Saturday, June 02, 2007

It's Been A While

Appologizing for not blogging is as cliched as, well, as apologizing for not blogging. One of the reasons I haven't really posted anything is because I've been a bit busy at work (be careful what you wish for). I usually do most of my blogging from work (shhhh, don't tell), but now that I actually have things to do, I haven't been able to do any blogging. I don't like to blog from home, generally, because the idea of sitting at my laptop while at home when I have been in front of a computer at work all day is, um, not appealing. Well, it is now Saturday morning, zero hour, 8:22 am, and none of my friends are awake at this time (I've already been up for an hour and a half), so I will give a rundown of what BushCo has done to further make the U.S. a laughing stock...

Bush has decided to nominate a man to be Surgeon General. That in and of it self is not news (if anyone else besides Bush was President), but this guy that Bush wants to be Surgeon Genral also has formed a group that will cure the gays! Yes, that's right Bush and his never ending cycle of absolute, complete, incomprehensible stupidy wants the nominate as the Surgeon General of the United States a man that claims he can "cure" one of being gay!
It is absolutely astonishing the depth of Bush's stupidity and ignorance. To say I'm speechless (nearly, anyway), is an understatement. I wouldn't be surprised if this guy isn't even a doctor. This guy's name? Joseph Holsinger

Write your Congressperson:

via Kos

Congress wants to talk to former Attorney General Ashcroft about the infamous night time hospital run when, then, White House Attorney Gonzales tried to get the bed ridden AG Ashcroft (he just had surgery when this happened - read the whole story, here) to sign off on the (illegal) wire tapping scheme he and the BushCo Criminals conjured up from the sesspool of their "brains". Let's see if he'll talk


The Republicans supressing votes? Nah. Well, yes, actually. In case you missed Monica Goodling's testimony during the Attorney General scandel, she mentioned "vote caging." What is "voter caging"?

"Vote caging is an illegal trick to suppress minority voters (who tend to vote Democrat) by getting them knocked off the voter rolls if they fail to answer registered mail sent to homes they aren't living at (because they are, say, at college or at war)"

Ahh, yes, the DOJ is not in the business of surpressing votes. Way to go, BushCo Criminals.

via Slate

Don't let Congress stop the Attorney General scandel hearings:

Just a littel aside, Slate has an interesting article on the BushCo Criminals' confusion between diplomacy and marketing. The article truly reveals how the BushCo Criminals think.

A Senate panel rejects Bush's secret interrogations. I guess some people (not the President) care about the integrity of the U.S..

This is what happens when we are apathetic to what our government does.
Write 'em:

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