READER COMMENTS ON
"GEORGE W. BUSH OUT-TRICKS RICHARD NIXON!"
(19 Responses so far...)
COMMENT #1 [Permalink]
said on 8/11/2006 @ 11:25 am PT...
A very good article explains why he could not have done it without the republican rubber stamp congress (John Dean).
COMMENT #2 [Permalink]
said on 8/11/2006 @ 11:41 am PT...
Whoa Brad - You're time tripping - screenshot shows -3 days - 13 hours. Currently the clock is at -3 days -12 hours.
Must be one of those time zone thingies!
Oh and Thank you George, Thank you so much - you F***ing MORAN!
COMMENT #3 [Permalink]
said on 8/11/2006 @ 11:43 am PT...
Whoa - now the clocks gone!
COMMENT #4 [Permalink]
said on 8/11/2006 @ 11:53 am PT...
COMMENT #5 [Permalink]
said on 8/11/2006 @ 1:21 pm PT...
COMMENT #6 [Permalink]
said on 8/11/2006 @ 2:57 pm PT...
The longer Bush stays in office, the more damage he does. Congressman John Conyers has sponsored HR 635, calling for an investigation to determine if Bush and the Administration have broken laws & rise to the level of impeachment. He needs more Representatives to sign on to the HR to get an investigation started. One website trying to get the word out to people about HR635 via PSA's is: HR635 PSA Project
COMMENT #7 [Permalink]
said on 8/11/2006 @ 3:15 pm PT...
Brad, dear, you sound better. I think you've been eating and sleeping! "Muriel and I are pleased as punch..."
Poor Hubert and Muriel wouldn't be so pleased about this "auspicious" occasion though.
COMMENT #8 [Permalink]
said on 8/11/2006 @ 3:43 pm PT...
Brad or anybody else, do you know of any blogs that may be out here in CA specifically devoted to the Bowen/McPherson race. Sorry for crashing this thread, but given what McPherson's been up to, I was hoping you could forgive me. The best the Bowen campaign guy I spoke with didn't know of any.
COMMENT #9 [Permalink]
said on 8/11/2006 @ 3:57 pm PT...
In regards to taking the Oath of Office twice...
I heard the actual clip on the Tom Hartman (local Oregon show) so I can attest to it.
When GWB took the oath for the second time he stole the Presidency, the said "...and defend constitution of the United States..." rather than "...and defend __The__ Constitution of the United States..."
The first way (as required by law) means you uphold and defend the document and everything it stands for.
The second way means that you defend the creation, construction or re-making of the United States, perhaps as a Fascist dictatorship or corporate oligarchy.
Freudian skip? Careful wording? Just plain stupid?
I suspect he knew wat he was doing but didn't know WHY he did it, but that a good legal advisor told him to leave the "the" out and he did.
Of course, with these nut jobs, how can you ever know.
COMMENT #10 [Permalink]
said on 8/11/2006 @ 11:07 pm PT...
I get what your saying, but he isn't a "self appointed Commander in chief." That designation is part and parcel to being the president.
COMMENT #11 [Permalink]
said on 8/12/2006 @ 12:27 am PT...
Dee - I don't consider him to be the president. At least not mine. Thus, he is neither the commander-in-cheif as far as I'm concerned.
PeterB - Nope, I don't know of any specifically devoted Bowen/McPherson blogs. Have at it!
COMMENT #12 [Permalink]
A Concerned Citizen
said on 8/12/2006 @ 6:30 am PT...
I feel he has only passed Nixon because we don't have any MSN sources informing the public of the bullshit, like we did back with Nixon. Only those of us with computers and a remote interest in the future of our country know about and care about what's been going on. The pathetic corrupt Congress doesn't help either, I agree. They're all in bed with Dubya and rotten Cheney.
That's why it's so great to see Brad traveling around the country, informing people via the radio of just how all this corruption got to Washinton in the first place. They were NOT elected by We The People, we know that now. I know he's waking up the people who don't have internet access. Thanks, Brad.
COMMENT #13 [Permalink]
said on 8/12/2006 @ 10:55 am PT...
I wonder if anyone has connected the dots between personal data thefts and BushCo ? There have been 133 such thefts since June 05, heaviest from June this year.
We are talking about banks, Ameritrade, U.S. Dept of Trans, IRS, MCI, colleges, hospitals, you name it and it has been hit. Wayne Madsen has a list of the thefts and how they were taken, and how many names were taken.
This is more than hackers having fun with establishment. Why would anyone need a complete list of identities from children to investors?
One theory was to decide where to hit strong Republican strongholds, but that is vague.
Since there are more millionaires in Congress and Senate than ever before there is a lot of butt to protect.
COMMENT #14 [Permalink]
said on 8/12/2006 @ 12:06 pm PT...
Peter B #8
Although it's not a blog, here's somewhere with information on the race:
Around the Capitol
Debra Bowen's Website
Another source for Political blogs in California:
Lefty Blogs - California (This will also give you a list in the left column where you can choose any other state.)
Open Voting Consortium Another blog about voting machine issues. (I like Bradblog better!)
If you Google "Bowen/McPherson blogs" you should find many individual blog entries from various locations.
COMMENT #15 [Permalink]
said on 8/13/2006 @ 1:31 am PT...
Charlie L #9
That's something I hadn't seen before. I'm voting for Freudian slip. Here are some others, (some paraphrasing, but accurate)!
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It would be a lot easier if this were a dictatorship, and I was the dictator.
It's working, we're making elections.
It's not easy bringing chaos and order to Iraq, but we will.
The terrorists never stop thinking of ways to hurt our country, and neither do we.
in other words, if you say, certain people should be free, but others shouldn't free. It's a universal thought, as far as I'm concerned.
It's in our country's interests to find those who would do harm to us and get them out of harm's way.
Too many OB/GYNs aren't able to practice their --- their love with women all across this country.
The Iraqi regime is a threat to any American and to threats who are friends of America.
COMMENT #16 [Permalink]
said on 8/13/2006 @ 2:48 am PT...
HOLY SHIT! Speaking of slips, NOT!
Bush isn't the only one who lets us know what he's really thinking. Take a look at this line written by David Brooks that was apparently approved by his editors at The New York Times:
“Voters shouldn’t be allowed to define the choices in American politics.”
Well, I guess that puts an end to that debate, Huh! Scalia and the Times are on the same page!
COMMENT #17 [Permalink]
said on 8/13/2006 @ 6:03 am PT...
Who will you vote for in the US House Election:
POLL...(DATE)..[% R=Republican, D=Democrat]
Newsweek...(8/11)...[39% R, 51% D]
FOX/OD........(8/9).....[30% R, 48% D]
AP/Ipsos.....(8/9)....[37% R, 55% D]
COMMENT #18 [Permalink]
said on 8/13/2006 @ 7:00 am PT...
Could it be that the leader of the republican dictatorship is there because he is a problem solver?:
Once it's acknowledged that the war in Iraq is a sectarian civil war, however, staying the course has no logic for anyone. Which is why Bush remains determined to dispute any such characterization. "You know, I hear people say, well, civil war this, civil war that," he told reporters at his Crawford, Texas ranch August 7, "the Iraqi people decided against civil war when they went to the ballot box. And a unity government is working to respond to the will of the people. And, frankly, it's quite a remarkable achievement on the political front, and the security front is where there's been troubles."
As long as there's an Iraqi government, apparently, there can be no civil war in Iraq. Another problem solved in the neat little world of George Bush.
(link here). Maybe it does not count if you are the one who made the problem in the first place.
COMMENT #19 [Permalink]
said on 8/14/2006 @ 2:54 pm PT...
Brad, or anyone else interested.
In the new Rolling Stone auther Kurt Vonnegut said: "I wish Nixon were president. Bush is so ignorant. And I don't like idiotic, impulsive people."
So can the Republicans claim an endorsment. Oh, never mind I forgot Nixon's dead.