Tuesday, August 14, 2007

News Today

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"Saraa Barhoum picked at the buttons on her pink bellbottom jeans as she twisted on a chair inside the bustling new Hamas television headquarters. The afternoon light bounced off the sparkly outlines of butterflies on her frilly top, and a colorful hijab framed her 11-year-old face.
Saraa wants to be a doctor. If she can't, the young star of Hamas television's best-known children's show said, she'd be proud to become a martyr. Saraa says little Jewish girls should be forced from their homes in Israel so that Palestinians can return to their land."

I mean, at least they're brainwashing their children rather than giving them toys covered in lead based paint. I wonder if she's the daughter of one of the asshole doctors that tried to bomb the airport in Scotland.

What about this Jose Carranza, the illegal immigrant from Peru that was a party to the executions in New Jersey? This guy was out on bail for aggravated assault and sexual abuse of a child. Great job, New Jersey - you vote in local government officials that make the city a sanctuary for illegals. In my honest opinion, you have to be a dunce to believe that sanctuary for ILLEGALS is a good move. I have not heard one legitimate reason to let these worthless people run freely in the US. I don't care if for every one murdering child rapist there are 10,000 law abiding illegals (now that's quality right there), I still want them gone.

Honestly, what is wrong with America right now? If you're against the war, you blame Bush and every conservative in the country. Fair enough, I can deal with that. It gets sort of confusing here and I don't think these people truly understand what they're saying so I'll keep it simple. The same people that blame the administration for killing innocent thousands in Iraq are, for the most part, the same people that are for 'amnesty' for some form of it. They then blame Bush because the War has caused the administration to overlook the issue of immigration. They are ALSO the same people that voted for the politicians that have passed 80 public laws so far this year (to give you perspective, 482 laws passed from 2005-2006). Let us continue to sit on our asses, complain that the current administration is bunk and expect things to work out the way we want.

I remember seeing, among the disgusting amount of political 'humor' material I've seen, something that went along the lines of 'Are you happy now?' referring to voting Bush in for a second term. I pose the same question to those of you that voted in these congressional members.

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