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  • VIDEO: Dem Rep. Etheridge Apologizes For "Unacceptable" Actions

    06/14/2010 1:14:34 PM PDT · 30 of 53
    CremeSaver to i88schwartz

    The media is asking him one leading question after another in an effort to help him blame Republicans. At least he is smart enough to know that there is a video and if he attempts to push this off on the kids he will engender even more scorn then he has already earned.

    What an incredibly dumb politician.

  • Special Relationship Over? Britain Talks of Boycotting America

    06/13/2010 7:40:53 PM PDT · 38 of 79
    CremeSaver

    I believe it was the Mirror which was so openly scornful of Americans and declared 59,000,000 of us stupid after Bush’s second election. Although the rest of the British press was a little more circumspect with their headlines, it was obvious that their contempt floated right beneath the surface.

    Before you condemn Obama for dumping on this so-called ally, take a read on some british websites and get a glimpse of what the average Brit thinks of us. I don’t mean their left-wing sites obviously they are not blood pressure friendly, but try the Sun. It is eye opening, and good luck trying to find a brit with a kind word for any American. I have the feeling this will positively be the only thing that I will ever agree with Obama about.

    Anyone was going to be better than Bush, but shoot, Mr. Hope and Change doesn’t satisfy them either. I have a middle finger that normally I would never use to express my opinion, but I will start flexing it especially for our british cousins. (spit)

  • We hate to love the US. . . but we do

    06/07/2008 7:07:14 PM PDT · 16 of 74
    CremeSaver to buccaneer81

    You are right buccaneer, this is nothing new. I remember their contempt for Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and Jimmy Carter. They called Carter “that peanut farmer.” They hated Reagan and Bush regardless of what they did, and I had at one time thought that it was only confined to academe and their media, but not anymore. I believe these numbers in these polls. They are only confirmed by what I read in their newspapers today.

    There was a time when I was learning history and was quite horrified by how long it took the US to join Europe in WWII.
    The more I read the more I became convinced that our fathers and grandfathers knew precisely what they were doing. Europe has heaped scorn on the US and the American people since our birth, and then they wanted help? Really? And somehow they after all of the insults and abuse they felt entitled to that help too. Really?

    If something were to happen in Europe today, I wouldn’t care a bit, nor demand that our government lift a finger to help them. American lives should never be sacrificed again for any European. The place could burn to the ground for all I would care.

  • Support for Obama Soars in Europe: Poll

    05/30/2008 7:57:37 PM PDT · 26 of 46
    CremeSaver to balls
    I have argued with quite a few who think that they have every right “to have a say” in American politics and elections, because what happens here “affects the whole world.” I said pony up your tax Euros first and we'll talk.

    The problem as I see it, is that we treat them as equals and believe that they are competent enough to have their elections without interference. How nice it would be if we got the same courtesy without comment, or opinions from them.

  • Support for Obama Soars in Europe: Poll

    05/30/2008 7:50:11 PM PDT · 24 of 46
    CremeSaver to CaspersGh0sts
    I was reading a British site last evening and it was buzzing with US election updates. (Actually, I was blown away by how much attention they pay to US politics.) The entire premise of the thread was how excited they are getting about the election and Obama’s presidency. One poster said that they, “want so much to have a reason to like America again.” An American on the site wrote that he thought it was too late for that, and that the damage was already done. I agreed with the American.
  • Support for Obama Soars in Europe: Poll

    05/30/2008 7:05:15 PM PDT · 8 of 46
    CremeSaver to Free ThinkerNY

    Does anyone even care what Europeans want or think anymore? I don’t dislike Europe, I dislike Europeans.

  • Any veterinarian Freepers ? Need help / advice ! ( Vanity )

    05/30/2008 6:29:15 PM PDT · 3 of 70
    CremeSaver to sushiman

    I’m afraid I can’t offer any ideas or solutions, but I can and do wish the best of luck to both you and Toto. Good luck.

  • Are Europeans and Americans letting true Civilization down by childish, internal quarrels?

    05/13/2008 11:09:03 AM PDT · 31 of 31
    CremeSaver to FORTRUTHONLY

    Isoroku Yamamoto

  • McCain calls for greenhouse-gas cuts, criticizes Bush administration

    05/13/2008 10:33:37 AM PDT · 73 of 112
    CremeSaver to NormsRevenge

    I simply can not vote for this person. I despise him more than I ever thought possible, and really don’t know what I’m going to do come November.

  • Charles Krauthammer's Take on Obamas Speech

    03/20/2008 4:12:33 PM PDT · 9 of 56
    CremeSaver to jdm

    Did anyone hear Brit Hume’s comments about McCain going to Britain and #10? It was something like, John Mccain ventured into what many Americans think is “hostile territory.” I didn’t hear the whole thing, nor probably in the proper context, but it did surprise me.

  • Britain kow tows to China as athletes are forced to sign no criticism contracts

    02/12/2008 12:37:25 PM PST · 86 of 86
    CremeSaver to uksupport1

    uk,

    I appreciate you taking the time, and making the effort to answer my post with such a thoughtful response. I disagree, however, with the idea that we should descard what people say on the internet, though, as I believe people are at their most honest when they can do so anonymously.

    Thank you again, and I should mention that Americans were very grateful for the support that we received right after 911.

  • Suicide Bomber, 12, at UK School

    02/11/2008 1:42:59 PM PST · 9 of 36
    CremeSaver to forkinsocket
    "In Britain he is being offered that environment, which will hopefully convince him how evil his Taliban masters had been.”

    And if it doesn't convince him, what then? How dare these people take such a chance with so many other people's children. This is insanity.

  • Britain kow tows to China as athletes are forced to sign no criticism contracts

    02/11/2008 1:10:26 PM PST · 74 of 86
    CremeSaver to the scotsman; uksupport1

    Just in case you missed this reply to you on another thread.

    Re: #4
    Calm down? I thought I was calm, but far be for me to know myself better than a Brit knows me. Calm down? Who do you think you are, John McCain? Calm down? Rush Limbaugh just said, “Calm down” is what you say to an unruley 6 year old. I agree with Rush, it is extremely patronizing, but not surprising considering the source.

    Could you please tell me who does speak for the British people? I have often wondered where this very silent, and never seen “British people” live. Are they never allowed out to speak? Are they kept locked up somewhere? Why do we never see this “British people” that I am always told loves America. We never get to see them. Bring them out if you can.

    One other thing that I find extremely amusing is how bent out of shape the British get over American entertainment and movies. Just think of this, American movies, made for American audiences, where wow, the American is the hero, not the Lithuanian, not the Estonian, but the American. What a concept, I wish I would have thought of it.

    If your young people are so stupid, and your education system so lacking, that they are inclined to believe everything they see on the big or little screen then it is your problem. If your citizens can’t stand to watch an American movie without believing that it is “real,” if your citizens are incapable of watching an American movie without disparaging the source country then perhaps you should begin creating your own. The outcome would also suit your British sensibilities. Fix it over there, and stop whining about what other people do.

  • Britain kow tows to China as athletes are forced to sign no criticism contracts

    02/11/2008 12:59:46 PM PST · 73 of 86
    CremeSaver to uksupport1

    Am I supposed to feel terribly guilt ridden now and beg your forgiveness? Pass my best wishes on to your soldiers and my prayers too. Oh you might want to leave out the prayers, though. I made the mistake of being on a British site, and offering those prayers for your seamen and women who were captured by the Irans. I won’t repeat the names I was called, nor will I repeat the things that I was told I could do with my filthy American, Bible bashing prayers. Go lay your damn guilt trip on someone who might buy it.

  • Britain kow tows to China as athletes are forced to sign no criticism contracts

    02/11/2008 12:10:33 PM PST · 69 of 86
    CremeSaver to the scotsman
    Oh dear, oh dear,

    If you are so mistreated by Americans you have the perfect option to leave. What are you waiting for? The EU will welcome you with open arms and treat you in a manner that you deserve. Go already, I hate long goodbyes.

    You are assuming that all Americans were happy to have you “at our side,” however those of us who pay attention to what happens in Britain were anything but thrilled. Perhaps you will remember how the “master” rolled over for the “poodle” spending endless months at the UN accomplishing nothing other than to allow the opposition time to galvanize while we did the poodle’s bidding.

    Anyone paying attention would know that the worse thing that we did was have you “by our side.” By having you “by our side,” we laid ourselves open to never ending carping, whinging, and whining. However, don’t take it personally, those who pay attention didn’t want anyone from Europe involved either. You damned hypocrites when has NATO ever come together to defend America? When has Europe ever shed blood to “help” America. The only time you know what NATO is for is when you are demanding help for Europe. American help and American blood. When it counts, Europe is totally useless.

    Sarcasm and mockery? Why is when the people of your country savage us we are expected to understand that that is how you show your “affection” and demand that we accept it in the spirit of “friendship?” What an absolute joke. We have nothing in common least of all our sense of humor. I have no idea why there are so many people who work so hard to keep together something that died and should have been buried 200 years ago.

    I have no blind spot and wouldn’t sell you a ticket if I had one. Americans have always been fond of, and respectful to Europe and especially Britain. If in recent years you have are seeing a change in attitude by Americans towards Britain take pride knowing that you started it. What I have always thought is that America needs a taxpayer funded, government backed media outlet that runs around the world attacking Britain and slandering your people like the BBC does to us. Then we should ask our dear, dear British cousins, well, how do you like it? How long did you think you would party on our backs without paying a price?

    ******

    "Excuse me?

    “Not only is that drivel,but if any nation has had its ww2 history progressively sidelined, ignored and even ridiculed, its us.

    And if any nation has distorted the history of both world wars, its you. The American sacrifices in both world wars ARE appreciated. However, the modern American ‘we saved your ass’ type nonsense is not.”

    *******

    Well excuse me, I guess the British teachers who I speak to are lying to me. I guess compared to how Winston Churchill is being overlooked, the Holocaust being eliminated so as not to offend, and the old Soviet Union being lionized, we should be glad to rate one sentence as the “North American allies” in your textbooks.

    **********

    “If you chuck s**t in someone’s direction for so long, dont be surprised if sadly some of it starts to come back...”

    **********

    Thank you for finally seeing things my way, although, I find nothing sad about it. Sh!t is what’s landing in your lap right now, and after decades of you dishing it out, I am delighted to see you get some of it back. I hope you can handle it as well as you expected us to handle and accept it for the last 60 years.

  • Britain kow tows to China as athletes are forced to sign no criticism contracts

    02/10/2008 9:23:16 PM PST · 55 of 86
    CremeSaver to the scotsman

    P.S. I do hope you caught my reply to you on the Prince Andrew thread. I would hate to think it was wasted.

  • Britain kow tows to China as athletes are forced to sign no criticism contracts

    02/10/2008 9:18:34 PM PST · 54 of 86
    CremeSaver to xJones
    xJones,

    The only time that Britain has ever “liked” America is when that have a use for America. Otherwise they trash us as the garbage that they think we are. A popular British saying during WW2 while they lamented our being over there, they said, “The Americans are overpaid, over sexed, and unfortunately over here.” Charm isn’t exactly their forte, is it? Nothing that we did in WW2 was appreciated. Hell, it isn’t even mentioned in their history book anymore. I look forward to the day when Britain is another EU county and nothing more.

    Why is it necessary for America to have allies? What we have are goals and interests if they mesh fine with other countries fine, then they can be allies, but most often I think you will find that we have nothing in common with Britain or indeed any of Europe. There are many in Europe who want to build a EU army to challenge American military might, and so I have been told to form and alliance with Russia and China to crush the US if necessary. Do your really want them as allies? Do you really want to share military technology with these back stabbers? I wouldn’t.

  • Britain kow tows to China as athletes are forced to sign no criticism contracts

    02/10/2008 9:00:32 PM PST · 53 of 86
    CremeSaver to the scotsman
    Please don’t call me mate, you are not my mate, not now, not in the past, and certainly not in the future. Makes my skin crawl.

    Whoever said that it wasn’t a two way street? I didn’t. I have to admit to being pleasantly surprised by the amount of contempt for Britain that I do see on this forum. I can also say that it is a relatively new phenomena. Ten years ago, five years ago, there would not have been any hint of hostility or bitterness especially not towards Britain. But this is a brand new day.

    That it now exists tells me that at least some Americans are beginning to pay attention to Britain and Europe and the crap that is sent our way. I’m glad that America is finally taking a long hard look at this so called relationship and are finding it sadly lacking. It’s heart warming....mate.

  • Britain kow tows to China as athletes are forced to sign no criticism contracts

    02/10/2008 4:45:23 PM PST · 45 of 86
    CremeSaver to xJones
    I am empathic, xJones, and there was a time when I had real affection for the British also. I have learned the hard way, that to know them better is to love them less, much, much less.
  • Britain kow tows to China as athletes are forced to sign no criticism contracts

    02/10/2008 3:16:56 PM PST · 40 of 86
    CremeSaver to xJones
    Apologize for what? Speaking their minds? Obviously you have never spent any time at any British sites, have you? Americans are regularly ripped, and it would be considered a good day if the only thing that they called us was “ball-less.” You grovel and pander to the British, the rest of us have better things to do with our time.

    Oh, by the way my degree is in European History. They may have had a glorious history, but their progeny are whining, miserable nitwits, and totally useless to anyone including themselves.

  • Prince Andrew: The pampered playboy Britain can't afford

    02/07/2008 10:47:40 AM PST · 27 of 27
    CremeSaver to the scotsman
    Re: #4

    Calm down? I thought I was calm, but far be for me to know myself better than a Brit knows me. Calm down? Who do you think you are, John McCain? Calm down? Rush Limbaugh just said, “Calm down” is what you say to an unruley 6 year old. I agree with Rush, it is extremely patronizing, but not surprising considering the source.

    Could you please tell me who does speak for the British people? I have often wondered where this very silent, and never seen “British people” live. Are they never allowed out to speak? Are they kept locked up somewhere? Why do we never see this “British people” that I am always told loves America. We never get to see them. Bring them out if you can.

    One other thing that I find extremely amusing is how bent out of shape the British get over American entertainment and movies. Just think of this, American movies, made for American audiences, where wow, the American is the hero, not the Lithuanian, not the Estonian, but the American. What a concept, I wish I would have thought of it.

    If your young people are so stupid, and your education system so lacking, that they are inclined to believe everything they see on the big or little screen then it is your problem. If your citizens can’t stand to watch an American movie without believing that it is “real,” if your citizens are incapable of watching an American movie without disparaging the source country then perhaps you should begin creating your own. The outcome would also suit your British sensibilities. Fix it over there, and stop whining about what other people do.

  • Prince Andrew: The pampered playboy Britain can't afford

    02/06/2008 1:01:42 PM PST · 24 of 27
    CremeSaver to the scotsman
    I am always surprised when I read British/European newspapers. I am stunned by the amount of time they spend giving unsolicited and very unwelcome advice about our health-care system, our elections, our second amendment, our weight, our intelligence, and now our foreign policy is under scrutiny by the playboy prince. Do you scrutinize Russia and China the way you do us? When did your idiot prince last offend Iran, North Korea, Germany, or France?

    I am also stunned, but less so everyday, by the amount of vitriol and hate directed at an ally, at a friend. It is odd how we treat you as equals and trust you to take care of yourselves. Our newspapers and our citizens keep our noses out of your elections and never comment on your domestic policies or try in anyway to interfere with your lives. When you elect a new leader we say congratulations and wish you well without questioning the intelligence of your electorate. Do we get the same courtesy? Certainly not.

    As for Americans saying that we saved your bacon in the last world wars, I wouldn't worry about it as you are rewriting history quickly enough and explaining that the real heroes were the Russians by virtue of them having the "most casualties." Makes sense to me. At the rate you are going in ten years, or so, you won't even have to mention America or Americans, although, you will have to come up with a plausible explanation as to why there are so many American graves taking up valuable European/British real estate. It shouldn't be a problem for you, just plow them under and erect some council housing for your new Asian immigrants, and then you can say the Americans never came at all. End of problem.

    You are going to lecture me about about the "idiot" Americans posting on the Telegraph "have your say," and ignore British smugness and viciousness? Why am I not surprised.

  • Prince Andrew: The pampered playboy Britain can't afford

    02/06/2008 5:22:13 AM PST · 16 of 27
    CremeSaver to healy61

    I find that every british site that I go to the “nasty” level is going throught the roof. I am sick to death of the Brits telling America what it should do and how it should do it. The site below should be Britain ON America.

    http://britainandamerica.typepad.com/britain_and_america/2008/01/britain-still-l.html#comments

  • Prince Andrew: The pampered playboy Britain can't afford

    02/06/2008 5:05:37 AM PST · 13 of 27
    CremeSaver to the scotsman
    How odd that he chooses now to make such comments when I don’t believe he has ever said anything worthy of note before, but then America bashing has never been more popular in Britain than it is now. I look forward to the day when the royals and the rest of Britain is just another mediocre province in the all new, all mighty, all knowing EU then the prince can give them the benefit of his vast knowledge.

    It seems that the charming prince has a lot of support at home according to the comments made by Telegraph readers. The comment are “eye opening” too.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2008/02/05/nandrew105.xml#form

  • Remains of last Russian czar's heir may have been found

    08/24/2007 10:24:52 AM PDT · 8 of 21
    CremeSaver to Gatún(CraigIsaMangoTreeLawyer)

    Granddaughter. There was a Romanov living in France, but I can’t quite remember if he died childless (?) or not.

  • Britons fear rise of the yob. Spate of assaults and killings adds to mood of society unravelling

    08/20/2007 11:52:57 AM PDT · 164 of 173
    CremeSaver to Myrddin
    Talking with other New Yorkers I can usually pin point where they are from. Upstate sounds totally different from Long Island, and Brooklyn is quite different from the Bronx.

    P.S. Whenever I ask OnStar for anything it always says, “Pardon?” I repeat the request and it says, “Pardon?” I give up, and get an operator. A car and a person separated by a common language. LOL!

  • Britons fear rise of the yob. Spate of assaults and killings adds to mood of society unravelling

    08/20/2007 10:09:49 AM PDT · 162 of 173
    CremeSaver to Myrddin
    I moved from New York to Florida and have I often said to my Floridian neighbors we really could use an interpreter when having a conversation. They find it very funny when I open my mouth and say something in "New York." Both New Yorkers and Floridians can spot a Canadian as soon as they open their mouths. Canadians have a distinct accent, SmileyCentral.com
  • Britons fear rise of the yob. Spate of assaults and killings adds to mood of society unravelling

    08/20/2007 8:14:01 AM PDT · 160 of 173
    CremeSaver to Myrddin

    LOL! I believe it. There are times when even the translation doesn’t mean much to me either. We speak “American” over here, and even that can vary from state to state. :O)

  • School deaths that stunned black America

    08/19/2007 6:48:09 PM PDT · 46 of 55
    CremeSaver to gcruse

    Oh my gosh, I never heard of this. Despicable.

  • Canada-Mexico-U.S. summit set for Monday

    08/19/2007 6:45:15 PM PDT · 33 of 35
    CremeSaver to processing please hold; janetgreen
    You are both right. I used to hear about this “new world order” and think sarcastically, “how catchy.” But think about it. The EU and A North American Union each organization works to eliminate more and more sovereignty of single nations. Eventually, and I do believe this is by design, there will be no borders at all. Little by little borders are being rendered unnecessary toward a new world order governed by whom? At least we will know who the "founding fathers are."
  • School deaths that stunned black America

    08/19/2007 1:01:55 PM PDT · 10 of 55
    CremeSaver to John Jorsett
    These murders have stunned all Americans. They were just so useless and brutal. We have a major problem growing in this country, and that is an unnatural indifference to human life. It is truly frightening.
  • US prepares to plug hole left by British troops

    08/19/2007 12:58:28 PM PDT · 128 of 128
    CremeSaver to uksupport1
    "All the best for you and the US, "

    ...and to you and yours also.

  • Britons fear rise of the yob. Spate of assaults and killings adds to mood of society unravelling

    08/19/2007 12:53:51 PM PDT · 34 of 173
    CremeSaver to Global2010
    You have to learn how to speak "English" if you want to keep up. LOL!SmileyCentral.com
  • Canada-Mexico-U.S. summit set for Monday

    08/19/2007 12:47:58 PM PDT · 16 of 35
    CremeSaver to processing please hold
    It has reached a point where I hate to hear of any kind of disaster natural or otherwise, any where in the world because now the first thing I think of is, “How much is this going to cost us?” Our government gives money away like it grows on trees, and usually to people who hate our guts. Are they hoping to buy love? It isn't working.
  • Britons fear rise of the yob. Spate of assaults and killings adds to mood of society unravelling

    08/19/2007 12:41:46 PM PDT · 25 of 173
    CremeSaver to Global2010

    Takeout!

  • Canada-Mexico-U.S. summit set for Monday

    08/19/2007 12:38:26 PM PDT · 8 of 35
    CremeSaver to processing please hold

    How much more of America will Bush give away?

  • Immigration debate gets angrier -- Groups loudly press for state, local crackdowns.

    08/19/2007 12:18:10 PM PDT · 10 of 72
    CremeSaver to SmithL

    All these pro illegal immigration groups did was shine an ugly light on themselves. Legal Americans didn’t like what we saw. If they wanted uncontrolled immigration, they would have been better off keeping quiet.

  • To Be or Not to Be "American"

    08/19/2007 8:45:17 AM PDT · 19 of 25
    CremeSaver to PlainOleAmerican
    "American writer, published where the press is still “free”. "

    Ahhh, that explains it, I was wondering why we never see anything like this published here.

  • Why the Brits are Losing Basra

    08/18/2007 11:28:31 AM PDT · 49 of 74
    CremeSaver to batco-barry
    American involvement with the IRA has always been greatly exaggerated. Ask the first ten Americans on the street about the Irish Republican Army and 9 out of 10 will have no idea what you are talking about, and the tenth one will answer: Is that Ireland’s Army? My own Irish grandfather didn’t have any idea who they were. If a few pub goers in NYC or Boston passed the hat that does not mean that the entire US was involved, or that it was sanctioned by the government.

    Try this:

    http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/ira/reports/america.html

  • Overnight home invasion turns deadly

    08/18/2007 10:48:57 AM PDT · 31 of 36
    CremeSaver to TheBattman

    If it’s Bayshore it’s drug related. No surprise here.

  • Why the Brits are Losing Basra

    08/17/2007 4:08:10 PM PDT · 44 of 74
    CremeSaver to batco-barry

    Please see post #41.

  • Why the Brits are Losing Basra

    08/17/2007 3:54:29 PM PDT · 41 of 74
    CremeSaver to Renfield
    Do you think there are any muslims living in Britain who are sending money to terrorist groups who are killing American soldiers? Why aren't the British doing anything to stop these "grassroots" British citizens from providing funding to terrorists? Hmmmm...?/s SmileyCentral.com?
  • Please Pray for my brother Matt

    08/16/2007 6:42:00 PM PDT · 104 of 112
    CremeSaver to patriciamary

    Prayers for Matt, I hope all is well.

  • Infantile America

    08/16/2007 6:35:30 PM PDT · 38 of 68
    CremeSaver to Snoopers-868th
    I'm with you. I remember the first time I heard of someone "smokin' grass." I couldn't imagine why anyone would want to smoke...um...grass. SmileyCentral.com LOL!
  • Sun, sea, sex and bitter regrets - middle-class girls and their holiday secrets (Daily Mail,UK)

    08/15/2007 5:50:08 PM PDT · 24 of 51
    CremeSaver to fanfan
    "It’s too bad that they don’t have more pride in themselves. "

    That probably has a lot to do with it, that and peer pressure. Everybody does it so I have to do it too. I don't understand the parents. I don't think I could sit idly by while my daughter became a piece of "holiday" ham.

  • Sun, sea, sex and bitter regrets - middle-class girls and their holiday secrets (Daily Mail,UK)

    08/15/2007 5:39:25 PM PDT · 22 of 51
    CremeSaver to fanfan
    If she doesn’t read that for herself, I’ll deliver the message personally for you. LOL!
  • Sun, sea, sex and bitter regrets - middle-class girls and their holiday secrets (Daily Mail,UK)

    08/15/2007 5:21:26 PM PDT · 17 of 51
    CremeSaver to fanfan
    This is sad, but I couldn't help noticing that two of these girls posed for pictures to accompany the article. Have they no shame or is it advertising for the next "holiday?"

    To my daughter, who occasionally lurks here: Don't even think about it. SmileyCentral.com

  • Why the Brits are Losing Basra

    08/15/2007 4:53:47 PM PDT · 5 of 74
    CremeSaver to Renfield
    EU Referendum is an excellent site with very, very intelligent and knowledgeable people writing and posting there (no I don't post there, quite a bit over my head), they have been tracking the British military situation for quite sometime, and it really does seem very bleak for Britain. I would imagine that the EU is hoping that Britain will eventually become the muscle end of this European superstate. I fear both will be very disappointed with the final product. All of which leads us to reconsider our NATO obligations, pronto.

    The EU Referendum did a great job on exposing "green helmet guy" and staged propaganda from the last Israeli conflict in Lebanon, too.

  • Rove Incident Causes Editor to Declare: Keep Political Views to Yourself

    08/15/2007 1:24:55 PM PDT · 44 of 79
    CremeSaver to Steve_Seattle
    " the cameras caught Paula Zahn, then with Fox News, in a big cheer."

    I remember Brit Hume announcing Gore was leading in some state and you could hear Paula say "yessss" off camera. So I guess she was doing this sort of thing the whole night. I was so appalled by her behavior that I left FOX and surfed around not watching any particular channel. Paula Zahn, professional journalist? Yea, sure.

  • Iraqi woman's house hit by bullets

    08/15/2007 11:50:17 AM PDT · 13 of 22
    CremeSaver to SirJohnBarleycorn

    LOL! I thought I would be the only one who noticed that. :O)