Monday, September 18, 2006



Wanted to do a quick and dirty TOP FIVE WORST PEOPLE candidates for this week since I haven't touched on the weekend's candidates yets. No particular order for them as I just wanted to get them all down in one place. Away we go!

Michelle Malkin apparently sees no problem that a photojournalist has been held for the past five months by the U.S. military without any charges being brought. See, since he got some good pics of the insurgency, then that means that he must be one of them. Due process? We don't need no stinking due process!

Donald Rumsfeld came up with a new reason why it's good that we invaded Iraq - because if we didn't, then gas prices would be really high. Yes, he said that if we hadn't invaded Iraq, then gas prices would be really high. I have nothing further to add.

Stephen Hadley get the nod from me for being on the absolute wrong side of the torture "debate" and then going on television and telling us how we're wrong. The United States according the Bush - In Torture We Trust. That'll look good on a coin.

George W. Bush is again looking at the number one slot coming this Friday. He's had a busy week, first busting his ass trying to sell to the American people that torture is a good thing. Of course, the fact that we even have to debate something like this really illustrates how far our country has fallen under this man's "leadership". He also made a comment about how it's an urban myth that he's taken his eye of the ball when it comes to capturing Osama. Sir, you're the one who has an on-again/off-again relationship with the guy who killed 3000 people on 9/11. The American people have never wavered; that's all you.

Michael Savage believes that the Congress is a nastier and meaner place because women are serving now. Except that women have been serving in Congress since 1917 when Jeanette Rankin was elected as the member of the House of Representatives for the state of Montana. Pick up a history book, you sick caveman!

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