Saturday, September 02, 2006

Stupid Quotes Of The Week

It's a movie, get over it. This isn't the first time this has come up as subject matter. Anybody remember Air Force One? Where was the outrage?
It's a striking premise which may be highly controversial. But it's a serious film, which I hope will open up the debate on where current U.S. foreign and domestic policies are taking us," he said. "Depicting the assassination of a president is in poor taste," said former agent LaSorsa, "and never helpful" to the Secret Service. LaSorsa hopes no one goes to see the film, but that is unlikely, given that it will play not just in Canada, but on British television as well.
Tell it to David Palmer. I didn't hear any fuss when they killed him off in 24. Shot right thru the throat. How about when they blew the sitting President out of the sky in Season Four? (Speaking of which, they never said when he died. Just that he was seriously hurt and in the hospital. Maybe he's with Lynn, but I digress.) Considering that conservatives love the show it does make one wonder. Maybe it is okay to portray the killiing of liberal or black presidents, but not Dear Leader? Hmmm.

Mom is 76 and still smokes, so this might be true.
A lot of people think or imagine that your good habits and bad habits contribute to your longevity,” Coles said. “But we often find it is in the genes rather than lifestyle.
Not a reason for extremely bad behavior, just permission for a little leeway. If you take away everything that is illegal, immoral or fattening, do you live longer or does it just feel like it?

You don't say.
I don't find it particularly objectionable, but then I'm not George Bush's family," he said. "It seems to me to be a reasonable premise, even if it is uncomfortable.
I find it less objectionable than innocent civilians or illegally and immorally deployed troops dying for no discernible reason.

He's almost right, it didn't fall or descend, it was pushed.
A day after a Pentagon report described spreading sectarian violence and increasingly complex security problems in Iraq, President Bush painted a rosier picture. "Our commanders and diplomats on the ground believe that Iraq has not descended into a civil war," Bush said Saturday in his weekly radio address. "They report that only a small number of Iraqis are engaged in sectarian violence, while the overwhelming majority want peace and a normal life in a unified country."
Delusional babbling from a world "leader" who has supposedly been reading big important books, instead of the news.

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