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    17 December 2005

    Saturday edition

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    - Bush secretly spied on Americans. This has been confirmed by officials and Bush himself. Bush was so proud of himself that he took and Arab and pulled their fingernails out and then anal rapped them while reading the bible. If he can do it to Americans he can do it to anyone.

    Bush approved this 13 dozen times since 11 September 2001
    "There is no doubt that this is inappropriate," declared Republican Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. He promised hearings early next year.

    Are the articles of impeachment on the horizon? I hope not, there is no viable alternative to Bush (Cheney, Hassert...) and an impeachment is a trauma for the country. That said, this is illegal and scary. Libertarians should be outraged.

    This morning Bush vowed to continue the unconstitutional policy.
    "This authorization is a vital tool in our war against the terrorists. It is critical to saving American lives. The American people expect me to do everything in my power, under our laws and Constitution, to protect them and their civil liberties and that is exactly what I will continue to do as long as I am president of the United States," Bush said.

    What a joke.

    - Again, sensing their power fading, the House Republicans have pushed another bill as a political stunt to ease the debate on the war on Iraq. Sleazy politics is all some Repubs know, it is detestable. I'm ashamed to have a House that acts the way it has under Republican leadership.

    - Bush called Iranian President "an odd guy." To which President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad replied 'death to America'.

    - Bob Novak, a horrible man, has been chased from CNN due to his potty mouth. Faux News picked him up immediately. Questions: Does the Faux News Channel need more Republican talking points? Can they still honestly claim that they're 'fair and balanced', should they ever have claimed that they're 'fair and balanced'? (Of course not, but this is America)

    - Rice made personal appeals to Congress Thursday (or Friday) to continue funding African peacekeepers in Sudan that will end in January. Good for her (seriously). The Senate has been behaving recently, but perhaps the House leadership should quit pushing fake legislation (Xmas protections and Iraq withdrawal bills) and act on something important to humanity and the real War on Terror; rather than the War on Terror for Oil or whatever Iraq was. This has more to do with winning the War on Terror(ism) than spying on Americans, activists groups, or Iraq (pre-invasion). For a solid background on the situation in Sudan see The Root Causes of Sudan's Civil Wars.

    - The withdrawal continues in Iraq with Bulgaria leaving. They will be followed by Ukraine according to some.

    - All the pundits were commenting on how peaceful the election were, but failed to site that the insurgency had called for a cease-fire during the elections. This is good because the insurgency in developing a political front. However, the truce won't last. The leading Sunni political outfit thanked the insurgents for the truce.

    - Bush clarified (not really) his position on DeLay's innocence on PBS by stating that he was "innocent until proven otherwise". The only thing is he hasn't answered why he can comment on his friends innocence but not people in his administration guilty of treason. Bush is still a hypocrite.

    - A senior at Dartmouth was visited by the FBI for requesting a copy of Mao Tse-Tung's The Little Red Book. Being jealous I have requested, through ILL, a copy as well. Upon finding out about this Bush canceled all meetings and locked himself in his torture chamber adjacent to the oval office for some waterboarding and bible reading.

    - Exxon/Mobile have announced their blood for oil program:
    The New York Blood Center and Mobil have teamed up to
    offer a $5 gift card to people who donate blood between
    December 22nd and January 9th.

    Posted by Geoff

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