Thursday, April 26, 2012

A Petition

to ban the Koran in Spain
While I have mixed feelings about banning anything (it always opens pandora's box), the list of reasons is truly spot on. 

1.The Quran is not a sacred and religious book, but a violent book, full of hatred and discrimination.
2.The Quran is a horrible book which provokes a community it calls Muslims to undertake Jihad, kill innocent people and destroy the peace of the world.
3.The Quran is responsible for all the terrorism we have seen in recent years in which thousands of people lost their lives.
4.The Quran is a book which contains evil teachings and forces its believers to capture the entire world and total power at any price.
5.The Quran is a book which legally permits and incites hatred and violence, and for that reason it is not compatible with the modern world, including Spain.
6.The Quran is a book which directly discriminates between human beings.
7.The Quran is a book which does not allow either freedom of expression or religious freedom.
8.The Quran is a book which causes women to suffer and be tortured through the totality of its injustice and macho laws.
9.The Quran is a book which, rather than teaching unity, teaches disunity, and in this way does not allow its believers to form friendships with those who are not Muslims, because in the eyes of Quran they are infidels.
10.The Quran is a major threat to the free society of Spain. A book which clearly preaches the messages of jihad, killing, hate, discrimination and revenge. For that reason it cannot be compatible with the Spanish system in any sense. It is a book totally contrary to what the law and constitution of Spain say, and it incites hatred and violence in our country.
ht/ gates of vienna

Wednesday, April 25, 2012


Another wonder from down under

'I would have put my money on the snake for sure, especially seeing how big it was.'

spider eats snake

Tuesday, April 24, 2012


To friends and allies in Australia, New Zealand, The Cook Islands, Niue, Pitcairn, and Tonga. Even those in Papua New Guinea or Samoa who still remember. Thank you for your sacrifices. ANZAC Day, April 25th, 2012.

I hate the blogger changes

I HATE the blogger changes. I HATE the blogger changes. I truly HATE the blogger changes. Now I feel better.

a little jingoistic patriotism

st george's day ht/gates of vienna

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Fetch us some mint juleps, Zwick, before we hurricane you

Tim Blair not only provides me with my second smiling chuckle of the day (his quote is the title of this post - "Frankly, if you’re dealing with people who have the power to break the climate, you should probably do whatever they want. Fetch us some mint juleps, Zwick, before we hurricane you."), he also links to a great read. Not the article - that is typical crap - the comments are most amusing. from Tim Blairs site

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Too funny not to post!

ok, Colombia is spelled wrong but .....

Monday, April 16, 2012

is Britain suffering from a severe case of guilt?

i say liar
But Lord Ahmed denied offering a bounty, saying he was talking about "war crimes" in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Seriously, how did he get a life peerage? Talk about lack of vetting process. Can one be stripped of their peerage? Who in their right mind would recommend peerage if the bastard wasn't even born in the country! or is the House of Lords that castrated and who gives a rat's ass?

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Friday, April 13, 2012

the ideal mom

Every year, Michelle Obama considers quitting her job and staying home full-time to take care of her children. "It was a gift having my mother home every day. I want my kids to feel that way," she says. But having experienced the pleasures of work outside the home, she is reluctant to give up her independence. "Work is rewarding," she says. "I love losing myself in a set of problems that have nothing to do with my husband and children. Once you've tasted that, it's hard to walk away."
Then, too, there is that little-discussed fact that staying home with children can be—how else to put it?—less than intellectually stimulating. "The days I stay home with my kids without going out, I start to get ill," she says. "My head starts to ache." When she mentioned it to her mother, Marian Robinson told her daughter she didn't think Michelle could handle the boredom of staying home with kids. Obama was surprised to hear that taking care of her had been boring, but now she embraces the idea of discussing it openly. "I like to talk about it," she says, "because I think every couple struggles with these issues. People don't tell you how much kids change things. I think a lot of people give up on themselves. They get broken, but if we can talk about it, we can help each other."

the natural

Thursday, April 12, 2012

because you can't feed a family of four on $162,100

and that was working 3 jobs?
honestly, the hypocrisy is amazing. Did he not say that sometimes one can make too much money?

Friday, April 6, 2012