Saturday, December 15, 2007
Cliche' Thought On The March
The conclusion is now inescapable. Some foreigners in Japan feel that the American government is too powerful...and that America would be a better country if its government were made more powerful (!?), seizing control of private industry and increasing it's regulation of private lives (as is standard in the socialist model so favored by pampered and spoiled brats from well-to-do upbringings).
If only the Soviets had won the cold war; what a better world we'd live in.
Monday, December 10, 2007
The Virtue of Being Offended
"Being a Muslim today means to be always aware that something, somewhere, is somehow offensive to Islam,...[does not include beheading, wife beating, stoning of rape victims, pedophilia, execution of gays, or flying airplanes into buildings...of course]"
More offense at The People's Cube."
Thursday, December 06, 2007
Some Random Observations:
In Mohammad (a merchant), the left has finally found a businessman they can love.
Hypocrisies of radical relativism: "There are no 'good guys and bad guys,' …but, Bush and America are the bad guys."
Nine out of ten dictatorships (or aspiring dictatorships) hate the U.S. What should that tell ya...?
It's important to remember that "utopia" means "nowhere." In this regard, the left always has, and continues to go to utopia fast.
Calling Islam a "religion of peace" is like calling rugby a board game.