Sunday, October 03, 2004

Sunday, My Weblog-Posting Funday

Nader Suddenly Seems Relevant Especially when you put him besides the candidate for the Prohibition Party. That's right, "prohibition" as in the repeal of alcohol during the 20s. If the GOP is going after the repeal of the New Deal, I guess that justifies going after the repeal of Repeal. Oh wait, it makes both ideas fucking crazy.

Seriously Nigeria, WTF?! Just another beating death of a man accused of making another man's penis disappear.

The Great National Dialogue Continues... A slapping match ended with a trip to the hospital after two UNC students argued after the presidential debate about who Jesus would vote for. Do people actually believe that the Son of Man would report to a local district and cast a ballot if he returned to earth?! What would Jesus do on voting day? Miraculously cure the sick, call for the repentence of sins and proclaim the imminent return of the Kingdom of God. Dipshits.

But It Totally Compromised Our Civil Rights And Made Us Look Fascist To The World! That's Something, Isn't It?!
Surprise, surprise. Retired Lt. Colonel Anthony Christino has said that prisoner interrogation at Guantanamo BAy have not prevented any terrorist attacks and that "President George W Bush and US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld have 'wildly exaggerated' their intelligence value." Who would've thought that unqualified grunts screaming "DO YOU KNOW OSAMA BIN LADEN?!" through an interpretor at Afghani taxi drivers wouldn't end the war on terrorism?

April Fool's Day Is On Exactly The Other Side of The Calendar As October 1st Not only has Fox News fessed up to completely making up quotes and attributing them to John Kerry, but now in this National Business Review article, they're trying to pass off the whole thing as a joke. Ha fucking ha.

Ain't No Party Like A Flip-Flop Party Cause A Flip-Flop Party Don't Stop Part II "In an assessment that differs sharply with his view today, Dick Cheney more than a decade ago defended the decision to leave Saddam Hussein in power after the first Gulf War, telling a Seattle audience that capturing Saddam wouldn't be worth additional U.S. casualties or the risk of getting 'bogged down in the problems of trying to take over and govern Iraq.'" But that was totally BEFORE we knew about all those WMDs from the early 80s...

The Great National Dialogue Continues Part II: Attacking Dead Old Ladies Bugaloo "It's too bad she won't be able to vote for Kerry, and hopefully on the day that Bush gets elected she'll burn in hell."

-The Sikh Geek