Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Wednesday Hero

This Weeks Soldier Was Requested By Echo9er

Sgt. Maj. Brent Jurgersen
Sgt. Maj. Brent "The Rock" Jurgersen
Headquarters Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th U.S. Cavalry, 1st Infantry Division

Active Duty

Not even two near-death encounters deterred Sgt. Maj. Brent Jurgerson's passion and eagerness to serve his country and lead his troops back home.

Jurgersen celebrated his second "alive day" anniversary January 26, 2007. It was a day of mixed emotions for him because on that same day two years ago he was given a second chance to live. It was a day that changed his life forever. While on patrol in Ad Dyuliah, Iraq, two rocket-propelled grenades struck his Humvee. The explosion killed his gunner and left Jurgersen fighting for his life, flat-lining twice on the operating table in Balad.

Afterwards, during a promotion ceremony in August of 2006, Jurgersen was selected for a command sergeant major appointment. Becoming the first full limb amputee student to attend the academy.

You can read the rest of Sgt. Maj. Jurgersen's story here.

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived

This post is part of the Wednesday Hero Blogroll. If you would like to participate in honoring the brave men and women who serve this great country, you can find out how by going here.
Monday, February 26, 2007

An Inconvenient Hypocrite

This Was Brought To My Attention By Greta

Well, well, well. If Babs is the Queen of Hypocrisy then the Great Green Savior Al Gore would be the King. It's come to light that the Borebot 2000 uses more electricity at his mansion in Tennessee in one MONTH than the average American does in an entire year. And that usage has actually went up since the release of his documentary. But don't worry Al, other Hollywood hypocrites will still continue to kiss your ass. They won't let a little thing like this get in their way.
Sunday, February 25, 2007

Hollywood vs. The Environment

So, we've seen that the Hollywood community en mass have jumped on the Global Warming bandwagon and has made it their new pet cause. It's their new colored bracelet if you will. But what are they really doing for, or in this case, to, the environment? They go on talk shows and preach to us simple folk on how we should be living our lives to try and save Mother Earth. Hell, they're even going to be arriving at the Oscars tonight in environmental friendly "green limos". But do these people actually practice what they preach? Do they truly walk the walk rather than just talk the talk?

If this were one of their big budget movies, this is where the sinister music would come in.

A 2006 study done by UCLA discovered that the actual Hollywood industry itself is one of the largest polluters there is. Out shined only by "Big Oil". God, no wonder L.A. is coated in a think blanket of smog all the time. I guess you can get George Clooney to drive around town in a Tango but just try to take away his smoke belching air conditioned trailer.

John Travolta, who actually sits on the board of the Environmental Media Association, and was once even nominated for a Environmental Media Award, tools around the country in five private jets. Just image what his carbon footprint is. Actually, private jets seem to be the favorite toy of the stars.

Then we have Ted Kennedy and his nephew Robert Kennedy, Jr. We all know Bobby Jr.'s stance on the environment, and Teddy boy once said
We should stop the non-scientific, pseudo-scientific, and anti-scientific nonsense emanating from the right-wing, and start demanding immediate action to reduce global warming, and prevent the catastrophic climate change that may be on our horizon now.
Then, perhaps, the Kennedy's should give up their part ownership in the Arctic Royalty Trust which leases out land for oil drilling. But Teddy is honest about one thing. In his Blueprint For America, he said
We should reduce our dependence on foreign oil
Sure, that way we can start using your oil.

And that leads us to the Queen of Environmental Hypocrites. Barbara Streisand. Babs once said on a television interview
We are in a global warming emergency state.
Well, she sure ain't helping anything. Ms. Streisand once spent a whopping $22,000 to water her lawn and has a 12,000-square foot air conditioned barn in which she stores nothing but her memorabilia. That's a lot of waste. She even once told the American public that they should use clotheslines to dry their laundry. But you can look at pictures of her Malibu home and you'll not see one clothesline. Why? Because according to her publicist, what Babs said didn't necessarily applied to her.

So the next time one of these people tries to tell us what we should be doing, perhaps we should ask them where they got their PhD in Climatology.

And this is only a small sample of the double standard. There are plenty more cases, but two hours on a post long enough for me.
Thursday, February 22, 2007

Wise Sage Of The Day

"When our actions do not, Our fears do make us traitors."
Lady MacDuff from Shakespears's MacBeth
U.S. troops raided a factory in Baghdad and found propane tanks and other chemicals that these freedom fighters use to make their car bombs. This one day after a truck exploded that was full of chlorine canisters killing five and sending more than fifty to the hospital.

This was only chlorine. Now imagine what'll happen when Iran is finished with their "peaceful nuclear power" plan and these cold blooded killers get their hands on nuclear weapons.
Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Wednesday Hero

Staff Sgt. Kara Opperman
Staff Sgt. Kara Opperman
332nd Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron

Active Duty

Staff Sgt. Kara Opperman performs a quality control check Feb. 13 on fuel coming out of a fill stand at Balad Air Base, Iraq. Sergeant Opperman ensures the fuel is safe and meets Air Force specifications before it is used for aircraft and equipment.

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived

This post is part of the Wednesday Hero Blogroll. If you would like to participate in honoring the brave men and women who serve this great country, you can find out how by going here.
Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Just Put That Foot In A Little Deeper There, Johnny Boy.

First it was him hiring a couple of hatemongering bloggers then not firing them when it was reviled that they were such. And now, during a recent speech John Edwards told his audience that the greatest threat to world peace was Israel because they could destroy Iran's nuclear facilities which would set them back a few years from committing mass genocide against their people.

It's not the people who pack cars full of explosives and kill 50 innocent people who are the threat. No. It's no the people who are working on getting nuclear weapons so they can sell them to the people who pack cars full of explosives and kill 50 innocent people that are the threat. No. It's those damn dirty Jews again. You know, they're the cause of every bad thing in this world. Just ask Hitler and Ahmedinijad and Edwards.
Monday, February 19, 2007

Women Aren't Real People, Part II

An Egyptian blogger's father has disowned his son and called for his death under Sharia law. Why? Because this infidel had the nerve to post on his blog a call for equal rights for women protection of free speech. In doing so, Abdul Kareem Nabeel Suleiman has been charged with contempt of religion, harming the reputation of Egypt, and inciting to disrupt the peace and to overthrow the regime.


Sen. Bill Clinton?

Some big name Dems in this country would love to see Hilary appoint her husband to finish out her term in the Senate should she win the presidential election next year. But aren't these the same people who, not too long ago, bitched at anyone who would listen that Bush was guilty of nepotism and cronyism? The same thing, but I'm still using both words. I'm a little confused on this. My side does it and it's okay, your side does it and it wrong. Would this be hypocrisy or business as usual in Washington? Maybe it's one and the same, I don't know.

Oops, sorry about that. I was totally reading that wrong. For some reason I read that that they want her to appoint Bill. Not so. I would have just deleted the post and left this but then some of you wouldn't know what I was talking about. Again, my bad.

Happy President's Day

Saturday, February 17, 2007

A Travesty Of Justice

We have millions of illegal immigrants, some of which are extremely violent, running all over this country and yet we have border agents Jose Compean and Ignacio Ramos in prison. We have Rocksprings, Texas deputy Gilmer Hernandez facing 10 years in prison. And now that very dangerous Dog Chapman is being extradited to Mexico and is facing four years in prison for arresting a very violent rapist. What the hell is going on? Why does this government continue to bow down to pressure from the Mexican government? I see what this country's becoming and I don't like it. We let others dictate to us how we should be doing things then we sit back while they tell us to go to hell. I fear for the future of this country.
So, I'm checking my RSS reader and I notice that I've got a butt load of new comments. Someone, I think to myself, has been very busy. I check my email they're not there. No notification of the comments. So I click on one. And it's from a post I did back in 2005. Huh. I click another one. 2005. So I click yet another one. 2005, again. They're all from 2005. They say that your past will catch up with you one day, but this is ridiculous.
Friday, February 16, 2007

A Great Game Of Political Chess

Boy, it's been some time since I did some artwork.

Women Aren't Real People

Just in case anyone is still in denial about Muslim culture, read this post from a Wednesday Hero Blogroll member.
Thursday, February 15, 2007

Eco-Fascism Could Become Deadly

The National Federation of the Blind is saying that hybrid cars, such as the much loved Toyota Prius and Honda Civic, could pose a real threat to the blind, children, the elderly, cyclists and distracted pedestrian.
"We had the car drive by in different situations, to see whether or not people could hear it and use the sound of the car to safely cross the street, and they could not. The car was just silent," NFB spokesman John Pare told AFP.
Damn you Al Gore and Ed Begley, Jr. Damn your treehugging asses to hell.

One Toyota spokeswoman was at least able to see where the NFB was coming from but another basically told them to blow it out their ass and get over it. It's at the bottom of the piece. Stupid blind people, they need to be more observant and watch where they're going.

Wise Sage Of The Day

A gaffe in Washington is when a politician accidentally tells his true feelings
Unknown & Indian Chris

I took an existing quote and changed the parts I didn't like to make it sound better. At least to me, anyway.
Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Wednesday Heroes

Capt. Lyle L. Gordon
Ellicia Stanley & her husband SPC Reid Stanley

I received and email from Wednesday Hero Blogroll member Mary Ann in which she suggested that I profile the spouse of a soldier. Seeing as I'd profiled one such spouse in the past, I though this was the perfect opportunity to do it again. I hadn't read the entire letter before I said yes, but after reading it I'm glad she sent it to me.

I think military families, especially the spouses, while they sign no contract, serve our country just as much as the service member. They give up familiar home ties and relocate all over the country, all over the world. They give up their civilian lives for something bigger than themselves. Ellicia was a military wife for only two and a half years. Before they married, but after 9/11, Reid came to her and told her of his desire to enlist. He wanted to do his part. He tells part of the story in his blog post

She encouraged him, pushing him so he could meet his goal of serving his country. He did and took his oath in October 2002. By the time they were married in July 2004, Reid was already stationed in Germany. It was 3 months before she could join him there. In a move that, for someone who'd seldom left her hometown in South Carolina, must have come as quite an adjustment. But she did it, as do so many other military wives.

Then came deployment to Afghanistan in May 2005. They spent their first anniversary apart. Reid writes about that anniversary in this post

It was in the sixth month of deployment when Ellicia received the news — she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. Devastating. However, in an email to me on the day she received her diagnosis, the phrase she used was, "not stellar news". Understated, calm, steady, no hysteria, it was another challenge to face.

I came to admire her because, I too, had been away from home, (not to a foreign country), with a one small child (not three), and my husband traveling (not in a war zone). Knowing what my experience had been like, I was amazed at how she took it all in stride. Even when faced with a
terminal diagnosis, she faced it all with grace, dignity and humor. All the while supporting her husband, the mission and the country.

Reid was given compassionate leave back to Germany in November 2005. For the next thirteen months they fought their own personal war with cancer…breast, lung…and finally eleven tumors in her brain.

In November 2006 the Stanley's took compassionate reassignment back to the U.S. to Ft. Eustis, Virginia.

On 31 December 2006, Ellicia lost her battle. But her spirit lives on in her husband, her children, and the many people she inspired with her courage.

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived

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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

My Name Is Chris, And I'm Still A Conservative

I've gotten a little bit of flack from a couple of my readers for announcing my support for Giuliani. And since I did so I've had to ask myself how can I walk that line between compromise and hypocrisy. Guiliani is for same-sex marriage. I'm not. He's for unfettered abortion. Unless it's to protect the life of the mother or rape, I think it should be outlawed. He's pro-gun control, civil unions and gays in the military. Well, I'm with him on those issues. But the one single issue that would possible cause me to drop my support for him is illegal immigration. Basically, Giuliani is of the same mindset as President Bush when it comes to illegal immigration. He's for it. Amnesty, guest worker program and do nothing about the ones already here but help them stay. Not really sure where he stands on a border fence. Or tightening border control in general. I'll have to do some more research. Because you can fight this war on terror as hard as you want, but if you're letting terrorists into the country unchecked it's all for naught.

So, how do I continue to be angry at politicians who want abortions to be common in this country and still retain my integrity? How do I remain outspoken against gay marriage and keep my principals? How can I still want to boot every illegal alien out of the country, slamming those who don't, and hold onto my values? I guess that's something I'll have to work out for myself. Will I continue to slam Hilary and Teddy "100 Proof" and any one else for the same things Giulani supports? Yes. Will I feel bad about doing so? No. My values, principals and integrity are my own and aren't based on what others think.
Monday, February 12, 2007

Why The U.S. Military Is The Best In The World, Pt. 2

Say hello to Land Warrior and the Stryker Combat Vehicles.

Damn Teeth Pullers

Below is a list of the 10 11 things I learned after going to the dentist today for a cleaning.

1. The dentist is still hot. Sexist, I know, but she's very easy on the eyes.

2. Dentists apparently get hungry during the day. Her stomach is maybe 3" from my ear and it was rumbling through most of the cleaning.

3. If you pump enough novicaine into your gums, you'll stay numb through most of the afternoon and early evening. My appointment was at 2pm and it's now 6:30 and it's just now starting to wear off.

4. It's almost impossible to eat or drink anything when one side of your face is dead. And the drooling? Forget about it. And just try saying the letter F when your lip's numb.

5. Laying in the dental chair for over an hour is VERY uncomfortable. My back and neck were screaming at me.

6. The dentist is EXPENSIVE. $168 just to clean the upper right section of my mouth. I still have two more to go plus a couple of extractions.

7. Those glasses make the dentist look like Burgess Meredith.

8. The dental office needs to put more things on the ceiling to read. The ABC's of caring is getting old.

9. The dentist can get very forceful when they're trying to maneuver around your lips. I thought she was going to pull the damn thing off.

10. I want something other than Raspberry flavored numbing gel. How about peach or watermelon?

I forgot one.

11. I'm claustrophobic. The dentist had to place a towel over my face so the water from the instrument she was using would splash all over my face. I couldn't take that very long. If I'd left it on any longer I would have started to hyperventilate.
Saturday, February 10, 2007

Hypocrisy Knows No Bounds

Students at San Francisco State University are in serious trouble. For what you may ask. For attending a demonstration and stomping on a flag. That's all. But hold your horses. It wasn't the American flag they were destroying. It was Hamas and Hezbollah flags they threw to the ground and stomped on. College Republicans at SFSU, apparently there really are Republicans in San Francisco, were holding an anti-terrorism rally when the incident took place. But it gets better. The Associated Students board called this act "hateful religious intolerance" and "pre-meditated stomping of the flags knowing it would offend some people and possibly incite violence." Now, like Michael wonders, what do you think would have happened if Students Against War and the International Socialist Organization would have demonstrated by stomping on a U.S. flag? Would that have called that hateful? I'm guessing not. I guess if you destroy an American flag your exercising your free speech, but if you destroy a Muslim flag, that happens to have the word Allah on it, your a racist and are intolerant and could be expelled from school.
Brooks And Dunn
Only In America (Live Version)

Sun coming up over New York City
School bus driver in a traffic jam
Starin' at the faces in her rearview mirror
Looking at the promise of the Promised Land
One kid dreams of fame and fortune
One kid helps pay the rent
One could end up going to prison
One just might be president

Only in America
Dreaming in red, white and blue
Only in America
Where we dream as big as we want to
We all get a chance
Everybody gets to dance
Only in America

Sun going down on an L.A. freeway
Newlyweds in the back of a limousine
A welder's son and a banker's daughter
All they want is everything
Some men, they dream of fame and fortune
Some work hard to pay the rent
Some give their lives to save our freedom
Heroes we never will forget

Only in America
Where we dream in red, white and blue
Only in America
Where we dream as big as we want to
We all get a chance
Everybody gets to dance
Only in America

Yeah only in America
Where we dream in red, white and blue
Yeah we dream as big as we want to

Tag, I'm It

I have been tagged by CavMom and now I have to tell 6 weird things about myself. I'm not really sure if I can come up with 6 that I feel comfortable talking about, but I'll try.

First, here are the rules for those that I tag:

"Each player of this games starts with 6 weird things about you. People who get tagged need to write a blog of their own 6 weird things as well as state the rule clearly. In the end, you need to choose 6 people to be tagged and list their names. Don’t forget to leave a comment that says you are tagged in their comments and tell them to read your blog."

1. I sometimes lay awake at night daydreaming. Yes, day. I'll sometimes have made up conversations with people.

2. I've cut out red meat from my diet, mostly, except on Wednesdays. Wednesday is steak day. I have a steak for dinner every Wednesday.

3. Along the same lines as number 2, I've cut out pop from my diet as well. Mostly. Wednesdays and Sundays are my pop day.

4. I still get goosebumps when I hear Hulk Hogan's music play. That guitar hits, The Immortal one comes out and it takes me back to my childhood.

5. I can't wear jeans. For some reason I can't keep them pulled up. I wear nothing but Khakis.

6. I haven't slept in a bed for almost 10 years.

Okay, I guess I'll tag:

Yankee Mom
Wednesday, February 7, 2007

Is It Really One And The Same?

This Story Was Suggested To Me By John K

On a recent airing of the Riz Kahn Show on al-JaQaeda International, ACLU lawyer, Steven Watt, stated that extraordinary rendition flights are just as bad as a beheading. Now, I had to actually look up what an extraordinary rendition flight was because I didn't know. It's the sending of terror suspects to another country to be held and interrogated. Really? That's just as bad as having your head lobbed off? Really?

Wednesday Hero

This Weeks Hero Was Suggested By LeAnn

On May 9th 2004, SFC Lloyd A. Heinrichs Jr was down at the Ocean front in Virginia Beach when a ‘Swimmer in Distress’ call came in to the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Dispatch office about noon. Myself (Gary Couch, Dive 8), SFC Heinrichs and Petty Officer First Class Scott Weil of the U.S Navy, volunteered to respond the call. There were a total of 3 people in the water that were being pulled out to sea by the current. The temperature of the water was only around 65 degrees Fahrenheit with the air temperature at 78 degrees Fahrenheit. The undertow was very extreme that day with the beach already “Red Flagged” due to the strong currents and excessive waves.

Upon arrival to the scene, SFC Heinrichs and PO1 Weil identified the victims. Without hesitation and with total disregard for their own safety each grabbed a torpedo buoy and entered the water. SFC Heinrichs went for the first victim to the South of 36th Street while PO1 Weil went for the second and third victims, which were hanging on to each other to the North of 36th Street. As I observed SFC Heinrichs and PO1 Weil, once they were waist deep, the current rapidly pulled them out. SFC Heinrichs made his way to the first victim and started fighting his way back to shore. Once SFC Heinrichs reached his victim, he calmed her down, making the attempt to head back to shore. Several times SFC Heinrichs and his victim were rolled under by the enormous waves and undertow. His victim was completely exhausted from the ordeal. Once he reached shallow water, he assisted his victim to shore. The victim was an older heavy-set lady, early forties. The Virginia Beach Fire Department Paramedics placed the victim on a stretcher and the Virginia Beach Volunteer Rescue Squad took her to Virginia Beach General Hospital.

SFC Heinrichs was extremely exhausted and fatigued from the rescue. He turned to check on PO1 Weil and notice that PO1 Weil had reached the other two victims, a male in his late twenties and a female in her early forties. PO1 Weil was struggling with his two victims giving a hand and arm signal for ‘Help’. The female was almost passive from near drowning, and the male who had initially swum out to help her was becoming a victim himself. Without hesitation, SFC Heinrichs picked himself up and ran back into the water to assist PO1 Weil while PO1 Weil did what he could to keep them calm and afloat until help arrived.

Once SFC Heinrichs reached PO1 Weil and the other two victims, they were all rolled by several consecutive waves, pinning SFC Heinrichs under the two victims. A few moments later, SFC Heinrichs emerged between the victims with both lanyards of the torpedo buoys wrapped around his neck, gasping for air. As the situation went from bad to worse, PO1 Weil tried his best to help SFC Heinrichs with untangling the lanyards from his neck while trying to hold his passive victim’s head out of the water. SFC Heinrichs took a deep breath and submerged himself in the attempt to free his neck. As each wave came over the top of PO1 Weil and the victims, we kept waiting for him to resurface in bated breath not knowing that the lanyards kept tightening around SFC Heinrichs’ neck. While continuous waves were tossing PO1 Weil and the victims, SFC Heinrichs reemerged on the side of the victims. He had been under for over thirty seconds trying to get loose. We began to worry weather or not he was going to come back up. You could hear the heavy sigh of relief from all the EMS personnel on the beach once he resurfaced. He grabbed a hold of the male victim and started for shore. The victims once, on shore, were taken away for medical attention. PO1 Weil and SFC Heinrichs were taken to an ambulance and checked for possible hypothermia and released.

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
It Is Foolish And Wrong To Mourn The Men Who Died. Rather We Should Thank God That Such Men Lived

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Tuesday, February 6, 2007

Wise Sage Of The Day

"Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely"
John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
Monday, February 5, 2007

It's Official

Watching Hannity & Colmes this evening and Rudy Giuliani made it semi-official. He will seek the Republican nomination for president. As everyone here knows, he's got my vote. Is he pro-abortion? Yes. Does he support gay marriage? Yes. Did he cheat on his wife? Yes. Is he a tough son-of-a-bitch when it comes to doing what it necessary to fight terrorism? Yes. And that's the most important issue facing this country today. You can outlaw abortion and same-sex marriage, but it means jack if a major U.S. city is hit by another terror attack. It's become a cliché, but Run, Rudy...Run.

Something Smells Fishy

Hey, numbnuts, you don't get to pick and choose where you're deployed.

But something about this story doesn't sit right with me. This Watada joined the Army AFTER the invasion of Iraq. If he thought it was illegal and wrong, why join? It kinda seems to me that he maybe enlisted hoping that he would be sent there just so he could make this grand statement that he's made. But that's just my opinion.
Sunday, February 4, 2007

Random Thoughts XVII: I Get To Vote Next Time

Can someone please explain these stupid white kids who take pictures of themselves flashing fake gang signs or upside down peace symbols calling themselves "gangsta", because I don't get it. You take the little bastards and place them in a real "gangsta" situation and they'll be crying for mommy withing 3 minutes.

Why are there no good radio stations anymore?

Tara King was good, but she wasn't no Mrs. Emma Peel

Oklahoma turns 100 in November.

I am such a stereotype

Smokehouse Blues

I could never be a vegetarian. Animals taste too good

Rock on, Kitty

I always thought Bob Seger would have a deeper speaking voice

I love cobbler. Peach cobbler. Apple cobbler. Blueberry cobbler. Cherry cobbler

I hate when someone doesn't post a Thank You when you add them to your Myspace friends list. And speaking of Myspace, I also hate it when someone sets their profile to Private. Pisses me off

Why do some tend to think that "groundbreaking" and "cutting edge" mean offensive?

I'm in love and her name's Shelby

Born In Time

$40!!!! Are You Joking?!?!?!?

I hate ass pimples

God bless the man that invented the bikini. He should have a school named after him

Battlestar Fracking Rulez!!!

I Am Man, Hear Me Roar
Cause After A Plate Of Beans You Can't Ignore

Why does Chief Auto Parts insist on pulling his dress up? Don't nobody want to see that

Songs I never get tired of:
Back In Black
Sin City
Stairway To Heaven
Comfortably Numb
Carol Of The Bells
Burning Love
Hey Jude
Let It Be
Tuesday Afternoon
Mustang Sally
Behind Blue Eyes
Long Live Rock
Love Reign O'Er Me

Jealousy doesn't become you

Big money, big money, big money, no wammies.... STOP

It's the terror of knowing
What this world is about
Watching some good friends
Screaming let me out
Saturday, February 3, 2007

Kyoto Hypocrisy

To go along with this post, I bring you this. So the next time some tree hugger screams that Bush no signing onto the Kyoto Protocol was hurt the environment, direct them to that article. Maybe Europe isn't the world's savior after all.
Friday, February 2, 2007

Those Poor Muslims

This Story Was Suggested By John K

An Australian university has offered Muslims their own private bathrooms that can only be accessed by secret code. And I have the code. It's four LA-LA-LA-LA's, two Jihad's and eight Allah's.

You know, this has gotten out of hand. People are so afraid of offending the poor downtrodden Muslims today. I can't imagine why, I mean it's not like they'd do something stupid call for a Jihad then blow themselves up killing you in the process. They're not that easily offended.
Thursday, February 1, 2007

Wise Sage Of The Day

Talk sense to a fool and he calls you foolish.

Speak The Truth

Back in 2002, current Canadian P.M Stephen Harper said of the Kyoto Accord,
Kyoto is essentially a socialist scheme to suck money out of wealth-producing nations
But like any good politician, he's seen how the polls have gone and has since flip-flopped his views.

The Kyoto Waste came into effect almost two years ago and has cost almost $300,000,000,000 and will maybe reduced the global temp by 0.003046189 degrees Celsius by the year 2050. Like I said, waste.