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Posts by Coyote

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  • Ann Coulter is a hurtful brand of pundit

    04/29/2005 10:36:06 AM PDT · 116 of 231
    Coyote to John Lenin
    Editor's corrections:

    She was recently interviewed by Time magazine (If ONLY it had been ME. I'm so insecure and so hungry for attention!) and her image was bestowed on the cover.

    I suppose I am fascinated insanely jealous by the fascination.

    To me (and believe me, I oughta' know!), Ann Coulter looks much like the women you might find in a backwater Nevada brothel.

    Coulter insists it is liberals who are in need (all except ME, because I'm not only jealous of this woman, and I HATE her soooo much, but OMG, I LOVE her long legs and those mini-skirts sooooo soooo much, but I HATE her sooooo much, but I LOVE that attitude but I can't HAVE her, and I'm sooooo jealous and angry that I HATE her, and I've been thinkin' 'bout my mother, but I LOVE her sooooo much!) of a mental overhaul.

    Earth (and she's soooo damn earthy!) is yours. Take it. (please, PLEASE let me HAVE it!) Rape it. (OMG! Why does she TEASE me this way! Whimper, snivel, whine....)

  • Daddy! Wake up! Where is all my money?

    04/14/2005 2:13:58 PM PDT · 1 of 5
    Just one more eye opening provacative rant...

  • Conservative Have Monopoly on Mean-Spiritedness?

    12/16/2004 8:52:15 AM PST · 10 of 13
    Coyote to PersonEatingTastyAnimals
    "I'm no (expletive) clown either. ... This guy started a jihad."

    Spare us.

    Mr. I am not an f'ing clown thinks that President Bush is uneducated and started a Jihad.

    He seems in denial of his own educational background and of course, 911, where we have a realistic picture of just who started the Jihad.

    "He...had been expelled from New York's elite Dalton School. He was also expelled from Haverford College for a stunt involving a cow. Eventually, he would graduate from Bard College." -

    "All his films show his talent for deadpan comedy. Sadly, his career has generally worsened throughout the nineties...." -

    Repeat after me. I am NOT an f'ing clown. I am NOT an f'ing clown. I am NOT an f'ing clown!

    What a jerk of a looser.

  • God is cut from film of Dark Materials

    12/08/2004 11:50:17 AM PST · 49 of 49
    Coyote to burlywood
    “any arbitrary establishment that curtails the freedom of the individual”

    And would that 'arbitrary establishment' they plan to vilify include Hollywood's own supported Progressive movement's efforts to 'curtail' the freedom guaranteed by First Amendment for Republicans at the Universities or people wishing each other "Merry Christmas" in the spirit of "It's a Wonderful Life", the freedom guaranteed by the Second Amendment when local communities ban firearms used for self defense, by the Fourth Amendment when roadside check stops invade our automobiles, by the Tenth Amendment when Federal Jurisdiction supersedes the limits specified by such? The ends justify the means.

    One interesting note reflected by this press release is that after the election of 2004 and the success of "The Passion", whether or not in agreement with the Red States or Mel Gibson, the producers of this feature understand that it might not be financially prudent to offend more than at least half of the population of those intended as potential viewers. At least not if they want board directed backers for their next Progressive production effort.

  • Zogby: Santa is a Democrat; Scrooge and the Grinch are Republicans says new poll

    12/08/2004 10:22:16 AM PST · 60 of 72
    Coyote to Nascardude
    Zogby's a Moslem Mole. Just like Tokyo Rose, he sucks.

    BTW, if EVER there were a Grinch that stole Christmas, it's GOTTA be the ACLU and the anti-Christmas movement that's rampant this holiday season. Can't say Merry Christmas any more. Can't celebrate the human sacrifice that ended all human sacrifice. It's just not PC.

    According to the Knee Jerk Times, hafta' say instead, happy pagan winter wicca wumpus, let's have us a NEW human sacrifice! Let's celebrate the 40 millionth aborted American human child instead! And let's wish everyone many more to come!

    So just like always, liberal anti-Americanism works to undermine the base values and moral core of American culture, and just like always, they turn the focus of blame on innocent enemies. Thinking themselves clever, the seek a two-for-one.

    The bottom line is that they're criminals, and this is their MO. They steal and they kill, but according to them, someone else is always responsible.

    Let's face it. Liberals all suck too.

  • Morford: Very, Very Dirty Pictures

    12/03/2004 10:03:21 AM PST · 99 of 112
    Coyote to presidio9
    At the risk of being a bit smug in my analysis, it's actually stunning to think just how myopic and naieve this tragically demented person's worldview actually appears.

    Many of those dead in the "dirty, very dirty pictures" he's so teared up about have seriously called for dropping persons with his/her/its sexual proclivity head first from tall buildings, followed up by stoning if the fall doesn't kill them. In many parts of the world, these calls are acted out daily. In Iran a teen-aged girl was just executed for having premarital sex, by examples of the very fanatics he feels so sorry for at the expense of America's finest.

    What is obvious is that he feels pretty damned safe tucked away there in the security of the SFChronicle, a security bought during the past 200+ years by millions of those "...poorly educated, disposable hunks of politically abused postpubescent meat" he'd like to get his own little hands on before they become the rugged men of great sacrifice that he so feigns disdain.

    Sadly, for Ms. Moreford, because of his/her/its own choices, the likelyhood is probably high that the new drug resistant strains of AIDS now emerging because of poorly tested compounds rushed into production by pressure from his enclave, or antibiotic resistant Syphilus, or antibiotic resistant Tuberculosis, or self loathing suicide, will remove him/her/it from the venue of mortal concern in due time.

    His/her/its denial is what really amazes.

  • Photos from Iraq (the mass-media forgot) These are some of the best photos thus far.

    12/01/2004 11:06:59 AM PST · 122 of 179
    Coyote to smith288

    With regard to the appearance that this person is not a Polish soldier but actually a U.S. soldier, the rifle he's using is almost certainly an American Barret M107 .50 caliber semi-auto sniper rig.

    Barret M107....


    11/11/2004 4:25:50 PM PST · 266 of 487
    Coyote to Jeff Head
    Deeply inspiring to have been privileged to watch your success in the making.


  • CBS News FReeped <--- (actual headline)

    09/13/2004 11:14:50 AM PDT · 264 of 270
    Coyote to Jim Robinson
    "He's dead, Jim."

  • In Maine, One Bush Wedding and A Fish Story (Jenna & dad Catches nice sized striper)

    08/12/2004 8:39:50 AM PDT · 17 of 28
    Coyote to Area Freeper
    Hmmmmm..... Let's see.

    A presidential wanna' be who claims he'd never set foot on a yacht less than 120' long, who's worth is nearly a billion dollars, and who eats the pizza of the flight crew who ferries him around.

    Or a president on a 20' +/- boat, with his sleeves rolled up while fishing, who wears a baseball cap, and PRO-RODEO WRANGLER jeans!

    Which one is the "MAN OF THE PEOPLE" again, and which one is for the snooty elite? I need ta' know before I vote.

  • Modern Leftism as Recycled Fascism

    07/30/2004 12:02:12 AM PDT · 5 of 11
    Coyote to SEA
    The trouble with the nation as we move further and further toward the fascist left, is that we move more toward the Fascist model. Reminds me of this old piece
  • NRA clout is outgunning Feinstein - Assault weapons ban renewal in doubt

    06/28/2004 11:32:37 AM PDT · 62 of 231
    Coyote to Joe Brower
    "For government consists in nothing else but so controlling subjects that they shall neither be able to, nor have cause to do it harm." -Nicolo Machiavelli

    "In order to become the master, the politician poses as the servant." -Charles de Gaulle

  • NRA clout is outgunning Feinstein - Assault weapons ban renewal in doubt

    06/28/2004 11:15:38 AM PDT · 60 of 231
    Coyote to Blue Collar Christian
    I know! It's such a dumb movie, but it's so full of gems of wisdom.

    My girlfriend just bought the special edition and we sat up watching it over the weekend. Those are the same two lines of dialog that hit me as well!

    The "you dig" line just smacked me there toward the end, after hours of watching, and I realized that it completely explained the vitriolic rant of the anti-gunners perfectly. They just want the rest of us to to the digging while they dominate.

    Perfect. Those two lines completely explain why the founders included the second ammendment.

  • NRA clout is outgunning Feinstein - Assault weapons ban renewal in doubt

    06/28/2004 10:48:40 AM PDT · 55 of 231
    Coyote to nypokerface
    "There are two types of people in the world", 'Blondie' says to Tuco in the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, after Tuco discoveres the pistol he tried to kill 'Blondie' with was unloaded.

    "People who's pistols are loaded", 'Blondie' continues, brandishing his own loaded pistol and handing Tuco a shovel, "and people who dig. YOU, dig."

    So simple, this power ancient thing. The "some animals are more equal than others" anti gunners simply want everyone they hold 'beneath' them and their related swine to do the digging they perceive necessary to level the egalitarian playing field, while they elevate themselves to watchmen.

    That's why the thesaurus equates the word 'hog' with swine, and defines it thus: "To control, to dominate, to take over, to corner the market."

  • Flying Saucer Fever Grips Iran, Theories Abound

    04/28/2004 2:25:14 PM PDT · 33 of 74
    Coyote to freedom44
    White disc? Could they already be using the X-45 for surveylance?

  • Teen who ran away returned to polygamist community

    02/09/2004 7:17:14 PM PST · 14 of 25
    Coyote to cateizgr8
    Hey. I really have little room to be just one more self righteous judge.

    After all, we did return Elian to HIS natural father, to become a slave in Cuba.

    We're rapidly embracing all manner of redifinition of what constitutes family.

    We've long embraced "multiculturalisms" many pluralities. I mean, "one mans poison is another man's meat." Right?

    So I'm just stumped. Why NOT return the girl to her natural father and redefine polygamy, common in many other cultures, as just one more form of an "alternative family" lifestyle?

  • Who Did Saddam Bribe?

    02/09/2004 5:57:08 PM PST · 7 of 20
    Coyote to hope
    Al Khafaji contributed $400,000 to the production of Scott Ritter's film .... al Khafaji arranged travel and financing for the "Baghdad Democrats"--Jim McDermott, Mike Thompson and David Bonior Khafaji contributed $5,000 to McDermott's Legal Defense Fund.

    Are we really surprised? And to think I was just about to blame Halliburton for all this.

  • Redford: Tyranny's useful idiot: Joseph Farah slams star for courting Cuban dictator Fidel Castro

    01/30/2004 1:39:26 AM PST · 4 of 6
    Coyote to JohnHuang2
    Meanwhile, oil rich Venezuela and nuclear capable Brazil have totally fallen under the spell.

    It won't be long before the malignant wing of latino left will be pushing up on our southern border and right on into Hollywood itself.
  • Spirit Sends First Photo Since Troubles Began

    01/29/2004 9:51:47 AM PST · 12 of 55
    Coyote to Dog
    Engineers have since determined that the problem appears to involve too many files overloading the onboard computer memory.

    I just knew it. Spirit's running under Windows.


    01/28/2004 7:04:06 PM PST · 5 of 7
    Coyote to clintonbaiter
    If da' glove don fit, ya' muss acquit!

    The Knee Jerk Times ought to take a long and careful look at the BBC right about now.

    It's a damn good thing that Broadway Bob has all that security keeping the selfish "man in the street" from wringing his proverbial neck. Donya' thin?

  • BushCo wants you to know: Caring about the environment is for pinko terrorist idiots

    01/28/2004 9:35:50 AM PST · 15 of 55
    Coyote to leadpencil1
    Bush is the worst environmental president in the nation's history. Period. The proofs are irrefutable, and the list of his administration's sinister assaults on the pale blue dot we all call home is painful and tragic and punishable in the afterlife by seven billion years of listening to Lynne Cheney being scraped across a chalkboard.

    I'm sorry, but where did he list those proofs that make this raw, emotional assertion "irrefutable?"

    And as far as "listening to Lynne Cheney being scraped across a chalkboard for a billion years," somehow, as colorfull as that remark may be, I think I'd rather be near Lynne Cheney for a billion years than spend five minutes in SF with this author trying to slip his greasy finger up my butt.
  • 'Wild Man' Franken Assaults Dean Critic

    01/27/2004 10:49:34 AM PST · 120 of 144
    Coyote to kattracks
    Missing the irony of his use of violence to silence a heckler, Franken explained, "I'm neutral in this race but I'm for freedom of speech, which means people should be able to assemble and speak without being shouted down."
    Mmmmmmm.......Now lemme' see. Shouting down Dean and his kind?

    Now where have I heard before?

    Oh, yeah. Wasn't it from one of those Stalinist agents Al Franken's spent his entire carreer so obsequiously sucking up to?

    At one of his carefully orchestrated "town hall meetings" in Billings Montana on June 1st, 1995, Bill Clinton revealed exactly this sort of totalitarian impulse. He accused the National Rifle Association of "giving aid and comfort to criminals," and declared that Americans have a duty to "shout down" critics of government actions. He exhorted that, "When you hear someone doing it [criticizing government actions], you ought to stand up and double up your fist and stick it in the sky and shout them down."
    Go figure. A man of the left. Clearly no hypocrisy here.
  • Madonna supports Wesley Clark.

    01/07/2004 12:57:36 PM PST · 42 of 55
    Coyote to happydogdesign

    Yes. I'd definitely say that Modona's become pretty good at "spreading the liberal message," ahem, as it were.
  • A victim of Castro's tyranny tells his story

    12/31/2003 5:00:15 PM PST · 4 of 5
    Coyote to The Bronze Titan

    U.S. actors Harry Belafonte (L) and Danny Glover give a joint press conference, voicing their opposition to U.S. preemptive strike politics at the Hotel Nacional de Cuba December 11, 2002 in Havana. Photo: AFP
  • Dixie Chicks at a Crossroads (more detail on the F.U.T.K. t-shirt)

    05/28/2003 9:54:21 AM PDT · 116 of 369
    Coyote to fightinJAG
    Well, I'm not usually inclined toward the vulgar, but in this case I think I'll forego my normal, respectful prohibitions.

    Accordingly, if I were Toby, I'd be inclined to respond to F.U.T.K. with a tee shirt of my own.

    Maybe one bearing the acronym, B.O.L.P.P.I.W.

    Whazzit mean?

    Try, "Bend Over Little Porker and Perhaps I will."

  • Politically Incorrect Danny Glover May Lose Spokesman Job

    05/14/2003 10:12:36 AM PDT · 14 of 19
    Coyote to Paul Atreides
    Got the long awaited call from MCI last evening, offering me some deal to change my calling service to MCI. I politely let the guy get about three sentences in and, with all that delightful anticipation built up, hit him with, "I'll NEVER use MCI because of their association with Danny Glover."

    I hung up chuckling and I could still hear him almost yelling as I put the reciever down at arm's length, something like, "Danny Gover's going to be fired....don't hang up....We can offer...!"

    Click. Aaaaaaahhh....Life's too good.

  • Zim has no forex to print money

    05/09/2003 9:47:22 PM PDT · 9 of 15
    Coyote to Clive
    Marxism in action. C'mon New York Times, let's have a hand for your boys 'n girls at the U.N.! Just a taste of global utopia.

  • Wolfowitz thinks Turkey has an 'attitude' problem (There's that word again > > > TURKEY!)

    05/08/2003 9:47:18 PM PDT · 8 of 14
    Coyote to Happy2BMe
    Who's on first.

    No, Who's on second.

    That's not what I wanna know. I wanna know Who's on first.

    Who's on second.

    I dunno!

    Oh, he's on third.

    Third base!

  • Wolfowitz thinks Turkey has an 'attitude' problem (There's that word again > > > TURKEY!)

    05/08/2003 9:39:06 PM PDT · 4 of 14
    Coyote to Happy2BMe
    Turkey. Turkey? Turkey!

    Why my wife was killed in Turkey!

    Slowly I turned, step by step, until....

    Susquahana hat company. Susquahana hat company? Susqauahana HAT company!

    Why my wife was killed at the Susquahana hat company!

    Slowly I turned, step by step, until....

  • Altar Egos, The top 10 worst and wackiest Hollywood nuptials

    05/08/2003 1:19:47 PM PDT · 1 of 17
    These are the people we're expected to look up to for cultural, social, and political wisdom. You know, the one's that know more about the world than the rest of us. Yet, after checking out Larry King, maybe there's something to this wealth and fame hoopla, after all.

  • More Byrd vs Bush

    05/07/2003 9:26:56 PM PDT · 5 of 12
    Coyote to mamarainsberry

  • A liberal filled with terror. "A Mean Spirited America"

    05/07/2003 6:36:58 PM PDT · 15 of 29
    Coyote to Noumenon
    Worth a bump, for sure. How 'ya doin'? How's Id-i-ho?

  • Cuban Migrants Who Swam Ashore In U.S. Custody Men Could Face Federal Charges

    05/07/2003 5:07:05 PM PDT · 12 of 21
    Coyote to Sherri
    Coast Guard officials said agents attempted to prevent the three men from reaching shore, but they were unwilling to use force in order to stop them.

    Jeeze. Where does this policy come from, anyway? They make no real effort to stop the traffic on the Mexican border, but if a couple of men risk their lives to get away from the ruthless dictatorial policies of Castro, they face federal charges? Whoever implemented this policy must be a friend of Jimmy Carter, Danny Glover, and Harry Belafonte. God, I'm SO disgusted with the Stalinist whoring of the American left.

  • Democratic Hopes Dwindling

    05/05/2003 7:33:19 PM PDT · 13 of 59
    Coyote to Hugenot
    However, this is not 1992 and this war and this election will be different.

    One thing that's very like going to be different is that Ross Perot isn't going to spend $50 million dollars in his own personal agenda against George W. Bush, as he did with George Bush Senior. Without Perot in the '92 race, Bush would have easily won. I'm hoping Al Sharpton will run on the DemocRAT ticket. That'll seal it up for sure.

  • Open Secrets Organization - You won't find everywhere.

    05/02/2003 11:08:06 AM PDT · 7 of 7
    Coyote to dvan
    Here's a link: Open Secrets

  • A day in the life of President Bush (photos): 5/1/03

    05/01/2003 10:09:59 PM PDT · 427 of 685
    Coyote to rintense
    Late to this party, but.....

    God! I love this president! A man's man so genuine, sincerely charismatic, and popular the left is absolutely green with bitter envy. takes the breath away.

  • The Secret of American Foreign Affairs (football...real "football")

    04/29/2003 9:53:54 AM PDT · 6 of 19
    Coyote to E Rocc
    Hmmmmm......Let's see.

    Go ARMY! Go NAVY! Stand up, sit down, FIGHT, FIGHT, FIGHT!!!


    Something like that, maybe?

  • Critics of 'Durham' duo off base (EBERT ALERT)

    04/22/2003 12:45:33 PM PDT · 46 of 46
    Coyote to Vets_Husband_and_Wife
    Thanks for that!

    I really do love the cowboy ways, even though I actually wear a black hat, drink some, and freqent rough honkey tonks, bars, and rodeos. Just LOVE to dance with the ladies. Don't smoke, chew, or dip though! But I consider myself a gentleman, love Christ, horses, and working cattle, even though I spent a considerable part of my life on the freeways of LA in that Hollywood cycle.

    BTW, if you can get your hands on last December's issue of a magazine called "Cowboys and Indians", there's a wonderful cover story about GW, with pictures of him in his cowboy look working his ranch in Crawford. He and Laura and the dog look so damn perfect on the cover, hanging out of the window of his Ford 350, it makes me so proud to call him my President.

  • Bill Cosby Punch Smothers Tommy Smothers (Family TV Icon Decks Folk Singer over Civil Rights Slur)

    04/21/2003 12:05:54 PM PDT · 29 of 91
    Coyote to ewing
    I worked with Cosby a couple of times. Here's a little story. When I was in my early 20's, I was standing on the set near him and Harry Belafonte. Cosby leaned over to Belafonte, and looking me right in the eye, said out loud, and clearly for my benefit, "I don't like white women. They're so, so ANEMIC!" Then they laughed together in my direction.

    Jeremiah 8:11
    They dress the wound of my people
    as though it were not serious.
    "Peace, peace," they say,
    when there is no peace.

  • Unless We Change Our Ways.... Mark Steyn Reprise

    04/21/2003 11:28:50 AM PDT · 3 of 7
    Coyote to Rummyfan
    Think globally, act lunarly.

    In describing the eco-Stalinists, I think he really meant to say, "Think globally, act looney."

  • Critics of 'Durham' duo off base (EBERT ALERT)

    04/20/2003 11:32:45 PM PDT · 37 of 46
    Coyote to nunya bidness
    Check your flags, I hailed you to something I wrote.

    Yes I got that piece on historic warfare and civilian targets. It's very good. I printed it and passed it onto a friend of mine. We're keeping it for a point of historic reference.

    Here's one I wrote recently, if you're interested, challenging the Hollywood anti-American mentality. (Got a new pseudonym.)

    BTW, Tin Cup sounds like a pretty good picture to have been on. I'm recently divorced and almost out of money. Can't stop the honkey tonk cowboy life long enough to drift on back to Hollywood. I'm going to have to make up my mind soon.

  • Critics of 'Durham' duo off base (EBERT ALERT)

    04/20/2003 1:35:38 PM PDT · 22 of 46
    Coyote to nunya bidness
    Bump. Might get a kick from my letter to the editors, post #15.

  • Critics of 'Durham' duo off base (EBERT ALERT)

    04/20/2003 10:15:17 AM PDT · 15 of 46
    Coyote to Chi-townChief
    Just wrote them this:

    Dear Chicago Sun Time Editors:

    Referring to Tim Robbins' "Bull Durham" troubles, a reader wrote to Roger Ebert: "Haven't actors learned from the McCarthy era that actors, writers (i.e., people who have the public's attention) don't have the same rights as citizens and are still subject to blacklisting...."

    Mr. Eberts wrote back, "Celebrities who speak out politically are made into targets as a way of discouraging dissent....This is profoundly anti-American."

    Please inform Mr. Ebert that the Constitution guarantees everyone the right to freely say what they please, but not an immunity from the consequences.

    Furthermore, I worked 35 years in the Hollywood film industry as a union technician, with multiple feature film screen credits. One of them was even in Chicago, "About Last Night" (Sexual Perversity in Chicago), with Rob Lowe, Jim Belushi, and Demi Moore. What "ivory tower Ebert" doesn't know about the industry from the safety of his personal screening room is that Hollywood has practiced blacklisting for decades.

    All production film jobs originate with an invitation by phone from a production manager, an informal hire. The first time you might meet the person who hired you could be the first day you arrive on the set. Your reputation precedes you. And it's clearly understood that if you're politically conservative and want to work, you don't talk about your politics, especially in the presence of untitled royalty like Robbins and Sarandon. If you do, you will definitely not be invited back to work again in the future. Is that not blacklisting? Of course it is.

    There's only one word for whiners like Robbins and Sarandon: hypocrites. I've been there.



    04/18/2003 2:17:56 PM PDT · 47 of 78
    Coyote to Paul Ross
    God said to Abraham, "Kill me a son!"
    Abe said, "Man, you must be puttin' me on!"
    God said, "No"
    Abe said, "What?"
    God said, "Whatever you do, the next time you see me commin', you better run!"
    Abe said, "Okay, man, where you want this killin' done?"
    God said, "Out on Highway 61."

  • Levi's Bonds Fall Sharply on Published Lawsuit News

    04/15/2003 2:49:41 PM PDT · 9 of 9
    Coyote to Cagey
    FORGET Levis. Wear Wrangler 13MWZ's. You'll be glad you did.

  • The only thing that can stop American power now

    04/13/2003 2:47:47 PM PDT · 14 of 31
    Coyote to Mia T
    Good job, Lady!

  • Insight/Vanity: Iraq Victory Marks the Beginning of the End for Elitist Boomers

    04/10/2003 10:24:59 PM PDT · 19 of 29
    Coyote to Lurker; Noumenon
    You guys might find this one interesting. He's got a pretty good point. Let's hope he's onto something.

  • Sean Penn's Lunch Marred By Car, Gun Theft

    04/10/2003 12:54:46 PM PDT · 83 of 100
    Coyote to joesnuffy
    Oh, Lord! Tell me it's not true!

    Baghdad Sean, my greatest Hollywood, anti-American, communist sympathizing, SAG pacifist, ex Mr. Madonna, leftist cult hero -- was caught carrying a Glock for self protection!!!???

    What are the little people to do these days. Sniff, sniffle. Sadly it seems, Sean's just another do as I say, not as I do, hypocrite. I guess I'll have to join the GOP and support the NRA now.


    04/09/2003 4:42:24 PM PDT · 27 of 46
    Coyote to renegade6640
    And I'm interested in the epistemology of pale, pithy, ultra-pedantic, quasi-intellectual chondriacs, who suffered so much the Freudian trauma under the infant lavatory instruction of their own pedestrian mammon, that such individuals mature unable to commit coitus with any bodies other than inflatable synthetic dolls, or under the physical dominance from those of their own gender, and subsequently manifest such infinite hatred and spite for all men of honest virility and real courage, that only irrational bitterness remain in their personalities toward all other persons, institutions, and cultural cannons of true good will, and otherwise all authority in general, especially the honorable historic national influence that affords the diminutive, self-affected, personally unachievable psyche of the archetypal Columbia University Social Science gutter gas-bag, with their liberty, opportunity, and sustenance a priory.

  • The Ultimate Statement to the Anti-War Protestors and slanted Media ... by the liberated IRAQI's

    04/09/2003 4:04:32 PM PDT · 139 of 257
    Coyote to Lurker
    Pretty amazing. But the enemy never sleeps and I suspect they're regrouping with plans to blow out of proportion the cost in Iraqi casualties. I think we sould never let ourselves underestimate the diabolical mind of liberal madness.