Monday, November 21, 2005

Dick Made Easier! (Do you like playing with your Yahoo?)

[Ed note: And these Yahoo's are from California, I guess that's why they always try to slip-up before getting smacked-down, and they're not as bad as many, many, many, many, many, many, many, others we know and fear...]

Yahoo! News

Cheney Lashes Out at Bush's Iraq Critics

26 minutes ago

WASHINGTON - Vice President Dick Cheney charged Monday that some Senate Democrats were "dishonest and reprehensible" for suggesting that President Bush lied to the nation about going to war in Iraq and said he strongly disagrees with a battle-tested congressman who advocates a pullout.

Cheney backed away from earlier administration characterizations of Rep. John Murtha (news, bio, voting record), D-Pa., as a coward and instead clled him "a good man, a Marine, a patriot."

Murtha, the top Democrat on the House Appropriations defense subcommittee, roiled the nation's capital last week when he proposed that all of the almost 160,000 U.S. forces in Iraq be withdrawn over six months. Murtha has been one of the biggest
Pentagon boosters in Washington.

Republicans called Murtha's position one of abandonment and surrender and suggested that the decorated Marine Corps veteran of the Vietnam War and like-minded politicians were acting cowardly.




Yahoo! News

Cheney: Some Iraq Critics Are 'Dishonest'

By DOUGLASS K. DANIEL 49 minutes ago

WASHINGTON - Vice President Dick Cheney on Monday said he strongly disagrees with a battle-tested congressman who advocates quickly pulling all U.S. troops from Iraq, calling such a proposal "a dangerous illusion."

But Cheney stopped short of joining those Republicans who have questioned the patriotism and courage of Rep. John Murtha (news, bio, voting record), D-Pa., calling him "a good man, a Marine, a patriot." Cheney's subdued comments about Murtha followed those of President Bush and Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld.

At the same time, Cheney pressed the administration's high-voltage attack on war critics, particularly Senate Democrats who voted in October 2002 to give Bush authority to go to war in Iraq and who now oppose his policy, calling them "dishonest and reprehensible."

"The flaws in the intelligence are plain enough in hindsight. But any suggestion that prewar information was distorted, hyped or fabricated by the leader of the nation is utterly false," Cheney said in a speech to the American Enterprise Institute.


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BONUS: Lies, damned lies, and head-lies...

Yahoo! News

GM to Cut 30,000 Jobs, Close 9 Plants

By DEE-ANN DURBIN, AP Auto Writer 8 minutes ago

DETROIT - General Motors Corp. will eliminate 30,000 jobs and close nine North American assembly, stamping and powertrain plants by 2008 as part of an effort to get production in line with demand and position the world's biggest automaker to start making money again after absorbing nearly $4 billion in losses so far this year.

[Ed: They're just trying to destroy the American economy in order to institute martial law and a police state and then take over the world. No worries, please carry on...]


Yahoo! News

U.N.: HIV Epidemic Continues to Spread

By EMMA ROSS, AP Medical Writer Mon Nov 21, 6:47 AM ET

LONDON - The global HIV epidemic continues to expand, with more than 40 million people now estimated to have the AIDS virus, but in some countries prevention efforts are finally starting to pay off, the United Nations says.

[Ed: Don't we have a fundraised every day for this? How come 25% of Africa has AIDS 25 years after LiveAID? How come many of them have never had sex nor parents who've had AIDS? Is it in the vaccines? Must be... bastards. And the same people who promise to fix it never do but always say they're close... bastards.]

BONUS: Back From The Dead...

"Straight out the casket, rising up
Open up your eyes, can’t you see me
What the fuck is this madness
Pick up my bones
Erase my name from off the tombstones
Alive and kicking
Breathin’ the air
Call out my name punk
And I’ll be there
No question
My suggestion to the action
Caught smack dab in the middle of the blastin’
Messin with me
You’re messin’ with the best
You’re takin’ two shots to the chest...

’cause I’m back from the dead
Everlast’s comin’ back from the dead [Back from the dead!]
You know I’m back from the dead
And I’ll put a friggin’ hole in your head
Back from the dead
Back from the dead..."

- House of Pain, "Back From The Dead"

Al-Zarqawi believed dead, says Iraqi foreign minister

IOL | November 21, 2005

Al-Qaida in Iraq chief Abu Musab al-Zarqawi is believed to have been killed in a military operation in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, Iraq’s foreign minister said today.

Hoshyar Zebari told the official Petra news agency during a visit to Moscow that Iraqi authorities were testing DNA samples from several corpses of insurgents killed in a weekend gunfight in Mosul.

“American and Iraqi forces are investigating the possibility that Abu Musab al-Zarqawi’s corpse is among the bodies of some terrorists who died in the special military operation in Mosul,” he said.

State television carried the urgent news in a scrolling newsbar at the bottom of the screen during regular programming, suggesting that Jordanian officials likely believe the report.

No other details were immediately available.

Earlier today, the White House had said it was “highly unlikely” that al-Zarqawi was among the dead.


BONUS: Here Is Something You Can't Understand...


Poet in the streets, niggas livin' on the edge
We take it to the darkside, gettin' in your head
While you haunt us like a Fed, we twist you like a dreadlock
Has I got to hammer talkin bitches in the bed?
While you fuckin' with the Soul Assassins in the dark town
And all my Latin dog-niggas get to hold it down
Now your violatin' 'cos you haters know i'm waitin'
In the silver stack in the parkin' lot
With the handle cocked...

[Hook 2 - Kurupt {Sen Dog} (repeat 2x)]

Here is something, that I think you just can't understand
{How I could just kill a man!}
And you wonder why and how it is I could just kill a man
{How I could just kill a man!}
You see, in these streets I pack my heat cuz should it be for real
{How I could just kill a man!}
And if you think you wanna come and test me, then come deal with my steel
{How I could just kill a man!}

[Outro - Kurupt]

You just don't understand
How I could just, kill a man (yeah)
La la la la, la la la la-la..."

- Cypress Hill, "How I Could Just Kill A Man"

Mexican troops attack United States | November 21, 2005


Texas Civil Rights Review attacks Alex Jones, defends Plan of San Diego

US shuts Mexican border consulate

Arizona governor decares state of emergency along Mexican border

Men who shot Border Patrol agents wore black military-style garb

US-trained Mexican commandos pose threat to authorities

Mexican commandos seek control of border

Violence against Border Patrol increases

Armed Mexican Troops on US Soil

In what can only be called a military attack, Mexican troops brandishing weapons stole contraband worth millions of dollars while holding Border Patrol agents at gunpoint.

The media spins the story as if it were a standoff. A standoff would have been if no one got the dump truck or the drugs. There have now been over 800 killed in the South Texas border zone in the last year. Car bombs in Dallas, machine-gunning deaths on a daily basis, the US Mission has been shut down in Neuvo Laredo because of persistent rocket-propelled grenade attacks.

Months ago, we wrote an article covering the undeclared border war. At that time, only six hundred had died. The State Department has issued three travel advisories warning not to go into areas of South Texas and Mexico, saying that it is more dangerous than the West Bank of Israel.

But still, there is a national news blackout on this developing story. On a weekly basis, US citizens are kidnapped, and Mexican troops shoot and kill Border Patrol agents, Forestry Service workers and Sheriff's Deputies.

In Arizona, what can only be called the Plan of San Diego has been implemented, and some nights, as many as a dozen homes are burned to the ground.

Armed standoff on Rio Grande

Uniformed Mexicans with guns, bulldozer seize drug-bust truck from Border Patrol

WorldNetDaily | November 20, 2005

U.S. Border Patrol agents were backed down this week by armed men, dressed in what appeared to be Mexican military uniforms and carrying military weapons, who seized a captured dump truck filled with marijuana from the U.S. agents and dragged it across the border into Mexico with a bulldozer.

The border incident occurred Thursday evening when Border Patrol agents attempted to pull over a dump truck on Interstate 10 in Hudspeth County, Texas. The driver fled from the agents, exiting the freeway and driving toward the Rio Grande which runs within 2 miles of the interstate in this portion of West Texas.

The driver abandoned the truck after it became stuck in the river bed, escaping into Mexico.

Agents called for reinforcement from the Texas state troopers and Hudspeth County sheriff and began unloading the haul – estimated to have been nearly 3 tons – when everything changed.

Officers "started to retrieve the bundles when the armed subjects appeared," said Agent Ramiro Cordero, Border Patrol spokesman.

According to Hudspeth County Chief Deputy Mike Doyal, the dump truck driver returned with armed men, some of whom drove "official looking vehicles with overhead lights." Some of those armed, Doyal told the El Paso Times, appeared to be Mexican soldiers in uniform with military weapons.

"It's a very serious incident," Doyal said. "We are very fortunate ... no one got hurt. Everyone had the presence of mind not to cause an international incident, or start shooting."

As WorldNetDaily has reported, there are widespread reports of U.S.-trained Mexican commandos, called the Zetas, making cross-border runs into U.S. territory in military-style vehicles, armed with automatic weapons.

The Zetas were trained as elite commandos by U.S. forces to combat the drug cartels, but they have switched sides and are working for the drug smugglers in the border area posing a special hazard to American law enforcement and Border Patrol agents, according to a U.S. Justice Department memo. Under the control of reputed drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, the Zetas are conducting a bloody war for control of the entire southern border in an effort to secure a monopoly on drug-smuggling and people-smuggling routes.

As both sides faced off, a bulldozer appeared from the Mexico side of the river and was used by the armed men to pull the dump truck – and the two-thirds of the marijuana that had not yet been unloaded – into Mexico. The bulldozer, Doyal said, is believed to be used regularly to make makeshift crossings over the Rio Grande.

The "armed encounter with drug smugglers," as Cordero described it, is under investigation. No confirmation was made as to whether or not the "soldiers" belonged to the Mexican military.



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