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October will be better. Right?

September 22, 2005 5:53 PM

Karmagrrrl posted a fantastic video based on Green Day's "Wake Me Up When September Ends." Definitely worth watching.

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your boy o'sexxxy got schooled by Phil Donahue the other day, and i thought of you

Fri Sep 23 2005 2:18 PM


Schooled? You must have seen a different show than I did.

Fri Sep 23 2005 3:36 PM


great blog man.

Fri Sep 23 2005 4:32 PM

Tom from Madison:

"Schooled" is exactly what Donahue did to O'Reilly.

Loufah Man never wants to talk about US-Iraq policy in the 1980s. He avoided the subject of 1980s Iraq with Galloway as well.

He knows that Iraqis lived through that period where the US backed Saddam big time! The poster-child was Don Rumsfeld.

How can anyone now expect Iraqis to trust that very same guy with their future?

Fri Sep 23 2005 5:05 PM

Dave E.:

O'Reilly about had an aneurysm with the whole nephew thing. Now that, was funny. But man does he have some serious rage issues. And rage issues mostly stem from some fundamental insecurities about oneself.

The bottom line I see is this: no one that supports these insane Bush policies has any defense anymore, short of just pointing and yelling really loud. Deep down, they know they're wrong.

Fri Sep 23 2005 8:48 PM


See you next Nov. Again you will see where the peoples loyalties lie. You sit inside you little box thinking its the whole world.

Sat Sep 24 2005 9:59 AM

Tom from Madison:

This election won't be about loyalty. It'll be about TRUTH.

Look at public opinion polls. Bush's trust among voters in the middle is gone. He only has the right flank left, and some of them are running away. Even right wing ideologues realize you can't keep spending and spending without raising taxes--even if you're giving $ to Haliburton.

Our local news reported of a family that had one son in Iraq [army] who came back telling of inadequate supplies and plans. He also told of lies about what was really happening. 2 months ago they lost a second son.

These stories would have been censored 1 year ago. However, the press is once again gaining independence. The repeated lieing won't work again.

Change is definitely in the air!

Mon Sep 26 2005 5:55 PM

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