Now that's an eggnog pancake!
Something will come of this. I hope it mayn't be human gore.
So Babs has declared Dr. Rice to be a failure, and not qualified to be Secretary of State. Let's compare biographies, shall we? Here's Dr. Rice's bio from the White House website.
[... looooooong bio, very impressive...]
Now Babs' bio.
Barbra Streisand was an honor student at Erasmus High School in Brooklyn, and wrote the music for "Here We Are At Last" from the motion picture, "Nuts".
You'll excuse me if I laugh over Streisand's criticism of Rice.
The National Security Adviser should be a thoughtful objective counselor to the president on security concerns and not be seen as a political operative, yet Rice actively campaigned for Bush during the election.
Yes, she did campaign...Just as hard as she could. The NSA should be thoughtful and objective? Like Sandy "Big Pants" Berger was to Babs' hero Bill Clinton? He definitely was thoughtful when he wore baggy pants and elastic socks to stuff 9/11 documents into when he visited the National Archives. And he certainly objected when he got caught.
You can elect Bush, Kerry or Satan himself, it doesn't matter to us.No kidding? Again with the Satan thing. Really, think for a moment. If we were truly Satan, why have we not nuked you? Why haven't we put American Muslims in concentration camps? Why haven't we begun the systematic extermination of Muslims? We could, no doubt, carry out these things with our vast economic and military superiority.
We are a nation of patience," al-Zawahiri said. "And we will resist to fight you, God willing, until the last minute.Hopefully we'll see that minute pretty soon. Notice also, while being a nation of patience, that you are also a nation of poverty, violence, crazy, ignorance, backwardness, and sand dunes. It's pathetic. Allah sure has a strange way of showing his approval for your behavior.
This guy is obviously in league with the former Iraqi Minister of Information. He makes our own crackpots like Lautenberg look sane. Can you imagine CNN or ABCnews actually mentioning this "... in other reports it appears that members of the Turkish parliament are crazy. " And yet liberals tout their Bushisms while they dingbats they support can be batshit crazy and still get their approval.
"The occupation has turned into barbarism,"Friday's Yeni Safak newspaper quoted Mehmet Elkatmis, head of parliament's human rights commission, as saying. "The U.S. administration is committing genocide...in Iraq.
"Never in human history have such genocide and cruelty been witnessed. Such a genocide was never seen in the time of the pharoahs (of ancient Egypt), nor of Hitler nor of (Italy's fascist leader Benito) Mussolini," he said.
A man armed with a knife has broken into a high school dormitory in central China, killing eight students and injuring four others...
China traditionally has enjoyed a relatively low crime rate, but has suffered a series of knife attacks in schools and day-care centers in recent months. The earlier assaults left one child dead and injured a total of 42 people.at least the Chineese know how to deal with these people
A man who slashed 25 children with a kitchen knife at a grade school in eastern China was executed Wednesday, The Associated Press reports. Though no one was killed in that attack, a court ruled that the penalty was justified because the violence was "especially cruel."Cars, chairs, anything weighing more than two pounds that is hard and could hurt somebody, e.g. toasters, rocks, laptop computers and anything else you can think of. Get with it people, it's common sense. We should at least register those implements. After all, if the government can regulate cars, it can regulate the ownership of rocks and toasters.
It would be correct to say a human being was scared when they saw a person with a gun, but the gun cannot have a feeling or cause one.and this is a problem because a gun can in fact cause a person to feel scared. Now this is not a rational feeling on the part of the person experiencing it, but that does not alter the causal nature of the feeling. They have been conditioned, probably by themselves, or possibly their parents or whatever, to feel this emotion in the presence of a gun, with or without the bad guy. I've seen it first hand.