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Cheney destroying wildlife

No, not with his big #ss “carbon footprint”, but by a more diabolical and brutal method! Does this man’s savagery know no end? From Chicago (Da Bears):

A bird appears to have flown into and damaged the engine of Vice President Dick Cheney’s plane as it arrived in Chicago Friday morning.

As of 10:30 a.m., mechanics were inspecting the plane to see if repairs are necessary and if the plane can return to Washington. The plane landed safely, and no one was hurt.

“No one was hurt”?? What about that poor, helpless bird? Sucked into Cheney’s carbon polluter and chopped into bits, and “no one was hurt”?? Someone call PETA, and pronto! If PETA’s not too busy killing animals themselves, they can take care of this b#stard post haste!

For those of you on the left, the prior paragraph was sarcasm. By the way, how long will it be before the moonbats lament that the plane didn’t crash and burn Cheney to a crispy nub (like they lamented the failed assassination attempt in Afghanistan)?


April 13, 2007 Posted by | animal rights wackos, Cheney, moonbats | 2 Comments

Religion of peace / political correctness update

The backwards “religion of peace” strikes again. From LGF:

What do you get when you put a Koran together with a couple of slices of crisp, juicy bacon? Bacon: The New Hate Crime.


Political, religious leaders asked to repudiate growing Islamophobia

(WASHINGTON, D.C., 4/10/07) — A prominent national Islamic civil rights and advocacy group today called on the FBI to investigated what Tennessee law enforcement authorities are calling a “hate crime” targeting a mosque in that state.

The Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations CAIR said worshipers at the Islamic Center of Clarksville found a defaced copy of the Quran, Islam’s revealed text, on the front steps of the mosque just before communal prayers (Jummah) on Friday. Two strips of bacon, which is prohibited for Muslims to eat, were smeared in the Quran. Local police are investigating the incident as a hate crime.

SEE: Muslims on Alert After Hate Crime (Leaf-Chronicle)

“We once again urge local, state and national political and religious leaders to repudiate the growing level of anti-Muslim rhetoric in our society that can lead to such troubling incidents,” said CAIR Executive Director Nihad Awad.

Here’s an intemperate question: if something is to be classified as a “hate crime”, doesn’t it by definition have to be a “crime” first? Could someone please tell me what crime sticking a couple of strips of bacon into a book constitutes? I’d be very grateful.

April 13, 2007 Posted by | political correctness, religion of peace | Leave a comment

Wolfowitz to be fired from World Bank?

Looks like the former second in command at the Pentagon has some ‘splaining to do. From FNC:

Can World Bank president Paul Wolfowitz survive in his job? Increasingly, there is speculation that he cannot.

Wolfowitz, 63, is facing the biggest crisis of his career: a scandal involving promotions and pay hikes to his girlfriend that threatens his control of the world’s largest and most influential anti-poverty institution, which doles out some $20 billion annually in loans and grants to developing countries.

After a week of shifting explanations by bank officials, a clearly-beleaguered Wolfowitz on Thursday announced at a Washington press briefing that he made “a mistake for which I am sorry” over his handling of a promotion and huge pay increases for bank staffer Shaha Riza, who had a romantic relationship with Wolfowitz that precedes his appointment to the bank’s helm in 2005.

The pressure has been building rapidly on Wolfowitz, following allegations that he may have broken bank rules in ordering hikes in job status and pay for Riza. (Both are divorced.) The main problem is that Wolfowitz may have done this without consulting organs of the bank board that would otherwise deal with such conflicts of interest.

One word comes to mind when I think of Wolfowitz in this story: dumb#ss!

Seriously, dude, did you think that giving promotions and perks to the woman with whom you bump uglies isn’t going to attract any attention? Did you not think “You know, it might be a good idea for me to recuse myself from this process”? What a serious lapse in judgment!

BTW, is it just me, or does anyone else think that Wolfowitz looks a lot like Peter Coyote?

April 13, 2007 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

NJ guv Corzine critically injured in car wreck

From CNN:

New Jersey Gov. Jon S. Corzine won’t be able to walk normally for months because of a car accident that left him hospitalized with serious injuries, a doctor said.

The doctor said it will be at least several days before Corzine can resume his duties as governor.

Corzine, 60, was in critical condition Friday after undergoing two hours of surgery Thursday night to repair his broken leg and other injuries sustained in the crash on the Garden State Parkway in Galloway Township. (Watch helicopter footage of the crash aftermath )

“He’s got a pretty significant rehab in front of him,” said Dr. Robert Ostrum, who performed the surgery at Cooper University Hospital in Camden.

He said a rod was inserted in Corzine’s leg, and additional operations were scheduled for Saturday and Monday.

Here’s hoping that Gov. Corzine has a speedy and full recovery, and that he and his family remain strong for the coming months of rehab.

April 13, 2007 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Iraqi militias train in Iran

Well thank God Allah that My Damn Speaker Pe-loco is gonna go have a chat with Ahmanutjob! Maybe she’ll give him a stern talking-to, San Franistan style! From Forbes:

Iraqi militia fighters are being trained in Iran to build and use deadly armor-piercing roadside bombs and complex attack strategies against American forces, the U.S. military said Wednesday.

U.S. military spokesman Maj. Gen. William Caldwell would not say how many militiamen had gone to Iran but said that questioning of fighters captured as recently as this month confirmed many had been in Iranian training camps.

“They do receive training on how to assemble and employ EFPs,” Caldwell said, adding that fighters also were taught how to carry out attacks that use explosives followed by assaults with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms.

The accusations are the latest attempt by the United States to show that Iran is meddling in the Iraq war. If true, the training poses a serious threat to both U.S. forces and Iraqi stability. Iraq, which like Iran is majority Shiite, has found itself in a difficult position since the U.S.-led invasion in 2003, trying to maintain good relations with its neighbor while not angering the Americans.

Yeah, I’d like to maintain good relations with my neighbors if they were trying to kill me.

April 13, 2007 Posted by | Iran, Iraq | Leave a comment

Republicans correct educrats’ snub of Jeb

From the Orlando Slant-inel:

Just a few weeks after the University of Florida’s faculty Senate voted against awarding Jeb Bush an honorary degree, a Republican-controlled House council decided this morning to make the university name its entire college of education after the former governor.

The University of Florida’s education school would be renamed the “Jeb Bush College of Education,” under an amendment approved this morning by the House Schools & Learning Council. What’s more, UF would also have to erect “suitable markers” noting the college’s new name and include the revised name in all university documents, including catalogues and brochures.

The provision, which was inserted into a broader bill (HB 621) renaming buildings at various state universities, was offered by Rep. David Rivera, R-Miami. Rivera’s a top lieutenant to House Speaker Marco Rubio, who has long admired Bush and regularly seeks counsel from the former governor.

Personally, I object to the actions of the legislature. Why? Because I like Jeb too much to ever associate him with UF!

April 13, 2007 Posted by | Florida, public education | Leave a comment

Duke lacrosse players to sue? Plus, parallels with Imus

From Breitbart/AP:

The disgraced district attorney in the Duke lacrosse rape case apologized to the three athletes in a carefully worded statement Thursday as their lawyers weighed whether to sue him—and some legal experts say they have a case.

While prosecutors generally have immunity for what they do inside the courtroom, experts said that protection probably doesn’t cover some of Mike Nifong’s more questionable actions in his handling of the case—such as calling the lacrosse players “a bunch of hooligans” in one of several interviews deemed unethical by the state bar.

“I think their chances of success suing Mr. Nifong are reasonably good, despite what we call prosecutorial immunity,” said John Banzhaf, a professor at the George Washington University School of Law.

Sue him into submission, gentlemen! Speaking of the Duke lacrosse players, this from Drudge:

On Imus’ radio program (no longer simulcast on MSNBC) this morning, Chris Carlin, who covers sports for the program, discussed yesterday’s dismissal of charges against the Duke lacrosse players.

(rough transcript)

DON IMUS: When will Al Sharpton be apologizing to them?


CARLIN: I’m unaware of such a press conference.

IMUS: I’ll be darned…

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: What Imus said was stupid, ignorant, and hurtful. However, I can only take so much of this leftist double-standard shizit for so long.

Let’s recap:

Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton and a bunch of other race-hustling poverty pimps tar and feather the Duke lacrosse players as racist, using “white privilege” to terrorize a black stripper, being sexual predators, etc. Now that the charges against the players have been dropped, no apologies have come from these racebaiters. In other words, defame a group of innocent white males, and who cares?

In contrast, Don Imus calls the Rutgers women’s basketball team “nappy headed ho’s” (or is it “hos” or “hoes”? But I digress.), and he loses his radio and TV shows. In other words, defame a group of innocent black females, and everyone cares!

Hey, it’s not like black females are to be protected from these kinds of references. As Michelle points out, a cursory glance at certain rap songs (and these are but a drop in the bucket) use language and objectification astronomically worse than what Imus said. What happens to these rap artists? They sell millions of records, t-shirts, posters, etc., and are adored by fans world-wide. As Texas Rainmaker notes, “if only Imus had been young, black and full of rage…”

Then again, we can’t fault Snoop D-o-double-jizzle or the pedophile R. Kelly for the way they objectify women, since it’s all George W’s fault…as in George Washington! Of course, Snoop says the ho’s he raps about are completely different kinds of ho’s…be-yotch. Cool…that clears it up for me. Thanks, Mr. Dizzle.

My heart doesn’t bleed for Imus, but it weeps for the carnage that political correctness has levied upon this country.

April 13, 2007 Posted by | bigotry, Duke lacrosse, hypocrisy, Imus, political correctness | Leave a comment