Wednesday, October 27, 2004

At This Point Blogger Exists Only To Fuck With The MLWL

Why Is The Hard-Hitting American Journalism Being Done In England?
The UK's Independent is reporting that the US gave Britain the date on which the Iraqi war would begin FIVE MONTHS in advance, proving that Tony Blair not only lied to his parliament but that all of the diplomatic efforts with the UN were so much bullshit. The BBC is reporting on GOP plans to once again disenfranchise the Black vote in Florida and a Republican spokesman did not deny that large numbers of voters would be "challenged" at the polls (read: Black and Democratic voters). Good thing the nightly newscast were all over these stories...

I Laughed When They Pied Coulter, I Cheered When They Treid To Run Over Katherine Harris "A motorist who told police he was exercising his "political expression" was jailed Wednesday on an aggravated assault charge alleging he tried to run down U.S. Rep. Katherine Harris and a group of re-election campaign supporters. No one was injured."

Exactly WHEN Did This Seem Like A Good Idea?
Virgin Megastores said sorry on Monday for selling dolls that portrayed memeber of a Nazi SS division originally created to guard concentration camps. The president of the toy company that made the dolls was quoted as saying that he picked that particular group of Nazis because "they've got the coolest gear. It makes for a cool figure." and that his grandfathers had fought in Europe for his "right to make whatever I want."

Embracing Contradiction Like Walt Whitman's "Song of Myself" I never thought I'd compare America's bard to a reptilian Australian media-magnate, but here we are. Rupert Murdoch stands by the claims that he is "fair and balanced" by saying he is not biased towards Bush, but that his papers will continue to back Bush's foreign policy. Live with the mindfuck, bhenchods.

Forces Of Good On A Roll First the Yankees choke and now this. Ralph Nader is off the balot in both Pennsylvania and Ohio.

And We Laughed When MC No Shame Referred To Lord Of The Rings As "The Greatest Work Of Non-Fiction EVER"

-The Sikh Geek, considering the jump to LiveJournal