Thursday, April 19, 2007

And I'd keep a close eye on those Quakers, too.


And when it comes time to reconcile a loving, merciful God and 32 violent, senseless deaths, right-wing hack Dinesh D'Souza knows where to assign blame -- it's the atheists.

Join us next week when D'Souza examines the last several years of American, GOP-driven, imperialistic, neo-con clusterfuck and pins the fault squarely where it belongs -- on the Democrats.

4 comments:

canucklehead said...

Yes, it's totally the atheists' fault that he compared himself to Jesus Christ.
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070418/ap_on_re_us/virginia_tech_shooting
"You thought it was one pathetic boy's life you were extinguishing. Thanks to you, I die like Jesus Christ, to inspire generations of the weak and the defenseless people."

Anonymous said...

It is the Democrats' fault -- they voted for the Iraq war too. It's also the Republicans' fault but hey, let's make sure everybody who voted for the war takes the heat.

CC said...

anonymous writes:

"It is the Democrats' fault -- they voted for the Iraq war too. "

Please tell me you're joking here. 'Cuz I'd hate to think you were being serious.

pretty shaved ape said...

while the democrats did indeed vote for the war, one might also note that those democrats, like the rest of the american population, were lied to. when the president and the entirety of the administration claimed that there were weapons, that they knew where the weapons were and that they posed an imminent threat one could argue that they voted correctly. based on the information presented and placing full faith in the integrity and honesty of the executive and the "intelligence" collected, it would have been difficult not to vote for the war.

the presidency is entrusted with the safety and security of the nation. who was to know that the president was not to be trusted? had the executive branch exercised due diligence and presented the facts of the matter, saddam would still be sitting on one of his impotent thrones.