or, how we stay supplied with fresh camel's, and/or their back's.
The camel back. It's a tortured metaphor at this point. And that was an appropriate sentence to utter, back when americans weren't torturers. Back then, using the word 'sentence' in a sentence did not remind me, as it sometimes does today, that more than a few americans have recently been denied their right to due process and some have literally served tortured sentences.
Back when our government (now with more moraliuty!) wasn't obcessed with being technically correct while willfully pressing forward toward the wrong side of right.
Oh, and lying.
So now there's this video. You really really should watch the whole thing. [via Crooks and Liars]
And then stop and think. ...
... Put your anger aside, it will do you no good.
Karl wants you to be angry. Karl wants you to throw that rock. do not throw that rock. lather, rinse, repeat.
we are generally unhappy about our leadership. We are on a lot of levels a sharply divided nation. I just like to know where my posse comitatus is at, with all those troops coming home soon and all. Really it's not W. It's the compnacy he keeps.
do not throw the rock.
My Answer? we should re-elect Jimmy Carter,