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Journal of No. 118

May 31st, 2005

Bush Malapropism of the Month @ 11:03 am

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Amnesty International appeared to base some of their allegations on detainees, "people who hate America, people that have been trained in some instances to disassemble, that means not tell the truth. So it was an absurd report," Bush said."

ETA: In unrelated orthographical lunacy, I bring you this auction, which had me really interested for a second.
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Date:May 31st, 2005 07:57 pm (UTC)

Oh my god.

And the best part is that Reuters didn't say a thing. They just published it AS IS.

You saw the Nader call for Impeachment in the Boston Globe, right?
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Date:May 31st, 2005 08:07 pm (UTC)
Nader's calling for Impeachment?

You know, normally I think he's kinda wacko, but in this case I agree. Since when is killing thousands of servicemen for a lie not a High Crime and Misdemeanor? And how about crimes against the Constitution? And crimes against humanity?

Or maybe Congress is content to let him stand trial in the World Court... he will, if the U.S. continues its human rights violations. And by golly, I'd love to be a fly on the wall when it happens.
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Date:June 1st, 2005 02:50 pm (UTC)
Uh oh...the way my son likes to take apart flashlights and unscrew door hinges and demolish things built with Legos, we better lay low so he don't get sent to Gitmo.

He's 2 1/2, but I don't see why that rules him out as being dangerous.

Journal of No. 118