Monday, December 31, 2007

Jerk Off Lawyer Keys Marine's Car

I could not pass this up. This jerk off deserves what ever comes to him. All service members, retired or active duty, unite! SEMPER FI!

From Blackfive:

This ought to make your blood boil. And this Marine should receive a commendation for not kicking the living crap out of the guy...seriously.
Marine Sgt Mike McNulty is on activation orders to Iraq (second tour). On December 1st, 2007, Mike went to visit a friend in Chicago before deploying to say goodbye. In order to get to his friend's residence, and keep in mind that Chicago is a myriad of diagonal and one-way streets, the front entrance (right way) to the one-way street was blocked. Mike, being a Marine, overcame and adapted by driving around the block to the other end of the street and backing up all the way to his friend's place.
While saying goodbye, at about 11am, he noticed a man leaning up against his car. Mike left his friend's apartment and caught the man keying his car on multiple sides. The rest is here.

Any suggestions on how to legally go after this guy? Could someone in Illinois report him to the Illinois Bar?

Friday, December 28, 2007

What should be the U.S. Response to the Bhutto Assasination

What should the U.S. do in response to the Bhutto assassination? Unfortunately, our options are limited. President Bush has already renounced the assassination. Following are the options as I see it:

1. Do not undermine Musharraf. Even though he is a dictator, he is the most stable person we have at this time. We have no choice but to continue to help him stabilize the country. Any attempt to undermine him will just throw the country into more chaos.

2. Offer to aid Pakistan in the search for the assassins. Offer Special Forces units to work with Pakistan's military to hunt down and capture the people behind this. If they are caught, give all of the credit to the Pakistan military.

3. Strengthen our alliance with Pakistan by offering to help rebuild areas destroyed by the riots. Make sure most of the work is done by local Pakistanis.

4. Try for a stronger Military alliance with Pakistan. Try to negotiate adding more troops to help the Pakistan Military root out Taliban and Al Queda forces. Of course the military and intelligence agency are probably infiltrated with Taliban and Al Queda, so these agents will need to be rooted out.

5. Encourage Pakistan to keep on with the elections. We should do everything in our power to encourage democracy in Pakistan.

This is my opinion on what needs to be done. Of course you know what they say about opinions...

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Sunday, December 23, 2007

Merry Christmas

To any or all who read this blog, I wish all of you a Merry Christmas. May God bless you in the new year. May God fill your heart with praise for sending the gift of his only son for the forgiveness of our sin.

Election Blues

I've been burned out on politics lately. I have not had much interest in any of the candidates. I do follow the news, but find myself apathetic about any of the campaigns. I can't support any of the Democratic candidates. Most of the Republican field are better than the Democrat field, but I am not excited about any of them. Ron Paul is a loon. Huckabe, Rudy, and Romney are all pretty much RINO's. McCain pisses me off. Duncan Hunter can't seem to get his message out, and Thompson is barely campaigning. The only two I really like are Duncan Hunter and Fred Thompson. So I sit back and watch, and hope. I hope a true conservative wins the Republican nomination and goes on to win the geneal election.