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By ATWadmin On January 30th, 2009 at 8:56 am

I see that renowned political scientist and erstwhile comedienne Roseanne Bar has come up with a solution for the Middle East…

“I am going to move to israel and run for president there and win. When I am elected, I will make peace for my people and help to turn Israel into the socialist paradise that German and Russian Jews meant for it to be. I would first pay all the palestinians really well and give them self determination. I would beg America to broker a peace deal between we israelis and all our neighbors. I would ask the UN nations to send alot of it’s chinese soldiers to patrol the streets of all cities in the region as peacekeepers. I would invite the pope and all christian doctines as well as mormonism to invest in jerusalem to make it a center of peaceful technologies. I would make Jerusalem the INTERNATIONAL CITY OF BROTHERHOOD AND PEACE exactly as my people’s holy books instruct them to do. I would ask Hashem to be in control and not me..”

Anyone remember back when she was funny?

Game Over

By ATWadmin On October 13th, 2008 at 10:21 pm

Republicans, admit it – the game is up, resistance is futile, your words have been deflected, your ideology is in shreds, you have been found out and defeated by your foes.

All that remains is for the enemy to dispatch the wounded and claim your women.

Michelle Malkin brings us the coup de grâce :

Now It’s GI Barack

By ATWadmin On September 7th, 2008 at 10:11 pm

DESPITE failing to mention it in either of his two autobiographies, Barack Obama has remembered that he once considered enlisting in the US military.

You know, I actually did. I had to sign up for Selective Service when I graduated from high school. And I was growing up in Hawaii. And I have friends whose parents were in the military. There are a lot of Army, military bases there.

And I actually always thought of the military as an ennobling and, you know, honourable option. But keep in mind that I graduated in 1979. The Vietnam War had come to an end. We weren’t engaged in an active military conflict at that point. And so, it’s not an option that I ever decided to pursue.

Well fair play to you B. Hussein old son. It’s not your fault the US wasn’t engaged in any active military conflict at the time. If it were, no doubt you’d have been off to the recruiting office demanding to do your bit for Old Glory. Some scurrilous buggers will put it about that you’re making it up, but the rest of us believe you.


By ATWadmin On May 30th, 2008 at 10:25 pm

As you know, I have little fondness for John McCain since I consider him a RINO and one that needs put out to pasture. However, I now see a good reason to support him. Susan Sarandon says that if John McCain gets elected, she will move to Italy or Canada. She adds, "It’s a critical time, but I have faith in the American people."  I agree and I hope they vote McCain in so that the US loss can be Canada or Italy’s gain. Bye Susan – missing ya already.

Hillary Sticks Her Beak In

By ATWadmin On December 29th, 2007 at 1:30 am


I’ll pander to anyone!

Well, that didn’t take long.

Maybe Janet Reno and her crack team of super-sleuths are available.


Democrat Hillary Clinton called on Friday for an international probe of Benazir Bhutto’s killing and candidates in both parties sparred over foreign policy six days before Iowa kicks off a close presidential nominating race.

Clinton, battling rivals Barack Obama and John Edwards for the lead in Iowa, questioned the reliability of Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf’s government after opposition leader Bhutto’s assassination.

"I don’t think the Pakistani government at this time under President Musharraf has any credibility at all," Clinton said in an interview with CNN as she campaigned across Iowa. "Therefore I am calling for a full independent international investigation."

Considering Obama threatened to invade Pakistan a couple of months ago, calling for an investigation may be a no-lose proposition.

But seriously, Pantsuit, everyone wants to know what happened.

It’s not as if you’re going out on a limb here.

And tell us, how exactly would this independent international investigation take place and under whose jurisdiction?

Bhutto’s killing on Thursday prompted candidates to flex their foreign policy muscles and, in the case of Clinton and Edwards, tout their experience. Several other Democrats leveled harsh criticism at Musharraf.



I suffered through a couple of Democrat debates and cannot honestly recall Pervez Musharraf’s name ever coming up.

Now we’re supposed to take these Democrats seriously when it comes to foreign policy and the dire situation in Pakistan and the region?


At least one sober adult weighed in.

Republican Fred Thompson, a former Tennessee senator who is lagging in Iowa polls and trying to make up ground, warned against rushing to a conclusion on Musharraf and said candidates should be more "deliberate" on Pakistan.

"I don’t think it would be a good idea to call for him to step down now," Thompson told CNN. "I hope that we as candidates out here don’t start lobbing these ideas that get plenty of attention but are not very sound."

At this point when we have several different accounts of what happened Thursday in Pakistan, it’s wholly irresponsible for presidential candidates to start sticking their noses into an investigation.

It’s to be assumed the White House and State Department are fully informed of developments. Should they choose to brief top candidates, it’s their choice.

At this time, however, Mrs. Clinton and the rest of the shameless Democrats ought to step back and stop being so reckless with our foreign policy.

After all, she and her husband’s first and foremost priority is to "repair our image" with the rest of the world, no? How exactly will that be accomplished by making reckless statements and proposing absurd ideas as a full independent international investigation?

I’ll assume some reporter might flesh this out, but word is she’s not taking any questions.



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