The Yellow Stain from Texas

Discussion in 'Bay Area Bikers' started by FB, May 26, 2006.

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    FB Guest

    The Yellow Stain from Texas (sung to the tune "Yellow Rose of Texas")

    There's a Yellow Stain from Texas , in Washington DC,

    The leader of the free world representing you and me.

    He claims to stand for values. What values might those be?

    The only one he's shown so far is called hypocrisy.


    He loves domestic spying, ignores the Bill of Rights

    The only group he represents is the religious right.

    He's defied the constitution, he's a scoundrel, plain to see.

    The Yellow Stain from Texas is no president to me.


    He panders to big oil, serves the rich but not the poor

    He represents the end of all this country once stood for

    He says he's got compassion, then kills thousands in Iraq

    While oilmen and 'Born agains' just pat him on the back.


    He stole the Oval Office, he's trampled on our rights,

    But just the same we're all to blame, if we don't set things right.

    He's tossed away due process, your right to privacy.

    The Yellow Stain from Texas is no president to me.


    He points to "nine-eleven," and that is his excuse

    For torture, war and deficits. and prisoner abuse.

    He's a Yellow Stain from Texas, our nation's greatest shame.

    His lies killed more Iraqis, than Saddam Hussein.


    Bill Clinton's Presidency sure had its share of flaws

    We all recall the problems that a little stain can cause

    So let's remove this BIG stain, serve justice while we can

    We'd best impeach him quickly, before he bombs Iran .


    Oh the Yellow Stain from Texas is a stain upon us all

    Got to do some stain removing, or democracy will fall.

    He's the Yellow Stain from Texas , a traitor, plain to see.

    The Yellow Stain from Texas is no president to me.
     
    FB, May 26, 2006
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    Beav Guest

    I'm glad you let us in on that or I'm sure there's not a single person on
    here would've been able to work it out for themselves.

    Snip an absolute pile of shite.


    --
    Beav

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    Beav, May 26, 2006
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    Timberwoof Guest

    Oh, ow. Seems like those lyrics stung a bit.
     
    Timberwoof, May 27, 2006
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    Hank Guest

    Bravo! Well said and done!


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    "The new America, born in sin and arrogance, delusional
    in Manifest Destiny, bred in overabundant gluttony,
    consumerist and materialist, fathered by George W. Bush,
    Dick Cheney and the Cabal of Criminality, a country flocked
    by sheeple, ignorant and conditioned, indifferent to a world
    growing up around it, living delusions of empire and of
    omnipotence, building hatred against it and its policies
    throughout the planet, slowly dumbing down its citizens,
    losing its edge in the sciences and arts, producing a nation
    of acquiescent automatons brainwashed to never question
    authority and always faithfully follow the crimes of governance."
    - Manuel Valenzuela


    "You're doin' a heckuva job, Brownie!" - bu$h, a few days
    before his FEMA chief, Micheal Brown was forced to resign
    because of his gross incomptence.

    "The tools that enable Cuba to save lives and preserve
    human dignity during hurricanes are socialist values
    and organization." - Dr. W.T. Whitney Jr

    Ever wonder who benefits from the 300 MILLION
    U.S. taxpayer dollars spent EACH DAY in Iraq?
    http://www.commondreams.org/views04/0223-08.htm
    http://www.corpwatch.org/article.php?list=type&type=21

    "They are waging a campaign of murder and destruction. And
    there is no limit to the innocent lives they are willing to
    take... men with blind hatred and armed with lethal weapons
    who are capable of any atrocity... they respect no laws of
    warfare or morality."
    -bu$h describing his own war crimes in Iraq.
    http://www.robert-fisk.com/iraqwarvictims_mar2003.htm

    "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things
    that matter." -- Martin Luther King Jr.

    "God told me to strike at al Qaeda and I struck them. And then
    he instructed me to strike at Saddam, which I did."
    -- George W. Bush

    "Hence today I believe that I am acting in accordance with the
    will of the Almighty Creator: by defending myself against the
    Jew, I am fighting for the work of the Lord."
    -- Adolf Hitler

    "Brutal and sadistic? By what girly-man standards? Compared
    to how Saddam treated his prisoners, a bit of humiliation was
    a walk in the park. AFAIK, No one died or even lost any blood."
    -Albert Nurick, a usenet kook, on the rape, torture and murder
    at bu$h's Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.
    (http://www.commondreams.org/headlines04/0512-10.htm)
     
    Hank, May 27, 2006
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  5. Stank a bit is more like it.
     
    High Plains Thumper, May 27, 2006
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    Bike Guy Joe Guest

    Somebody needs a hug....
     
    Bike Guy Joe, May 27, 2006
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    FB Guest

    I'm wondering how the Republicons and Democraps will share power in the
    North American Parliamentary Group that is planned to replace the
    Congress in 2010
    when the North American Security and Prosperity Partnership plan
    surrenders US sovereignty.

    Will the Mexican PRI and the PRD and the MAP be in Washington with the
    US and Canadian senators, or will the Mexicans feel intimidated by the
    Yankees and demand that the capital of the North American Union be
    moved to some "friendlier" place, like Mexico City?

    What should ordinary Americans do to protect their financial futures?

    We 10th generation American Americans have tons of Old Money that we've
    been sitting on since we had to sell our textile mills after cotton
    production went overseas to India and Egypt and the former slave labor
    force sat idle, being unskilled to do anything beside pick and chop
    cotton.

    Every once in a while, we pull out some of the Old Money and loan it to
    the government by buying T-bills (real ones, bought from the Federal
    Reserve Bank, not the bogus CD's that banks offer).

    But the interest rates have been unattractively low for years and the
    stock market has been going sideways, so I've been sitting it out.

    I'm wondering whether to take my large cash position and convert it
    into Swiss francs or hope that the price of gold goes down again before
    2010.

    When the North American Union is formed and the US dollar is replaced
    by "Amero's", the Mexican will suck investor money out of the system as
    fast as it's put in, and deposit it into their Swiss or Bahamian bank
    accounts.

    Mexico will be a vortex of lost investments.

    As soon as the Mexican financiers get done with looting American
    citizens' life savings, it will be time to sell my gold or sell my
    Swiss francs.

    Does anybody have any better stratgies to survive the monetary debacle
    of 2010 and the inflationary aftermath?

    A lot of yuppies who've been smugly joking about rednecks living in
    single wides are going to be living in trailer parks after 2010...

    Four years. Americans have four years to throw the whole damned
    Congress out on their asses and install a new government.

    Who's going to be the leader of the Second Republic?
     
    FB, May 27, 2006
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    FB Guest

    The British tabloids probably have worse things to say about what Tony
    Blair does with George W. Bush in private. Too bad George doesn't
    believe in gay marriage. He will never make Tony and "honest woman".
     
    FB, May 27, 2006
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    dezmo Guest

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    James_ Guest

    Parlimentary group? Rove and company will get rid of that pesky formality of
    voting, and crown King George before that.
     
    James_, May 28, 2006
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    MrTurnipHead Guest

    You can't even type shit properly, so exit the proceedings,
    asshole.

    Hope this helps!

    comments?

    MTH
     
    MrTurnipHead, May 28, 2006
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    needles Guest

    Sooner or later every country gets the government it deserves.
     
    needles, May 29, 2006
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    Timberwoof Guest

    As in "You've been so good, you deserve a reward" or as in "Serves you
    right; you deserve what you get"? In the US, it seems that it's both at
    once, depending on who you are.
     
    Timberwoof, May 29, 2006
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    Bike Guy Joe Guest

    My bike get 52 MPG (VL 800) and I don't drive a car from
    March-November, unless it's required. (picking up large items like a
    small tractor, or contruction material)
     
    Bike Guy Joe, May 29, 2006
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    needles Guest

    Sooner or later every country gets the government it deserves.

    As in "You've been so good, you deserve a reward" or as in "Serves you
    right; you deserve what you get"? In the US, it seems that it's both at
    once, depending on who you are.


    I wonder if the Germans felt that way about Hilter
    Or the Russians about Stalin
    Then there is the British and Margaret Thatcher.
     
    needles, May 29, 2006
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    Timberwoof Guest

    Needles, some of what you wrote was written by me; some was written by
    someone else. None of that is clear by the way you don't quote text. You
    use Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2900.2869 which is capable of quoting
    correctly. Please either set it up to quote correctly or get a different
    newsreader.

    Now as for what you wrote: yes, that is my point. Do Americans feel that
    the Germans "deserved" Hitler? What did americans to do "deserve" W? Or
    the Iraqis ... what did they do to "deserve" having the US set up Saddam
    Hussein in the first place, and then to have the current government
    there?
     
    Timberwoof, May 29, 2006
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    FB Guest

    They became too trusting and they left too many things for "George" to
    do.

    And then along came the Bush crime family and we aren't necessarily
    going to be done with them in 2008.
     
    FB, May 29, 2006
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  18. Sure we will. I'll tell you one of the great secrets of American politics.

    Americans fundamentally do not like conflict in presidential politics. The
    only way that the party in the Executive branch can hold on to power for
    the long term, and I mean successive Presidencies, is to appear to be
    inclusive of the party out of power. And I am dead serious on this.

    It was not always this way. Previous to the Roosevelt administration
    the general US population actually enjoyed political conflict, because most
    people
    at that time viewed conflict as healthy, as being the only way to get all
    points of view on the table.

    But sometime after WWII this changed, probably as a result of the
    war and probably much more a result of television flattening American
    culture.

    Today, all Americans are brought up to believe that the culture is only
    healthy if every last person agrees on everything. Call it political
    correctness of you will, call it a side effect of the same news and
    television
    programming broadcast on a national level, whatever. The point is that
    very few people believe that differences of opinion are healthy anymore.

    This axiom was discovered sometime in the early 60's or so and since
    that time, the national political parties have figured out that during a
    presidential election, if they can successfully get the idea across that the
    party in power is completely ignoring the party out of power, and stomping
    all over the party out of power, that the country will vote out the party in
    power.

    That is why during 2003 there was an orgy of Republicans bending over
    backwards to seem to be accomodating to the Democrats, and Kerry's
    big failure was that he spent too much time focusing on how he would do
    things so much better, and not enough time raking up all the mud of the
    current administration. But what did anyone expect, Kerry was an insider,
    a sitting Senator, and he knew if he lost if he had gone for broke and
    highlighted all the dirty deals and lies of the adminstration, that there
    would be hell
    to pay in the Senate. The stupidest thing about the 2004 election was
    that the 2000 "tie" election basically handed the Presidency to the
    Democrats,
    for 2004, and it was a pretty good example of how seriously borked that
    the Democratic leadership really had become that they muffed it. Al Gore
    really did know what he was doing when he bowed out of that one.

    Since then however the selection of the Supreme Court justices has basically
    screwed it for the Republicans, and they know it. So now they all know they
    are going to be goners in 2008 so they are just raping and pillaging as much
    as
    they can.

    The really annoying thing is that if Clinton could have just kept his dick
    in
    his pants, Bush would not have won in 2000 and things would have been
    a lot different. It's just one more example of how a single decision by one
    person at a crucial time can have a huge effect on history.

    Ted
     
    Ted Mittelstaedt, May 30, 2006
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    Rich Guest

    Part of the truth is that we don't know what *we* want. I could no more
    be a Democrat than I could be a christian. I want the Republicans out
    of power badly enough that I will vote for Democrats, but sometimes I
    want the Democrats to stand for something different, like maybe ending
    unilaterally the war on terror, and yet I find myself choking when the
    Democrats propose running against our troglodyte Board of Supervisors
    (who are busy trying to nullify medical marijuana even though it is
    supported by 2/3 of the population of SD County) by putting up a labor
    union organizer.

    If I am the least bit typical of the capturable vote that Democrats must
    get if they are to throw the current bums out, it's no wonder they're
    having trouble figuring out who they should be.

    Rich, Urban Biker
     
    Rich, May 30, 2006
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    FB Guest

    Oh, but those kings and sultans knew how to wheel and deal and make
    alliances and break alliances. That's reminiscent of how the Germans
    made alliances with the Russians before WWII and broke the treaty when
    they decided to invade. And America operates the same way, supporting
    dictators in various countries, and then
    ending the support.

    Salah al Din had great respect for Richard and said that he would have
    wished to have him as an ally instead of an enemy in the endless
    dynastic wars of Islam.

    My own ancestor, Sir Richard de Tyldene, was with King Richard at the
    Battle of Ashkelon in the Third Crusade.

    I had occasion to research the Crusades, trying to prove or disprove a
    friend's assertion that his Swiss or Alsatian ancestors were somehow
    descended from
    sultan Salah al Din. They probably weren't, because "Saladin" was not
    the sultan's surname, it was Ayyub, the name of a Muslim dynasty and
    the Ayyub family is still somewhere in Lebanon or Syria and claims to
    possess Salah al Din's sword.

    Salah al Din ruled Egypt but he was not Egyptian. He was a Kurd.
     
    FB, May 30, 2006
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