Exposing the ugly truth
about the Republican Party's diabolical plot to replace constitutional democracy with an oligarchic
fascist theocracy...

It's the only rational explanation!
Why does the Republican Party zealously pursue policies so obviously counter to the best interests of ordinary Americans? 

It can only be
because they're...
Analysis of the News
Hall of Shame
Evil GOP Bastard of the Month
Katherine Harris
Former Florida Secretary of State  & Congressional Candidate
Sanctimoniously  hailing the "rule of law" while doing everything in her
Since the New Deal, Republicans have been on the wrong side of every issue of concern to ordinary Americans; Social Security, the war in Vietnam, equal rights, civil liberties, church- state separation, consumer issues, public education, reproductive freedom, national health care, labor issues, gun policy, campaign-finance reform, the environment
and tax fairness. No political party could remain so consistently wrong by accident.
The only rational conclusion is that, despite their cynical "family values" propaganda, the Republican Party is a criminal conspiracy to betray the interests of the American people
in favor of oligarchic and corporate interests and absolutist religious groups. 
Why? Because they're evil GOP bastards!
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power to disqualify black voters and to prevent an accurate handcount in the 2000 election, Harris embodies  the GOP "win at any cost" ethos. Let's hope Florida voters derail her ambition to be elected to the House of Representatives this fall.
Since our "Ready..fire..aim" commentary on the hysterical rush to war with Iraq began, several GOP luminaries, including Vietnam veteran Sen. Chuck Hagel (R-Neb), Bush I national security advisor and former general Brent Scowcroft, former Bush I Secretaries of State Lawrence Eagleberger and James Baker, American UN arms inspector Scott Ridder, and current mideast envoy and retired general Anthony Zinni have publicly broken ranks with the Bush II administration's Iraq policy.  Even House GOP troglodyte Dick Armey, in a rare moment of lame-duck lucidity and candor, has spoken out against the Bush II
Iraqi war plan.

The Democrats, with rare except-
ions, seem content with sitting on the sidelines of this debate, ap-
parently enjoying the spectacle of Rush Limbaugh roasting Repub-
licans who deviate from GOP groupthink.  

Bush seems to relish his role as
a "war leader" just a bit too much. Since he can't quite seem to locate
evildoer numero uno, Osama bin Laden, it's as if he's desperate to finger a new enemy to bomb. Is Karl Rove now in charge of national security and foreign policy?  How long until Colin Powell resigns in frustration and disgust?

To reiterate: Iraq is a stable, secular state ruled by a dictator motivated by realpolitik -- rational territorial
and political ambitions. Even if Iraq develops nuclear weapons, the threat of instant nuclear retaliation would deter their use. 

If the Bush administration really wants to deter nuclear prolifera-
tion, it'll reverse its idiotic cuts in appropriations to secure Russian nukes.

Why can't the Bush
chickenhawks understand that our real enemy is Islamist jihad?  Unlike the Iraqis, whose primary motivation is survival, the fanatic jihadists are willing to sacrifice their lives (along with the lives of non-combatant elderly, women and children) just for the satisfaction of killing Americans.

s Bush so desperate for a war to boost his flagging political pop-
ularity that he's willing to need-
lessly endanger US servicemen
and women's lives, alienate our allies in the war on terror, and
enflame the Muslim world?

Saddam is smart enough to learn from Gulf War I and the easy route of the Taliban.  This time, Saddam will concentrate his forces in Iraqi
cities where our air power will be neutralized, unless Bush is willing to "save the village by destroying it."

The Bush administration's much-
too-publicized plan for "regime change" in Iraq is a formula
guaranteed to promote virulent
anti-American hatred in the Arab world, creating new cadres of
eager recruits for Al Queda

with Iraq will have disastrous consequences for our legitimate
war on terror. 

The only "regime change" that Americans should enthusia-
stically embrace is that of the
Bush administration in 2004.

In other news

Jeb defends fringe-kook
DCF appointment
After the scandals rocking Florida's child-protection agency, First Brother Jeb Bush's new hand-picked appointment to head the embattled agency turned out to be a religious kook advocating brutal corporal punishment (welts and bruises are okay) for kids, among other fringe beliefs about women's "submission" to their husbands. Jeb Bush's reaction to this flap? "It's just religious bigotry."

"Ready..fire..aim!" Part III
Bush Iraqi war plans facing Republican resistance
Florida anti-gay activist arrested for vote fraud
A prominent Florida religious right activist has been arrested for forging signatures on petitions seeking antigay legislation. Are political dirty tricks that common in Florida, or is it just a Republican phenomenon?

Tulia investigation still on (or is it off?)

The disgraceful arrest and conviction of 10% of the predominately black town of Tulia, Texas, based on only the say-so (no other evidence of any kind) of a paid informant (subsequently proved to be a liar) is an injustice that the Ashcroft Justice Department seems in no hurry to correct. 
If there has ever been a case that reveals that the war on drugs is a worse problem than drugs themselves -- this is it.

CBO predicts "budget horrorshow"
Just as Al Gore predicted in the the 2000 presidential campaign, the Congressional Budget Office is predicting a
$200 billion budget deficit in 2003. Anyone capable of simple arithmetic (this apparently excludes the Bush economic team) should not be surprised.

Bush's Potemkin
village PR stunt

Bush "economic forum" in Crawford was a bust. Even the usually over-credulous press observed that this was nothing but a cynical PR stunt.
Bob Barr goes down
On a happier note, we celebrate the defeat of one of the
most despicably evil bastards in the GOP.  Congressman Bob Barr (R-GA) lost a primary battle in a Democratically redrawn district that pitted him against another incumbent, albeit more moderate.  Barr was defeated by a 2-1 land-
slide (maybe there's hope for the Deep South after all).  How long until Barr lands as a spokesman for the NRA, Sons of the Confederacy or some right-wingnut think tank is anyone's guess.  
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