Next Stop: Saudi Arabia

As promised, today I plan to talk about our little war in Iraq. But first I’d like to drop a very contraversial observation into the mix, for all my liberal friends.

I am against abortion. If you think I’m a prick for saying so, then you haven’t read this entry. If you had, you would probably at least give me a little room to talk. But, for the sake of argument, let’s say that abortion is a good idea. I think we should take it to the next level, and legalize killing of elementary age school children. Because let’s face it, kids that age are WAY more inconvenient and aggravating than a baby could ever be. Yes, babies cost a lot of money, and they cry a lot, but that’s because they are limited in vocabulary. But babies never beat each other up, throw mud and rocks at each other, whine constantly that ALL their friends’ parents bought them a miniature BMW, and why can’t he have one. Elementary kids cost a lot of money, too, and their vocabulary, as luck would have it, is actually a bad thing, because now they can tell you how much they hate you. (And each other.) Babies never tear each other down for being different or for physical characteristics. But that’s pretty much the only thing elementary age kids do. So, here’s my point. I think that abortion should be legal, but I think there should be a 7 year waiting period, to see if the kid is one of those annoying brats, or if they’re a good kid. Let’s face it, before they’re born, it’s too hard to tell. Oh, and by the way, I do not want a big discussion about abortion on my comments. This was merely to get you to think, not to try and influence you.

And without further eloquence, here’s today’s official topic. Iraq.

First of all, I would like to make a blanket statement that I think Bush is a bumbling idiot. However, I also think he has the best interests of the country in mind. So where does that leave me? Well, I didn’t vote for Bush, and I also didn’t vote for Gore. I voted for the Libertarian candidate, whoever that was. So after 9/11, I remember wanting us to promptly turn around and drop tactical nukes on the entire middle east. I didn’t want to think about it, or investigate, I wanted to make assumptions, and kick some middle eastern butt. So if George Bush had gone in on 9/12 and nuked the bastards, I’m pretty sure I would have shot off fireworks and had a party. And I’m fairly certain that with the emotions we all had at the time, there would have been an overwhelming majority that agreed with me.

HOWEVER, that is not what we did. Instead, we fiddled around, “investigated” and whatnot, and eventually decided to fight the Taliban. OK, this was anticlimactic, but at least we were killing someone. But it wasn’t enough, and it wasn’t soon enough, so it left me feeling like we didn’t really get revenge for 9/11 or say to the world “If you F$@# with us, we will kill every single one of you lousy F@#$ers, and we won’t feel bad about it, because we are America.” Frankly, that’s what I wanted. And I talked with a lot of other people that felt the same way.

But more time passed, and the emotions that were so intense for the first few months started fading. Then Bush said…”Iraq is evil, must kill them.” Now, let me preface this by saying, I agree that Iraq was bad, and needed to be killed. But if we went in because of “Al-Queso” connections, we went into the wrong dang country. Where did the terrorists of 9/11 come from? Iraq? No. Afghanistan? Nope. North Korea? Wrong again. You idiots, they came from freaking Saudi Arabia! Why are we not dropping nukes on them? Yes, I know the so-called answer to that question. However, “diplomatic relations” and “financial interests” do not null the fact that every stinking one of those terrorists came from there. It seems Saudi Arabia is churning out more extremists than all of the other middle eastern countries combined.

Very Interesting.

So in summary, yes, I say we go ahead with our plan of kicking the crap out of Iraq. Yeah America. Next stop: Mecca.

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this editorial do not necessarily reflect the views of the author.

  12 comments for “Next Stop: Saudi Arabia

  1. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: theMightyDingus Oh, and Incredipete, I’ve felt that some people should be eligible for ‘retroactive abortions’ for years. I figure we should limit them to the 180th trimester though. Once they’ve made it that far, most have settled down.

  2. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: theMightyDingus Ms. Right, since you didn’t specify gender, I’m definately in on that. It’s a bit of a drive (from CA), but you sound worth it. Let me know what time I should arrive… 😉

  3. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: Incredipete I could be wrong, but it sounds like 3-4 women are going to be in my bed tonight…

  4. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: thea Hey there sunshine. I won’t touch the abortion thing, … each to their own, however I do have a funnee: Do a search on ‘miserable failure’ and get back to me at my e-mail. I think you’ll get a kick out of it. And as for the roadtrip sugar, Ms. Right Now is not invited to skitch behind the car or anything else.

  5. Ms.
    November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: Ms. Right Well, girlfriend, I was hoping that the two of us could invite Incredipete up for some 3 way fun. I’m pretty sure that’s Incredipete’s dream. Although, it sounds like he’d rather have a 3 way with jennyanydots and I. Hmmm. I’d be willing to put aside my differences with her. jennyanydots, if you’re interested, email me here. I’m kidding, of course. Since you’re married I suppose you wouldn’t want to join in. Anybody else out there interested? Let me know.

  6. Ms.
    November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: Ms. Right’s Girlfriend When are you going to tell Incredipete about our relationship? You have to tell him 🙂

  7. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: Incredipete That’s cool, Teets! You know, I always wanted to be a pyrotechnician. Well, actually, I wanted to be an arsonist, but it’s basically the same thing, just less jail time. You should come up and watch his fireworks, and then come out to my place for my giant barbeque! In fact, you’re all invited!

  8. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: onehotmama18 Well, I guess if they do that, I’m dead.

  9. Ms.
    November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: Ms. Right While we’re at it, I think we should execute all of the women that keep trying to steal Incredipete away from me.

  10. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: shillingsworth I am totally in agreement on the nuking of Mecca. If Reagan were president, it would already have been done. BTW, I absolutely loved the catfight!

  11. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: wilberteets Guess what Incredipete? Somewhere up there in your neck of the woods, lives my cousin, the pyrotechnician. He is one of the guys who does the fireworks displays for Kansas City, or Garden City… Somewhere up there. I’m sure he is gearing up for July 4th.

  12. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: Roger Hi Incredipete, I’ve sent you a couple of pictures linked to the last half of the entry, I hope they come out OK. As for the first half, that certainly sounds a good idea after last night. Our lovely little man became evil git boy, to which end we both got about three hours sleep. All of a sudden your idea makes sense! (Only joking, I hope)

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