Dear Winston, fifth edition

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6 Responses to “Dear Winston, fifth edition”

  1. RJHall Says:

    Dear Winston,

    Just like last year, Justice Stevens has again written a 5-4 decision for the Supreme Court standing up to Bush, this time on greenhouse gases. Bush has already practically stated that he will comply with the decision only on two conditions: if he decides that the U.S. is “prosperous” enough and that China and India are doing enough. Isn’t that like Andrew Jackson saying “The Court has made its decision, now let it enforce it”? Meanwhile, Justice Stevens was one of three vigorous dissenters when the Court decided not to challenge Bush’s authority to detain at Gitmo without habeas corpus (a right that is explicitly mentioned TWICE in the Constitution).

    Winston, Justice Stevens will turn 87 in a couple weeks. What will happen to the Court when he’s gone? Indeed, what is happening to it now?

    -Exile in Europe

  2. iowametal76 Says:

    Monday night before I fell asleep, I got up out of bedc, walked into the family room and pulled my copy of Vonnegut’s “A Man Without a Country” off the shelf. Don’t know why, really, it just felt… right… to read it a bit before bed. I read a little, smiled at the doodles and musings within, and went to sleep.
    Yesterday I was at work, bored out of my mind and surfing the interwebs. Out of (semingly) random curiosity, I looked up Kurt Vonnegut on Wikipedia to see if there were any good pictures of him, or any of his doodles, etc., as we like to hang up pictures and things of people we admire - Frank Zappa, Molly Ivins, George Carlin, Kurt Cobaon, etc. As the page loaded I thought, “my god, he’s gotta be in his mid-80s… he didn’t die yet, did he?”

    No. Not yet.

    This morning as I made coffee, I heard on NPR that Vonnegut died yesterday.

    Thank you for all that you’ve done, Mr. Vonnegut. While I never met you personally, I consider you my friend. I will miss you. Please tell Molly I said hello.

  3. Larry the Red Says:

    “No, this long ago stopped being a war about who wins in Iraq and became one about who gets the blame for losing it. … Neoconservatives aren’t stalling in order to achieve victory in Iraq, they’re stalling for time. They’re praying that for the price of a little more American blood they can buy just enough time to put off Iraq’s final collapse into anarchy until after their shift is over. Then they can go about the job of spinning the resulting disaster as being the fault, not of them for getting us into this mess, but of war opponents for keeping America from “finishing the job.”

    Amen to that, Winston. As Lily Tomlin once said, no matter how cynical you get, it’s impossible to keep up. More more suffering, more death, just to avoid responsibility and find a way to blame us for this disaster? You can’t get more cynical than that.

    But it may well be too late. With suicide bombers now penetrating the Green Zone and insurgents blowing up bridges, it looks like the final descent into anarchy is already well under way. No wonder Shrub is desperate to find a “czar,” otherwise known as the ultimate fall guy, to oversee and coordinate everything related to the occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan. So much for our strong and determined Commander-in-Chief. Now he wants to outsource that job! Un f***ingbelievable. Too late, dumbass. Not even John McCain would take on that thankless role.

  4. Chuck Says:

    So it goes.

  5. alwayshope Says:

    I posted yesterday but it seems to have gotten lost in cyberspace.
    (or did I say something offensive?)

    I had a wierd day yesterday, anyway. I mowed the yard and then it snowed. My new mown lawn was completely white by late afternoon. I can’t ever remember that happening before.
    I’ve often said “I’d better mow before it rains”, but “Id better mow before it snows” is just wierd.

  6. Larkrise Says:

    Charles Krauthammer is full of crap. He hasnt seen daylight for years due to the unusual anatomical position of his head. He opines in his useless babble of right-wing pap for idiots, that the “Surge” is working!!! Meanwhile, no place in Iraq is safe, inluding the Iraqi Parliament in the heavily fortified Green Zone. Outside of Baghdad, hundreds are dying. Every morning they carry the dead from the streets of Baghdad. Krauthammer must have a very bizarre definition of what works. He and the Bushlites are joined at the hip, with brains the size of split peas. There is not one sane person left in the Bush Administration, nor among his supporters. They are all crazy as bedbugs and corrupt beyond redemption. How many days do these hideous howling Harpies from Hell have left?

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