Monday, December 15, 2008

Tarnished? Vindicated is more like it.

So listening to the radio on my drive to work this morning, I hear the teaser for the top hour ABC news report. The reporter says, "Bush's surprise trip to Iraq tarnished." Of course he's referring to the "Shoe Incident" during Bush's trip. For those who haven't heard the liberal media gleefully report about this yet, basically what happened is a journalist, undoubtedly Keith Ubermoron's Iraqi counterpart, awash in BDS flung not one but both his shoes at President Bush during a press conference. Since seeing is believing:

Now, a blogger I read describes what happened to the man after this incident. Apparently, the man and his family were arrested, his wife raped in front of him and then the entire family was thrown screaming into a wood chipper.

Oops, (and further stealing from the same blogger) that's what would have happened to him had he tried something like that if Saddam Hussein was still in power instead of being a stinking, rotting corpse. But thanks to the American military and its Commander in Chief George W. Bush, he has the freedom of speech to make a total sphincter of himself.

In my mind, there is no better vindication of the liberation of Iraq. Freedom has been brought to the people of Iraq though Bush's resolve, even the freedom to be an ingrate.

Bush, as is normal for him being the (to a fault) gracious and kind-hearted man that he is, waved it off. Said something like, "All I can report is it is a size 10."

What you also probably haven't heard is that immediately after the ingrate was hauled out multiple other Iraqi journalists stood up to apologize to the President.

I'm sure everyone would prefer that it hadn't happened, no one likes a heckler, but the fact that he was even able to heckle vindicates the entire thing.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Re: Updated

In my case it's because there hasn't been anything news worthy that I considered worth an entry. Though I'll have to see how the Blago case goes

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Updated after too long.

So no one is updating, don't know why, maybe no one wants to bother to try to make this place active. Well, if we want it to go anywhere, we have to promote it. So, if you read this site or write for it, please promote. Otherwise this place might as well not exist.

Anyway. We will have more to talk about when Barack Obama becomes president. But that doesn't mean there is nothing to write about now. Zimbabwe is in crisis, and no one in the USA is doing anything. Bush, our sad sad, lame duck president who brings a disgrace to the name Republican *puts up flame shield*, is pushing through every last executive order he can, and entrenching as many of his people in civil service jobs as possible. India was attacked by some sort of terrorists, two wars are still going on. Obama is putting together a disaster of a cabinet. In other words, he is loading it up mainly with people who disagree with his own message. How we intends to change things this way, I'm not sure. He says he will make the final decision but when you surround yourself with strong willed people who disagree with you it might be hard not to be wholly influenced by them. Makes you wonder if it is actually going to be change, or Bill Clinton's third term. And somehow, even considering all this... we don't have anything to write about???

Recently, Jon Stewart compared Sean Hannity to Keith Olbermann. The liberals, of course, cried foul. "But Keith Olbermann is fair and objective", how dare you compare him to that "horrible hate monger Sean Hannity". This simply highlights how hypocritical so many liberals are. They consider themselves so smart for seeing the bias of Hannity and O'Reilly a mile away, but when it comes to people like, Maddows and Olbermann who are the liberal doppelgangers of Hannity/O'Reilly respectively, it shows that they can't see the forest for the trees. They only consider something objective if it agrees with their values, and consider anything subjective if it doesn't agree with their values. In other words, they need to look in the mirror and realize what hypocrites they are. And yes I am speaking in generalities, but anyone who seriously thinks that I am talking about every single liberal, or has not seen the hypocritical disagreement these people have with Jon Stewart is not even fooling themselves. Wake up morons.

Also, in the news recently, apparently South Africa might finally get off it's collective ass and do something about Robert Mugabe's tyrannical regime government. The inflation in Zimbabwe has reached the level of 2.3 million percent, though some outside economists reckon it is somewhere around the level of 4 quadrillion, which last I knew wasn't even a number. If your inflation is so bad that people have to make up numbers to estimate it, your economic stewardship is probably not the best course for bringing your country out of crisis. And while Mugabe may try to blame others for his failure, he is the "president for life" and has ruled ever since he bravely saved the country from the evil Europeans and gave the land to his cronies the much deserving native people of Zimbabwe. Thabo Mbeki (if you don't know who he is go look it up) enabled Mugabe. Now that Mbeki is gone perhaps South Africa will actually do something, at this point, with the Zimbabwean military going on rampages through the street and inflation so high one would probably need a uhaul to carry the money necessary to buy a loaf of bread, the only reasonable option is probably to invade, and pretty much start things over, because lets face it, at this point the only thing that's going to save Zimbabwe is drastic action. And leaving the man in power responsible for this mess is at best, only going to make things work. Get a clue South Africa, invade, it's not like they have the resources to stop you, the world, and the Zimbabwean people will thank you for it.