The Israeli Ambassador slipped up during a news conference, and he told the world that Israel planned on bombing Iran’s nuclear facilities in the next month instead of 10-11 months down the road. Then, he asks for the cameras to be turned off. Can you say “Fuck Up?” This will certainly make for a interesting February, unless they change their minds and decide to wait until spring or summer now. The U.S. or Israel should have dropped one of their new smart cluster bombs on Tehran to blow those turban-headed dumb fuckers with a itchy trigger finger to smithereens!
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A “Hillraiser” for Hillary Clinton’s primary campaign has come out for John McCain. Lady Lynn Forrester de Rothschild. She’s a well-kept woman who seems intelligent and, oh, darn…what is that phrase I’m looking for?? Oh yes, FILTHY RICH! She is friends with British prime minister Tony Blair and splits her time between London and New York.
She does not like Obama. Mainly because he’s an elitist. Obviously. A woman whose London home is a 3200-acre castle would know an elitist man when she saw one!
Oh, and remember that bitter comment Obama made about people in Pennsylvania? She criticized that too. As well, she should! Just don’t criticize Obama’s use of the term “bitter” if you’re going to refer to the same people as “rednecks”.
It’s just a guess, but I’m assuming that people would rather be called “bitter” than “rednecks”, especially by a woman who wouldn’t know a pair of jeans if they slapped her in the face (hmmm….).
Hillary Clinton has not responded to this woman, nor should she. She did, however, decide not to attend a rally against Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad when she heard Sarah Palin would be there as well. When she was first invited, Mrs. Clinton didn’t think it was a political appearance and didn’t want to turn it into a tool in this election. Therefore, she changed her mind about appearing. When hearing that Hillary would not be attending, the event organizers revoked Sarah Palin’s invitation.
Not that they wanted her there in the first place. It was supposed to be a bi-partisan event, not a political stop. The Executive Director of the National Jewish Democratic Council, said his group hadn’t approved of Palin appearing at the event anyway.
But she can see Russia from her state and, and, and she’s had her passport for an entire year! She knows a thing or two about foreign policy, not like Hillary Clinton who has actually traveled to foreign countries. Psht, that doesn’t mean anything, if you can see it, you know everything about it. I saw the Dow Jones drop over 900 points in just two days, so I obviously am an expert on recessions, right? (oops, I meant a “mental” recession, because that’s all it really is, right Phil Gramm?) But I digress…
We’ve heard a lot about sexism. Even I’ve written about it, but we haven’t really heard anything explicit. Not until now. If CNN or MSNBC question someone in a manner that is not to the liking of the McCain campaign, they are automatically sexist. However, when fox news actually talks about body parts, barely anyone notices. Yes, yes, fair and balanced…I see it now.
Since when can you say “tits” on tv, but not “penises”?
Ah, what a week for women. We’ve shown just how accepting, useful, and classy we can be. Our mothers would be so proud!
A new law has been passed by the Iranian parliament extending use of the death penalty to online crimes. Previously, only people charged with insulting Islam or drug trafficking had been sentenced to death.
In accordance with the new law, bloggers and website editors can be sentenced to death for crimes such as promoting corruption, prostitution and apostasy, the International Freedom of Expression Exchange (IFEX) reported.
Blogging about subjects such as minority rights and freedom of speech and religion has already carried a risk. In 2005, blogger Mojtaba Saminejad was tried before a local court in Teheran charged with insulting the prophets, which carries the death penalty. He was eventually acquitted. Last year, two Kurdish bloggers were sentenced to death on charges of subversive activities against national security, spying and separatist propaganda.
Blogging is very popular in Iran – even the president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has his own blog and the Persian language is one of the most commonly used on the Internet.
WTFBlog won’t be moving to Iran any time soon, drug trafficking inspries such shows like “Weeds”! And as for Islam…well have you seen what the women have to wear on their heads!
Oh and as for as promoting corruption, prostitution and apostasy, we heart it all!