Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Should They Stay or Should They Go Now? Prissy and Betty's List

Betty Buckaneer and Prissy Patriot have put together a list. Our list includes some of the world's most dangerous people.

Betty and Prissy decided who should stay and who should go. Former politicians (American and not), "advisors" and anyone else we think is too cozy with the cabal is named too. The damage this crew have done will last for generations at home and abroad.

Tell us what you think-additions welcome. Let us know if we missed anyone!

Put Your Hands in the Air and Step Away From the Flag:

George W. Bush- Dick Cheney Condi Rice

-Donald Rumsfield-Douglas Feith-Richard Perle (a.k.a. The Prince of Darkness)-Jeb Bush-Neil Bush- Mama Bush-Hillary and Bill Clinton-John McCain-Nancy Polosi-Rick Perry (Gov of Texas)-Bob Taft (Gov of Ohio)- Kenneth Blackwell (Ohio gov wannbe-responsible for major disruptions in the 2004 Election)-Bob Ney-Norm Coleman-Rick Sanitorum-Judith Miller-Rep. Jean (the wicked witch) Schmidt (OH-R)-Bill Bennett-Roberto Gonzales-Supreme Court Justice Roberts-Karen Hughes-Rudolph Giuliani-Tom Delay and all of his indicted associates-

George H.W.Bush-Gen. Sanchez-Gen Casey-ALL of Blackwater Security-Ariel Sharon-Kadhfi(ie: the U.S. does not deal with terrorists-but they come and go from the list)-Tony Blair (a.k.a. Dubya's poodle)-Grover Norquist-Jack Abramoff and all known and unknown associates-mAnn Coulter-Rush Limbaugh-NBC-ABC-CBS-FOX-CNN-Bill O'Reilly-The New York Times-The Washington Post-The Columbus Dispatch (local)-Samuel Alito-William Kristol-Queenie Matthew Drudge-Mary Matlin-Newt Gingrich-Pat Buchanan-Christopher Hitchens-Michelle Malkin (who thinks Japanese interment camps were OK)-Dick Morris-Bob Woodward-Glenn Beck (the man who wanted kidnap Terri Shivo)-

Henry Kissinger-Pat Robertson-John Ashcroft-Joe Lieberman-Joe Biden-Sean Hannity-Jerry Fawell-Rod Parsley-James Dobson-Karl Rove-Scooter Libby- Betty and I recommend one views them in the same spirit as say, a more lethal version of Zha-zha Gabor... they care not for others deemed "not of their class."

Who should stay? It's a short list! Barbara Boxer, Dennis Kucinich, Cynthia McKinney, Ted Strickland, Max Clelland, Congressman Murtha and the one who will soundly whip Ohio Senator DeWine-Paul Hackett.

The "maybe's" - John Edwards, Wesley Clark and any one else with the guts to say they were wrong about the war in Iraq.

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Thanksgiving UPDATE: (Bold won't turn off) The Daily Texan

protestors connected to Cindy Sheehan's anti-war campaign are expected to "take up residence" in a ditch in Crawford today to protest county ordinances prohibiting camping and parking on public roads.

"The sheriff will find us camping in the ditch we're not supposed to be in, at which point those who are not willing to challenge [him] in terms of risking arrest will get out of the ditch," said Tammara Rosenleaf, coordinator of the "civil disobedience" action and a member of Military Families Speak Out. "We're pretty confident the law will be found unconstitutional."

The purpose of the protest will be for some protestors to get arrested, making the violation of the ordinances a criminal matter.

Three supporters of the campaign filed a lawsuit Monday, saying the ordinances violated their First Amendment rights of free assembly and speech.

Mona of Military Families Speak Out Ohio tells Prissy that folks are pouring into the Peace House there in Crawford. Daniel Ellsberg, the leaker of the "Pentagon Papers". Mr. Ellsberg risked everything to end the Vietnam War. Prissy is grateful to heroes like him, who truly love America!

Mona says Mr. Ellsberg, somewhere around age 70, has been camping out and is an extremely enthusiastic member of the protest. Although protestors are of all different ages, most are the middle age range. Mona said that make it all that more humorous when a truck load of Texas teens went by Camp Casey yelling "Bunch of Hippies!".

Hey kids! Prissy says if you are pro-war, why aren't you there? Haven't you heard? We're low on recruits...That's right kids, if we keep Dubya's war going past March-there won't be a question of "Will there be a draft?". There will be because we are running out of deployable soldiers.

Besides, they called Prissy about being an alternate for the draft board in November of 2002...that was before Prissy took a public stand against the war.

Flashback on the War in Iraq- Indy Media-CIA and DOD Attempted To Plant WMD In Iraq-A DOD whistleblower detail an attempt by a covert U.S. team to plant weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. The team was later killed by friendly fire due to CIA incompetence. Pentagon Whistleblower Reveals CIA/ DoD Fiascos 20.06.2003 [08:07]

In a world exclusive, Al Martin has published a news story about a Department of Defense whistleblower who has revealed that a US covert operations team had planted "Weapons of Mass Destruction" (WMDs) in Iraq - then "lost" them when the team was killed by so-called "friendly fire."

The Pentagon whistleblower, Nelda Rogers, is a 28-year veteran debriefer for the Defense Department. She has become so concerned for her safety that she decided to tell the story about this latest CIA-military fiasco in Iraq.

According to Al Martin, "Ms.Rogers is number two in the chain of command within this DoD special intelligence office. This is a ten-person debriefing unit within the central debriefing office for the Department of Defense.

The information that is being leaked out is information "obtained while she was in Germany heading up the debriefing of returning service personnel, involved in intelligence work in Iraq for the Department of Defense and/or the Central Intelligence Agency.

"According to Ms. Rogers, there was a covert military operation that took place both preceding and during the hostilities in Iraq," reports Al Martin, an online subscriber-based news/analysis service which provides "Political, Economic and Financial Intelligence."

Al Martin is a retired Lt. Commander (US Navy), the author of a memoir called "The Conspirators: Secrets of an Iran Contra Insider, " and he is considered one of America's foremost experts on corporate and government fraud.

Ms. Rogers reports that this particular covert operation team was manned by ex-military personnel and that "the unit was paid through the Department of Agriculture in order to hide it, which is also very commonplace."

According to Al Martin, "the Ag Department has often been used as a paymaster on behalf of the CIA, DIA, and NSA and others."

Gee Whiz-Between stories like the above and British soldiers dressed in Arab clothing being arrested by Iraqi police while driving a car full of explosives is almost enough to make one think Dubya/Tony do not want us to leave Iraq...

New Zealand Scoop-Pentagon: White Phosphorus is "Chemical Weapon" -

Recently-discovered evidence of its use as an incendiary in Fallujah has cause the State Department to retract its assertion that phosphorus was only used for illumination and smoke and not used offensively.

The report relates to possible use of phosphorus weapons by Saddam Hussein against Kurdish areas in 1991, following the coalition victory in Gulf War I.

It includes the following statement:


The documents were declassified as part of a programme to assist investigation of health problems among Gulf War veterans.

More in depth reports available on the site with article. Prissy suggests the government stop lying-as the whole world is onto them... The New Yorker-A DEADLY INTERROGATION- Can the C.I.A. legally kill a prisoner?

According to witnesses, Jamadi was walking and speaking when he arrived at the prison. He was taken to a shower room for interrogation. Some forty-five minutes later, he was dead.

For most of the time that Jamadi was being interrogated at Abu Ghraib, there were only two people in the room with him. One was an Arabic-speaking translator for the C.I.A. working on a private contract, who has been identified in military-court papers only as “"Clint C."” He was given immunity against criminal prosecution in exchange for his coperation. The other person was Mark Swanner.

In the spring of 2004, the fact of pervasive prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib became public, on "“60 Minutes II"” and in a series of articles in these pages by Seymour M. Hersh. Photographs, taken by U.S. soldiers, that showed Iraqi prisoners being hooded, sexually humiliated, and threatened with dogs were published around the world. One of the most harrowing images was of Jamadi's severely battered corpse, which had been wrapped in plastic and put on ice; he became known in the media as the Ice Man.

Reason 10,098 why no agency, foreign or American- should EVER be given a green light to torture. Prissy would like to know why the Swanner is still working for the CIA. Or is a willingness to rape children, kill and torture a prerequisite? Porter, don't look for a resume from Prissy anytime soon...Prissy can say with some authority, after working in a maximum security prison- it is a sad commentary that those were safer conditions, than we allow to others that we imprison within their own (occupied) country.

And rendition? Completely unAmerican. Prissy has worked with the baddest of the bad, so don't tell her "it's sometimes necessary." It isn't. Ever. Global Research-Shameless BBC: When Misinformation means War Crimes

It is very disturbing that the US lied for a number of months about the use of WP in Falluja, and only came forward with an admission of use after clear evidence. While combatant forces are allowed to withhold certain information from the general public at certain times, the US apparently lied to US Members of Congress and other officials. This is especially disturbing because the use of WP in urban areas is prohibited by operation of law. In this sense, the US was covering up war crimes. Feds seek to dismiss Andersen indictment

Arthur Andersen was convicted in June 2002 of obstructing justice for destroying Enron-related documents prior to the Houston energy company's December 2001 collapse. The conviction essentially meant the demise of Chicago-based Andersen. Salon Via RAW Story-Salon: Ohio congressman Ney, others in Congress in bribery probe

"If Bob Ney is not nailed to the wall here, given everything we know right now, it will be quite a surprise," says Norm Ornstein, a congressional scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. (buttons available at Cafe Press) Alito ruling gave women grounds for asylum Key decision cited by number of courts, although he also set high burden of proof

Alito's 1993 opinion in the case of an Iranian woman seeking political asylum was a mixed bag -- he upheld a deportation order against the woman and, in the view of one advocate, made it difficult for women to prove persecution in such cases. AWOL BUSH-George W. Bush - AWOL from Supporting our Troops Links: * Americans for Shared Sacrifice * The Midwest Web Group * Vets for Justice * The Retired Military Advocate

Between tax cuts for the rich, war profits for Halliburton, or support for our troops - which does the Bush Administration choose, time and time again?

Bush Administration cuts $1.5 billion from military family housing. The Bush Administration cut $1.5 billion for military family housing, despite Department of Defense statistics showing that in 83,000 barracks and 128,860 family housing units across the country are below standard. ("Nothing But Lip Service," Army Times, June 30, 2003; "House Appropriations Committee Approves $59.2 Million for Ft. Hood," U.S. Rep. Chet Edwards Press Release, June 17, 2003)

Against the cabal...insist on a Democracy! Dick Cheney: War Profiteer During Cheney's tenure as CEO from 1995 to 2000, Halliburton Products and Services set up shop in Iran. The Halliburton subsidiary does approximately $40 million a year worth of oil field service work for the Iranian government. 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl visited the subsidiary in the Cayman Islands and found that it had no office and no employees. The mailing address was a local bank with which the subsidiary is registered. Stahl was met there by the bank's manager who informed her that all mail to the subsidiary is forwarded to Halliburton headquarters in Houston. Halliburton had created the subsidiary to allow itself to do illegal business with a rogue state and to skip out on its taxes in the process.

With Iran's president vowing to destroy Israel and being accused by the Bush administration of harboring and aiding al-Qaeda operatives, Cheney's company is doing business with Iran through a subsidiary and dodging its tax obligations to the U.S.

Halliburton has been more closely associated with the invasion of Iraq than any other corporation. Before the Iraq War began, it was 19th on the U.S. Army's list of top contractors and zoomed to number 1 in 2003. In 2003 Halliburton made $4.2 billion from the U.S. government. Cheney stated he had , "severed all my ties with the company, gotten rid of all my financial interest."

Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) recently asserted that Cheney's stock options which were worth $241,498 a year ago, are now valued at more than $8 million-- for an increase of 3,281% . Cheney has pledged to give the proceeds to charity. Cheney continues to received a deferred salary from the company. He was paid $205,298 in 2001; $162,392 in 2002; $178,437 in 2003; and $194,852 in 2004.

Congressional Research Service has concluded that holding stock options while in elective office does constitute a "financial interest" whether or not the holder of the options donates the proceeds to charities, and deferred compensation is also a financial interest.

Have a wonderful holiday, from Betty and Prissy- The Prissy Patriot