Friday, March 11, 2005

WTF Friday Rant Volume 1 Issue 15

Jacko might do the big wacko says friends, who the hell cares?,2933,149992,00.html

American households wealthier then ever, Thank God I live in America.

Israel says no to jobs for Palestinians, smart anti-terrorism strategy

Those crazy Iranians do some nutty things.

Changing of the guard, All Your Blogs Belong To Us

This week's entry in the Pot called the Kettle black, Senator Clinton.

Note to illegals, if you sue in America and win, please pay your taxes before your deported and don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way out. Note to Lawyers who sue on behalf of illegals, you’re wrong, illegals do not have the same rights as citizens and oh by the way, may you suffer many painful IRS audits.

Terrorists using Mexico and Canada to enter US says FBI, No shit, here's you’re freaking sign Mr. Mueller.

All I can say is it's about Damn time.,,2-10-14

Another DMV lets us down, be on the look out for terrorists with Nevada driver's licenses.

Pakistan finally comes clean, Khan gave Iran Nuclear help. Let me make a suggestion, send a Seal team to get this guy and put him on trial here.

OBL gives up and retires to cave in western Pakistan, hands the reins over to Zarqawi. Too bad Zarqawi will caught very soon.

Ikea hates women, their instructions say so.

Glad to see that airports are not immune from hiring illegals and putting us all at risk.

Sudanese surprised to learn that the US tested nukes there, whoops, it's a typo.

As Bryan Adams (sorry) once sang "I would do anything for love" or as the Proclaimers once said, "I would walk 500 miles." Or I as I would say, "Dumbass!"

Feminism backfires, women seek a return to the 1950's domestic goddess

Man offers a million dollars to save Terri, that would be some well spent money.

Church leaders slam Bush budget. Maybe I am the only who thinks like this but maybe they should stick to preaching God's will. I don't recall Jesus talking about budgetary restraint, but hey I may have been sick at Sunday School that day.

And last but not least, the last song you may ever hear.

Have a great weekend everyone and look for a dual post Saturday, here and over at The Wide Awakes.

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