Archive for the tag "George Bush"
If you missed it – millions haven’t, please try to keep up – this is probably the cleverest one-time-only play in American Football history
Posted: 21 November, 2010 in comedy/humour, fun, politics and government, Sport, US Politics, Video.
Tags: american football, best football play ever, Bush, college football, comedy, fool me once, football, fun, George Bush, gridiron, humor, humour, politics, Sport, Video, youtube
Former President George W. Bush said Wednesday he has no regrets about authorizing the controversial waterboarding technique to interrogate terrorist suspects
Posted: 5 June, 2010 in Iraq, legal, politics and government, Racism, US Politics, values.
Tags: american politics, Bush, George Bush, Guantanamo, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, politics, torture, US Politics, waterboard, waterboarding
Ah, how we miss George Bush! Obama might get you riled, but he don’t make you laff. Jon Stewart remembers on the Daily Show
Posted: 1 November, 2009 in History, Life, politics and government, The Daily Show, US Politics, Video.
Tags: Bush, Clinton, Daily Show, George Bush, George Bush speech, humor, humour, Jon Stewart, politics, Powell, president, speech, US Politics, Video
Who can forget the hilarity of the Spanish Inquisition? The Taliban’s side-splitting public executions of women in the Kabul soccer stadium?
Posted: 2 October, 2009 in Australian Values.
Tags: 9/11, ABC, ABC radio, Afghanistan, al Qaeda, al Qaida, australian media, Australian Values, Ayatollah, comedy, crusades, fatwa, George Bush, humor, humour, Iraq, kabul, Khomeini, Middle East, Religion, religious values, Richard Glover, Rushdie, Somalia, Spanish Inquisition, Taliban, values
Stark as it may seem, we fear that the nadir Western Civilisation may reach the northern hemisphere well before it comes down under. You think that’s a nadir? Now that’s a nadir! We have so much lower in Australia that we can go.
Posted: 28 September, 2009 in Art, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, environment, History, Life, Literature, Media, politics and government, Racism, Science, US Politics.
Tags: A Current Affair, Barnaby Joyce, Bush, Children Overboard, Chris Pyne, civilisation, civilization, climate change, cultural values, football, George Bush, global warming, Helen Coonan, Isaac Newton, John Howard, Lascaux, merit, Mozart, nadir, Newton, Nine Network, Onion News, Onion News Network, Pauline Hanson, political standards, political values, president, President Bush, Rugby League, Seven Network, standards, Tampa, The Onion, Today Tonight, Tony Abbott, value, values, western, western civilisation, worth
“What happens within China and the behaviour of China on a global scale will co-determine the fate of democracy.”
Clearly it is in all of our best interests to encourage China towards a form of democracy that coincides as best it can with what we understand to be the basic values of democracy.
Posted: 9 June, 2009 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, China and Tibet, Culture, History, Iraq, Life, politics and government, Video.
Tags: Australian Politics, Australian Values, Beijing, Bungendore, Cambridge, China, civil society, democracy, democratic, democratic ideals, democratic values, ethics, George Bush, Gleebooks, global politics, Goddess of Democracy, government, Greece, John Keane, Mesopotamia, morals, politics, principles, Sir Roger, Sir Roger Migently, Syria, The Life and Death of Democracy, Thomas Paine, Tiananmen Square, Tom Paine, values, Values Australia, Westminster