Sunday, June 26, 2005

Guess What, Rover?

You and your minions' policies have killed more than half as many Americans as Osama and his Saudi accomplices did on 9/11.

Only 1300 or so more to go!

7 comments:

The Voice said...

Saw you in G's Library Bitch - I love your irreverence!
J

Alicia said...

Thanks, J -

You have a great blog,and I'll be adding it to my ilnks.

While I know what you mean by 'irreverent', I think of myself as very reverent; but to my own ideals and conscience and higher power. I am irreverent to what I see as hypocrisy and hatefulness; I have no reverence for that whatsoever.

Welcome to Hooterville!

halcyon67 said...

Good concise post. The problem is they won't listen. I am waiting for them to blame the Iraqi War on Us. It is kinda of us when somone has to use a collective pronoun to describe a group of people. Pretty sad. They blame liberals for everything else, why not the war.

I think that the American People are starting to see the Republicans who they really are and how hokey they really are.

There was this one film, of Tom DeLay reading Krispy Kreme Karl's comments, he was sounded like he was drunk!

wanda said...

My post today is on Rove's comments. Can I tell you how it pisses me off that no one but bloggers are calling this guy out on his out right lies and deceit? Where the hell is that liberal press I keep hearing FAUX news jockeys yap about?

Alicia said...

I'm right there with you. This is the biggest threat to our democracy, and no one seems to get that. The 'liberal media' has learned its lesson from Dan and Newsweek and Helen and Bill. Suckups only need apply.

Alicia said...

Samantha - girl, I am so glad to hear from you. Thank God there are some young liberals out there who are smart, thoughtful and active like you are - and with a great writing voice, also!

And, yes, I think Tommi is drunk - drunk with power. 24/7. He has truly 'been sent to us to elevate the visibility of what's going on in America'.

Just hearing from you today has given me some hope.

oldwhitelady said...

Well said. I was commenting on someone's blog that, sadly, we needed less than 300 to hit the big number of 2000. I like the way you put it, though!