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  • At Least 4 Good Reasons To End the War on Drugs

    06/12/2011 5:07:54 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 87 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | June 12, 2011 | Debra J. Saunders
    "If we cannot destroy the drug menace in America, then it will surely in time destroy us," President Richard Nixon told Congress in a special message on June 17, 1971, which generally is credited as the day the "war on drugs" began. Actually, Nixon didn't use the term "war on drugs" in the address. He used it later. And while Nixon talked tough about going after drug traffickers, he emphasized that rehabilitation would be a priority as he dedicated the lion's share -- $105 million of $155 million in new anti-drug funding -- "solely for the treatment and rehabilitation of...
  • Ron Paul Set to Honor Tea Party

    12/14/2007 6:27:30 PM PST · by Extremely Extreme Extremist · 88 replies · 1,986+ views
    KCRG TV NEWS ^ | 14 DECEMBER 2007 | KCRG.COM
    Once again honoring the revolutions of history, Texas Congressman Ron Paul will commemorate the Boston Tea Party Sunday, with his campaign attempting to set another one day fund raising record and beat out the $4.4 million he collected from supporters last month on November 5th, Guy Fawkes Day. The campaign's new blimp also took to the air Friday, leaving North Carolina on its maiden voyage up the east coast. The blimp was originally scheduled to drop tea into Boston the harbor on Sunday, but a launch delay forced organizers to reschedule the flight plan for a New Hampshire primary...
  • Candidate Ron Paul's devotees a mixed bag

    12/07/2007 10:22:07 AM PST · by Graybeard58 · 56 replies · 74+ views
    McClatchy Washington Bureau ^ | December 7, 2007 | David Lightman
    WASHINGTON — If Ron Paul's supporters got together for a family portrait, it would be one of those pictures in which no one seems to resemble anyone else. "You have old-school Republicans, the conservatives who backed Barry Goldwater (in 1964). You have the antiwar crowd who are principled non-interventionists," said Jim Forsythe, a former Air Force major who's organized meet-and-greet sessions in New Hampshire for the Texas congressman and Republican presidential candidate. You also have businessmen tired of government regulation, college students who like his views on holistic medicine and middle-aged folks who don't see Social Security helping them in...
  • [Ron] Paul Moves Into Second in West Virginia GOP Delegates (Mitt R first)

    12/06/2007 8:44:49 AM PST · by traviskicks · 104 replies · 84+ views
    Huntington News ^ | 12/6/07 | Tony Rutherford
    Charleston, WV (HNN) – An updated listing of Republican delegates who registered for the Feb. 5 statewide Charleston convention has been announced by wvgopconvention.com. The new tally adds some of the registrations that came in by mail. At least one additional update is anticipated. Mitt Romney leads the committed delegates with 191 followed by Ron Paul at 177, Fred Thompson 157, Mike Huckabee 126, Rudy Giuliani 89, John McCain 25, Duncan Hunter 7, and Alan Keyes 5. A total of 589 delegates are listed as “uncommitted.” After all of the delegate registrations are processed, an online vote will be conducted...
  • St. Petersburg straw poll votes were cast with cash (Romney buys victory)

    11/29/2007 5:08:43 PM PST · by traviskicks · 51 replies · 140+ views
    St Petersburg Times ^ | 11/29/07 | DAVID DeCAMP
    ST. PETERSBURG -- Mitt Romney bought himself a victory in the straw poll for Republicans at a rain-shortened barbecue in Vinoy Park. Romney got 893 votes, besting second-place Ron Paul's 534 -- despite Paul's shuttling in supporters on a rented trolley and shuttle. The campaign had a plane sporting pro-Paul slogans and a boat touting him, too. In fact, Paul supporters dominated the crowd, which reached an estimated 1,000 people. Tickets for votes cost $20 each. So how did Romney do it? "I voted 20 times," Derek Gyongzois, 38, of St. Petersburg exclaimed after casting ballots. He said he works...
  • Why the GOP must nominate Ron Paul (Mod advisory: Why they call it dope)

    10/02/2007 9:57:06 AM PDT · by sdnet · 142 replies · 576+ views
    SmallGovTimes.com ^ | October 2nd, 2007 | Joe Dumas, SmallGovTimes.com
    Why must the Republican Party nominate a 72-year-old grandfather from the Gulf Coast of Texas, until the past few months little known outside his district, as its 2008 standard-bearer? Very simple: the alternative is eight years of President Hillary Clinton. That ought to be enough to get the attention of every conservative who happens upon these words, so let me explain. It should come as no big revelation to anyone inside or outside of the Republican Party that the GOP has lost touch with its conservative roots. Massive deficit spending that would make Bill Clinton or Jimmy Carter blush; foreign...
  • Changes in Europe

    10/25/2006 8:48:33 AM PDT · by Glimmer · 8 replies · 523+ views
    25/10/2006 | Glimmer
    When stereotypes dosn't fit in
  • Crossing Guard, 79, Fired Over Drug Test

    07/22/2005 1:43:50 PM PDT · by Mikey_1962 · 137 replies · 1,909+ views
    KPRC ^ | 7/22/05 | Mikey_1962
    HOUSTON -- A 79-year-old school crossing guard was fired over a drug test, but not because he failed it, Local 2 reported Thursday. Francis Light refused to take it, violating Houston Independent School District policy. Light has been a familiar face at Oak Forest Elementary School in northwest Houston for 16 years as the school's crossing guard. He was fired last month after refusing to take a random drug-alcohol test. Light said his system is clean, and after so many loyal years on the job, he was insulted. "I got to think as long as people know me, long as...
  • 'Green' Practices Put Wash. in the Red

    05/07/2005 11:54:57 AM PDT · by Diddle E. Squat · 22 replies · 964+ views
    foxnews.com ^ | 5/6/05 | FOXNEWS!
    SEATTLE — Seattle's new city hall and justice center have received awards for their environmentally sensitive design. But just two years after opening, both buildings are plagued with problems — and fixing them is going to cost taxpayers millions....(snip) For example, the light-reflecting shelves in the building haven't worked -- intended to reduce electric bills, workers complain of glare. An oxygen-producing, rainwater-preserving "green roof" died and will have to be re-seeded with heartier plants. Boilers have exploded. Cops have trouble getting hot water to their locker rooms. Offices are too hot or too cold. "Tenants are uncomfortable and we are...
  • California wants more solar energy

    08/07/2004 12:22:24 PM PDT · by snopercod · 7 replies · 221+ views
    The Guardian via the Teipei Times ^ | August 7, 2004 | unknown
    California is proposing to add solar power to a million homes in the next 10 years, paid for by a surcharge on electricity bills equivalent to about US$0.27 a month. The plan, proposed by the California Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), is intended to honor an election pledge of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to ensure that half of all new homes in the state are built with solar power facilities. The surcharge would raise US$1 billion in 10 years for the installation program, with the state using the money to give rebates to home builders who install solar panels on new homes,...
  • WHERE WAS BUSH DURING VIETNAM?

    07/28/2004 11:41:53 AM PDT · by sirwarlok069 · 93 replies · 4,874+ views
    BUSH: "The Missing Year" written by senior editor of GQ magazine Jason Gay. This article appears in the August 2004 edition of GQ magazine, will put the end to the myth of Bush's National Guard Tour of Duty. After reading this article you will decide who the real hero is. Jason Gay did an eight month thorough background research to substantiate the material before publishing this article. Every one knows that GQ is so far to the left that it makes the leaning tower of Pisa appear straight. sirwarlok0069
  • ZOT! Candidate Who Threatened Bush Snubbed by Dem. Underground; Portends GOP Victory in Washington!

    07/27/2004 12:44:07 PM PDT · by Jack Savage · 90 replies · 1,910+ views
    July 27, 2004 | Jack Savage
    A candidate for state office in the great state of Washington appears headed for defeat even before the first absentee ballots are mailed in. (This is my first post on FreeRepublic, by the way, so bear with me if I make a few errors.) David Blomstrom is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction who issued a press release calling for the "legal or quasi-legal" execution of President George W. Bush. It was discussed in this thread http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1168765/posts Apparently, his actions were legal, as his sites are still online. But the website may outlive Blomstrom. Check his campaign website, at...
  • ZOT!!! I come not to praise Bush, but to feed the kittens.

    07/22/2004 11:24:50 AM PDT · by TheSmiler · 102 replies · 2,577+ views
    I'm really having a hard time deciding who to vote for this time around. Immediately after 9/11 I strongly supported the President because I truly believed that we would be tireless in his efforts to protect this country. However, since then I have begun to lose trust in President Bush for a number of reasons. I know this may be an unpopular topic of discussion here, but I wonder if some of you can tell me where I'm wrong. I strongly supported the war in Afghanistan, as did most Americans, but with the invasion of Iraq I think the President...
  • ZOT! Are You Guys Scared Or What (Do Not Erase But Reply!)

    07/21/2004 4:52:37 AM PDT · by Tafkatld · 487 replies · 10,227+ views
    July 21, 2004 | Tafkatld
    A few minutes ago I posted here about Linda Ronstadt. No swearing, no personal insults. Other posters here viciously attacked and insulted Ronstadt, their posts remain. My post got deleted within minutes. Are you guys really that scared? I believe in free speech and the exchange of opinions, obviously you don't. Mr Robinson, answer me: on what basis was my post deleted? I almost feel compelled to post on various other websites how I doubled up laughing about the cowardice on display here. Again, show me your courage please, cheers from the Leftist Dutchman!
  • ZOT!!! Bin Laden's little troll buddy nuked.

    07/19/2004 10:17:32 PM PDT · by PatrioticBrentwooder · 163 replies · 3,501+ views
    Heap of ashes ^ | July 19, 2004
    <p>I'm a true American patriot who is a pro-American voter. Thus, I support John Kerry for president because I want America needs our country back: we're tired of having our national security weakened, our 1st Amendment disregarded by the American Taliban (i.e. religious right) and want to restore respect back to the White House after 4 years of a failed presidency. God Bless America and John Kerry, the man who real patriotic Americans support.</p>
  • Bush lied claims

    06/28/2004 2:12:53 PM PDT · by GLH3IL · 22 replies · 210+ views
    The Great Hall Forum ^ | 06/28/2004 | Patrick Martin
    Subject: Bush lies part 1 (245865) Author: NOYFB (2028685) Date & Time: 2004-06-28 14:48:20-04 Lie No. 1: “My fellow citizens, events in Iraq have now reached the final days of decision.” The decision for war with Iraq was made long ago, the intervening time having been spent in an attempt to create the political climate in which US troops could be deployed for an attack. According to press reports, most recently March 16 in the Baltimore Sun, at one of the first National Security Council meetings of his presidency, months before the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and...
  • DRY-DRUNK PRESIDENT LOSING HIS GRIP? (barf alert)

    06/21/2004 1:26:16 PM PDT · by Born Conservative · 85 replies · 417+ views
    Niagara Falls Reporter ^ | 6/22/2004 | Bill Gallagher
    DETROIT -- The lies, delusions and deceptions of George W. Bush have reached a point where the "dry drunk" madness and the "stinking thinking" in his frighteningly flawed mind are what drives all his remarks on the bogus al-Qaida-Iraq connection and the president's rigid, judgmental world view. In the best of times, George W. can be impatient, self-important and prone to irrational, contorted rationalization. Now that his crazy, unnecessary war in Iraq and grandiose plans to change the Middle East with more violence have clearly failed and he fears that he might get bounced from the White House like his...
  • Farewell to a Hero

    06/17/2004 12:17:08 PM PDT · by BigJnSA · 36 replies · 229+ views
    San Antonio Current ^ | 6/17/2004 | Gilbert Garcia
    Can you believe this would be printed in Texas? Farewell to a hero BY GILBERT GARCIA CRAWFORD, TX., June 16, 2032 The world lost one of its most beloved leaders yesterday when George W. Bush, the 43rd president of the United States, passed away after a long, debilitating battle with attention-deficit disorder. He was 87.
  • Are you a Democrat, a Republican or a Christian? (ZOT!!! Weighed in the balances, found wanting.)

    06/15/2004 5:08:54 AM PDT · by Prophet Elijah · 62 replies · 475+ views
    Guiding Light Prophesy Web Site ^ | June 12, 2004 | Prophet Elijah
    From those, whose supposed duties are to govern man in the civil matters of this world, we should expect no less from them, that they themselves submit to the one who governs the universe, and that is, God. Amen and Amen!!
  • Not Even A Hedgehog: The Stupidity of Ronald Reagan

    06/07/2004 10:44:19 AM PDT · by LincolnLover · 116 replies · 390+ views
    Slate ^ | 6-7-2004 | Christopher "Loved By So Many on FR" Hitchens
    *Excerpt*"...only saw him once up close, which happened to be when he got a question he didn't like. Was it true that his staff in the 1980 debates had stolen President Carter's briefing book? (They had.) The famously genial grin turned into a rictus of senile fury: I was looking at a cruel and stupid lizard..."
  • ZOT!!! A cure for everything, made of 100% pure and natural electricity.

    06/06/2004 3:14:47 PM PDT · by cureforcancer · 134 replies · 453+ views
    patent, 1995,1996, 2004-copyright, 2004 | Robert Texas Bailey(Tex)
    I believe that I have found a natural medicine (refluxed pure natural rubber, and since natural, basically unregulated by FDA) that is anti – carcinogenic and may cure cancer, and natural rubber (the longest known molecule), seams to have the ability to also stop bleeding once in the blood system, which in many cases is the first sign of cancer as an cancerous ulcer. The German scientist Paul Ehrlich (1854-1915) came up with the concept in medicine of a magic bullet that would kill bacteria but not harm Humans. He had some success with an arsenic compound that he add...
  • ZOT!! I'm Worried About the Freepers

    05/27/2004 2:42:41 PM PDT · by aces and sevens · 215 replies · 846+ views
    Bush has a fork in him. Look at the polls. You see them. What makes you think it's gonna get any better for the appointed one? Only the dedicated neo-cons support this clown. Your boy is toast. I hope you guys won't do anything rash after he loses horribly on November 2. President Kerry will make this country much better. Just keep that in mind and you'll be fine. Better yet, jump on the Kerry bandwagon and support a return to peace and prosperity. Come on guys, I'm on your side.
  • I am conservative, came here, read rules, what is the problem?

    05/12/2004 5:15:54 PM PDT · by gmk1957 · 33 replies · 170+ views
    Moderator, please reply. I made a valid enqury, and responded politely.
  • Iowa?

    05/10/2004 7:53:21 PM PDT · by TxtoLA · 14 replies · 169+ views
    What province in Canada is Iowa?
  • GOVERNMENT ABUSE ON THE HOME FRONT

    05/08/2004 3:05:51 PM PDT · by WWW.ACITYOFCHARACTER.COM · 33 replies · 261+ views
    Government abuse on the Home front... On tape! Hear it for yourself (Originally sent as an email to the country: Monday, September 01, 2003 8:28 PM) Hi, How would you react if a government official called you at work, from your basement, and no one let him in? How would you react if they calmly told you that if you wanted to be there you better "drop what you are doing and get over here?" When you complained at the next city commission meeting, they couldn't even seem to understand what you were upset about, wouldn't you think you were...
  • Are Democrats welcome here?

    05/06/2004 9:09:25 AM PDT · by joe_northrop · 302 replies · 846+ views
    Is anyone of the Democratic persuasion welcome here, or are you crazy Republicans going to kick me off? Do any of you know how freaking ridiculous things are getting with George Bush in office? Let's do the list: assaults the environment, rising unemployment, rising gas prices, rising hatred of us across the globe, a phony war with over 700 Americans dead, POW torture, overtime pay almost done away with.....the list goes on and on. It's CRAZY.
  • Help! Writing a Series Turn Paper!

    04/30/2004 11:52:39 AM PDT · by William Martel · 89 replies · 290+ views
    04/30/2004 | john q. stupid
    help me... i'm writing a turn paper on trolls in political forums. i am a senior in high school and was hoping you conservatives could do my reserch for me. any help is apreciated! i also want to no wut viking kitties are as i have seen them refered to in postings around here. thanks!
  • Morford: Where's My (Bleeping) Sex?

    04/23/2004 8:59:53 AM PDT · by CAIndependent · 48 replies · 490+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 4/23/04 | Mark Morford
    Because what the world really needs now is more uptight little companies from Utah that will help us all block out the random messy naked blood n' guts of the world. Companies that will, without anyone asking them to, protect us from media evildoers and exposed flesh and scary exploding things and that part in "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" wherein the universe is blessed, for the briefest of moments, with the joy of Kate Winslet's radiant nipples. This is what is happening. This is the happy godlike agenda of Utah's ClearPlay, a twee and shrill little corporation that...
  • NotZot

    04/22/2004 10:48:41 PM PDT · by Bobber58 · 55 replies · 304+ views
    me ^ | then | me
    I tried to think of many words to say just how I feel...., of what is going onand what it takes to make it real.I am not sure that I can saywith truest moments, lot...but "We are here and you are not, so fluck you, thanks a lot"
  • what questions should have been asked about sept 11 (do u smell ozone? hear meow?)

    04/18/2004 6:12:23 AM PDT · by unproveable · 104 replies · 488+ views
    what happened to the black box which was said to have been found from the airoplane, what was said on it. And the fbi said they found a passport of the terroist who flew the plane in the rubble, how is this possible the passprt would have been burnt if in fact it was placed there by someone. And what aboutall the telephone calls made by the people on board the planes, we should have atleast some information about what was said on the conversations. Why hasnt bin laden been caught, its been 3 years and not caught, it was...
  • The Helicopter Gunships of Freedom

    04/12/2004 12:46:17 PM PDT · by Thorin · 26 replies · 287+ views
    www.lewrockwell.com ^ | April 12, 2004 | Fred Reed
    Help me puzzle out Iraq. I’m just a country boy, and don’t understand Advanced Thought, or high strategy, or anything else. I admit it. Tell me about Iraq – quick, 'cause it seems to be blowing itself all to flinders, and it’s hard to study something the which there ain’t no more. Now, as I understand it from the White House itself, it’s all because of three diehard Saddamites, two terrorists, and an outside agitator. Yes. The White House says ninety-nine and forty-four one-hundredths percent of Iraqis love us, and want us to bomb them and invade them, and starve...
  • ***Palm Sunday Mystery:Is Jesus Buried In Rome?***

    04/04/2004 6:49:49 PM PDT · by The Wizard · 47 replies · 381+ views
    Stardate: 0404.4
    Realizing that some interpert Jesus's remarks that the greatest thing a man can do is give his life for another, was testimony of Peter's taking His place on the cross, and that Judas participated in the plan to save his master's life, and kissed Peter not Jesus, (you must remember folks that there were no pictures or tape, and the Romans only knew what they were told, and it is quite likely that Judas gave up Peter on Jesus's behalf, so that Jesus might continue to do his work)This explains why Jesus, as Peter, denied Christ 3 times when he...
  • "farm" the dead

    03/28/2004 12:21:11 PM PST · by one_eyed_penguin · 57 replies · 231+ views
    I was completely shocked when I read this article. Yes, shocked! This is no fiction of horror, it DOES exist in real life. A so-called "dead" farm is a place where seveal acres of private land surrounded by barbwire, in a sleepy town of Tennessee, where this guy collects unclaimed and donated corpse for his deeds under the disguise of scientific research. Unclaimed body, young and old, men and women, placed in various places inside his so-called farm allow them to decay and consumed by various insects. The maggots will consume a human body in just one day, he said...
  • Goodbye you cheerleading losers

    03/21/2004 11:52:41 AM PST · by Beck_isright · 625 replies · 768+ views
    Self ^ | 03.21.04 | Self
    A few days ago, the esteeemed host and founder of this foremerly great website invited me to do the following: "654. To: JohnGaltfla (#367) Oh, it's much better to go out in a blaze of glory. Martyrdom, 72 virgins, plaque on the "Great Ones" wall of fame and all that rot. jimrobfr posted on 2004-03-19 03:29:45 ET" Obviously, he was concerned that some of his better non-bot posters had abandoned FR for greener fields where our financial and intellectual contributions would be appreciated. It was amusing to watch former FReepers belittle, banter and blast JimRob in various forms. I was...
  • Morfor: Da Vinci Code Your Life

    03/03/2004 7:03:53 AM PST · by presidio9 · 80 replies · 422+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | Wednesday, March 3, 2004 | Mark Morford, I swear to God I'm not helping her choose her subject matter
    <p>Everything is interwoven. Jesus tongue kissed Mary Magdalene, a lot. Potent juicy mystical secrets are everywhere, if you know where to look. Organized religion is the worst possible answer.</p> <p>What supposedly sacred truths are available to us are all relative to those who hold the power. Often, just behind the facade of things is a huge hunk of gorgeous convoluted magic you would do well to lick. Meanwhile, the divine feminine is right there, winking, sighing heavily, waiting for you. Like, duh.</p>
  • Great web sit my my roommate (my my ZOT!!!)

    02/27/2004 1:31:27 PM PST · by jps · 38 replies · 338+ views
    This guy i go to school with hear at iu made this web site iudaybyday.blogspot.com and he already has a bunch of people mad
  • ZOT! - Our criminals in our bush-league government did 9-11.

    02/26/2004 2:55:11 PM PST · by Bush_Is_A_STINKING_Liar · 64 replies · 369+ views
    Our criminals in our bush-league government did 9-11. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pentagonconspiracy/message/9 Our criminals in our government did 9-11. The Pentagon evidence presented here proves it. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pentagonconspiracy/message/9 I. Security camera shows the wrong plane, the wrong explosion and the discrepant trail of an air-to-ground missile. Note the tail fin of the attacking jet, visible only in the first picture, sticking up behind the yellow parking-pass machine in the foreground. Observe also the white missile smoke trailing behind. Compare this with these two pictures of an F-16 jet fighter firing an air-to-ground missile, above right and below. The sequence of five pictures indicate by...
  • Suckers, You're DOOMED [But I'm zotted]

    02/24/2004 4:42:52 AM PST · by FoXyLiZ · 92 replies · 657+ views
    Myzelf | today | Coen
  • ZOT!!! A beginning of an end to this troll?

    02/19/2004 12:02:46 PM PST · by bushlandslide · 89 replies · 563+ views
    Kerry, Edwards Both Lead Bush, Poll Shows 48 minutes ago WASHINGTON - Both John Kerry (news - web sites) and John Edwards (news - web sites) are ahead of President Bush (news - web sites) by double digits when matched against him in hypothetical elections, says a poll released Wednesday. Kerry, the Democratic front-runner and a Massachusetts senator, leads Bush by 55 percent to 43 percent among likely voters, according to the CNN-USA Today-Gallup poll. Edwards, the North Carolina senator who is challenging Kerry, leads Bush by 54 percent to 44 percent. Bush has been defending himself on his National...
  • ZOT! How Free is Free Republic?

    02/17/2004 2:36:48 PM PST · by gboywa · 183 replies · 658+ views
    Kuro5hin ^ | 12/29/2003 | kuro5hin.org
    FreeRepublic censors posts! Here is proof!
  • Four Reasons We Should Abolish the Military

    02/10/2004 12:55:47 PM PST · by dixiepatriot · 110 replies · 461+ views
    lewrockwell.com ^ | February 10, 2004 | Brad Edmonds
    Four Reasons We Should Abolish the Military by Brad Edmonds To address the common claim by neoconservatives that we owe our freedom to the men and women of the US military, I've written recently that we don't owe the military anything of the sort. While many soldiers, airmen, etc. died in combat believing they were defending our freedom, they were misguided in this belief. The "for our freedom" claim is false because our freedoms were won by the founders and written into law by them, hence a military created afterward could have had nothing to do with that; the freedoms...
  • Drugs for sex arrangement goes up in smoke

    02/10/2004 10:10:42 AM PST · by Behind Liberal Lines · 15 replies · 177+ views
    Auburn NY Citizen ^ | Tuesday, February 10, 2004 | By Craig Fox / Staff Writer
    AUBURN NY- When Auburn's Microtel Inn and Suites employees smelled marijuana coming from one of their guest rooms, they discovered two Syracuse teenage girls who had been trading sex for drugs and money. Syracuse's James B. Perry, 50, was charged Sunday morning after being found with a 13- and 14-year-old girl after Inn employees smelled pot emanating from Perry's room, Auburn City Police said. He was charged with having sexual contact with the two teenage girls and giving them marijuana. Perry and the two girls knew each other and had been going to hotel rooms in Central New York, Northern...
  • Murder Most Fowl

    02/09/2004 2:27:23 PM PST · by presidio9 · 5 replies · 123+ views
    NY Times ^ | February 8, 2004 | MAUREEN DOWD
    "Dadburn," Rummy fumed, squinting through his wireless glasses and waving his shotgun in the air. "A trained ape could have found a little something in that stinking cesspool. Can you believe that tweedy blabbermouth David Kay came back without even a germ? Goodness gracious, wasn't he working for us?" Dick Cheney didn't answer. He was even more immobile than usual, in his jungle cammies in the field of the Rolling Rock Club in Pennsylvania. Nino, his partner in electoral manipulation and fowl assassination, was at his side, smoking and sipping Montepulciano from a silver thermos. One thing Rummy admired about...
  • ZOT!!! Trolls have no future.

    02/06/2004 8:25:58 AM PST · by glenngunde · 48 replies · 281+ views
    Reddy Kilozot
    <p>While the death tolls continue to mount and we spend billions on this illegal occupation crucial programs go unfunded and the deficit spirals out of control.</p> <p>Please see the brilliant animation by Ben Cohen explaining how just a small change in our already bloated defense spending could make the world a much better place for everyone.</p>
  • ZOT!!! FR is a zot site.

    02/03/2004 5:19:56 PM PST · by frisahatesite · 113 replies · 530+ views
    2/3/2004 | Reddy Kilozot
  • Zot! for the truth [and great justice!]

    01/30/2004 4:38:48 AM PST · by Vercvactor · 71 replies · 1,021+ views
    Gorilla News Network ^ | 01/30/04 | Rick Wilson
  • US Downed Its Own Twin Towers, New (Egyptian) Song Says

    01/21/2004 11:07:26 AM PST · by veronica · 25 replies · 317+ views
    CNSNews.com ^ | January 21, 2004 | Julie Stahl
    Jerusalem (CNSNews.com) - A new song by a popular Egyptian singer accuses the United States of bringing down the Twin Towers so it could portray Arabs and Muslims as terrorists and have an excuse to meddle with the Arab world. Singer Sha'ban Abd Al-Rahim's song Kharittat Al Tariq (Road Map) -- a reference to the U.S.-backed Israeli-Palestinian peace plan -- "gives voice to widespread views in the Egyptian street regarding the September 11th events and the U.S.-Iraq standoff," said a review in the weekly Cairo Times, a translation of which was provided by the Middle East Media Research Institute. "The...
  • Are You Going To Get Mad?

    01/20/2004 9:33:48 PM PST · by TomHolly · 200 replies · 1,374+ views
    Charley Reese ^ | 1-24-2004 | Charley Reese
    Are You Going To Get Mad? It is now about as clear as it's going to get that Saddam Hussein had no weapons of mass destruction. Secretary of State Colin Powell even contradicted himself (in his U.N. speech) by admitting recently that there is no evidence of any link between Saddam and al-Qaida. Prior to the Iraq War, the Bush administration asserted as fact that Saddam had huge quantities of chemical and biological weapons and was actively pursuing nuclear weapons. Administration members ridiculed people who expressed any doubts. Today, after spending millions of dollars looking for the weapons, they haven't...
  • ZOT: 27 Similarities Between Hitler and President Bush (barf)

    01/04/2004 11:09:22 AM PST · by normal conservative · 119 replies · 3,560+ views
    truthinaction ^ | Edward Jayne
    1. Like Hitler, President Bush was not elected by a majority, but was forced to engage in political maneuvering in order to gain office. 2. Like Hitler, Bush began to curtail civil liberties in response to a well-publicized national outrage, in Hitler's case the Reichstag fire, in Bush's case the 9-11 catastrophe. 3. Like Hitler, Bush went on to pursue a reckless ultra-nationalist foreign policy without the mandate of the electorate. 4. Like Hitler, Bush has accordingly improved his popularity ratings, especially with veterans and conservative Republicans, by mounting an aggressive public relations campaign against foreign enemies. Just as Hitler...
  • Same troll. Zot: What will be the top headlines on January 1, 2005?

    01/01/2004 4:10:58 PM PST · by help me help me · 121 replies · 377+ views
    My personal choices: "Rush Limbaugh Raped in Prison" "George Bush Despondent After Howard Dean Landslide" "America Gleeful About a New Democratic Congress"