and to the point.

Another nice one from this morning's blogs concerning MSNBC showing Olympic Woman's Curling instead of Imus in the Morning: "Better CURLING than HURLING!" from Democratic Underground.

And for lots of laughs, The Rude Pundit (hereinafter referred to as "The rude one") sums up George the Lesser's Black History month speech like this:

How bizarre it must have been for the gathered audience, including that noted friend of the black people, Dick Cheney, listening to the history of African Americans reduced to a list of mostly entertainers and the achievements of George W. Bush. But, then again, the President's attitude toward the whole event is perhaps best summarized by his closing remarks. For after the citations for the President's Volunteer Service Awards were read, Bush ended, no, not gracefully, not with words for peace and justice and equality to triumph, but with the resolve of a man who wants to watch women's curling on the Olympics, saying, "That's it. Thanks for coming. God bless. Appreciate you all." Done and done with the Negroes until next February demands his attention.

There was a blow-by-blow blogging of the "briefing" on the Ports deal which was apparently shown on CSPAN...the sense I get from the blogs was that it was a standard administration "dog-and-pony-show". Anybody else see it?

1 comment:

Ed said...

So Rummy and his aids are pulling the "traitor" crap again....

It proves one more time that the Bush people will lie about everything. Bush has spent the past five years making Americans paranoid for purely political reasons. Now, apparently, if Americans do worry about national security, they are aiding the enemy according to our Deputy Defense Secretary Gordon England:
If the furor over the port deal should go on, Mr. England said, it would give enemies of the United States aid and comfort: "They want us to become distrustful, they want us to become paranoid and isolationist."
It was actually Karl Rove who wanted Americans to become distrustful. Bush and Rove used distrust and paranoia to their political advantage.

I find this interesting because there isn't a coordinated "message" coming out of the administration. Message-wise, they're all over the board on this.