Exhibit A: Chicago Bears - Superbowl Shuffle mp3 (no longer available for reasons of space, bandwidth and good taste. . . crazy ain't gotta mean ugly. Which don't explain --)
Exhibit B: Reading Mister Charlie:
White House: assassination of Saddam would be cheaper than war
Hmm, lessee. Nine billion bucks for a month's worth of battle, or less than a buck for a single bullet in the skull.
By George, I think Ari's right. Now watch the lefty loons start to screech about how horrible is the very notion of blowing Saddam away.
And the creatures he chooses not to ban:
They're aiming for the wrong guy: from lucianne:
Following the stolen election of 2000, the United States economy was healthy and experiencing the greatest period of economic prosperity it has ever enjoyed. From 1992-2000, the federal government had a $1.5 trillion surplus. It only took nine months for the surplus to be given to the rich (corporations that profit from war) at the expense of the poor.-snip-The Center also notes that last years tax cut is the largest single reason the ten-year surplus has shrunk since January 2001.
An article from everyone's fav adulterous reverend.
And here I thought you lot had already killed "everyone's fav adulterous reverend," in Memphis, back in '68.
Ophelia: ~ Sings ~
They bore him barefaced on the bier;
Hey non nonny, nonny, hey nonny;
And in his grave rain'd many a tear:--
Fare you well, my dove!
. . . they're not going to fall for this, are they?
Ok, that ought to help. . .