helping commies get to know knives
Saturday, June 19, 2004
It's time for a new bad commie book review! The book is called "Maquisarde", by Louise Marley.
A completely unrealistic portrayal of the french.
If I were a french woman, the FIRST think I would notice about myself was that I had hairy legs and hairy underarms and that I was stinky. Not that I was some brave, cute and sexy "resistance" type trying to fight the "evil" world government. The french wouldn't know evil if they appeased it.
Which they do - every day. Get over yourselves, you smelly stupid hippies! The french are NOT sexy. The french are scum on top of a sewer hole.
Oh, and a representative of a government shooting a french person with a gun on an unidentified boat is supposed to somehow be bad? Huh? All french people need to be shot.
Do you know what else is in this book? A space station populated by crippled multi ethnic retards. I kid you not. The space station is populated by dirty smelly "lets all live in peace" women who like to save little children.
Little children should all be cooked and eaten, not saved.
Now, if I were writing this book, the hero would have been American, and he would have had a death ray flute that kills all french people and children. Take that author-hippie!
This author-hippie needs to hug more trees in order to improve her low IQ. Oh, that's right.
You CAN'T improve your IQ by hugging trees.
Ooooops, there goes the hippie master plan.
Try to concentrate on making fire, author hippie.
USE SOME TREES.
And that's what I think of that book. It burned quite nicely.
Check this out. Filthy communist spy and al-queda member ann coulter says:
Reagan had always known he could destroy the Soviet Union if he could only be given two terms in the White House. In 1964, Holmes Tuttle, mapped out Reagan's future with mind-boggling accuracy: Reagan would run for governor of California in 1966, serve two terms, run for President in 1976, and "by 1985, with God's grace, Communism would be vanquished at home and abroad"...
Reagan had one of those "simple solutions". He thought we should win and the Soviets should lose. Detente, Reagan said, is "what a farmer has with his turkey - until Thanksgiving day."
"At home"..... Dear readers, what do you call a country where rich people are taxed anywhere from 95% to 50% for the whole century? Is the word I'm looking for a "communist gulag"? The Texan Worker's Cooperative? Communist Utopia for Retired Fascists? Hmmmm. Gobble Gobble Gobble?
I like Turkey Dinner! I like Turkey Dinner! Cha Cha Cha! Stab Stab Stab!
Perhaps Commie Spy Ann Coulter should have read this?
Under President Reagan, America negotiated with communists and Jihadists. While the Soviet state was crumbling, Jihadism spread without serious repercussion. Mr. Reagan did nothing to stop them -- a light bombing on Libya in 1986 failed to stop Libya's sponsorship of terrorism -- and Islamic terrorism proliferated. Each time religious fundamentalists hit America, President Reagan turned the other cheek.
Thomas Sowell, one of my favorite white conservative authors has written an excellent article pointing out that the problem in America is not "Democra-Commie vs. Republi-Commie" or "Libera-commie vs Conserva-commie" but "Talkers vs Doers". He says:
Doctors and hospitals have helped but much of the improvement in our health has been due to pharmaceutical drugs that keep us from having to go to hospitals, and have enabled doctors to head off many serious medical problems with prescriptions.
Yet the people who produce pharmaceutical drugs have been under heated political attack for years -- attacks which often do not let the facts get in their way.
During the anthrax scare of 2001, for example, the maker of the leading antidote for anthrax was accused of making "obscene profits" even though (1) the total cost of treatment with their drug was just $50 and (2) the company actually operated at a loss while they were being denounced for obscene profits.
People who know nothing about advertising, nothing about pharmaceuticals, and nothing about economics have been loudly proclaiming that the drug companies spend too much on advertising -- and demanding that the government pass laws based on their ignorance.
Today, we take the automobile so much for granted that it is hard to realize what an expansion of the life of ordinary people it represented. There was a time when most people lived and died within a 50-mile radius of where they were born.
The automobile opened a whole new world to these people. It also enabled those living in overcrowded cities to spread out into suburbs and get some elbow room. Trucks got goods to people more cheaply and ambulances got people to hospitals to save their lives.
Yet who among the people who did this are today regarded as being as big a hero as Ralph Nader, who put himself on the map with complaints about cars in general and the Corvair in particular? Hard data on automobile safety and tests conducted on the Corvair both undermined Nader's claims. But he will always be a hero to the talkers. So will those who complain about commerce and industry that have raised our standard of living to levels that our grandparents would not have dreamed of.
Why can't the talkers leave the doers alone? Perhaps it is because that would leave the talkers on the sidelines, with their uselessness being painfully obvious to all, instead of being in the limelight and "making a difference" -- even if that difference is usually negative.
Hmm, Tommy the white cracker is almost as smart as Ed. I love Ed.
Ed is not alarmed at a government study finding 70 percent of high school students cheat on exams. Or, rather, he is, but not for the reason you might expect: "Lying and cheating made America great!" is the headline on the piece. "I say if only 70 percent of kids are cheating in school, then we need to do something to teacher the other 30 percent how to get on the bandwagon."
And finally, Jerry's not to happy about TSA Homeland "Security" Thugs stealing his possessions and for people being graciously handed life sentences for thought crimes. Check it out!
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