Friday, November 03, 2006

Oh, more good news

From the Times of London: Six Arab states join rush to go nuclear. Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, UAE and Saudi Arabia seek atom technology.

Yes, just what we need, more good news. And I didn't think I could feel any worse than I did a few minutes ago. I don't think we need a National Intelligence Estimate to estimate how deep in the doo-doo we really are now. Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld put us there and they insist, all doo-doo to the contrary, that it doesn't stink. In fact it smells like everything's coming up roses. Those guys sure know how to self-fertilize.

So now we have a nuclear arms race by countries that harbor the same Islamic fundamentalists who want to get ahold of nuclear arms. If you believe in the End of Times and the Rapture this is all good news. For everyone else Left Behind it means the hell on Earth we currently have to endure under this administration will continue before, during and after that mushroom cloud Condi longs for. If you are looking for any spiritual guidance on this issue don't bother Rev. Ted Haggard. He's busy collecting an award for the worst explanation since "I didn't inhale." Tell your wife that you got a naked massage by a guy in a hotel room and bought meth from him but you didn't engage in gay sex and threw the meth away and see what she says. Haggard's wife justs sits there like this happens to her everyday. I guess I'll have to look for comfort somewhere else.

At least before the Earth is turned into a charcoal briquette there may be a small window of opportunity where the Democrats take over Congress and try to drag the White House into a neat place called reality. As Andrew Sullivan righty argues, this isn't an election this is an intervention. But back to the Islamic nuclear arms race.

Feel safer now than you did five years ago? Feel Iraq has made you safer? Believe Rumsfeld is doing "a fantastic job?" Think a vote for Democrats mean the terrorists win? Surprised to know the 9-11 commission recommendations have not been enacted by the Republican president and Republican Congress? (Since Bush was against the 9-11 commission being against its recommendations is at least consistent in a cravenly political way.) Think we're ready for the next Katrina or the bird flu? Think we could invade another country right now if it needed invading? Think Afghanistan is going well? Think we're winning? If so then you should vote Republican and hang around for the intervention coming to a voting booth near you November 7.


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Blogger Capt. Fogg said...

Hey, as long as I can get a $30 tax break, who cares?

9:03 PM  

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