Archive for the ‘Burma’ Category

We’ll be waiting a long time…

October 31, 2007

Ron Silver, a democrat who just fornicating gets it, makes the following observation about Chris Matthews, of Hardball infamy:

I guess the final straw was when Chris, whom I like personally, ridiculed the President for bringing up the junta’s crackdown in Burma before the U.N. His panel of experts then went mockingly on its way to make jokes about Burma Shave commercials and basically who cares. The next day the Burmese regime started killing the monks and many others. No apologies yet from MSNBC.

I’m not expecting that apology anytime before the heat death of the Universe.

He won’t last long…

October 1, 2007

Here is a poster at the DU saying the slaughter in Burma is not the fault of the Bush Administration:

China is responsible for supplying all the weapons that keeps their puppets in power and oil flowing to the communist state.

…yet somehow certain people are trying to find angles that we, the US is at fault.

boycott China

I expect him to be purged for doubleplus ungood thoughtcrime rather quickly.

The lefts "Good War"

October 1, 2007

Ace nails the hypocrisy of the left on the slaughter in Burma:

It’s a Good War, to liberals and chin-strokers, because the US is doing absolutely nothing there to abate slaughter and tyranny. Which makes reporters and academics effectively our “front line” of defense — which is how they want it. Their “defense” amounts for nothing, of course, and saves no lives and destroys no tyrant’s bunkers, but they get to be the stars of this do-nothing immorality play, which is better than the non-college-educated morons in the US military who got stuck in Iraq getting to be the stars.

So we can all cluck, cluck about how horrible this all is and pretend that it matters a whit that we are collectively “horrified.”

Read the whole thing.