Friday, September 07, 2007


Thanks everyone!

Lets have a funny Friday!



Gerald said...

Nazi Israel, stand on your own two feet

Gerald said...

Hitler and Bush

Gerald said...

Bush and the Art of War

DEN said...

Excellent articles Gerald!

Sure wish we could change the path we are on before it is too late but it ain't gonna happen.

Alan said...

"Every time the Bush administration has dug itself a hole it’s asked for a bigger shovel to dig itself out."

I like the way a commenter at Jesus General put it...

One day a man was riding a bicycle in the street, on his way to meet friends before going off to his job at the factory. It was a fine day, and the man smiled as he rode through the streets of the town, honking his little horn and waving to the shopkeepers he had grown fond of over the years. He was eventually struck by a bus and then run over by another bus and finally smashed completely flat by a third bus.

Please send money to help us help him fight death. Please let us continue this important fight--just a few more dollars, rightly used, and he could be up and about in no time. Pay no attention to the footage of the fourth bus running over him ("goddamnit man!") as this is the kind of footage that naysayers exploit, and serves to crush the morale of the emts and paramedics who depend on your support as they perform their difficult--damn, a fifth bus just totally smithereened that guy.

We need more money, more love and more support, and this brave man will surely--okay, buses number six and seven...crap, eight...please support us as we work to save this poor man, who rode his bicycle through the streets of...what the fuck was that? A tanker? He was run over by a tanker? What the hell is he now, a fleck? He's a fleck of a man?

Just send money, and more good thoughts, and we can save this man, this noble, proud fleck of a man, as he...what was that thudding? Anvils? Anvils are dropping from the sky onto the fleck of the man, the man who loved his little town, and used to ride his bicycle and wave to...alright, we have confirmed through DNA testing that we can build this man again, if we just send more money and love.

Gerald said...

DEN, apathy seems to be Americans' biggest sin. There is no outrage. We are truly a divided country. This division will be our downfall. Hypocrisy is rampant throughout our country. Sad, very sad!!!

I hear that some parts of America are already in a recession. Eventually 50% of our country will be in a recession and 50% will not be. This will be similar to our division as citizens.

I believe that Bush is a jerk and his true legacy will be his incompetence. We only have to look to Katrina for verification of his incompetence. Regarding Iraq I see Bush's misadventure as mass murders and war crimes against humanity.

Gerald said...

Bush, the coward, still tries to be macho. He said to the Deputy PM of Australia that "we are kicking ass" in Iraq. Bush is a shallow and a pitiful low-life creature. Yet, in Nazi America Bush is treated like a god.

DEN said...

Gerald don't forget the chimps murdering also includes plundering as well, after the oil for his puppetmaster deadeye dick, right out front while deadeye watches from behind the bushes.

º¿carol said...

BuzzFlash Hypocrite of the Week
September 7, 2007

All The Closeted Republican Gays Who Support Anti-Gay Legislation

Okay, let's repeat, it's not being gay that matters (why should we care about anyone's sexual preferences in a free society), it's the hypocrisy that counts.

And for some reason, even the likes of Joe Scarborough (who came from the high-hormonal heterosexual hypocrisy wing of the GOP when he was a Congressman) commented this past week that the Republicans have a closeted Gay "problem."

Mike Rogers is the gay D.C. blogger who has outed many Republican elected officials. As he notes, he only reveals the homosexual activities of politicians who actively vote or advocate against gays. In short, it's not the lifestyle; it's the stirring up of homophobia by hypocrites who have compartmentalized a sexual orientation that they publicly condemn.

Rogers claims to have 30 high-profile Republicans lined up and ready to expose for their hypocrisy on homosexuality. "I write about closeted people whose records are anti-gay," he says. "If you're a closeted Democrat or Republican and you don't bash gays or vote against gay rights to gain political points, I won't out you."

Anyway it's hard to out an outwardly homophobic, privately gay Democrat, because they are difficult to find on Capitol Hill, since the Democratic caucus is generally supportive of live-and-let-live as far as sexual lifestyles. Heck, you have representatives such as Barney Frank and Tammy Baldwin who are openly, proudly gay.

Meanwhile, one blog claims there are four individuals likely to be on Mike Rogers' hit list: Congressmen Patrick McHenry and David Dreier -- and Senators Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Mitch McConnell, the Senate Minority Leader, from Kentucky.

There have been rumors about the first three circulating for quite some time, but McConnell would be the big bombshell (he's married to Bush's Secretary of Labor), particularly because he is the lead player in getting Larry Craig to resign -- and keep him resigned. He's also a corrupt creep, but that's another story.

So this week's BuzzFlash GOP Hypocrite of the Week honors go to all those Republicans who espouse homophobia for political gain, while enjoying their homosexual activity in their private lives.

Come out of the closet and free yourselves from what must be torturous self-loathing.

Until next week, remember our motto: So many Republican hypocrites, so little time.

Catch up with you soon.

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This is the first HOTW Award designated for All The Closeted Republican Gays Who Support Anti-Gay Legislation. Welcome to the Club.

Gerald said...

DEN, great comment! I would have to say that Nazi Israel is also behind the bushes!

Gerald said...

Both Hitler and Bush seemingly had/have no conscience ~ nor empathy for that matter. What takes precedence is their externalized God driven agenda ~ " I believe that God wants me to be president.” George W. Bush ~ "I would like to thank Providence and the Almighty for choosing me of all people to be allowed to wage this battle for Germany," Hitler - Berlin March, 1936

Gerald said...

In Sun Tzu’s The Art of War the successful commander is the one who can defeat his enemy before the first battle even begins. Many military experts consider Sun Tzu’s meditations on warfare the most important observations ever made on the topic. But for Sun Tzu, the ideal commander-in-chief is not characterized primarily by his (or her) military skill or his genius for combat, but rather for his (or her) ability to achieve greater social harmony. The war in Iraq, or a war against Iran, is unlikely to engender a more harmonious and balanced world. However, recognizing the ecological dimension behind the conflicts America faces gives us the opportunity to adapt our energy habits so they no longer feed the forces that threaten us. Before striking Iran it is worth pondering a question that the Bush administration failed to ask before attack Iraq: what would Sun Tzu do?

Please take some time to hear Bishop Gumbleton's homily that I posted on AR and the September 6, 2007 blog. His homily is truly a great one. Bishop Gumbleton has been outspoken for justice and peace for two generations. He is truly a remarkable man whether you are Catholic or not.

Gerald said...

I have also decided to post Bishop Gumbleton's homily with DWF

Gerald said...

We must take the time to think in terms of divine wisdom. What would Jesus do? When we try to think in terms of human wisdom, our thoughts will be contaminated with foolishness toward God's children.

When it comes to God's children, we must include them. We should not exclude any of God's children from His gifts to us.

Americans must apply pressure on Hitler Bush to help all countries to work toward improving the quality of life for all their citizens and for all of God's children.

DEN said...

Old saying: "You do not know how far down you have went until you start going back up."

We have not stopped going down yet and many people do not realize how far we have descended into the abyss.

Good article Gerald, good luck implementing that strategy in todays world though.

DEN said...

Dow Jones IA down near 250 points, almost a black Friday for the money baggers, TSK,TSK,TSK.

Job losses said to be to blame, might be signaling a recession but I think it is a lot worse and will follow that decline.

DEN said...

Gestapo in DC today:

Mounted police charged in to break up an outdoor press conference and demonstration against the Iraq war in Washington on Thursday, arresting three people, organizers and an AFP reporter said.

"The police suppressed the press conference. In the middle of the speeches, they grabbed the podium" erected in a park in front of the White House for the small gathering, Brian Becker, national organizer of the ANSWER anti-war coalition, told AFP.

"Then, mounted police charged the media present to disperse them," Becker said.

The charge caused a peaceful crowd of some 20 journalists and four or five protestors to scatter in terror, an AFP correspondent at the event in Lafayette Square said. No one appeared to have been hurt.


Goon squads consisting of Americans intimidating peaceful protesters, quite nazi-esq indeed.

David B. Benson said...

Anyway, progress has been made regarding the mysterious bee disease...

DEN said...

Doc, that is indeed good news.

Now if we can prevent drought from taking Ag space away so the bees can do their jobs...

{ò,ó}arol said...

I thought this country understood about recycling. I mean, there are places to drop it off and in big cities they actually pick it up at the curb. I recycle everything and cancelled my garbage $ervice year$ ago.

Then there's been all the talk about global warming, getting away from burning oil. Big corporations say THEY'RE on the bandwagon to clean up the earth, then you buy a new LCD TV and change satellite companies to get a cheaper HD TV service and you learn something new about this fucked up country.

While the guy was in the living room hooking the new box up, Bob called Dish Network to cancel the service and to find how how they'll get their equipment back. They said to trash it. TRASH IT? When Bob signed up with DN they said they owned the equipment. They did, we didn't pay for it. Now thay said it's ours? NO ONE WANTS THE PERFECTLY BEAUTIFUL SATELLITE DISH ON MY PATIO, nor do they want the box that hooks up to the TV. What's wrong with this picture?

I emailed a friend about having to toss a satellite and its box in a landfill. I was so upset! She wrote back and said it was the same story for her only worse. First she had one satellite company, changed to a second with an extra box in 3 other rooms. Then she ditched them and the company didn't want ANY of the boxes back. She said she's about to switch again and knows what will happen. They're piling up at her place.

I had NO idea that this was going on. It's not only me and my friend switching companies. The numbers of satellite dishes and boxes that hit the garbage can must be staggering! This is where the government is supposed to have stepped in, told them to reuse the boxes as if they were library books. If they have to be upgraded, they upgrade and USE THE SAME BOX FOR THE NEXT CUSTOMER!

I am SOOOO pissed about this! That artist that did the pictures of the water bottles and cell phones
Running the Numbers should do satellite boxes!