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        Thursday, June 22, 2006

       More News: Coulter Vs. Hitler quiz. Skilling Wants Enron Verdict Tossed. (and more)

Hitler Vs. Coulter Quiz. Who Said it Adolf, or Ann?

"Hence it is that at the present time the liberal is the great agitator for the complete destruction of America. Whenever we read of attacks against America taking place in any part of the world the liberal is always the instigator."

Who said it?? Hitler or Coulter?

China pleased after watching U.S. wargames .

SHANGHAI, China - Chinese military observers said Thursday that observing U.S. military exercises in the Pacific this week gave them a better understanding of U.S. weapons and tactics.
Delegation leader Rear Adm. Zhang Leiyu called the visit to the war games near Guam "a positive step in China-U.S. military ties," the official Xinhua News agency reported.

H.L.s Take:
Thats great, now if they ever want to attack us. They will know our secrets.

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Polls, Pundits and Pols

You'd never know it from some of the reporting and bloviating on the debate over an Iraq withdrawal, but all major polls show that the public favors withdrawals, with strong support for a timeline or total pullout within a year.

Democratic Daily
Rick Santorum’s WMD Tall Tale

Rick Santorum told a tall tale during the debate on the Kerry-Feingold Iraq amendment and in a press conference on Wednesday.
We have found weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, chemical weapons,” Santorum claimed, smug and lying like a rug on the floor. He cited report by the National Ground Intelligence Center, a Defense Department intelligence unit, that he had heard about a month or so ago, but “no one had seen before”. Oh, so very convenient, that Ricky pulled that one out of the air just in time for the debate on the Kerry-Feingold amendment

Brad Blog
Poll Workers Indicted in Tennessee, GOP 'Sore Losers' Continue Fight to Overturn Election

Apparently, it's neither a case of "sour grapes" nor "sore losers" when Republicans challenge elections that they reportedly lost. That's only the case when Democrats charge irregularities or illegalities in an election. And, of course, when it's a Republican whose ox has been gored, the GOP uses every available means to fight the results of the election, and the courts and the legislatures usually play along. And nobody bothers to call them "tin-foil hat conspiracy theorists." Go figure.

Thank You
Lt. Watada Refused Deployment today

BREAKING NEWS (June 22, 2006) - At approx 0230 hours this morning, June 22, U.S. Army 1st Lt. Ehren Watada refused written orders to board a bus bound for an adjacent airstrip, and Iraq War deployment - as he has pledged to do since first speaking out against the illegal Iraq War. At this time Lt. Watada has been restricted to base, possibly confined to quarters, and has been ordered to have no contact with any non-military personnel, with the exception of his civilian lawyer. More information is coming soon.

SF Gate
AT&T rewrites rules: Your data isn't yours

AT&T has issued an updated privacy policy that takes effect Friday. The changes are significant because they appear to give the telecom giant more latitude when it comes to sharing customers' personal data with government officials.
The new policy says that AT&T -- not customers -- owns customers' confidential info and can use it "to protect its legitimate business interests, safeguard others, or respond to legal process."

BBC News
Enron boss wants verdict quashed

Former Enron boss Jeffrey Skilling is asking a judge to overturn last month's court verdict that found him guilty of fraud and conspiracy at the firm.

New jobless claims up 11,000 last week

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The number of U.S. workers claiming an initial week of jobless aid rose 11,000 last week...


At 6:58 PM, Anonymous said...

Screw China!!! And thats what we are gonna do.!!! I dig my tax cut!! I really dig the massive military build up. Missile defense and so forth. I dig borrowing money from China. Why???. Later we will have tensions over Tawain and North Korea and so forth. We can then right those billions off that we owe them. What would they do??Then take all that money we were supposed to pay them.....and.....well....GIVE EVERONE ANOTHER TAX CUT!!As far as Chinas perspective....well....they can analyze the Nuclear blast destruction zone of what ever city Bush decides to turn into BEEF AND BROCOLI!! HA HA HA HA HA ..What is all that?? Well that is Buck's take!!! Buck out!!

At 9:01 PM, Anonymous said...


You must be from the mentally challenged wing of the GOP. Every post you've made that I've seen consistently shows your lack of knowledge of history, politics and current affairs. So keep up the posts and keep showing how limited you are! : )


At 6:23 PM, Anonymous said...

And I have been just as impressed with your imput! In fact ....Im amused! I eat, sleep and sh*t history and politics. In addition to world affairs. So dont go down that road I would not want to do that to you.....Or maby I would......See ya!! and would not want to be ya!!! Buck out!!!


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