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Saturday, November 19, 2005

Saturday, Nov. 19

Yo.

Still feelin' funny: Thought I'd take this opportunity to re-post a story from 11/19/2004 - to see how far we've come.

But first...

The big freaking Republican babies in the House are on the attack:

GOP Lawmakers Float Ethics Probe of Murtha

This move is far more disgusting than yesterday's fake resolution vote:
Republican lawmakers say that ties between Rep. John Murtha (D-Pa.) and his brother’s lobbying firm, KSA Consulting, may warrant investigation by the House ethics committee.
If that's the case, let's investigate the lot of you fuckers.

Unbelievable.

Murtha makes 'em look bad and....Jesus.

Remember: On Thursday, Murtha said that "people with five deferments" had no right to attack war critics. A clear reference to Cheney.

DICK couldn't have been happy about that.

"I'm not."

"Yes, sir."

"You know what to do."

"We're on it."

I can't deal with this.

Let's go back to 11/19/2004.

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Good morning.

Billy Graham at the Rose Bowl last night? Out of fucking control.

War Pigs, Into the Void, Children of the Grave...

Spit on the crowd, jumped around, bit the head off a dove.

It was crazy.

BTW - the headline on Drudge this morn?

"Iran in Nuke Race."

Planting the seeds...for a March 2006 blitzkrieg. (How much does he get for that?)

Man.

Deja Vu?

Hell yeah.

"Hey, anyone else talkin' Iran today?"

You bet! The headline from the New York Times:

"Bush Confronts New Challenge on Issue of Iran"

Wahoo! Some excerpts from the article by Steven Weisman:
SANTIAGO, Chile, Nov. 18 - While assembling a new national security team, President Bush is confronting what could become the biggest challenge of his second term: how to contain Iran's nuclear program and what some in the administration believe to be Tehran's support of violence in Israel and insurgents in Iraq.

In an eerie repetition of the prelude to the Iraq war, hawks in the administration and Congress are trumpeting ominous disclosures about Iran's nuclear capacities to make the case that Iran is a threat that must be confronted, either by economic sanctions, military action, or "regime change."

But Britain, France and Germany are urging diplomacy, placing their hopes in a deal they brokered last week in which Iran agreed to suspend its uranium enrichment program in return for discussions about future economic benefits.

Secretary of State Colin L. Powell thrust himself into the debate on Wednesday by commenting to reporters that fresh intelligence showed that Iran was "actively working" on a program to enable its missiles to carry nuclear bombs, a development he said "should be of concern to all parties."

The disclosures alluded to by Mr. Powell were seen by hard-liners in the administration as another sign of Iranian perfidy, and by Europeans as little new.
Uh...

Okay.

I think I just discovered the secret of time travel.

You just...repeat...something...something you had fun doing...and you make everyone else...everyone you know...do the same.

Voila; repeat experience...repeat fun...time travel.

My god.

Here's today's crucial article.

More later...

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And more on 11/20/2005.

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