Friday, March 28, 2008

Thanks, Jonathan ...


... now I know.

P.S. Hey, Jonathan ... did you know? Well, now you do.

13 comments:

Red Tory said...

Instead of reflecting our love for our country...

Is Jonathan disoriented?

I realize this was passed on via e-mail, but it's curious that he identifies so deeply with this message. Perhaps he should move south of the border where he more properly belongs.

Southern Quebec said...

What a load of Pentagon Propaganda! Yesterday, the Idiot in Chief said not to believe the violence you see on TV -- it's not real -- things are going fine. It must be neat living in a parallel universe where you just make things up as you go along, and are never accountable to anyone. Oh, look a pony...

Red Tory said...

And over there... a shiny rock!

M@ said...

Did you know that the Iraqi government currently employs 1.2 million Iraqi people?

Funny thing for a conservative to be proud of.

And from the comments:

hunter said...

Excellent. No, I didn't know, but now I do!


What a surprise, that Hunter was so ill-informed. It's the lack of knowledge that can only come from reading right-wing blogs, I guess.

Cameron Campbell said...

My favorite right wing meme on Iraq was from about a year ago: They were all saying that if you looked at Iraq geographically things something like 60% - 70% of the country was peaceful. What they neglected to mention was that the bulk of the population lived in the other 30% - 40% of the country.

And we're supposed to be polite to the lying scum?

Ti-Guy said...

There's a new SaskaCunt on the block...or at least, she's one I've only become recently aware of.

Yeah, I suppose CC's already stocked up on those, but...

These rurals bug me most of all because they juxtapose their hatred and dishonesty with the faux-populism of being but humble prairie folk from noble farming stock. The fact that they never actually have to interact with any of the people they hate...or any other people at all from their barren, windswept redoubts...is an additional irritant.

They make me *puke* so much, I'm considering boycotting food.

E in MD said...

And we're supposed to be polite to the lying scum?

By Blogger Cameron Campbell, at 9:10 AM


No, we're supposed to kick them in the fucking head.

There are only two types of conservatives: Millionaires and Suckers

KEvron said...

"Did you know that the Iraqi government currently employs 1.2 million Iraqi people?"

lol! and johnathan calls himself a conservative!

KEvron

KEvron said...

oh, m@ beat me to it....

KEvron

The Strong Conservative said...

Thanks for reading my post, I'm happy to educate at every opportunity.

CC, thanks also for the link to CNN, you might have missed one small detail that the curfew was imposed by the democratically elected government of Iraq, meaning representative of the people and not a curfew imposed by a tyranical dictator. Small point I know, but worth recollection.

Have a great weekend my leftist friends.

Pale said...

Coffee on my monitor....

Frig. I heard the word "comrade" when reading that comment from "strong conservative"...lol.
2FF.
Wonder if Natasha is involved?

A lot of people kind of think that the "elections" in Iraq were not "democratic", as much as they were "rigged".
I know. Hard to believe...Why would Bushco allow or DO such a thing? You would think the Rethugs want to stay for another...100 years or so.
Oh. right. Whoops. my bad.

liberal supporter said...

But how could they rig the elections? The electricity is too unreliable to run a Diebold counted and delivered election.

liberal supporter said...

Thanks for reading my post, I'm happy to educate at every opportunity.

Good! I look forward to when you will start to do that. Because you are just being a propagandist at this point.

You attempt to claim the information you provide is being somehow "suppressed", but you are mistaken. The reason you don't read it a lot is because it is not actually very impressive.

A country of the same population as Canada running 1100 building projects? Sounds impressive, when you compare 1100 to nothing. But in Canada, we see 190,000 housing starts every month. Considering it takes several months to build anything, we would have 1,100,000 projects going on at once. That is ONE THOUSAND TIMES as much. You can certainly discount that multiplier, since it is housing starts, while the Iraq building projects are schools and a handful of hospitals. But I think it is safe to say we are doing 100 times as much building as they are there.

The reason this "news" is being "suppressed" is because looking at it critically shows further what a badly managed mess this war is.