by altara, Sat Oct 17, 2009 at 04:00:18 AM EDT
George H.W. Bush Rips Maddow, Olbermann: They Are
I thought that Bush 41 had more class. Olbermann can be a bit harsh, but Rachel,while incisive, is fair and has a
charming light touch.
by redstatehatemonitor, Thu Jun 28, 2007 at 04:07:42 AM EDT
Map of Botched Paramilitary Police Raids
The Map Key includes:
Death of an innocent
Raid on an innocent suspect
Death or injury of a police officer
Other examples of paramilitary police excess
Death of a nonviolent offender
Unnecessary raids on doctors and sick people
by Don Davis, Mon Jan 01, 2007 at 06:20:01 AM EST
Reprinted from The Satirical Political Report http://satiricalpolitical.com
Proving once again that his inside access as a journalist is unparalleled, Bob Woodward, appearing today with Larry King, discussed his exclusive interview with Saddam Hussein -- conducted just moments before the deposed Iraqi dictator was hanged for his crimes.
Wearing the black hood of the executioner to conceal his identity, a trick he learned during Watergate days from Deep Throat, Woodward extracted truly remarkable revelations from Saddam, even as Woodward placed the noose around the doomed man's neck.
The transcript released by Woodward reveals that Saddam was strongly opposed to the U.S. invasion, but was reluctant to publicly criticize the Bush Administration, according to the longstanding protocol of honor among thieves.
Hussein also confesses to Woodward that although he always despised Bush 41 for kicking him out of Kuwait, he subsequently developed a grudging respect for the old man, especially after witnessing the rank incompetence of his son, who he referred to as the "not so great Satan."
CONTINUED at: http://satiricalpolitical.com/?p=492
by Arthur Ruger, Sun Nov 12, 2006 at 08:39:51 AM EST
I applaud Newsweek's big-time stinging rebuke and put-down of our lame duck president: (Father Knows Best)
by cognitorex, Thu Oct 05, 2006 at 09:41:13 PM EDT
Oct. 5, 2006, FOX NEWS, 9:00 PM EST
James Baker, the globally accomplished diplomat and former GOP Secretary of State under Reagan totally flummoxed the cartoonish GOP bagman, Sean Hannity.
Point blank, Baker said that given the choice between waging a war or a foreign policy solely restricted to establishing a new democracy in the Mid-east or alternatively pursuing policies of stabilizing the region, policies of stabilization were preferable.
Hannity tried to parry this heretical bashing of Bush's core foreign policy talking point with the usual GOP gobbledygook propaganda such as "this is "World War III" and "this is a fight against Islamo Fascists." Baker seemed uninterested in Sean's offer of GOP red meat talking points and he continued.