Look at this, I'm gone for one week and everything falls apart...

on Friday, August 3, 2007

Have you ever had that experience where you walk into a messy room and there is so much to clean and organize that you literally just don’t know where to even start?.. That’s how I feel. So much has happened in the 2 weeks that I haven’t been able to post that I don’t even know how to address it all, but I’ll try my best to highlight the lowlights:


1) The Fringe festival in Britain is about to debut a musical entitled, "Jihad: The Musical," which will feature songs like "I wanna be like Osama" and is acclaimed as "a madcap gallop through the wacky world of international terrorism."

…I'm speechless…

One group is calling it a "tasteless portrayal of terrorism"… Right, as opposed to a tasteful portrayal of terrorism. Idiots…

Here is the link to watch the Osama song. Why all of a sudden are there flashbacks of "Springtime for Hitler" running through my head?

If I may add one more thought on this, there IS a point where these so-called 'artists' can no longer do absolutely anything they want while hiding behind their veil of claiming "but it's art!" even though they produce offensive and even violent works of art, this play for instance. To illustrate this point, here is a disgusting comic from some moonbat artist published in the late 60s:


2) On a similar note Capcom is about to release Nintendo Wii’s version of Zack & Wiki. It’s been known for a long time that the media is notorious for spewing leftist propoganda, but now they are using video games a method to influence your children, the largest playing audience of this game I might add. This game, for instance, includes Islamic propaganda and contains references to Islamic religion and even the Islamic prayer "Allahu Akbar."


3) Presidential hopeful Barack Obama warned that if he is elected president, he would order US forces to hit extremist targets on Pakistan’s frontier with Afghanistan if embattled military ruler President Pervez Musharraf failed to act.

Oh yea, that’ll work.

He later added, “I think it would be a profound mistake for us to use nuclear weapons in any circumstance,” then said, with a pause, “involving civilians.” He then quickly added, “Let me scratch that. There’s been no discussion of nuclear weapons. That’s not on the table.”

Oops.

So let me get this straight: Obama wants us to surrender and pull out of Iraq, then invade Pakistan, then surrender there too. Sounds like Obama has just had his ‘jump the shark’ moment.


4) I just have to throw something in here about Hillary. Just this past week Hillary Clinton became the official puppet of both Kos and MoveOn and deserves the gold medal for demagogue of the century.

Hilary’s weekly flip-flop: “We must not act unilaterally in Pakistan — wait, Barack said what? Okay, then we should


5) Mahir Sherif, attorney for Nuradin Abdi (who just barely pleaded guilty in Ohio to plotting a terror attack on a shopping mall), says his client only admitted guilt because the ignorant infidel jury would not have grasped the subtle nuances of his plan to commit mass murder. He said, “A fair trial here would not be possible because Americans “have no or limited understanding” of why Muslims are angry.

In other words, you and I are too dumb to understand the “higher calling” of those who in their own self-righteousness like to blow other people up.


6) Libya has released the 6 Bulgarian medics convicted of infecting Libyan children with HIV. (Libya has also confessed to torturing the medics.) Just by sheer coincidence, Bulgaria has waived $57 million of debt owed to it by Libya. They call it bookkeeping, I call it ransom. Look, I love Bulgaria (after all, I did live there for 2 years), but their government is full of a bunch of spineless pansies making it one of the weakest governments in the world.


7) John Edwards, crowned king of the nutroots, criticized Democratic rival Hillary Clinton for taking more than $20,000 in donations from News Corp. officials, arguing that the company’s Fox News Channel has a right-wing bias and Democrats should avoid the company. Edwards demanded that all Democratic candidates return any campaign donations from Rupert Murdoch and News Corp.

That’s funny… Mr. Edwards, I believe that you yourself earned at least $800,000 for a book published by one of the media mogul’s companies. I hear that in addition to a $500,000 advance from HarperCollins, which is owned by News Corp., you also were cut a check for $300,000 for expenses… And of this money you have only returned $1,000.

Demagoguery at its finest.

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