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Sunday, 4 July 2004
More Than Can Be Chewed




(Courtesy of Allah Is in the House.)


Posted by Toby Petzold at 10:45 PM CDT | Post Comment | Permalink
"Albatross! Albatross!"
Michael Barone drops the hammer on the anti-American Michael Moore and the Democrats who are so busily associating themselves with his lies and distortions.

If you shitforbrains Dhimmicrats think that this low-point in your intellectual and moral depravity is going to be forgotten, you are sorely mistaken. As Barone observes

It's amazing that any politician, however opposed to Bush, would want to be associated with this film or its maker, a man who said shortly after the 9/11 attacks: "We, the United States of America, are culpable in committing so many acts of terror and bloodshed that we had better get a clue about the culture of violence in which we have been active participants." As for the current situation in Iraq, Moore has written: "The Iraqis who have risen up against the occupation are not 'insurgents' or 'terrorists' or 'The Enemy.' They are the REVOLUTION, the Minutemen, and their numbers will grow--and they will win." Are these messages Democrats really wish to embrace?

Enjoy the albatross hanging around your neck, you idiots. You have painted a giant bull's eye on your asses and now all you've got left is to wait for the incoming.


Posted by Toby Petzold at 10:29 PM CDT | Post Comment | View Comments (2) | Permalink
Saturday, 3 July 2004
"A Lot to Lose"
It hasn't gotten a lot of attention here lately, but the recent incident in which eight British servicemen on patrol in the Shatt al-Arab Waterway near the Iran-Iraq border were detained by Iranian authorities may soon turn nasty.

All eight British servicemen were eventually released, but not before being paraded around on Iran's state television in blindfolds like it was 1979. Iran is still convinced that they were up to no good. The servicemen say they were forced into Iranian waters. Iran says otherwise. And they are refusing to return the three British boats which, if the GPS equipment on board has not been damaged, would prove the Britons' contention that they are innocent.

This article in the Christian Science Monitor is very helpful in figuring it all out and is worth looking over.

Shadow foreign secretary Michael Ancram called the alleged treatment of the sailors "absolutely outrageous" and demanded a "full apology" from Iranian authorities if the servicemen's claims are true. He said the incident created "an extraordinary strain on Iranian-British relations."

"We were required to apologize for what appeared to have been trespassing into Iranian waters. Our servicemen were paraded blindfolded and humiliated. The equipment still has not been returned."

Iran has "a lot to lose" from the episode, Mr. Ancram said.


Yeah, I know. It's Bush's fault.


Posted by Toby Petzold at 11:42 PM CDT | Post Comment | Permalink
Human-Made Probes Orbit Saturn and Its Moons: Abu Ghraib Still Gets More Attention
Be sure to check out the NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory's site for news on the Cassini-Huygens Mission to Saturn. Lots of interesting information and images. As well as casual observations such as

One early result intriguing scientists concerns Saturn's Cassini Division, the large gap between the A and B rings. While Saturn's rings are almost exclusively composed of water ice, new findings show the Cassini Division contains relatively more "dirt" than ice. Further, the particles between the rings seem remarkably similar to the dark material that scientists saw on Saturn's moon, Phoebe. These dark particles refuel the theory that the rings might be the remnants of a moon. The F ring was also found to contain more dirt.

Yep. You can't know until you go.


Posted by Toby Petzold at 10:15 PM CDT | Post Comment | Permalink
Can't Get No Satisfaction
Apparently, according to the Jerusalem Post, the Car-Swarm People are upset over the treatment of Saddam Hussein. They are indignant that such a brave man as the Butcher of Baghdad could be brought so low by the dhimmis. However, we also hear that

Saddam, who once used to pay the families of Palestinians suicide bombers and victims of the confrontation with Israel thousands of dollars, lost the empathy of many Palestinians after he surrendered to US troops without resistance.

That's very interesting. Saddam was just great as long as he was keepin' it real, but when he went out like a sucka, his shit no longer flew. Still, we learn

He had also lost the backing of many Palestinians after it transpired that his regime was responsible for the torture and killing of tens of thousands of Iraqis - a fact Palestinians say was unknown to them before the collapse of Saddam.

Sure. The Palestinians had no idea that their great hero ---the New Nasser of the Arabs--- was also engaged in genocide against the Kurds and the Marsh Arabs. Nor did they have any questions about how Saddam routinely earned 99 percent of the vote every time out. You can't buy that kind of loyalty.

You have to force it through a wood-chipper, really.


Posted by Toby Petzold at 9:56 PM CDT | Post Comment | Permalink
Gibberish
The nauseating Leftist Eleanor Clift has proclaimed the Bush Doctrine of pre-emptive war to be "moribund, if not dead." I don't know where she's getting that from, but it's obviously gibberish.

It is an article of faith with those on the anti-war Left that Iraq has been a huge disaster for us. But this is a partisan perception unsubstantiated by the facts. What has the President promised in Iraq that he has not accomplished? We invaded the country and seized virtually all of it in a matter of weeks, overthrew the government, captured its tyrannical leader, killed or captured his only plausible successors, began stabilization and rebuilding efforts, and have passed on sovereignty to a government that is largely trusted by its people. Democratic rule has sprung up all across the country at the local levels, especially in the Kurdish north where we are well-liked. The Iraqis have a free press, increasing access to the outside world and its markets, and the help of the greatest military in the history of the world to see things through. Those are the fruits of pre-emption.

But here's what Clift says about the notion that a forcibly liberated Iraq is a catalyst to positive change in the Middle East:

Invading Iraq was supposed to intimidate the mullahs in Iran to curb their nuclear ambition. Instead, the Iranian nuclear program is much further along than we realized, and the mullahs are in a strong position, having just rigged their own election.

How is this relevant to the question of whether the doctrine of pre-emption has done good in the region? The biggest problem with this pessimistic view is that the effect has barely begun to be felt. Does Clift suppose that the IAEA would be in any position at all to make its investigations into Iran's nuclear programs if there weren't the example next door of a coalition willing to take on tyrants over this very issue?

Our work in Iraq must be given time to make its full impact known. We have not, as Bush the Elder and his containment-minded friends once feared, left a power vacuum in Iraq. What we have there now is a government working towards full sovereignty. The anti-war crowd is afraid of that because it means that Bush has succeeded. Therefore, they try to paint the situation as darkly as possible. But don't listen to them. They don't want any part of an America willing to take the war to the terrorists and their collaborators. Instead, they want to sit back and wait for the other boot to drop.

Let it drop on their heads.


Posted by Toby Petzold at 8:58 PM CDT | Post Comment | Permalink
Updated: Saturday, 3 July 2004 9:03 PM CDT
B'Damn!
Did y'all watch the Wimbledon Ladies' Championship this morning? Maria Sharapova, the 17 year-old Russian tennis star, handily beat Serena Williams. It was quite a demonstration of firepower and desire.

Williams, who is always very gracious (and is the proud owner of one of the most knuckle-gnashingly outrageous bodies in all of Christendom), pointedly congratulated Sharapova on her "first" Grand Slam. She, like many others, seems to know what lies in store for the equally-delicious young Russian.

Am I allowed to say that? Yes, by God! These things are self-evident.

The Men's Championship between Andy Roddick and Roger Federer will be played tomorrow. I like men's tennis, too, but it's even worse than the women's game with all the power-serves and the short points. Not very exciting stuff unless it actually winds up in a volley. Anyway, it will still be good to watch. I hope Roddick, who's somehow supposed to be an Austinite, pulls one off for us on our birthday. What do you say, Mr. 150 MPH Serve?


Posted by Toby Petzold at 7:33 PM CDT | Post Comment | Permalink
Updated: Saturday, 3 July 2004 7:41 PM CDT
Daschle On Moore-On
Over at the blog Daschle v. Thune is an interesting post on Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle's response to the anti-American craphound Michael Moore's latest pack of lies.

The Democratic Party has completely hung an albatross around its neck. Time for it to start stinking.

(Hat tip to Power Line.)


Posted by Toby Petzold at 2:07 AM CDT | Post Comment | Permalink
Friday, 2 July 2004
More Dhimmicratic Strateegery
According to al-Jazeera, Texas Congressthing Eddie Bernice Johnson (whom they misidentify as a Floridian) is "spearheading" a request to the United Nations that they come and act as observers of our elections this November.

I mean, you can't set out to write shit like this; it has to flow naturally from its source, like the effortless insanity that it is.

(Hat tip to NRO.)


Posted by Toby Petzold at 7:22 PM CDT | Post Comment | Permalink
Updated: Saturday, 3 July 2004 4:08 PM CDT
Kerrion
Howard Fineman, in speculating about Kerry's choice for his running mate, writes that

Kerry is operating as if he wants the result of his deliberations to be a shocking surprise.

Yeah. His only sensible choice is Edwards, but he's already demonstrated that he wanted his choice to be unconventional (see John McCain). If he goes to this degree to be secretive and then goes ahead and picks Edwards, the letdown factor is almost increased. I know for a stone fact that someone like Gephardt or Vilsack would be a huge disappointment to the base. But Edwards is predictable, so...

This weekend, he's going to ask Hillary to run as his Co-President.


Posted by Toby Petzold at 6:16 PM CDT | Post Comment | Permalink
Updated: Saturday, 3 July 2004 4:08 PM CDT
"You Can Act Like a Man!"
Marlon Brando has passed away. He surely has to be one of the greatest actors of the cinematic age. After all, he is the central character in the greatest movie of all time, so how can you top that? It's true that his methods eventually became unsound, but the body of his work is immortal. And it's that achievement that matters most.


Posted by Toby Petzold at 11:08 AM CDT | Post Comment | Permalink
Thursday, 1 July 2004
CNN Agrees with Saddam
The Butcher of Baghdad is on the TV right now, looking fully human and not at all genocidal. What a sight! But what's on the minds of the CNN commentators? Why, the same thing that's on Saddam's mind! I'm so happy that they can all agree that his appearance in an Iraqi court today is obviously a questionable move for so young a government when they've got other, much bigger problems to deal with first. See? It's more of that Liberal Big Media strategic genius: they know what sequence events must follow to be considered legitimate. Do these stupid fucks have any idea how much worse an idea it is to be agreeing with Saddam Hussein? To echo his belief that his sudden appearance has been commanded by that War Criminal Cowboy George W. Bush? To suggest that a mere interim government has no right or interest in bringing this murderer before a nation of his victims? I dunno. Maybe the Iraqis have some interest in it, too.

And maybe CNN sucks like they always do. Fuck the dhimmis.


Posted by Toby Petzold at 9:09 AM CDT | Post Comment | Permalink
Diaspora
Now Playing: "Astronomy Domine" by the Pink Floyd



Posted by Toby Petzold at 1:36 AM CDT | Post Comment | Permalink
Wednesday, 30 June 2004
Hard to Say
Teresa Heinz Kerry told an audience in Des Moines yesterday something interesting about her huge fortune. As reporter Ryan J. Foley puts it:

Teresa Heinz Kerry, who inherited a vast family fortune and heads a billion-dollar foundation, said yesterday she would give up the money to have her first husband back.

"It was a very sad day when that happened," Heinz Kerry said, speaking of Senator John Heinz, heir to the Heinz food fortune, who was killed in a 1991 plane crash. "I'd rather have my husband alive than that money."



Posted by Toby Petzold at 1:55 PM CDT | Post Comment | View Comments (4) | Permalink
Updated: Wednesday, 30 June 2004 1:57 PM CDT
The End of the Beginning
Be sure to see yesterday's excellent essay in the Wall Street Journal Online by Fouad Ajami. We have done the right thing in liberating Iraq, regardless of the endless carping and negativism by the anti-war Bush-hating Left. But the final outcome is up to the Iraqis themselves:

Zarqawi and his breed of militants know that a native Iraqi government can shelter behind the call of home and hearth and of Iraq's right to a new political life. Americans can't hunt down the restless young men thrown up by the chaos of Arab lands, perhaps encouraged to make their way to Iraq, to kill and be killed. This is a task for Iraqis. It is for them to reclaim their country from the purveyors of terror. It is one thing for Fallujah to pose as the citadel of Islam against the infidels; it is an entirely different matter for that town to take up arms against a native government--even one protected by a vast foreign force.


Posted by Toby Petzold at 4:14 AM CDT | Post Comment | Permalink
The Next Big Thing
At some point in the next several days, we are likely to see something that may even rival the sight of O.J. Simpson pleading "one hundred percent not guilty" of the crime of double homicide: Saddam Hussein going before an Iraqi court and being read the Mother of All Indictments.

You may consider this Exhibit "A" in the re-election of George W. Bush.

Not even Big Media will be able to ignore this story. It is beyond celebrity. It will be, as we knew last December when the Butcher of Baghdad was plucked from his hole like a fat tuber, one of those moments in History that we never saw with Hitler or Stalin. One of the blackest beasts of the late 20th Century will be arraigned, tried, convicted, and executed at the hands of those whom he terrorized for more than a generation.

The rightness of our cause in Iraq will only continue to express itself as this man's crimes are rehearsed and exposed. No Leftist blather or anti-Bush hatred will overcome it, either. It will dominate the news in ways the Big Media elites can only ignore at their peril. And they will give in. They will carry it live because everyone wants to see Saddam's face.

Sure, he's going to get his Goering hours in, but Saddam will happily take everyone down with him. Will he rat us out, too ---incriminating us for our triangulations with him against our mutual Iranian enemies? Probably. But he'll also take Chiraq's France down with him. Maybe even Putin's Russia, too. It'll be a Big House Cleaning, folks. A show trial like you've never seen before. One that will consume the minds and move the tongues of an entire nation of the newly liberated.

Let freedom reign. Let justice be done though the heavens fall. Let the validation of our efforts there begin.

And don't change that channel.


Posted by Toby Petzold at 2:02 AM CDT | Post Comment | Permalink
The Sort That Wolfowitz Called Cowards
Courtesy of the InstaPundit, here is a damning essay by Marine Reservist Eric M. Johnson on the inexcusable bias and downright laziness of America's Big Media in Iraq. The focus of his righteous indignation is Rajiv Chandrasekaran, the Baghdad bureau chief for the Washington Post:

Before major combat operations were over, Chandrasekaran was already quoting Iraqis proclaiming the American operation a failure. Reading his dispatches from April 2003, you can already see his meta-narrative take shape: basically, that the Americans are clumsy fools who don't know what they're doing, and Iraqis hate them. This meta-narrative informs his coverage and the coverage of the reporters he supervises, who rotate in and out of Iraq.

How do I know this? Because my fellow Marines and I witnessed it with our own eyes. Chandrasekaran showed up in the city of Al Kut last April, talked to a few of our officers, and toured the city for a few hours. He then got back into his air-conditioned car and drove back to Baghdad to write about the local unrest.


Posted by Toby Petzold at 1:09 AM CDT | Post Comment | Permalink
Tuesday, 29 June 2004
The Numbers of the Beast
In his 60 Minutes interview last Sunday, the anti-American wad of smegma Michael Moore said this about the atrocities of 11 September 2001:

"Three thousand Americans were killed. There's 290 million Americans. All right? The chance of any of us dying in a terrorist incident is very, very, very small."

Where was Moore going with this? Did he mean to say that the attacks on that awful morning were nothing serious because, relative to the size of the population of the country, the number of deaths was small? Does he mean to minimize the horror of those attacks and the huge impact they had on the economic and psychological state of not only us but the world? I mean, what the fuck kind of equivocal bullshit is that? We were attacked by Islamofascist psychopaths at the very heart of our economic and military infrastructure ---and this propagandist piece of shit wants to dismiss it as something we should just get over and tolerate? What is wrong with the people who regard this worthless turd as some sort of prophet? They are as sick as the Gorebot. They are as sick as traitors can be.

No quarter, jackson. Four more months of rubbing the Leftists' faces in this shit from Flint.


Posted by Toby Petzold at 6:49 AM CDT | Post Comment | View Comments (3) | Permalink
How to Win the Popular Vote
The Wall Street Journal's John Fund has something to say about voter registration corruption and the Democratic Party's association with violent felons they've hired to sign the People up.

As someone who was a minor participant in the DNC's 1996 voter file projects (via the now almost-defunct Texas Democratic Party), I can assure you that voter registration rolls are probably the least reliable public records of any in civic life. They are, across the country and in every locale, lousy with duplication, obsolescence, and unnoted disqualifications. (My own father, who has been gone for almost a decade, is, to my knowledge, still listed on the voter registration rolls of the county where I reside. This, despite me and one of my brothers telling the precinct judges of this fact every time we vote. What gets done about it? Nothing.)

Since felons and non-citizens who manage to find their way on to the rolls are far more likely to vote Democratic than Republican, maybe this explains how the Gorebot won the popular vote in 2000.

Time to apply some technology to the problem and get us some accountability.


Posted by Toby Petzold at 4:29 AM CDT | Post Comment | Permalink
Updated: Tuesday, 29 June 2004 5:26 AM CDT
Why Turkey Matters
Writing in the Weekly Standard, William J. Walsh explains (for the benefit of dummies like me) why an improved relationship between us and Turkey is important.

I, for one, would love to visit a friendly Turkey sometime soon. I wanted to go there in 1995 while I was in Greece, but ran out of money. But I'd love to be there in Anatolia, visiting all of the great Greek and Roman ruins, sipping that nasty coffee, and smoking hookahs with the locals.

So, yeah, let's have some Turko-American concord. Especially if it will piss off the Surly Waiter on the Elysees.


Posted by Toby Petzold at 3:42 AM CDT | Post Comment | View Comments (1) | Permalink

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