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Politics Chafe My Scrote

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  1. The peaceblogger himself, jpoulos, has been on this story. check it out!

  2. I knew it was a mistake to click on that link – now, how do I clean the vomit out of my keyboard?

  3. You gotta love the Statement of Principles, from freaking 1997, signed by Dick and Wolfie and Rummy and even good brother Jeb:
    “We seem to have forgotten the essential elements of the Reagan Administration’s success: a military that is strong and ready to meet both present and future challenges; a foreign policy that boldly and purposefully promotes American principles abroad; and national leadership that accepts the United States’ global responsibilities.”
    This particular shitmitten has been in the oven for a very long time.

  4. In early March the Rebuilding America’s Defenses (RAD) document, to be found at this same URL, made North American news headlines. I guess someone in the media dug it out and found the parallels between the stated goals of the RAD in 2000 and the reality of 2003, erm, “interesting”.
    The RAD’s a pretty big document, so I skimmed over the details of funding and specific deployments, but read in detail the statements of princple, e.g.
    “Since today’s peace is the unique product of American preeminence, a failure to preserve that preeminence allows others an opportunity to shape the world in ways antithetical to American interests and principles.”
    Insert ; repeat.
    In the best Hallmark tradtition: “Why I Hate America” in PDF format!
    Interestingly enough, when I tried to open that URL again today, the corporate site-blocking software kicked in and told me that it is an inappropriate use of computer resources. I couldn’t agree more.

  5. Hmmm… the log SW has extracted some content. It should read:
    Insert “sound Stewie made on Family Guy when he realized he’d been nursing on Peter Griffin’s breast”; repeat.

  6. Mine really IS bigger than yours….

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