Thursday, August 31, 2006

The Most surprising headlines ever
One Angry Christian

UNITED NATIONS (AP) The U.N. Security Council has passed a resolution to give the United Nations authority over peacekeepers in Darfur, once Sudan's government agrees.

KHARTOUM, Sudan (AP) Sudan's official news agency says the government has rejected a U.N. resolution giving the world body authority over peacekeepers in Darfur.

but only if you're a liberal.

-One Angry Christian
Peace activists assault Uniformed Military personnel
One Angry Christian

Sounds like something from the sixties right? I guess the violent hippies figured out how to time travel

National Guardsman Brutally Attacked In Pierce County

POSTED: 4:33 pm PDT August 30, 2006

UPDATED: 6:15 pm PDT August 30, 2006

The Pierce County Sheriff's Department is searching for five people who allegedly attacked a uniformed National Guardsmen walking along 138th Street in Parkland Tuesday afternoon.The soldier was walking to a convenience store when a sport utility vehicle pulled up alongside him and the driver asked if he was in the military and if he had been in any action.The driver then got out of the vehicle, displayed a gun and shouted insults at the victim. Four other suspects exited the vehicle and knocked the soldier down, punching and kicking him.“And during the assault the suspects called him a baby killer. At that point they got into the car and drove off and left him on the side of the road,” Detective Ed Troyer with the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department told KIRO 7 Eyewitness News.

Michelle Malkin points out that this isn't the first time in recent memory this has happened. Is there any doubt that the far left is violently opposed to national security, the war on terrorism, and our military in general? (Far Left clarified for some of my moderate left readers. You're welcome.)

I'm not going to go on my usual tyiade about how fascist the left is. I don't have to. The mounting evidence simply proves it. Nuff said.

-One Angry Christian

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Rita's photo op
One Angry Christian

Because the media knows what's really important to you. Repeat the mantra with me:
There is no liberal media bias. There is no liberal media bias. There is no liberal media bias. Riiiiiiiiiiight...

-One Angry Christian

Sunday, August 27, 2006

Online poll you should check out
One Angry Christian


Sorry I've been out so long. I've been busy with family and planning my thirtieth birthday party. Should be a rather fantastic blow out.

The one thing that I found disturbing was the massive support for Ruddy. I like the guy. I don't like his policies. He's semi conservative. Right now we're in desperate need of a REAL conservative in my opinion. Someone who makes Bush look like the moderate he is.

-One Angry Christian

Saturday, August 12, 2006

"raw" story? I think not...

The investigators write, "Fog of war could explain why some people were confused on the day of 9/11, but it could not explain why all of the after-action reports accident investigations, and public testimony by FAA and NORAD officials advance an account of 9/11 that was untrue."

and for bonus points:

If you watch the video, you can almost see the gears turning as he struggles to find a way to say “we will be greeted as liberators!” without parroting Cheney’s exact, delusional words.

Kristol is not alone in his embrace of the Martingale School of Foreign Policy. The White House has been largely content to let Israel be its Martingale proxy, but others have been calling for a doubling of the bet: Newt Gingrich, the ever more absurd New Republic, former CIA Director James Woolsey, and on and on.


they actually refer to Israel as our "proxy" rather than our Ally, and are settings up a predetermined "reasoning" to oppose an effort to disarm Iran.

wow. just wow.

Saturday, August 05, 2006

La Times poll numbers and the Jewish Vote
One Angry Christian

This makes no sense to me what so ever. Everyone keeps talking about how Jewish voters are predominantly democratic. Considering the latest poll numbers, could some please explain why? It makes no sense to support a party that does not support your home countries right to defend itself.

-One Angry Christian

Hezbollah's version of abiding by international law
One angry Christian

Israeli 'spies' executed
27/07/2006 20:27 - (SA)

Larnaca/Beirut - Several suspected spies were shot dead in the southern Lebanese port of Tyre, witness said on Thursday.

Passengers on board an evacuation ship told medical doctor Boris Buck from the German city of Munich that they had seen members of the Lebanese Shi'ite Hezbollah group or their sympathisers killing 18 Lebanese people during the night.

The victims were suspected of helping the Israeli air force pick out targets.

(emphasis mine)

So where are the UN and the "anti war" movement on this? Where is Alex Jones and his support for "middle eastern freedom fighters"? If these people really were trying to help Israel oust Hezbollah they are certainly freedom fighters trying to throw off an oppressive and violent regime. I wonder where this is going to go?

-One Angry Christian
In lieu of the weekly funnies
One Angry Christian

Ok, so ummm... I saw this and I couldn't resist. Here are three more reasons to support Israel.

and my personal favorite:

Yeah, I know. Get a bucket. Nothing's quite as sexy as a woman in uniform with a weapon.

-One Angry Christian

Friday, August 04, 2006

Quote of the day
One Angry Christian

Leave it to the democrats to make racial slurs against whites, while condemning them against everyone else.


Hotair has video here.

-One Angry Christian

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Now it's on both coasts
One Angry Christian

Remember when I made that post "It's starting in the US now"? Yeah, well according to LGF and The Baltimore Sun there has been a firebomb attack on the Baltimore Hebrew University on the east coast now.

Of course "theres nothing that would indicate that this is a hate crime" according to the article.

I'm buying it. Aren't you?

I'm taking the same bets as before. Any takers? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?

-One Angry Christian
Dodging Katyushas
One Angry Christian

I know I've been posting a lot of videos lately, but the stuff I've been finding is ... well it's amazing.

H/T: Swoose

You have to see this for yourself.

-One Angry Christian

Stuff to feed your conspiracy theorist friends (Part two)


more stuff to feed your conspiracy theorist friends.
A little something to feed your conspiracy theorist friends

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

MIA: The Conspiracy Crowd
One Angry Christian

SO, I'm just curious. Has anyone seen the loose change crowd? Ya know, the "really observant" and "skeptically intellectual free thinkers" who are always able to spot a "discrepancy" in media reporting or government assessments?

I could be wrong but I think they're all over on Alex Jones website sitting this one out playing "pin the blame on authority" while listening to Alex Cooper albums in reverse trying to figure out if he's a government plant in the rock community. They are apparently MIA on this "discrepancy" reported by Michelle Malkin who gives us this rather extensive list of links:

Remember Pallywood.

And the Big Jenin Lie.

And the Iraqi museum looting hype.

And CNN's deal with Saddam. And Nic Robertson, Hezbollah tool.

And the NYTimes' news-stagers and sycophants.

And photo-staging suspicions in Ramadi.

And rampant insurgent photo propaganda everywhere.

If that's not enough for you here's some more from Michelle Malkin's website:

EU Referendum
looks closer. Dan Riehl looks closer. Allah Pundit looks closer. Ms. Understimated looks closer.

That's not even the part that really got me going. I mean yeah, that's a lot of evidence supporting this conspiracy theory of Jihadis using dead bodies as props to further their agenda, and allowing people to die so they can be filmed as propaganda, but this observation was what really got me thinking (Again from Michelle Malkin's website):

Gerard Van der Leun is must-must-read on the weaponization of children. We need more antidotes to moral equivalence like this:

If you aren't sure exactly who has the moral high ground in the current struggle in Lebanon, you might reflect that while it is possible to see a grown man on the Lebanese side of the struggle dangle a shredded child by an ankle for the world's cameras, you don't ever see that sort of thing at an Israeli funeral, do you?

And while you might be feeling very, very bad for the dead and dangled child, you might also ask yourself where the pictures of all the dead Hezbollah and Hamas warriors are? Don't see many of those, do you?

Or perhaps you do, if you ask yourself what sort of man could hold up a dead child by the ankle to be photographed. Or what sort of man could seek out and take the picture and make sure it got out to the ever accommodating Associated Press?

Because you do see the "brave" terrorist warriors in these pictures after all. They're the ones digging up the kids, and holding them up for the feast of the cameras. Indeed, the terrible truth that we in the West cannot confront is that, in some instances, they're the ones that are killing the kids in the first place. As we know if we are honest with ourselves at this stage, there is nothing too base and too vile for the proud "warriors" of Islam to do in the service of their anachronistic god; their banner is the Bloody Shirt, and they will never have enough blood to quench it. And any blood, as long as it is not theirs, will do.

Read entire article on Michelle Malkin's site

It really reminds me something out of a really bad B movie about government conspiracies and how they play things up to get people who oppose them thrown in jail. Just one question on this, where the hell is Alex Jones and his band of merry idiots? Probably out giving pointers to the Hamas and Hezbollah on how to best direct your propaganda to hit your favorite target audiences using Hollywood style production work, and a brainless CNN "reporter".

-One Angry Christian