August 31, 2009

Is that a bomb up your ass or did you have the chili?

Sorta related to the last post, because after reading/seeing both posts, you are left with the question, "How gay is this?"

Okay, we've all seen the link about the Yemeni trying to blow up some Saudi oil tick.
But Omar at Iraq the Model noticed something....odd.
The bomb was up his ass. That's why the "prince" wasn't killed, the explosion went out the path of least resistance, you know, the direction explosions in the colon usually escape.
Omar also asks if he put it there himself or:
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But on the other hand if someone else helped him do it then that makes the whole operation unholy, and very gay, right?

Much like wheel boys in the previous post, the answer is "Very gay".

I don't comment on "holy" or "unholy" anymore (none of my business), but when I was a believer, I'm pretty sure I would have said, "Unholy" whether it was up his ass or in his backpack. 

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August 28, 2009

The Israelis Must Not Have Read The Memo That They Should Just Shut Up And Let Obama Do What He Wants

What a shock that all but a few Israelis see through Obama and his "I Won, So Shut Up" bullshit.


The number of Israelis who see US President Barack Obama's policies as pro-Israel has fallen to 4 percent, according to a Smith Research poll taken this week on behalf of The Jerusalem Post.

Fifty-one percent of Jewish Israelis consider Obama's administration more pro-Palestinian than pro-Israel, according to the survey, while 35% consider it neutral and 10% declined to express an opinion. The poll of 500 people representing a statistical model of the Jewish Israeli population had a margin of error of 4.5%.

A much-cited Post poll published on June 19 that put the first figure at 6% had been cited by top officials in both the White House and the Prime Minister's Office as the catalyst for recent American efforts to improve the American-Israeli relationship. But the new poll proves that those efforts have not improved Obama's reputation among Israelis.

Yeah. No fucking shit. Kinda tough believing in The Won when he has sided with thugs and dictators every time a foreign policy problem has erupted since he became President.

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August 26, 2009

I am so gonna win that betting pool

You know, that betting pool I suggested where I think I'm the only one to actually make a declaration.  Not the one in the actual post, the one in the comments where I suggested we place bets on who Obama is going to invade and when.

I might even go so far as to suggest Obama's approval rating will go below 30% by, let's say 90 days after he proclaims in September to the UN that Israel needs to abandon Jerusalem and its settlements and recognize Palestine.  Because it wouldn't surprise me if Obama sets a three-month deadline for Israel to bend over and grab its ankles.

So I suppose the question is, if One Jerusalem's sources are correct and this isn't a bunch of unnecessary panic, what would be Obama's motivations for doing this?  Would this be a simple case of Obama naively thinking that peace in the Middle East and a halt to international terrorist attacks would magically occur if Israel were effectively neutered, or would the destruction of Israel be more malevolent in nature? 

Yeah, there's a whole lot of speculation here based on anonymous sourcing.  Good manners prevent me from speculating on what sort of watery hell some people might now be occupying, so I'm gonna speculate on this instead.

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August 25, 2009

Fuck you, Taliban

And Fuck You, MSM for letting this take a back seat to Michael Jackson.

Afghanistan is trying to have its second democratic election since the overthrow of the Taliban in 2001, and the remaining Taliban is blowing shit up.  40 people are reported dead so far, including four US soldiers killed by a roadside bomb. 

The Afghan election is another case of more being hopeful that a democratic process will gradually lead to a cultural change than actually liking any of the candidates.  I think it's pretty obvious by the strong reactions against the elections that the Taliban recognizes how dangerous it will be to their survival to allow democracy to take a foothold.

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August 24, 2009

Think they'll cooperate?

I don't think I have a problem with this, assuming that the 400 workers asking to be moved to day shift during Ramadan are willing to pull extra shifts during Christmas, Easter, Hanukkah, and Passover to help other employees honor their personal religious traditions.

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Following in his footsteps

Assuming Hamas doesn't decide to suddenly perform a humanitarian action (and I think that's a pretty safe bet), Friday will be the fourth birthday Gilad Shalit has spent in captivity. 

On Wednesday, Gilad Shalit's younger sister Hadas is enlisting in the IDF

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August 21, 2009

I'm an awful human being

The first thing I thought when I saw this was, "Aw, our FAIL Britannia tag will go away!"

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August 18, 2009

Of course Iran isn't pursuing nukes

The world's nuclear weapons watchdog is hiding data on Iran's drive to obtain nuclear arms, senior Western diplomats and Israeli officials told Haaretz.
I'm sure the data they're hiding are direct orders from Ahmadinejad instructing absolutely no one to pursue nuclear weapons. Oh, wait...
The officials and diplomats said that the International Atomic Energy Agency under Director General Mohamed ElBaradei was refraining from publishing evidence obtained by its inspectors over the past few months that indicate Iran was pursuing information about weaponization efforts and a military nuclear program.
ElBaradei is the same guy who said, "We must abandon the unworkable notion that it is morally reprehensible for some countries to pursue weapons of mass destruction, yet morally acceptable for others to rely on them for security." Oh, and he's the guy who, along with Hans Blix, was in charge of the Iraqi nuclear inspections. He's repeatedly expressed that if everyone had just held off a little longer, he's certain Iraqi inspections could have been completed. It should come as no surprise that he's aiding yet another enemy of Israel and the US in its secret weaponry ambitions.

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August 03, 2009

Couldn't have happened to a nicer president

I'm absolutely sure beyond a shadow of a doubt that Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has no intentions of giving the nod to building a nuclear warhead.  Because skittle-shitting unicorns, that's why!

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