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:: Tuesday, October 31, 2006 ::
ROP update:On the first two days of Eid in Cairo a mob of hundreds of men swept through downtown attacking and sexually assaulting random girls in an animalistic display that must boggle every mind. Apparently, the utter lack of basic decency, respect for women, or the rule of law was not confined to Ramadan alone - in fact, Ramadan was the only thing suppressing the baser instincts of these men. I feel sick at heart, and may never spend time downtown again, as it seems we women are actively in danger there. Will Cairo one day be like Mogadishu, where every woman is raped before she turns 16?
Thinkin' about scraping that Kerry Edwards bumper-sticker off your rusty Volvo yet?:: Wednesday, October 11, 2006 ::
Communist Utopia Update:: Sunday, October 08, 2006 ::
Hollywood elites, you know, the hypocrits with 27 car garages, heated swimming pools and a carbon footprint that would make bigfoot blush would deny you and I natural gas to heat our hovels in the dead of winter. This is the very face of liberal hypocracy and a pretty good semblance of how the world would look should they ever regain meaningful power. Pierce Brosnan, what a pant-load.:: Saturday, October 07, 2006 ::
MSM is fond of polls demonstrating that the overwhelming majority of everybody everywhere hates Amerikkka so why no polls from Iraq or Afghanistan? Well, turns out there are lots of polls from Iraq and Afghanistan. No Pasaran has it [>]:: Thursday, October 05, 2006 ::
Urban-sophisticate and immensely popular (not to mention handsome) radio personality Garrison Keillor woos ignorant, bigoted Dallas crowd with that oblique, down-home, over-modulated, patronizing condescention that's made him the darling of geriatric, pot-adled hippies everywhere. Florida Cracker has it [>]
Islam: Not reformation but transformation. Keep the cartoons coming.
Communist Utopia Update: China, Doing a little routine housekeeping in preparation for the Olympics.:: Wednesday, October 04, 2006 ::
Roger L. Simon sums it all up nicely::: Monday, October 02, 2006 ::"Only the Greek playwright's manic disposition could correctly characterize the times in which we live when the semi-sex life of an obscure congressman leads to the downfall of an administration and the rise of Nancy Pelosi (!) as Speaker of the House followed by... what... impeachment hearings? Lysistrata anyone? Meanwhile, does anyone think it is ironic that so-called progressives who excoriated eavesdropping on terrorists are feasting on the publication of supposedly confidential email and IMs? You can forget about privacy. It no longer exists, if it ever did. The Patriot Act, if you think about it, is on some levels a joke, the Constitution a sideshow. The craven and rapacious stalk the corridors of power egged on by a loathesome media as hypocrisy rules and child abuse rears its ugly head with the age of consent debated by people whose only interest is their own ambitions. Meanwhile, lost in the shadows, an enemy whose "Messenger" married a nine -year old watches and waits."
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