Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Christian Peacemakers Elaborate on "Rescue Us - Screw the Iraqis" Policy

"All we are saying is...get us the hell out of here."

Kember and wife skedaddling from condititions most of Iraq lived under for 35 years.

"I do not believe that a lasting peace is achieved by armed force, unless of course, you're talking about using that armed force to get my ass out of here," explains former hostage Norman Kember.

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Afghanistan: Christian Convert Faces Execution - RADIO FREE EUROPE / RADIO LIBERTY

Saturday, March 11, 2006

Idiot Hopes and Idiot Despair

The world's way of responding to decay is to engage equally in idiot hopes and idiot despair.

On the one hand some new policy or discovery is confidently expected to put everything to rights: a new fuel, a new drug, détente, world government. On the other, some disaster is as confidently expected to prove our undoing. Capitalism will break down. Fuel will run out. Plutonium will lay us low. Atomic waste will kill us off. Overpopulation will suffocate us, or alternatively, a declining birth rate will put us more surely at the mercy of our enemies.

In Christian terms, such hopes and fears are equally beside the point. As Christians we know that in this world we have no continuing city, that crowns roll in the dust and that every earthly kingdom must sometime flounder. We acknowledge a King men did not crown and cannot dethrone, and we are citizens of a city of God they did not build and cannot destroy.

~Malcolm Muggeridge (1903-1990)

Monday, March 06, 2006

Incredable :)

If Only Liberals Were as Smart as They Think They Are

Strysand akewses Bush of beeing a pour studant.

From Drudge:

Barbra Streisand has launched a new spelling error-ridden dispatch on the Internet -- a dispatch that mocks President Bush for being a "C student!"

In her February 28th, 2006 essay, Streisand flubs 11 words, a personal record.

• Irag
• curruption
• dictatoriship
• crediblity
• Adminstration
• warrented
• desperatly
• preceedings
• ouside
• subpoening
• responsibilty

Thursday, March 02, 2006

"It depends on what your definition of 'port' is."