Karl "Bush's Brain" Rove
Vice-President Dick "Halliburton" Cheney
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts
Associate Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito
Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld
Attorney General John Ashcroft
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales
White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales' torture memo
Cheney's position that torture by waterboarding is a "no-brainer"
U.N. Ambassador (by recess appointment) John Bolton
NSA Chief Gen. Michael "Reasonable suspicion" Hayden
CIA Chief Gen. Michael Hayden
Press Secretary Tony Snow
White House Chief of Staff Josh Bolten
Bruce A. Taylor, former senior counsel to the Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division, Department of Justice; now an immigration judge in Phoenix, AZ
Rep. Tom "The Hammer" DeLay (formerly R-TX)
Rep. Randy "Duke" Cunningham (formerly R-CA)
Rep. Bob Ney (formerly R-OH)
Sen. Joe "Democrat In Name Only" Lieberman (formerly D-CT)
Rep. Mark Foley (formerly R-FL)
Rep. Dennis "Foley who?" Hastert (R-IL)
Rep. F. James "USA PATRIOT Act" Sensenbrenner Jr. (R-WI)
Rep. Katharine "The fix is in" Harris (R-FL)
Sen. Conrad "There is a plan. We’re not going to tell you [what it is]." Burns (R-MT)
Sen. James "Prayer breakfasts" Inhofe (R-OK)
Sen. Rick "Man on dog" Santorum (R-PA)
Sen. Bill "[Terri Schiavo] seems to respond to visual stimuli" Frist, M.D. (R-TN)
Rep. John "Downing Street Memo" Conyers, Jr. (D-MI) would be head of the House Judiciary Committee
Project for a New American Century's 1998 plan for a war with Iraq
Bush v. Gore, the lawsuit that put Bush in office in the first place
Cybercast News Service, formerly Christian News Service
Fox News Channel
Sean Hannity & The "Liberal To Be Named Later"
L. Brent "Bozo" Bozell's Media Research Center
Jay Sekulow's & Pat Robertson's "American Center for Law & Justice"
Jan LaRue, Esq.
Office of Faith-Based Initiatives
The PROTECT Act
The Adam Walsh Child Protection & Safety Act
The Marriage Protection Amendment
The Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003
The "War on Porn"
The "War on Drugs"
The "War on Terror"
"The Republican War On Science," by Chris Mooney
The "morning after" pill
The "homosexual agenda"
Bush's/Republicans' opposition to increased embryonic stem cell research
"Swift Boat Veterans For Truth"
The "Downing Street Memo": "[T]he intelligence and facts were being fixed around the policy."
Bush's continued linking of al Qaeda and 9/11 attacks with Saddam Hussein
Bush's uncompleted Air National Guard service
Dan Rather forced out of mainstream media for reporting on it
Wireless microphone/receiver under Bush's jacket at 2004 debates
Tax cuts for the wealthy
National debt topping $8 trillion
No negotiation on drug pricing in Medicare Drug Plan
No raise in the minimum wage since 1997
Shrinking Pell grants
Spiriting bin Ladin family out of U.S. before FBI questioning
Inadequate body armor for American soldiers in Iraq
Cutting veterans' healthcare benefits
No weapons of mass destruction in Iraq
Americans not greeted as "liberators" in Iraq
No-bid contracts for Halliburton for Iraq reconstruction
Iraq's bogus "nuclear weapons program"
Iraq's bogus "biological weapons program"
Camp X-Ray, Guantanamo Bay
"What mistakes have you made?" Bush: "I can't think of any."
"Bring 'em on!"
"Stay the course"
"Cut and run"
"Freedom fries"/"Freedom toast"
Claim that NSA warrantless spying is constitutional
Death of habeas corpus right
Support for oil drilling in Alaska National Wildlife Preserve
Refusal to sign Kyoto Treaty on global warming
Claiming the U.S. owns outer space
More than 750 illegal presidential "signing statements"
Support for "intelligent design" teaching in science classes
Jenna Jameson "not appropriate" to attend Marine Corps birthday ball