I am a regular BlueOregon reader. I know, I know, they try to keep black people from voting. I keep saying that so it must be true.
But despite their racial prejudices, I keep going back. Why you ask? Maybe it's the fact that they champion the first amendment but have banned me (and others) from commenting on their site. Maybe it's how they pass themselves off as psuedo-sophisticates by ending a good number of posts with the word "discuss." What follows in the comments consists of "Bush sucks" and isn't much of a discussion. Or, quite possibly, it's that Kari Chisholm is constantly lauded in the Fishwrapper as a "media consultant" when he is a partisan hack in every sense of the word.
Anyways, BlueOregon has a new cartoonist who looks to be around 10 years old. Far be it from me to attack a child, I just feel bad that he's been indoctrinated this young. His poorly drawn cartoons consist of, wait for it... "Bush sucks."
But to get a real taste of the intelligence and sophistication over at the segregation loving lunch counter, you have to read this post by Cody Hoesly. I'm not sure which is funniest, the fact that he cites a movie as evidence that we will not have peace for the next 100 years:
Now you only need see Syriana for the latest reminder that global peace doesn't stand a chance for at least a couple hundred years.
Hey Cody, it's a MOVIE. You know, pretend, make-believe. Or that he thinks Google Earth is going to bring us world peace. (The thesis of his post) He seems convinced that before Google came around with their satellite pictures no one could find those secret military installations that various countries were hiding. So I guess now you go into the Pentagon and see a bunch of military analysts hundled around their Dell computer using Google to find secret bases.
I'm sure that Rumsfeld is right now being yelled at for not thinking of this whole "satellite" thing sooner...
Try not smoking pot before you blog Cody.
As for you Kari, you even deleted my comment from you post that you started with This is a personal appeal to our right-wing readers:. Did having something intelligent to say interupt the realistic calls for impeachment?