Friday, June 09, 2006

Fun Friday

Ah Friday, a great day. I'm going to keep it lighthearted this morning... right after this:

For those who insist that treating terrorists like the scum that they are would only "encourage" more terrorists or be a "recruitment" tool I say this: the only proven, and by proven I mean it was stated by Bin Laden, terrorist recruiting tool we know of is retreat. As in Somalia. Remember? Before Bush was president? Does any liberal remember life before Bush was president?

Putting large swine in the cells with prisoners at Gitmo is not a proven terrorist recruiting tool. It hasn't been tried yet. Retreating has. We saw where it got us.

Ok, now for some fun. For those of you who are new to Al Gore's invention (the internet) you may not have seen the Numa Numa Dance. I promise all of you that I will do my own Numa Numa when illegal aliens get treated like the criminals that they are. The video will be posted here.

One of the funniest sites out there deals with true stories of political correctness gone too far. Make sure you check out Tongue Tied.

And for my calendar section:

TODAY:
The Citizen Caucus and Oregonians for Immigration Reform, will be conducting a joint rally honoring the arrival of Frosty Wooldridge's "21st Century Paul Revere Ride" on the capitol steps Salem, Friday June 9th @ 11:00 a.m.

TOMORROW:
GOP Road To Victory BBQ
DATE: June 10th
TIME: 4pm to 7pm
LOCATION:
BG Plaza
3800 SW Cedar Hills Blvd
Beaverton, OR 97005
(next door to the old Westgate Theater)

Victoria Taft and Vance Day will be there.

2 comments:

Ric said...

For those who may not know, the Westgate is now a pile of rubble. Look for all the City trucks in the parking lot.

dchamil said...

The rally on the capitol steps featured the Paul Revere riders on their way to Washington, D. C., to advocate restriction of illegal immigration.

Listen, my people, and you shall hear
Of the riders named for Paul Revere.
Started early in April, 2005
Many a man is now alive
Who remembers that famous month and year.

-- with apologies to Longfellow