Like so many of the dubious claims of foiled terrorist plots, last week's announcement that the Bush Administration's Keystone Kops Department of Homeland Security had uncovered and blocked a plan to blow up New York's JFK Airport reeked to high heaven.
The increased national scrutiny that comes with a Presidential bid has awakened the many skeletons crammed into Hillary Clinton's political closet.
Now they climb over each other in frantic attempts to get out and add to the many questions and issues that threaten her front-running Presidential campaign.
President George W. Bush's paranoid megalomania is so rampant that close friends and supporters worry about the man's sanity and fear he has lost his tenuous grip on reality.
Bush, whose arrogant stubbornness knows no bounds, is so wrapped up in his obsession with being President and "commander-in-chief" that his behavior shocks his most ardent supporters.
As a nation we have a long tradition of screwing things up. It might be our sordid use of slaves, the outright theft of land from Native Americans, internment of Japanese-Americans in World War II or knee-jerk passage of the USA Patriot Act and the imprisonment of who knows how many Americans in the aftermath of 9/11. Each is a dark moment in our history.
He snapped awake at 0500, a full 30 minutes before the alarm was set to go off.Read More
For more than 30 years, he had been waking up at 5 a.m. It didn't matter which time zone he was in or even if it was daylight savings time. When the big hand was on the 12 and the little one on the five, he was awake.
That whirring sound you hear is the Democratic leadership of Congress in full spin cycle, spinning one tall tale after another in a vain attempt to rationalize the ass-kicking they got from President George W. Bush.Read More
Voters last November gave Democrats the keys to the kingdom of Washington because they wanted American soldiers out of George W. Bush's failed war in Iraq.Read More
Instead, the Dems bent over, grabbed their ankles, let Dubya screw them into submission, and all they did to resist was scream "please sir, may I have some more?"
Newt Gingrich is back and as rabid as ever, lobbing verbal bombs at anyone who disagrees with his narrow, right-wing view of the world.
Paul Wolfowitz's overdue and well-deserved demise as President of the World Bank means yet another morally-flawed appointee of President George W. Bush bites the dust.
Another one down. Too many more still to go.
On too many days, I look over too many comments that appear on too many stories on this web site and just shake my head.Read More
Where, I wonder, do some of these people come from and who puts some of these incredible notions into their heads?