Friday, October 27, 2006

The Capital Times

The Capital Times: "The pity of it all is that all too many Americans fall for these tactics of character assassination. It will never end until the people stand up and say 'enough.'"

I often wonder if Rush actually knows how his own implant was developed.


Tuesday, October 24, 2006

The Swamp - Chicago Tribune - Blogs.

The Swamp - Chicago Tribune - Blogs.: "f it was not for the fact that brave young American soliders were in harms way, it would be laughable. By changing a slogan, does the White House think that they can change their history?"

Bloomberg.com: Worldwide

Bloomberg.com: Worldwide: "October has been the deadliest month for the U.S. military in Iraq since the battle to clear the insurgent stronghold Fallujah in November 2004. At least 81 military personnel have been killed in action this month, according to Department of Defense tally released yesterday."

Iraqi's to take over in 12-18 months. Please ignore the fact that things are actually getting worse.

Monday, October 16, 2006

Saddam judge postpones possible verdict | World News | Reuters.co.uk

Saddam judge postpones possible verdict | World News | Reuters.co.uk: "The U.S.-backed court, which was set to announce on Monday a final date for a verdict for the toppled leader and seven of his former top lieutenants for crimes against humanity, said it needed more time to review testimony."

American Election forces delay in verdict because, they aren't going to kill Sadam.

Friday, October 13, 2006

Car Bomber Kills NATO Soldier, 8 Others - washingtonpost.com

Car Bomber Kills NATO Soldier, 8 Others - washingtonpost.com: "KANDAHAR, Afghanistan -- A suicide car bomber targeted a NATO convoy Friday in southern Afghanistan, killing a NATO soldier and eight civilians, alliance and police officials said."

It's the nickle and dime approach that is hurting America and Afghanistan.

Thursday, October 12, 2006

American in Qaeda Tapes Accused of Treason - New York Times

American in Qaeda Tapes Accused of Treason - New York Times: "With Mr. Gadahn, “there’s a real issue here as to whether they have met the two witnesses requirement,” said Peter S. Margulies, a law professor at Roger Williams University who studies terrorism prosecutions. “You need witnesses who are actually familiar with the terms of cooperation of the person charged — whether they were coerced, whether they were paid — and that seems to be lacking here in this case.”"

Is there an election coming up? I thought so.