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Friday, June 23, 2006

Look away, Hadjiland

What Frank Sinatra Jr. is to Old Blue Eyes, we can proudly say Michael Reagan is to The Gipper. While Our Nation's greatest president is presently reading from that great big teleprompter in the sky, his son continues his Moral legacy with this Inspirational piece for Human Events Online:
That story makes my blood boil -- and it should make yours reach boiling point too. More than anything else in the recent events in Iraq, this horrific outrage demonstrates with awful clarity the kind of depraved monsters we are facing in the war on terrorism.

It also shows why they must be eliminated from the face of the earth. They are a species with which civilized mankind cannot co-exist. During the Civil War when Gen. T.J. (Stonewall) Jackson was asked how to deal with the enemy, he had a simple answer: "Kill 'em; kill 'em all."

The hideous torture and killing of Kristian Menchaca and Thomas Tucker should tell us that it’s time to adopt Jackson's strategy as our own. Their deaths are proof that we face an enemy that will never cut and run, but will lurk in the shadows and strike out against us at every opportunity until they have been wiped off the face of the earth. Nothing else can guarantee the safety of the American people.
Who better to align America's troops with spiritually and tactically than with the Confederacy, and who better to compare the Iraq insurgency to than the Union? Why, it makes perfect sense! As a loyal reader of La Shawn Barber, I can say with the utmost certainty that if the South had won the Civil War, America's negroid population would be enjoying boundless freedoms, and the racism they purportedly suffer from (at the hands of white liberals, no less) would be a thing of the past. With any luck, History will correct itself, and the forces of Good will prevail this time so that the Iraqi people can enjoy the Blessings of Liberty this nation was robbed of. They appear to be off to an amazing start. Praise Him!

5 Comments:

  • At June 23, 2006 9:55 PM, Blogger dusty said…

    Of course..the confederates..they won..right? And they were fighting for what was right..slavery..praise jesus sista!

     
  • At June 24, 2006 7:38 AM, Blogger Sister Nancy Beth Eczema said…

    And this policy of indiscriminate killing is sure to win the hearts & minds of the Iraqis as well. What a visionary Mr. Reagan is!

     
  • At June 24, 2006 6:44 PM, Blogger Lulu Maude said…

    Um, Sister... that was the War Between the States...

    Some of our finest Americans are still fighting it. Now the uniforms are red and blue.

     
  • At June 26, 2006 7:06 PM, Blogger liquiddaddy said…

    Sister Nancy,

    I agree that Frank and Ronny Jr. are a couple of crumbums. They never suffered like their old men, the punks.

    Back in the time before I was saved, I played with "the man" back in Vegas where I had a union gig with the Nelson Riddle Orchestra at the Sands. We got flown in to do the Gipper's birthday party in 1981, because we already knew the arrangements. It was enchanting. Class all the way. Everyone was there: Merv Griffen, Carrol Channing, Robert Goulet, you name 'em. The White House served boiled Viginia ham and waldorf salad. Jelly beans were everywhere.

    Frank loved Nancy like you wouldn't believe. He said she was the only women who could get his entire unit and his sack in her mouth and still lick his ______ (if you know what I mean). I hate to be corse, but these memories are golden. He did it for Nancy, because he hated Ronnie. When he was president of the Screen Actors Guild Dutch had invited him to lunch in Palm Springs, ate like a pig, and took a powder on the check.

    I remember seeing Sammy Davis, Jr. weeping in the kitchen when I took a butt. Frank and the gang were giving him the business at the party, ribbing him about freshening up their drinks. It reminded me of how Dick Nixon would always send a squad car to Lionel Hampton's hotel before he played and marched him out in hand cuffs just as a gag. It cracked everybody up.

    In my house, it's the Lord,

    LD

     
  • At June 27, 2006 9:50 PM, Blogger Sister Nancy Beth Eczema said…

    LM: I agree entirely, and thank the Heavens above it was an heir of Ronnie to introduce the idea of victory in Iraq as Red State struggle into our political discourse.

    LD: Fascinating tale. And I was unaware of the prodigiality of Mrs. Reagan's gifts. Too bad sucking cock is a sin.

     

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