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Thursday, June 22, 2006

Those WMD Don't Count!

What's the number one complaint we hear from the whining left about Iraq? "Bush lied about WMD. Saddam had no WMD. Our illegal invasion of a peace-loving Iraq was based on a lie."

How quickly the argument is changing now that this hits the news:

By Deborah Orin and Ian Bishop, The New York Post

June 22, 2006 -- WASHINGTON - U.S. forces have found about 500 chemical weapons with poison gas in Iraq since the fall of Saddam Hussein and there could be more, says a just-declassified U.S. intelligence report. (

A Democratic 'strategist" was on TV last night arguing that these WMD weren't the WMD that Bush lied about. Those were different Weapons of Mass Destruction.

Hopeless. They're just hopeless.

Well, I guess that's important

The American World Cup soccer team so far has proven to be pretty bad (losing in the first round to The Czech Republic and playing to a draw with ... some other country) but at least our players are ... smart:
Our World Cup Edge
By David Brooks, The New York Times

So far no American player has managed to put a ball into the back of the net, but the U.S. team does lead the world in one vital category: college degrees. (
Now I believe in a well-educated workforce. But I have to confess, if I were putting a soccer team together for the USA, that would be second on my list of prerequisites. Finding people who can get the ball in the goal would be number one.

Unless I were in charge of the womens' team. Then I'd want really hot chicks with large ...

What Would Jesus Say?

I made mention the other day of the fact that Jesus (reportedly) can be found these days celebrating with the Baptists each Sunday because the Presbyterians and Episcopalians are too busy deciding what to do with their homosexuals. Well, it appears the the Presbyterians have other issues with which to deal - like saving souls. Or not:
Presbyterians Revise Israel Investing Policy
By Laurie Goodstein, The New York Times

The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) voted yesterday to back off from a decision it made two years ago to pursue divestment from companies that profit from Israel's involvement in the Palestinian territories. (
Did you attend church last Sunday to catch up on its Israel investing policy?

For the love of God.