Monday, September 12, 2005

"The Crazies": Speaking from Camp Casey, ex-CIA Analyst Ray McGovern breaks down who's in charge of the U.S. Government

"The crazies are in charge,
Livin' large,
Kept the gimps locked-up,
But now they costin' us our cars,

Star Wars is next,
Ya paychecks,
Ya red-necks,
The guillotine's flexed,

Even Bush 41,
Kept 'em 'round,
Just for fun,
Even a rich man's son,
Didn't want World War Won,

Didn't want World War Too,
But Carlyle's, got a smile,
For every inch of sand,
They'll go, the extra mile..."


Courtesy of the good folks at


Alex Jones At Camp Casey, Crawford

Footage from Alex Jones' trip to Crawford where the mother of a man killed in Iraq, Cindy Sheehan, has set up a protest camp demanding a meeting with George Bush, a public spectacle which has drawn nationwide media attention.





BONUS: O’Reilly: I Would Execute Everyone At Gitmo

"Bill, Bill, Bill!
Chill, chill, chill!

Take, the Red, Pill,
If you know the drill,
Got skill,
To be ill,

But, will he ever see?
He will never be?
Than a puppet,
For the Bush,
Crime Family?

And once the Bush-
Crime Family,
All our sanity,
Then O'Reilly and Hannity,
Can choke on their vanity,

'Cause the plan, is to banish the-
Men who have managed the-
And profit massively,
Off planetary calamity,

Brown Shirts'll burn,
'Cause you learned how to earn,
Just keep pointing fingers 'til it's your turn,


O’Reilly: I Would Execute Everyone At Gitmo

Crooks and Liars | August 4 2005

On the Factor last night O'Reilly was in top form. He had on Pierce O'Donnell discussing how the Bush administration is handling the prosecution of prisoners at Gitmo.

The entire mess is playing into the hands of the terrorists, who now use Guantanamo Bay as a recruiting tool. So what would Fox’s Bill O’Reilly do to fix the problem? Kill ‘em all:

O’REILLY: I don’t give them any protection. I don’t feel sorry for them. In fact, I probably would have ordered their execution if I had the power.

FLASHBACK: No leaders of Al Qaeda found at Guantanamo




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