Friday, February 18, 2005

WTF Friday Rant Volume 1 Issue 12

First and foremost, thanks to everyone who has donated to the March of Dimes in my Walk America effort. If you would like to help click on the Walk America picture in the post above or on the left sidebar. Without further ado, here's this week’s edition of the WTF Friday Rant. Enjoy the links and have a great weekend everyone.

I am all for every vote counting but criminals? There has to a penalty to breaking the law.

No more "Big Apple", it has rotted to the core. Thanks Chuck, Hillary, Charlie and of course Al.

I have heard of cutting off one's nose to spite your face but this crazy.

Krauthammer on why 2018 is the important date in Social Security reform.

Modern day Robin Hood, kind of, ok not really.

FBI joins the party and piles on the Boy Scouts along side the ACLU.

While re-affirming the 1st Amendment, Judge compares Christians to Nazis or Ku Klux Klan.

Michael Moore cries poor to the tune of 50 million dollars, enjoy the blood money Mikey.

Dean kicks off his Idiots Only Tour with a bang. DNC to sponsor a new book of racist jokes that is sure to bring flocks of new African-American voters to the Democratic Party.

Soros supports lawyer convicted of providing aid to terrorists. When asked about his donation, Soros replied "Support of terrorism is how revolutions start, just look at the history of the U.S." Quote is fictitious but I am sure he would say something similar if given the chance.

Iran follows in Saddam's footsteps calls for "Great Islamic Alliance" to oppose The Great Satan. Well we all know how that worked out for Saddam. Good luck with that Iran.

Canadians push for single nation/currency North America, wait just a damn minute, I thought Canada hated us? I think Mexico and Canada would be better off just applying for statehood.

"Crazy Frog" hits the big time and signs a contract with Simon Cowell.

China's red-headed stepchild Taiwan heading the right way for a smacked bottom.

And last but not least.

The Vatican has found St. Paul's tomb. His picture to be removed from Italian milk cartons.

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