Free Fire Zone ~ March 09

Written by Christianity and the Confusion on March 1st, 2009

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20 Comments so far ↓

  1. Anonymous says:

    John Mccain called Obama's plan to withdraw troops the resposible thing to do.
    And see here I was thinking the war was ending.
    You'd think there would be a lot of excitement over this but not so much on the left??
    What do you think?

  2. Anonymous says:

    This 80 year old woman was arrested for shop lifting.
    When she went before the judge in Cincinnati he asked her,
    'What did you steal? 'She replied, 'A can of peaches.'
    The judge then asked her why she had stolen the can of peaches
    and she replied that she was hungry. The judge then asked her
    how many peaches were in the can. She replied 6.
    The judge then said, 'I will then give you 6 days in jail.'
    Before the judge could actually pronounce the punishment, the
    woman's 83 year old husband spoke up and asked the judge if he could say
    something. The judge said, 'What is it?'
    The husband said, 'She also stole a can of peas.'
    ……………sai ram….:)……

  3. Anonymous says:

    That's a great story to start off my Monday with, I know that I'll be repeating it to a few friends today. LOL

  4. Anonymous says:

    Har har, actually I hear, thanks to bad times, the elderly are now leading in shoplifting. Remember Les Miserables? This way leads to revolution.

  5. Anonymous says:
    Egyptian police stand guard next to a pool of blood on the ground outside the Al-Husseini mosque in the Khan el-Khalili market following a blast, in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Feb. 22, 2009. An explosion ripped into the famed bazaar in medieval Cairo killing a French woman and wounding at least 21 people, most of them foreign tourists, the government said, in the first attack on tourists in Egypt in three years.
    The students were nearing the end of their trip when the attack occurred, Balkany told RTL radio on Monday. He said some of the students has serious wounds, and other students suffered psychological shock from the “horror” of the experience.

    Is it because fundamentalists demand purity like the Brahmanism of India?
    No Kuffar in our Ummah…

  6. Anonymous says:

    I think that Obama wants to get our troops out. He wants to do so in a reasonable and responsible fashion, but get them out none the less. And I agree with him.

  7. Anonymous says:

    That this seems like a purely local attack, not Al Qaida or even Muslim Brotherhood. But certainly the Muslim Brotherhood, since the 1920s, has tried to seize power in Egypt. Mr. Zawahiri, the Al Qaida #2 is from that group, as was the blind sheik and friends who made the first attack on the World Trade Center.
    You understand this is probably not racist or even about the French, terrorists want to embarrass the Mubarak government (which is a dictatorship verging on a monarchy). But we must also admit even if the Egyptian government was purely democratic and republican, even beneficent, the Muslim Brotherhood would still seek to overthrow it, because they want their own style of dictatorship, just different from Mr. Mubarak, more traditional, less modern. If I were Egyptian, I wouldn't see a lot to choose from between the two.
    So stop being so self centered .. they probably aren't after you anyway.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Have you ever wanted to see Rush Limbaugh bounce? If so, Americans United for Change has made your dream come true. Trying to exploit the recent news story about GOP chairman Michael Steele apologizing to the radio host after calling his broadcasts “ugly” and “incendiary,” this progressive advocacy group has put out another ad targeting the conservative kingpin of the airwaves, who has said he would like to see President Obama fail. And in this spot, Limbaugh jiggles at the end.

    By the way, the White House seems delighted by the Rush-Steele dust-up. At the very end of Tuesday's press briefing, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs quipped, “I was a little surprised [at] the speed with which Mr. Steele, the head of the RNC, apologized to the head of the Republican Party.” Meow.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Why shouldn't they apologize to Rush?

  10. Anonymous says:

    I was wondering since we are going to have ammo tax, cig tax, and one day fast food tax then can we have an abortion tax like $5000 per head or something.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Liberals talk a lot about freedom of speech but when it's a Conservative like Rush they change their tune. They have been attacking Rush for years and all because he is successful. I don't remember President Bush bashing any liberals like Obama bashed Rush.

  12. Anonymous says:

    You do realize that we will pay more in taxes for all the social welfare programs that will support the child who wasn't aborted.

  13. Anonymous says:

    You do realize that we will pay more in taxes for all the social welfare programs that will support the child who wasn't aborted.

    So what if it does? Some people might feel that abortion is infanticide so no amount of money spent should change their views. But since we are on the topic you seem to be justifying infanticide because the non-aborted children might grow up and be a social burden so therefore we should abort them now. I hope that isn't how you view human life. Whenever it gets inconvenient it should be terminated. Have you ever heard of Eugenics and do you practice it?

  14. Anonymous says:

    How about taxing the man who caused the pregnancy? After all, if the baby was born the father would have to pay child support, so why shouldn't he pay part or all of the cost?
    But lets be honest, this is really about someone not wanting to pay their part. The world is full of freeloaders who want someone else to pay the bill and most people who whine about taxes fall in that category.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Chris Dodd confesses: Yes, I slipped in the AIG bonus protection…’cuz Treasury made me
    By Michelle Malkin  •  March 18, 2009 06:08 PM

    Fall, fall on your sword, ye Purveyor of Hypocritical Indignation.

    Via CNN, unscrupulous borrower and No. 1 AIG benefactor Chris Dodd admits that yes, yes, he did support AIG bonus protections before he was against them:

    Senate Banking committee Chairman Christopher Dodd told CNN’s Dana Bash and Wolf Blitzer Wednesday that he was responsible for adding the bonus loophole into the stimulus package that permitted AIG and other companies that received bailout funds to pay bonuses.

    On Tuesday, Dodd denied to CNN that he had anything to do with the adding of that provision.CNN isn’t the only one he made the false claim to, according to a reader who phoned his office yesterday. Wendy N. e-mailed:

    Dear Michelle: I’ve just recently discovered your web page, and I LOVE IT! It’s a great source of information. Speaking of which, after reading “Chris Dodd: For AIG bonuses before he was against them,” I decided to phone Chris Dodd’s office. Apparently, they’re calling Rich Edson and David Freddeso liars, as the person on the phone insisted that Chris Dodd added an amendment that would NOT allow bonuses to be paid with TARP funds, and that “somebody else” in committee added the exemption, NOT Senator Dodd. Go figure?!

    Thanks again,
    Wendy N.

  16. Anonymous says:

    I wouldn't believe anything that Michelle Malkin wrote.

    Media Matters for America has documented, the relevant provision in the recovery bill , which was based on an amendment by Sen. Chris Dodd (D-CT), actually restricted the ability of companies receiving funds under the act to award bonuses in the future; it did not mandate that AIG — or any other companies — pay bonuses.

    And it looks like it was Bush hold overs that asked him to pull the amendment out of fear of lawsuits. What gets me is that these same Republicans who were screaming about the bonuses are now saying that those same bonuses can't be taxed away. That sure sounds like hypocrisy to me.

  17. Anonymous says:
    For so long, all I have been hearing is how great globalization is.
    And yet, in my lifetime, the only effect I have ever witnessed as a result of globalization is oursourced jobs, lowered wages, sweat shops, and now a global financial collapse.
    I know some people are saying “how did globalization cause the global financial collapse?”. Well, had all the global economies not been so interconnected thanks to globalization, this financial meltdown [if it happened] would not have spread out across the entire world.
    Has globalization not been a failure?
    How can US labor possibly compete with labor from India, China, and other countries? These people work for fractions of what we work for to survive. How can we possibly compete?
    Answer, we can't. That's why all our jobs are being outsourced.
    With globalization, the only hope we have is to become so poor that we are willing to work for pennies like these people do.
    Do we really have to go down this road?
  18. Anonymous says:

    Actually, the outsourcing of jobs is great. Decade after decade we've pumped millions and millions into corrupt and bankrupt third world economies by giving development aid. But only outsourcing seems to cause some real improvement in the development of those countries.
    As for jobs in the “first” world, when people are flexible and creative enough they'll find new ventures previously uncharted. With outsourcing the risk of projects falling apart by having no manpower, caused by an overheated economy is also mitigated.
    Innovation, sustainability and real development for the developing countries. I'd say outsourcing, despite all it's initial stress turns out in the end to be a win-win situation.

  19. Anonymous says:

    The problem is with the Unions, the force wages to be so high that a business doesn't have any choice but to outsource. Personally, I don't see how Unions were ever allowed to be legal!

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