Skip to comments.Brian and The Judge Live Thread -- Friday, May 5, 2006
Posted on 05/05/2006 5:30:49 AM PDT by LibertyLee
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The U.S. military has discovered an unedited videotape of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi in Iraq. Is the noose tightening around the terror mastermind? Brian and The Judge talk with Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Mario Mancuso.
In Phoenix, a posse of 100 volunteers and sheriff's deputies has taken it upon themselves to round up and jail illegal immigrants. Is this behavior Constitutional? The Judge has the answer.
The Iranian Threat
FOX News' Colonel Oliver North weighs in with Brian and the Judge on the threat that Iran poses to the Western World.
Good morning. I think I beat the ping.
Hey Liberty, heres the AlZ video for those who didn't see it:
Good morning, Bahbah, You beat the ping!
Good morning, Clint....
Here is short blog editorial that has some cute quotes from Tony re John McCain, in particular:
"Here's the thing about McCain: He's crazy," Snow added. "Another thing is, you cannot be a successful Republican candidate if you spend all your time bashing Republicans."
Funny...but after ABC News' The Note you have to watch what is a hoax nowadays. I read it and believed it and couldn't believe people were leaking Tony's stuff already. And then to find out it's all a hoax. More "fake, but accurate".
A new principle of international relations
Yesterday, I read some news that led me to a startling conclusion. I had discovered a new rule, a new principle of international relations that tied together a bunch of events and trends. And like all great insights, it is stunning in its simplicity:
There is no situation so bad that it cannot be exacerbated by the French.
Pearl Harbor? The attack that led to the United States entering World War II, and ultimately leading to the liberation of France? According to some French military officers, the attack was laudable.
The China/Taiwan conflict? Why, back the Communist dictators against a flourishing democracy!
And now we have the French attempting to intervene in the Zacarias Moussaoui case.
Some are even saying that France wants to take custody of him, a French citizen of Moroccan extraction, and imprison him for us.
Just how bad an idea is this? Let me count the ways.
Un. The French have a very sizable and very boisterous, even rebellious, Muslim population. They have been demanding more and more concessions to their "culture" and "faith" and "way of life" from the France, under threats of violence, and (quelle surprise) been getting them. It wouldn't take long at all for freedom for Moussaoui to rise to the top of their lists of demands, once he is in the custody of the French government.
Deux. The French have a long-established history of conceding to demands, yielding in the face of violence and threats of violence. The first time a French citizen is kidnapped and offered for Moussaoui, he'll be loaded up with cheese and wine and stuck on the first Air France flight to wherever he wants to go.
Trois. France's foreign policy seems centered around providing a "counter" to the United States, attempting to block whatever we wish to do with an almost-Pavlovian passion. If we are for something, they automatically oppose it without bothering to consider the issue on its own merits.
Quatre. Moussaoui's crimes were uniquely against Americans and the United States as a nation. We have the right and the duty to punish him for his actions against us, and to surrender him to any other nation would not only be a violation of our sovereignty, but a betrayal of all those who died on 9/11 and their families who counted on the United States to bring about some measure of justice.
I could go on, with reasons cinq through dix and beyond, but the point is stunningly simple: this is not France's affair. They need to worry far more about their own problems (and they are legion) and butt the hell out.
I am reminded of the buildup to the war in Iraq. While we were attempting to recruit allies, France was doing all it could to stymie us. They openly bribed African nations to oppose us in the UN, and leaned heavily on the newly-liberated countries of Eastern Europe to stay out of the matter. Jacques Chirac said, after the fact, that they "missed a great opportunity to shut up."
Good advice, France. Practice what you preach.
TNOYF is insane:
Balony. Helen Thomas as Freddy Kruger is satire. That was written by someone who wanted people to believe it came from Tony.
I did too! Then when they said there were going to be graphics I started to wonder why they would waste time with that. ABC was knowingly trying to get Tony to come out with a comment...might as well send Muslims to a NASCAR Race.
Where You WON'T See Stephen Colbert Speaking Truthiness To Power
You mean the Stephen Colbert spoof they showed at the Correspondents dinner?
Yes it was. But how incredibly dumb can they be. All Tony had to say was that he didn't write it and game's over.
Check it out:
Gotta hop, see you later.
Leave it to the drive-by media to initiate a really BAD cheap shot. I believe if someone hadn't caught them, they'd have never disavowed it.