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Friday, June 30th, 2006

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Do you think we’ll ever hear from MWO again?

Friday, June 30th, 2006

For those of us who’ve been addicted to the liberal web for at least a few years, any reference to the site variously known as Media Whores Online, The Horse or simply MWO is guaranteed to bring a smile to our faces.  If you’re enough of a newbie to have missed Horse, the Wikipedia entry isn’t bad.  But, frankly, no historical description can do the site justice; you had to be there.

At a time when the political left was doing a much less effective job than it is today of countering (or even exposing) the rightward drift of the corporate media (not that there isn’t still a lot of room for improvement), Media Whores Online was there doing a hell of a job at being a royal pain in their sanctimonious asses. 

Horse wasn’t alone, of course; other progressive sites like our own parent BuzzFlash were doing yeoman work in other ways, but working in its own niche, MWO was one of a kind.

Horse went dark in 2004 and so far as I know, the mystery of who exactly was behind it and why it went away remains unsolved, having long since passed into the folklore of the Internet.  (If I’m wrong about this somebody please let me know).

I would have to think that by now there’s little chance MWO will ever come out of retirement; in fact, so much of what made it unique lives on today in other sites that any sequel might seem almost anticlimactic.

But I do have one request to make to you, oh mighty Horse: If you’re still out there somewhere and you happen to read these words, someday, in some way, please check back in again.  If you need to stay under cover that’s fine: Drop a line to someone like Eric Alterman or Joe Conason who can confirm your identity (they may not know your name(s), I don’t know, but surely they had enough contact with you that they can find a way to confirm you’re the true Horse).  Tell us how you’re doing.  If you’re so inclined, rally us on to continue the fight.  Shit, send us a recipe for your mother’s chicken soup, I don’t care.  Just say hi.

So what do you think, denizens of The Last Chance Democracy Café?  Will we ever hear from MWO again?

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Experts to Bush on Iraq: You blew it bozo

Friday, June 30th, 2006

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Thursday, June 29th, 2006

Make no mistake: Judicial recognition of near dictatorial powers on the part of the president — or more accurately, as I’ve noted before, on the part of conservative presidents — failed by less than the width of the “skin” of an amoeba. 

In broadly ruling that George W. Bush acted illegally in creating military tribunals without congressional authority, the Court voted five-to-three; Chief Justice Roberts (who would have been the fourth dissenting vote) didn’t participate because he had been on the appellate court panel that earlier decided the case in Bush’s favor.

If John Paul Stevens, currently 86-years-old, had happened to have died or retired sometime during the preceding five years, thereby enabling Bush to appoint yet another Scalia/Thomas clone in his place, the case would have gone the other way.  Assuming nothing else changed, the decision would have been four-to-four with Roberts not participating.  And under the Supreme Court’s rules, in the case of a tie vote, the ruling of the lower court (which in this case upheld the tribunals) stands.  And while decisions based upon tie votes are not considered to be precedents that control later decisions, sooner or later under this scenario another case involving Bush’s alleged broad presidential powers to fight terrorism would have made its way to the Supreme Court and Roberts would have been free to vote, cementing the result.

It’s incredible, really, how much difference one Supreme Court justice can make.  A little over five years ago a case decided by the vote of just one justice (the Court voting five-to-four) selected the President of the United States.  Today, another case decided (for all intents and purposes) by the vote of just one justice has helped to prevent, at least in part and for a time, the creation a de facto dictatorship by that very same president.

So let me propose a prayer — a prayer for Justice Stevens’ continued good health.

And just in case Justice Stevens himself harbors any doubt about the wisdom of his remaining on the Court at his age, let me introduce him to Judge Wesley E. Brown, a federal district court judge in Wichita, Kansas who is continuing to hear cases at age 99 (and no one practicing law in front of him doubts for a second that he’s still up to the job).

So you see Justice Stevens, you’ve only just begun!

Just which Democrats would that be Sen. Obama?

Thursday, June 29th, 2006

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Wednesday, June 28th, 2006

First read this.  Then read this (per AMERICAblog)  Then with that background in mind watch E.D. Hill’s performance on Fox regarding the treachery of The New York Times.

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Why not just try to create more terrorists?

Wednesday, June 28th, 2006

Israel’s response to the seizure of one soldier is to cut off electricity and water to 1.3 million people living in the Gaza Strip.

The United States’ position so far is that, “Israel has the right to defend itself.”

Meanwhile, the US continues to apply no meaningful pressure on Israel, whose military forces we basically pay for, to change policies that almost guarantee Palestine will continue to be a failed state and a breeding ground for more violence.

Do Republicans ever do any actual work?

Wednesday, June 28th, 2006

Having wasted the better part of the last several weeks playing politics with garbage like the proposed gay marriage and flag desecration constitutional amendments, you might think that the Republicans in Congress would be ready to start doing some actual work for the American people.  You know, trying to find solutions to problems like the quagmire in Iraq, the shaky economy, the national debt crisis, our disastrous trade deficit — real stuff that affects real people.   

But, of course, you’d be wrong.

No, it turns out that if you’re a Republican in Congress, now is the perfect time for yet another media stunt. 

Yeah, that’s the ticket: Screw trying to solve the budget deficit.  Instead, pass an utterly meaningless resolution condemning The New York Times.

Condemn them for what you ask?

Why for reporting on stuff, of course. 

(The Hill) GOP bill targets NY Times

House Republican leaders are expected to introduce a resolution today condemning The New York Times for publishing a story last week that exposed government monitoring of banking records.

The resolution is expected to condemn the leak and publication of classified documents, said one Republican aide with knowledge of the impending legislation.

The resolution comes as Republicans from the president on down condemn media organizations for reporting on the secret government program that tracked financial records overseas through the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT), an international banking cooperative.

We have an administration that’s been flattening the constitution like a steamroller running over a Dixie cup, and how do our majority representatives in Congress respond?  Do they demand answers?  Call the administration to task? 

No, they propose a resolution attacking the press for exposing it.

Then I suppose they get together for an after “work” cocktail, slapping themselves on the back for a job well done.

Rush has made me a bad person

Tuesday, June 27th, 2006

Of all the reasons Rush Limbaugh has given me to hate him, this is probably the worst.  He’s managed to prove that I’m not nearly as fine a person as I’ve always thought I was. 

I just can’t stop laughing at his pain.

It’s just such a perfect storm of humiliation.  Smuggling Viagra?  Jesus, Rush, why not just have a picture taken of yourself with that giant cigar you love so much sticking directly out of your — well, you know what and then mail it directly to The Daily Show  Or maybe dummy up a photo of yourself supposedly leg lifting 2000 pounds.

Surely no public figure has done anything quite this reckless (excluding starting wars) since a certain president (I mostly liked) stained a certain blue dress.

How about it Rush?  Do you remember how much fun (if you can call it that) you had with Clinton over that one? 

Did you really think you’d get away clean with something like this?

There’s a deathly serious side to all this, of course.  It’s called hypocrisy; a concept that somehow seems to keep coming up where right wing blowhards like you are concerned.  You know, like Mr. Morality himself, the always vivacious Bill Bennett, blowing hundreds of thousands of dollars on $500 slot machines.  Or how about that cast of thousands (or so it sometimes seems) of Religious Right leaders who, when it comes to human sexuality, somehow don’t feel the need to practice what they preach?

Really, Rush, how dare you attack the morality and decency of others, while all the while insisting that the same rules don’t apply to you?

But all that notwithstanding, still, as a compassionate person I should feel sympathy for you.  I really should.

But I don’t.

So damn you for that.  Damn you for turning my heart to stone. 

Or was it perhaps something else you were trying to do that to (sorry, couldn’t help myself)?

Postscript: Go here to join in the café’s conversation about Rush and his problems.