As our troops are bogged down and getting killed in Iraq. And as our administration prepares for a war with Iran. Wouldn't it be nice if we actually went after the people who caused 9/11? Instead Bush has handed them a gift for killing all those people.
Because it might increase how long the war goes on. That's what the Bush administration is telling Congress. Isn't it sad that at a time when record numbers of Americans are losing their homes, our President is worried about aiding another country and not our own citizens? That should be considered a crime against the American people.
Or more specifically - their chairman? Raw Story has an exclusive about San Diego GOP's new chairman and how he was heavily involved in pirating software. Besides being totally anti-business (something I would think the GOP would shun), let's not forget what our Attorney General, Michael Mukasey said earlier this month:
Criminal syndicates, and in some cases even terrorist groups, view IP crime as a lucrative business, and see it as a low-risk way to fund other activities.
Sounds like the DOJ should open an investigation.
And you have now been thrown under it:
Barack Obama angrily denounced his former pastor for "divisive and destructive" remarks on race, seeking to divorce himself from the incendiary speaker and a fury that threatens to engulf his front-running Democratic presidential campaign.
Actually it is more like Obama was driving the bus. I hope one strong message comes out of all this mess - religion and politics do not mix. I bet if we examined sermons given by preachers of any presidential candidate, we could find some really controversial stuff being said.
Why the thanks? Because of this:
BP PLC, Europe's second biggest oil producer, reported a 63 percent surge in first quarter net profit on Monday after crude oil prices soared to an all-time high and natural gas prices also rose.
Isn't it nice to know your family is starving so the oil companies can get richer?
Isn't it also nice to know that two of the presidential candidates answer to this isn't taking on the oil companies, but rather cutting the gas tax?
Yeah that is such a pesky tax that pays for needless things like repairing roads and bridges. It also employees those useless construction workers. They don't need those jobs, when Wal-Mart is hiring!
"A government by the people, for the people" - what a fantasy!
He is taking questions from the National Press Club and is kicking ass on the answers. This guy is really good at it and not giving the media what they want - another controversial sound bite.