Monday, February 28, 2005

Radio Goo Goo

I've got several entries still percolating in the 'Drafts' folder, but wanted to say that I'll be on the radio tonight, 8-10 pm EST. If so inclined, you can listen online here.

Friday, February 04, 2005


So, US Lieutenant General James N. Mattis thinks it's "fun to shoot some people". Well, that's the gist of the headlines, at least. Surely, however, the caterwauling, pussified liberal media are leaving out the context, which appears to be:
You go into Afghanistan, you got guys who slap women around for five years because they didn't wear a veil...You know, guys like that ain't got no manhood left anyway. So it's a hell of a lot of fun to shoot them.
So really, the General is just a feminist at heart, you know, standing up for the poor abused Muslim women of the world.

I have to wonder if his enlightened philosophy might also apply elsewhere.


Meanwhile, Bush's wife, excuse me, Secretary of State is claiming that military action in Iran is not on the agenda. Leaving aside the question of just how another military "action" could even be possible with an overextended and demoralized personnel that has too much on their hands already, my real question to the liberal media--who continue dutifully regurgitating the administration's line with perfect credulity is this: Why do you take anything said by these criminals as anything but the opposite of what is, in fact, true? As Bill Hicks so poetically said (and what might be considered a distillation of the JoDI worldview),
If you do a commercial there's a price on your head, everything you say is suspect and every word that comes out of your mouth is now like a turd falling into my drink.
Lo, the shadow of Condi's ass doth fall upon my glass.