Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Tuesday, September 7, 2010


NEWSWEEK and Fareed Zacaria seem to feel we did. We overreacted. Yes and next news-weak we’ll here how we made victims of Islamic extremists. Here was American power mixed with young men and women with a mission to exact a death blow to anyone responsible for that black day that Iran’s president says never happened, just like the holocaust and throw that guy “Jesus” in there too, because he was just a nice guy, not God’s Son or anything like that…

And my president wants to sit down with this same murdering thug and…talk.

People who write “stories” like this need to know that for nine years the sons and daughters of Americans fought, bled and died to keep this enemy inside their own five yard line.
Fareed Zacaria, a Muslim and the author of the cover story, really does not see that his words only serve to enrage and embolden those who wish to exact punishment, retribution and revenge on his peers.
And then I get people like Liberty in here saying it was all politics.

It’s not.
It’s about remembering; Not just those who died, but those who killed them.
It’s about justice. Lest we forget, in the 2 years prior to 9/11, we were defending Muslims and saving Muslims in Bosnia.
It’s about Honor. Writing this story dishonors our fallen troops and those who stand in the gap defending this country.
Fareed Zacaria, writing this story shows why the only place we could ever read such tripe is waiting to see the dentist. Nobody buys this rage anymore and I suspect you have hastened it’s demise.

And just so you can recall, Christian toloance for these radical vermin ran high over three years ago, now when someone here wants to burn THEIR book, they get all upset. Spare me...

Quote The Raven

Is there anyone here as bad at forecasting as I am? I hate to even mention how good my predictions have been the last three years: Don’t want to jinks myself. Most times I predict and then the opposit happens. But lately, I'm not bad. 

When you talk about professional football around these parts (south eastern Wisconsin) the line between Bear and Packer territory blurs because of simple proximity to each other, there are teams and there are legends. To our south the bitter rivalry simmers but lets be honest here: Since the day Bret Favre Started for the Packers, Green Bay has had TWO starting quarterbacks. The Bears lead the league with 23. Jay Cutler is running for his life and may be the only one really grasping the offence right now. Lovie will be gone by Halloween.

“The Problem” is north and west of Lambeau. Number four no longer worries me, he annoys me. You see, from my perspective, here in Wisconsin, especially Green Bay, we hold loyalty higher than most anything you can name minus The Trinity. “The Problem” is, he forgot his loyalties on the way to drama camp. The name Favre will forever be synonymous with “Indian Giver” and “Back Stabber.” You don’t come back to the north division after being out in New York one year because of the weather.

Fortunately, every “Problem” has a solution.

Meet “The Solution.”

12 – 4

First round bye.

Beat New Orleans in NFC title game.

Packers lose to the Ravens in the Super Bowl.