Monday, October 30, 2006

Thursday, October 26, 2006

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Red Skelton, Pledge of Allegiance from 1969

Red's comments at the end seem almost prophetic.

Sunday, October 22, 2006

Prankster Harasses Madonna

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Aaron Barschak, a self-proclaimed "comedy terrorist," jumped in front of Madonna's car in London wearing nothing but a diaper (and sucking on a giant pacifier) and begged her to adopt him, too. No offense, Aaron, but we wouldn't want to adopt you, either.

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Meanwhile in France

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112 cars are burning every day.

“We are in a civil war, orchestrated by radical Islamists.”

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Monty Python Halo

Baxter Black

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Terror suspect contributed to school 'religion guidelines'

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Terror suspect contributed
to school 'religion guidelines'
Issued by Clinton, rules let students
pray to Allah, but banish Christmas

Posted: October 19, 2006
1:00 a.m. Eastern

By Bob Unruh
© 2006

A man arrested as a terror suspect for allegedly trying to transport $340,000 from a group tied to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, and who reputedly had connections to Osama bin Laden, helped write the "Religious Expression in Public Schools" guidelines issued by President Clinton during his tenure in office.

And that could explain why students at a California school were told as part of their required classes they would become Muslims and pray to Allah – and a federal judge approved that, and why an Oregon school this year is delivering similar lessons to its students, as WND has reported.

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Why We're in Iraq

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From My Vast Right Wing Conspiracy

That’s CMSgt John Gebhardt of the 332nd Expeditionary Medical Group (Balad AB), comforting a little Iraqi girl.

This little girl’s entire family was executed…they intended to execute her also and shot her in the head…but they failed to kill her. She was cared for by John’s hospital and healing up, but has been crying and moaning. The nurses said John is the only one she seems to calm down with, so John has spent the last four nights holding her while they both sleep in that chair. The girl is coming along with her healing.
Senior Airman James Croxon (also of the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing) speaks eloquently about why we’re in Iraq, after seeing a similar scenario with an Iraqi baby–most likely also cared for by Chief Gebhardt and his troops.

[W]hen I visited the hospital for the first time in May, I saw the terrible toll the insurgents are taking on the Iraqi people.

On that first visit I saw an Iraqi baby whose father was murdered by insurgents and whose mother was missing and assumed to be dead as well. As I held him I realized that his future was dependent on the outcome of this conflict and, to some extent, my actions here.

That injured and orphaned baby made me realize what was most basic and what gets taken for granted so easily - the basic freedom of life. I wasn’t fighting for politics or for religiosity gone amuck; I was fighting to give the Iraqi baby in my arms the right to live.

The brutal nature of what happened to this baby’s parents showed me the true nature of Iraq’s enemies. They don’t just want political power. They are extremist of the worst kind. Civilians, women and children are all targets. Their innocence is not enough to keep them safe from the anti-Iraq forces who are targeting them.
‘Nuff said.

Saturday, October 07, 2006

Tuesday, October 03, 2006