July 30 2003
Washington Post - 7-30-03
THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION'S refusal to declassify a 28-page section of the congressional 9/11 report dealing with Saudi Arabia has touched off a round of allegations -- most notably, that the secrecy protects Saudi sensibilities, not American security. The charges are not coming only from Democrats keen to criticize the administration. "My judgment is 95 percent of that information could be declassified," said Sen. Richard C. Shelby (R-Ala.)...
- Niagarafallsreporter.com 7-30-03
"There seems to be a
systematic strategy of coddling and cover-up when it comes to the Saudis."
-- Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y.
The Kingness of Mad George
...Imagine also that 28 key pages in that report related to Saudi Arabia were blacked out. Mr. Bush's people apparently thought that redaction was the better part of valor, considering that the bin Laden and Bush families and the Saudi Oil Princes all go back so profitably for decades. The Presidency is temporary, but big oil money is eternal...
The secrecy of this White House is never ending. It goes beyond the 9-11 report. W still won't release the Reagan presidential papers. My bet is that there is plenty in there about the Saudi Arabia ties to the republican White Houses.
ALL HAT NO CATTLE
DIRTY LAUNDRY DONE DIRT CHEAP
Casino Pam of the
Sands Oasis Resort
"My name is ZeldaM and I am an
The Dangers of Nose Picking
Click here to see who else practices this dangerous habit
Sent in by Bobby
War Criminal and now Environmental Destroyer
Bush, the rainforest and a gas pipeline to enrich his friends
President George Bush is seeking funds for a controversial project to
drive gas pipelines from pristine rainforests in the Peruvian Amazon to the
By George McEvoy, Palm Beach Post Columnist
I wouldn't presume to edit the Ten Commandments, but sometimes I wish there were an 11th, reading: "Thou shalt not mix religion with politics."
For instance, there's Roy Moore, who is chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. He is seeking to bring his fight for his religious views -- symbolized by a 5,300-pound chunk of Vermont granite -- all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court...
This is an aerial view showing a Palestinian village inside the West Bank, surrounded partly by a fence Israel is building. The first 245 kilometer (150 mile) barrier is actually cutting off thousands of Palestinians from their land and jobs on the other side of the fence. Palestinians accuse Israel of using the fence, which is built largely on thousands of acres of seized Palestinian farm land, to annex territory in the absence of a final peace agreement.
Jewish Settlements Lead Israeli Growth
JERUSALEM (AP)- The population in Jewish settlements
in the West Bank - a major focus of contention between Israelis and
Palestinians - grew three times as fast last year as in Israel as a whole,
the Central Bureau of Statistics said Tuesday...
Thanks to Editerette for the link
SUBJECT: Email from yesterdays issue
I had to send that jackass from Motorola a
note...thought I would share it with you so I am pasting it in here...
hi girls hilarious.... you have my permission to
publish my email
saw your email at all hat and no cattle website. I would like to know more about liberal/democrat/nazi connection. that sure seems a distortion of reality that has not even tiny bit of basis. some would call it psychotic.
It was on a talk
radio show. I don't have any specifics as it was several weeks ago but many
of the correlations between liberal Democrats (especially the Clintons),
what they said in speeches and things that they stood for were represented
and compared to the Nazi party and were strikingly similar.
I received several emails from Motorola employee Will Rosensteel yesterday, they are posted below - Lisa
I would appreciate it
if you would remove my email address from the post that you so nicely pasted
on your website. Had I known you were going to show it to the world with my
return email address I would not have even bothered. I cannot be taking or
fielding email messages while I'm at work. And yes, in answer to your
question, Motorola does allow me to view these sites as long as it is on my
break and I'm not viewing anything inappropriate.
Dear Motorola employee,
BTW - I'm a registered Libertarian and you never said you were going to post it to the world. If you want to leave the email up - fine, do so, but please remove the reference to my work email.
Whatever is sent to me or any
other website belongs to the receiver.
Maybe so, but I don't
think you have a right to post my email message without my prior knowledge.
I'm not going to get into this with you as I am now basically defenseless
because I made the mistake of using company email. I'm asking you to please
remove my email address from your site. You can keep the post all you want.
I work for the I.T. dept here, I can easily have my email changed by our
admin if you are unwilling to do this. And no, I will not tune in tomorrow
or any further from this point.
I didn't bother answering the last email from Will at Motorola. Will seems to think that an email he sends to me is his private property.
All I can further say about Will is that he seems to be masochistic. He keeps writing me and others using his computer at work. Anyone know the price of Motorola stock? If he has the time to answer all these emails, I might consider working for Motorola and then I could publish my website while at work.
I received many more emails about Will at Motorola but only posted a sampling . I bet he got his email changed today.
The planet Jupiter and four of it's moons. Will is being transferred there by Motorola.