Thursday, February 24, 2005

What's that noise?

More alarm clocks?

"Germany loves to criticize US President George W. Bush's Middle East policies -- just like Germany loved to criticize former President Ronald Reagan. But Reagan, when he demanded that Gorbachev remove the Berlin Wall, turned out to be right. Could history repeat itself?"

I love it.

Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Shocking news!!!

The World never knew how come nothing was found...

"UN inspectors in Iraq spent their working hours drinking vodka while ignoring a shadowy nocturnal fleet believed to be smuggling goods for Saddam Hussein, a former senior inspector told the US Senate yesterday."


Thursday, February 10, 2005

The Power of IKEA...

Drives people of all cultures to madness...

This just happened in England:

"Five people are in hospital today after hundreds were crushed as the opening of England's biggest Ikea store turned into a riot."

This was just last year in Saudi Arabia at an IKEA also:

"A stampede of hundreds of shoppers in western Saudi Arabia has left at least three people crushed to death."

Who would have guessed that the desire to be able to assemble your own furniture would be so irresistable?

Scholars and pundits are looking for something that can bring the East and West together? Perhaps we have it.

'If you make them build it, they will come'

Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Silence of the Lame

"Billionaire Bush-basher George Soros and left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore were among critics of the administration's Iraq policy who had no comment after millions of Iraqis went to the polls in their nation's first free elections in decades."

But, they'll be back to the blathering the moment something bad happens...

Tuesday, February 01, 2005

Alarm clocks going off

all over the Left?

Seems as though at least some are unable to ignore the good signs of this past Sunday. While Ted Kennedy and John Kerry have no problem seeing that elections are a bad thing, this liberal writer is beginning to see the light...

"But after watching Sunday's election in Iraq and seeing the first clear sign that freedom really may mean something to the Iraqi people, you have to be asking yourself: What if it turns out Bush was right, and we were wrong?"