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    Parody site that has been sued by Bush himself.
    Bush Watch -
    Daily news and headlines from national and international news and opinion sources.
    Vote To Impeach Bush -
    Site advocates the impeachment of the President.
    Sierra Club "W Watch" -
    The Sierra Club's perspective on Bush Administration energy and environmental policies.
    BuzzFlash Report -
    Links to selected headlines from newspapers and other progressive sources of anti-Bush/Cheney information.
    Citizens for Legitimate Government -
    Pro-democracy activist group established to expose the Bush coup d'etat, and to oppose the Bush occupation. Breaking news, articles, anti war and Bush protest calendar, discussion, and links.
    Political Amazon -
    Focuses on scandals surrounding the Bush Administration.
    Bush Scorecard of Evil -
    Keeping tabs on the Bush/Cheney administration's policy initiatives and changes - complete with source material.
    The President Moron Watch -
    Strongly worded daily news satire site dedicated to President Bush.
    George W. Bush Skeleton Closet -
    Opens the doors to highlight GWB's many personal and professional transgressions.
    GW Bush Went AWOL -
    Alleges that Bush failed to report for his National Guard service term in Alabama during Vietnam.
    Dubya Speak -
    Dedicated to chronicling the mistatements of President Bush. Includes text quotes and audio files.
    Enron Owns the GOP -
    Details the alleged cozy relationship between Enron and the GOP, particularly the Bush/Cheney administration.
    Bushisms: The era of ignorance -
    A Democrat searches the large volumes of Bush quotes and comes up with some embarrassing flubs.
    Bush Kills -
    Criticizes George W. Bush for his support of the death penalty.
    Bush Cartoon Collection -
    Animated, satirical cartoons about George W. Bush, complete with music and commentary.
    Madness of King George -
    Anti-Bush satire site that offers news and reviews about the Bush/Cheney Administration. Regularly updated.
    Smirk-O-Rama: anti-Bush Protest Labels -
    Free protest labels to print yourself and more to purchase.
    The Daily Enron -
    Chronicles the Bush Administration's continuing ties to Enron and the bankruptcy scandal.
    America Held Hostile -
    Claims to expose the hostilities of the Bush Administration towards the USA.
    Turn Your Back On Bush -
    Information regarding Ohio State University students' call to protest Bush's commencement speech.
    The Dubya Report -
    Critical collection of Bush quotes, family and business ties, and political record. Includes breaking news headlines.
    Hail to the Thief -
    Anti-Bush reference site created by
    Go back to Texas! -
    Anti-Bush/Cheney opinion site offering regular policy updates and merchandise.
    Georgy Bush Project -
    Songs, stories, and news about the real George W. Bush.
    Free Anti-Bush Stickers -
    Print free anti-Bush stickers to affix to envelopes, cards, and windows. -
    Links and reviews of anti-Bush websites.
    Dubya Says -
    List of quotes with sources.
    Impeach Bush -
    An anti-Bush site whose author claims to track the lies and impeachable offenses of George W. Bush.
    Evict Resident Bush -
    Humorous site favoring eviction of George W. Bush from the White House.
    Hyprocrite Party -
    Criticizes the hypocrisy of the Bush Administration and its GOP allies.
    All Hat and No Cattle -
    Critical commentary and background information on the Bush/Cheney administration.
    Failure Is Impossible -
    Resources for resisting Bush/Cheney administration policies.
    Progressive Review: Behind the Bushes -
    Chronology of the Bush family.
    Curious GWB -
    Illustrated story that compares GWB to Curious George the monkey.
    Bush Files From The Texas Observer -
    Bush's home state magazine keeps an eye on his activities.
    The Ribald Reign of King George the Second -
    An outspoken chronicle of George W. Bush's campaign and presidency, with daily quote and critical essays.
    Impeach Bush -
    Information, editorials and strategies for the impeachment of George W. Bush. Also includes general critiques of Bush policy.
    George W. Bush, Minority President -
    Urges voters to remind President Bush that he lost the popular vote for President.
    Bush's Broken Promises -
    Highlights the differences between Bush's campaign promises and 2003 budget priorities. Sponsored by Democratic National Committee.
    Bush-Cheney, Incorporated -
    Parody site for Bush-Cheney, Incorporated and its board of directors.
    Make Them Accountable -
    Discusses the proported "media cover-up" of the Florida recount results by the National Opinion Research Center and other media outlets.
    The Radical Fringe -
    Satirical and critical commentary on George W. Bush and the Bush administration, highlighting current news items.
    Bushwhacker Brigade -
    Anti-Bush news, editorials, cartoons, merchandise, and message boards.
    Bush Cartoons -
    Collection of satirical cartoons directed at the Bush/Cheney administration and GOP Congress.
    Remember John -
    Blames the Bush family and administration and US energy interests for terrorism. Links to supporting opinion articles and news items.
    George W. Bush: International Outlaw -
    Claims that Bush has flaunted and reneged on various international agreements.
    Stop the Bush Presidency -
    Watchdog site that contains headlines, original articles, essays, poetry, and forums.
    Shrubbish - George W. Bush Humor -
    Humorously highlights the best in Bushisms. Comic relief straight from George W.'s own mouth.
    Monitor Bush -
    Guide to surviving the Bush Presidency with instructions on how to thwart the right-wing agenda of his supporters. -
    Anti-Bush humor site highlighting Bush's blunders and the 2000 election.
    No Son Of Bush -
    Still more dirt and information on that Son Of A Bush.
    Grannies Against George -
    Dedicated to election reform and the exposure of the GOP's role in the Florida election fraud.
    Enemy of the Earth -
    Details the GOP and Bush Administration's hostility to environmental concerns.
    The Environmental terrorist -
    Discussion of Bush's opposition to the Kyoto treaty with links to other environmental and global warming sites.
    Bush Patrol -
    News archive organised by topic, with discussion forums.
    Anti Bush Petition -
    Sign an anti-Bush petition.
    The Thief in Chief -
    Dedicated to exposing, and recording, the heist of our freedom by G. W. Bush and his GOP cronies.
    Petition to Impeach George W. Bush -
    A petition for the impeachment of George W. Bush to the Congress of the United States.
    G.W Bush Watch -
    Large archive of articles about the Bush Administration coupled with political and social commentary on his policies. -
    Dedicated to pointing out the reasons why George W. Bush will be a one term president. Includes current news articles about the Bush administration and their policy initiatives.
    Bush-whacked! -
    Emphasizes the detrimental effects of the George W. Bush presidency on the environment and economy.
    Bush in 2004 - Not -
    Campaign to prevent Bush from being elected in 2004.
    Progressive Junta -
    A broad coalition of American citizens focused on peaceful and progressive change in America and the world. Goal is to change who wields power in this world and what they do with it.
    The Misadventures of Spurious George -
    A satirical look at the mischievous monkey from Midland: his election and politics.
    America's Been Bushwacked -
    Various images, quotations, and articles critical of George W. Bush and his policies.
    King George -
    A New Orleans-based forum for comments and ideas opposing the Bush administration and its policies, with a leftist/green orientation.
    Daily Dubya -
    A generic anti-bush site, with emphasis on small changes in spending that will benefit pro-environment causes.
    Smirking Chimp: Chronicles of the Bush Administration -
    Collection of links and opinion about Bush/Cheney. Links to many non-US sources.
    International Terrorist George W. Bush -
    Offers anti-Bush and anti-war merchandise. Also includes quotations.
    Know the Candidates -
    All the news the media "forgot" to tell you about George W. Bush.
    George Wanker Bush -
    Parody site of Bush campaign featuring news, opinion, and merchandise.
    George The Second -
    Humorous look at the Bush "restoration" and those who made it possible.
    Little George Bush -
    Mix of anti-Bush news, editorials, and message boards.
    Buck Stops There - identifies the top Bush Administration officials who failed in their duty to protect the US. Includes color-coded chart.
    Bush Brothers Banana Republic -
    Extensive compilation of anti-Bush news archives, opinion, links, message boards, free downloads, and merchandise.
    The Bush Record - NRDC -
    News about the Bush administration's environmental policies. Includes statements from the NRDC's environmental scientists, lawyers, and policy experts.
    Disclose the Documents! -
    Democratic Party site urging disclosure of all documents relating to the Bush Administration's energy policy.

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    Fresh Dubya
    The first part of your question is that -- is whether or not the weapons of mass destruction question.
    -- St. Petersburg, Russia, Jun. 1, 2003

    I invited the President to come to the United States for a visit in September to visit at Camp David.
    -- St. Petersburg, Russia, Jun. 1, 2003

    I've got very good relations with President Mubarak and Crown Prince Abdullah, and the King of Jordan, Gulf Coast countries.
    -- Dubya gets a little bit confused geographically, confusing the Persian Gulf (Qatar, Bahrian) with the Gulf Coast (Texas, Florida), with reporters, May 29, 2003

    Listen, we'll answer two questions a side, alternating. Please address -- so don't -- one of these things where you ask me and ask the Prime Minister, or vice versa. Let's just ask one question to one of us as we rotate back and forth, if you don't mind.
    -- Doing a bang-up job of orchestrating the joint press conference with Japanese PM Koizumi, Crawford, Texas, May 23, 2003

    On the threat from North Korea's nukyular program, the Prime Minister and I see the problem exactly the same way. We will not tolerate nukyular weapons in North Korea. ...We will not settle for anything less than the complete, verifiable, and irreversible elimination of North Korea's nukyular weapons program. ...At talks held in Beijing last month, China called on North Korea to renounce nukyular weapons... The issue of North Korea's nukyular weapons is a grave challenge to entire world. We will not at all tolerate the possession, the development or the transfer of nukyular weapons by North Korea. North Korea must promptly and completely dismantle all nukyular weapons development programs in a verifiable manner. ...It is extremely important for Japan to comprehensively resolve the various issues, including nukyular weapons. ...Acceptance by the international community and potential help will come when [the North Koreans] change their behavior and their attitude toward nukyular weapons. ...Then we will have the Japanese and South Koreans join the dialogue so that there's now five of us sitting around the table, all discussing how to see that the Korean Peninsula is nukyular-weapons-free. ... And the importance of this meeting today should say to the world that Japan and the United States stand shoulder-to-shoulder on the issue of North Korea's nukyular weaponry.
    -- This one is self-explanatory, Crawford, Texas, May 23, 2003

    I look forward to signing the economic recovery bill soon. The principle of the bill is pretty simple, that we believe the more money people have in their pockets, the more likely it is somebody is going to be able to find work in America. In other words, the more money somebody has, it means somebody is more likely to demand a good or a service, which means somebody will produce a good or a service, which means somebody is likely to find work.
    -- Sounds like sound economic theory to me, Washington, D.C., May 22, 2003

    President [Arroyo] and I also reviewed the developments with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front -- MLIF. That group must abandon the path of violence.
    -- Even if called by the wrong acronym, White House, May 19, 2003

    First, let me make it very clear, poor people aren't necessarily killers. Just because you happen to be not rich doesn't mean you're willing to kill.
    -- Presenting common sense as if it were something to be noted, but I guess it's a good thing that he knows this, White House, May 19, 2003

    REPORTER: And about the MILF -- your offer of assistance in the MILF problem...
    DUBYA: Well, my offer of assistance, it depends upon the MLIF choosing peace as a peaceful reconciliation of issues. If they continue to want to use terror and force, we will be involved to the extent that the President invites us to be involved, within the constitution of the Philippine government.
    -- Dubya's sticking to his acronym, come hell or high water, White House, May 19, 2003

    The [military] academies are really important for a lot of reasons. Obviously, what you learn on the football field is even more important since we're still at war.
    -- That just plain doesn't make sense, Washington, D.C., May 16, 2003

    What you -- the character you displayed in your drive to be the best will serve our nation well. Because we're still at war. We learned that lesson in Saudi Arabia the other day. An al Qaeda -- a group we think is al Qaeda killed innocent life just for the sake of killing them.
    -- Wow, that doesn't make sense, either, Washington, D.C., May 16, 2003

    I have found the President to be an easy man to talk to. He expresses opinions very clearly and it's easy to understand.
    -- Expressing relief about his ability to keep up in his conversations with President Roh of South Korea, Washington, D.C., May 14, 2003

    Al Qaeda is a group of people that they don't care about taking innocent life.
    -- Educating the media pool, May 13, 2003

    These despicable [suicide attacks] were committed by killers whose only faith is hate. And the United States will find the killers, and they will learn the meaning of American justice.
    -- Dubya failing again to understand that suicide bombers can't be caught and brought to justice, you know, because they're dead and everything, CNN, May 13, 2003

    If those killers, those criminals believe that their bloody criminal acts will shake even one hair off the body of our nation and its unity, then they are deceiving themselves.
    -- See above, CNN, May 13, 2003

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    Dubya's level of lingual creativity and rigorous intellectual coherence is a daily inspiration.

    But what can you expect from a man who's favorite reading is a childrens book published while he was in college?
    "I am the one who knocks."- Heisenberg

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    Yesterday, Jim Hoagland, Washington Post pundit and sometimes apologist for the Bush administration, had the temerity to imply that even if Bush had distorted the intelligence he was given by the government intelligence community in order to further his war agenda for Iraq, and even if the media was too willing to go along with the Bush agenda rather than carefully looking at the evidence, he had faith in the intelligence of the American citizens to discern what is truth and what is lie, and act accoringly.

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    Oh, please...
    I would be satisfied if he would only learn the correct pronunciation of the word "NUCLEAR".

    As to the rest, perhaps you pundits should pursue an amendment delineating and defining what would constitute an acceptable level of presidential glibness, to be determined during the pre-election debating period.

    As it is, you should consider yourselves lucky; without his lingual difficulties, you would have nothing to carp about.

    Serve, volley, volley, volley, volley, volley, volley, volley, volley, volley....point!
    Barack Obama: Over-par on the golf course, sub-par everywhere else.

  7. The Drawing Room   -   #6
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    Originally posted by j2k4@3 June 2003 - 08:30

    As it is, you should consider yourselves lucky; without his lingual difficulties, you would have nothing to carp about.

    Serve, volley, volley, volley, volley, volley, volley, volley, volley, volley....point!
    Should his ineptitude end at "lingual difficulties" you would be correct.
    Alas, it does not.

    Back atcha...
    "I am the one who knocks."- Heisenberg

  8. The Drawing Room   -   #7
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    Oh, please...
    Originally posted by clocker+3 June 2003 - 09:37--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (clocker @ 3 June 2003 - 09:37)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin--j2k4@3 June 2003 - 08:30

    As it is, you should consider yourselves lucky; without his lingual difficulties, you would have nothing to carp about.

    Serve, volley, volley, volley, volley, volley, volley, volley, volley, volley....point&#33;
    Should his ineptitude end at "lingual difficulties" you would be correct.
    Alas, it does not.

    Back atcha...
    We shall see.

    I would have much preferred an image of Serena, Clocker-she&#39;s got few more "horsepower" than big sis just now. B)

    Off to work now.
    Barack Obama: Over-par on the golf course, sub-par everywhere else.

  9. The Drawing Room   -   #8
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    Originally posted by j2k4@4 June 2003 - 12:14

    I would have much preferred an image of Serena, Clocker-she&#39;s got few more "horsepower" than big sis just now. B)

    Yes she does.
    I was saving Serena for the time that a serious volley managed to come my way.

    She&#39;ll keep.

    Upon reflection I now think that I wasted Venus in the previous post. Poor field management, I know.
    I&#39;m substituting this one for her now...

    "I am the one who knocks."- Heisenberg


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