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Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Free at last, free at last, thank god almighty, free at last

Britney has dumped Kletus. I think I'm going to send her a card or some roses or something.

Spears Files for Divorce From Federline - washingtonpost.com: "LOS ANGELES -- Britney Spears filed for divorced Tuesday from Kevin Federline, officials said. The Los Angeles County Superior Court filing cites 'irreconcible differences,' said court spokeswoman Kathy Roberts."

1 comment:

mario5k said...

Certainly, last Saturday George Bush wasn't really thinking about waging war on countries that sponsor terrorism or harbor terrorists. He was thinking first and foremost about the importance of pleasing the Jewish media with his speech. He may have been keeping his fingers crossed and hoping that no Arab delegate would jump up during his speech and shout at him, "What about Israel? You say that we should wage war on states that sponsor terrorism. Israel engages in state-sponsored terrorism more than Afghanistan and all the other countries in the Middle East combined. When will you send your B-52s to carpet-bomb Tel Aviv and Jerusalem?" And at the end he must have marveled to himself how smoothly the act went and how easy it is to deceive the public.

Crookedness of this sort has been going on for a long time. There are only two things that make this latest crookedness noteworthy. First, it is being used to justify yet another war that is not in the interests of the American people. It is being used to justify dropping cluster bombs on villagers whom we have no good reason to kill. And second, it is a lot more obviously crooked than usual. Osama bin Laden caught the Bush government and the media by surprise, and they didn't have time to refine and polish their lies. All they could do was pretend that they had no idea why he would attack the United States and then claim that it must be because he hates our freedom. They didn't have time to put up their usual smokescreen of obfuscation. They simply launched their denunciations of terrorism and of terrorists and of governments that tolerate terrorism and hoped that no one would say anything about Israel or Ariel Sharon or Israel's policies of assassination and torture.