Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Mark Felt IS an American Hero, period.

The man who was "Deep Throat" has finally come out. It was Mark Felt, 2nd in command at the FBI all those years ago. Mark Felt is an American Hero. End of story people. I am disgusted with these peices of shit who are getting on TV, such as G. Gordon Liddy, Monica Corwley, Bob Novak, and others who are claiming that Mark Felt is a traitor, or a coward. FUCK YOU GUYS! I truly wish there was a hell so you bastards could rot in it.

The man is a hero, he not only deserves our respect but he deserves our thanks.

Thank you Mark Felt, the majority of Americans appreciate what you did. You are indeed a true American Hero.

Friday, May 20, 2005

Star Wars Episode III Semi-Review (WARNING: contains spoilers)

Just got home from seeing the movie and overall I enjoyed it. It is probably my favorite movie out of all the Star Wars; including the original trilogy.

I only had a few complaints about the Episode III and I will list them here:

1) Not enough background on Gen. Grievous, I knew little about him.

2) No way in hell should have Obi-Wan kicked Gen. Grievous's ass so fast. The dude had four fucking arms, each with a light saber. He's obviously KILLED other Jedi, so how in the fuck does Obi-Wan own him so easily? This is probably my major complaint.

3) No black suit Vader action? What the fuck. All I have is his "duels" with Ben and Luke? Fucking lame. The jump from episode III to episode IV is too big. Episode III should have lasted a little longer in years; to see how Vader reaks havok on the galaxy.

Other than that I throughly enjoyed the movie. It seemed to start out slow (the very beginning where they are flying peacefully) but then BOOM you were launched right into the middle of a huge battle. I was surprised to see Count Dooku die so soon but I think it was an interesting choice. It got the story rolling fast. The dialogue throughout the middle could have been better but no biggy, Lucas isn't known for his amazing dialogue.

I would probably pay the 9 bucks to see this movie again if I wasn't broke.

So, those are my thoughts, but what did you guys think? Feel free to comment.

Sunday, May 08, 2005

Surprise, surprise! Bush and his administration have lied again.

Recently, it has been reported that we have captured Al Qeada's third in command. This was presented as a "a critical victory in the war on terror" by Bush himself. Well, it turns out that Abu Faraj al-Libbi was not the third in command. That position belongs to Anas al-Liby, and he is still on the loose. According to the Times Online:

"Bush called him a “top general” and “a major facilitator and chief planner for the Al- Qaeda network”. Condoleezza Rice, secretary of state, said he was “a very important figure”. Yet the backslapping in Washington and Islamabad has astonished European terrorism experts, who point out that [Abu Faraj al-Libbi] was neither on the FBI’s most wanted list, nor on that of the State Department “rewards for justice” programme. Another Libyan is on the FBI list — Anas al-Liby, who is wanted over the 1998 East African embassy bombings — and some believe the Americans may have initially confused the two. When The Sunday Times contacted a senior FBI counter-terrorism official for information about the importance of the detained man, he sent material on al-Liby, the wrong man. "

So who is al-Libbi?

"'Al-Libbi is just a 'middle-level' leader,' said Jean-Charles Brisard, a French intelligence investigator and leading expert on terrorism finance. 'Pakistan and US authorities have completely overestimated his role and importance. He was never more than a regional facilitator between Al-Qaeda and local Pakistani Islamic groups.'"


Well, well, well. More lies from a corrupt Administration! I wonder if the MSM will pick this up? Oh who the hell am I kidding?--That won't happen.

The article can be found Here

Friday, May 06, 2005

FINALLY!

I am geniunely happy that I can finally post about something GOOD the Bush administration has done. I just noticed this headline: "Bush demotes officer in charge of Abu Ghraib". Here, Here! Thank you. I was surprise that this actually happened, and I think it is a very good move. Brig. Gen. Janis Karpinski needed to be demoted for her blatant dereliction of duty. She allowed us to be disgraced as a nation, and thankfully she has been punished for that. I still think that this torture issue goes higher up in the chain and I hope more action is taken. However, I am glad this step has been taken. Thankfully, the Bush administration has finally made a good move in dealing with this attrocity.

You can find the article Here