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Adorable Girlfriend

The smell of ignorance in Iraq is like the smell of napalm in Vietnam.


If Irving Kristol had been at Verdun...

Mike Schilling

Kristol's insane, but "who would have noticed another madman around here?"


"Kristol's high-minded horseshit about 'sacrifice' and 'victory' is the kind of thing the generals on both sides in World War I used to tell the troops just before they ordered them up out of the trenches for another charge across No Man's Land into the barbed wire and machine gun nests."

Well, it got them out of those trenches, didn't it? And neither Haid nor Ludendorff ended up drawn and quartered by their own soldiers. Under the circumstances, that seems a pretty fair achievement.


"Horseshit" is really too kind a word for Mr. Kristol and his ilk. But that's okay, he's all against the slaughter in Darfur, which is conveniently being commited by Muslims.


Gotta quote Bender here; "Whattaya mean WE, meatbag"?

The only think Kristol's sacrificed is his credibility.


What the Feck?

Bluegrass Poet

"But who wants to be the last man to die for Nuri al-Maliki?"

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