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German police baffeled by Bush poo-flags
by no one
Monday Mar 21st, 2005 8:43 PM
German police baffeled by Bush poo-flags
Police in Germany are hunting pranksters who have been sticking
miniature flag portraits of US President George W. Bush into piles of
dog poo in public parks. Josef Oettl, parks administrator for Bayreuth,
said: "This has been going on for about a year now, and there must be
2,000 to 3,000 piles of excrement that have been claimed during that

The series of incidents was originally thought to be some sort of
protest against the US-led invasion ofIraq. And then when it continued
it was thought to be a protest against President George W. Bush's
campaign for re-election. But it is still going on and the police say
they are completely baffled as to who is to blame. "We have sent out
extra patrols to try to catch whoever is doing this in the act," said
police spokesman Reiner Kuechler. "But frankly, we don't know what we
would do if we caught them red handed." Legal experts say there is no
law against using feces as a flag stand and the federal legal experts
say there is no law against using feces as a flag stand and the federal
constitution is vague on the issue.

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by DLi
Tuesday Mar 22nd, 2005 1:32 PM
From my viewpoint, this is a creative reminder that the Bushwhacked Regime has put itself into piles of dog manure. to paraphrase a popular saying, "If you give out shit, you get cow dung in return."
by old news
Wednesday Mar 23rd, 2005 6:02 AM,1564,1463250,00.html

Doggy Doo as Political Statement

Many Germans have a bad taste in their mouths towards the US since the start of the current Iraq war. But someone in Bayreuth, Germany also has a bad smell in his nose.

Since the US invasion in Iraq in 2003, relations between the US and Germany have cooled off. Many German citizens have less than a rosy opinion of American President George W. Bush. In the German city of Bayreuth, an unknown assailant has been venting his feelings toward the US -- and those feelings do not exactly, shall we say, smell like roses.

The man or woman has "decorated" some 2,000 to 3,000 piles of puppy poop in a city park with little American flags. Josef Öttl of Bayreuth's Castle and Garden Administration is baffled and a little upset about the matter.

"Maybe someone is protesting the war in Iraq or just trying to let people know that there are too many dog droppings in the park," he said.

The park worker said that the perpetrator frequently stops for weeks on end, only to then "decorate" up to 100 more piles of the canine excrement in a night. Öttl feels that the US is being insulted by the actions.

The police has increased patrols in the area, but a police spokesman said it is not a criminal act to place American flags in doggy doo. One state prosecutor pointed out that freedom of expression is highly protected in the German constitution.

Author DW staff (jdk)
by really old news
Wednesday Mar 23rd, 2005 6:19 AM

Poo Prank

<a href=",,2-2005030515,00.html">The Sun reports on this very odd form of political protest:

GERMAN police are hunting for a gang who have been going around Berlin sticking tiny American flags into dog poo. Officers say they are baffled by the bizarre behaviour - which does not break any laws - and have stepped-up patrols to catch the gang.
Cops had initially thought the jokers were protesting about the war in Iraq, according to But the pranks continued throughout George W Bush's re-election leaving detectives without a clear motive.
Police spokesperson Reiner Kuechler said: "We have sent out extra patrols to try to catch whoever is doing this in the act. But frankly, we don't know what we would do if we caught them red-handed."
Park boss Josef Oettl added: "This has been going on for about a year now, and there must be 2000 to 3000 piles of excrement that have been claimed during that time."

It seems like the real criminals here are the people who aren't cleaning up after their dogs.
Posted: Wed Jan 19, 2005 | Total Comments: 11
Category: Gross, Politics, Pranks
by c j b
Sunday Apr 17th, 2005 11:01 AM
its time to get more flags
by Applause
Monday Apr 18th, 2005 10:33 PM
I couldn't imagine a better place for portraits of Bush
by NoBushPerson
Tuesday Apr 19th, 2005 12:35 AM
We don't like him in the US either.
by Femmevolution
(shawnapscott [at] Wednesday Apr 20th, 2005 1:25 PM
I'd like to order a ton of those flags... where can I get some? Please email. Thank you!
by Marcus
Wednesday Apr 20th, 2005 1:39 PM
So, the really big question is: If there is no law against using dog shit as a flag stand, WHY are german police "hunting" the pranksters and for God's sake why are they wasting valuable police time on sending out EXTRA patrols! -- Jesus people, someone stuck a Bush Flag into a pile of dog shit...get over it!! -- Isn't there a rape happening down the block you could intervene on? Isn't there a crazed Fascist Lunatic somewhere plotting the takeover of your country and the murder of millions of jews? -- Oh, sorry...that was last century...
by A Liberal
Friday Apr 22nd, 2005 8:42 AM
We saw the disdain for public areas when we visited Germany. Noone curbs their dogs or disposes of poop. Putting the Bush flag in the poop is an ingenious combination of hygiene and political opinion. Gotta love those Germans.
by Zach
(wildcatzach2 [at] Sunday Apr 24th, 2005 3:09 PM
I think this is just rude... if you don't like Bush, whoop-dee-doo, he's not ruling YOUR country, Germans! And in America, if oyu don't like Bush, that's your opinion, so keep it to yourself!
by Larry Rand
(larryrand [at] Monday Apr 25th, 2005 9:21 AM
Maybe something was lost in translation — doesn't the authority quoted in the story want to say that he doesn't know what they'd do if someone were caught brown-handed?

Nevertheless, it must a shocking sight in such a functionally fixed society. It could lead to even greater felonies, like setting out the silverware crooked...
by Maco Rodriguez
(hotmaco75 [at] Monday Apr 25th, 2005 12:11 PM
Why would you ask people to keep their opinion to themeselves when you can't even do that yourself? I mean, it is your opinion that the US doesn't rule Germany or whatever.

* You may want to stop reading here, as I am about to express my opinion. *

In my opinion the US does rules on more than the US itself, and that is why there are people putting flags on dog poop as if they had been claimed by Bush. Get it? Although US law may not apply to any other country, US economic, militaristic, and environmental desicions (amongst other types) tend to affect the state of the whole world at large in a very measurable way.
by Casper Green
Tuesday Apr 26th, 2005 2:44 PM
My dog died. Now what do I do?
by BushesFormerCocaineBuddy
Wednesday Apr 27th, 2005 8:36 AM
In response to "That's just rude"

"I think this is just rude... if you don't like Bush, whoop-dee-doo, he's not ruling YOUR country, Germans! And in America, if oyu don't like Bush, that's your opinion, so keep it to yourself!"

Bush has made life more difficult for many people including Germans. They have a right to express their opinions about Bush as we American not only have a right, but a responsibility as citizens to voice our opinions.

by Gregor
Wednesday Apr 27th, 2005 2:13 PM
It seems to me that Bush is the President, but if asked does he represent me? I have to answer no. Does he represent this country? Yes, for a limited time and in that time, very poorly. I don't see the US Flag in the feces, just Dubya's. People are doing it in Portland, Oregon now. You know, the city George I labelled "Little Beirut."

The point is this. I do not subscribe the the cult of personality that Bush represents this country in any way I would consider an example. He's just the President. I would fight for my rights and for my country if we were attacked, but not for George II, like a lot of people would/are.
by Abbie
Friday Apr 29th, 2005 10:08 AM
"I think this is just rude... if you don't like Bush, whoop-dee-doo, he's not ruling YOUR country, Germans! And in America, if oyu don't like Bush, that's your opinion, so keep it to yourself!"

Keep it to myself? Are you trying to silence me? Is it not the beauty of America that I'm FREE TO VOICE MY DISSENT? Not only that, but it is OUR DUTY AS AMERICANS to keep the government in check. What is with your blatant disregard of THE FIRST AMENDMENT?
by Pooey
Friday Apr 29th, 2005 9:09 PM
This one I love,

These Germans are extraordinary,

Bush's head on 2000 piles of poo


Bush poo as far as the eye can see!!

Can't we do this on the Golden Gate Bridge???

The stink would be overwheming!!!!!

The pleasure of seeing Bush's head where it belongs!!!!!

The best compliment you can give him!!!!!

by Non Believer
(defrog69 [at] Tuesday May 3rd, 2005 11:02 PM

Guess the leaver of flags see's the truth about the goverment and wants to show their feeling on what horrible things that go on , the things the gov is doin. Perhaps u all should make notes and open ur minds to the secrets and damage they are doin

by John McCarthy
(vpocv [at] Wednesday May 4th, 2005 7:53 AM
You've got to be sh!tting me!
by Jonathan Stephenson
(jonathan_stephenson [at] Wednesday May 4th, 2005 7:42 PM
I believe these to be works of art, the likeness to Bush, the flags are stuck in, is amazing!
by Kaibab
(piscatorium [at] Wednesday May 11th, 2005 2:03 AM
In response to "this is rude," I must say that I am appalled that the author would suggest that as an American I am to keep my opinion to myself. As someone else pointed out this author already failed to keep his opinion to himself; however, be that as it may, I still feel it necessary to iterate that this country was founded by opinionated (and vocal about it) people. Imagine where this country would be if the Continental Congressmen kept their opinions to themselves--we'd lack the Declaration of Independence (the list of grievances being highly opinionated) and where would be as a nation if Thomas Paine had kept his opinion to himself, rather than publishing his pamphlet? Quite possibly still under the rule of the British. . .
by cecilia
Friday May 20th, 2005 11:18 AM
What lovely satire!
Thank you, whoever you are!

and for those that don't "get it", recall please this:

To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public.
-Theodore Roosevelt, 26th US President (1858-1919)

If only Teddy was pres today! America wouldn't be walking in shit. And the american government has been shitting on the Bill of Rights for years because idiot voters are blind to the real situation.
too bad, this used to be a great country.
by Aaron Aarons
Friday May 20th, 2005 2:14 PM
Correction: That should be: Bush is just the tip of the shitpile!

The shitpile I'm talking about is the Good Ole U.S. of A, of course!

Teddy Roosevelt, whom cecilia seems to admire so much, presided over the murder of perhaps 1,000,000 Filipinos during the U.S. conquest of the Philippines. And if she thinks "this used to be a great country", either she's blind to history or has an idea of greatness that I and, I hope, most people reading this, don't share.

by SpeakOutAgain&quot;Freedom&quot;
Friday May 20th, 2005 3:22 PM
Theodore Roosevelt -
To announce that there must be no criticism of the president, or that we are to stand by the president, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public. (1918)

Bush equals what his flags are stuck into. He has made the world a more dangerous place for everyone both economically, enviromentally and personal rights-wise. He is all about freedom, but he is the one who is the biggest oppressor. Down with the Fascists!!! Down with Bush!!!
by Apocuna
(guido_lucky [at] Friday May 20th, 2005 3:32 PM
it is about time someone.... complete what was missed for years.... the pieces of brain of Mr. Bush..............
by Karlos
Saturday May 21st, 2005 6:42 AM
Bit of a grave insult to the dog turd community, don't you think?
by Random Dude.
Saturday May 21st, 2005 8:22 PM
What exactly is a great country then?
by Great country
Saturday May 21st, 2005 9:01 PM
One things for sure--that as long as people measure from the bottom up, they'll continue to except plenty of injustice.
by German-Girl
Sunday May 22nd, 2005 5:12 AM
I am proud to be a German! *sticks her tongue out*
by comorbid
Sunday May 22nd, 2005 9:42 AM
That photo would be the perfect replacement for this billboard:


And is anyone esle reminded of those "The Giant Has A Posse" stickers?
by bear
Monday May 23rd, 2005 8:36 AM
Johannesburg police have opened an arson docket after Saturday's gas blast in which at least 21 people were burnt at the German School's annual beer festival.

Parkview police station would be conducting the investigation, said Johannesburg police spokesperson Sergeant Sanku Tsunke on Sunday.

One of the injured was in Milpark Hospital's intensive care unit on Sunday, while five were in the hospital's high care ward, said hospital spokesperson Monique Lanz. Another two victims remained in a general ward. Two had been discharged.

All of them - believed to be mainly German and Swiss nationals Nsustained burns when a cloud of cooking gas ignited at the beerfest.
by Matt
Monday May 23rd, 2005 8:38 AM
A coordinated search for a police dog that's been missing for nearly six days since he broke free from his handler in a wooded section of York has been called off.

BERWICK, Maine (AP) -- The handler, Berwick Police Officer Chad Allen, is continuing to search the woods for the tan and black German shepherd named Baron.
Baron disappeared Tuesday during a search for an intruder who entered a woman's home. The dog was wearing a reflective harness and had a 20-foot leash on him when he disappeared.

by Friendly american (who detests W)
Monday May 23rd, 2005 8:56 AM
This is a beautiful article about a beautiful thing! Thank you Germany - simply gorgeous!!!
by theman
(theman [at] Monday May 23rd, 2005 1:29 PM
Go to for free Bush flags. You can download and print them yourself, or send in a SASE.

For the record, the first article I read about the folks in Germany had them using "US Flags", not the yellow Bush flags I make. Not sure how my project got tied to the article, but there's a good chance they're not the same.

by American who thinks Bush is poo
Tuesday May 24th, 2005 8:19 AM
no further comment necessary
by Move-on Org
(d.corbin.s [at] Tuesday May 24th, 2005 8:49 AM
These pictures will make wonderful bumper stickers!
by Robert Johnson
(jsmith [at] Tuesday May 24th, 2005 11:10 AM
Bush Lover better than poo Lover or whatever it is you Germans do !
by Lynnie
Tuesday May 24th, 2005 11:23 AM
This is article is a really good argument against poop scoop laws.
by a German
Tuesday May 24th, 2005 11:37 AM
After more than a decade of putting itself back together again, Germany and its visitors are reaping the rewards of unity. Huge investments in infrastructure and services are not only erasing the Cold War dividing lines, scars caused by World War II are also finally disappearing. In real terms, this means that travelers are likely to move around the country faster, dine better and experience new attractions like the Reichstag's glass dome. A lot has changed, yet chances are that repeat visitors will still find the things they always liked: the restaurant serving huge helpings of sauerbraten or the biergarten with liter upon liter of lager and wheat beer.
Once you stop looking at Germany strictly in terms of east and west, you'll start to see it as the Germans do: as regions sharply defined by dialect, food, traditions and history. For the best perspective, sample as many regions as possible. Booming Berlin, now the No. 1 tourist magnet, is the clearest benefactor of reunification. Visitors to the cultural centers of Dresden, Leipzig and Weimar in eastern Germany will find improved amenities there as well. The north has the delightful old seafaring cities of Hamburg and Bremen. Along the Rhine and Moselle Rivers are picturesque castles and steep, terraced vineyards. The Grimm Brothers collected the tales they heard in a trail of villages from Hanau to Bremen. In the south are snow-capped Alps, the alluring Black Forest, Munich and Bavaria's boisterous beer halls and rococo palaces and churches.

Although it has plenty of fairy-tale sights and picturesque scenery that is reminiscent of medieval times, Germany is without a doubt a postindustrial, multicultural country with all the inherent advantages and conflicts. Reunification is a huge social and economic undertaking, and it comes on top of an already heavy and, at times, troubling history. Travelers to Germany will probably not be affected by much of this, but on the other hand, visitors shouldn't expect all parts of the country, at all times, to be an Oktoberfest.

Information by Northstar Travel Media LLC

by flags
(poo-flags [at] Tuesday May 24th, 2005 2:47 PM
This form of protest actually started in the UK, not Germany, as recently reported. The original poo-flags website was set up during the run up to the invasion of the Iraq, and appeared on Indymedia from time to time. The poo-flags website is no longer maintained, but the content is still available at:

And most importantly, the gallery and DOWNLOADS section (with printable "American Foreign Policy" flags and flyers) are still fully operational :) For some reason, the poo-flags website generated more activity in Germany and the Czech Republic than anywhere else, though there were quite a few contributors from USA and Canada as well. It's great to see that the idea has taken hold! Props to the German group and to madeyouthink!
Tuesday May 24th, 2005 7:57 PM
by Teo
Thursday May 26th, 2005 6:21 AM
I think that this is a well orchestrated idea. I hope to see the trend grow to make national news.

He has spent Billions of taxpayer dollars on a senseless war. We need our troops home protecting our borders. That would better money spent and our troops wouldn't have to die for nothing. They are not dying for our freedom. We are already free or are we?

"Don't Blame Me" I didn't vote for him!!
by The Beadz
Thursday May 26th, 2005 10:07 AM
FINALLY! A visual that lives up to the REALITY of what's really going on! Bush's grand plan is to put his piss yellow flag at the helm of every streaming pile of poop on this planet!! What a GREAT metaphor!

It's subtle and sophmoric at the same time!
by Jessie Lilley
(jlilley [at] Friday May 27th, 2005 7:40 AM
This is a lovely photograph and amusing story. In fact, I think I may have to link it to my site. Would that I had thought of it. So, where may I send donations for more flags?

Jessie Lilley
Mondo Cult Magazine
by g6
Friday May 27th, 2005 3:43 PM
too much GMO food it looks like-really mutated that sucker!
by g6
Friday May 27th, 2005 3:44 PM
too much GMO food it looks like-really mutated that sucker!
by GJG
Monday May 30th, 2005 5:02 AM
Good indication of the progress made by the German people and the depths to which US government has sunk in the last 60 years.
(pmof [at] Tuesday May 31st, 2005 1:20 PM
Yeah, alright. You know Bush is fucking up when the country that used to be NAZI puts his picture in dog crap.
by Rob
Wednesday Jun 1st, 2005 9:09 PM
Andy Warhol would be pleased. As would John Waters who would serve them on a tray as hors deurves! High art for our times!
by Tony Perez
(Professorperez [at] Wednesday Jun 1st, 2005 10:00 PM
this is a beautiful rhetorical act stating the obvious in that George W. Bush is certainly the leader that has taken what was once something we could live on and digest into an obvious pile of shit...that which the Germans can see has happened to these United States. You are the King of your domain, George!!!
by Holly
Thursday Jun 2nd, 2005 6:38 PM
They ought to put the flags in head first!

Where can I send money to support the cause?
by Heinrich Himmler
Friday Jun 3rd, 2005 6:04 AM
But surely there's a law against abusing animals.
by freebrain
Friday Jun 3rd, 2005 7:38 AM
What a great idea!
Where do we get the flags??
by G
Friday Jun 3rd, 2005 4:56 PM
go to to download your own flags in pdf format or send them a self addressed stamped envelope and they will get some to you.
by CR
Saturday Jun 4th, 2005 9:48 AM
We have some nice bison pies in our yard that could use decoration...
by no one
(maidmarion2ut) Monday Jun 6th, 2005 10:18 AM
I like it? I wish I had thought of it!
by Moxie
Tuesday Jun 7th, 2005 6:03 AM
Great idea. I am starting my own group to do do " Poo Patrol" in this area of NC. A great thing to do on vacation when visiting other areas too. I guess I could be fined for littering, so it needs to be a covert operation. You know, like our governments covert operations, that we don't hear about. Maybe the local press will catch wind of this! One can only hope, but since the press rarely does stories that effect our lives, this one will be right up their alley.
by Merchant Captain
Wednesday Jun 8th, 2005 4:10 AM
It just amazes me that no one state side thought of that first. This is just another reason our foriegn relation need to be addressed for the up and coming election and I am buying a bigger dog!
by Steven Gowin
(steven.gowin [at] Thursday Jun 9th, 2005 5:38 PM
Personally, I think the little flags desecrate the dog poo under them. I mean, dog poo looks good compared to the Scrub.
(DARK4EYES [at] AOL.COM) Tuesday Jun 21st, 2005 12:20 PM


by Lawrence Santoro
(Larry [at] Wednesday Jun 22nd, 2005 12:32 PM
At least it warns people to stay away! Who'd step that close to a picture that ugly?
by Lawrence Santoro
(Larry [at] Wednesday Jun 22nd, 2005 12:32 PM
At least it warns people to stay away! Who'd step that close to a picture that ugly?
by Leslie Smith
Thursday Jun 23rd, 2005 9:38 AM
Speak for yourself, not the country. The voters have spoken for the majority of us so just get over it, jerk!!!
by to Leslie Smith
Thursday Jun 23rd, 2005 9:47 AM
First of all, about just over half of the registered voters voted. (That means far from a majority of this country voted for that scumbag)
Second, the ones who did, were victims of a manipulative propaganda campaign. If you aren't simply a mindless/uncritical bush-bot, check out these links for starters.
We can debate further if you still somehow think that the Bush administration is a good thing for the country or the world.

or see

by Elam Zook
(elamzook [at] Thursday Jun 23rd, 2005 12:32 PM
I love those Germans! I must find some of those flags and start that wonderful custom here. My German friends cannot believe that we elected (by a very small majority) a retarded moronic ignorant President who had two DWI's over a brilliant intelligent man who had three purple hearts--no wonder they are doing this!!!
by James
(jim_mo [at] Thursday Jun 23rd, 2005 10:57 PM
I think- knowing the demeanor of the President, he too gets a little chuckle out of all this.
by ajfjvf
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 7:25 AM
I am ashamed of all of you. To would regale and hail the sad antics of a people who instigated two world wars and inhilated over 10 million Jews, Poles, Catholics, scientists, philosophers, teachers - terrorized its neighbors, confiscated billions in property and gold all to perpetuate its sick ideal, fascism; to cheer on the public humiliation of the image of the duly-elected leader of the greatest democratic nation on earth ... shame on you ALL.
by ahistorical nonsense
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 7:42 AM
Most Germans hadn't even been born when that happened.

>the duly-elected leader

Gimme break, First, he was appointed by the Supreme Court. Then his buddies fixed the next election with their crooked voting machines.

>the greatest democratic nation on earth

Built by slaves on stolen land.
by more jingoistic crap
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 7:58 AM
the quote"duly-elected leader of the greatest democratic nation on earth "

the "leader":

the leadership:

by ajfjvf
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 8:21 AM
Bite me. By-the-way ... it's "an historical nonsense", you illliterate morone.
by ajfjvf --pedictable
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 9:11 AM
Can't really debate the issues or have substantive dialogue--only capable of low-level commentary like "bite-me"
the "leader":

the leadership:

let me know if you actually read these and can discuss the content without doing the typical mindless dismissal of the source that right-wingers tend to do, when they don't have a real argument based on facts/sources/reason.
by Alena Angel
(rowena138 [at] Friday Jun 24th, 2005 9:20 AM
by ajfjvf
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 10:40 AM
Right ... like the comment above ... "built by slaves on stolen land" ... totally based on fact. You should sue your school for your basic lack of education. Have you actually taken a history lesson?
by to ajfjvf
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 10:45 AM
Let me restate my previous post as it seems you would like to latch on to another comment rather than tackle something with actual substance
Can't really debate the issues or have substantive dialogue--only capable of low-level commentary like "bite-me"
the "leader":

the leadership:

let me know if you actually read these and can discuss the content without doing the typical mindless dismissal of the source that right-wingers tend to do, when they don't have a real argument based on facts/sources/reason.
It is already, sadly, looking like you will not/cannot engage in a coherent exhange of ideas/opinions/arguments, but I'll give you another opportunity to comment on my links
by ajfjvf
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 10:54 AM
You have me laughing over here ...
by to ajfjvf
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 12:00 PM
Unable to truly engage..
Predictable and sad.
Let me know if you want to do your homework and become involved in a real dialogue. At this time, as I thought, you can't and you choose to submit infantile rantings and simpleton commentary. "You have me laughing" is easlily translated to: "I can't refute the facts so I will fearfully cling onto my beliefs that are based in falsehood/propaganda/ect. because it is easier than entertaining the possiblility that I may be wrong/misinformed or have to....Change."
I'm sure this will resonate, although you'll be hard pressed to admit it.
by ajfjvf
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 12:16 PM
I am sure my cousin would agree with you. I drive him crazy, too. Be of good cheer ... I get the impression you are "frothing-at-the-mouth". Relax and read a history book, preferrably one without a Marxist author. Happy Trails!
by to ajfjvf
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 12:48 PM
Once again, your ignorance is glaringly obvious.
You can't engage or dispute the facts as your knowledge base is limited to poor media(you're probably another AM-nut-radio propaganda victim. This is the last time I'll give you an opportunity to actually respond with some substance, otherwise I'll have to (and this is most likely correct) assume that it is you who don't have the historical knowledge/education to back up what you're saying.
Please prove me wrong. Or do some research.
I work fulltime and go to school but will make sure I check regularly to see if you are all childish one-liners or have something of value to say. I get the feeling that my last email where I touched on fear resonated with you as evidenced by the "frothing at the mouth" comment. Just a hunch. Let's see if you're capable of true debate.
by the world needed Bush
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 12:48 PM
The US has been doing messed up things for generations. The US has a long track record of overthrowing democratic leaders and replacing them with dictators, like Mossadeq in Iran , Allende in Chile, Papandreou in Greece, and Lumumba in the Congo. The attempted overthrow of Chavez in Venezuela and the overthrow of Aristide in Haiti show that the US continues to do things like this today. And one doesnt see a huge difference between US leaders. Eisenhower overthrew the first democratic government in Iran, under Kennedy there was the Bay Of Pigs attempted invasion of Cuba, under Johnson there was support for Suharto when he came to power and killed over a million leftists in Indonesia, under Nixon we had the bombing of Cambodia and the overthrow of Allende....

It would be nice to think that Bush is fundamentally worse than previous US leaders but the truth is that he either cares less or is just bad about trying to court world public opinion. Bush is a gift to the world in that it's one of those rare times that the curtain is pulled back and people like Cheney, Rumsfeld, Ashcroft, Wolfowitz, Condolessa Rice and the rest of the fascists can be seen by most of the world for what they are. The people running foreign policy uner Clinton, Bush Sr, Carter and before are (give or take a few high level officials) the same people running US foriegn policy now. Albright has said she would have invaded Iraq if she could have and her actions were only less inhumane in that they were on a lesser scale.

The world has needed to stand up to US power for a long time and Bush helps to clarify this. The world needed Bush so it could see the US for what it is. Bush has united the world against the US and while anger at Bush personally is useful to rally more people against US hegemony, its good to realize that just changing the face (or political party) behind the US's fascist foreign policy isnt going to make things any better.
by ajfjvf
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 1:05 PM
Wow ... a little too "Muslim-extreme-ist" for me. Maybe you two can debate each other ... I am out-of-here ...
by bush is a joke
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 1:20 PM
While Bush may worry some, he is doing a lot to make the US weaker and thats a good thing.

He has politicized science in a way that makes the US less of a leader and with children being raised with intellegent design and being told the world is only a few thousand years old in public schools the US should soon fall behidn most countries where education isnt manipulated by the Christian equivalent of the Taliban. And there is no need to worry that the horrible educational system in the US will be made up for by a brain drain from other countries when the US has started being so suspicious of immigrants (the numbers of top level graducate students comming to the US has already dropped.

Bush also has made the idea of US moral leadership a joke. The US never was that great, but the excuses made for torture in Iraq, detention without trial of noncitizens at Gitmo, and the weird "enemy combatant" label that allows the executive branch to lock up anyone indefinitely without any charges or judicial review make the hypocracy of the US lecturing the world about human rights even more blatant (it is strange that no news show talking about some of the humiliation cases at Abu Ghraib and Gitmo didnt mention that there have been worse cases by US prison guards such as sticking people in cells with sexual predators as punishment, organizing gladiator tournaments betwen jail gangs...)
We may soon have a new Constitutional ammendment agianst flag burning, that will be a fun exercise for teachers who have to teach the US Consitution; it will officially be a repeal of part of the First Ammendment so like with the Prohibition ammendment there will have to be a little note after the First Ammendment saying how it was repealed under George Bush (because US voters decided a piece of cloth was more important than actual freedom).

While people abroad who despise the US may look on Bush in fear, he may be a long term gift in that 50 years from now he will likely be remembered as the leader who brought US power to it's knees.
by scholar
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 1:25 PM
Ahhh, man ... you take the fun out of every thing. Hey, where did you learn to spell?
by the world needed Bush
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 1:32 PM
None of the leaders I mention the US overthrowing in that list above were Muslim extremists. Until recently the US tended to support most Muslim extremists around the world (from helping the Saudis spread Wahabi Islam to arming and training terrorists in Afghansitan like Hekmatyar and even Bin Laden)

Just looiking at one US backed coup usually ignored by the left:
Papandreou in Greece was an elected right of center leader but I guess not right wing enough (or was seen as a problem to US ally Turkey) since the US overthrew him to get the dictator George Papadopoulos (as with most right wingers Im sure you have never actually read a history book and just thought Papadopoulos was the last name of the familly on Webster)
Hatred for the US in Greece is partly a result of US policy there in the late 60s; this usually isnt explained when you see brief TV images of kids throwing molotovs at the US embassy during Iraq war protests (those kids look very similar to those who took part in the student uprising of November 17 1973 to get the US backed dictator out and an elected government in).

by bush is a joke
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 1:51 PM
Its funny how right-wingers are great at typing insults but can never actually hold their own in an argument. Luckilly for the world, they just might be stupid enough to drive the US into the ground. The question is how long it will take and how many others will have to suffer before the US is weak enough that it is forced to mind its own business and let the world sort out its problems without the US getting in the way.

by to ajfjvf
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 2:47 PM
He's been invited and ran with his tail between his legs, only able to weakly squawk child-like one-liners every time---typical right wing coward. When you do some homework and have the courage/stamina/education to have a half-assed dialogue, come back---until then you're dismissed "ajfjvf".
by D. Grant Gagen
Friday Jun 24th, 2005 3:12 PM
Bush Is No Joke,
I am a born and breed American & I love my country. This is not to say that I agree with US policy, foreign or domestic. Quite frankley, I believe the war in Iraq has little to do with 911 and a lot to do with protecting the multi-national corporations. "We The People" no longer exist in the United States of America. Yes, the US government did steal the land from the American Indian. I'm sorry about that...But then, I did not sign the "Marching Order," nor did I send troops to Iraq. Within the US there has emerged an unprecedented religious fervor of self-righteoness, and that has become the justifcation for aggression. The war that G. Dubya is fighting is based on a combination of religious fundamentalism and greed which is, in fact, the defense of the other buffoons. "God Is Great," & so on & so on. At the end of the day, we're left with a bunch of whores running the US government, fighting a bunch of whores you have proclaimed a "Holy War." There are no winners here. Remember, his jerk (G. Dubya) and Bill First, were the clowns who called Congress into special session to save Terry Shrivio, more brain-dead than a paper clip, but then, it was really about abortion, not Terry. George Bush is "an abortion."

I do love my country...I am one vote. Oh yes, quit sucking of the teat of the US. I'm tired of paying your bills.

D. Grant Gagen
by Rheinhart von Fickelgrorbt
Saturday Jun 25th, 2005 11:31 AM
Why is everyone assuming this to be a prank? It was me. I have been placing the flags there and I am a big-time George Bush fan. We need more stong leaders like him who are willing to take away people's rights to get the job done for big businesses. As such, I invested in Halliburton last month. How about you? If you didn't, then you are a traitor who doesn't support the troops.

As for the location in dog feces, well that is just convenient. It is the most practical place to put them as
(1) the feces will hold up the flag
(2) people will be deterred from taking them down. For example, if they had been placed in the dirt or grass, crazy liberals would be taking them down immediately.
by mouthyAmerican
Thursday Jul 14th, 2005 1:21 PM
In response to "that's just rude."

As an American, I have the right of free speech even if that means I say I do not like or agree with the policies of the sitting US President.

Or perhaps it's like the bumper sticker says:

"I wasn't using my civil liberties anyway..."

Peace out
by iain
Friday Jul 15th, 2005 8:48 PM
by ansel
Tuesday Jul 26th, 2005 1:35 AM
I like Bush, and I think the flag is funny. I laughed at it. I have a sense of humor. That is all.
by Moore
(yell [at] Tuesday Jul 26th, 2005 2:52 PM
50M freed/Poo on Flags!
by Duane
Tuesday Jul 26th, 2005 5:52 PM
Well, speaking as a patriotic American, I can only say that someone in Germany not only has a clever sense of humor, but keen political insight.
by Learn Your History
Tuesday Jul 26th, 2005 10:20 PM
Bush is our most Kennedyesque president. You might ask why I compare our "best" president with our "worst". Here is why...

Bush won the 2000 election because of a supreme court order, and although the final recount (that didn't matter) showed that Bush really DID win, its still suspicious.

Kennedy was elected because Mayor Dailey sent him several hundred thousand dead voters...

Both presidents initiated a war no one wanted. Granted that we were already involved in Viet nam, (although only as much as the Germans were involved in the American Civil War), but keep in mind that we were also involved in Iraq as Saddam was launching missiles at our planes (although they kept missing): something the media seemed to forget.

Both presidents had a drug problem.

Both presidents have a questionable service record; Bush "wanted" to join the Texas Air Guard, and Kennedey turned off his radar which led to his patrol boat getting sunk...every other commander that did that was sacked, but he recieved a medal because his father was a senator.

Both are really bad with words...ICH BIN EIN BERLINER!

Both have had dealings with questionable organizations...Bush has Haliburton, Kennedy had the Mafia.

Both had plans that failed child left behind doesnt work...but show me one country that is no longer a shithole thanks to Kennedy's Peace Corps...

Both wanted to expand the space program, although it was Johnson that actually did it for Kennedy.

Both have evil colleagues...Karl Rove allegedly exposed a CIA agent because he hated her husband, and ted Kennedy killed his ex-girlfriend through drunk driving (and got away with it)

Both had corrupt vice presidents.

And most importantly, both have chunks of thier brain missing.

But Kennedy has something Bush doesn't have; he slept with a lot of women, a lot of HOT women like Marilyn Monroe.

And Kennedy also got 1500 US allies killed in 1 day (Bay of Pigs), it took Bush 2 years to do that.

And lets not forget, Kennedy was responsible for the Cuban Missile Crisis occuring; it was really over US missiles in Turkey...USSR placed nukes in Cuba to force the US into a mutual agreement.
by Twister
Wednesday Jul 27th, 2005 7:19 AM
After reading the comments I'm surprised no-one has pulled out that faithfull old gag..."Same shit, different pile" ;-)

Oh, and to the dude who thinks it's "rude", what do you call ordering a home invasion that kills hundreds of thousands? Down home hospitality?
by L V
(varkalis [at] Wednesday Jul 27th, 2005 12:40 PM
My first comment is; "Is this really illegal?" Free speech is a right in "Merica" (Spelling intentional). Too funny I guess I'll be prosecuted now... Not so funny.
by Vinny
Thursday Jul 28th, 2005 9:58 AM
There's a possibility the dogs are in fact pooing on the flags and and not the other way round. I wonder if his policies have upset our four legged friends?
by Miss Germany
Thursday Jul 28th, 2005 11:21 AM
in response to "saddened and sickended"

I really cannot believe that you're trying to blame me for what happened 60 years ago. I didn't kill no Jews or anybody else, my parents didn't either - they weren't even born. My grandparents were young children..
So what are you trying to do here? Just go on and blame it on people you don't even know , who are just as innocent as anybody else our age....
I hope you don't really mean what you say about us Germans. I don't approve of what happened back then but it is not my fault and I am not sitting here letting you tell the world we are the ones who started 2 world wars.
plus you should know that Hitler was from Austria.
by cho
(cho_chiyo [at] Friday Jul 29th, 2005 10:47 AM
"Bite me. By-the-way ... it's "an historical nonsense", you illliterate morone"

First, "ahistorical," I believe, was used as a term meaning "without historical knowledge," similar to the way the term "amoral" means without "morals."

Second, "moron" has no "e".

Third, the Constitution of the United States guarantees all Americans (and anyone on American soil, I believe) the right to free speech. Though Bush and his posse are attempting to gut the constitution they pledged to protect and uphold.

Fourth: I would not bite you. Who knows where you've been? Ew.

Fifth, It is the RESPONSIBILITY of every American citizen to speak out against injustice. Even if that speaking out may cause you to be investigated under the Patriot Act--a VERY unAmerican Bush atrocity.

Sixth: GO GERMANY!! I will be printing off my own yellow flags and buying a box of toothpicks to decorate any local piles of poo I find with the likeness of mad King George II.

(I do feel that poo is getting a bit of a bad rap in all this. GWB is much more offensive than an innocent pile of biological waste product.)

by Comment Patrol
Wednesday Aug 3rd, 2005 9:57 AM
You are a freakin' idiot!
by to 'Comment patrol'-you're brainwahed
Wednesday Aug 3rd, 2005 10:16 AM
Here's some facts about your beloved commander in chief:
Thursday Aug 4th, 2005 6:34 PM
i think this is hilarious! my husband is a united states soldier and i do not agree with the war, however i think it is important to the "cult of personality" not to assume that everyone who is a soldier is fighting for bush, if they believe that they are fighting a senseless war it will get them killed. plain and simple. if we also treat our soldiers unfairly and assume that they are all just like our current fascist president then we will have a repeat of the treatment of vietman soldiers. don't spread the ignorance.
to president bush~ don't pretend like you care about our soldiers, your not sorry, if you were you wouldn't send them into a blood bath. your heart doesnt go out to the families of the soldiers that were killed, because you have to have one first
to whoever started this~ where can i get a box of these? i have a german shepard
by i'm not german
Thursday Aug 4th, 2005 10:19 PM

one thing we don't get enough of is german movies, especially newer ones. we need to have more interaction, culturally, socially.

i also have no problem with nazis or former nazis. after all, the nazis were our allies after the 2nd world war. all of the administration of west berlin were former nazis except conrad adenaur. 1,500 nazis were hired to create our modern day space program. we could not have done it without them.

what we have today are the real nazis - the zionists, especially the zio-freaks in america. these people are the true evil of our time.

the german people were never our enemies. their contributions to the world are well known - in science, literature, history, music, and so much more.

once bush turns us into a banana republic, our currency value will drop like a rock, and many more germans will be able to come to america. then we can get to know them a little bit.

by Learn Your History
Sunday Aug 7th, 2005 2:05 PM
Please tell me what part of my comparison of Bush and Kennedy is wrong.

Its not my fault you only know the propoganda that public education has to offer. I bet you don't even know who John Rabe was...I'll give you a hint, look up on google "John Rabe Nanking"

I'm just trying to show people how Bush does the same things Kennedy does, yet Kennedy is our most loved president and Bush our least.

I don't like Bush, and I think the poo-flags are funny, but I don't like the media's slant on Bush. You don't need to call Stalin a pedophile for people to realize he is evil. Keep in mind, outside of Fox News, no major network news company has reporters that admit voting for Reagan. This is funny because Reagan won the largest landslide victory since Nixon in 1972...
by Bush is a piece of shit
Sunday Aug 7th, 2005 3:28 PM
check out this link
The right wing media doesn't have to potray him badly, he does so on his own quite well...
by dog walker
Wednesday Aug 10th, 2005 2:42 PM
While walking my dog on bainbridge Island, Washington I came across a pile of dog poop in the middle of the sidewalk with a little yellow flag with GWBushes face on it stuck in the shit.

IT was still there a week later! I laughed my ass off.
by Puddin' Head Jones
(r.werder [at] Wednesday Aug 10th, 2005 10:35 PM
Yeah, he sucks, but he was still better than Hitler and many
Germans didn't protest against the Big-A.
by shit detector
Thursday Aug 25th, 2005 2:56 PM
an apropriate placement for Dubya
by not all vets for war
Thursday Aug 25th, 2005 3:32 PM
It's sad that it took the Canadian Press to publish this
by Annie
Friday Aug 26th, 2005 8:27 PM
I have a close friend in Iraq, and I haven't heard from him. I'm getting nervous. He had a career as a lawyer at the pentagon and his desk was close to the area where the plane hit on 9/11. He got shipped off to Iraq, and his last words to me before the election were, "Do me a favor and vote for Kerry" aka - "Bush is a piece of shit"
by a-rock
Saturday Aug 27th, 2005 9:26 PM
I believe that the germans are trying to tell us something....something special.
by Liberal Kev
Tuesday Aug 30th, 2005 12:20 PM
Man, that's some incredibly weak logic. It's amazing that someone can spend that much time on an argument and end up with so many obvious holes. The problem is that this is the Limbaugh approach: throw out a bunch of bullshit that supports your weak-ass position, and leave it to others to straighten out the facts. In the meantime, a few more lame-ass rednecks buy into the weak argument and pass it along to all their chuckle-headed Red State friends. And so the right wing movement builds.......

Okay, so how is the Kennedy/Bush post weak? Let me count the ways:

*Mayor Daly delivered several thousand fraudulent votes? A little exaggeration, perhaps? I personally find purging the voter registration rolls of legally registered blacks, as the Bush League did in Florida to be more appalling.

*Kennedy inherited Vietnam. Bush created the Iraq quagmire against the advice of people around the world who remember Vietnam. Your boy Bush played hookie when that lesson was taught, apparently.

*Did you really bring up their contrasting war records? So, the rich boy who had his daddy pull strings to avoid serving in a war (and then didn't even show up for the reserves) has a similar service record to a decorated PT boat captain with documented war injuries and undisputed heroism in battle? You repubs are really sad on this kind of thing.......waving the flag, but willing to sell out fellow Americans if they don't drink the fundamentalist coolaid. Think Rove.....

*Did you really compare one of our most articulate presidents, and his historically recognized inspirational speeches, with the dumbest twit to ever be installed in the White House? Sounds like you may be having trouble putting food on your family. Bush is a fool, and anyone who argues otherwise is taking on a lot of documented proof to the contrary. If he had kept his mouth shut for the last five years, you may have been able to convince a non-wingnut that he was smart, but there's no chance now.

*Mafia connections vs. Halliburton connections? Are you familiar with the difference between allegations and facts? I didn't think so........

*Peace Corp vs. NCLB.......again, where's the logic? The Peace Corps achieves its goal of helping the have-nots, and it was never intended to "fix" the politics of a country ( you repubs have a hard time understanding the concept of "their country"). NCLB was supposed to fix the schools, but it turns out to be another half-baked Bush the quick invasion and "fixing" of Iraq. Mission Accomplished?

*So the successes of the space program that were initiated by Kennedy are comparable to the idiotic thinking of Bush after he drove the deficit through the ceiling? Kennedy, again, thought first.......Bush is like a spoiled kid saying "I want to go to Mars" even though there's no more money.

*Rove vs. Ted Kennedy.......this one makes me wonder if you have deeper mental problems than just stupidity. I'll try to go slow for you on this one......Karl Rove is a member of the president's staff, who is supposed to be looking out for the country and not doing treasonous things like revealing secret information for political purposes. He's been caught doing this, and the prez and wingnuts have taken the low road, as usual, and fought to keep him on the payroll. Ted Kennedy was a deceased president's brother when he had his wreck. Try hard to understand......c'mon, you can do it!

*And Bay of Pigs was simlar to Iraq......huh? The 1500 "allies" sent in a dumb covert operation are similar to the approx. 2000 US troops dead already, the 20,000 US troops wounded, the reservists who are stuck in Iraq because we didn't have enough troops? Only in your mind, and in the minds of other wingnuts, could this comparison be're so anxious convince yourselves that you didn't screw up by supporting an idiot, and that all the stupid decisions are actually smart, and that failure is actually success. Just keep telling yourselves that.......and trying desparately to make others in the past look as bad as your little special chimp boy.
by Flagger
Tuesday Aug 30th, 2005 6:41 PM
Check out for all your poo flaggin needs!
by Helen Wheels
Wednesday Aug 31st, 2005 11:23 PM
I'm afraid to say how I really feel about our so-called leader because his fascist thug friends might arrest me, but his face in the pile of **** says it all.
by Verlu
Wednesday Sep 7th, 2005 4:09 PM
This is ONE flag that needs to be flown from sea to shining sea!

If you think the smell of dog crap in offensive, take a deep whiff of the stench of corruption that permeates Bush's Washington.

P.S. Where are the Rove, Rumsfeld, and Cheney flags? Together with Bush, they are the Asses of Evil.
by Is Me
(sxxyboy [at] Monday Sep 19th, 2005 4:15 PM
The Dark Lord said a mouth full and Speaks only the TRUTH. Hey Germany listen up, "Don't waste your extra man power , save your funding". Who knows it might get cut the next year, for being such a waste of time playing with "Bush"-ed Poo.
by really sorry
Thursday Sep 22nd, 2005 12:44 PM
by hate the shrub
Thursday Sep 22nd, 2005 4:24 PM
I am sick to death of this chicken-hearted president and his stupid war for oil.

I’m sick of his lies about saving us from terrorism.

I’m sick of him and his merry men stealing from the poor so they can give to the rich.

I’m sick of them destroying everything this country stands for and calling it patriotism.

I’m sick of paying ridiculously high prices for gas and everything else so he and his friends in the oil business can make record breaking profits.

I’m sick of him ignoring the will of the people and claiming he’s giving us what we want.

I’m sick of having a president that cannot face the citizens of this country unless they're hand-picked and sign an oath swearing their loyalty.

I’m sick of being despised by the rest of the world for his arrogance.

I’m sick of factories shutting down and moving all the good jobs overseas.

I’m sick of hearing him brag about all the new jobs he’s created when only a fraction of them pay a living wage.

I’m sick of hearing about low unemployment when the only reason is that so many peoples' benefits have run out.

I’m sick of hearing him talk about liberty and freedom while he does everything he can to destroy ours.

I’m sick of him dodging a dead kids’ mother while his spin machine tries to drag her through the mud.

I’m sick of him putting crooks in charge of every federal agency designed to protect us from those very same crooks.

I’m sick of turning on the TV and seeing the same mindless crap designed to numb us into submission and make us buy a bunch of junk we don‘t need.

I’m sick of talking heads and celebrity news-readers that endlessly repeat the same old propaganda, and call themselves journalists.

I’m sick of Bill O’Reilly and Bob Novak and Sean Hannity abusing wimpy so-called Liberals while they argue the same point. If they want to debate somebody they should get Howard Zinn or Noam Chomsky or Amy Goodman on there. I’d watch that.

Most of all I’m sick of this idiot frat-rat cowboy strutting around thinking he’s some kind of hero because he’s managed to fool almost half the country into believing it.
by RightWingCowboy
Monday Sep 26th, 2005 10:23 AM
You flaming left-wing liberals are giving excrement a bad name.

As our president said: We look at the destruction caused by shit, and our hearts break, terrorists look at shit and wish they had caused it. We're in a war against these people. We are at war against terrorism shit.

You soft steaming piles of liberalism just don't get it. We are at WAR. We must step on the enemy with a heavy boot and return to our homes to protect them from the enemy.
by Laz
Monday Oct 10th, 2005 7:38 AM
Just this morning Bush met with an advisor who informed the president "Sir, yesterday we lost three Brazilian allied soldiers in Iraq." George W. threw his head into his hands and without looking up asked the aid "How many is a brazillion?"

(Is it 2008 yet?)
Sorry world, half of us did our best at the last election.
by Stephen
(Oldtyler [at] Monday Nov 7th, 2005 10:58 AM
"The Bush Administration is the most dangerous force that has ever existed. It is more dangerous than Nazi Germany because of the range and depth of its activities and intentions worldwide. I give my full support to the Call to Drive out the Bush Regime." - Nobel Laureate Harold Pinter, October 31, 2005

by Cowboy.Bebop
Thursday Nov 10th, 2005 3:05 PM
That's awesome... Who in the world would think up laws against crap as flag stands though?... w/e, and bush belongs down there. ^_^
by Clay Commons
(ccommons [at] Tuesday Nov 15th, 2005 8:41 AM
Saying Bush is wrong does not imply that Osama bin Forgotten is right. We are LESS safe than when BushCo started their war of opportunity.
by mike t
(mike [at] Friday Nov 18th, 2005 3:18 PM
Salam Al-Marayati wrote in the Star Tribune on Friday, November 18, 2005 that America won’t suffer the rioting now occurring in France.

I'm not sure.

Seven major cities in America have unemployment rates for another minority group of men of between forty and fifty percent (in Milwaukee it’s sixty percent). In these same cities the ex-felon rate is between fifty and sixty percent of this population.

America’s prison recidivism rate remains just under seventy percent.

African-Americans constitute twelve percent of the U.S. population, thirteen percent of it’s drug using population, and about seventy-four percent of the people in prison for drug possession. Approximately eighty percent of young black men under age thirty-five have a criminal record.

The United states incarcerates seven times more people per capita than most European democracies, despite the fact we have similar rates of crime. Incarceration has become one of the fastest growing businesses in the United State, generating large profits.

Finding a job for a man with a criminal record is very difficult. If you are a man of color it’s even harder.

Success usually means low wages and no benefits. $7/hour doesn’t pay for a new car let alone a house.

The high school dropout rate for their male children is about fifty percent. The teen pregnancy rate among their daughters is astronomical.

66% of Muslims men living in Minneapolis Minnesota (Hennepin County) are not felons. 44% of Muslim men living in Hennepin County were not arrested in 2001 (there were no duplicate arrests—and 58% of the arrested men went on to be re-arrested for a second crime within 2 years). African American Men’s Study.

13 percent of America’s Black men are barred from voting because they are felons (1.4 million men). More than ten states have disenfranchised over twenty percent of their Black Male citizens.

In 1986 Philadelphia law enforcement lost five officers as it bombed the Move organization and burned to the ground blocks of poor peoples homes in the process.

Today (November 18, 2005) the United States federal government cut fifty billion dollars from programs that help mostly the children of the men I write about. Children who will soon become much like their fathers.

At the same time, we are passing laws to make certain, that nothing disturbs the great wealth owned by those at the top of the pile.

Rioting by Muslims, maybe not.
by Clarish
(clarisagashu [at] Wednesday Dec 7th, 2005 11:26 AM
I think that to keep silent is stupid... If you like Bush and you think it was rude you have every right to say it, but you can't tell us to shut up... Bush doesn't only rule US.. And even if he did, each desition he makes, affects the whole planet...
by BushHater
Thursday Dec 8th, 2005 9:37 AM
im glad about the phantom poo flaggers they make me proud that i hate bush the only thing is we need to set a couple on fire to make the show better!!!

Burn baby Burn
by Myster
Saturday Dec 10th, 2005 2:18 AM
If the poo fits wear it.
by john
Sunday Dec 11th, 2005 3:41 PM
in this country we die so that you can disagree. take a minute and tell me any moslem country that can say that
by jk-another brainwashed mental midget
Sunday Dec 11th, 2005 4:05 PM
"We die...blah balh blah.." I wish I had a dollar for every time I hear that line repeated from some Bush-bot. Hahahaaha. Hilarious in a sad sort of way. The reality is (if you were to engage in some critical investigation), is rarely have US soldiers fought for what they were told they were fighting for. Imperial interests, corporate interests, greed and power--geo-political control---these are the real reasons for most US state sponsored terror.
by 12
Thursday Dec 29th, 2005 6:07 AM
i like the flags there pretty sweet...everyone post them everywhere
by greener
(acg12295 [at] Monday Jan 9th, 2006 2:04 AM
smelly .******* who did that(funny)
by greener
(acg12295 [at] Monday Jan 9th, 2006 2:05 AM
smelly .******* who did that(funny)
by david page
(admin [at] Wednesday Jan 11th, 2006 12:39 PM
your dog died?? stick a flag in him!
by DaveB
Wednesday Jan 25th, 2006 5:57 AM
Just too funny. When I read stuff like this I can't help but think how anyone even comes up with these ideas. Bush bashing is becoming a very popular pasttime.
by REE
Friday Jan 27th, 2006 8:38 AM
Hehe,I like poo
by blair
Tuesday Jan 31st, 2006 5:52 AM
well good idea, keep going, but tone it down a tiny bit, you police are losers and wasting time becuase noone likes bush unless they are on drugs.
by Bush Bash
Saturday Mar 4th, 2006 9:51 AM
Instead of being mad at George W Bush, have some fun at his expense: , make some funny Bush parody cartoons!
by bookyone
Wednesday Mar 15th, 2006 4:31 PM
I guess the Bushit has spread past the White House. :)
Wednesday Mar 29th, 2006 11:24 AM
by wat a cleva person
Wednesday Mar 29th, 2006 11:35 AM
wat a cleva person
by Jail for Bush!
Monday Aug 7th, 2006 7:11 AM
... is very interesting by itself, especially if you translate it to German.
"Our Leader" in German becomes "Unser Führer" -- and I think we all know which other statesman used that title.

Heil Bush!
by Americanman
Wednesday Aug 9th, 2006 6:53 PM
Germany. Wis I had two of them. I'd crap on one and cover it up with the other.
Germany. Part of the "Axis Of Idiots."
(salembelinda [at] Thursday Aug 10th, 2006 8:24 AM
by theworm
Saturday Sep 9th, 2006 9:44 PM
in all honesty, what is the point. Aint the stupid pooooooolice got anything better to do... like catching murders and real criminals.
They just want the browny points, f**kin idiots,

by theworm
Saturday Sep 9th, 2006 9:51 PM
quote "Axis of idiots."

Quality, sheer quality. Best catphrase i heard for a while.
by AMK
Saturday Sep 16th, 2006 12:12 PM
Good for you!
by me
Wednesday Oct 4th, 2006 12:35 PM
ha ha ha ha ha
by RC
Saturday Oct 14th, 2006 8:38 PM
bigger pile of sh!t for this moron. In Wisconsin, we put the flags in cowpies.
by Me. I don't like to hire.
Monday Oct 23rd, 2006 11:08 PM
Finally! Bush's ascent in the Poopularity Poles!
by Jammin Jude
Saturday Jan 27th, 2007 3:41 PM
What a terriffic 'canvas' to make political comments on! NYC has a similar goup using dog poop but they turn it into art.
by Apparatus
Tuesday Oct 16th, 2007 2:59 PM
It seems the flag posting in a way "claims" the poo. So the poo would then seem to be owned and yet annon. marked property.
I doubt W will attempt to collect the property.
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