LIAR PARADOX: November 2005


Whatever Bush says is a lie? That MUST be a truth!

Tuesday, November 22, 2005


Too bad America doesn't get a chance to have a leader like this!

Monday, November 21, 2005

To Pull Out or Not?

Besides the blatant lies about why we went to Iraq, another reason the Bush Administration gave us for going to Iraq was "to bring freedom and democracy to the Iraqi people."

Well why not ask the Iraqi People what they want. Do they want us to stay or would they like us to leave?

Let them go to the ballot box to decide. After all, Bush and Co. say we've made "progress" there. I'm assuming he means in bringing Democracy to the Iraqi people. After all, that is the reason why people supported taking out Saddam, right?

So let the Iraqis vote at the polls on whether America should stay or leave, and let that be it.

Sunday, November 20, 2005


COWARDS think it's ok that soldiers will spend their holidays six feet under ground while name-calling the mothers of these dead soldiers who discover that their children DIED for Greedy Corporate Scumbags;

COWARDS think it's alright that soldiers come back with no arms or legs, Not for America's freedom but for Dick Cheney and his oil mongers;

COWARDS don't mind taking off their shoes at the airports;

COWARDS don't seem to find any problem with the Patriot Act;

COWARDS are people who hide behind the flag while desecrating the U.S. Constitution.

COWARDS proclaim, "If you're against the war you're against the troops. Support the Troops! Just please don't ask ME to go and fight!"

Heroes stand up in the FACE of these COWARDS and resist their oppression.

Saturday, November 12, 2005

Just a Reminder

A reminder of just WHO some of these people are that have been opposed to the War in Iraq sinced the beginning, and a reminder that Bush doesn't listen to reason. I don't know who this "God" is that told him to invade Iraq.

From: The National Council of Churches

September 12, 2002

The Honorable George W. Bush
President of the United States of America
The White House
Washington, D.C. 20500

Dear Mr. President:

We, like all Americans, kneel in prayer and remembrance for the tragedy and violence that obliterated the lives of so many people one year ago. As American religious leaders, we have sought during this year to listen, to learn, and to grow in our faith and compassion both for persons in our congregations and also for those many outside of our churches. We applaud your leadership in bringing peoples of disparate faiths together to worship, to mourn, and to move on boldly with our lives – in a more caring fashion and with appreciation for the precious gifts of God given to all humankind. Today, however, we write out of concern that those same precious gifts may be damaged by actions being contemplated by our nation.

We, leaders of American churches and church-related organizations, are alarmed by recent statements by yourself and others in the Administration about pre-emptive military action against Iraq for the expressed purpose of toppling the regime of Saddam Hussein. Understanding that Mr. Hussein poses a threat to his neighbors and to his own people, we nevertheless believe it is wrong, as well as detrimental to U.S. interests, to take such action.

We oppose on moral grounds the United States taking further military action against Iraq now. The Iraqi people have already suffered enough through more than two decades of war and severe economic sanctions. Military action against the government of Saddam Hussein and its aftermath could result in a large number of civilians being killed or wounded, as well as increasing the suffering of multitudes of innocent people.

It is detrimental to U.S. interests to take unilateral military action when there continues to be strong multilateral support for a new weapons inspection regime and when most governments in Europe and the Middle East resist supporting military action. It is important for the U.S. to cooperate with international efforts to control Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction, if possible, through a regional weapons-of-mass-destruction control initiative.

The pre-emptive use of military force by the United States to deal with proliferation problems, as serious as they may be, establishes a dangerous precedent, particularly for other nations that feel threatened by the weapons capabilities of their neighbors. Furthermore, unilaterally overthrowing enemy governments heightens concern in other countries about American respect for their integrity as nations, as well as for international law.

U.S. military action at this time has great potential to further destabilize the region. It is likely that international support for the war on terrorism will erode if the United States attacks Iraq without a United Nations mandate. Militants in Arab and Islamic majority countries would seize the opportunity to incite people against not only the United States but also against governments that cooperate with the U.S. An invasion of, or intensified military action against, Iraq will divert attention from the need to seek ways to reduce international terrorism and will retard efforts to restore stability in Afghanistan.

Rather than attacking Iraq, we urge that your priority in the Middle East be an Israeli-Palestinian ceasefire and peace settlement. As do many in the world, we look to the United States government to set an example for the international community. As Christian religious leaders responsible for millions of U.S. citizens we expect our government to reflect the morals and values we hold dear – pursuing peace, not war; working with the community of nations, not overthrowing governments by force; respecting international law and treaties while holding in high regard all human life.


Rev. Dr. Robert Edgar
General Secretary
National Council of Churches USA

Rev. Fahed Abu-Akel
Moderator, 214th General Assembly
Presbyterian Church (USA)

Marilyn Borst
Executive Director
Evangelicals for Middle East Understanding

Rev. Dennis Cleary, MM
U.S. Regional Superior
Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers

Rev. Canice Connors, OFM.Conv
Provincial, Immaculate Conception Province
Conventual Franciscans
President, Conference of Major Superiors of Men

Rev. John Doctor, OFM
Provincial, Sacred Heart Province

Fr. John Felice, OFM
Provincial Holy Name Province

Rev. Michael Guimon, OSM
Order of Servites

Bishop Marshall Gilmore
Presiding Bishop of Eighth District (Dallas)
Christian Methodist Episcopal Church

Wesley Granberg-Michaelson
General Secretary
Reformed Church in America

The Most Rev. Frank T. Griswold
Presiding Bishop and Primate
The Episcopal Church, USA

The Rev. Dr. Richard L. Hamm
General Minister and President of the
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
in the United States and Canada

The Rev. Mark S. Hanson
Presiding Bishop
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

Stan Hastey
Executive Director
Alliance of Baptists

Rev. Michael Higgins, CP
Provincial, Western Province

Elenie K. Huszagh, Esq.
National Council of Churches USA

Thomas H. Jeavons
General Secretary
Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the
Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)

Archbishop Mor Cyril Aphrem Karim
Archdiocese of the Syrian Orthodox Church
of Antioch for the Eastern USA

Rev. Ted Keating, SM
Executive Director
Conference of Major Superiors of Men

Rev. Clifton Kirkpatrick
Stated Clerk of the General Assembly
Presbyterian Church (USA)

Rev. Michael E. Livingston
Executive Director
International Council of Community Churches

Ronald J.R. Mathies
Executive Director
Mennonite Central Committee

Canon Patrick Mauney
Chairman, Board of Directors
Church World Service

Rev. John L. McCullough
Executive Director
Church World Service

Mary Ellen McNish
General Secretary
American Friends Service Committee

Rev. Mark Miller, CPPS
Society of the Precious Blood

Joseph Nangle, OFM
Co-Director, Franciscan Mission Service
Franciscan Brothers and Fathers

Jose Ortiz
Executive Director
Mennonite Central Committee U.S.

Lindsay Penn-Matheson
President of the Board of Directors
Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America

Sr. Constance Phelps, SCL
Vice President
Leadership Conference of Women Religious

The Most Rev. Metropolitan PHILIP
Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America

Sr. Kathleen Pruitt, CSJP
Past President
Leadership Conference of Women Religious

Rev. Judy Mill Reimer
General Secretary
Church of the Brethren General Board

Leonard Rodgers
Venture International

Rev. Dr. Roy Sano
Bishop (Retired)
United Methodist Church

James F. Schrag
Executive Director
Executive Board, Mennonite Church USA

Dr. William J. Shaw
National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc.

Sr. Carol Shinnick, SSND
Executive Director
Leadership Conference of Women Religious

Ronald J. Sider
Evangelicals for Social Action

Rev. William Sinkford
Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations

John Thomas
General Minister and President
United Church of Christ

Kathy Thornton, RSM
National Coordinator
A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby

Lydia Veliko
Ecumenical Officer
United Church of Christ

Joe Volk
Executive Secretary
Friends Committee on National

Rev. Austin Walsh, ST
General Custodian
Missionary Servants of the Holy Trinity

Dr. Robert K. Welsh
President, Council on Christian Unity
Ecumenical Officer
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the US and Canada

Corinne Whitlatch
Churches for Middle East Peace

The Rev. David L. Wickmann

Moravian Church, Northern Province

Jim Winkler
General Secretary
General Board of Church and Society
United Methodist Church

Rev. Ronald Witherup, SS
Provincial, Sulpicians
Conference of Major Superiors of Men

Sr. Mary Ann Zollman, BVM
Leadership Conference of Women Religious

Saturday, November 05, 2005

Outrageous Racist Double Standard

A Ku Klux Klan member was sentenced to a mere 14 years in prison yesterday in Chattanooga, for making and selling pipe bombs to be used against Haitian and Mexicam immigrants.

During his sentencing, the judge said, "The court is not going to take into account at all your involvement with the Ku Klux Klan. That is your right."

Excuse me, but why does this legal system seem to treat Muslim terrorist groups like animals, but white boy terrorist groups as a "right"?

Disgusting. Outrageous. Racist.

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

George Bush is Anti-American

There, I said it. Even though It's as plain as the nose on the Statue of Liberty's face.

By not firing Karl Rove, by cutting taxes during a war, resulting in more than half of our country's treasury bonds being sold to China! for God's sakes!, by working for corporate and Saudi interests rather than for individual American interests, he has taken this country to hell.

George Bush has done more damage to this country than Kim Jong Il, Iran, Osama Bin Laden, and Saddam Hussein could have done combined.

By not firing Karl Rove and Scooter Libby (earlier), George Bush shat on America. He spit in our face.

Our ambassadors throughout the world, and other Americans who work across the globe to protect us from GENUINE threats, have been harmed by Karl Rove and Scooter Libby and the Bush-Administration's conspiracy to exact revenge on anyone who exposed their lies to go to war in Iraq by leaking the name of a covert CIA operative to the press.


But this time, it was employees of the Bush Administration that did it.

Now wives of Ambassadors are being followed by others, their lives are in danger, for what? Karl Rove's manipulation games.

George Bush, Karl Rove, Dick Cheney, Scooter Libby, ALL OF YOU ARE ANTI-AMERICAN ASSHOLES AND YOU CAN ALL GET FUCKED! That goes for all these Republicans who support them.
All of you can go to hell and kiss my hot-blooded American ass!