Tuesday, September 9, 2003
Have you noticed that no American has been killed in Iraq for *days*?
That's because American soldiers are hiding like scared turtles.
Are they hiding because the Mission has been Accomplished? No. They were ordered to hide because Bush's popularity polls have made a swan dive off the high board.
So who is providing protection for the Iraqis? Most places: nobody.
Children get kidnapped, women get raped, cars get stolen, gangs run wild with machine guns. Mission Accomplished.
And our soldiers are ordered to hide away. I bet *that* has all the religious-whacko terrorists quaking in fear. "Ooh. Fear the strength of the American military. If we keep bombing, the US army will hide in its bases."
"According to US government officials, the British warning of al-Qaeda plans to hijack US airliners was contained in a crucial briefing sent to Bush on August 6, a month before the attacks on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon."
Bring us Condoleeza Rice's head! This vile liar -- whore for power -- has a key role in the government of the United States. A Democrat who wants to be President should get Rice fired.
This stuff is too important to be left to f-ing idiots like Rice. We need adults running the show. These greedy bastards let thousands of people get killed, and then covered up their malfeasance by abusing government secrecy laws.
There was never any national security risk for the world to know what Bush knew and when he knew it. The risk was that we would fire their sorry asses for betraying our country.
"Sorry. Mr. Bush was too busy playing golf to attend your son's funeral."
"And now we go live to the southwest, where President [sic] Bush is talking about his environmental policy."
"Ladies and gentlemen _ America can no longer turn a blind eye to a terrible enemy that lives among us. An enemy that has betrayed and scarred us as a country _
The RIAA sued a 12-year-old girl for sharing files.
When Napster was thriving and the cash was rolling in to RIAA companies faster than they could count, the vile Republicans were miserable when they thought of how many songs people played and downloaded without giving a penny to the RIAA. So the RIAA killed the goose that laid the golden egg -- out of fear and greed.
Now they are suing 12 year-old girls. Now they want to destroy the computers of people they think are sharing files. Now they want to besmirch the whole file-sharing idea as pornography.
The RIAA are convicted criminals -- thieving pirates who repeatedly break the law to steal billions from music lovers.
The RIAA destroyed its business. File sharing was free advertising -- absolutely no cost to them, targeted at *exactly* the right customers.
It's time people in this country remember our fables and stories of morality, and spurn the vile Republican hypocrits whose only "legitimacy" is the billions of dollars they've already stolen from us.
A twelve-year-old girl has the moral high-ground here. The thieving, lying, self-destructive RIAA greed-addicts are the ones who should be shut down.
If their revenues are down, a lot of it is because people like me who used to spend $100 or more per month on music now spend $0 -- that's ZERO -- per month on music from record labels. I do not download files. I buy CDs from directly local artists -- only.
Lust for money is the root of all evil. The RIAA is not just stupid. It's not just criminal. It's evil -- in the precise sense of the Bible's stories of Jesus.
It's about time that vile Republican scum like the RIAA executives should find themselves excluded from polite society, and it's time that people of good character and upbringing reject the RIAA's message and authority out of hand.
Was "Bring 'em on!" the stupidest sentence ever uttered by an American president?
"Every assumption the administration made about what would happen after the war was dead wrong." --Joe Biden
"...we might have underestimated..." --Colin Powell
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