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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » Iowahawk Strikes Again

LC & IB Iowahawk has, once again, done the impossible and located the original draft to Bill Abu Musab al-Keller of the al-Qaeda Times’ lame explanation as to why he decided that the lives of my children are less important than his desire to win Pulitzers.

The only thing baffling me is that Iowahawk usually only publishes parodies.

4 Responses to “Iowahawk Strikes Again”
  1. Cheapshot911 Comment by Cheapshot911 UNITED STATES

    ..and klintoon would rather see his bequest go to his heir than to the homeland securty.
    (I kept the video)

    Their is no you, there is only me..

  2. Unregistered Comment by MVK MERR UNITED STATES

    What I find ridiculous is that to even read that newspaper, you are going to have to pay for it. I don’t have to do it to read the Post, what gives?(OH yeah, the famous Liberal paradox on money, with examples such as Hollywood, and the fancy places in San Francisco)

  3. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Jed Babin writting in the American Spectator notes: (http://www.spectator.org/dsp_article.asp?art_id=10005)
    It is beyond parody that the most damaging leaks — such as those that led to the CIA terrorist jail story in the Washington Post and the New York Times stories on the NSA terrorist surveillance program — have gone unpunished while the Justice Department’s loose cannon, Patrick Fitzgerald, pursues Scooter Libby like Javert pursued Jean Valjean. Media mentionables often opine on “tipping points” in Iraq, on the economy and so forth. These points are, theoretically, watershed events that decide the future. We must demand that the latest New York Times disclosure of yet another classified anti-terror program — this time the financial tracing of terrorist electronic fund transfers through the Belgian “SWIFT” consortium — be such an event. How can secrets be kept if no leakers are punished, and what will become of the First Amendment if the press remains the enemy of the safety of the nation it supposedly serves“…

    So now the billion dollar question for me at least is, “What is Alberto Gonzales going to do about it?

    Noel Sheppard writting in the American Thinker asks: (http://www.americanthinker.com/articles.php?article_id=5616)
    The New York Times on a Swift Boat to Court?

    In today’s terror-stricken world, which is more vital to the public’s interest: being safe, or being informed?

    This very question has come before the management of the New York Times twice in the past six months. On both occasions, even though it went completely contrary to the national security requests of the White House, their conclusion was that ignorance is indeed not bliss.

    Sadly, it appears that the Times doesn’t agree with the old maxim “Tis better to be safe than sorry,” for on June 23, in what is starting to become a semi-annual event, the Times’ Pulitzer Prize-winning team of Eric Lichtblau and James Risen disclosed to America and her enemies the existence of another highly classified national security program designed to identify terrorist activity before it occurs.

  4. Unregistered Comment by LC Wes, Imperial Mohel

    Here’s another story that ought to be a parody but really isn’t: Rush Limbaugh just got caught by Customs agents at the West Palm Beach airport with prescription Viagra in his luggage…except his name apparently wasn’t on the prescription.

    OK, after all the investigating that Rush has endured over the past several years, this is just sheer, Kennedyesque stupidity. Rush, what the hell were you thinking, you dumbass?! Especially since Customs says they just turned the investigation over to the state attorney’s office…in other words, guess who?

    On the other hand, when you take a look at this photograph, taken at the Heritage Foundation’s “24″ panel discussion this past weekend, it’s probably obvious what was on Rush’s mind.

    And it also explains why Customs was waiting for Rush when he got back home: Chloe set him up.

    Chloe is the mole.

    Ohmigod. If they can get to El Rushbo…none of us are safe…

    (OK, seriously, my question still stands: What the hell was Rush thinking when he tried to play games with his Viagra prescription? Besides that, anyway…Is the idiot TRYING to get arrested again? Oy.)