Barbara Ehrenreich: "In the 'dress for success' literature we learn not to look 'too feminine' or of course 'too sexy.' Shoulder length hair has to go; large breasts should be concealed under mannish jackets. Corporate dress guru John Molloy actually warns women against the “too busty” look, as if an elective double mastectomy might be a good career move." Robert Kuttner: "The world that Bush inherited was not an easy place in which to promote U.S.-style civil society, or a civil world order. But Bush has poured oil on the flames (or in his case, flames on the oil). It will take decades to undo the damage and restore a world in which pro-democracy again equals pro-America. In the meantime, we need nothing so much as an outbreak of democracy at home." Russ Feingold: "This administration reacts to anyone who questions this illegal program by saying that those of us who demand the truth and stand up for our rights and freedoms somehow has a pre-9/11 world view. In fact, the President has a pre-1776 world view." Ed Schwartz: "This President seems to be of the view that it's an honor to die for your country but an imposition to pay for it."


Blogger Shimmy said...

I don't know what's more exciting:

1. Waiting for Alito to get his hands on Josef K.


2. Thinking about U.S. soldiers force-feeding hunger-strikers at Guantanamo.

Hooray for our chains!

2/10/2006 09:17:00 AM  

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