The oddities of the law

The U.S. 8th Circuit Court of Appeals has reversed a determination that South Dakota’s abortion statutes are unconstitutional. The reason? Hospitals are not available to perform abortions. Since the 8th Circuit is basically saying none of the state’s 66 hospitals will perform abortions, it would seem to present a strong argument why clinics that perform […]

The guy can’t live without lying

Bush to reporters Thursday:

This administration never said that the 9/11 attacks were orchestrated between Saddam and al Qaeda.

Bush’s March 18, 2003, letter to Congress on why we went to war against Iraq:

I have also determined that the use of armed force against Iraq is consistent with the United States and other countries […]

Talking his way to indictment

This week’s race for biggest liar in the Bush administration is a tough one, what with both Bush and Cheney repeating their misleading statements about Iraq and al-Queda. But I think Rumsfeld jumped into the lead yesterday with a statement that gives more reason for arguing he should be indicted.

Rumsfeld at a DoD press […]

Draft Bruce

Too much news (Bush and Cheney live to lie and Rummy gives us yet another reason he should be indicted), too much work and too little time. This, though requires a post. Sign the petition to draft Bruce Springsteen to do a a “Concert for Change” during the GOP convention. (Via TalkLeft).


ABCs for our time

Because he tends to post as sporadically as me, I’m a week behind on this. Steve Perry rings the bell with “A Child’s ABCs of Terrorism.”