Thursday, May 24, 2007

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

The Assault on Reason

The Gore Book: Sweeping Indictment, Rousing Challenge, Massive Best-seller
Brent Budowsky

The real presidential campaign begins now with the publication of Al Gore’s sweeping, passionate and uncompromising indictment of Bush, Bushism and American politics in the Bush era.

This book will be a massive and gigantic best-seller as Americans vote with their book-buying bucks. This book will have dramatic impact on the presidential campaign by setting the gold standard for what a Loyal Opposition should stand for.

The rest of the review is here ...

The book, "The Assault on Reason", is here ...

and for those who are still severely misinformed and who actually believe Rush Limbaugh's assertion that Al Gore "claimed" to invent the internet ... because they're gullible ditto-heads... read this.

Bomb plot thwarted at Falwell funeral

Police have arrested an American university student over a bomb plot connected to the funeral of controversial American evangelist Jerry Falwell, US media reports say.

The arrested man, 19-year-old Mark D Uhl, reportedly told police he had made the bombs to prevent protesters from disrupting Mr Falwell's funeral, held in Virginia yesterday.

The reports said Uhl is a student at Liberty University, a Christian institution founded by Mr Falwell, who referred to it as a "Bible boot camp".
The rest of the story here ...

Personally, I think it would be appropriate for the Department of Justice (DoJ) to start busting Christian jehadist sleeper cells who are apparently armed to the teeth with IEDs and who are prepared to field their own suicide bombers for their ayatollahs.

Our fundamentalists are sounding more and more like their fundamentalists every passing day.

In the meantime, the bomber says he was preparing for "protesters" who he anticipated disrupting Falwell's funeral. If you liked Falwell, you wouldn't be protesting and if you didn't like Falwell ... you wouldn't have anything to protest, either ... maybe Falwell's passing might be something to celebrate with a couple drinks at the local pub ... but certainly nothing to protest. Perhaps an ironic toast ... "God rest ye merry gentleman!"

Frankly, prepping for protesters at a funeral sounds a lot like projection to me.

The only people I'm aware of who have been disrupting funerals have been fundamentalist Christians disrupting the funerals of fallen servicemen ... in their ill advised tactic of protesting gays. Boy, there must be logic in there somewhere!