A beginner's work in progress.......
Published on September 29, 2005 By dabe In Politics
Because DeLay was indicted with an offense, he had to step down from his leadership position in Congress. What a flinking shame............................................ NOT.




Comments (Page 2)
on Oct 01, 2005
Dabe, please quit trying to replace your patented foul language with kinder, gentler "colorful methaphors". It's making you sound even stupider than you usually sound.


If I sound stupid to you, then I know I'm doing something right. You are no measure of the kind of behavior that a person should follow. On the contrary........................
on Oct 01, 2005
If I sound stupid to you, then I know I'm doing something right.


If it were JUST me, you might have something. On the contrary..........
on Oct 01, 2005
In more than one article I saw youdefending the "rights" of terror suspects, why are you not affording the same rights to DeLay? whatever happened to innocent till PROOVEN guilty?


It's not that I would defend their rights, or side with terrorists. I've posted that torture and mistreatment, no matter who its being perpetrated by and to whom, is inhumane, and is against the Geneva Conventions. That does not mean I like terrorists or hold them to some higher standard. It's insulting that you, or anyone would even think so. But, it is very typical of neocon speak. It's a way of deflecting the issue, spin it away from those "coalition of the willing" who happen to be undertaking such crap.

As for DeLay, of course you're right. Innocent until proven guilty. However, I'm convinced he's guilty as sin, that he is sin incarnate, and frankly, forcing him to step down right now is worth its weight in gold. It's a hit to the dubya administration and the neocon agenda. I look forward to the day that these scumsucking jerks are booted out of government, and government is again returned to people who care, be they republicans or democrats. After all, even repubs are distancing themselves from the extremist and failing agenda of the dubya dummies. But, it seems that the neocon lovers here at JU are somewhat slow on the uptake. I just hope that some day you'll get it. Some day, you'll see how you, and we as a country collectively, have been thoroughly fleeced and screwed by these jerks.

I am hoping for some coutesy between us dabe, we have the chance to show people that 2 people from completely differing backgrounds and politics can have intelligent discourse without mud slinging. ok?


If you were truly interested in courtesy and intelligent discourse, you wouldn't be posting the multitude of ridiculous, mud-slinging hyperbole against liberals. In fact, what I take from this is that it's OK for you to sling, but not me. In other words, I don't see you as being very sincere.
on Oct 01, 2005
However, I'm convinced he's guilty as sin, that he is sin incarnate, and frankly, forcing him to step down right now is worth its weight in gold.

1) What "proof" has convinced you?
2) So the ends "do" justify the means, no matter the morality of those means? Rather anti-liberal point of view, there.

Cheers,
Daiwa
on Oct 01, 2005
no matter the morality of those means? Rather anti-liberal point of view, there.


No, no....it's perfectly liberal. Morality never comes into play for them. No rules but what they make.
on Oct 01, 2005
It's a hit to the dubya administration and the neocon agenda. I look forward to the day that these scumsucking jerks are booted out of government,
----dabe

And this, ladies and gentlemen, is the reason, the only reason, that dabe cares what happens with Tom Delay. If it were a Democrat, she'd be crying foul right now. We all know it...even her.
on Oct 01, 2005
No, no....it's perfectly liberal.

I was referring to liberal rhetoric, as opposed to liberal behavior.

Cheers,
Daiwa
on Oct 05, 2005

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,171336,00.html

Still wont take my bet?

sought to have the original conspiracy charge dismissed Monday by arguing in a court filing that the indictment was based on a law that the Legislature changed law in 2003. The indictment alleges that the illegal acts date to 2002.

DeGuerin accused Earle of "trying to patch up a terrible blunder he made last week for indicting Mr. DeLay for something that wasn't a crime."