Sunday, December 28, 2008

Tom Hanks, Eddie Izzard and Jay Leno's christian song stylings...

Could be even scarier...

Who do you think it is?

Mike Myers, Jimmy Kimmel and Alec Guiness?

Their second album was titled "Jesus, come unto me".

Catch you later.....

Saturday, December 27, 2008

Calvin and Hobbs on the Bailout

(Click on pic for larger)

Eerily prescient cartoon from 15+ years ago, found on Digg.

Catch you later.....

Monday, December 22, 2008

White House Murder Conspiracy? Omerta: a Bush Family Value

The Free Press -- Independent News Media - Election Issues:

Michael Connell, the crucial techno- lynch pin in the theft of the 2004 election, and much more, is dead at the age of 45. His unnatural, suspicious death raises serious questions about the corruption of the American electoral process that now may never be answered. Connell died Friday, December 19 when his Piper Saratoga plane crashed near his northern Ohio home. He was flying himself home from the College Park, Maryland airport. An accomplished pilot, flying in unremarkable weather, his death cuts off a critical path to much of what may never be known about how the 2004 election was shifted from John Kerry to George W. Bush in the wee hours of November 2. (click on the link!)

One of my sources died in a plane crash last night - Larisa Alexandrovna (atLargely):

I don't usually reveal sources, but I think this is incredibly important. Michael Connell died in a plane crash last night. He was a key witness in the Ohio election fraud case that I have been reporting on. More importantly, however, he had information that he was ready to share.
You see, Mike Connell set-up the alternate email and communications system for the White House. He was responsible for creating the system that hosted the infamous accounts that Karl Rove and others used. When asked by Congress to provide these emails, the White House said that they were destroyed. But in reality, what Connell is alleged to have done is move these files to other servers after having allegedly scrubbed the files from all "known" Karl Rove accounts.

Will Bush pardon Cheney, resign, and then be pardoned by Cheney in turn? At this point nothing would surprise me. Their entire criminal enterprise should be thoroughly investigated, prosecuted and severely punished. America needs to see that the rule of law still lives.

Think it will happen? Nah, me neither.

Catch you later.....

Update: More on this subject from the Left Coaster .

Update II: Yet more...

Friday, December 19, 2008

History's Verdict on Bush

From Kevin Siers at the Charlotte Observer...

Catch you later.....

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Why Rick Warren's Inaugural Invocation Will Anger Many Conservatives - Political Machine

Why Rick Warren's Inaugural Invocation Will Anger Many Conservatives - Political Machine

Barack Obama's decision to have Rick Warren deliver the invocation at his inauguration will surely be greeted by many as the triumph of bipartisanship and post-partisan politics.

this move is sure to anger some of Obama's base who might view having an Evangelical pro-Life Pastor play such a prominent role in Obama's inauguration as a slap in the face.

... But there is another group who is likely to view this move with suspicion: Traditional conservatives. (In fact, a quick perusal of the conservatives I'm following on Twitter confirms this.)...

...While this move will surely be applauded by the center, in one fell swoop, Obama and Warren have found a way to anger many on the left and on the right.

Anything that pisses off conservatives and fundies is OK by me. And I'll be hitting the mute button while throwing shoes at his graven image.

Catch you later.....

P.S. Reading the comment thread of any political story on AOL is a chance to see TEH STOOPID in full blossom.

Saturday, December 13, 2008

Robin Williams on Bush, Obama, McCain, Palin and more...

From a British show called "We Are Amused". (link)

Catch you later.....

Sunday, December 7, 2008

The Abortion Wars Get Technical

Women have few rights at all when doctors can legally misinform them or deny service entirely.

"What does it tell us about the state of the abortion wars, that battles once waged over the dignity and autonomy of pregnant women have morphed into disputes over the dignity and autonomy of their health-care providers? Two of the most pitched battles over reproductive rights in America today turn on whether health workers can be forced to provide medical services or information to which they ethically object. But as we learn from these fights, our solicitude for the beliefs of medical workers is selective: abortion opponents will soon enjoy broader legal protections than ever. Those willing to provide abortions, on the other hand, will enjoy far fewer. And women seeking reproductive services will be more caught up than ever in the tangle between the two."...

We needn't worry as much about the Taliban half a world away when we have the Christian Taliban to deal with here at home. Go read the whole thing.

I think it's time to rethink the tax exemption for churches, synagogues and mosques.

For more than a couple of reasons.

Catch you later.....

(Picture from MissPoppy, Fetus Cookie Cutter only $9.95!)