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Monday, January 31, 2005
Crying will fix everything
While slogging through the sewer of DU, thanks to LGF (bastards) I found this...

No one here wants US troops to DIE. WE WERE THE ONES IN THE STREETS, marching against this fucking immoral war. We were the ones writing letters, holding up signs, CRYING, praying, BEGGING the fucking government NOT TO DO THIS. I can't tell you how many candles I lit with tears in my eyes. I can't tell you how many times I've cried in the morning to hear of MORE deaths, MORE misery. I look at the pictures from Iraq late at night and can't sleep.

Look not here.
(BOLD mine)

Here we find the left's central problem... Crying and marching with signs equates to real work. As long as you cry and protest and feel bad, you are making a change in the world.

The elections are a great victory for the Iraqi people, for Democracy and yes, for The President. The DUmmies can’t get past their blind hatred for The President and see that a good thing has happened in the world.

Keep crying my friend...keep crying...

UPDATE: Thanks Glenn for pointing me to this.
You may think that you have felt dumb before, but let me tell you something: until you have stood in front of a man who knows real pain and told him that you are against your country's alleviation of his country's state-sponsored murderous suffering, you have not felt truly, deeply, like a total fucking moron.

At least someone in the anti-Bush camp gets it.
Wednesday, January 26, 2005
Linking to Ace -- well....
While it LOOKS like I am linking to Ace of Spades AGAIN... I am just passing along a link to a soon-to-be classic post on the site. Too bad Ace himself didn't write it...

Nice job Guys!

You know, I think if someone could REALLY alter the laws of arithmetic, I would want him to be my leader and he would get my vote anyway.

Tuesday, January 25, 2005
You know... the hypocrisy of Ollie shouldn't astound me anymore... but here he goes again.

Here he makes a reference to Ricky Ricardo (I Love Lucy) in a post about Alberto Gonzales... How sad...

How Sad, indeed
Friday, January 21, 2005
Must see
I am still on "blog-break", but I have to surface to point to THIS.

And I thought that "tinfoil hat type" was just a myth...
Monday, January 10, 2005
CBS Report
The long awaited report on RatherGate is out.

Ace of Spades is all over it like white on rice.
Thursday, January 06, 2005
Domain name
After a whole lot of futzing, arguing and frustration, it looks like I have FINALLY gotten control of the domain name. now points to this site. I hope that I can now refocus on reading and commenting on the Qur'an again instead of fighting various jackasses and pounding on stupid technology issues.
Wednesday, January 05, 2005
Brazenly stealing from "The Daily Show", I have to say "Whaaaaaaaa?!"

For some reason, the owner of this racist, weird, poorly designed and (IMHO) stupid/evil website has decided to post a link to TQP. I guess they didn't take the time to read the content, because their front page has a rant that might have come out of the God-forsaken mouth of the terrorists in Iraq.

Use of the phrases "Christian Crusades" and "Over 90% of the Islamic people do not want democracy" show an amazing lack of critical thought and moronic lockstep thinking of the "kook left". I guess these guys are the only Iraqis that want democracy...

Actually, I suspect the owner read one post and concluded I was a fan of the Qur'an and lost my hosting because of it. Long time (or anyone bothering to read more than one post) know that nothing could be further from the truth. The real reason I lost my hosting is that the former host is a complete jackass and had nothing to do with the content of the site.

"God-forsaken" is a good phrase for this site and the people found there.
Right in my wheelhouse
How could I pass up a link to this video?

I mean really, they are FRENCH!

H/T to Ace

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