Archive for March 12th, 2006

Mar 12 2006

The Ugly Acts Of So Called Christians

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Too disgusting for words: Five women sang and danced as they held up signs saying “thank God for dead soldiers” at the funeral of an army sergeant who was killed by an Iraqi bomb. I guess God also punishes people by making them do stupid acts in public to pay for their sins.  Cretins.

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Mar 12 2006

California Sewer

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There is a reason they call California the home of ‘fruits and nuts’ and the recent CA Supreme Court Decision excluding oral sex with minors from being a sexual assault type charge is a good example: On Wednesday, the California Supreme Court voted 6 to 1 to not force those convicted of having oral sex […]

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Mar 12 2006

Update On Pakistan

200 Al Qaeda dead, leaves a lull in the fighting. Seems Musharraf is serious about cleansing the region. Plus more on that arrest in Pakistan, which apparently stopped another Bali-style bombing.

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Mar 12 2006

NSA TSP Acceptable To America

The NSA’s Terrorist Surveillance Program is acceptable to America by a resounding 54-32 margin. Apparently we are no as dumb as the media thinks we are.

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Mar 12 2006

From The Duh! Files

The NY Times has just discovered that brutal, homicidal dictators have a lot to fear from the people they oppress: The episode was just one of many incidents, described in a classified United States military report, other documents and in interviews, that demonstrate how Mr. Hussein was so preoccupied about the threat from within his […]

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Mar 12 2006

WaPo & NY Times Cover For Rockie and Graham

** Major Update Below ** In a clearly one sided piece today the Washington Post runs an article by Charles Babington that decries the tensions in the Senate Intelligence Committee and blames – republicans! How pathetic. Inter-party animosity has simmered since the 1990s, but it heated up when Republicans took steps to limit probes into […]

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