Saturday, June 24, 2006
Whee. It's Our First Blogiversary!
A whole year of blogging about the pro-atrocity crowd, the pro-torture crowd, about Bush screwing over Vets with PTSD, Bush screwing over soldiers by cheating them of equipment, of money, of treatment, and sending sick soldiers back into battle.
A year of blogging on George Bush morally and fiscally bankrupting the country as he tries Norquistianly to shrink it to a size where, like a NaziCon Andrea Yates, he can drown it in a bathtub.
A year of complaining about blowhard wankers like Anchor Child Poster Child Mickey Malkin and "Can't Tell A Loofah From a Felafel" dirty old man Bill O'Reilly.
A year wondering about the sexuality of Karl Rove, wondering why a grown man would call himself "Scooter," and trying to get AmericaBlog's net-posted lurid porno pix that JimmyJeffGannon Guckert put up of himself on purpose permanently erased from my brain. Eee-ew.
We were pleased and surprised to have been nominated for several Koufax Awards (Best New Blog, Best Post, Wider Recognition). We were neither pleased nor surprised by the general direction of the country, as the shrieky Bushists drive their fascist bus over a cliff.
How about a stroll down Memory Lane for some Golden Oldies? (Yeah, try and stop me.)
"Bubble Boy Brings Back Burqas," here.
"Bubble Boy Wastes Blood and Treasure to Install Medievalist Theocracy In Iraq," here.
"Robertson Calls For Chavez Murder: God's Sixth Commandment Not Good Enough for Anti-Christ-ist Crackpot Right," here.
"Pissing On the Post-Born: The Third-Worlding of America," here.
"Blonde Blowhard Blog-Slagger Flip-Flops: Slobbered Over Right Blogs, Now Slags Blogs Left," here.
"We Can't Care for the Children We Already Have (Andrea Yates Edition)," here.
"SERFIN' U-S-A!!" here.
"Canned Hunts: Killing for Fun," here.
"Lawless George's Little My Lai: Civilian Massacre at Haditha," here.
"The Pro-Atrocity Crowd: Deja Vu All Over Again," here.
"It's Spring. Must Be Time for More All-American Abu Ghraib Torture/Humiliation Pix," here.
Not to mention the Official No Blood for Hubris Mental Health Interlude Number Two, Bush Discovers Faith-Based Gravity.
Many thanks to all our constant readers, and to the inconstant ones, as well.
(Cake credit: Melissa Vaughn.)
Vets with PTSD