Today is

   "A word to the wise ain't necessary --  
          it's the stupid ones that need the advice."
					-Bill Cosby

Sunday, January 30, 2005

Iraqi Insurgents Getting the Finger

From Iraqi voters and Day by Day.


Blogger stewdog said...

Laura Ingram took aim at Chris Matthews today. Instead of 'accentuating the positive', he went on and on about how the inked thumbs would make everyone who voted a terrorist target. Instead, it was held up high as a badge of honor and joy.
She also took aim at Newsweek, which decided to put the terrorists on the cover.
If you think negative. .you are a Democrat.
If you wake up thinking positive and seeing the glass as half full, you are a Repubican.
Pretty simple litmus test.

January 31, 2005 10:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know I've ranted on this subject in these comments in the past, but I'm here to do it again. When it is perceived by the left that the Iraqis are threatened by American/coalition weapons, the "human shields" rush to defend them. In the face of direct and explicit threats to the Iraqi people from Zarqawi and company, 100% absence and total silence. They couldn't possibly have missed the messages that were broadcast from every tv screen and newspaper - if you vote, attempt to vote or mention voting in any context, we will kill you. Why weren't the "shields" rushing to the polling sites? They must be smarter than they appear.

- Dirtbiker for W

January 31, 2005 11:59 AM  
Blogger Kate Marie said...

Exactly, Dirtbiker. I think those ink-stained index fingers that brave Iraqis are holding up point accusingly at those smug hypocrites -- whom, by all accounts, the Iraqi people have always viewed with disdain.

January 31, 2005 12:29 PM  
Blogger stewdog said...

Great point, biker of the dirt.
I think that they should have inked the MIDDLE fingers. Would have made for better theatre.
Take that Uncle Ted the Whale Kennedy!

January 31, 2005 3:21 PM  
Blogger Wonderdog said...

Last night I was a human shield. At Blockbuster I threw myself on the counter to prevent a customer from renting Yentl. I have the scar from the laser on my forehead as it was used to block it from scanning the bar code.

February 01, 2005 1:00 AM  

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