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Bush 3000

Posted in Main Blog (All Posts), Pictures on January 2nd, 2007 3:53 pm by HL

Heres the latest from Pixwit

Bush is proud of all he had killed


CNN Intentionally Confuses Osama with Obama

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on January 2nd, 2007 3:45 pm by HL

CNN apologizes for Obama gaffe in Bin Laden graphic

Raw Story

Excerpt
A Monday night broadcast of CNN’s Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer confused America’s “number one enemy” with one of America’s most popular senators
During the Jan. 1 broadcast of Wolf Blitzer’s nightly news program, a pre-commercial preview of the show’s next segment included a story on the hunt for Al Qaeda’s leadership. Over a photo of Osama Bin Laden and his second-in-command Ayman Al-Zawahiri, Blitzer stated, according to the transcript, “Plus, a new year, but the same mission. Will 2007 bring any new changes in the hunt for Osama bin Laden?”
But instead of asking “Where’s Osama?” the graphic over the two Islamists read “Where’s Obama?” referencing the surname of popular Illinois Democratic Senator Barack Obama.

A variety of incidents over the course of recent months have created a perception that pundits and news organizations are attempting to link the popular freshman senator and possible presidential candidate with militant Islam.

Initially, a variety of news organizations and pundits began pointing out that Obama’s middle name was “Hussein,” given to him by his father who was born and raised a Muslim. In early November, Chris Matthews on MSNBC suggested that the “Hussein” moniker will “be interesting down the road.” Republican pundits and strategists then began referring to Obama’s middle name more pointedly. On an MSNBC broadcast, GOP strategist Ed Rogers said Obama’s full name with a deliberately heavy emphasis on his middle name, and radio show host Rush Limbaugh later called him “Barack Hussein Odumbo.” (A list of these and other Obama-related incidents are available at Media Matters for America.)

On a Dec. 11 broadcast of Blitzer’s show, other moves suggested an effort to sustain a meme on Obama’s Islamic links. First, a commentary by Jeff Greenfield asked “Is there any other major public figure who dresses the way he does?” and answered, “Why, yes. It is Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.” He thereupon described Obama as a “sartorial timebomb.” Greenfield later insisted that his remarks were merely a joke.

On the same broadcast, CNN correspondent Jeanne Moos made the Osama-Obama link. She noted, “Someone could confuse Obama with Osama. Only one little consonant differentiates the two names. And as if that similarity weren’t enough, how about sharing the name of a former dictator?”

Following on these incidents, a conservative pundit went as far as to suggest that Obama might be a kind of Muslim Manchurian Candidate. An article by syndicated columnist Debbie Schlussel on December 18th asked “is a man who Muslims think is a Muslim, who feels some sort of psychological need to prove himself to his absent Muslim father, and who is now moving in the direction of his father’s heritage, a man we want as President when we are fighting the war of our lives against Islam? Where will his loyalties be?”

H.L.s Take:
They used to call CNN “The Clinton News Network,” Are they doing this in order to get people to start associating Barack Obama, with Saddam Hussein, and Osama Bin Laden so that people will fear Obama and vote for Hilary in the primary. She is a part of the Clinton-Bush Alliance afterall. There is no way that this was an accident. I worked in Television master control for 4 years, they are responsible for graphics. Those graphics are checked and rechecked by any number of people before they appear on air. There is no way that could have slipped through, the bosses at CNN obvioulsy approved this. CNN is taking a page out of Bush’s playbook where if Bush mentions Saddam Hussein and 9/11 often enough people will begin to just assume that the two are connected. The only problem with CNNs plan is that Democrats do not let fear run their lives, are not as stupid as Republicans and won’t be fooled. It’s amazing how far the mainstream media will go to lie to thier viewers. It’s pretty clear that the elite establishment (like the MSM) doesn’t like Barack Obama. As far as CNNs story about finding Osama Bin Laden, thats impossible, he’s dead.


When Does Bush’s Trial For War Crimes Begin???

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on January 2nd, 2007 2:47 pm by HL

Newsweek
is now working for Tony Snow?

Bartcop.com

That’s what Newsweek is selling to America.

What do I think?

Stupid, inhuman and emboldened by a false sense of entitlement,

George W Bush ruled and taunted the world for a terrifying six years
– so far.

What does the world think?

Newsweek can’t give us the facts because the facts show Bush to be

nothing more than another evil dictator – with far deadlier weapons.

H.L.s Take:
As usual Bart is right on the money. Bush and Saddam were equals, both were ruthless dictators that went around killing indiscriminately. Bush took it upon himself to invade a sovereign nation, seize the leader of the nation, and have him executed. That means that if some other country with a stronger military then ours were to invade us and seize Bush, they could do the same to him. It was OK when Saddam was killing his own people while he was at war with our enemy Iran, but once his usefullness to us was worn out. Then it was time to have him killed. Just one more sucker who didn’t understand that if you get in bed with the Bush’s sooner or later you get F**ked.

The Bush crime family created Saddam


Democrats Won’t Allow Republicans to Try to Stop Newest Law Changes

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on January 2nd, 2007 9:54 am by HL

Democrats To Start Without GOP Input

Washington Post
Excerpt
House Democrats intend to pass a raft of popular measures as part of their well-publicized plan for the first 100 hours. They include tightening ethics rules for lawmakers, raising the minimum wage, allowing more research on stem cells and cutting interest rates on student loans.
The episode illustrates the dilemma facing the new party in power. The Democrats must demonstrate that they can break legislative gridlock and govern after 12 years in the minority, while honoring their pledge to make the 110th Congress a civil era in which Democrats and Republicans work together to solve the nation’s problems. Yet in attempting to pass laws key to their prospects for winning reelection and expanding their majority, the Democrats may have to resort to some of the same tough tactics Republicans used the past several years.
For several reasons, House Democrats are assiduously trying to avoid some of the heavy-handed tactics they resented under GOP rule. They say they want to prove to voters they are setting a new tone on Capitol Hill. But they are also convinced that Republicans lost the midterms in part because they were perceived as arrogant and divisive.

“We’re going to make an impression one way or the other,” said one Democratic leadership aide. “If it’s not positive, we’ll be out in two years.”

House Republicans say their strategy will be to offer alternative bills that would be attractive to the conservative “Blue Dog” Democrats, with an eye toward fracturing the Democratic coalition. They hope to force some tough votes for Democrats from conservative districts who will soon begin campaigning for 2008 reelection and will have to defend their records.

“We’ll capitalize on every opportunity we have,” said one GOP leadership aide, adding that Republicans were preparing alternatives to the Democrats’ plans to raise the minimum wage, reduce the interest on student loans, and reduce the profits of big oil and energy companies.

In the House, Louise M. Slaughter (D-N.Y.), who will chair the Rules Committee, said she intends to bring openness to a committee that used to meet in the middle of the night. In the new Congress, the panel — which sets the terms of debate on the House floor — will convene at 10 a.m. before a roomful of reporters.

“It’s going to be open,” Slaughter said of the process. “Everybody will have an opportunity to participate.”

H.L.s Take:
The article says that Republicans are getting angry that the democrats won’t let them in on the decision making process in the house. Awww, gee thats too bad guys, maybe if you had done the same for the Democrats for the past 12 years they might be a little more willing to include you in the process. The Dems in the house say they will allow the Republicans the chance to take place in the processes of Governing that Republicans never gave Democrats. Thats great, and when the republicans come back into power because the Dems allowed themselves to be pushed around like little girls, do you think the GOP will do the same for you. Never. Stomp on them all with an iron foot every chance you get.