Diary of a College Republican

Location: North Florida, United States

Not much.

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

As I sit and Ponder

So, what, if any, significance happened today? Can't think of anything. Iran is still making threats, Europe is pretending to do something about it, more and more protests are arising out of the ashes, and what does Europe do? Continues to talk about integration. Now I know that the protests in Europe right now aren't the same type of protests that occured in Paris for fifteen straight days, and then they did it on New Years for the hell of it. No, these continue to be much more milder.

But now there's been some issues concerned about whether these cartoons stretch the line. On the one hand, you have CNN saying that the protestors are merely demonstrators protesting what they believe to be the desecration of one of their prophets. CNN would be claiming this even after one or more of their regional offices are razed to the ground. But would you expect the same response from CNN if the Religious Right in this country (for which I am a proud member of) burned down their regional offices after such blatant attacks on Christianity?

You don't see Christians out in full force protesting the use of Kanye Jesus now do you? Granted I find it utterly disrespectful, but I'm not going to be out there burning down CNN offices all over the country. But look at abortion clinics and the attacks throughout history that they've come under. They call the people "religious fanatics" and "insane" and probably even "heartless." Heartless and insane for saving the lives of unborn children sacrificed for the sake of the mother's convenience. Damn this heartless b&*t#$d. I don't agree with illegal means of trying to ban abortion, I believe that we should be trying to do everything in the law to end this (though Abortion isn't law).

To the Islamic World, get over it. To Europe, grow up and realize that your ideals of "integration", are stupid. And to the World, get ready and bunker down because the past two decades since our beloved nobel peace prize winner Carter's failure to bring down the Iranian theocracy causes us a bunch of trouble. To the leftist, treehugging, pacifists, go to the Amazon, you're needed there. Maybe you'll survive and the rest of us won't...wait, wait...no...you won't. Human nature will kick in and you'll find out just how vicious the game of politics truly is.

Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Address to the DUmmies

So the game went off without a hitch, no terrorist attack, much to the chagrin of the far-left wackos over at Democratic Underground. Sure, they said that they don't want a terrorist attack, but their beliefs (they think Bush plotted, conspired, and planned) Sept. 11 as an excuse for going to war with Iraq. Now for the ultimate voice of reason, and to any DUmmies trolling on my blog, yes beware, I know you're out there, "WTF?!?!?!" First off, Bush invaded Afghanistan, totally different country with very limited oil supplies (thereby not justifying your theory of his War On Terror as a guise for Oil), almost bankrupt (and quite potentially, IS BANKRUPT!), so where the hell did you get that?

All of this MIHOP/LIHOP sounds like a crock of crap to attack the President for the sake of attaking the president. Where's your evidence? I'm not talking about some peon in the FBI evidence, I'm talking solid hard-core information. Just listening to others like you makes it true? Hello, have you seen the Al-Qaeda videos, Osama admitted to it. And if you want to get technical, are you saying that Bush has planned attacks before 9/11? Are you suggesting that Bush planned the U.S.S. Cole bombing, perhaps the embassy bombings back in '98 when Al-Qaeda first formed? You implicated Bush in the so-called Carlyle Group, yet immediately quieted once it was revealed by conservative bloggers like me that George Soros, patron billionaire-saint of the Democratic National Committee, was a member.

But at least we get to laugh at your crazy, delusional statements. Blogs like PJ's DUmmie Funnies are great for kicks and laughs, and the stupid things you say are forever immortalized on his blog. If I knew how to put a permanent link to his blog on mine, It would most definitely be there. We enjoy the antics of BenBurch, Arlene Martinez (penname flygal??), Pied Piper Pitt, Pied Piper Pitt's temporary sockpuppet.

We enjoy those things deeply. We also wonder when the gestapo is going to haul "true-and-noble-Paul-Revere" Piper off to jail for statutory rape.

Saturday, February 04, 2006

Oh what a Saturday

A few embassies came under attack after the violent streak following the cartoons depicting Mohammed as a murderous tyrant wearing a hat looking suspiciously like a bomb. Both Denmark and Norway were quick to pull their people out, a smart choice for what is going on. Europe continuously does not get it, that these Moslems don't care about the culture of the lands they are in.

These photos being borrowed from Yahoo! News (and some images also borrowed from Michelle Malkin's blog- which came from Yahoo news)

This photo, of Islamic protesters in Europe, does nothing to aide your comfort. When people like Jacque Chirac talk about integration and freedom, what's to be done about it when the people you are trying to get to integrate with you clearly don't want that freedom?

IAEA refers to the Security Council

Things aren't looking to good for Iran right now. With a deadline to halt WMD creation by March from Israel, and the U.N. thinking about convening a summit to discuss the issues going on in Iran, things just look grim. In a few short days Iran may get a letter from the UN talking about how angry they are and that Iran should stop at once. We all know how effective that will be, not very.

As the UN gets its collective conscience, and the powers of Western Europe realize that Iran doesn't mind wiping out Anglo-saxon civilization, with the closing deadline by Israel to give up Iran's nuclear ambitions, and the growing forces mounting against Islam, specifically against Denmark and Norway, are things coming down to a showdown (militarily of course)?

Now I'm off again to study Anatomy, till next time.

Friday, February 03, 2006

The Case for Iran

Iran is a continuing threat for the governments of this planet. Some like to pretend that it isn't, and some like to live in naivete. Some prefer to say so what? They don't want to get into another war, after troubling issues facing Iraq, and so are content to let Iran get the bomb. They don't mind the nation of state-sponsored terrorism getting the bomb so as to make sure they don't have to go to war.

So then they harrass the people in charge for not protecting them. It is the classic signs of the left over hippie era. Eric Cartmen may be a little turd, as well as rude. Though those that watch South Park can't help but laugh still at his antics. But at least he doesn't like hippies. Dirty, disgusting, they turn nice towns into trashvilles and potvilles. Go to Woodstock, NY, and see what the hippies have done. No thank you, I'll stay with good ole' Conservative Florida. Where I know that if someone threatens my life, I can defend myself.

Anyways, Iran is a menace. Ahmanijehad has said he will not rest until "anglo-saxon civilization is wiped from the face of this Earth." And people don't want to defend themselves against this guy???? Geeze, what happened to standing up for one's self?

Anyways, see ya later...got's to sleep and study for anatomy.