Progressive Minds

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2006/3/16

Limbaugh Pontificates on Whether Clinton Killed Milosevic

@ 11:55 PM (98 months, 17 days ago)

Too much Oxycontin again, Rush?  This is your brain!  And this is your brain on Oxycontin!

"What is interesting about this, and I'm not drawing any conclusions, and I'm not even making any connections. I'm not dot-connecting or anything else. But it has been reported that Slobo was considering calling Bill Clinton as a witness. He hadn't made the formal request but was considering it. And now, Slobo is no more."

-Rush Limbaugh 

http://mediamatters.org/items/200603140010

Meet Antonin Scalia, Fan of Orgies

@ 11:48 PM (98 months, 17 days ago)

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, speaking about the fact that the Supreme Court he sits on, overturned a state anti-sodomy law:

"Sexual orgies eliminate tension and ought to be encouraged."

(Where are Pat Robertson, Tony Perkins, James Dobson, et al when you really need them?)

Scalia Rails Against the 'Judge-Moralist'

 

 

Tony Blair Says He'd Take Part in Illegal War All Over Again

@ 11:07 PM (98 months, 17 days ago)

Regarding the immoral, illegal invasion of Iraq, Tony Blair, British Prime Minister (and most importantly Bush's lapdog) says that he would "do it all again."

I guess by "do it all again" he means he would participate in a war where the facts were fixed around the policy?

I guess he means he would have another conversation with George W. Bush, during which Bush discussed the possibility of entrapping Sadaam by flying U2 reconnaissance planes over Iraq, and paint them in the colors of the  United Nations?  So that way if Saddam fired at them, he would be in violation of U.N. resolutions?

Ok Tony, so you say you would break the law all over again?

Have at it, buddy!  Just remember, there's now an empty cell at the Hague.  Perhaps you and Idiot Son would like to share that cell?

Blair on Iraq: 'I'd do it all again'