Category Archives: Berkeley

Yoo Hoo: Pelosi Knew Too

Walking down Bancroft Avenue today, I noticed this flyer posted on a newspaper box:

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The following flyer deserves to be its companion:

FIRE

UPDATED 5-15-09

Panetta to CIA Employees: We told Pelosi the truth
, Politico.com

Taunted by the GOP, Nancy Pelosi throws a punch-at the CIA, Slate Magazine

EXTRA READING:

Pelosi says she learned of waterboarding in 2003
, Breitbart.com

Why Didn’t Pelosi Act?, RedState.com

Why don’t the Democrats dump Pelosi?
, HotAir.com

List Says Top Democrats Were Briefed on Interrogations, New York Times

Top Pelosi Aide Learned of Waterboarding in 2003, Washington Post

Aide told Pelosi waterboarding had been used, CNN.com

Congress and Waterboarding, WSJ.com

Security Before Politics, Washington Post

Democrats surprised to discover CIA plays politics with intelligence, HotAir.com

Omission Watch: ABC, CBS and NBC Ignore Pelosi’s Torture Hypocrisy, Newsbusters.com

Madame Speaker, Have You No Decency?, Pajamas Media

Pelosi Roasted by Waterboarding Revelations, Pajamas Media

Waffle House, The Daily Show

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Revolutionary Hymns: There’s no one as Irish as Barack Obama

For your amusement, here’s a little ditty from Berzerkley’s Starry Plough club. Take note of the quotation on the wall behind the singer:

“No Revolutionary movement is complete without its poetic expression. If such a movement has caught hold of the imagiantion [sic] of the masses, they will seek a vent in song for the aspirationns [sic], fears, and hopes the loves and hatreds engendered by the struggle. Until the movement is marked by the joyous, defiant singing of revolutionary songs, it lacks one of the most distinctive marks of a popular revolutionary movement; it is the dogma of the few and not the faith of the multitude”

-James Connolly 1907

[Text taken verbatim from the Starry Plough website. Which is more fun: drunk blogging or drunk webmastering?]

Hopefully, the USA won’t become the new Ulster after November 4. Bill Ayers and his buddies will be leading the way (William Ayers’ forgotten communist manifesto: Prairie Fire).

To quote The One himself, this is one of those “ethnic stereotypes that made me cringe.”

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Filed under 2008 Election, Barack Obama, Berkeley, Irish Music, music, Politics