Wednesday, February 13, 2008

World NewsWatch February 13, 2008 A.D.

I am not sure the Founding Fathers of our country imaginined the peoples congress wasting valuable time on trivial matters like sports, and athletes that were supposedly using performance enhancing drugs even when they were not specifically banned in the sport. Seems like a monumental waste of the taxpayers employees time and our money. Roger Clemens seems to be adamant about his innocence and if lies were told under oath against him there should be severe retribution. I really don't care what happens in organized sports kids should know that any illegal drugs are bad for them and leave it at that.

Too bad for this murderer, Imad Mugniyah evidently got his just reward for living a life of violence and hatred. And if His "religion" didn't preach a gospel of worshipping death maybe there would not be so many more willing to follow in his footsteps. May the blind following the blind into the ditch have their eyes opened and stop this cycle of violence. It is a hope of mine that is fading, and when you realize the root cause you realize it will never ever end. Again, When a righteous [man] doth turn from his righteousness, and commit iniquity, and I lay a stumblingblock before him, he shall die: because thou hast not given him warning, he shall die in his sin, and his righteousness which he hath done shall not be remembered; but his blood will I require at thine hand. Ezekiel 3:20

They claim in the headlines the Senate bill is a victory for Bush... I believe it's a victory for all of America. I wonder why divisions have to be cast upon every thing that ever gets done by our Government. We are not playing a game here, these are matters of life and death for someone.
If Berkely feels safe withdrawing from the country, so be it, they will be the Islamists first target anyway,unless the Jihadists need a pack of useful idiots. I think their cowardice is in their pre-emptive prostration, pleading with the Islamists to kill them last.

The pins came out in force against the housing bubble and finally popped it. The economy may just prove to be a little more difficult to undermine by those who want to make political hay and a vote for change out of whatever weakness they can try to blame on Bush. Hugo will throw his weight into the arena too, and dash himself on the rocks of America's strength.

On one hand we should never fear the vociferous antagonists of the free worlds right to free speech, on the other, why stir the pot? I think it's comical that these idolaters become so enraged that they will kill each other, but I hate to see innocents get caught up in the frenzy of violent intolerance. Is Islam and Mohammad so weak and vulnerable that no-one can bring it under the light of Day and analyze it with ironic fun or barbed humor?

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