Why would USA Today be so kind to give this upcoming comic a favorable review?
Why did it take so long for some in Congress to stand up to an administration for violating the constitutional mandate that it must be the one to declare war? Libya is bad enough but what about Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan and Yemen? An army of Obama administration lawyers make lame excuses as to why the Libyan scam is not a war because American involvement fell short of full-blown hostilities. Perhaps we should just ask a child whose home and family has been full-blown to bits what is a war? A low ball figure of $9.5 million per day in Libya doesn’t constitute a war? Just what is the dollar figure for saying, yes this is war? Not to mention the human cost.
The CIA has officially announced that Ayman al-Zawahr is their new man to head Al Qaeda. The asset Anwar al-Awlaki didn’t make the cut but is waiting in the wings for when he’s needed to fill the top spot. How long are we going to keep talking about this fake terrorist group? Probably as long as the American people will fall for it.
Destroying mosques and homes and wells so that Israeli ‘settlers‘ can steal some more land in the occupied territories doesn’t raise an eyebrow in the lame stream media. Not that very many in the US even care. The Weiner resignation and the trial of white girl Casey Anthony are so much more important.
A bonanza for a few means something altogether different for most of the rest.
Not everyone thinks the “winners” in the alternative news media are all they are cracked up to be. I’ll drink to that.
Michelle Obama goes to Beverly Hills to insist that Hollywood do more for the war efforts. What’s next, Sasha and Malia encouraging kindergartners to pledge allegiance to the bomb?
So much for a few big questions. Without big answers that carry weight, we are just spinning around and getting dizzy. But getting dizzy may be the prelude to clarity. It’s what we hope for.
Calling all angels
‘Cause we’re not sure
How this goes