Monday, May 19, 2008

Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Is Hillary Pure as Ivory Snow?

Have any of her Democratic opponents, including Obama, sought more detailed answers from her about stories such as:

  • Norman Hsu and his bundling of money for her campaign?
  • How "dishwashers, waiters and others" poured "$1,000 and $2,000 contributions into Clinton's campaign treasury?"
  • Bill's trip to Kazakhstan with Canadian magnate, Frank Giustra, that netted Giustra $3 billion and Bill's foundation a $131 million contribution from Giustra?
  • How powerful foreign donors to Bill's presidential library, such as the Saudis, may pose a serious conflict of interest to Hillary's foreign policy actions as president?
  • How Bill's tangled ties to an investment concern of Clinton friend, Ron Burkle, and it's dealings with Dubai may yet, again, threaten to compromise Hillary Clinton's execution of foreign policy as president?
  • The fact that the with all of these questionable financial dealings, the Clintons have been unwilling to release their tax returns, especially in light of Hillary Clinton claiming that the $5 million she lent the campaign was "her own money?"
  • And, finally, though we, as Democrats, don't care who Bill schtupps (and, no, none of us believe he has kept his fly zipped the last seven years), you can be damn sure the Republicans will be digging hard (no pun intended) to see just what Bill has been up to since leaving office.

Sunday, February 10, 2008

Saudi Human Rights Official Slams Vice Cops in Yara Case

Bush's butt buddies eh?
Saudi Human Rights Official Slams Vice Cops in Yara Case:
"RIYADH — The National Society for Human Rights (NSHR), Saudi Arabia’s non-governmental rights body, will address the Governorate of Riyadh regarding Yara, a 36-year-old Jeddah-based businesswoman who was apprehended by the religious police and thrown in Al-Malaz Prison on Monday.

Yara said she endured a humiliating and frightening hours-long ordeal that began with her arrest by a member of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice for having coffee with an unrelated man in a Starbucks cafe in Riyadh."

Saturday, February 09, 2008

Worldwide Sawdust:: U.N. says waterboarding should be prosecuted as torture

Congratulations mr bush we are now officially fringe elements. America is the fringe. The torturing fringe that is ........
Worldwide Sawdust:: U.N. says waterboarding should be prosecuted as torture

Tuesday, January 29, 2008