Thursday, August 10, 2006

what a soul-less ass

i don't think ANY of 'em have souls for THAT matter.

how dare this ass call ME (and anyone else who has the brain to know we were lied to in order to get us into iraq - as the stepping stone to the REST of the middle east it would appear) impatient. i am impatient because 2500 (plus) of our men and women died? died as a result of
the actions of a king and his court some would consider to be madmen/madwomen.

IMPATIENT??? our constitution, the constitution of the united states of america has not only been torn up but been spat upon by this administration. spying on it's own citizens WITHOUT warrants in order to 'capture' the ninja three stooges in florida? c'mon now. the health and well being of our citizens has been ignored. katrina and stem cell research for two (there are many more). the rich get richer while the working women and men strive to feed themselves, their families, heat their homes and fill their cars with gas. BUT the rich get richer. how DARE snow or ANY of the soul-less ones judge ME and the citizens of MY state for using not only our MINDS but our HEARTS AND SOULS as well. we made the RIGHT choice.

White House tears into Dems over Lieberman loss
RAW STORY Published: Wednesday August 9, 2006 White House press secretary Tony Snow today launched into a lengthy diatribe regarding the loss of Senator Joseph Lieberman (D-CT) in yesterday's primary election--before stating the President has no official comment to make on the subject, RAW STORY has learned.
Snow, commenting from a middle school near President's ranch in Crawford, Texas, seemed to be attempting to use the loss to portray Democrats as weak on issues relating to national security.
A transcript of Snow's comments follow the video excerpt below: SNOW: As for the primary election in Connecticut last night -- I know there's a lot of concern and interest about that -- Democratic voters in Connecticut have made their choice, and they have chosen Ned Lamont over Senator Lieberman.
Just a couple of observations:
Key leaders in the National Democratic Party have made it clear -- no, let me back up -- this is a defining moment, in some ways, for the Democratic Party. I know a lot of people have tried to make this a referendum on the president. I would flip it. I think instead, it's a defining moment for the Democratic Party, whose national leaders now have made it clear that if you disagree with the extreme left in their party, they're going to come after you. And it is probably worth trying to trace through some of the implications of that position, because it is clearly going to be one of the central issues as we get ready for the election campaign this year, that is, the midterm elections.
First, let's think about Iraq. One of the positions is that we need to leave Iraq. We need to do it on a timetable, and we need to do it soon. It's worth walking through the consequences of that position................

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