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Archive for December 24th, 2006

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.

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
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
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
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.
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: