Monday, April 30, 2007
Thursday, April 19, 2007
This Was An Anti-Iraq War Ralley In Union Square - Saturday Morning - Downtown San Francisco - January 27, 2007
Posted by Pete Newcome at 9:17 PM
BEACH IMPEACH PROJECT @ OCEAN BEACH, CA
SATURDAY - JANUARY 6, 2007 -
1,000 PEOPLE LIED DOWN IN THE SAND - SPELLED OUT THE WORD -
Posted by Pete Newcome at 1:19 PM
Friday, April 13, 2007
Posted by Pete Newcome at 5:09 PM
Yo, Senate Judiciary Man [Pat Leahy] ---
I just done lost 5 million e-mails sent over the last, oh, say, 4 or 5 years.
Just don't know how that happened, honest!
It's that damn "control-save" hot button, I guess.
We're doing our best to recover all these e-mails, but it may take some time, like about 20 years. In the meantime, have your people call my people, blah, blah, blah, blah..........
Karl Rove is an absolute Hammer Jack! The pudgy one couldn't hit the "delete" button FAST ENOUGH. Using an alternate server system is illegal to begin with while working outside of the official White House e-mail system. But to go one step beyond and manually [and friends, make no mistake about it, we do mean MANUAL] delete millions of e-mails should sound the Red Alert to surround the White House on April 28 and put all of its inhabitants under House Arrest.
After this is all over Bush will be just like Saddam Hussein, scrambling to find a "spider hole" to disappear into. The level of mendacity has reached new historical highs unequalled in the earth's history. It's time for the paddy wagons to pull up to the service entrance at the White House and just haul the entire Administration away.
Nancy Pelosi, dust off your favorite bible, time to get sworn in as the 44th POTUS.
The views expressed here are not necessarily the views of this station but are entirely the responsibility of the aforementioned author, blah, blah, blah, ........
[PLEASE NOTE: FROM SATURDAY - APRIL 14, 2007 - NETSCAPE NEWS HEADLINES: White House spokeswoman Dana Perino says 5 million official e-mail messages may be missing. "I wouldn't rule out that there were a potential 5 million e-mails lost," Perino told reporters.]
Posted by Pete Newcome at 3:46 PM