Right Of The Star

Wednesday, September 29, 2004

Daily Trek Wednesday 092904

Slow start today - more of The Trek after a bit of recovery:

From Terrorism Unveiled - she attended a forum on American Policy in Iraq - seems everything is Israel's fault.
In the 20 minute speech Israel was mentioned 31 times - 1.55 times per minute (my correction from "seconds")! This is the Arab Obsession!
When you blame everyone else for your faults you are reaching the point where you are a lost civilization!

But where is the outrage against the murder of innocents in buildings, schools, cars - or for beheading?

Brit Hume mentioned that the rate of attack standards in Iraq changed earlier this year! The level of force necessary to qualify is much lower now then it was prior to the change - did you know that? I didn't and I follow the news like a mad man - I am mad damnit! "He's mad I tell you, Mad!"

Finally, the US is requiring all foreign visitors to provide a fingerprint and photo! Of course there are those libs who just don't get it! Even Jason figured months ago that not doing this for everyone was just plain stupid! Attention libs, entering the US is not your right!

Congressional investigators are looking into a semi truck load of documents related to the UN Scam! Finally as Friends of Saddam points out!

Another great open minded UN employee speaks out - gee, they can't even appear to be friendly anymore! Why again are we part of this band of butchers?
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 24 (AFP) - An official from the corruption probe into the UN's "oil-for-food" programme in Iraq resigned on Friday following reports she had compared US President George W. Bush to Osama bin Laden.


The resignation came after the Heritage Foundation, a Washington think tank, issued a press release noting an article that Di Lellio had written in London's Guardian newspaper two years ago.

In the piece, written on the first anniversary of the September 11 attacks in the United States, Di Lellio railed against "Bush and his puppeteers" as well as a US ally in the Iraq war, Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.

"With defenders like (Bush) and Berlusconi, largely unchecked by a sycophantic media, who needs bin Laden to destroy culture, personal freedom, respect for other human beings, integrity, and the rule of law -- all the things that make our lives worthwhile?" she wrote.

Wizbang has this great update: Daily Democrat Desperation & Delusion Dispatch


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