Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Which of the four men shown above is most worthy of the trust of the American people?

(answer below)
D - Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini became completely trustworthy on June 3, 1989. The rest of them are still alive and equal in ethical and moral stature.


Buddy Larsen said...

When it comes to enemies of the country, at least the three bearded ones are easier to identify.

Buddy Larsen said...

Congress says it wants to manage the war, but Pelosi won't meet with the commander?


Rick Ballard said...

Well, Buddy, if you were mourning the death of a good friend and close ally would you meet with the man responsible?

Habu said...

Congress in it's current Democratic configuration is attempting nothing less than a de facto coup d'etat.
They're wallpapering the administration with subpoenas, thus reducing the days of work the administration can use and attempting to manage both international relations and the war.
The President is not pushing back hard enough. He could, in a heartbeat, change the entire situation by doing what is inevitable. Taking out the Iranian nuclear sites.

Habu said...

When dealing with Democrats you can never lose sight of the tenents of the BIG LIE.

The primary rules are:
never allow the public to cool off;
never admit a fault or wrong;
never concede that there may be some good in your enemy;
never leave room for
never accept blame;
concentrate on one enemy at a time and blame him for everything that goes wrong;
people will believe a big lie sooner than a little one;
and if you repeat it frequently enough people will sooner or later believe it

In the Democrats world the enemy is the USA. We are as much THE GREAT SATAN as Islam is. They want one thing...ALL THE POWER

Buddy Larsen said...

I'd like to say that habu is too hard on the Dems. I'd LIKE to say that. But I can't say that.

richard mcenroe said...

When did reid grow a turban? I miss the combover!

Syl said...


terrye said...

Where is Pelosi and her hajib?