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May 11, 2004

Those damned humanitarian do-gooders

This is the kind of guy who probably actually likes George Bush.

Unfortunately, I guess there are enough people in Oklahoma who share James Inhofe's points of view that the man is in office.

A day for outrage, it seems to be. And a day for being that much more ashamed of being an American. I think that will be the strongest legacy the Bush administration leaves this country--that of making us the worst of the bad guys in the world.

Posted by paulette at May 11, 2004 03:14 PM | TrackBack
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Add to this attitude the estimate that as many as 90% of Iraqis detained are detained by mistake. This is apparently system-wide, not just Abu Ghraib, but one could expect that a similar level of care was taken in the selection of prisoners there.

Posted by: Gary on May 11, 2004 03:40 PM

I saw that pseudo-Senatorial waste of carbon on TV this morning as I was getting ready. I am sure Meg and David wondered from the guest room whom exactly I was screaming at. Remember, this is the same guy who said that the 1994 election that swept him and a bunch of other trash into office was about "God, Gays, and Guns." He can be "more outraged about the outrage" all he wants--what I want is to see him, Frist, and a few other Stupid White Men in a naked human pyramid with some woman pointing out their shrivelled, wrinkly, tiny private parts.

Posted by: jay on May 11, 2004 03:59 PM

Damn it Jay! You guessed our wedding present--a picture of Inhofe, Frist, and a few other Stupid White Men in a naked human pyramid with some woman pointing out their shrivelled, wrinkly, tiny private parts!

Posted by: Marti on May 12, 2004 08:01 AM
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