Friday, July 14, 2006

Lovin' Every Minute Of It Part 1

bush's response when asked yesterday about his reaction to Israel's relentless bombing of Lebanon and the deaths of so many innocents:

"It's a necessary part of the 21st century."

The rest of the world is condemning the bombing. The U.S. government is saying go for it and that they're behind them (Israel) 100%.

Iran is threatening to enter the conflict. My guess is that Syria is "chomping at the bit". Hot spot? Well, Lebanon is literally on fire. Let's hope it doesn't last three years like Iraq has so far. Let us hope for an early end.

What's the U.S. business reaction? Gasoline prices have raised, on the average, ten cents across the board, since yesterday. THIS IS IN ANTICIPATION OF ANOTHER CRUDE OIL INCREASE, MIND YOU! Wait until the real OPPORTUNITY arises. How much more are the citizens (PAWNS) of this planet going to take?

Cheney and Rove will need to prepare another executive escape from conviction, but maybe the public will see a little of the prosecution.

Ex-CIA agent Valerie Plame, pictured April 2006, sued US Vice President Dick Cheney, President George W. Bush's former top advisor Karl Rove, and a third former White House official for conspiring to expose her secret identity.(AFP/File/Mandel Ngan)


Of course he's not stepping aside. After all, his other Republican buddies are deceptive too!

Alan Schlesinger, the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, answers questions during a news conference in the Legislative Office Building in Hartford, Conn., Thursday, July 13, 2006. Schlesinger say he has no plans to step aside amid revelations he used an alias on a Foxwoods Casino rewards card 15 years ago. Schlesinger, a self-described recreational blackjack player, said he used the pseudonym at Foxwoods because he was a state legislator and the mayor of Derby and wanted privacy. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)

Do these people ALWAYS look like this? Maybe they can't help it. Maybe if we knew what they know we'd look like this all the time too. Just guessing.

U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) is joined by White House Chief of Staff Joshua Bolten (2nd L), Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (C), National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley (2nd R) and Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff as they listen during a news conference in the East Room at the White House in Washington, July 6, 2006. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES)

So, who would pay $1000 to listen to 100% fascist propaganda and see a constant barrage of looks like that?

Vice President Dick Cheney delivers remarks at a $1,000 per-plate fund raising luncheon for Congressman Scott Garrett of New Jersey at New York's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, Friday June 30, 2006. During his speech, Cheney criticized the New York Times for disclosing details of a secret government program to track financial records in search of terror suspects. (AP Photo/Ricard Drew)

She's just another member of a miserable bunch with a swollen head.

US Ambassador Karen Hughes, Undersecretary, Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs of the US State Department, delivers remarks at the Global Travel & Tourism Summit, April 2006 in Washington, DC. A gulf of suspicion and misunderstanding in Arab-US relations must be breached in order to avoid further tensions, several senior US and Arab officials said at a forum in Houston, Texas.(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)

He LOVES it when they look upon him LOVINGLY.
Its just a party of LOVE I guess. HA!

This is a partial post from my entry today at bu$hmeriKa 2

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