September 26, 2009

Kyl Doesn’t Need Maternity Care

Filed under: Uncategorized — daveb @ 10:58 am

How cravenly insensitive. Senator Jon Kyl says he doesn’t need maternity care “So requiring that on my insurance policy is something that I don’t need and will make the policy more expensive.”

Wow. Could there be a more stupid, misogynist  argument? Women don’t need prostate exams so perhaps we should exclude them from insurance too. Are you really that fucking stupid senator?

Women do need mammograms and Pap tests to determine their well being.

Senator Kyl; since you feel maternity care is expendable are you okay with excluding mammograms from people’s health care too?  You okay with not detecting cancer when it’s treatable rather than when it’s a death sentence? You probably are since it’s common for insurance companies to find a way to drop coverage for cancer patients. God forbid insurance companies actually model the teachings of Jesus and help people. Profit is so much more important.

And I bet you think you are pro-life. Pro-life for the unborn but pro-fuck-off-and-die to the people who are post-born. The hypocrisy of being pro-life and anti-health care is undeniable. Your position is we should ensure every baby is born. But, after they are born you want to blame them for their social situation and deny them education and health care that will allow them to survive. Senator Kyl, you and your ilk are truly evil people.

I hope there is a hell so you can burn eternally in it for your obvious duplicity and your transgressions against other humans. No God will reward your actions.

Tales from the FOXholes, Part 5


SC Congresscritters

Filed under: Toon — Peregrin @ 3:10 am

The pimple on the ass of America

September 25, 2009

Seems like old times . . .

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: — Bob Patterson @ 4:20 pm


A protest at the University of California Berkeley on Thursday, September 24, 2009, was sparked by budget cuts and not a war.  The demonstration got a large amount of media coverage.

The GOP House of Stupidity


Lack of Foresight?

Filed under: Toon — Peregrin @ 3:07 am

Or just worse idiots?

September 24, 2009

Russ strikes again: Feingold questions use of PATRIOT Act

Filed under: Uncategorized — Greg in cheeseland @ 2:47 pm

At a hearing regarding the reauthorization of the PATRIOT Act on Wednesday, Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI) questioned Assistant Attorney General David Kris about the discrepancy between what the bill was intended for and what it is actually used for.

According to a July 2009 report from the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, however, only three of the 763 “sneak-and-peek” requests authorized under the PATRIOT Act in fiscal year 2008 actually involved terrorism. 65% involved drug cases with no apparent link to terrorism. The greatest numbers of applications were reported by judges in the District of Hawaii, the Southern District of Texas, the Northern District of Georgia, and the Eastern District of Wisconsin

Feingold: “As I recall it was in something called the USA PATRIOT Act, which was passed in a rush after an attack on 9/11 that had to do with terrorism it didn’t have to do with regular, run-of-the-mill criminal cases. Let me tell you why I’m concerned about these numbers: That’s not how this was sold to the American people. It was sold as stated on DoJ’s website in 2005 as being necessary – quote – to conduct investigations without tipping off terrorists.”

Read more here:

The exchange can be viewed here:

I like this guy! Feingold for President 2012…

The Hilarious ACORN Pimp


For Jesus

Filed under: Toon — Peregrin @ 3:06 am

And let Glenn Beck rape your daughter.

September 23, 2009

Human rights lawyer: ‘The Obama administration has completely failed’

Filed under: Uncategorized — Greg in cheeseland @ 2:43 pm

In an interview with Spiegel on the topic of prisoner abuse at Bagram prison in Afghanistan, human rights lawyer Tina Foster said “the Obama administration has completely failed in delivering the change that was promised.”

Much ado has been made in the media after Obama announced his plan to close the prison in Guantanamo Bay. It appeared to many that it signaled a reversal of the human rights policies of the Bush administration. Not so, according to Foster. “There is absolutely no difference between the Bush administration and the Obama administration’s positions with respect to Bagram detainees’ rights.”

Read more here:

The complete interview:,1518,650324,00.html

September 22, 2009

Sibel Edmonds and the whistle that may be heard

Filed under: Uncategorized — Greg in cheeseland @ 6:08 am

An exclusive interview with FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds by former CIA officer Philip Giraldi will appear in this week’s issue of The American Conservative.

Brad Friedman, who occassionally fills in for Mike Malloy on the Malloy show, has been on this one like stink on shit..or like Steven Jones and Kevin Barrett on the whole 9/11 thing. You can check out the BRAD BLOG here:

Read more here:

One may think this would be breaking news in the U.S. corporate media, but apparently stories about Kanye and Tom DeLay on Dancing with the Stars are more important information. Brad Friedman goes on to write:

Not much of a surprise by now. After all, what U.S. media would possibly care about members of the U.S. Congress (both Republican and Democratic) and high-ranking State and Defense Dept. officials taking bribes, being blackmailed, and enabling the theft and sale of U.S. nuclear secrets? Even if the allegations came under sworn and video-taped deposition by a former FBI translator who overheard such things first hand. Non-story, apparently.

Let’s hope that a conservative publication can force the “liberal media” to mention this one.

Junior Bush — The GOP’s Invisible Man


September 21, 2009

Tales from the FOXholes, Part 4

Filed under: Commentary,Opinion,Toon — Tags: , , , , , — RS Janes @ 2:45 am


September 20, 2009

Rush, Relatively Speaking


CORRECTION UPDATE: Eric Elder’s fine website can be found at . Sorry for the error.

September 19, 2009

Glenn Beck As Seen From 2525?


September 18, 2009

Rush the Ingrate

Filed under: Commentary,Opinion,Toon — Tags: , , , , , — RS Janes @ 4:55 am


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