Friday, February 17, 2006

Zoo News Friday

Former US president Bill Clinton said on Friday that printing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed was a mistake but that violent protests by Muslims have wasted a chance to build bridges with the West. Clinton was speaking in Pakistan -- the scene of some of the worst rallies against the drawings -- where he was visiting survivors of last year's South Asian earthquake and launching an HIV/AIDS project. (Article)

This guy is like a social disease. You think you found the cure, you think everyone knows to avoid it, but then it crops up in the oddest places. Here he is in his finest STD mode: The publishers were wrong; I agree with you. The extremists were wrong; I agree with you moderates. Have BJ go to Brussels and his speech would ring of freedom of speech and of the press. Have him speak at the annual Terrorists International convention and he would talk of needing to espouse extreme views to effect change in a stoic world. “Tell me who you are and I’ll find a view that makes you happy.” Not a bad slogan for a guy that loves bad food and worse women.

For at least two decades, the Korean War-era shell sat in the front yard. It wasn't so dangerous a lawn ornament as it might have been it had no fuse. (Article)

No, I didn’t cut-n-paste wrongly. ABC News via AP just can’t edit well. Morons.

As an ACLU lawyer, Mark Brewer once defended the Ku Klux Klan's right to speak, but the Democratic State Party chairman now is asking Michigan Republicans to muzzle conservative commentator Ann Coulter. Brewer called on Republicans to disavow Coulter's most recent controversial comments -- twice calling Arabs "ragheads" -- and demanded that gubernatorial candidate Dick DeVos and others keep her from making upcoming Michigan stops on her speaking circuit, including Grand Rapids next month. (Article)

You gotta love the ACLU. They’ll spend millions to defend a liberal’s rights to fart in front of the Queen as a form of self expression, but toss in a conservative – and whoa, free speech? Are you crazy? That chick has to stay quiet. Why does Atty. Brewer change his ethics based upon his job title? How, um, pathetic.

RUSSIA plunged deeper into the maelstrom of Middle Eastern politics yesterday, saying it might sell arms to the Palestinians after talks with Hamas in Moscow early next month. (Article)

There you are … we spoke of that over the last week or two, remember? The Russians will fill the void. Iraq and Palestine. Oh well. It’ll take a few years before the Russians will have the balls to actually locate forces in Palestine. It will happen, but not for a while.

Richard Dreyfuss, the actor who starred in movies ranging from "Jaws" to "Mr. Holland's Opus," told an audience in Washington, D.C., on Thursday that "there are causes worth fighting for," and one of those is the impeachment of President George W. Bush. (Article)

Oh my, you have to read the whole thing! I can’t imagine how his words can be heard with his head stuck so far into his anal canal. Maybe he passed out written comments then mimed them as he rolled around the stage in a very personal circle. If he could manage to stand, it would brig to mind Sesame Street and th voiceover, “brought to you by the Number 9.”

Direct quotes - "Watch me lose my sense of humor if people accuse me of treason," Dreyfuss said before mocking two of the Fox News Channel's most popular hosts. "'That's not very O'Reilly of you, Mister Smarty-Pants,' or 'What would Sean Hannity have to say about that, Mister Too-Complex-for-Your-Own-Good?'"

It’s an implied threat from a numeral. “Too-Complex”? Richard, buddy, trust me, the words never came to mind. Too short? Yes. Take yourself too seriously? Yes. Surround yourself with people that won’t tell you that you’re wearing no clothes? Yes. “Smarty-Pants”? How old are you?

I can’t believe these people. Complete idiots. Funny, but idiots. Alec Baldwin said Cheney is a terrorist. Consistently funny.

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