Monday, August 29, 2005

GO Jodi, Chris & Joe! GO! Connecticut Sues Pentagon Over Base Closing

GO Jodi, Chris & Joe! GO! GO! GO!!!

1010 WINS - ALL NEWS. ALL THE TIME.: Connecticut Sues Pentagon Over Base Closing

"Aug 29, 2005 2:21 pm US/Eastern
(1010 WINS) (HARTFORD) Connecticut Gov. M. Jodi Rell filed a lawsuit Monday to stop the federal government from removing fighter jets from the Air National Guard Base at Bradley International Airport.

The national base closure commission last week approved a Pentagon plan to move nine of the 17 A-10 Thunderbolts from the 103rd Fighter Wing located at Bradley International Airport and retire the rest. The realignment is part of the Pentagon's proposal to shut or consolidate 62 major U.S. military bases and hundreds of smaller facilities.

Rell argues that the Pentagon needs her approval before moving or altering the guard unit.

The National Guard system, according to the lawsuit, is the successor to the original state militias. The state's right to maintain and direct that militia, the suit contends, is deeply rooted in both the U.S. and Connecticut constitutions. ..."

I don't know all the facts here but it seems that Connecticut, who will now be keeping the Nuclear Submarine Base, might just deserve NOT TO BE the only state WITHOUT a "flying mission", what ever that exactly entails.

It's obvious to me that Connecticut needs a most heavy duty "Flying Mission". Ready to be able to kick some butts in just a few minutes plus. Ready to be able to do what someone should have been able to do just about four years ago: Chase down a few errant passenger jets before they crash into some very tall buildings.

Go get'm Governor, please don't bow down to your fellow Republicans. They are way wrong on this one.

This is simply a State defending its State's Rights against the Pentagon and the White House.


Monday, August 08, 2005

Paparazzi Who Cause Car Crashes Deserve To DIE!!!

I just saw the movie Paparazzi and feel the photographer scumbags got everything they deserved. If I hear about this happening in real life, I will let out a very big CHEER!

The Daily Page: Going-Out: Movies: Reviews: Paparazzi

Perhaps the best way to think of it is as a war. On this side are the Hollywood stars with their armies of agents, managers, lawyers, publicists, handlers, personal assistants and, of course, bodyguards. And on this side are the paparazzi — guerrilla warriors armed with cameras, whose job it is to break through the stars’ defenses, steal small parts of their souls and sell them to the highest bidder. The lengths to which paparazzi will go to get “the shot” are legendary — hiding out in trees, digging through garbage, spitting on the stars and shooting their reactions. Car chases are routine. So is helicopter surveillance. And there’s very little the stars can do about it, George Clooney’s “Hard Copy” crusade notwithstanding. Even the paparazzi who were trailing Princess Diana that hot August night, one of whom called 911 while the others recorded the scene for both posterity and prosperity, got by with a slap on the wrist, if that.

Clearly, we’re dealing with scum-sucking whores here, which means they’re perfect fodder for a good old-fashioned revenge fantasy. ..."

The French justice system effed up with the Princess Diana killing.

Paparazzi Who Cause Car Crashes Deserve To DIE!!!


Friday, August 05, 2005

How about? The Global War and Struggle Against Terror and Violent Islamic Extremism."

It works for me. The radical Islamics are behind it, and that is who must be destroyed. Terminate without prejudice!

Christian Science Monitor Blog | Verbal Energy Archive August, 2005

Defining militancy downward: GWOT's next?
By Ruth Walker

Reports of the demise of the global war on terror (GWOT to those in the know, both hawks and doves) are greatly exaggerated.

So insists US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. In an address in Texas this week, he denied that the Bush administration is backing away from GWOT in favor of "the global struggle against violent extremism" as the preferred term for well, you know, all this stuff that keeps happening.

The Dallas Morning News quoted him thus:

Some ask, are we still engaged in a war on terror? Let there be no mistake about it. It’s a war.

President Bush banged the same drum in a speech Wednesday: "Make no mistake about it, we are at war." Those interested in hard data have taken to counting how often he uses certain phrases. The tally for Wednesday's round: War on terror, 5; Global struggle against violent extremism, 0. ..."

So what we really have here is a "Global War and Struggle Against Terror and Violent Islamic Extremism."

Everybody happy now?


Thursday, August 04, 2005

KILL Mukhannas Terrorist Ayman al-Zawahiri ASAP!!!

KILL Mukhannas Terrorist Ayman al-Zawahiri ASAP!!!

Al Qaeda to West: It's about policies | "Al Qaeda to West: It's about policies
In a broadcast Thursday, Al Qaeda's blamed Tony Blair for the 7/7 attacks.
By Dan Murphy | Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor
BAGHDAD – With an AK-47 at his side, Ayman al-Zawahiri, Al Qaeda's No. 2, appeared in a videotape broadcast Thursday and claimed that the 7/7 bombings were payback for British participation in America's 'policy of aggression against Muslims.'

The video is another Al Qaeda message apparently intended to turn Western democracies against their leaders by explaining acts of terrorism as rational decisions from a group with specific political goals. It challenges the position of British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Bush administration officials, who have insisted that the London attacks have nothing to do with Iraq and that terror attacks will continue regardless of policy. ..."