Sunday, May 23, 2010

Dimokratz haz bin gude 2 me

“The literacy rate in the United States is 99 percent. That means that only 1 percent of people in the United States above the age of 15 are incapable of reading and writing. Apparently, all of them are members of the Obama administration.

“Attorney General Eric Holder admits that he has not read the Arizona immigration law, which requires law enforcement officers to check immigration status upon stopping people based on reasonable suspicion of illegal activity. Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano says she hasn't read the law, either. You can also lump State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley into that group."
Linked from

It's called stealing

"All those stickers with Calvin praying before a cross? They’re all intellectual property theft. Bill Watterson never licensed Calvin for any merchandise.
Ask yourself if stealing someone else’s intellectual property is really the best way to advertise your faith. (Never mind that you’re appropriating Calvin for a viewpoint/ideology/position that was never even hinted at in the comics.)"

Thursday, May 20, 2010

I almost forgot

Today is Draw Mohammad Day. Just so everybody understands, this is not Draw G-d Day, even though Muslims (in the spirit of multiculturalism and diversity) make G-d and Mohammad equal. G-d said, "Let is make man in our own image," but nobody knows what that means. You can ask G-d, but the answer is likely to be, "You think I know?"
So. Mohammad:

Ba Ba Ba
Ba Ba Aran.

(It's as good as anybody else's Mohammad.)

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Sunday, May 16, 2010

When stupid rules

“A mosque rises over Ground Zero. And fed-up New Yorkers are crying, ‘No!’

“A chorus of critics -- from neighbors to those who lost loved ones on 9/11 to me -- feel as if they've received a swift kick in the teeth.

“Plans are under way for a Muslim house of worship, topped by a 13-story cultural center with a swimming pool, in a building damaged by the fuselage of a jet flown by extremists into the World Trade Center.

“The opening date shall live in infamy: Sept. 11, 2011.”

(Also linked from atangledweb, etc.)

If you can't trust Pak rogue agents ...

“LONDON – MI6 agents based in Pakistan have established that rogue intelligence officers in the country's Inter-Services Intelligence service, ISI, arranged for Faisal Shahzad to return to the United States after giving him instructions on how to build the Times Square bomb, according to a report from Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin.

“The MI6 officers believe that an ISI officer could have traveled on the same flight that Shahzad took when he flew home.”

“Shahzad's background as the son of a senior Pakistani Air Force officer may have brought him into contact with ISI agents who are linked to home-grown jihadis and are training them to attack Western targets.”

(Linked from

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Stupid, stupid, etc.

I don't often link to stupid sites, but some things just can't be ignored.

“In October of this year, one month prior to the November midterm elections, a special army unit known as 'Consequence Management Response Force' will be ready for deployment on American soil if so ordered by the President.”

Or: “Three brigades form the core of the force: the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, Fort Stewart; the 1st Medical Brigade, Fort Hood, Texas; and the 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, Fort Bragg, N.C.”

The chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high-yield explosive incidents (CBRNE) part of the force consists of “more than 800 members.” Could this 800 be the “80,000 troops” mentioned at the militia site, as in: “The special force, which is the new name being given to the 1st Brigade Combat Team of the 3rd Infantry, has been training at Fort Stewart, Georgia and is composed of 80,000 troops.”

An infantry brigade with 80,000 soldiers? Or even three brigades with 80,000?

Somebody needs to do his homework, besides getting his head out of (the sand). Or wherever.