Tuesday, July 05, 2005

George W's Quagmire

Should have posted this one yesterday.
“Here it is, July of 1776, and George W. and his lackeys are just now getting around to declaring what this war is supposedly all about?” complained Loyalist playwright Michael LeMoore. “Washington and his neo-congressionalists rushed us into war at Lexington and Concord, before anyone had ‘declared’ a single word about independence. Face it: George lied, and people died.”

Smell the Kofi

Chrenkoff checks in with A roundup of the past two weeks' good news from Iraq.
In a statement, Sheikh Abu Manar Al Alami, president of the Council for Islamic Call and Guidance for the Salafi trend, called the Arab fighters to refrain from the martyr attacks. He confirmed the nullity of the religious opinions of Jihad in Iraq, which have been launched by some Salafi clergymen in Saudi Arabia.

As If We Needed More Evidence

that England long ago ceased to be a free country inhabited by adults, now we read that the sheeple are to be fitted with obedience collars.
The satellite-based system will monitor the speed limit and apply the brakes or cut out the accelerator if the driver tries to exceed it. A government-funded trial has concluded that the scheme promotes safer driving.
In other news, a fox-funded trial has concluded that gates on henhouses promote hunger.

Update: I hardly know what to say about this.