Friday Link Dump & Open Thread.

And as last week a big thanks to all the guest posters and regulars who have helped out this week. I linked you all here last week. Well except Jane. If I’ve missed anyone please email me. Let’s all pat ourselves on the back. It’s hard to find people who will work for Republic credits. Did anyone else have problems with those at the bank? They ran me off. Something about they only take Imperial credits now.

If you have a post you want attention for link this post and send a trackback. The Jawa Report will issue a Fatwa on you and boom link city.

Woman Fired as Husband is Deployed.

How nice of you to relieve her of that silly job she had now she can worry about her hubby seven days a week 24 hours a day.

Nose On your face Halloween fun and why Harriet Myers won’t be trick or treating at the Whitehouse.

Eight lives left.

Hellvis, Rock & Roll!!

Sulu is bad gay. All those looks of fear were generated by forcing him to look at Nurse Chapel.

A must read from the La Times.

LA Times:Be warned, senator: If Democrats become the "let's treat Iraq as we treated Vietnam" party, the public will turn away in revulsion, and the Democratic Party will die. It's not in such great shape anyhow.

Halloween hanging.

Reader Love mail: A Turkey from Turkey It’s been a week or so lets surprise him if his email is valid.

f*ck u mother f*cke5rs sitting on ur fat pusssies thinking ur alll goood u know wat i f*ck u and ur muummma ikilll u jewish f*ccckers


On a personal note Shane here at work blogs on journal space but was a bit shy about the URL. Says he pissed off Da Oyster with some stuff he posted. Oyster?

Posted by: Howie at 04:49 PM

Comments

1 Thanks a lot for the links Howie. I appreciate it!

Posted by: Buckley F. Williams at October 28, 2005 08:08 PM

2 Yo, Howie

thats all i got to say

Posted by: Jane at October 28, 2005 08:19 PM

3 Is jihadwatch.org down?

Posted by: lonelysoul at October 28, 2005 08:56 PM

4 As to the LA Times article about Iraq being the same as Vietnam: It was refreshing to see a MSM report that correctly tells the public how we “lost” in Vietnam. Everyone seems to have forgotten that we had withdrawn and left the war in the Vietnamese’s hands, then cut them off. We did something somewhat similar in Iraq after the 1991 war. I’m amazed that we have the cooperation from the Iraqis that we now have. Had I been stabbed in the back as they had, I wouldn’t give the US any respect. President Bush has overcome that with his steadfastness in spite of the MSM and Left/Democratic attacks. However, I’m not so sure that a majority the American people would protest an abandonment of the Iraqis. I see the same thing happening as occurred during Vietnam. With the negative reporting from the media, the American people are being made to believe that the sacrifice is not worth the effort. Additionally, the Democrats are now trying to criminalize any action they can of any Bush Administration personnel to defeat the Republicans in the next election; then they can vote to cut the war funding as Senator Leahy and others want.

These people have absolutely no survival instincts as it relates to America and its citizens. But I do. While historians believe only 1/3 of the colonists supported the War of Independence, the Declaration of Independence was still issued and states: “That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence . . . .” The Declaration is part of the United States Code. Therefore, some might believe that we the people have the right and obligation to protect ourselves from a government that will not. The 2nd Amendment was justified on that basis. As Jefferson said, “In a nation governed by the people themselves, the possession of arms to defend their nation against usurpers within and without was deemed absolutely necessary.” Something for us and our leaders to think about.

Posted by: AMR at October 28, 2005 10:40 PM

5 Concerning the "Woman Sees Husband Off to Iraq, Gets Fired" story...here's Clark Galloway home number.....616) 891-1616 . I'm sure he'd like to hear from all the supporters out there

Posted by: MOWHAMHEAD at October 29, 2005 04:46 PM

6 AMR: I'm with ya on all counts.

Posted by: Oyster at October 30, 2005 06:26 AM






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