Thursday, May 26, 2005

Scotty doesnt know.

Im too busy to be posting often these days..So excuse me if this seems to becoming a roast of Scott Mclellan, but he just makes it so.....easy.

this week, Scott claims we were "Invited" into Iraq, and press room legend Helen Thomas lets him have it.

Wire Queen Helen Thomas today ripped into White House spokesman Scott McClellan over his claims the United States is in Afghanistan and Iraq -- by invitation. Joined in progess...
Q The other day -- in fact, this week, you said that we, the United States, is in Afghanistan and Iraq by invitation. Would you like to correct that incredible distortion of American history --

MR. McCLELLAN: No, we are -- that's where we currently --

Q -- in view of your credibility is already mired? How can you say that?

MR. McCLELLAN: Helen, I think everyone in this room knows that you're taking that comment out of context. There are two democratically-elected governments in Iraq and --

Q Were we invited into Iraq?

MR. McCLELLAN: There are two democratically-elected governments now in Iraq and Afghanistan, and we are there at their invitation. They are sovereign governments, and we are there today --

Q You mean if they had asked us out, that we would have left?

MR. McCLELLAN: No, Helen, I'm talking about today. We are there at their invitation. They are sovereign governments --

Q I'm talking about today, too.

MR. McCLELLAN: -- and we are doing all we can to train and equip their security forces so that they can provide for their own security as they move forward on a free and democratic future.

Q Did we invade those countries?

MR. McCLELLAN: Go ahead, Steve. END

Wow. Avoiding the question, and never admitting a screw up. Truly a Bush boy. All he needs is a daiper and a rattle, and the uniform is complete....

Sunday, May 15, 2005

Irony. Its like goldie, and bronzie, only its made of iron.

Press Briefing by Scott McClellan

We have had concerns about human rights in Uzbekistan, but we are concerned about the outbreak of violence, particularly by some members of a terrorist organization that were freed from prison. And we urge both the government and the demonstrators to exercise restraint at this time. The people of Uzbekistan want to see a more representative and democratic government, but that should come through peaceful means, not through violence. And that's what our message is.


Um, Did I say that? Oh, bugger.

Friday, May 13, 2005

I know I dont update too often anymore......

.....but DAMN!. These local boys have dropped off the map. Too bad, I miss Ryans posting. Dont miss the "other" guy for some reason....

Thursday, May 12, 2005

Doons does it.

Wednesday, May 04, 2005

Robertson affirmed his belief that Democratic judges are a greater threat to the U.S. than Al Qaeda, Nazi Germany or Civil War

Up for a good laugh? Or maybe a spine tingling look at how these extreme right wing kooks really think.

On ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos, Pat Robertson, founder of Christian Coalition of America and host of the Christian Broadcasting Network's The 700 Club, defended his comments in his latest book, Courting Disaster, that Democratic judicial appointments are the most serious threat America has faced in nearly 400 years. Robertson also recently announced that God told him, "I will remove judges from the Supreme Court quickly, and their successors will refuse to sanction the attacks on religious faith."
From the May 1 broadcast of This Week:
STEPHANOPOULOS: But, sir, you have described this in pretty -- this whole battle in pretty apocalyptic terms. You've said that liberals are engaged in an all-out assault on Christianity, that Democrats will appoint judges who don't share our Christian values and will dismantle Christian culture. And that the out-of-control judiciary -- and this was in your last book, Courting Disaster -- is the most serious threat America has faced in nearly 400 years of history, more serious than Al Qaeda, more serious than Nazi Germany and Japan, more serious than the Civil War?
ROBERTSON: George, I really believe that. I think they are destroying the fabric that holds our nation together. There is an assault on marriage. There's an assault on human sexuality, as [U.S. Supreme Court] Judge [Antonin] Scalia said, they've taken sides in the culture war. And on top of that, if we have a democracy, the democratic processes should be that we can elect representatives who will share our point of view and vote those things into law.