Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Extraordinary Rendition

Like The Cub Scouts, Only More Fascist
I wonder what color their shirts will be... Spooked by the recent thumbs-up the Ukraine gave to a non-KGB controlled government, Vladamir Putin has set up a youth group called Nashi or "One of Us" to "get 300,000 people on to the streets to defend Russia" from the threats of "external governance", "orange revolution" and "American intrusion" before the next Russian elections in 2008.

She Can't Be Human In a recent defense of Jeff Gannon (yes, it IS possible considering she's the same woman who defended Joe McCarthy) bottle-blonde/demonic bhenchod Ann Coulter referred to journalist Helen Thomas as "that old Arab." Her syndicaters cleaned up the Coultergeist by changing "that old Arab" to "that dyspeptic, old Helen Thomas." I'm sure they were just grateful that she didn't make another reference to "oily Jews."

"WICHITA, Kan., Feb. 28 - As members of his congregation took their seats in the sanctuary on Sunday, Pastor Michael Clark stood in the back and leaned against a wall. He put his clasped hands to his face, closed his eyes and took a quiet moment. Within minutes, he was before the congregation of Christ Lutheran Church, beginning to guide them through what he says will be a long journey of healing. The 8:15 a.m. service was the first time he had spoken to his congregation since the church's board president, Dennis Rader, was arrested Friday by Wichita authorities who allege he is the BTK killer, the worst serial murderer in Kansas history."

I Think Of All The Education That I Missed
You can see it now, 9 months from now the litany of year-end wrap-up specials will highlight "Female Teachers Sleeping With Underage Students" as one of the hottest trends of 2005. Nope, this California teacher didn't bear the child of her underage lover, but she did have sex with him in her car a few feet away from her own two year-old child. Nice touch. I mean, bad touch. Bad touch.

Look Back Without Regret, Look Forward To Profit
The Governator has recently come out to express lack of regret in using steroids during his career as a bodybuilder. "Because it is the wrong message, like you say, to the children," he said. "But people should take food supplements. People should be able to take the vitamins and all of the nutritious stuff that is available. But stay away from drugs." It helps that Arnold has a small fortune tied up in quasi-legal PEDS (performance-enhancing dietary supplements) through a bodbuilding tournament and two magazines that are propped up by PEDS advertising revenue. That might explain why he recently vetoed a bill that would have banned PEDS for high-school athletes; stopping the use of certain anabolic substances would hurt Arnold pocketbook. But big-ups California, how many other states can say that they're being run by a murderous robot fro mthe future?

Pastor Describes School Lunch Program As Tool of the Antichrist A few sarcastic sentences won't really add anything to this...

-The Sikh Geek