Friday, October 19, 2007


"The Truth is That Bush Just Likes to Blow Things Up"

Yeah, we were afraid of this. Apparently, Stark was intimidated with a threat he couldn't ignore, and he folded like a cheap lawn chair. It was painful to listen to his craven mea culpa. Another hero with feet of clay and a devotion to truth made of mush... --DN

My Email to Congressman Pete Stark earlier this morning:


Finally, a Democrat with a real spine.

What you said yesterday - the truth - should ring out across "The Homeland." (God, how I hate that, reminds me so much of "der Fatherland", from the lips of another fascist, many years ago.)

Don't you dare ruin this, as others have done, by saying you were quoted out of context, or you mis-spoke, or you want to apologize for saying something you didn't mean to say, or whatever. Don't you dare...

My hope is this will prompt others in positions such as yours to finally step up and also say what needs to be said about this moronic monster who blew up frogs as a snot-nosed kid and now blows up innocents as a snotty frat-boy posing as the leader of the free world.

I'd be proud to share a boxcar with you on our way to Amerika's concentration camps. But, hopefully, the generals will put a stop to this idiot's war mongering before he blows up the rest of our little planet.

Ms. Pelosi needs to put impeachment back on the table. If not both at once, then Cheney FIRST, then our Dear Leader for Life... Then start cleaning house with the rest of the neocon nitwits.

I know I'm not a constituent and will not get an answer. I don't need an answer - I need you to stand by your words and, hopefully, others will join you.

You are my new hero.

With sincere appreciation,


Related material:
From :

Democrat: Soldiers dying for Bush's 'amusement' [Well, for Exxon Mobil and KBR, too.] 18 Oct 2007 Rep. Pete Stark, D-California, is facing fire from Republicans for comments on the House floor Thursday suggesting Americans are dying in Iraq for President [sic] Bush's amusement. Sharply critical of Bush’s veto of the children's health insurance legislation, Stark said Republicans are spending money "to blow up innocent people if we can get enough kids to grow old enough … to send to Iraq to get their heads blown off for the president's amusement." [The only error in Stark's statement is that he referred to Bush as 'the president.']


From :

Pete Stark Thanks Daily Kos

Thu Oct 18, 2007 at 01:29:24 PM PDT

Earlier today I made a post about Rep. Pete Stark's comments during the House debate on the SCHIP override vote. He said, in part:

You don't have money to fund the war or children. But you're going to spend it to blow up innocent people if we can get enough kids to grow old enough for you to send to Iraq to get their heads blown off for the President's amusement. This bill would provide healthcare for 10 million children and unlike the President's own kids, these children can't see a doctor or receive necessary care. [...]

But President Bush's statements about children's health shouldn't be taken any more seriously than his lies about the war in Iraq. The truth is that Bush just likes to blow things up. In Iraq, in the United States and in Congress.

Naturally, the Congressman's remarks received overwhelming support here, and I thought you'd like to know that he stopped by to thank everyone:

Hey folks. I wanted to drop by, say hello, and thank you for your kind words of support.

We've got to provide health care to children -- and we've got to end this war!

No, thank you, Rep. Stark!


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