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Politics served up with a smile... And a stilletto.



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By: The Colossus of Rhodey

Fri, 25 May 2007 19:04:30 +0000

Watcher's Council results... And now...  the winning entries in the Watcher's Council vote for this week are Israel Faces Its Choices In Gaza by Joshuapundit, and On Dehumanizing the Enemy In War and the Nature of Victory by TigerHawk.  All members, please be......



By: Keeping a close eye on Weasels « Bookworm Room

Fri, 25 May 2007 16:05:39 +0000

[...] Keeping a close eye on Weasels Time for the weekly Weasel Watcher winner roundup. This week’s winners, as always, make for great reading. On the Council side of things, the winners are Israel Faces Its Choices In Gaza by Joshuapundit, and Musings on a Late Spring Afternoon, by Right Wing Nut House. On the non-Council side the winners are On Dehumanizing the Enemy In War and the Nature of Victory, by TigerHawk, and The Inbetween War by Seraphic Secret.  Read ‘em.  They’re good, really good.  Indeed, I voted for three of them. [...]



By: The Glittering Eye » Blog Archive » Eye on the Watcher’s Council

Wed, 23 May 2007 14:01:22 +0000

[...] Right Wing Nut House, “Musings on a Late Spring Afternoon” [...]



By: ed

Mon, 21 May 2007 15:38:06 +0000

Our great experiment has survived many external threats before and will survive the terrorist threat as well. We have endured very bad Presidents (Carter, Hoover, the list goes on) and we will survive Bush and whatever boob the Democrats elect in 2008. Rick, blogging has forced you to look at a lot of sick trees and you are missing the beauty of the forest. Politics is a means, not an end. Relax, take a walk, have a picnic with your lady. Life is good.



By: Wayne S.

Mon, 21 May 2007 12:35:07 +0000

Remember the film The Untouchables? Connery's character says when all the apples in the barrel are rotten the only alternative is to go to the orchard... I agree the current bipartisan collection of thieves and reprobates running our country breaks my heart, and I say this as a man who until recently saw John McCain, for all his flaws, as a potential vindicator of our philosophy. Now I don't know what to do other than play craps with the future and hope for the best. Obama is pretty much a blank slate, he was a standard lib in his twenties but sounds like he might be capable of growth at 45... if we could get him to commit to mainstream judicial picks I don't think any of the Repubs running could be any worse for the country, and he might be able to heal a lot of the BDS damage that's made terrorists chic.



By: Jo

Mon, 21 May 2007 10:53:09 +0000

Rick, I stop by through my RSS feeds daily; even on the weekends. I too am sad and worried -- makes the praying a little more intense these days. Keep it up. We need a cool head around these parts.



By: kreiz

Mon, 21 May 2007 10:24:58 +0000

"It smells like 1979." What a great line. I was thinking about 1974 too. Brilliant post.



By: Drongo

Mon, 21 May 2007 09:30:36 +0000

"What does Occum’s Razor say if there is no paperwork to support $1 billion of gov’t spending in Iraq? Criminals squirreling the money in Swiss bank accounts or hard pressed gov’t workers with incomplete files that don’t substantiate money that was spent for valid purposes?" Occam's razor says nothing about it because the competing propositions; 1) Some people when offered the easy chance to be corrupt tend to be corrupt. (And lets face it, being able to take out a couple of blocks of $100s without signing for them is an invitation to corruption. 2) Some people were overwhelmed by the paperwork and failed to account for expenditure. Have as few entities as each other, and both are widely observable human behaviours. Thus the answer, by Occam (not really a suitable tool for the task) is "Probably a bit of both but who knows". "These people are Americans – our brothers, cousins, uncles, aunts, school mates and neighbors – most of whom volunteered to work in difficult conditions away from their families." Bad news for you, Americans are people just like everyone else and can be counted on to behave like people.



By: Rick Moran

Sun, 20 May 2007 14:40:38 +0000

Let me tell you what crap I'M tired of, Ricahrd. I'm sick to death of YOU. You have ten dwarves running for preident, three of whom belive evolutionis fantasy, nine who think torture is just dandy, and a twice divorced, mean spirited, adultrous bully who will say anything on abortion to get elected. Exaggeration, lie, lie, exaggeration. You are incapable of making a comment without one or the other. I am SICK TO DEATH OF YOU. You add nothing to the discourse on the blog. You pollute it with crap. And life is too short to have to deal with people like you. Once again. And for good. You are banned.