Friday, December 22, 2006

Merry Freakin' Christmas - Dec 22

Mr. Garrison of South Park gives us a little Christmas ditty I don't think you'll be hearing from the carolers anytime soon. I listened to the uncensored one and actually found this censored version to be much funnier. Just remember, God loves those who have a sense of humor.

Ah yes, 'tis the season. Thought you'd like that one. Anyhoo, here's Stratfor's year in review for 2006 (pdf format). Please note that there is a link on the sidebar. If you click on it you can get free weekly intelligience all year round. Amuse your friends and confound your enemies!

Be Still My Beating Heart Dep't: From the Globe and Mail is a wonderful bit of anti-dhimmitude from our Prime Minister. Mr. Harper suggests the radical idea that negotiating with hate groups such as Hamas is a waste of time. He's not opposed to dialogue per se, but talks that are based on deceit are bound to fail. Such common sense from a Canadian politician is rare these days.

Got a real heart warmer for you here. By God's amazing grace, a 105 year old village elder in India accepts Jesus Christ as his personal Saviour and gets baptized. A 105 years! I couldn't wait 105 seconds, never mind 105 years. God is awesome, is He not?

Frontpagemag brings us an article on nuclear proliferation in the ME. Gosh, what could possibly go wrong?

As you enjoy your (probably very heavily) rum-laced eggnog this Christmas season, please keep those troops stationed abroad in your prayers and thoughts. Think of U.S. Marines and British troops in Iraq and our boys in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

I think one of the major differences between Islam and Judeo-Christianity is our complete willingness to invite strangers into our homes and our churches and synagogues. Not so with Islam. Don't even think about tagging along with a Muslim friend to the Hajj if you're not one of them. Of course why anyone would even bother going to the KSA in the first place is a mystery to me.

Meet Jose Padilla, ex-mujahideen and all-around scumbag.

This just in. It's cool to be tight with God!

Bit of a hodge-podge of a post but it'll do for now. Hey, if you can't laugh about God and religion then you probably can't laugh at all.

Johnny Cash

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