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Thursday, August 3, 2006



The Swift-Boating of Jack Murtha


The suit accuses Murtha of spreading "false and malicious lies" about Wuterich and his squad that were "intended to serve his own private purpose and interests" and that Murtha's comments "have been reproduced by countless third parties throughout the world."

-A lawsuit filed against Rep. John Murtha (D-PA) by Frank D. Wuterich, 26, a sergeant I Iraq accused of killing civilians.


Hey, I'm no genius, but if this guy knows that the Pentagon has bee feeding "false and malicious lies" to Rep. Murtha, then shouldn't the Pentagon be the ones who are being sued?


"This case is not about money; it's about clearing Frank Wuterich's name, and part of that is to identify where these leaks are coming from. Congressman Murtha has created this atmosphere that has already concluded guilt. He's created this environment that really smells, and he's the only one who has done that."

-Mark S. Zaid, one of Wuterich's lawyers


It's never about the money, is it? Just ask any lawyer.


Although no one has been charged in the case relating to the Haditha incident, the sergeant and other members of his platoon are under investigation.


The Bush administration is, apparently, a fountain of leaks, from Scooter Libby to Dick “Go <F-à Yourself” Cheney. If the sole purpose of allowing Rep. Murtha to view and release this information was to disgrace him, then one has to wonder just what the “G”reed “O”ver “P”eople party  priorities really are.


The truth of the matter is that our troops have never had such a friend in the nation's capital as John Murtha. It's obvious that this is his "swift-boating". Instead of winning their Bush-made war in Iraq, they would rather wage a war against those who are truly trying to make the lives of soldiers better and safer.


Bush's guys ought to stop waving the flag and try to understand what our flag really means instead.


-Noah Greenberg


Who's next at Treasury?


"Amid this country’s strong economic expansion, many Americans simply aren’t feeling the benefits. Many aren’t seeing significant increases in their take-home pay. Their increases in wages are being eaten up by high energy prices and rising health care costs, among others,"

-New Treasury secretary Paulson


I am confused.  Didn't anyone send Paulson the memo that he is required to lie, lie and then lie some more?  Better watch it Mr. Paulson less you go the way of Paul O'Neill.  The Bushistas do not tolerate truth tellers.


-Robert Scardapane


Lieberman Must Go


Word has it that Lieberman is spending over 100,000 a day in the primary race.  He is supposedly paying canvassers 60 dollars an hour.  Even the Young Republicans are canvassing for Lieberman!    


Guess where the money is coming from?  Not your Uncle Harry or aunt Bertha.  It's all from K Street Washington, DC corporate lobbyists.


Joementum is proving what we have said about him all along - he is a Republican with a 'D" next to his name.  There is only one choice in the upcoming primary - vote for Ned Lamont.


-Robert Scardapane


In response to, "I too saw Meet the Press. I really like Tim Russert, and I LOVE Tom Friedman! Bush should have HALF his understanding of the world situation! The whole world situation scares me!" Robert Scardapane writes:


Tom Friedman is a warmonger.  He supported Bush in his Iraq debacle for instance.  Friedman has been wrong about every foreign policy situation.  To make matters worst, Friedman is a wealthy elitist.  He is a shill for the corporatists spouting the wonders of globalization.  Tell that to a laid off factory worker or software programmer.  Friedman arrogantly brags that he can't be outsourced but most Americans won't make it.  It wouldn't matter if Friedman was outsourced given how wealthy he is via marriage.


Nope, I refuse to watch any show with elitist Friedman on it. The man has no insights worth listening to.


In response to comments made by Robert Scardapane, Sandy Schubert (AAIT) of UOP/Western International University writes:


I think Robert Scardapane needs to read up on the Islamic faiths idea of the end of the world. Yes they have their own Armageddon. Learn about it.


I think Robert Scardapane needs to read up on the Islamic faiths idea of the end of the world. Yes they have their own Armageddon. Learn about it.

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