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August 30, 2005


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"Robertson Apologist Blasts Jackson"
"Heritage Foundation accolyte Rejects Reverend"
"Bush's Fears of Chavez Legitimize Call for Murder"
"Venezuela Sweetens Pot for Latin American nations undermining Legitimacy of World Bank Bankruptcy Plank"
"Heritage Foundation Defines Parameters of Unnecessary Military Spending: Venezuela Is Out of Bounds"
"He's A Strongman Because He's a Strongman, Not Because He was Elected"

Pick your headline. this dumb s!*%% is really pervasive in the media ain't it.


I can hear Spence now;

I don't know Star Parker!

but I'm old school and country like that. Even when a publicly certifiable chickenheaded strawberry shows her teef like this - my eyes tend to roll up in my head and suddenly I'm involuntarily channeling Sgt. Vernon Waters;

You know the damage one ignorant Negro can do? We were in France in the first war; we'd won decorations. But the white boys had told all them French gals that we had tails. Then they found this ignorant colored soldier, paid him to tie a tail to his ass and run around half-naked, making monkey sounds. Put him on the big round table in the Cafe Napoleon, put a reed in his hand, crown on his head, blanket on his shoulders, and made him eat *bananas* in front of all them Frenchies. Oh, how the white boys danced that night... passed out leaflets with that boy's picture on it. Called him Moonshine, King of the Monkeys. And when we slit his throat, you know that fool asked us what he had done wrong?


Ain't no story like A Soldier's Story.

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