Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Main Stream Media- Why Did You Forget About Your Base?

Because we can no longer believe what we hear from the msm, Prissy and thousands of others must do their work for them. But that gives you, dear readers, more choices and that is how it should be. They need us a lot more than we need them.

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edition.cnn.com/2005/WEATHER/08/30/katrina/index.html CNN-New Orleans levee breaks; mayor says 80% of city flooded -Katrina's death toll at 67; 1.3 million without power. Readers, do you think they can be trusted to tell the weather?

Prissy would like to ask the president why the Guard and their equipment are watching Katrina on CNN...in IRAQ. Thanks for nothing, Dubya. Some "red" states got what they voted for, unfortunately.

Charity, Granny says, begins at home. Folks, are you aware we have Coasties in Iraq? When will this misery end? Will no one in this government stand to stop them from doing more harm; except a grieving mother?

Red state or not,Prissy shall say a prayer for them. These lost lambs must be given opportunity to return to the fold. The msm and our politicians have duped them, so it wasn't all their fault. They won't even need to admit they were wrong, it is a given at this point.

btcnews.com/btcnews/1093 BTC-8/28/2005-Louisiana National Guard troops watch Katrina from Iraq Filed under: General News Commentary Weldon's Page— weldon berger @ 5:22 pm

More than 3,000 members of the Louisiana National Guard’s 256th Brigade serving in Iraq can only watch from Baghdad as Hurricane Katrina bears down on their families and homes in New Orleans and the other south Louisiana communities from which they hail. The deployed soldiers and their equipment, which includes high water vehicles, Humvees and generators, will be sorely missed as Louisiana attempts to prepare for and recover from the historic Category Five storm

niagarafallsreporter.com/gallagher228.html BUSH UNBALANCED AS POLLS PLUMMET -By Bill Gallagher

capitolhillblue.com/artman/publish/article_7293.shtml Patriot Act Thrives on Ignorance-

capitolhillblue.com/artman/publish/article_7267.shtml Bush's Obscene Tirades Rattle White House Aides- Thank you Prissy Patriot readers, for sending this article!

livejournal.com/users/mparent7777/2271782.html The Lords of War: George Bush… “One dead American for every day in office”. That is some legacy, Dubya. You told the American people this war was going to be short and sweet....

An Excerpt: Was the United States behind this strategy to divide Iraq into three parts? In a word; yes. Acting viceroy, Zalmay Khalilzad, is one of the founding members of the Project for the New American Century (PNAC), and has been actively involved in the negotiations from the beginning. Khalilzad oversaw the writing of the Afghanistan constitution which, according to the New York Times, “declared it an ‘Islamic Republic’ in which no law could contradict Islam”. Khalilzad has played a similarly supportive role in Iraq and produced the very same results. In view of this, it is absurd to say that the administration is committed to democracy in the Middle East. Quite the contrary, they are looking to duplicate the Saudi regime which has served American colonial objectives for over 50 years.

home.debitel.net/user/andreas.bunkahle/defaulte.htm Note to neoRepublicans: It isn't just the WAR you need to worry about....GERMAN ENGINEERS HELP THE USA-About 911- What your government is not telling you. Remember who was "on watch" when this occurred. Look in Constants archives for more detail on how they missed signs of impending doom:


slate.com/id/2121793/?GT1=6666 SLATE Explains why we can't just send more troops into Iraq. NeoRepublicans, Prissy is begging you to pay attention. It is nearly too late....

Blog of the Day-Interesting thought from Camp Casey Detroit- campcaseydetroit.blogspot.com/A thought on defense

Dear Readers: I have always been curious of the fact that our general culture seems to think that freedom can only be defended by armed violence. It seems to me that armed violence is the worst possible way of defending a free society. Daniel Duane Spyker

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