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Bush Works on His New “Plan” To The Point of Exhaustion

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on December 29th, 2006 9:26 am by HL

Bush taking more time to craft Iraq plan

AP
Excerpt
Bush needs his rest for another big day of killing tomorrowCRAWFORD, Texas -President Bush worked nearly three hours at his Texas ranch on Thursday to design a new U.S. policy in Iraq, then emerged to say that he and his advisers need more time to craft the plan he’ll announce in the new year.
Burdened by low approval ratings on his handling of the war, the president is under mounting pressure to come up with a new blueprint for U.S. involvement in Iraq where the execution of Saddam Hussein — perhaps as early as this weekend — could incite further violence.
“I think the debate is really coming down to: Surge large. Surge small. Surge short. Surge longer,” said Tom Donnelly, a defense and security expert at the conservative American Enterprise Institute. “I think the smart money would say that the range of options is fairly narrow and driven by the situation on the ground in Iraq.”

H.L.s Take:
Wow, he spent a Whole 3 Hours working on his big new plan that is going to make everything he did to kill hundreds of thousands all right. I bet he was tired after that 3 hour long marathon. He must have needed a gallon of Gatorade, and a 2 hour massage to allieviate the fatigue. Could you imagine if Bill Clinton could suddenly come back into office as a way to fix all of Bush’s millions of screwups. How many hours do you think Bill would work on this Iraq problem in the first day? 20?, ah but Bush is the biggest do nothing President ever, actually if he was a do nothing President he would have been far better then he turned out to be. He is a do something (all bad) President. A real take charge guy, when you need everything fouled up beyond repair, Bush is your man.
Of course we already know what the plan is: Send in lots more troops. This way more will die and the war can go on forever. It’s a stroke of genius.


Gerald Ford: Liar, Coward, and Enabler for Republian Crimes that Continue to This Day

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on December 28th, 2006 10:22 am by HL

Gerald R. Ford, the first of only 2 US Presidents who was never elected (Bush being the second) gave interviews that were not to be released until after his death, in which he strongly disagreed with Bush, Cheney, and Rumsfeld about the Iraq war and Bush’s domestic surveillance program. Ford, ever the coward, and Republican crime enabler did not want what he believed to be brought out while he was still alive. The guy was in his nineties for christ sake, what was he afraid they were going to do? Kill him? What a pathetic weakling. If Ford were still in politics today he would have to be a Democrat….

Ford Disagreed With Bush About Invading Iraq-

Washington Post

Ford & Cheney in 1975
Ford and cheney in 1975
Excerpt:
Ford “very strongly” disagreed with the current president’s justifications for invading Iraq and said he would have pushed alternatives, such as sanctions, much more vigorously. In the tape-recorded interview, Ford was critical not only of Bush but also of Vice President Cheney — Ford’s White House chief of staff — and then-Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, who served as Ford’s chief of staff and then his Pentagon chief.
“Rumsfeld and Cheney and the president made a big mistake in justifying going into the war in Iraq. They put the emphasis on weapons of mass destruction,” Ford said. “And now, I’ve never publicly said I thought they made a mistake, but I felt very strongly it was an error in how they should justify what they were going to do….”

H.L.s Take
When I read this article earlier this morning it had Ford being far more critical in what he said about Bush and his war, apparently the story was changed at some point. The whole section about how Ford was against Bush’s domestic spying program is gone, and the criticism that Ford leveled at Bush, Cheney, and Rumsfeld, was significantly toned down. I guess Karl Rove must have called and threatened the cowering media to change the story, and they did. Ah the good old mainstream media, still whoring for Bush after all these years, deaths, and despite the fact that they know how much everyone hates him. The large corporations will never abandon Bush because they do love those tax cuts for the super rich, which they all are.

Lets not forget that before he became Vice President he was asked if he would pardon Nixon, and he replied by saying “I don’t think the country would stand for that” So what does he do as soon as he becomes President? Pardons Nixon for any and all crimes commited. He is also the guy who gave Cheney, and Rumfeld their first jobs in the White House. Jerry Ford, liar, and coward.

Hey Jerry, thanks for speaking out. You could have possibly saved some lives by speaking your mind, which may have inspired others to speak out which may have…..Nah, Bush would have never listened to anyone except the people that were ordering him to go to war, which of course he wanted to do anyway because Bush loves nothing more the killing and death. It still would have been nice to see the opposition in advance, then on your deathbed you could have said “See I told you” but no you were too afraid to speak out until you were dead.


Smarter than Impeachment?

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on December 27th, 2006 9:41 am by HL

Pelosi and Conyers– Smarter than Impeachment-

Op-Ed News
Excerpt:
Pelosi has already stated that it is her constitutional responsibility to investigate. I am certain that within days of the opening of the new congress, Conyers, Waxman and others will begin holding hearings. They will begin investigating some of the most obvious problems and questions and they will happily go where those investigations lead them.
They will be using prosecutors on their investigative teams. One of the most effective ways prosecutors work is to interrogate and “nail” smaller, lower level perpetrators who then “roll over” to inform on higher ups. This is what will be happening all over Washington.
The sweet thing about congressional hearings is that there are no lawyer-client confidentiality priveleges. Yep. The lawyers have to squeal like stuck pigs or face contempt of congress charges– which they are not very likely to do.
The rolling over will quickly reach the upper echelons of power. The evidence and testimony will build.
First, Cheney will be in the targets. Like Spiro Agnew, Nixon’s vice president, Cheney will resign rather than face serious prison charges.

H.L.s Take:
Will this really happen? Will the Democrats finally stop licking Bush’s sack and actually do something? I highly doubt it. I see Bush leaving office in 2009, and within a few years he will be called a “Great Statesman” in the media, like his recently departed party mate Gerald R. Ford. And the brain dead public will believe it.


Merry Christmas From H.L.

Posted in Main Blog (All Posts) on December 24th, 2006 9:56 am by HL

We won’t be having a white Christmas here in Hollywood (72 degrees and Sunny) but hope you get one where you are. Merry Christmas, and Happy Holidays to all….


Today is Super Bowl Sunday in The Smash Ass League

Posted in Main Blog (All Posts) on December 24th, 2006 9:48 am by HL

That’s right, today is the day. The big money payoff for the winner of the game between H.L.s L.A. Rockers, and The Bruisers. I started the season 0-3, and have fought back to the top of the division, then won my playoff game, and now am playing the number 1 team in the league throughout the season. Here are todays starting lineups.

Bruisers
Drew Brees N.O.
Rudi Johnson Cincinnati
Reggie Bush N.O.
Terrell Owens Dallas
Mushin Muhammad Chicago
Alge Crumpler Atlanta
Jeff Wilkins St Louis
New England Patriots Defense.

And for the L.A. Rockers
Rex Grossman Chicago
La Dainian Thomlinson Chargers
Maurice Jones-Drew Jaguars
Plaxico Burress Giants
T. J. Houshmanzadeh Cincinnati
Antonio Gates Chargers
Matt Stover Ravens
Miami Dolphins Defense..

Let the Super Bowl begin. I am off to the bar to watch all the games.


General Was Against Troop Surge Before He Was For It.

Posted in Main Blog (All Posts) on December 24th, 2006 9:16 am by HL

Looks like Bush has been doing some arm twisting with the Generals, he must have threatened to bust them down to Private. Of course the lives of the troops mean nothing compared to their military careers, which Bush is in a postion to stomp all over.

Commander Said to Be Open to More Troops

NY Times
Excerpt:
WASHINGTON, Dec. 23 — The American military command in Iraq is now willing to back a temporary increase in American troops in Baghdad as part of a broader Iraqi and United States effort to stem the slide toward chaos, senior American officials said Saturday.
President Bush and his advisers were told Saturday of the new position when Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates met with them at Camp David, an administration official said.
Until recently, the top ground commander in Iraq, Gen. George W. Casey Jr., has argued that sending more American forces into Baghdad and Anbar Province, the two most violent regions of Iraq, would increase the Iraqi dependency on Washington, and in the words of one senior official, “make this feel more like an occupation.”

H.L.s Take
Of course this will turn into a huge disaster, just like Bush wants. He wants the war to go badly, planned chaos, so they can then send in even more troops, with more weapons, and more bombs that were built by Bush Cronies, and they all get even richer.

Troop ‘surge’ in Iraq would be another mistake

Miami Herald
Excerpt:
Well before Tuesday, when Gates flew off to Iraq, it was clear that Cheney and Bush remained determined to stay the course (without using those words) for the next two years.

H.L.s Take:
Message to Democrats. YOu know control the Congress. DO SOMETHING You weak, pathetic, lackeys. You can stop Bush from doing whatever you want. STOP KISSING HIS ASS, AND DO WHAT THE PEOPLE ELECTED YOU TO DO. Stop funding for the war, and impeach this F**king Monkey all ready.


Obama Continues to Rise

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on December 24th, 2006 9:00 am by HL

What is it about Obama?

LA Times
Excerpt:
Just a generation ago, Harold Washington was campaigning to become the first black mayor of Chicago, and he and Democratic presidential candidate Walter F. Mondale attended Sunday Mass at St. Pascal’s, a predominantly white Roman Catholic parish in Northwest Chicago. They were spit on, cursed and lucky to leave unharmed.
In the 2004 U.S. Senate campaign, Obama carried every precinct but one in St. Pascal’s Portage Park neighborhood. Talk to people who live there now and you could easily get the impression that Obama grew up one block over.
Why?
What is most striking about the surge of interest in Obama is the degree to which it is fueled by people’s estimation of him as an individual, not as a politician. His appeal is almost entirely personal. Abner Mikva, a former federal judge and Illinois congressman who taught with Obama at the University of Chicago, said Obama was probably the smartest man he had ever met. Yet people seldom see him as being anything other than the next-door neighbor they would love to have:


Condi Endorses Barack Obama For President

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on December 22nd, 2006 11:41 am by HL

Rice: U.S. ready for black president

AP
Excerpt:
WASHINGTON – America is ready to elect a black president, says Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
The nation’s highest-ranking black government official, Rice has said repeatedly she will not run for president despite high popularity ratings and measurable support in opinion polls.
“Yes, I think a black person can be elected president,” Rice said in an Associated Press interview Thursday

H.L.s Take:
Of course Condi wouldn’t run for President, she would have no chance of winning. What with all her involvment with Bush, Iraq, and the Republicans? No Way. So who is she talking about. There are no other black leaders in the GOP. Surely she doesn’t mean Jesse Jackson, or Al Sharpton, that would never happened. So it must be Barack. Good choice Condi, America has done a lot worse over the past 6 years and you know it.


Man Convicted of DUI For Walking Bike Across His Own Front Lawn

Posted in Main Blog (All Posts), Videos on December 21st, 2006 12:33 pm by HL

How much more insane must are laws get. Every year more new and tougher laws are enacted here in the U.S. for every type of offense. We are already the most incarcerated nation in the world with more people doing more time for more ridiculous things then China, Russia, and every other nation in the world. Of course as usual its all about fear mongering. Politicians warn you that you are not safe, and everyone cowers in fear, and god forbid the politician that wants to try to bring some sense of reason back to the laws. When that happens the fear mongerers (usually republican) scream out that said politician is “Soft on Crime” and all the Soccer moms and scared republcians run out and vote for the guy who is trumpeting fear. Check out this Video of a guy convicted of drunk driving. He was walking his bike across his own lawn, a cop pulled up and ticketed him for not having a headlight on the bike (!?!?) Then arrested him for DUI because he had one or two. Unbelievable.


Bush: Many More Soldiers in Iraq Have To Die

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on December 21st, 2006 10:50 am by HL

Bush warns of more U.S. losses in Iraq

L.A. Times

You will die when I day you must die
You will die when I say you must die
Excerpt:
WASHINGTON – Acknowledging deepening frustration over Iraq, President Bush said Wednesday he is considering an increase in American forces and warned that next year will bring more painful U.S. losses. New Defense Secretary Robert Gates said in Baghdad that a troop surge was an obvious option.

Bush was unusually candid at a year-end news conference about U.S. setbacks and dashed hopes in the war, which has claimed the lives of more than 2,950 U.S. military members.

He said “2006 was a difficult year for our troops and the Iraqi people. We began the year with optimism…

H.L.s Take:
No George, you began the year with optimism. You were fairly certain that nothing would happen to you. However for the soldiers it is a different story. So if you are in Iraq right now, chances are you won’t be coming home. Sorry about that, but there is nothing Bush can do about it. Everytime Bush gets involved in anything people have to die. How else can they continue to steal billions a year. You understand don’t you soldier????