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Posted: Monday, December 10, 2007 10:00 pm

Faulty intelligence is raging anew in the Bush cult; caught lying again to drag us into war for Israel and Exxon.

The commander and thief claims he just got the news last week that Iran has no nuclear arms program. Jeepers, seems only a few weeks back he was ranting about World War III and the threat to western civilization posed by Iran, yada yada. Yet, the Republican Congress stopped everything and impeached Bill Clinton over some private hanky panky, while Saudis who just flew in legally from Canada, were learning how to steer jets into skyscrapers … (don't need to know how to land, thanks). Oh yeah, Republicans are the potty of National Security … Please.

J. Philip


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  • posted at 4:11 pm on Tue, Dec 18, 2007.


    Jeff, looks like you've never read any of Savage's books or listened to him on the radio. Are you just as stubborn as Leonard? Quite the contrary Jeff, Savage is nothing like Hillary or Obama.
    Deep down inside you need Savage, Rush, Sean, Hugh, Dennis.

  • posted at 4:06 pm on Tue, Dec 18, 2007.


    Jeff, if you had a terrorist in custody and he had pertinent information that might lead you to others that are planning an attack on the U.S or U.S. interests you wouldn't torture him? FYI Jeff, there are techniques being used as we speak to extract info from terrorists that are very effective.
    You nor I can stop these covert operations. These covert operations have saved many lives and thwarted many terrorists attacks. Yep, national security comes first. Our enemies are no more likely to stop torturing us if we stop torturing them. John McCain will not be able to convice our special forces to stop using torture nor should he. Deep down inside he knows how effective torture can be. Off the record I'm sure he says so be it.

  • posted at 9:07 am on Mon, Dec 17, 2007.


    I understand that Bush doesn't do a very good job but someone thinks he does becaause he was elected twice.

  • posted at 6:35 am on Mon, Dec 17, 2007.


    Brian, also 'Borders, language, and culture' just smacks of national socialism to me. Sounds like propoganda we might have heard in the 1930's auf Deutsch.

  • posted at 6:28 am on Mon, Dec 17, 2007.


    As many blogs as you keep putting on here who are you trying to convence that bush is not an idiot,us or yourself,the rest of us know the truth this guys the poorist excuse for a president weve ever seen

  • posted at 5:00 am on Mon, Dec 17, 2007.


    Brian, to quote someone I don't often quote, Sen McCain, 'it's not who they are, it's about who we are.' Americans as a nation of people have defined ourselves (in this case over the last 60 yrs or so) as being a (if not the) moral leader of the world. After WWII we recognized torture as abominable. Now, because it suits our needs, we're going to flip-flop (stealing the parlance of our time) our values in regards to torturing human beings?

  • posted at 2:23 am on Mon, Dec 17, 2007.


    Brian: You wrote, "Intelligence shows that in 2003 Iran stopped it's nuclear enrichment." What intelligence? Cheney and co. liquidated the CIA's nuclear counter-prolification division.

  • posted at 5:50 am on Sun, Dec 16, 2007.


    thats where your illustrious chamber of commerce of lodi mamoo is right now on city time and money to learn the chinese business practices to teach those gobs in lodi how to make an extra buck with the real estate slowdown

  • posted at 5:48 am on Sun, Dec 16, 2007.


    i thought rudely jewliani was going to be the first Jewish prez

  • posted at 2:52 am on Sun, Dec 16, 2007.


    Michael Savage started out as a liberal and learned all about the inside games of liberals. Now he talks about what really happened and they can't deal with it. We must realize that a country is all about: Borders, Language and Culture. Without these we have no country. Imagine visiting China to find that everything is written in both Spanish and Chinese? No more China. Imagine what would happen if our public schools kicked out illegals and the children of illegals? They would have to GO BACK to
    Mexico to squat.

  • posted at 1:18 am on Sun, Dec 16, 2007.


    I wonder whether Savage would make the fact that he is a client of the ACLU part of his campaign? That little boy should stay home.

  • posted at 1:37 am on Sat, Dec 15, 2007.


    Vote, We're on the same page. Savage is spending a great amount of his time suing CAIR for copyright infringement. CAIR is and will always be a political front group for Hammas and Hezbollah. They disguise themselves as a civil rights group. Mainstream Muslims and people like you and me see right through their disguise. In any event, you and I can still wish for Savage in 2008. Borders, language, and culture.

  • posted at 12:40 pm on Fri, Dec 14, 2007.


    I would vote for Satan before I would vote for any of the clowns we have running for office. From the great massive Clinton buttisimo to the Obama orama. Most of the Republican nominees don't have a clue. If you are pro choice and anti-illegal alien you have a shot at it. I have a great candidate who won't be PC! MICHAEL SAVAGE! He could be THE diversity candidate. America needs a new ethnicity in the whitehouse. Michael Weiner SAVAGE! He would be the first Jewish president!

  • posted at 12:32 pm on Fri, Dec 14, 2007.


    I'm happy to see that the Reublicans are dangling that carrot in the form of Mike Huckabee in front of the Dems. We have to give the Dems some hope, even if it's false hope. The nomination will go to Mit or Rudy. Don't tell the Dems this. They are licking their chops in hope of a Huckabee nomination. The liberal media is embracing Huckabee in hope that it will be a shoe in for Hillary or Obama. Not so fast.

  • posted at 12:09 pm on Fri, Dec 14, 2007.


    The House does this because it has lost sight of who really died on 9/11 and because it puts the rights of terrorists above the right to live of ordinary Americans. For all intents and purposes, the House is acting like a terrorist front group.

  • posted at 12:09 pm on Fri, Dec 14, 2007.


    In another indication of liberalism as a mental disorder, we are being told that waterboarding, which involves pouring water over a terrorists face, is torture and should never be used. This mentality is what drove Nancy Pelosis House of Representatives to actually pass a bill banning the practice. During a time of war, can you believe that the House would actually vote to tell terrorists in advance how we will interrogate them? Can you believe that the House would vote to ban a practice that has saved American lives and disrupted terrorist plots against America? cont.

  • posted at 3:54 am on Fri, Dec 14, 2007.


    The parties are IDENTICAL, neither have EVER made any difference, in 6 years we will all be whining about the dem. in charge, and how he needs to go....

  • posted at 3:32 am on Fri, Dec 14, 2007.


    The two "parties" no longer choose candidates based on ideas or ideals, rather $$ and corporate connections. Name a member of congress, national candidate, cabinet member, or even a governor who is not a (multi-)millionaire. How many members of congress are not a member of either 'major' party? (No, Lieberman doesn't count) Answer 1 out of 435. We are under control by a duopoly!

  • posted at 1:31 am on Fri, Dec 14, 2007.


    With everyone focusing on the nuclear issue, few noticed that regardless of whether Iran produces atomic weapons or not, its acrimonious rivalry with the United States in the Middle East is bound to escalate. Given that the U.S. went to war in 1991 to prevent Iraq from imposing its hegemony in the Persian Gulf area, does it make sense to assume that Washington would readily allow a threatening Iran to do what the Iraqis failed to?

  • posted at 1:28 am on Fri, Dec 14, 2007.


    But then, the report means Bush can't have his war, one of the left's beliefs that war is his sole intention. The left loves to advance this all the while they accuse those on the right for not supporting the troops. I can only conclude that hate for Bush is farther on the list of priorities on the left than national security and anything else. This explains why many on the left embrace Chavez and his values. What better to do than to embrace a man that is well known for his public hatred for Bush.

  • posted at 1:24 am on Fri, Dec 14, 2007.


    These facts aren't gospel and they shouldn't be taken that way. Mr. Wackjob is still a threat to the middle East and the international community. He should join the rest of the world and become a more friendly neighbor instead of being the rogue President he is. He still has the capability to attack any country in the middle East. He is currently testing missles that can reach Israel and perhaps farther. Since the same intelligence community may have blundered Iraq, you seem way too confident that they aren't blundering Iran.

  • posted at 1:14 am on Fri, Dec 14, 2007.


    Mr. Wackjob is also upset that we were able to remove Saddam in such a short period of time compared to the years Iran attempted to take over Iraq. It seems to me the Democrats are so stubborn they can't even must up a thank you to Bush and his perserverance.
    Instead they attack his policies. This is far more important than ridding the world of terrorists. Liberalism is a mental disorder!

  • posted at 1:06 am on Fri, Dec 14, 2007.


    Intelligence shows that in 2003 Iran stopped it's nuclear enrichment. The confidence is high this happened. However, the latest report shows low to moderate confidence Iran isn't enriching anymore. Given the fact that Mr. Wackjob of Iran will use any means possible to cover up his activities, it's safe to say there is still a threat.

  • posted at 9:56 am on Thu, Dec 13, 2007.


    Jeff: Thank you for comparing the two major parties and stating that they are similar. I agree. I even think they are identical.

  • posted at 2:20 am on Thu, Dec 13, 2007.


    A couple nights ago, I saw photography at the JFK assassination. Standing on the sidewalk, back against the wall was George H.W. Bush, CIA.

  • posted at 2:18 am on Thu, Dec 13, 2007.


    Leonard: If you just say "high treason," you have to give an allegation. I can think of several, but I'm not the one that brought-up impeachment this time.

  • posted at 2:17 am on Thu, Dec 13, 2007.


    Cogito: In spite of Leonard, I am willing to say something that is the same as he; but, I'm not agreeing with him. In the case of the Florida thing, the US Supreme Ct had no jurisdiction over Florida's debacle between Bush and Gore. Getting the Supreme Court to even hear the case was wrong. Today, with computerized balloting, it is easier to change a vote.

  • posted at 2:04 pm on Wed, Dec 12, 2007.


    Cogito: If you honestly believe that Bush won the 2000 election, I don't think there is anything that I can say that will sway your mind. Your hate for Freedom, Democracy and the US Constitution has clearly clouded your judgment.

  • posted at 12:53 am on Wed, Dec 12, 2007.


    Cogito, T & C, Local Republican: you just help perpetuate the real problem - the TWO-party system. If not one, then the other. They're not much different; Pelosi, Harman, Rockefeller are just as culpable for the current 'intelligence' debacle as Herr Bush und Herr Cheney. Their duopoly must end! America uber alles!

  • posted at 2:21 pm on Tue, Dec 11, 2007.


    Impeach the Chimp already!!!

  • posted at 2:05 pm on Tue, Dec 11, 2007.


    To: Tom Pazo

    I guess you haven't read up on Ron Pauls complete writings, speeches and pronouncements.

  • posted at 2:03 pm on Tue, Dec 11, 2007.


    LEONARD... Adjust the wires on your antennae so the rest of us readers can communicate with you.

  • posted at 1:13 pm on Tue, Dec 11, 2007.


    Lets play "WHO SAID IT","I will be voting to give the President of the U.S. the authority to use force if necessary to disarm Saddam because I believe that a deadly arsenal of weapons of mass destruction in his hands is a real grave threat to our security". That was said by a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee by the name of Sen. John Kerry on 10/9/02. So Bush should be impeached for lying to get us into war? Leonard are you listening?

  • posted at 1:03 pm on Tue, Dec 11, 2007.


    Bush lied? lets play "WHO SAID IT"."In the 4 years since the inspectors left, intelligence reports show that Saddam Hussein has worked to rebuild his chemical and biological weapons stock, his missile delivery capability, his nuclear program. He has also given aid, comfort, and sanctuary including Al-Qaeda members. It is clear that left unchecked, Saddam Hussein will continue to increase his capacity to wage biological and chemical warfare and will keep trying to develop nuclear weapons" Sen. Hillary Clinton, 10/10/02.

  • posted at 12:43 pm on Tue, Dec 11, 2007.


    O.K. "Leonard", do you have any facts to back up your "High Treason" claim, are you just throwing stuff out there like your friend Mr. Phillip. The reason Bush won twice is that the Democrat Party ran two unelectable empty suits against him. The reason Gore lost wasn't Florida or Ohio, it was because the state he represented for 22 years,(Tennessee) the people who knew him best, voted for G.W.B. That's a fact, in case you need an example of what a fact is.

  • posted at 11:04 am on Tue, Dec 11, 2007.


    Yet another reason we need a President who will change the ineffective and largely unefficient form of government we have been reduced to. I truly think a man like Ron Paul will be the one to do the job. Lets not marginalize it along party lines; he will be the one for all of us.

  • posted at 9:03 am on Tue, Dec 11, 2007.


    Bush was unelectable and yet he still became President twice.

  • posted at 9:03 am on Tue, Dec 11, 2007.


    Cogito: Bush should be impeached for High Treason. If you are so separated from the facts that you can't see that truth, I am afraid there isn't much hope for you.

  • posted at 6:39 am on Tue, Dec 11, 2007.


    The good news is that the Democratic Party will nominate someone who is unelectable. Here's there chance to walk away with an election but somehow they'll screw it up. I just don't know how they do it but it will happen again. I personally hope it's either Obama or Clinton who are the nominees. Both unelectable!

  • posted at 5:11 am on Tue, Dec 11, 2007.


    I think it is safe to say that Ol Dummy-U has yet to "get intelligence".

  • posted at 3:53 am on Tue, Dec 11, 2007.


    Intelligence and duhhhhh...bya in the same sentence says it all! LOL You really have to be a sheep to believe one who's destroyed the credibility of the Presidency and the Republican Party. Luckily the Democrats are trying their hardest to keep up and and are lost also.

  • posted at 3:27 am on Tue, Dec 11, 2007.


    J. Philip: Good topic. One thing is missing from President Bush's intelligence on Iran: The nuclear counter-proliferation services of Valerie Plame and her team. Plame was not a desk jockey. Her exposure brought down fictitious cover organization Brewster-Jennings, which would have brought her into contact with Iran's nuclear program.

  • posted at 2:47 am on Tue, Dec 11, 2007.


    This is a perfect example of what it takes to be a Democrat. You must separate yourself from the facts and stick with what you think you know. Clinton was impeached for lying under oath to a grand jury, an impeachable offense. It's also grounds for disbarment, but he escaped that one too. Is your skull that thick Mr. Phillip?

  • posted at 2:41 am on Tue, Dec 11, 2007.


    This letter to the editor is proof positive that the ability to hold a pencil does not mean it will be used intelligently.

  • posted at 1:39 am on Tue, Dec 11, 2007.


    Even to the untrained eye, this letter makes absolutely no sense.


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