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Archive for September, 2005

Word Games

Friday, September 23rd, 2005

September 32, 2005 MainstreaMedia. Houston, Tx. The Whitehouse continues to fight off criticism that its racist policies led to the intentional slaughter of thousands in the New Orleans by hurricane Katrina while comparatively few of the affluent white residents of southeast Texas were injured by hurricane Rita. Whitehouse spokesman Scott McClellan said today that... »

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Supreme Court Confirms Right to Privacy

Friday, September 16th, 2005

May 27, 2010 Washington: In a landmark ruling today, the Supreme Court announced that the right to privacy, first announced in Griswold v. Connecticut and later used to prohibit states from making abortion illegal in Roe v. Wade, extends to an individual’s selection of their vehicle. Speaking for the Court, Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote... »

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9/11 — Four Years Later

Wednesday, September 14th, 2005

It has been four years since the terrorist attacks of 9/11 and there has not been a single additional attack on American soil. Of course, the Whitehouse isn’t pushing this (as the next attack might be tomorrow and the press would hang them with their words). And even more obviously, the mainstream media is... »

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Too Fat to Trim

Wednesday, September 14th, 2005

Mark your calendars. Today was the day the camel’s back finally snapped like a Jets win streak–quick and painful. The Republican party is dead from a massive corronary induced by its high-pork diet. Tom Delay pronounced the movement dead yesterday saying that there is no fat left to trim in the federal budget. Don’t... »

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Surprise Supreme Court Nomination

Monday, September 12th, 2005

September 32, 2005 MainStreamMedia: In a stunning turn of events, the Whitehouse today announced that it had selected another white, evangelical Christian man to replace outgoing Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. In a brief press conference from the Oval Office, President Bush nominated Jesus H. Christ, our Lord and Savior, as the 112th... »

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Rather’s Last Hurricane

Monday, September 12th, 2005
Rather’s Last Hurricane

Good Evening, I’m Dan Rather. Tonight on 60-Minutes II, we will talk with Mayor Ray Nagin of New Orleans, about the hurricane evacuation plan, what went wrong and how it can be fixed. We will also hear from an anonymous source that claims... »

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Dispatches from the Future – September 9, 2011

Friday, September 9th, 2005

CBS-MoveOn News: President Condoleeza Rice faced harsh criticism in the wake of Hurricane Karl, today. Karl, the second hurricane to hit the gulf region in less than a decade, caused massive destruction to the Gulf region. The federal government’s slow response has, once again, raised eyebrows. Some have even invoked the specter of racism.... »

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