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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » The al-Qaeda Times, Blabbering Their Mouths Off

It’s getting to be hard to keep up with Bill Abu Musab al-Keller and his constant publication of actionable intel for the benefit of our enemies and the enemies of our allies, but we’ll just have to cope until somebody, SOMEWHERE in the Administration locates his balls and sics the Attorney General on the seditionist, treasonous scum. Via LC & IB Michelle Malkin:

The Bush administration is rushing a delivery of precision-guided bombs to Israel, which requested the expedited shipment last week after beginning its air campaign against Hezbollah targets in Lebanon, American officials said Friday.

And this is in the “public interest” how, exactly? Because we know that it’s in the interest of Hezbollah who, at the rate your readership is sinking, will soon be your only “public.”

Do they at least have the decency of sending you thirty pieces of silver every once in a while, Benedict Keller?

The decision to quickly ship the weapons to Israel was made with relatively little debate within the Bush administration, the officials said. Its disclosure threatens to anger Arab governments and others because of the appearance that the United States is actively aiding the Israeli bombing campaign in a way that could be compared to Iran’s efforts to arm and resupply Hezbollah.

Which is, of course, the real reason why the al-Qaeda Times are publishing it.

Hey, it’s all for the Greater Good, after all. Defeat for us and our allies means defeat for the Bush Administration, which is what it’s all about for you. No matter how many people your treasonous activities get killed. You’re quite willing to sacrifice their lives on the altar of Bush Derangement Syndrome and, as long as the Administration continues to be afraid of its own shadow, you’ll keep getting away with it.

When the cowardly wankers do manage to overcome their fear of angry editorials to the point where they actually start giving a good damn about the security of the nation that they’re sworn to protect (oh happy day!), it’ll be:


Rope. Tree. Journalist.
Some assembly required.

And with the way you’re behaving, it’s going to be impossible to get front row seats for after your trial.

But it’s going to be worth every penny, just for a clear view of your faces as the nooses tighten around your necks.

10 Responses to “The al-Qaeda Times, Blabbering Their Mouths Off”
  1. Unregistered Comment by Brass UNITED STATES

    I wonder what it would cost to actually send him 30 pieces of silver? I might buy a bit of that action if we could make sure he recieved it in a very public way.

  2. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Well you know if these libtards can’t rationalize their usefull idiocy then they aren’t trying hard enough…

    Raines reflects on journalism, loss and lawyers

    Former New York Times editor tells Aspen audience: It was just a job

    Howell Raines might have viewed his meteoric fall from journalistic grace as a dead end, but he instead saw a new opportunity.

    The former New York Times executive editor, who resigned after the Jayson Blair scandal, talked about his new memoir at the Aspen Institute on Thursday. “The One That Got Away: A Memoir” is a tale of fishing, but an allegory for life.

    Raines strayed from the book to lament the direction journalism is headed in - a path he feels is too strongly dictated by consumerism. He also discussed what it means to be a writer and journalist, and the emotion of loss.

    “I think loss is the most universal human experience,” Raines said of his exit from journalism and The New York Times in 2003.

  3. I hate liberals Comment by I hate liberals UNITED STATES

    Dont worry about the times, the way their stock is dropping they may not be around too long.

  4. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Oh but wait!

    The Times is just being patriotic…

    After all the libtards have a rationalization for that too…

    The New Treason:
    Exposing the Myth of “Liberal Patriotism”

    Down through the decades, we have heard from many Democratic luminaries that the Constitution is a “living document.” Even Al Gore, the truly “elected” President, espouses the notion that the Constitution can be endlessly altered and amended, if only to extend legal protections to every sort of wheedling, behavior-based victim-group. The social grammar, the invisible infrastructure of our national life can (and should be) manipulated by small groups of griping people.

    We changed the Constitution to accommodate brown people and female people and gay people, so why don’t we modify the Constitution to accommodate even more people as well? Let’s protect America itself, and all who live here, from the growing threat of Treason from within.

  5. Wild-Eyed Charlie Comment by Wild-Eyed Charlie UNITED STATES

    Bummer; no avatar

    I swear, if I ever found out I had cancer…

  6. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952 UNITED STATES

    Maybe we could chain those fuckers to a pole in the sun for a few hours. It’s a hundred and fourteen here, about fifty miles north of Fresno, Ca…and tomorrow it may get hotter…wonder how long they would last in this sun?

  7. Unregistered Comment by JonB UNITED STATES

    New bumper sticker suggestion:

    Stop the presses!!! …and keep it that way!

  8. maxxdog Comment by maxxdog UNITED STATES

    How about:
    Stop The Presses!!!…Hang The Editors!

  9. Unregistered Comment by Lisa Gilliam UNITED STATES

    I’ll tell you all one thing,when the people of this nation actually start growing a a pair,and we,not our elected officials,since they are inept too,begin to do as the statement of your shirt says,I will be a very happy lady!

  10. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    I hate liberals (#3) says: “Dont worry about the times, the way their stock is dropping they may not be around too long“…

    Sounds like you know something about it…

    PAUL THARP of the New York Post notes: “Analysts say newspapers are pressured by circulation declines, higher costs and loss of ad dollars to the Internet and other new media. The Times, publisher of the Boston Globe and International Herald Tribune, said profits fell to $35 million, or 24 cents a share, from $111 million, or 76 cents a share, a year earlier.”…