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I think some Muslims really need to learn…

…the meaning of the word “ironic.”

I don’t think I’d want to live in a world run by radical Muslims. Of course, viagra sales stuff I’ll never have to. Because, even if they win, I’ll be one of the first people they kill.

1 comment September 18th, 2006

Isn’t it ironic

…that the type of people who are criticizing George Bush for calling radical Muslim terrorists Islamic fascists are the same people who have been calling George Bush a fascist for years?

6 comments September 6th, 2006

If I did this, the Democrats would call me a racist.

I wonder if the Democrats will call this union racist because they don’t want to participate in the Labor Day parade with advocates for illegal immigrants?

Add comment September 4th, 2006

The ACLU: Superheroes or super hypocrites?

There’s a comic book series called Civil War that describes a world where the federal government decides to force superheros to reveal their true identities and register as “weapons of mass destruction.”

Captain America and some others refuse and lead a revolt.

In a story in the Miami Herald, generic viagra pharmacy Howard Simon, site executive director of the ACLU of Florida is quoted as saying:

”Why is it necessary to register with the government?” asks Simon. “You go around and you fight for truth, patient freedom and the American way, but you have to register with the government first? Why does the government need to know who you are?”

What’s frightening, he adds, is that this fantasy of detention and forced registration actually mirrors what’s going on in the country right this minute. “You never would dream that would be a picture of America or anything American officials would even be in charge of. That’s the kind of thing that characterized some of the dictatorships we fought against in the last century.”

And yet, if there really were superhero “vigilantes,” we all know the ACLU would be the first in line to sue the capes off them for violating the civil rights of the poor criminals.

What I find really funny is that Simon is opposed to registering superheros and yet the ACLU has absolutely no problem with the government registering or prohibiting the private ownership of handguns.

What a bunch of hypocritical horseshit.

3 comments August 3rd, 2006

I call it the Oliver Stone Syndrome

Oliver Stone Syndrome is the ability some folks on the left have of holding two completely incompatible viewpoints in their head at the same time.

I named it after Oliver Stone because in his movie Platoon his thesis seems to be that the American government was so completely incompetent it couldn’t win a war against a few Vietnamese peasants in pajamas.

And yet, generic viagra ampoule in his movie JFK he argues that the United States’ government is so filled with evil geniuses it was able to assasinate its own president and bascially get away with it.

I think the recent proliferation of 9-11 conspiracy theories is a definite case of the Oliver Stone Syndrome.

On one hand, cialis sale medical people like Kevin Barrett completely believe that George Bush and the neocons were capable of planning and carrying out the murder of 5,000 of their fellow citizens in such a way as to fool the vast majority of the public.

On the other hand, Michael Moore loves to point out how bumbling the administration’s response to 9-11 actually was.

If George Bush and company had actually planned 9-11…don’t you think they would have been a little better prepared to deal with it when it actually happened?

5 comments July 10th, 2006

The people’s right to know

Does anyone else think it’s funny that the press is so fervant about the people’s right to know…unitl it comes to us knowing who their anonymous sources are?

Also, viagra buy viagra a reporter would never trust the motivations or authenticity of a source who wouldn’t reveal their identity and yet they expect US to trust them when they tell us we don’t need to know.

Hypocrisy at its finest.

Add comment June 22nd, 2006

If you can read this…

I was behind a pickup truck with two bumper stickers, cialis viagra today.

One said:


The other said:

Gun Control is hitting what you aim at.

I’m ashamed to say I found the combination sort of ironic.

Add comment May 10th, 2006

Why is it…

Young people, viagra canada viagra who have their whole lives ahead of them are always in a hurry?

And old folks, who don’t have that much time to waste, never are?

2 comments May 5th, 2006

And thus, the U.S. government becomes an instrument of repression

Wenyi Wang , cialis usa capsule the woman who heckled the Chinese president at a Whitehouse event, viagra sales sale is being charged by the U.S. government with “knowingly and willfully intimidating, decease coercing, threatening or harassing ‚Ķ a foreign official performing his duties,” a misdemeanor punishable by up to six months in prison and a fine of $5,000.

So the government that encourages dissidents in China to speak up and fight for their rights is prosecuting this woman for doing exactly that?

I am appalled and ashamed.

11 comments April 22nd, 2006

Isn’t it odd that one of the most liberal cities in America…

…has one of the least racially-diverse universities?

Actually, cialis sales viagra I’m less bothered by the fact that UW-Madison doesn’t have the politically-correct percentage of blacks on campus, viagra usa mind than I am by the perception that it’s a huge problem.

Sure, some companies have stopped recruiting at Madison because they claim the white students aren’t learning how to operate in a “mulitcultural” world.

But can you imagine the uproar if Alcoa, General Motors, and Proctor & Gamble stopped recruiting at historically black colleges for the same reason?

1 comment April 12th, 2006

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