Thursday, May 18, 2006

Hayden thinks we're stupid, Specter becomes the Religious Right's Monica and Bush being Bush.

I had originally thought that Gen. Michael V. Hayden would be an improvement over Tenant and Goss. Now he appears to be more of the same.

Hayden's blaming the media for the CIA's problems. The last refuge of a Republican scoundrel, after waving the flag and thumping the Bible, is to blame the media.

Gen. Michael V. Hayden, President Bush's nominee to become the new CIA director,
vowed today to promote a "risk-taking" culture at the agency and to improve the
sharing of intelligence, but he complained that the CIA has become too much of a
political football and denounced the "endless picking apart" of its operations
in the news media.

This is just another example of the contempt this administration has for the American people. To think that we're so stupid not to realize that the CIA's problems came more from a White House that only wanted intelligence that backed the lies that the administration was putting out at the time.

Let's get a CIA Director that didn't come straight from Bush's backside.

Tempers are starting to flare in the Republican's mad dash to change our Constitution into a document of discrimination. With poll numbers tanking and thinking that the only way that they'll keep their jobs is to give the radical Religious Right a really good hand job, like any good hooker, they'll give it their all.

WASHINGTON -- A Senate committee approved a constitutional amendment banning
same-sex marriage Thursday, after a shouting match that ended when one Democrat
strode out and the Republican chairman bid him "good riddance."

"I don't need to be lectured by you. You are no more a protector of the
Constitution than am I," Judiciary Committee Chairman Arlen Specter, R-Pa.,
shouted after Sen. Russ Feingold declared his opposition to the amendment, his
affinity for the Constitution and his intention to leave the meeting.

"If you want to leave, good riddance," Specter
"I've enjoyed your lecture, too, Mr. Chairman," replied Feingold, D-Wis.,
who is considering a run for president in 2008. "See ya."

Russ Feingold acting like a man. The Democrats need more like him.

Look, if you don't believe that gays or lesbians shouldn't be married, fine, don't marry one. But keep your filthy hands off my Constitution.

As long as China has money and will back the debt we're putting on our kids and grandkids, Bush will spend it. A few billion here, a few billion there, as long as the wealthy don't have to pay, life is good.

President Bush today asked Congress for $1.95 billion to pay for additional
security on the U.S.-Mexico border -- money the White House said would help "fix
the problem of illegal immigration."

No comments:

Post a Comment

I did not mean that Conservatives are generally stupid; I meant, that stupid persons are generally Conservative. I believe that to be so obvious and undeniable a fact that I hardly think any hon. Gentleman will question it.

John Stuart Mill (May 20 1806 – May 8 1873)