Tuesday, February 20, 2007

"I Will Screw Him in the Ass"

A world in which the President of the United States articulates himself thusly:

Happy President’s Day!:
“I will screw him in the ass!”
And we bloggers are suppose to have the potty mouths? No. Moral. Authority. Whatsoever.

What a two-year-old douche, Bush is.


Speaking of douches, Jeff Sessions continues to embarrass Alabama and the U.S.

Talking Points Memo:
"It's amazing what it's come down to. On the senate floor this afternoon, Sen. Sessions (R-AL), in arguing against the surge resolution, gave an entirely new rationale for the invasion of Iraq: We invaded Iraq to prevent Saddam Hussein from being able to say that he'd won the 1991 Gulf War.

Hear it for yourself ...

Dirty Fucking Hippies
Oddly enough, the right-wingers worship their fringe element (and we all see where that got us) while the leftwing often wishes we would just go away. The irony of this is that as W.R.O.N.G. as the extreme right has been (and who can doubt it?), the extreme left (being their polar opposite) has been just as right (as in correct). And we, of course, are where all of the good left-of-center ideas come from.

Here is an article on a tiny island nation in the Pacific. I've spent some time in the S.P. but I haven't ever been to Kiribati. I have, however, read an excellent book on Kiribati called The Sex Lives of Cannibals.

Kiribati will not exist on this planet for much longer.

Bloomberg.com: News:
"Feb. 15 (Bloomberg) -- International efforts to combat global warming will come too late to prevent the evacuation of Pacific islands sinking as a result of rising sea levels and severe weather, said Anote Tong, president of Kiribati.

``We can't out-move the changes in the weather and the sea level rise,'' Tong said in Tarawa, the capital of Kiribati, a 33-island archipelago in the northeastern Pacific. ``We have to consider leaving rather than wait.''"

Absolutely amazing.

Paraglider Survives High-Flying Ordeal:
"A champion German paraglider said Friday she did not believe she would survive when she was lifted higher than Mount Everest by a thunderstorm in eastern Australia.

Paragliding 2005 World Cup winner Ewa Wisnierska, 35, was lifted 32,612 feet above sea level by a storm that apparently killed a Chinese paraglider in eastern Australia Wednesday. The pilots were preparing for the 10th FAI World Paragliding Championships next week, event organizer Godfrey Wenness said."


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