Thursday, March 17, 2005


Babble on.

"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times..."

Who to believe? The American soldier who has seen the situation on the ground with his own Mark I eyeballs, or the avowed Chimpy Bushitler-hating Mayor of Socialist-Utopiaville?

I know where I stand.

Babble off.

Update: I may have written this with one too many glasses of green wine last night (don't ask, it's a pretty pathetic St. Paddy's Day story). Timmy is a passionate advocate of his positions. While I believe he allows anti-Americanism (not simply anti-Bushism or anti-Republicanism) to creep into his monologues far too often, I also know that I have my own blind spots. I may disagree with him on this issue, but I can't fault him for being honest about his beliefs.

Of course, he's still a Greenpeace-funding, tofu-eating, picket-carrying, NO BLOOD FOR OIL! screaming, commie-pinko moonbat, so maybe he deserves what he gets. ;)


At 11:38 a.m., Blogger Timmy the G said...

Anti-Americanism? Utter nonsense. We see through two different prisms, Damian. The fact that we can do so civilly (most of the time) is a credit to both of us.

So, for a shotgun-humping, gub'mint-hatin', union-busting, red-meat consuming, warmongering, red-ensign-draped slobbering wingnut, you're a-okay.:)

At 2:58 p.m., Blogger JR said...


Timmy may be a “passionate” and possibly “honest” advocate but his ‘arguments’ are filled with many of the fallacies that typify the defeatism on the left. Following your link I’ve offered Tim some criticism that illustrates this.




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