Friday, September 29, 2006

Terrorism IS Manageable

Hallelujah, I finally see the light. Why, oh why, didn't we all listen to Oliver Stone before. That bastion of truth-in-filmaking tells us that terrorism is a manageable action, and that we can live with it.

Hey Stone. Do you maybe want to tell the families of Flight 93's victims that terrorism is manageable? Or what about the families of those who had to jump from 80 floors up as the WTC towers fell? What the hell kind of pompous ass are you, that you can call the 9/11 attacks 'manageable'. Bless your little heart, though, for realizing that not all of the worlds' problems are the fault of the U.S.

I'll tell you how to 'manage' terrorism; relentlessly pursue those responsible, including their financiers. (Yes, this means all you assholes that send money to terrorist organizations; you're just as guilty).

Friday, September 15, 2006

Without Equivocation

Oh, and in response to the question asked by Michelle?

I support the Pope!

Yet another Great Satan?

The United States has been considered the "Great Satan" by the Moslem world. Now, it looks like Pope Benedict XVI, and by extension the Holy Catholic Church, will also be put on the Moslem most-hated list. While in Germany recently, the pope quoted a conversation between "a 14th century Byzantine Christian emperor and an educated Persian." Here's what the Pope said:

"The emperor comes to speak about the issue of jihad, holy war," the pope said. "He said, I quote, "Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached," he quoted the emperor as saying."

Get it, you stupid Mooslems? The Pope didn't say these things, he was quoting the Byzantine emperor. And what's the reaction of the "Religion of Peace"? Try this! Or this!

Michelle, as usual, has excellent commentary on the issue.

I've said it before, I'll say it again. Mohammed? Piss be upon him!
A quiz to start off the day... thanks Jim!