Wednesday, May 24, 2006

As I'm sure most of you dear readers are already aware, the MSM (mainstream media for those of you unfamiliar with the linguistics particulars of blogspeak) has been repeatedly undermining the terrorist surveillance program for the past six months. Predictably, the deranged moonbats who comprise the elite leftwing blogeoise is up in arms. On this subject, my friends, I will say a few words. Earlier in the evening, I feated upon the blood of a rather feisty young man which now coarses through my veins, so I ask you to please forgive me for my blunt and legnthy tirade.

Friends: today we are engaged in a final, all-out battle between Secularist Islamofacism and Christianity. America needs all the tools it can get to squash the terrorists and protect America, at any cost. This is war, and war means making sacrifices. The boys in the blogosphere constantly diselevate the discourse and undermine the military by writing and podcasting vile things about the president. To this I say: Let us not assassinate this lad any further. He has single-handedly protected America from further terrorist attacks not once, not thrice, but an infinite amount of times, especially when dystopian alternate universes are taken into account.

We all love freedom - to fly a kite, bake a pie, to make love to our lawfully wedded wife, to impose sugar rations.

But they're Terrorists. They betrayed the faith of the Fathers for this Socialist God of Islam. Now, that's the issue, not anti-Shiiteism.

Point of order, some of the dissenters claim privacy violations. First of all, if you have nothing to hide, why should you care? Secondly, privacy is a selfish desire when security is at stake. You can't enjoy privacy if you're dead. Thricely, and most importantly, they forget one thing: America was founded on security. One colony could not defeat the colonioterrorism of England on its own. However, when it joins together and stand united, the world is its oyster. Just one state dissenting causes a break in the link , and the chainlink fence is not as strong as it used to be. Thereupon, a hole in the fence is created, through which a bunch of Mexicans sneak through.

By publishing reports on the NSA's terrorist surveillance program, the pinko media is knowingly assisting the terrorists and undermining the military. Now, I have my issues with the U.S. Army, but we are all on the same side (the right side). When the blogolution comes - trackback my words, it will come - the MSM will be first up against the wall, and be investigated for their crimes against the American people. The journalists who comprise this insidious conspiracy are traitors - on this, there is no question. They are traitors, and they deserve to be treated as such.

Traitors are NOT gentlemen, my good friends! They don't understand being treated like gentlemen! I don't give a tinker's damn how high or how low people in either the Republican or Democrat party, either party, are unhappy about our methods. This fight IS going to go on as long as I am in the blogosphere!

We all have to make sacrifices. Some of us have already endured casualties (see my April 29 post on terrorism in the blogosphere). Some peple think that America should just climb into its coffin and sleep. To this I say: Bah! We are once again fighting for our freedom, not from tyranny, oppression, or persecution... but from annihilation. We are fighting for our right to live. To exist. And should we win the day, the Fourth of July will no longer be known as an American holiday, but as the day the world declared in one voice: "We will not go quietly into the night! We will not vanish without a fight!"

We're going to live on! We're going to survive! Tonight we celebrate our Independence Day!

Good night, and good luck.

Sunday, May 07, 2006


some broad on daily kos uses both a harvard report and CBS (Communists Be uS) as primary sources (surprise, surprise) hindrocket on powerline reminds his readers that, yes, terrorists are evil according to wonkette, another kennedy drives drunk michelle malkin celebrates National Military Appreciation Month by saying "LOL" that atrios moonbat applauds the liberal media (warning: naughty language) andrew sullivan links to his opinion on his blog instapundit uses a Mr. Burns quote to advocate contacting the Egyptian embassy without realizing the irony ariana huffington wants to engage in sexual relations with steven colbert the big news on drudge report right now is a cardinal does not approve of the da vinci code talking points memo is throwing around the word "hookergate" like nobody's business scobleizer's latest three posts are about web 2.0, the metaverse and podcasting, respectively, cory doctorow wants to make peanuts

Saturday, May 06, 2006

Some of my blogoquaintances sent me a hyperlink to some guy named Steven Colbert giving a speech at the White House Correspondents Dinner.

Frankly, I am offended by what I saw. When he's talking about how great President Bush is, some of the people in the audience laugh. They laugh at the president, they laugh at the office of the presidency. They laugh at the federal government, they laugh at America. Way to reveal your true colors, MSM.

Have you no sense of decency?

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