Archive for April, 2009
my hopes have leapt in the last few days. There is a new spirit abroad in the US of, not quite forgiveness, perhaps, but of, I don’t know, overlooking crimes for the greater good.
This view on the revolutionary, brilliantly clever economic wave of the future from the Onion News Network
wipe your own member and put it back in your pants
The concept of “putting the past behind us” and “focusing on the future”, using our energies on “fixing the country” rather than on “grudges” is all smoke and mirrors and spin designed to get the criminals – people who can on the evidence be prosecuted for breaking the law – who happen to be politicians, apparatchiks or well-connected politically – off the hook.
But we must all learn mutual respect. For example, we need to understand and sympathise with the deep hurt and offence that a man can feel if we insult his traditional beliefs by trying to stop him beating his wife, or setting fire to his daughter or cutting off her clitoris …
…economically, we don’t need those people. The American economy doesn’t need them. So, as long as they stay in their ghettos, and they only kill each other, we’re willing to pay a police presence to keep them out of our America. And to let them fight over scraps, which is what the drug war, effectively, is…
Britain was one of the hotbeds of the transfer of in political power from the aristocracy and other ruling elites to the people at large; a hotbed called the Enlightenment which has resulted in what we enjoy today and proudly call Western Democracy – and which Tony Blair so recently touted as Export Quality Democracy. And yet here come the British, leading the way in undermining all the fundamentals of that system supposedly in the name of “security” and the war against “crime” and “terror”
Hereâ€™s how desperate Republicans are to find a winning issue: conservatives from Newt Gingrich to Glenn Beck to the rest of Fox News all bet against the Obama administrationâ€™s ability to rescue Richard Phillips, the American ship captain
This new video game is certain to be a worldwide smash hit
at the time of this particular pagan fertility ritual that the christians call easter – and the jews call passover, don’t they? – church attendance is said to be up on last year. Supposedly that’s because people are worried about the economic situation and their religion gives them some comfort. “Oh, lord, if I be good will you give me more money and let me keep my job? Or if you take away my job will you make it so I don’t feel too sad?”
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You know we had to and you know why
If we succeed in defeating the Taliban we will deliver the women and children into the arms of people who will not treat them any differently than the Taliban did (and do).
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