Wednesday, April 09, 2003
There is some sense of rationality in the Arab world.
"I don't like the idea of having the Americans here, but we asked for it," he said. "Why don't we see the Americans going to Finland, for example? They come here because our area is filled with dictatorships like Saddam's."
Here's a great video showing anti-war protesters in New York City. It gives a good indication of what we are dealing with. I'm sure the producer/narrator came in with a bias, but somehow I don't think he did too much editing to get his viewpoint (based on the interviewee's comments) across. Anti-War Video
Tuesday, April 08, 2003
Satan Lives? Crud! No Saddam!???
Monday, April 07, 2003
Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf , unintentional comedic star.
His momma Named Him Clay, I'm Gonna Call him Clay.
Wednesday, April 02, 2003
Is this great news?!
Tuesday, April 01, 2003
Howland a Bruin? Looks like a done deal. Nice to see a Gaucho get a chance to coach the Bruins.
My wish to flush Saddam out has begun. "Pentagon Keeps Asking, 'Where's Saddam?'"
Robert Scheer, what a loathesome human being. Why do we/I waste my time. Well, he's in my newspaper, which has some very good qualities, but how can they explain Robert Scheer?
In his article in today's LA Times, he states, "The 'terrorist' is generally considered such because he is indifferent to the fate of civilians."
Uh, no Robert a terrorist intentionally targets innocent civilians. If a terrorist truely was indifferent, a suicide (homicide, murderous) bomber would only intend to blow himself up and accidently take some civilians with him/her. It is the suicide bomber's intention to kill and terrorize civilians by blowing them up in coffee houses, pizza parlors, and any other normal everyday place. The World Trade Center wasn't targeted at 11 at night when there would be few people in the building. It was targeted by the terrorists early in the morning in order to maximize casualties. When is the Times going to take some responsbility for Scheer's comments like NBC did with Peter Arnett?
"Saddam is dead!" Let's all say it together. Flush him out. It should be the top news story everywhere. Why can't we see the Iraqi leader in a war they are "winning?" The Americans should tell the Iraqi people to stop fighting for a dead man. Force their hand. If he's alive he must show himself. Doesn't it seem like the simple thing to do?