March 1st, 2006

yellow_elephant

Why The Persecution of Saddam?

It is still so strange. For those of you who may not rercall the so called Dujail Massacre the evil doers at ABC offered up a write up on the subject. But it merely re-iterates that in a time of war, when Saddam was fighting not only the Evil Iranians who were trying to invade Iraq, but also the dead enders who were engaged in an insurgency, Saddam was willing to do what had to be done to protect Iraq from the growing threat of IslamoFascists. And for this, americans want to persecute him?

One really does have to ask, Uh, Why?
yellow_elephant

Those Damn Whiners

Hum...
More than one in three soldiers and Marines who have served in Iraq later sought help for mental health problems, according to a comprehensive snapshot by Army experts of the psyches of men and women returning from the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and other places.

The accounts of more than 300,000 soldiers and Marines returning from several theaters paint an unusually detailed picture of the psychological impact of the various conflicts. Those returning from Iraq consistently reported more psychic distress than those returning from Afghanistan and other conflicts, such as those in Bosnia or Kosovo.

[ cf WaPo ]
Gosh, golly, gee whiz... War is Not Nice, and all of these victims of the Evil Liberal Failed Pre-911 Weltanschaung clearly did not understand that it was their Patriotic Duty to 'take it like a man' so that the ProWarTypes could sit safely in the Rear With The Beer!
yellow_elephant

Go Team America!

Hum....
The panel, which included one Muslim speaker, was sponsored by the College Republicans and the United American Committee, a group that says it promotes awareness of internal threats facing America.
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The discussion got off to a contentious start with the Council on American-Islamic Relations _ an invited guest _ boycotting the event and calling the United American Committee a "fringe group."

Tensions quickly escalated when the Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, founder of the conservative Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny, said that Islam was an "evil religion" and that all Muslims hate America.
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Later, panelists were cheered when they referred to Muslims as fascists and accused mainstream Muslim-American civil rights groups of being "cheerleaders for terror."
"I put out a call to Muslims in America: Put out a fatwa on (Osama) bin Laden, put out a fatwa on (Abu Musab) al-Zarqawi," said panelist Lee Kaplan, a UAC spokesman. "Support America in the war on terror."

[ cf Pretending Towards a Dialog ]
I mean you gotta respect the roverians for having the courage of their convictions. Which of course is why they are hiding in the rear with the beer.

Why is it that The Roverians are not asking the Christians to denounce the Protesting At The Funeral of GI's? Hum? could it be that roverians got the message on veteran's day 2005, when the President sent his clear and unequivocal message to the Veteran's Community By Sending DICK...

Ah yes. The Moral Clarity of the Roverians.