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Tue Aug 26, 2003

“Oni wa soto, Fuku wa uchi”

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Moral Citizen: Jacques Vanderdreschd on Aug 26, 03 | 9:20 pm | Profile

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Davidian Rants

OK. I posted this before, and I didn't get any comments, because I placed the movie in the 'More...' section where no one saw it. They give thanks to 'Little Green Footballs' in the credits. YOU MUST FLIP THROUGH THIS.

Pro-nuclear war. Hate. Fundementalism. Bad. Please Comment.

some text from the flash movie in question, attributed to the King David character:
We had just come out of the concentration camps: we weren't into feeling guilty. We were into feeling angry, and kicking the Arabs' asses.

Now look to the left of Zecharia: see that military base? It's home to several dozen nuclear devices, mounted on missiles. We have about 200 of these mamas: on submarines, on fighter jets, in suitcases - you name it.

If I was anointed King again, and the Moabites pissed me off at breakfast? This is what dinnertime would be like.

Ahhh, these clear, cold nights in the land of Efrath... ...the wind blowing gently from the sea, and not a single cloud in the sky... ...well, OK - maybe one cloud...

Moral Citizen: evil-barry on Aug 26, 03 | 7:45 pm | Profile

Category: Fascist Fantasy™
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Bush 'Compassion'

Bush 'Compassion' Agenda: A Liability in '04?

[...]Mr. Bush's "compassionate conservative" agenda has fallen so far short of its ambitious goals, in a number of cases undercut by pressure from his conservative backers, that they fear he will be politically vulnerable on the issue in 2004.

At the same time, some religious supporters of Mr. Bush say they feel betrayed by promises he made as a candidate and now, they maintain, has broken as president.

"After three years, he's failed the test," said one prominent early supporter, the Rev. Jim Wallis, leader of Call to Renewal, a network of churches that fights poverty.

Mr. Wallis said Mr. Bush had told him as president-elect that "I don't understand how poor people think," and appealed to him for help by calling himself "a white Republican guy who doesn't get it, but I'd like to." Now, Mr. Wallis said, "his policy has not come even close to matching his words."


Moral Citizen: evil-barry on Aug 26, 03 | 5:41 pm | Profile

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Moral Citizen: Slothrop on Aug 26, 03 | 11:41 am | Profile

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"Get Real"

Driven by a neo-conservative dream, the US is loath to relinquish control in Iraq. But the price for Washington's stubbornness may be failure, writes Brian Whitaker


Moral Citizen: Slothrop on Aug 26, 03 | 9:44 am | Profile

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