October 03, 2010

So much for Obama's dreams of being undisputed princess of the world

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I thought the election of President Ohmygawd was supposed to mean that the entire world would immediately fall in hopeychangey kissylove with America and wish nothing but good things for our country and our leadership...

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is known for brash rhetoric in addressing the West, but in a speech Sunday he went a step further using a deeply offensive insult in response to U.S. statements that the military option against Iran is still on the table.

"May the undertaker bury you, your table and your body, which has soiled the world," he said using language in Iran reserved for hated enemies.

I prefer to believe that our interpreters are doing as good a job of understanding Ahmadinejad's meaning as our State Department has done with honoring the customs of other countries.  If we can't even hang a flag right-side-up, it would be unsurprising if we misinterpret something as complex as DIAF, which surely means "I wish nothing but success and good health upon your venerable leadership and your inspiring nation.

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September 26, 2010

Just heartbreaking

A worm that's designed to take over industrial systems is reported to have infected the PCs of workers at the new Iranian nuclear power plant.  Given that the official report is insisting that no major systems have been involved, I'm going to make a wild-assed guess that something big has been compromised.  Truly tragic.

And because there will be someone whose sarcasm interpreter is broken, allow me to translate.
Just heartbreaking: bwahahahahahahamwahahaha!
Truly tragic: ROFLMAOWTFOMGBBQLOL!

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August 17, 2010

Can't you just send your moustache to whip them into shape?

Is the Israeli ambassador being all ambassadorey, or is Israel really planning a wait-and-see approach?

Earlier Tuesday, Bolton told Fox Business Network the Israelis will have to move in the "next eight days" if they want to attack the Bushehr facility -- a reference to the window between when the start-up was announced last week and the loading date. Bolton said Tuesday that the date has fluctuated, but he described the start-up as the ultimate deadline.

Michael Oren, Israel's ambassador to the United States, told Fox News that the nation is hopeful sanctions -- passed by the United Nations, European Union and United States -- will "modify" Iran's behavior. Oren said Israel is "committed" to the sanctions program and will assess its impact at a later date.
Jokes about the name of the nuclear power plant and being able to blame Bush for yet another world crisis in 5...4...3...

And just some wild-ass speculation here - the plant will open ahead of schedule.

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July 21, 2010

Bed your future IDF Babe bride on the first non-date

I have a real problem with this verdict.  Not because of the deception bit, but because the judge said this:

"If she hadn't thought the accused was a Jewish bachelor interested in a serious romantic relationship, she would not have co-operated," Mrs Segal said as she delivered her verdict.
So...is there some different standard in Israel regarding how a serious romantic relationship begins?  Here in America, I generally think of someone you strike up a conversation with and then take to an empty office to screw as someone you're not planning on having a 'serious romantic relationship', or likely ever even seeing again.

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July 07, 2010

The latest in racist Zionist aggression

Check out the latest Israeli warmonger endorsing attacks on Iran's peaceful nuclear program:

"If you are asking me, 'Am I willing to live with that versus living with a nuclear Iran?,' my answer is still the same: 'We cannot live with a nuclear Iran.'"
Oh, wait...

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June 18, 2010

Whoda thunkit?

Ahmadinejad's a liberal!

via @UANI.

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June 09, 2010

Iran says "Fuck You" to latest round of sanctions

Where is John Bolton's moustache when you need it?

Iran said it would end diplomatic efforts to resolve the crisis over its nuclear program after the Security Council on Wednesday imposed a fourth round of sanctions to persuade Tehran to stop enriching uranium.
Why is it we're relying on the UN to put pressure on Iran?  I can't recall that there's been anything the UN has done effectively, unless you count rape and pillage among their successes.

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June 07, 2010

That just leaves more for the real men

Egyptian men hate themselves so much, they've banned themselves from marrying Israeli women.  Apparently they'd rather marry someone who needs a burqa than someone who looks good in, well, anything they wear.

I feel guilty posting this without the obligatory IDF babes pictures, but I'm short on time right now, so I'll let youse guys help out in the comments.

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June 04, 2010

Tossing them out's too good for them

Anyone shocked and outraged by this should remember that Hamas produced this:



And from Heeb, via Agent Bedhead, comes a PR suggestion that, thanks to the general ignorance on the left, would probably have worked just fine.

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May 23, 2010

Stupid question time

Can someone explain to me the difference between prisoner and hostage?  For instance, do we exchanges prisoners for other prisoners, or is that something we only do with hostages?

And just a bit of theoretical fancifulness - if John Bolton's moustache were the Secretary of State instead of Overcharge Clinton, would I be asking that question at all?

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May 10, 2010

Jeffrey Toobin: Role Model

Remember this the next time you see his sanctimonious mug on TV lecturing you about something or other.

Toobin and Casey Greenfield, a 36 year-old Yale-educated lawyer—daughter CBS analyst Jeff Greenfield—had an on-and-off affair for many years. In 2008, he got her pregnant. And Toobin went above and beyond his duty as her lover: He offered to pay for an abortion. But that's not all: He would also pay for her to have another baby with a sperm donor, according to the Daily News.



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April 12, 2010

Ahmadinejad to nuclear powers: You're a bunch of 'tards!

What a silly little bastard.

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April 09, 2010

Woman strangled by burqa

And not because a male family member was using it as a garotte.

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March 23, 2010

Ledbetter presents: Real Iranian Zeroes

Today we salute you, Mr. Official Iranian Salute Guy!

(Mr. Official Iranian Salute Guy!)

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March 20, 2010

ZOMG SOME TEA PARTY PROTESTERS MAY HAVE SAID SOMETHING RACIST OR ANTI-GAY THE TEA PARTY IS HENCEFORTH DISCREDITED FOREVER, SUBMIT TO YOUR STATIST OVERLORDS NOW PLEASE!!!!!!

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Just ignore the fact that liberals and Democrats have been calling Tea Partiers teabaggers for months now and throwing every fucking slur in the book at them, I'm now supposed to recoil because of some racist douche in a crowd?  No, I really don't fucking care anymore, if this thing passes, I am completely done with civility toward liberals, online and in real life.  The way they did this was so fucking shady, is so dishonest and so against the public's wishes that liberals need to be ostracized in public and private life.

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March 07, 2010

I really thought I'd posted the stupid quote of the day already

The assault was a "big lie intended to serve as a pretext for fighting terrorism and setting the grounds for sending troops to Afghanistan," Press TV reported Ahmadinejad as saying.
The 'assault' CNN is referring to is the attacks of September 11, 2001.

There aren't enough FUCK YOUs in my keyboard to even begin to express my contempt for this lying sleazebag.  So where's the American government's revulsion, I wonder?

Oh, and hey CNN?  I know you're probably just trying to figure out a variety of words so that your readers don't get bored, but I'd be giving you the Understated Stupidity Award of the Day if I wasn't convinced that someone else will probably stick their foot in their mouth today and it just maybe might be more ludicrously minimizing than your staff's writing.

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Stupid quote of the day

I suppose security and safety is all fine and dandy when it's not you and yours being buried in mass graves or tortured in a palace basement.

"I am telling you honestly. Saddam was much better despite the fact he was hurting and executing people. He was good with security and safety," Abdul Wahab said.
Anyone want to take bets on whether this guy was a member of the Iraqi Republican Guard?

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March 03, 2010

January 15, 2010

There are no WMDs and other perverted thinking

One of the most vocal critics of the war in Iraq, former Chief UN Weapons Inspector Scott Ritter, has been arrested for slapping his wang in front of a supposed teenager online. I'm sure this, along with his two prior arrests for similar crimes, are all part of a federal effort to silence him.

Scott Ritter has been referred to as the new Jane Fonda due to his outspoken criticisms of the Iraq invasion, including releasing statements that seem designed to create more crisis in the Mideast.

I'm thinking this guy's best defense at this time is a brain tumor.  And hopefully he ends up a vegetable from the subsequent lobotomy.

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December 07, 2009

Meanwhile, In Iran ...

While Harry Reid is out there telling the free world that us RACIST!!!eleventy!!! Republicans are as bad a opponents of slavery, women's rights, and civil rights, there are more people dying in the streets of Iran.

It's not a major headline on most news sites - after all, the MSM all ready covered this six months ago, and this time, there aren't compelling videos of young girls dying.  In fact, journalists are on lockdown throughout the country of Iran, told not to venture outside until Wednesday at the earliest, so no one can contradict any of the Iranian state-run media reports.

The men and women in the street have some different takes on this.

"I saw three middle-aged women being shocked by members of the Basij using stun guns," a witness said in a phone call from a street near the university. "I ran away, but when I turned around I saw them lying on the street, their bodies shaking because of the shocks," he said. As he spoke, people could be heard screaming in the background.

Demonstrators battled security forces outside the university gates, another witness said.

"I can see stones flying through the air and clouds of teargas," he said in a call from Enghelab Avenue, which runs alongside the sprawling Tehran University campus. "The security forces are constantly preventing people from gathering." People waiting for buses were also being hit, the witness reported.

My thoughts and hopes are with you fine people in Iran for refusing to give up the fight and insisting on getting your voices heard.  I commend you for your dedication, I mourn the losses you incur, and I hope (with, undoubtedly, less passion than you) that you will see the freedom from tyranny that you so obviously want.

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