May 28, 2008 — Assigned Reading

Harsh Report on Iranian Nuclear Program Raises Alarm

A nine-page report, released on Monday by the IAEA, details among other things the lack of cooperation from Tehran regarding allegations that its nuclear ambitions might be driven by more than domestic needs. While it comes as no surprise that Iran would hold back information about the progress of its nuclear program, it serves to hammer home the importance of this year’s presidential and congressional elections. Looking at this report, along with further insights into Iranian intentions and ambitions, I cannot help but be reminded of the goat-scented venom spewed from Mahmoud Ahmadinejad‚Äôs dirty mouth, and the penchant for appeasement and overall laissez-faire approach to foreign policy, terrorism and evil favored by Illinois Sen. and likely Democratic party nominee Barack Obama. One by one, on fronts both domestic and international, the dots are being connected, and the true nature of a possible Obama presidency is starting to show itself. Is this really the man America wants to be president? Is this really the man we need to be Commander in Chief?

Czech President Ready to Debate Gore on Climate Change
Almost two weeks ago, while campaigning in Oregon, Barack Obama stated that “we can’t drive our SUVs and eat as much as we want and keep our homes on 72 degrees at all times … and then just expect that other countries are going to say ‘OK.’” Let that soak in for a moment. Which is more endangered, asks Czech President Vaclav Klaus in his new book, the climate or our freedoms? I say the latter, but then again y’all already know that about me. Klaus does an excellent job of summing up the facade for global socialism that is the global warming movement, stating that years ago, the socialist mentalist was perpetuated “in the name of the Marxists or of the proletariat” but was now being furthered in the name of planet Earth. He is 100 percent correct.

Report: Billions in Defense Spending Unchecked
So, let me get this straight. Because of a personnel shortfall, more than $150 billion in weapons spending went unaudited? Gee whiz, folks — not only does the current administration refuse to exhibit the tenets of conservatism when it comes to spending, but they’re looking like democrats when it comes to oversight as well. Wonderful. And then they wonder why the average American doesn’t feel like government is working for them…

McClellan Whacks Bush, White House
Okay, okay … I get it. President Bush is dumb. Dick Cheney is evil incarnate. Together with puppetmaster Karl Rove and ice queen Condoleezza Rice, they lied to the American public and killed more than 4,000 American soldiers and countless innocent Iraqi women and children. They eat aborted koala bear fetuses. I get it. They’re bad. As this story gets pummeled to death during the next few news cycles and gets circulated ad nauseum throughout the mainstream press, people need to remember that the [complicitous] author of this book is a guy viewed by many to be incompetent, a guy who by all accounts hung on for as long as he could before being forced out for good reason. Heck, the same thing happens all across the country to careless cooks in restaurants and sleeping line workers in factories — only here, the difference is that McClellan can look to those with Bush Derangement Syndrome to buy what is very probably a horribly and hastily written book. Still, his book paints George W. Bush in a negative light, and for that reason he’s suddenly Kafka.


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