Monday, May 28, 2007

So-Called "Islamic Peace" (part #13)

The web is full of news reports detailing the rape, beating, and jailing of Darfur refugee women, perpetrated by Arab men. These reports always "conveniently" leave out the fact that the Arab men doing the raping are in fact Islamic. Below are a few examples:
  1. Girls as young as seven or eight are raped. (Nt'l Org. For Women)
  2. Fifteen year old raped, then jailed for "fornication." (The Age Dotcom)
  3. Rape is used by Arab militia as a weapon of war. (Amnesty International)
  4. Sudanese Police turns a blind eye to charges. (Relief Web Dot Int.)
  5. Arab militia says they want to "wipe blacks out." (New York Times)
  6. Women victims have no access to reproductive health services. (Peace Women Dot Org)
The list goes on and on. Notice that I quoted Left Wing liberal sources. Of course, not one of them mentions the fact that the Arab militiamen are Islamic. Oh, what Irony.

Sunday, May 20, 2007

DUH-Caprio Wants To Help....

As told in a recent Yahoo! News Article, Leo DUH-Caprio brought his own Global Warming movie to the Cannes Film Festival, just like his grown up big buddy Al Gore. I'll just let Mr. Pretty-Boy explain it to you:
"It's such an amazingly large issue, and suddenly you feel like, what can I do? What can I do? It's too big for me to deal with....[Gore]took his time to talk to me about the issue of global warming, which I didn't really understand very much about, and from then on I've kind of been more active."
For a liberal stuffed-shirt pea brain like DUH-Caprio, I'm willing to bet it took Al Gore quite a bit of time to explain it so he could understand. If it's all "too big to deal with," let's just hope he doesn't run out of hair gel, or then he's in real trouble.

Quote Of The Day.

Here's what an expert has to say about Al "chicken little" Gore and his Global Warming Movie:

"[Al] Gore's circumstantial arguments are so weak that they are pathetic. It is simply incredible that they, and his film, are commanding public attention."

-- Professor Bob Carter
Marine Geophysical Laboratory
James Cook University, Australia

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Alive To Tell The Tale.

Recent events at Virginia Tech have heightened the gun control debate. The question I ask, though, is this: what if somebody standing near the sniper had a gun of their own, and used it on the sniper?

I believe that lives could have been saved had a private gun owner been given the opportunity to shoot the sniper.

To further illustrate the point, I invite you to visit "Guns Save Lives," a website containing first hand accounts of people who are alive today because they had guns to defend themselves.