US – Libya War

March 20, 2011

Gadhafi vows long war after US, allies strike – Yahoo! News


Cindy Sheehan? Campouts at the presidents house? Protests in San Francisco? The moral urgency? David Letterman? Jon Stewart? Stephen Colbert? Nancy Pelosi? NY Times? Declaration of War from congress – or even a resolution?

Oh thats right… back then it was all about oil.

UPDATE: Found this in the comments section of the Althouse blog:

JayC said…
Scott Walker’s invasion of Libya is an illegal war of choice on a sovereign nation. No blood for cheese! Wait a minute… I think I have the wrong script. Give me a minute, here.
3/19/11 9:31 PM


China, Middle East, and US Support

March 5, 2011

China paper blasts Middle East protest movements – Yahoo! News

Sorry Fox News, Rush, Glenn and every other conservative pundit out there – as much as we’d all like to see Obama assertively step up to the plate in support of the Mideast protesters it ain’t gonna happen.

Because supporting the Mideast protesters will eventually lead to the question of China’s own protesters, and we sold our democracy soul to China a long time ago.

MSM and John Edwards – Both Guilty

March 4, 2011

Instapundit » Blog Archive » MICKEY KAUS: Here is the problem I have with indicting John Edwards. I just want to point out th…

More fuel for my rage against the press… bastards. Again, this was one of the press’ favorites and he was so close to a presidential nomination.

San Francisco – Just Deal With It!

March 3, 2011

Barrage of Game-Promotion Ballons and Fliers Pollute San Francisco [UPDATES] – SFist

This is what people in San Francisco get freaked about… balloons in the bay. These are video game promotional balloons that ended up in the bay instead of in the air.

As you can see, the balloons have now settled in the Bay where they run the risk of threatening wildlife.

Seriously – nothing substantial is at risk, except maybe the fragile “house of cards” image that environmentalists have of the environment.

Cause of the Financial Crisis

March 2, 2011

Zombie » Outside Job: Using the Oscars to legitimize a political theory

Good stuff shedding light on liberal advocates pushing lenders to make bad loans, then decrying efforts by those banks to turn bad money into good, and all while proudly twisting the truth in an Oscar winning movie.

Yup – sounds like a liberal.

The meltdown was not caused by the bankers who mislabeled their risky debt; the economy would have collapsed no matter who was holding the bag when it all went sour. The only crime committed by the villains depicted in Inside Job was to make sure they weren’t personally liable when all those bad investments went kablooey.

And I like this description of big business… because this is what a large company that’s trying to attract investors is SUPPOSED to be like:

It’s clever to stir up populist outrage against the fatcats who tried to enrich themselves when everyone else went broke. Who doesn’t hate devious fatcats? Even I hate them. But in this case I know that they didn’t cause the recession: they merely tried to profit from it. Because that’s what fatcats do: They try to profit from anything, in any financial climate. That’s what makes them fatcats.

And finally the bit about fooling a TV audience that’s more interested in entertainment than politics… but maybe took the bait as well:

But most Americans will never know any of this. Inside Job dominates the headlines, and the thesis it puts forth is the accepted wisdom of an angry nation. Only the few of you reading this essay, plus a handful of researchers and analysts, are aware that there’s a different side to the story. I concede my likely defeat in this particular battle from the War of Ideas. But all I can do is call it like I see it, a tiny voice in a hurricane of disinformation blowing in the other direction.