one man's conspiracy is another man's business plan
Monday, August 09, 2004 | Help Me Rob the Neighbors and I'll Give You Some of Their Stuff
This guy was a real jerk. Actually, he used to be a friend of mine, well, we used to do business, if you know what I mean. But he kept trying to keep a bigger cut.
You don't pull that kind of crap with me. So me and a couple of my cousins, we busted in there. And as soon as we can get rid of his bratty kids, we can get all the stuff. We've already taken out a mess of them, and we've got some more of them tied up down in the crawlspace. We've been having a lot of fun with them, but we need to get the stuff now.
So if you'll help me out, pop a few caps in the rest of the kids, let's find out just how many we can cram in that crawlspace, once we get ahold of the stuff, I'll let you have some of it. Bring some of your cousins. They might end up on a slab, but you'll end up with some stuff. If I sounded like you couldn't have any before, I was just going through some changes. Come on, you and me, we go way back.
Take away the euphemisms, the designer suits, the careful, studied, nuanced vagueness, and there you have the latest version of US foreign policy.
Introduced during the primary season by several Democratic contenders, it is slowly being adopted by the Republicans, and appears to enjoy wide bipartisan support among the American voting class.
Of course, as presented to the public, the policy is phrased much more attractively. "Incentives to our allies," repairing our alliances," "putting a multi-national face on" [the occupation of Iraq, massacres, child rape, torture, sexual predation, all lumped together under the more palatable labels of "defending our freedom" or "bringing stability to Iraq."]
All of it so popular that you can't help but wonder if the phrasers and framers are not wasting their talents. They could be making more money selling body wash and toilet bowl cleaner.
There is little indication that the US voters would not have been just as happy with "Operation Kick Their Ass and Steal Their Gas."
Actions like Sep 11 do not happen in a vaccuum.
Long before those hijackers ever stepped foot on the planes the damage
had been done. They were brainwashed with the same type of garbage
propaganda that is spewed from Fatwa's weblog.
Middle Eastern countries are so much more barbaric today and preAmercia than America can ever hope to be...America has only been around 230 years...who did you blame for everything before that Ductape? I am calling a Fatwa on your bullshit!
IMO - terrorist plain and simple. He is an Al queda operative who
should be put in a cage on gitmo Skinner
My favorite..."In Defense of Holocaust Deniers"
I always thought that "The Enemy Within" was just a metaphore for liberalism, that is, until I encountered Ductape Fatwa. He should be in an orange jumpsuit for sure.
peopleforchange.netductape is either a commie, al queda, or a deep cover mole
Tells you something about this asshole doesn't it. He's really serious.
I believe that DF is nothing but a Republican plant...
Ductape is a commie, a terrorist, and he drinks blood too. He drinks
Capitalist blood. He eats unborn babies too
Give me your address and I'll send you $20 and a thank-you note for taking your hatred elsewhere.
A terrorist with a sense of humor!
He ain't nuthin' but shit
inadequate, halfway house bullshit
You are a dumbass. Fuck you and your condescension about us "benighted sheeple." hamletta
Untruthful, damaging bullshit
no better than the neocons and no different than Timothy McVeigh
dailykos.coma turd in the punchbowl...if DF were Joe Hill he probably would have killed himself rather than get put to death.
A compost pile of fecundity
dailykos.comdespicable and literally mentally ill