Wednesday, March 7, 2007

Ethiopia

My sincerest thank you to Ethiopia for killing pseudo-Canadian terrorists in Somalia. Had you merely maimed them, the Canadian taxpayer would have undoubtedly been liable to pay for their health care. We would have had to pay another developed nation evacuate them. We would have had to fly them back to Canada in business class in order to avoid liberal ridicule for their mistreatment. And we would have had to pay for their recuperation. Jack Layton and Stephane Dion may have even waived their staunch opposition to queue-jumping in order to expedite their recovery. It is unclear as to whether or not Canadian taxpayers would have been required to pay for their flight back to Somalia where they could resume their jihad.


And so I must say thank you from the bottom of my heart. And keep up the good work that the rest of the world is too cowardly to do themselves.

Saturday, February 24, 2007

Conservative Hypocrites

Conservatives are having a field day with this one:



Federal agents arrested Charles Rust-Tierney, the former president of the Virginia chapter of the ACLU, Friday in Arlington for allegedly possessing child pornography.


According to a criminal complaint obtained by ABC News, Rust-Tierney allegedly used his e-mail address and credit card to subscribe to and access a child pornography website.


Check out StoptheACLU’s gleeful commentary.  Since Tierney is evil, the implication is that the ACLU is evil.


Yet, when a top evangelical Christian leader was exposed as having paid for drugs and a male prostitute the same conclusion was taboo.  I’m speaking, of course of Ted Haggard, once known as the most influential conservative evangelical Christian.


Sorry guys, but fair is fair… you can’t have it both ways.


 


 

Sunday, February 18, 2007

What was she thinking?


While onlookers gawked, Britney Spears checked into a rehab center, shaved her head and got a new tattoo on her wrist. Mental health experts said the behavior was erratic and required attention, while fans of the pop star took to the internet to express their support for her. No, this is not a marketing ploy but a cry for help.