COLLECTIVE MADNESS


“Soft despotism is a term coined by Alexis de Tocqueville describing the state into which a country overrun by "a network of small complicated rules" might degrade. Soft despotism is different from despotism (also called 'hard despotism') in the sense that it is not obvious to the people."

Sunday, November 26, 2006

Islamic Retirement. 64-year-old female suicide bomber attacks Israeli troops in Gaza.

In this photo released by Hamas, Thursday, Nov. 23, 2006, Palestinian Fatma Omar An-Najar is seen before carrying out a suicide bombing next to Israeli soldiers in the northern Gaza Strip. The 64-year-old Palestinian grandmother blew herself up near Israeli troops sweeping through northern Gaza on Thursday, accenting a day of clashes and rocket fire that threaten to derail fragile efforts for a cease-fire. There are conflicting reports that the old girl was told she was going to recover her virginity and enjoy explosive orgasms.
Photograph by : AP Photo/Hamas



59 comments:

  1. "There are conflicting reports that the old girl was told she was going to recover her virginity and enjoy explosive orgasms."

    You mean something like the reverse of what happened to the arch villian from Indiana Jones & The Last Crusade who "chose poorly" and drank from the wrong cup?

    "There are conflicting reports that the old girl was told she was going to recover her virginity and enjoy explosive orgasms."

    Oh the mental images - I am scarred for life.... GAG ME WITH A PLACE SETTING.

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  2. MARK STEYN a Sun-Times Columnist writes about granny, but sees it in a bit more serious way than triton.

    Mr Steyn seems not as concerned with orgasms as he does with children.

    Where granny, there in the Gaza had her first child at age 12, and had 41 grandchildren when she went to pieces. The children and grandchildren are all so proud.

    Sun-Times "Quartet of ladies shows where we're headed"

    Then, for a lengthy read, I'd reccomend this Newsweek piece
    "How Moqtada al-Sadr Controls U.S. Fate in Iraq"

    A comedy of errors, the article gives a history of Mr al-Sadr and his rise to importance in Iraq.

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  3. "recover her virginity and enjoy explosive orgasms"

    Both at once?

    On the other hand, given what "they say" about the sexual habits of arabs, she may not have know what an orgasm is like, but I guess the promise of explosive orgasms was hard to resist.

    Still, its a creative way to make the mother in law usefull. Man could learn from that. Given the demographic crisis in the West, any method that can turn a 64 y.o. grandma into a military asset needs to be examined seriously. I will send a dispatch to the NATO summit forwith.

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  4. The death cult claims another martyr.

    Arafat's legacy - Middle East Death Insurance. Palestinians are worth more to their families dead than alive. Does oil money pay the death benefits?

    How can anyone negotiate with people like the Palestinians? Olmert is lost and has pulled out "Roadmap to Peace." Doesn't he know that on that map all roads lead to hell?

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  5. Deuce,

    That return to virginity bit is orgasmic!

    :-D

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  6. Surprise, Surprise. No one can come up with any Burned Alive Iraqis.

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  7. This is why we all can't just get along:

    Link

    "[M]ilitants promised to halt rocket attacks in exchange for an Israeli withdrawal from the impoverished coastal territory."

    They PROMISED and a Muslim will always keep his word; it's in the Koran.

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  8. These look like Voters to me.

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  9. On the other hand, given what "they say" about the sexual habits of arabs, she may not have know what an orgasm is like, but I guess the promise of explosive orgasms was hard to resist.

    The good news is that she gets her virginity back. The bad news is that she's gonna be one of Yassir Arafat's 72 virgins, and his idea of an explosive orgasm tends to be more literal than metaphoric.

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  10. Well, rufus, you are correct, those folk look like voters, but then so do these
    “March for Dignity and Bolivarian Rebellion” and marched over 15 kilometers—nearly the entire length of Caracas—involved 2.5 million demonstrators. Other estimates said that the number of demonstrators was closer to several hundred thousand.

    Plus the 100,000 new AKs

    Mr Chavez has been building his "base"
    Chavez said he wants to “reactivate the Electoral Battle Units” (UBEs), which had first been activated during the recall referendum. These UBEs are made up of supporters who campaign and recruit campaign volunteers with the aim of attaining 10 million votes out of a projected 16 million registered voters on December 3, 2006. Venezuela’s electoral registry currently has 14 million voters.

    2 million "new" voters.

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  11. The good news is that she gets her virginity back. The bad news is that she's gonna be one of Yassir Arafat's 72 virgins, and his idea of an explosive orgasm tends to be more literal than metaphoric.

    Given what "they said" about Arafats preferences, she is likely to remain untouched.

    On the other hand, its kind of like an Islamic valhalla. After marrying Arafat in evening, and spending all night in the mosque not getting f***ed (ladies, the lads do get f***ed), they get to blow yourself up in the morning explosive orgasm, only for the garbage collectors to collect the scattered limbs and Allah can glue them together again by afternoon. In time for the wedding with Arafat.

    And so it repeats, every single day, until Ragnarok.

    Enjoy Jihad.

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  12. rufus,

    I suppose this should be forgetten as well, right?

    "Habu1 said...

    Allen,
    you sure wrote alot for Jewish terrorism not to mean anything...

    5:05 PM, NOVEMBER 22, 2006"

    Link

    Of course, you could believe also that I support "Jewish terrorism". If so, I would ask you, as I did Habu_1, to name an example.

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  13. fellow peacekeeper,

    re: repeat

    Sounds like the theme for a movie - "Jihadi Day"

    As to the new Arafat bio, the title theme music will come from "Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy".

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  14. When did granny become an "enemy" of the democracy project?
    At what point in her life did she become part of the arsenal of allah?
    Upon her birth or when she dropped her first once and future jihadist, at age 12?
    Or not until she strapped on her last blast belt?

    How can the people be segregated from the combatants, when they are one and the same?

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  15. Well, if Habu goes away, I can't say as how I blame him. I might do so myself. He was one of the few "Bright Spots." The unending drumbeat of negativism I can get other places.

    Allen, your Bush Derangement Syndrome is getting tedious. No one can post a "Positeve" comment without Rat summoning a raincloud from somewhere.

    In all honesty Teresita and Buddy are about the only "Wit" left. Triton makes excellent comments, and Deuce and Whit are doing Yeomen's work putting up informative and thought-provoking posts, but the dreariness, woe-is-us factor is just getting damned nigh unbearable.

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  16. If you do not like the weather, blame the weatherman.

    Of late I was beating the drums of MITT and hope.

    It was habu who said it was all a wasted effort. That all that mattered was nuclear preemption against Iran.

    A most defeatest attitude, IMHO.

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  17. desert rat,

    re: "How can the people be segregated from the combatants, when they are one and the same?"

    I. By an overwhelming majority, the Palestinian people elected the Hamas government. Hamas advocates the destruction of the state of Israel.

    II. The result of every poll done, to date, shows that at least 70-80% of the Palestinian people favor suicide-murder attacks on Israeli civilians.

    The short answer to your question, as borne out by the data, is that no meaningful distinction can be made.

    Who knows, now that the 5,280th ceasefire has broken down, Mr. Olmert and his peace partners may hit pay-dirt with ceasefire 5,281.

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  18. Allen,

    When in WAR feign weakness. Something to consider. (Re: BDS).

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  19. The Mohammed Ali Plan
    Rope-A-Dope

    The Mohammedans are still aways from being "punched out"

    Is there no limit to the number of rounds, or does the fight end in Jan'09?

    Then your "cornerman" is replaced midway through the fight and the new man is just looking for an excuse to throw in the towel.

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  20. allen said:

    Who knows, now that the 5,280th ceasefire has broken down, Mr. Olmert and his peace partners may hit pay-dirt with ceasefire 5,281.

    Insanity: Doing same thing over & over & expecting different results.

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  21. rufus,

    re: “Allen, your Bush Derangement Syndrome is getting tedious.”

    You are, of course, entitled to your opinion.

    You did not indicate, however, whether you agree with Habu_1 that I support “Jewish terrorism”? Inquiring minds want to know.

    You see, I must ask because of a discomforting comment you made recently in reference to foreign espionage:

    “rufus said...
    Another "Friend" of China - and Israel.
    3:54 PM, NOVEMBER 24, 2006”

    GERMANY

    When you listed only China and Israel as the potential recipients of illegally procured American technological applications, you knew full well that Germany had been approached as well. So why the blatant effort to vilify Israel, solely placing it conspicuously in the same company as the known US adversary China?

    Now, I have no problem with a fan routing for the home team; I just want to make sure the scoreboard isn’t rigged.

    Whether you stay or go is up to you. For the record, I have never suggested the ouster of anyone for the exercise of free speech. Indeed, I do not recall anyone calling for the removal of Habu_1. Once more you project.

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  22. Putting On Serious Hat/

    DR,

    I read Steyn's piece at the link Lucienne provided first thing this morning.

    When we speak of The Islamic Bomb, the bomb that most of us envision has a giant mushroom on the top...

    It just may be that The Real Islamic Bomb, the one worthy of the greatest attention, might be the demographic bomb currently ticking just about everywhere that a significant number Muslims have immigrated (i.e. Britain, Continental Europe, etc...).

    In my opinion, they are far more likely to prevail in this war using the demographic bomb (slow cooking the frog, so to speak) as opposed to the impact that a nuke on the Hudson would likely generate...

    (Here in the Land Of The 2nd Amendment, I rather suspect that those of us who have chosen to exercise our 2nd Amendment Rights will start playing Cowboys And Muslims rather than knuckle under to Sharia Law as dhimmis or forced converts to the death cult. My daughter will NEVER wear a burhka.)

    Back on topic... call it the Crock Pot Approach versus the Microware Approach.

    I hope we pull our heads from our @sses before it's too late to preempt either one.

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  23. DR has it right, we're fighting a dysfunctional culture.

    The problem is that this culture is relying on our collective conscience to maintain its effectiveness.

    Until we realize that we really cannot seperate the parties we will continue to bleed.

    During the recent conflict in Lebanon I took the position that everything and everybody with the lebanese borders were valid targets for the IDF. I was roundly excoriated for this, but I remain of that opinion.

    If an apartment building becomes a launching site, destroy the building. There is no reason for us to feel squeemish as granny clearly illustrates. She's a martyr, inshallah and all that bullshit.

    They don't care about human life, but the clearly understand that we do. Their problem is that if the conflict escalates we have a clear track record of shedding our inhibitions in an effort at survival. We went from passing a draft by one vote to firebombing dresden in a few short years.

    What makes absolutely no sense to me is the stasis that the arabs are willing to maintain. They cannot win with the these tactics alone and they live in squalor as a result. But they seem fine with that.

    More inshallah? Who is to say?

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  24. Well here he went after bad mouthing the MITT program and the Army efforts at Ft Riley, here at the Bar.

    He told Westhawk:
    "... You do a fine job ..."
    Then posted a bit longer comment about Dr K, Mr Baker and Mr Putin

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  25. skipsailing,

    They value the conquest of land above everything else. This is where we need to be fighting them, taking away their vast conquered territories.

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  26. DR,

    You raised the question of the sifting of “non-combatants” from combatants. This article examines that very issue.

    THE IMMORALITY OF FIGHTING A WAR MORALLY

    H/T to Dr. Sanity

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  27. The Immorality of Fighting a War Morally

    "The dilemma shared by Israel and America is just this: If by fighting morally, we cannot win a limited war, we create the conditions which will ensure the fighting of an unlimited war."

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  28. "If Israel remains constrained by their ROE to conduct a "civilized" war with an uncivilized opponent, they will lose. You cannot beat an opponent who gets "free shots" at you without risking a response."
    ___ShrinkWrapped

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  29. "Iran needs to destroy Israel for several reasons, not just theological, but political and strategic, as well. By destroying Israel, they will cement their place at the vanguard of militant Islam; in effect, Iran will emerge as the pre-eminent nation in the Muslim world. It would not end there, of course. Destroying Israel would only be the end of the beginning of the age of Iranian based Islamic terror.

    Israel, by behaving morally, is guaranteeing more Israeli deaths and genuinely risking the destruction of the Jewish state. This is the height of immorality and the Israeli leadership seem to be unaware that their aspirations to civilized behavior are not only dangerously corrupt, but risk the worst imaginable outcomes."
    ___ShrinkWrapped

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  30. "recover her virginity and enjoy explosive orgasms"
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    Depends on where you stick
    the stick of Dynomite.

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  31. Allen 3:39 PM,
    Quite a few innocents end up killed
    in our long but "innocent" war.
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    The long War:
    We do our best not to kill,
    but you die anyway.

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  32. We have discussed the RoE and the new Corps Values ad nauseum.

    Catch and Release

    Empowering Islamo-fascist in Iraq

    Just not a ray of sunshine in the storyline.
    rufus was good enough to let US know that some "sources" in Iraq are not 100% reliable. As Mr Rumsfeld was fond of saying "First reports are not always reliable". No matter who was reporting, first.

    Mr al-Sadr, according to Mr Semor's quotes in Newsweek, just sorta "fell thru the cracks" in Iraq.

    The Marines did not want to "take him" and resisted the Mission. Did not want to deal with the riots that were sure to follow.
    That was then, when there was no Mahdi Army. Now 20,000 Mohammedan Mahdi have guns.
    What a riot that'll make.

    What a difference a couple of years of looking the other way makes.

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  33. "2 million "new" voters. "
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    Certified by Jimmy Carter.
    Even the EU says PU.

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  34. 'Rat,
    You forget we had good reasons for Fallujah I and not taking out Sadr:
    ---
    Would have caused a political reaction too violent to contemplate.
    Bremmer told Wretch,
    and Wretch told me.

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  35. allen quoted:

    "...By destroying Israel, they will cement their place at the vanguard of militant Islam; in effect, Iran will emerge as the pre-eminent nation in the Muslim world..."

    For about three-quarters of an hour maybe, that's how long it takes Minuteman missiles to complete their arc over the north pole.

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  36. See, even Ms T has signed on to the Master Plan, now.

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  37. The Giant Rope-a-Dope Program.

    The Mohammedan nuke Haifa and we go "All In"

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  38. Rope a dope indeed.
    T's next post will whail about inhumane nutrional standards at Gitmo.
    ---
    All's Well in the PC War on the Homefront

    The idea that a Muslim boycott against US Airways would hurt the airline proves that Arabs are utterly tone-deaf. This is roughly the equivalent of Cindy Sheehan taking a vow of silence. How can we hope to deal with people with no sense of irony? The next thing you know, New York City cab drivers will be threatening to bathe.

    Come to think of it, the whole affair may have been a madcap advertising scheme cooked up by US Airways.

    It worked with me. US Airways is my official airline now. Northwest, which eventually flew the Allah-spouting Muslims to their destinations, is off my list. You want to really hurt a U.S. air carrier's business? Have Muslims announce that it's their favorite airline.

    The clerics had been attending an imam conference in Minneapolis (imam conference slogan: "What Happens in Minneapolis – Actually, Nothing Happened in Minneapolis"). But instead of investigating the conference, the government is now investigating my favorite airline.

    What threat could Muslims flying from Minnesota to Arizona be?

    Three of the 19 hijackers on 9/11 received their flight training in Arizona. Long before the attacks, an FBI agent in Phoenix found it curious that so many Arabs were enrolled in flight school. But the FBI rebuffed his request for an investigation on the grounds that his suspicions were based on the same invidious racial profiling that has brought US Airways under investigation and into my good graces.

    Lynne Stewart's client, the Blind Sheik, Omar Abdel-Rahman, is serving life in prison in a maximum-security lock-up in Minnesota. One of the six imams removed from the US Airways plane was blind, so Lynne Stewart was the one missing clue that would have sent all the passengers screaming from the plane.

    Wholly apart from the issue of terrorism, don't we have a seller's market for new immigrants? How does a blind Muslim get to the top of the visa list? Is there a shortage of blind, fanatical clerics in this country that I haven't noticed? Couldn't we get some Burmese with leprosy instead? A 4-year-old could do a better job choosing visa applicants than the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

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  39. It gets better and better

    By Mussab Al-Khairalla and Alastair Macdonald

    BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The motorcade of Iraq's prime minister was pelted with stones on Sunday by fellow Shi'ites in a Baghdad slum when he paid respects to some of the 200 who died there last week in the deadliest attack since the U.S. invasion.

    The anger in Sadr City, stronghold of the Medhi Army Shi'ite militia, boiled over on the third day of a curfew imposed on the capital by Nuri al-Maliki's U.S.-backed national unity coalition as it scrambled desperately to stop popular passions exploding into all-out civil war between Shi'ites and the Sunni minority.

    "It's all your fault!" one man shouted as, in unprecedented scenes, a crowd began to surge around Maliki. Men and youths then jeered and jostled as his armored convoy edged through the throng away from a mourning ceremony for one of the 202 victims of Thursday's multiple car bomb attack in Sadr City.
    ...
    King Abdullah of Jordan, who will host a summit in Amman, said "something dramatic" must come out of it because Iraq was "beginning to spiral out of control". He urged an inclusive approach across the Middle East to avert that and two other possible civil wars -- in Lebanon and involving Palestinians.
    ...
    Bush appears skeptical of approaches to Iran and Syria but, following electoral losses, he says he is open to new ideas.

    Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Sunday that he was ready to help -- if they left now: "The Iranian nation is ready to help you get out of that swamp on one condition ... You should pledge to correct your attitude," he said on television.

    "Go back, and take your forces to behind your borders."


    Negotiation begin 5DEC at the Arab League Meeting in Cairo.
    Cairo site of the Conference, where opposition to US Occupation was approved.

    Cannot wait to see what the reAuthorization of Occupation, due to be approved 31Dec06, is going to look like.

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  40. No Problem after they see the Shiites welcome Bush with open arms.
    ...so to speak.

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  41. Captain Ed has joined the Zionists and Jewish terrorists. This comes after his giving the administration a good pounding, last week. What will become of the world when TBs see the light? Why, the US might find leadership interested in victory.

    Triangle Offense Returns In Record Time

    “‘Gaza cease-fire takes hold, attacks continue,’ a headline that practically defines oxymoron for all practical purposes. A cease-fire takes hold when all sides cease firing.” (In the interest of fairness and to avoid the accusation of misrepresentation and/or BDS, certainly Madame Rice would find fault with the Captain’s painting in too broad strokes.)

    “[T]here will be no cease fire at all, ever, until the Palestinians agree to the two-state solution or the Palestinians annihilate the Israelis.” (Again, in the interest of balance and to stifle accusations of excessive negativity, the State Department would not paint so bleak a picture.)

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  42. doug wrote:

    T's next post will whail about inhumane nutrional standards at Gitmo.

    Yeah, there's a shortage of ham, bacon, pork chops, pepperoni sticks, and sausage.

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  43. skipsailing 1:30 PM

    "Their problem is that if the conflict escalates we have a clear track record of shedding our inhibitions in an effort at survival. We went from passing a draft by one vote to firebombing dresden in a few short years."

    And that's the reason why I am not worried about whether or not we'll prevail... my hope, though, was that we'd adopt the dresden posture before we felt compelled to by a 2nd mass casualty event.

    By the look of things, unless Iran does something galactically stupid like nuke Tel Aviv, I fear that we're destined to see that 2nd MCE.

    I hope it misses me and mine if for no other reason than to see justice FINALLY done.

    Living to a ripe and productive old age would be nice as well.

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  44. "For the record, I have never suggested the ouster of anyone for the exercise of free speech. Indeed, I do not recall anyone calling for the removal of Habu_1. Once more you project."
    ---
    f you criticise Bush, a Dem might be elected in...
    If Bush enforced the law the Illegals wouldn't like it.
    If we get mean, the Muzzies Might get angry.
    If Bush gave out vouchers, the NEA would not like it.
    If the GOP acts conservatively, the NY Times won't like it.
    etc
    ---
    Good to be free!
    ---
    Seems to me the GOP's obsession with getting re-elected led them to abandon all values, and the base then abandoned them.
    ---
    Similarly, what's the difference between saying you shouldn't criticize Bush because it might hurt the GOP's chances,
    and a totalitarian regime demanding you not criticize the Maximum Leader?

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  45. Weekend on the Mall [Kathryn Jean Lopez]

    From a reader:
    Speaking of gratitude and the armed services I can not say enough about the magnificent new US Marines Museum .

    It is a masterful bit of public education, both in explaining the individual experience of being a Marine and in giving a sense of 20th century military history. It is also utterly devoid of political correctness and political commentary, and rightly so. You cannot leave without a sense of awe and gratitude for these magnificent people.

    In times when sacrifice is ridiculed, bravery is minimized and gallantry ignored it is a fitting and moving reminder that all political, religious and economic freedoms are earned and defended by the armed forces.

    In between the trips to the mall this holiday season it is a must do trip.
    And bring the kids.

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  46. Mr Kolbe, the retiring Republican Congressman did not support the Republican candidate in his District.
    Seems Mr Kolbe would not support a Republican that did not support Mr Kolbes' positions on issues.

    I see no reason to buck the Leaderships leadership. Follow their Lead, vote your beliefs, not the Party's choice.

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  47. Good ole Ibrahim Barzak, ace correspondent, reported that “Gaza Cease-Fire Appears to Take Hold”. He really meant to say, “Israel Has Unilaterally Ceased Firing on Palestinian Terrorists While Mr. Cheney Is in Saudi Arabia and until the Bush-Maliki Summit Adjourns”.

    US-Israeli diplomacy is so childishly predictable. If Israel can muster the good sense to bring a leader into the government, things might get more complex and interesting.

    One Man’s Cease Fire Is Another’s Death Wish

    Link

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  48. For a first rate synopsis of a potentially VERY positive development in Afghanistan, check with Westhawk.
    Afghanistan’s new army will see the world

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  49. Afghans, the Gurhkas of the 21st Century?

    Then add some Kenyans and Gurhkas, a complete Legion. It's been a few years, but the idea gains legs. The battle is over there, that is were our fighters should come from.

    How much of the Iraqi Army is loyal to US?
    In the event of a political meltdown.

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  50. allen said:

    Good ole Ibrahim Barzak, ace correspondent, reported that "Gaza Cease-Fire Appears to Take Hold".

    That's the headline, what's really happening? IBRAHIM BARZAK:

    "The surprise truce was supposed to take effect at 6 a.m., but in the four hours that followed, 11 rockets were fired from Gaza at Israeli towns and villages and some Palestinian militants threatened to keep up the attacks.

    Israel did not retaliate, saying it wanted to give the truce a chance."

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  51. All we are saying is give piece a chance,
    All we are saying is give piece a chance
    C'mon
    Ev'rybody's talking about ministers,
    Sinister, Banisters
    And canisters, Bishops, Fishops,
    Rabbis, and Pop eyes, Bye, bye, bye byes
    All we are saying is give peace a chance,
    All we are saying is give peace a chance
    Let me tell you now
    Revoluton, evolution, masturbation,
    Flagellation, regulation, integrations,
    Meditations, United Nations,
    Congratulations

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  52. DR,

    re: "Then add some Kenyans and Gurhkas, a complete Legion. It's been a few years, but the idea gains legs. The battle is over there, that is were our fighters should come from."

    The ideas offered by Westhawk are sure worth serious consideration. To be sure, they might be downright positive, if the administration can keep State out of play. After all, Alexander conquered much of the known world using mercenaries and auxiliaries.

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  53. Ya gotta work the word "Compassion" in there somewhere, 'Rat!

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  54. "if the administration can keep State out of play"
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    Hasn't tried that yet, far as I can tell.
    Policy over the years "developed" by listening to the likes of Powell, Rumsfeld, and Rice and mixing in a little of each.
    Kind of like mixing mentos with Pepsi:
    A lot of foaming at the mouth of the containers.

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  55. Might as well capitalize on the new reality:

    "Dhimmi Life Magazine"

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  56. You got pictures of Xena in your bathroom?
    Super Kinky!

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