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Pinko Donating Member (64 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Sep-28-05 10:07 AM
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There's No Justice Like Show Justice is usually a comedy website (and a pretty funny one at that), but today, a half-serious article was posted on their front page about the conviction of Lynndie England and Michael Brown blaming everyone but himself for the handling of Katrina, among other things. It can be found here

Personally I feel compelled to blame the elderly, handicapped, and poor citizens for not taking the opportunity to prove the impossible is possible, that miracles can and do happen. Look at the miracle unfolding in Iraq right now. Under Saddam Hussein the country was a totalitarian state with limited freedoms, harsh punishments, and oppressive conditions. Now it's miraculously changed into a giant exploding tinderbox with a bunch of rival factions trying to claim ownership of the oil, because that's probably the only thing that isn't going to be completely owned by foreign companies. While the new government argues what exactly the government can and can't do, lots of tourists with guns have come by to shoot at people and set off bombs. They weren't there before, so that's a brand new threat we inspired. I hear that we had to go into Iraq to fight this new threat there so that we wouldn't have to fight them here. I know my neighbor wants to kill me and I'm going to prove it by murdering his family.

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