“I pledge by my life and my love of it, that I will never live for the sake of another man, nor ask another man to live for mine.”


Posted by Fritoy on January 1, 2009

“I said Israel will attack any boat carrying doctors and medical supplies,” Barr wrote on her blog, adding that, “Israel is a NAZI state. The Jewish Soul is being tortured in Israel.

Wow, apparently Roseann found away to talk with both feet and a ham sandwich shoved in her pie hole.


One Response to “Unhinged”

  1. In the War on Terror, it’s easy to explain the difference between the good guys and the bad guys.

    The Bad guys target civilians, matching their strength against the enemie’s weakness. They strike indiscriminately, seeking only maximum destruction, shock value, and loss of human life. Their goal is to strike terror, and they do not categorize between friends, foes, and innocent bystanders. To terrorists there are no soldiers or civilians—just terrorists and victims. When they succeed, they parade in the streets and celebrate the deaths they have caused. When confronted they hide behind women, children, and the elderly; hoping in their cowardice that the morality of their enemies will keep them from justice. They gladly lay down their lives to kill others.
    The good guys seek peace, but are willing to achieve it through strength as a last resort of diplomacy. They strike with care; relying on intelligence, precision guided weaponry, tactical advantage and superior training to use only the amount of force necessary to achieve the objective of stopping the enemy. In addition to civilians, they recognize various types of non-combatants such as chaplains and medical personnel and do their professional best to minimize casualties on both sides of the battle. When they succeed, they mourn their dead, the dead of their enemies, and endeavor to atone for civilian casualties and property damaged in the fight without regard for which side was responsible. When confronted, they do not flee or hide, but fight by a code of conduct that does not include surrender so long as one ally remains in harm’s way. They gladly lay down their lives to protect others.
    Can I make this any clearer?

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