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Undercover Hippie

Monday, October 25, 2004

Sirhan Sirhan Where are you now that we need you?

This is amazing.

Where is Sirhan Sirhan now that we need him?


What!??!! It was a joke, right?

Friday, October 22, 2004

Jimmie got hit with a stupid stick!

When things get busy I revert to getting all of my news from Drudge. Sometimes he doesn't post good things like this. So sometimes I miss them. Like this time.

Wuh? Wasn't he supposed to be this highly intellectual nice guy?

He's not. He's blathering idiot. He's actually saying we should be more like Canada!

He was elected President in this country! Now, its only fair to point out that the whole country was insane and stupid in the late 70's. Cases in point: disco and leisure suits. But we recovered. Carter is still insane and stupid.

I think he's getting worse as time goes on.

Thursday, October 14, 2004

I've just got to say it

I don't want to say it, but I must. Its been on my mind for too long now.

In 1971, we had the Vietnam War all but won. That's when Kerry gave his testimony to the Senate on "war atrocities" aledgedly committed by our troops. In a few years the Democrats (Kerry's party) voted to withdraw funding for the South Vietnamese. That move by Kerry's party emboldened the North Vietnamese and Saigon ultimately fell to the Communists.

I've been wondering if that's not what Kerry was thinking when he voted against the $87B in Iraq.

Wednesday, October 06, 2004

Cheney was wrong ... but right

So Cheney, in trying to make a point about the scarcity of Edwards presence in the Senate, flubbed by saying the debate was the first time they'd met.

So this article points out that that is not true. So was Cheney wrong? Yes. They had met before.

But, no. They still hadn't met IN THE SENATE!

Edwards is a goober.

Tuesday, October 05, 2004

There goes Kerry, building goodwill with other nations

From Drudge:



Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski has slammed Dem president hopeful John Kerry for not recognizing Poland's contributions and sacrifice to the war in Iraq.

"It is sad that a senator with 20 years of experience does not recognize Polish contribution. This is immoral," Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski told FACTS in an interview commenting on the US Presidential Debate.

"It is sad that a senator with 20 years of experience underestimates Polish sacrifice, this is sad."

The Polish President added however that one should consider this was a part of the ongoing electoral campaign.

"I do not think this was out of ignorance," the president emphasized on the TVN Facts.

"There is one thing which should be stated clearly: this coalition is not just the United States, Great Britain, Australia alone; it also involves participation of Polish, Ukrainian, Bulgarian and Spanish soldiers who have died. It is immoral not to recognize the involvement we contributed based on our conviction that there should be unity in fighting terrorism, that there was a need to display international solidarity and that Saddam Hussein was a dangerous individual of this world."

"President Bush acted like a real Texan gentleman, he made sure to show appreciation for other countries' involvement in the coalition," Kwasniewski pointed out.