29 February 2008

The Inaugral Leap Day Post

wait a minute, I've been blogging for four years. What?

so anyway, to cap off a crappy week in the Stoopid Business, the link to TehFred! has gone dead. Insult, meet Injury. Injury, Insult. Dammit. I'll have to adjust the sidebar when I'm sober enough to be trusted with editing the template.

Ragin' Dave's thumb has healed up and he is back to posting. He's on a roll: from Iraq vs. Congress

The Democratic Party coming into power in 2006 had set 6 benchmarks for themselves and have not accomplished a single one
Scrolling down, do go read Whoa.... somebody from HOLLYWOOD said that?

If your time is limited, read this one: Passing it on. A taste:
A history lesson, seen at BabyTrollBlog, from Mostly Cajun. History is to be learned from, otherwise we keep making the same mistakes over and over. So let's learn a little something and see if we can't make the same mistakes twice......

....The U.S. has taken more than 3,000 killed in action in Iraq. The U.S. took more than 4,000 killed in action on the morning of June 6, 1944, the first day of the Normandy invasion to rid Europe of Nazi Imperialism.

In WWII the U.S. averaged 2,000 KIA a week - for four years. Most of the individual battles of WW II lost more Americans than the entire Iraq war has done so far.

Read the whole thing. If it doesn't make you think, at least you get a good history lesson.

It's late all of a sudden, I must go. We'll again have words, soon, I'm sure.


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