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Wednesday, April 21, 2004

Other than assassination, all we can do is censure her

The New Mexico Republican Central Committee chairman, Richard Gibbs, following a vote to censure the Sandoval County clerk and fellow Republican, Victoria Dunlap, who issued marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Say, fuckface, there's a bridge across the Euphrates missing a charred ornament. Don't you have some food to deliver to tropps in Fallujah?

No. Look, we understand that there are some domestic issues involved here. And we respect King Adbullah's decision to postpone it, postpone the meeting for a couple weeks. And we look -- the President looks forward to meeting with him the first week of May.

Press Secretary, Scott McClellan, Aboard Air Force One En route Buffalo, New York, upon being asked if President Bush feels snubbed by Jordan King Adbullah's decision to postpone a meeting with him, following his unprecedented support of Ariel Sharon's Middle East policy that differed from his original "roadmap" and excluded Palestinians. Aside from the question being stupidly phrased, the reality is that regardless of whether President Bush feels it or not, he was snubbed. Tough shit Tootsie.

Tuesday, April 20, 2004

Why shouldn't we ask all of our citizens to bear some
responsibility and pay some price?...our citizens to understand the intensity
and depth of challenges we face.

Republican Senator, Chuck Hagel, to a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on post-occupation Iraq. Maybe because "your" citizens hold the idiots they elected accountable for nothing short of a colossal fuck up in planning, strategy and management. Tell you what, fuckface. Go drive a convoy in Fallujah. That's the price you ought to pay for your part in greenlighting this war.

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