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More Bush Incompetence
Posted by: Dale Franks on Saturday, August 04, 2007

Markos Moulitsas is quoted in an E.J. Dionne article, describing the dark circumstances of Daily Kos' founding.
An Army veteran, a former Republican, and the son of a Salvadoran mother and a Greek father, Moulitsas, 35, created his Daily Kos Web site on May 26, 2002 — "in those dark days," as his site puts it, "when an oppressive and war-crazed administration suppressed all dissent as unpatriotic and treasonous." Daily Kos took off because so many Democrats shared Moulitsas's view of the second President Bush.
Huh. Yeah. Apparently, the Bush Administration had some problems figuring out how the whole suppressing dissent thing was supposed to work. Still, that Moulitsas is really kind of a hero, isn't he? What with standing up against a totalitarian regime almost single-handed and all.
 
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Kos is a legend in his own mind.

Faster than an unexpended round!

More powerful than a Tyco locomotive!

Able to leap small children who are lying down!


If I could draw, I’d be making a fortune from the nutroots selling Kosman Kolor Komics.
 
Written By: Brian Epps
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Still, that Moulitsas is really kind of a hero, isn’t he? What with standing up against a totalitarian regime almost single-handed and all.
I know I can’t remember anyone else on the internet daring to criticize Bush. In discussion forums, blogs, usenet groups, wherever I went, I heard nothing but praise for the Bush administration.
 
Written By: Aldo
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Apparently, the Bush Administration had some problems figuring out how the whole suppressing dissent thing was supposed to work.
See, this is why - when I rule the world - I will forgo the "supressing of dissent", and go right to the "killing of dissent"...
 
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Stalin had Siberia. Bush has Alaska. :tinfoil:
 
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An Army veteran, a former Republican, and the son of a Salvadoran mother and a Greek father, Moulitsas, 35, created his Daily Kos Web site on May 26, 2002 — "in those dark days," as his site puts it, "when an oppressive and war-crazed administration suppressed all dissent as unpatriotic and treasonous." Daily Kos took off because so many Democrats shared Moulitsas’s view of the second President Bush.
Given the way Kos talks about "purging" and "cleansing" his party, it doesn’t take a psych major to see more than a bit of projection going on there.


Oh, the "chill wind" of Bush’s Amerikkka

*SIGH* I wish Bush really was the monster they make him out to be. They’d be right, we wouldn’t be subjected to their idiocy....win-win situation!



 
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Speaking of crushing dissent:

pamasmedia.com/2007/08/soldier_censored_at_kos_conven.php
 
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Written By: James E. Fish
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Thanks for the links guys, but we covered that here.
 
Written By: McQ
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Yeah, shark, I know. If the war really was about oil, why didn’t we just neutron bomb the entire country, and start pumping?
 
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