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Tuesday, April 18, 2006


They Called Them 'Students' in Iran As Well

Chart Euro to Australian Dollar Since the so-called Students Against the War so graciously gave us a way to contact them, at their email address, I thought I should take the opportunity to reinforce their belief that this war is immoral and we should not be getting involved in sovereign nations' affairs.

So I sent them this little note:

Here's why we should not be in this war:

Saddam wasn't bothering us! Why did we have to get involved?!

I will wait to see if these retards understand the concept of sarcasm. I guess they must; the very name of their little fascist gang is about as ironic as a name could be.

Thursday, April 13, 2006


Gave Peace A Chance

We gave peace a chance, and all we got to show for it was this lousy T-shirt. Actually, I think the one on the right fits the "peace mom" much better, don't you?

EURAUD How sickening is this woman. I know John Lennon was a big anti-war kind of guy, but I somehow think he would be revolted at the notion of this blatant anti-Semite, fascist-loving, oppression-loving, hate-mongering, old whore using his image to promote her lies of wanting peace and wanting to bring back the troops for their sake, or the macguffin she invented that she's sad about her son dying.

She's sad that he died for a noble cause, that he died for his country, that he died defending justice and battling evil. She's sad because in her heart she must know that he died battling her.

I think George Soros would get better bang for his buck if he would fire this old commie hag and hire some random psycho who's off his meds and ranting about the chips in his brain.

Thursday, March 30, 2006


He's Good at Whackin'

Harrison Ford hates the Internet. Pretty broad statement.

HARRISON FORD hates the internet, because it means anyone can spread malicious gossip about him. The actor, who plays a computer-security specialist in his latest film FIREWALL, sees a need to censor his words to avoid being misrepresented online.

Oh, well that would never happen without the Web. People never misrepresented anything a celebrity ever said before Al Gore invented the Internet. But not to worry, Harry. You give so few interviews, there is hardly anything anybody could ever take out of context. In fact, as Mr. Ford said in the linked article above:

The ... thing about the internet is that ... everything ... grabs ... my ... can ... f**king [it] ....

Friday, February 17, 2006


Welcome, Students!

EUR/AUD Hello Akron! To all students of Ms. Russ' class, I bid you welcome.

To everybody else, who has no idea why a Brooklyn Boy is addressing Ohio, aside from thanking them profusely for voting for Dubya, I have been selected by Ms. Jana Russ as one of several blogs her students are analyzing as a homework assignment.

For a change, I am among the greats: Scrappleface, Dave Barry, Rotten Tomatoes, Wonkette, and Michael Moore (blecccch!).

I would love to know why I was selected; since this blog is certainly not famous, I assume it is considered "infamous." Which is OK. It's all in the name of fun.

So have fun, kids. I would love to know your thoughts on the ramblings within.

Start with this one.

Tuesday, February 14, 2006


Vice Squad

The Texas Cheney-saw Massacre, encapsulated in a form that even NBC News chief White House correspondent David Gregory can understand, using only the last four Vice Presidents of the United States:

Thursday, February 09, 2006


Hillary: All We've Got Is Fear Itself

Hillary Clinton is testing the chilly waters of her imminent Presidential campaign by tossing around some pretty lame attempts at tough talk on defense, terrorism and homeland security. She has already made enemies of the fake-pacifist pro-islamist crowd by voting for the Iraq war. So the only route she has is to show how much she is not like Al Gore and John Kerry. No, unlike them, she is all gung ho for strapping on a bandolier and grabbing her uzi and taking out Bin Laden and Zarqawi while clinging to the underside of a Blackhawk.

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton Wednesday walloped Karl Rove and President George W. Bush for "playing the fear card" on terrorism and for failing to kill "the tallest man in Afghanistan," Osama bin Laden.


Clinton drew thunderous applause when she mocked the administration's failure to track down the 6-foot-5 bin Laden. "You cannot explain to me why we have not captured or killed the tallest man in Afghanistan," she said.

Actually, yes I can. If you simply read the report from the 9/11 commission, you will see it in black and white. The Clinton White House was run by lawyers. Their overly legalistic (which is ironic considering their lawless behavior) defense decisions prevented them from taking out Bin Laden when they had him literally in their sites. It caused them to handcuff our law enforcement and intelligence people, who were not only prevented from capturing Osama, but from stopping his attacks. They were very tender with the Taliban, and looked the other way when we were hit repeatedly.

Even after as clear an act of war as the attack on the Cole, the Clinton White House didn't want to get into the messy business called war. Some people even theorize that the Clinton Administration went out of its way to downplay evidence of terrorism as a cause for Flight 800's downing, which was explained away as an anomaly.

To Democrats, this is still not a war. It's a law enforcement issue. That mindset is why Bin Laden ran his training camps for so many years unmolested. This doesn't even take into account the human rights issues that made war even more imperative. But most significantly, everybody needs to remember that to Democrats, defense means nothing more than screaming about how patriotic you are while Bin Laden reads off your talking points memo as his own. All that's left is for the next Osama tape to talk about Bush's "culture of corruption."

Saying she takes "a backseat to nobody when it comes to fighting terrorism," Clinton accused the White House of portraying critics of Iraq and Afghanistan policy as comforting the enemy.

No, she doesn't take a backseat. She arrived late to the carpool. Now speaking of "comforting the enemy," here's something you will never see Bush doing:

Compare this with her likely Republican opponent, Rudy Giuliani, who threw Yasser Arafat out of Carnegie Hall, to the distressed bemusement of liberals everywhere, and who tore up a ten million dollar check from the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia when he found out it came with anti-Semitic strings attached. Also, the man who broke the back of the Mafia would not likely spend his last days in the White House pardoning the most egregious felons for murky reasons.

Perhaps realizing her weak attempt to not appear weak on defense, Hillary is also still clinging to some of the boilerplate Democrat themes, pandering to groups she knows she can count on as her zombie slaves: unions and minorities:

Clinton touched on other themes, including coverage, growing foreign debt, her dissatisfaction with the administration's energy policy and her call for a summit to address downsizing of the American auto industry, which resonated with the auto workers Wednesday.

Oh, good: a summit. That's a great Democratic tactic, because it doesn't offer any solutions, doesn't cost anything, doesn't take a stand, and doesn't make any promises to break. It is also hollow and worthless.

Clinton followed Vermont Rep. Bernie Sanders, who slammed the Bush White House as "one of the worst in history" -- virtually the same criticism Clinton used during a fiery Martin Luther King Jr. Day speech in Harlem.

By taking ownership of this outrageous line, Hillary is basically saying that the Presidents that allowed slavery, segregation and lynchings were better Presidents than Bush. Why does this nonsense appeal to so many blacks? What drives people to accept such pandering drivel, when they get nothing in return from the Democrats? Do they hate white people so much that they will vote for a white Southern Democrat just because people like Hillary (and even Klansmen like Byrd) make noises like this, even when they know they will never get anything for their loyalty? Instead they call Colin Powell and Condi Rice and Clarence Thomas (and others who are actually out there opening doors at the top levels of government) the most horrible racist names. And Democrats say this is OK when the black person being insulted is a Republican. Or even an independent who disagrees with them.

"Since when has it been part of American patriotism to keep our mouths shut?" she said.

No, Hillary, it wouldn't necessarily be patriotic to shut your stinking cake hole. But it would certainly help you get elected. So please keep flapping your gums.

Tuesday, January 31, 2006


Amanpour is a Terrorist

Do you get your news from this woman? Do you get your news from her network, CNN?

If so, then you get a lot of enemy propaganda broadcast into your living room.

The situation in Iraq is better than it has been in thirty years, ESPECIALLY in terms of how many people are being killed every day. Under Saddam, hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions died under painful circumstances. And during this time, CNN knew about the torture and the summary executions and the mass graves. But they chose not to report it. Why? Because Eason Jordan made the moral argument with his conscience that it was OK to look the other way if it meant getting CNN access to Baghdad.

Of course, we all remember when it was revealed that Eason Jordan accused U.S. troops of intentionally targetting journalists in Iraq for execution. He denied saying it, but was finally forced to resign when the truth was dragged out kicking and screaming.

But the spirit of Eason Jordan lives on in that withered, stretched out, haggard, chain smoker face of that bony old bitchbag Christiane Amanpour.

I wonder how deep she was in personally with Saddam. It turns out now that when the Times blew the cover on the NSA surveillance program, CNN asked the government if Ms. Amanpour was included in that surveillance. Now why would this dried out old husk of a pamphleteer be caught in surveillance aimed at people who talk to Al Qaeda operatives?

This "woman" is a traitor, and hopefully the next roadside bomb will find her gorgon-like face.

Tuesday, January 24, 2006


You're Getting Colder... Colder...

This is from Reuters:

Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore's second book about global warming will be published in April with the title "An Inconvenient Truth," his publisher Rodale Books said on Tuesday.

Poor Al Gore. Poor, poor Al Gore. Poor demented Al Gore.

How sad. A year ago this Friday, Gore made a rousing speech about global warming on a day that turned out to be just about the coldest day in New York City's history. And now, I find the link to this Reuters press release on Drudge, surrounded by links to stories that show what a sack of crap the whole global warming industry is:

Monday, January 09, 2006


Barbra Streisand is an Idiot

Yeah, that sums it up.

Friday, December 30, 2005


Where the Wonder Pets Go

Hey, whaddaya know? It's a pet store exclusively for John Kerry's wonder dog...

Friday, December 23, 2005


Korla Who?

Reader Michael Bolduc sent me this excellent image from a collection of "Worst Christmas Album Covers" posted at Bizarre Records. Check out the other galleries on their site as well. Well worth it.

This provides a glimpse into the history of where the name of this blog came from, and the mystery that was Korla Pandit.

Sunday, October 02, 2005


Favoring the Greecks?

Thank god it's over.

In typical UN-speak, the month of September is called "UN Week," and it is not a happy time for drivers in New York City. It's "weeks" like this that only serve to remind us all that the UN should be kicked out of this city, this state, this country, this world, and preferably this multiverse. But here's further proof that the UN is only promoting hate:

Wednesday, September 14, 2005


Proof That Bush Didn't Lie

It seems that Hu didn't die!

Monday, September 12, 2005


What About Mr. Setlinoutacort?

This caught my eye on Atlantic Avenue. It looks like a law firm Mad magazine might have thought up: Imasuen & Watkins.

When you're named Imasuen, maybe you're just born litigious.

Update: Welcome Best-of-the-Web readers. Have a ball!

Sunday, September 04, 2005


A Tale of Two Bridges

Finally, some welcome news:

Police shot and killed at least five people Sunday after gunmen opened fire on a group of contractors traveling across a bridge on their way to make repairs, authorities said.

Now, compare that with this:

On March 31, 2004, four men working for Blackwater USA as security guards -- Scott Helvenston, Wesley Batalona, Jerry Zovko and Michael Teague -- were ambushed by insurgents in Fallujah. They were killed, their bodies burned and mutilated, and two were strung up on a bridge over the Euphrates.

Sigh. If only those contractors in Fallujah had the same protection that the contractors in New Orleans had. This time around, the terrorists were the ones left dead on the bridge. The difference is we don't hang their bodies up for the cameras.

That's right. I said "terrorists." That's what these dirtbags are, those savages who shoot at people risking their lives to save others and to rebuild destroyed cities.

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