Traitors To America
Draft dodger Bill Clinton made his choice didn't he.
Alec Balderdash Baldwin
December of 1998 when actor Alec Baldwin appeared on Conan O'Brien's "Late
Night" show and urged viewers to commit murder?
the Late Night with Conan O’Brien show, Conan wrapped up his interview
with Alec Baldwin by asking about Clinton’s impeachment ordeal. Here is
I have come back from Africa to stained dressed and cigars and this and
impeachment. I am thinking to myself, in other countries they are laughing at us
24 hours a day and I’m thinking to myself, if we were in other countries, we
would all right now, all of us together, [starts to shout] all of us together
would go down to Washington and we would stone Henry Hyde to death! We would
stone him to death! [Crowd cheers] Wait! Shut up! Shut up! No shut up! I’m not
finished. We would stone Henry Hyde to death and we would go to their homes and
we’d kill their wives and their children. We would kill their families."
[Stands up, yelling]
mean my gosh what is happening in this country?
What is happening? UGHHH!
protestors and the kind of people they are !
This shocked the hell of out me when I saw this.
and Democrats believe in the confiscatory redistribution of wealth
despise successful entrepreneurship.
as Ramsey Clark who plans to defend Saddam Hussein, George Sorris,
Tides Foundation and John Kerry’s wife Teresa, who supports the
Foundation (so far $4 Million dollars worth of her Republican
husbands money) , which supports the Barrio Warriors whose
goal is to return Arizona , California, New Mexico and Texas to
people mentioned above also support the Democratic justice they
to ease restriction on Muslim immigration from terrorists states. They
support the Counsel American Islamic Relations. Whose leaders have
close ties to the terrorist group Hamas.
I think war is based in greed and there are
huge karmic retributions that will follow. I
think war is never the answer to solving any
problems. The best way to solve problems
is to not have enemies."
She Supported Clinton's Wars
Sheryl Crow protest Bush's war on Iraq,
but that was not the case with Clinton's
war in the Balkans. She traveled with
Hillary Clinton and joined the USO to
entertain the troops.
Read how she Gushed!
In April 1996 she told USA Today:
"Once over there I felt extremely patriotic.
Here are these people, from 18-year-olds
to military veterans, enduring real duress
for the cause of peace. I don't ever want
to play for a regular audience again, only
military folks who are starving for music."
War Bad, Clinton War Good
On Bush and the War with Iraq
is inappropriate for the administration
to trump up a case in which we are
ballyhooed into war."
when Clinton took non-U.N.-approved
military action in Kosovo, Farrell said:
bottom line is that I think it’s appropriate
for the international community in situations like
this to intervene. I am in favor of an intervention.
I’m not strong on techno war, however, and I
think we have to remember that what they
dismiss euphemistically as "collateral damage"
is real human beings who are themselves not
the perpetrators of either the ethnic cleansing
or the slaughters that have been going on in
Kosovo. I find myself in the peculiar position
of being in favor of an intervention and yet
unclear that what we are doing is the
appropriate thing to do. On some level you
have to say that at least somebody is
after 9/11, Gere addressed an audience
during the “Concert for New York.”
of rescue and police personnel and their families
The following was said over rising booing:
during the “Concert for New York.”
In a situation like this, of course you identify with
everyone who's suffering. But we must also think
about the terrorists who are creating such horrible
future lives for themselves because of the negativity
of this karma. It's all of our jobs too keep our minds
as expansive as possible. If you can see the terrorists
as a relative who's dangerously sick and we have to
give them medicine, and the medicine is love and
compassion. There's nothing better."
After more booing:
"That’s apparently unpopular
right now, but that’s alright."
Saddam's Not A Threatening Guy
"Bush's plans for war are a bizarre bad dream.
There doesn't appear to be any sort of basis for
any of this. I have a feeling something hidden is
at work here that will someday see the light of day."
"I keep asking myself where all this personal enmity
between George Bush and Saddam Hussein comes
from. It's like the story of Captain Ahab and the great
white whale from Moby Dick."
"We have to say stop, there's no reason for a war.
At the moment Hussein is not threatening anybody."
"It'd be different if he was staring somebody down
with a loaded gun in his hand. But there doesn't
seem to be any indications whatsoever that this
man poses an immediate threat to anybody."
Memo to Gere:
NO ONE Provides More Assistance
to the World than the U.S.
"America has never paid any attention to other people,
so it's absurd for Bush to say that it's all in the best
interests of the Iraqi people."
Hey Richard Speak For Yourself !
"If the United States marches into Iraq without
the backing of the United Nations, that will be
done entirely without the backing of the
Do the Math Richard ......
At last count, there are roughly 300,000,00 people
in the United States, so about 290,000,000 aren't
saying no. That means that only approximately
3% of the people are saying "no." Oh, and Richard,
America is republic, not a democracy anyway.
"Why is it when we have 10 million people in this
country who say 'No', we still have a president who
says 'Yes.' In a democracy, something's wrong here"
Gernon, the producer of the CBS miniseries
"Hitler: The Rise of Evil" says.......
it is a warning to the American people that
if they don't watch out the Bush
administration could morph into a carbon
copy of Hitler's National Socialist dictatorship.
And this craven fool says that that he,
Julianna Margulies and director Christian Duguay
all think it's a good idea for Americans to keep
Hitler's Nazi regime in mind while looking at
the Bush White House.
Bush is" absolutely" similar to post-World War I
Germany's acceptance of Hitler's extremism.
"I can't think of a better time to examine this
history than now."
Hagman while in Germany
“Bush is a sad figure: not too well educated,
who doesn't get out of America much. He's
leading the country towards fascism."
Would Bush appreciate the accusation?
"It's all the same to me, he wouldn't
understand the word fascism anyway."
killed a million Iraqis since the start of the Gulf war --
mostly by blocking humanitarian aid. Let's stop now…
I am a father, and no amount of propaganda can convince
me that half a million dead children is acceptable ‘collateral damage."
is a racist and imperialist war.
The warmongers who stole the White House
(you call them "hawks", but I would never
disparage such a fine bird) have hijacked a
nation's grief and turned it into a perpetual
war on any non-white country they choose
to describe as terrorist."
Woodster, it’s 17% Here Too
read in a paper here [England] about a woman who held
out the part of her taxes that would go to the war effort.
Something like 17%. I like that idea, though in the US it
would have to be more like 50%. If you consider money
as a form of energy, then we see half our taxes and half
the US government's energy focused on war and weapons
of mass destruction. Over the past 30 years, this amounts
to more than ten trillion dollars. Imagine that money going
to preserving rainforest or contributing to a sustainable
economy (as opposed to the dinosaur tit we are currently
in the process of sucking dry)."
Woody Were President…
I'd do in Bush's shoes. Easy:
I'd honor Kyoto.
Join the world court.
I'd stop subsidizing earth rappers like Monsanto, Dupont and Exxon.
I'd shut down the nuclear power plants.
So I already have $200bn saved from corporate welfare.
I'd save another $100bn by stopping the war on non-corporate drugs.
And I'd cut the defense budget in half so they'd have to get by on a
measly $200bn a year.
I've already saved half a trillion bucks by saying no to polluters and warmongers.
Then I'd give $300bn back to the taxpayers.
I'd take the rest and pay the people teaching our children what they deserve.
I'd put $100bn into alternative fuels and renewable energy.
I'd revive the Chemurgy movement, which made the farmer the root of the economy,
and make paper and fuel from wheat straw, rice straw and hemp.
Not only would I attend, I'd sponsor the next Earth Summit.
And, of course, I'd give myself a fat raise."
“I haven’t even been drinking, but, at all, but,
you know, being a man, I’ve got to say that
we’ve got this guy in the White House who
thinks he is a man, you know, who projects
himself as a man because he has a certain
masculinity, and he's a good old boy, and he
used to drink, and he knows how to shoot a
gun and how to drive a pickup truck, etcetera
That’s not the definition of a man, God Dammit!"
is that I believe that administration has taken the events
of 9/11 and has manipulated the grief of the country and
I think that's reprehensible."
don't think, like many of us, that the reasons we have
been given for going to war are the honest reasons."
believe - though I may wrong because I am no expert -
that this war is about what most wars are about:
hegemony, money, power and oil".
and might have nuclear weapons and that gives us the liberty to
pre-empt and strike because we think they might hit us, then what
prevents Pakistan from attacking India, what prevents India from
attacking Pakistan, what prevents us from going into North Korea?"
Reason Bush IS Acting Is That
We DO Remember the Holocaust
must be people who remember World War II
and the holocaust that can get us out of this rut."
photo from an anti-war
"Military action on Iraq is "wrong, immoral and
basically illegal. It makes me feel ashamed to
come from the United States. It is humiliating."
“It is an embarrassing time to be an American.
It really is. It's humiliating.”
“I hate Bush,” Lange when receiving an award at a
film festival in Spain. She added: “I despise him and
his entire administration” and that “what Bush intends
to do with Iraq is unconstitutional, immoral and illegal.”
You Might Consider Staying in Spain
Jessica Lange in Spain on September 25, 2002,
translated form the Spanish press of her comments
originally made in English.
“As far as the political situation in the US is concerned,
we are facing a dangerous and extremely unfortunate
administration. The way I see it, the presidential election
was stolen by George W. Bush and ever since we have
all been suffering the consequences. I think that the most
recent thing with Iraq is absolute insanity, and I cannot
believe that there is not opposition to it on a more global
scale and that there is not more opposition in the country
on the part of the sane people, including politicians,
but also students and artists.
“There has to be a movement to really oppose what
Bush is proposing, because it is unconstitutional,
immoral and basically illegal. I find it particularly
reprehensible the way he acts like he was in a
western, intimidating the rest of the world. What
can I say? I hate Bush; I despise him and his
entire administration, everything he represents
and everything he has tried to do, not only
internationally, which is horrific, but
domestically as well.
“In my country the atmosphere is poisoned.
Un-breathable for those of us who are not on the .
So thank you for inviting me to this festival and
allowing me to leave there for a few days.”
May 1999's Cannes Festival
him [Charlton Heston] --with a .44-caliber Bulldog."
German and French governments should be commended.
Too many people are being bowled over by Bush and Tony Blair
in Britain. It's ludicrous to expect the whole world to follow what
they want. America doesn't have the moral right to tell other
people what to do. To say the whole world has to fall into line
is you-know-what. I hope more people will rise up."
are trying to sell the world something that isn’t true.
When Donald Rumsfeld makes statements like,
‘If you don’t support our war you are supporting terrorism,’
I feel disgusted. They have shown no evidence of a link.
This has nothing to do with disarmament. It’s about oil.
We all know Iraq is a country with a great reserve of
natural resources. I find it difficult to buy what Bush is
telling us about this being a moral war.”
photo from her anti-war video
Madonna's Violent, Anti-War Video
is just plain Half-witted
says her video,
"American Life" is not Anti-Bush."
"It is not me being anti-Bush, it's
me being ironic and tongue in cheek."
Here's a description of her half-witted
attempt at irony. If it was not released
during a war her country was fighting,
it would be laughable:
The final scene of the video features Madonna throwing
a hand grenade into an audience. It is caught by a man.
Camera pans back. He looks a lot like Dubya.
The Dubya character flicks the top of the grenade to
reveal a cigarette lighter. He lights his cigar and then
gives a big cheesy smile to the camera.
Madonna most definitely is
making a statement about George Dubya.
In other scenes we see Madonna standing though
the sun roof of a army camouflaged colored mini Cooper
(nice product placement) operating a sub machine
powered hose. As she shoots the streams into the
crowd, the clip juggles between scenes of fighter
planes bombing the crap out of a city.
While the emergency edit removed the bloodied babies
and limbless people from the clip the Iraqi children
remained, although we are told they were not really
Well, young actors dressed as Muslims anyway.
a London concert in February 2003,
alie Maines made the
Dixie Chicks' Nat
following comment to the delight of the audience:
alie Maines made the
so you know, we're ashamed that the
president of the United States is from Texas."
It was Just a Joke!
Maines admitted that she told a London concert
audience that the group was ashamed that the
President is from their home state of Texas, but added:
was a joke and it wasn't planned. And it was really
funny at the time. It got lots of cheers, and that's what
it was meant for. You see the trouble that you can get
into if you speak religion or politics. It gets people very upset."
Again, Now She is Prouder than Ever!
Then, the singer said:
more flack I get for it, the prouder I am."
She was also quick to point out that in her hometown
of Lubbock, Texas, "only six people showed up,"
for a public Chicks CD-smashing protest.
“I like America to some extent.”
“The motivation for war is simple.
The U.S. government started the war with Iraq
in order to make it easy for U.S. corporations
to do business in other countries. They intend
to use cheap labor in those countries, which
will make Americans rich. The U.S. government
claims to bring democracy to Iraq; however, no
country in the world takes such an assertion
seriously. It is an illusion."
Your peers are turning
against you, Michael Moore.... Moore’s acceptance speech at the
75th Annual Academy Awards, for
which he was roundly booed:
More Absolute Stupidity
Moore on the Eve of War
"So today is what you call "the moment of truth,"
the day that "France and the rest of world have
to show their cards on the table. I'm glad to hear
that this day has finally arrived. Because, I gotta
tell ya, having survived 440 days of your lying and
conniving, I wasn't sure if I could take much more."
(Lying and conniving?
No one does it like Michael Moore.)
"There is virtually NO ONE in America
(talk radio nutters and Fox News aside)
who is gung-ho to go to war.
Trust me on this one."
"Finally, we love France. Yes, they have pulled
some royal screw-ups. Yes, some of them can
be pretty damn annoying. But have you forgotten
we wouldn't even have this country known as
America if it weren't for the French? ... And now
they are doing what only a good friend can do --
tell you the truth about yourself, straight, and no b.s.
Quit pissing on the French and thank them for
getting it right for once."
Hey Michael ! They also taught the world
how to surrender and stand for nothing.
9/11 Bush's Fault?
What a damn idiot! Eight months into office
and Moore thinks they did it to get back at Bush!
It is reported that the hijackers planned this for
two years--well before Bush was in office. And,
what about the attempt at bringing down the
World Trade Center in 1993?
Gee, who was president then?
are you blaming Clinton for that one, Michael?
"Many families have been devastated tonight.
This just is not right. They did not deserve to die.
If someone did this to get back at Bush, then they
did so by killing thousands of people who
DID NOT VOTE for him! Boston, New York, DC,
and the planes' destination of California--these
were places that voted AGAINST Bush!"
Remember the heroes of Flight 93--
Jeremy Glick, Edward Felt,
Mark Bingham, Todd Beamer and
he rest of passengers--who died
while taking down the hijackers
and ultimately the plane itself?
These are not heroes to one of
America's premier idiots,
Michael Moore. Here is a rant
from his “comedy act” at
a London club. I hear that he has
repeated this at several venues:
“the passengers were scaredy-cats because
they were mostly white. If the passengers had
included black men, he claimed, those killers,
with their puny bodies and unimpressive small
knives, would have been crushed by the dudes."
put, if there is a war or continued sanctions against Iraq,
he blood of Americans and Iraqis alike will be on our hands.”
“My trip here is to personally record the human
face of the Iraqi
people so that their blood --
along with that of American soldiers --
would not be invisible on my own hands.”
Say You Want a Revolution?
“I don’t know if people value the thought of
revolution any more.
I think it would be an enormously patriotic movement to invest
in the possibility of revolution.
“You guys misprinted me. You had me talking
about some kind
of cultural revolution, and I was talking about taking arms against
I don’t know if revolution is practical because the technology
is such that we’d lose. But I think there’s an enormous amount
of room for an activism that I, shamefully, am not yet enough of
a participant in. But it’s starting to come.
You see these kids now....
Nothing like Seattle happened in 20 years. It is a very hopeful thing.”
"Republican comes in the dictionary just after reptile
and just above repugnant... I looked up Democrat.
It's of the people, by the people, for the people."
She said this to
Bruce Willis at an Awards ceremony.
Because she knew he was a Republican.
The following quotes are taken from a speech in
complained about the lack of access to the media.
How dare President Bush!
After terrorists murdered 3,000 American civilians,
President Bush told the world to choose sides.
It was about time."
I guess Robbins is confused because
he doesn't know what side he's on:
"I imagined our leaders seizing upon this
unity in America after 9/11, this moment when no
one wanted to talk about Democrat versus Republican,
white versus black, or any of the other ridiculous
divisions that dominate our public discourse....
And then came the speech: You are either with us or
against us. And the bombing began."
Then, he compared the
United States of America
to the former Soviet Union:
"In the 19 months since 9-11, we have seen
compromised by fear and hatred. Basic inalienable rights,
due process, the sanctity of the home have been quickly
compromised in a climate of fear.
A unified American public has grown bitterly divided,
and a world population that had profound sympathy and
support for us has grown contemptuous and distrustful,
viewing us as we once viewed the Soviet Union, as a rogue state."
"It seems to me that any sensible person
must see that violence does not change
the world and, if it does, then only temporarily. “
Doesn’t he know violence
stopped the Holocaust
wearing a duct-tape gag bearing the word"Peace,
wannabe president called our troops dogs.
Where are the words of condemnation of Saddam Hussein?
Does he even watch the news reports on how our "dogs" are
increasing the risk to their own lives to avoid civilian casualties?
Does he know many of these people would be future road kill
for Saddam if we did not remove him now?
Does Sheen know anything at all?
"By some demented form of logic, the men,
women and children of Iraq
are relegated to 'collateral damage' as the dogs of war slouch toward Baghdad."
Martin Sheen and Joan Biaz at an anti-war rally
to Stone, the 9/11 mass murders
were not caused by the hate-filled hearts of
Islamic madmen, but by large
American movie-making corporations.:
"The corporations control culture.
They control ideas.
And I think the revolt of
September 11th was about
‘F-- you! F-- your order!’"
He says Fidel Castro
is wise ! ( sheesh ! )
Castro had given three whole days to Oliver Stone,
and that proved to be total immersion --
Stone came away a devout apostle of Castro and
Castroism. He spoke of his encounter:
is wise ! ( sheesh ! )
"We should look to (Castro) as
one of the Earth's wisest people,
one of the people we should consult."
"The War on Terrorism has not been as
as President Bush has stated, and he is feeling
pressure to do something, even if that something
has nothing to do with actually fighting terrorism!
The Bush administration thinks they can fool us
into thinking they have the terrorism situation
under control by going after Saddam, when all
they are doing is exacerbating the problem by
creating more outrage against the United States
from potential terrorists."
How does ole Barbara feel about Jesse Jackson?
“I don't like giving speeches.
First, I don't know what to say.
Then I want to say too much.
But I'm here tonight for one
reason: I'm a sucker for Jesse.”
For the Common People
Streisand had urged her fans to save energy
by using less gas, setting air conditioners
at 78 degrees, handing laundry outside and
Yet she uses SUV’s, limos and private jets,
air conditions an unoccupied 16 room apartment
and of course does not hang her laundry.
When questioned about this, her
"She never meant that it necessarily applied
" It's the head guys who really tick me off.
You dumb down at the top, so what does
that do to the bottom? Who's going to
stand up for us now? I just want someone
smart to stand up and shout, 'Bullshit!'
They tell us we're going to war and no
one's saying 'Bullshit' loud enough. And
the language! Listen to the language!
'Evil.' 'Evil'? 'Nexus of evil'? 'Evil-doer'?
That's my favorite, 'evil-doer'!
What's wrong with their vocabulary:
couldn't they come up with 'schmuck'?"
"So when I see the American flag, I go,
Oh my God, you're insulting me.'"
"'We're here, we're queer!' --
that's what makes my heart swell.
Not the flag, but a gay naked man
or woman burning the flag.
I get choked up with pride."
"We must work to remove injustices
that create terrorism," he said.
"A nation that continues, year after
year, to spend more money on
defense than social programs is
nearing spiritual death," he said.
Glover sees his country as
the enemy and Marxism as the answer.
"I'm saying that the moral climate within
ruling class in this country is not that different
from the moral climate within the ruling
class of Hitler's Germany."
"I'm not comparing Bush to Adolf Hitler -
because George Bush, for one thing,
is not as smart as Adolf Hitler. And
secondly George Bush has much more
power than Adolf Hitler ever had."
"I'm saying that we Americans have sunk
pretty low and I'm saying that you can look
at the moral climate in Germany in 1933.
We have to ask ourselves if we found
ourselves in Nazi Germany, what would
we do? Now I say, let the inspection
process take its course."
August, 2001, she tells a Rolling Stones reporter,
while flipping a double bird and said.....
"Bush is a f*cking idiot"
Money man for Move on .org and other things against America !
Rep. John Conyers
Rep. Conyers attending and speaking at an anti- war rally
Tyne Daly speaking at an anti-war rally
Ramsey Clark attending the same anti-war rally as above.
Asner Democratic Socialists of America member.
Ed Asner’s history of ultra-leftist political involvement
dates back more than twenty years.
In the 1980s, Asner supported Central American Communist
revolutionaries. Medical Aid, an Asner-founded group,
flew leftist actor Mike Farrell to Nicaragua to assist in the surgery
of Sandinista leader Nidia Diaz.
Two months before the surgery, Diaz had killed 15 Americans,
including four Marines and nine civilians.
Another Asner group, the Committee of Concern for Central America,
invited Nicaraguan Marxist strongman Daniel Ortega to the
United States for a nine-day propaganda tour.
Asner, Danny Glover and Woody Harrelson have all visited
Fidel Castro in Cuba and returned singing his praises.
"I've said I've never
broken the drug laws
of my country, and that is the absolute truth."
--Bill Clinton, New Orleans Times Picayune, 4/24/92
Q.- "If you had it to do over again, would you inhale?"
A.- "Sure, if I could... I tried before!"
--Bill Clinton, MTV "Choose or Lose" Special, 6/16/92
"A lot of wonderful people love their country
and hate the military."
- - Bill Clinton, 1969 (Letter to the National Guard)
" The purpose of government is to rein in
the rights of the people"
--Bill Clinton, during an interview on MTV in 1993
"We can't be so fixated on our desire to
preserve the rights of ordinary Americans . . . ."
--William J. Clinton, USA Today, March 11, 1993"
When we got organized as a country and we wrote
a fairly radical Constitution with a radical Bill of
Rights, giving a radical amount of individual
freedom to Americans, it was assumed that the
Americans who had that freedom would use it
However, now there's a lot of irresponsibility.
And so a lot of people say there's too much
freedom. When personal freedom's being
abused, you have to move to limit it."
-- Bill Clinton, 3-22-94, MTV's "Enough is Enough"
"African-Americans watch the same news at
night that ordinary Americans do."
--Bill Clinton on Black Entertainment Television,
November 2, 1994
'We're not inflicting pain on these fuckers,'
Clinton said, softly at first. 'When people
kill us, they should be killed in greater
numbers.' Then, with his face reddening,
his voice rising, and his fist pounding his
thigh, he leaned into Tony Lake, as if it
was his fault. 'I believe in killing people
who try to hurt you. And I can't believe
we're being pushed around by these
two-bit pricks'" . . .
from "All Too Human"
by George Stephanopoulos
"We can't be so fixated on our desire to
preserve the rights of ordinary Americans"
-- Bill Clinton in 1993 from USA Today
"You f*cking Jew b@stard."
political operative Paul Fray. This was revealed
in "State of a Union: Inside the Complex Marriage
of Bill and Hillary Clinton" and has been verified
by Paul Fray and three witnesses.