Monday, September 11, 2006

For 9/11, Dogpile > Google

The Corner points out that Google - commercial collaborators with Chinese tyrants - don't have anything up for 9/11 while Dogpile has this:

It's amazing that the fear of alienating Islamofascists and liberal fascists (read: Democrats) trumps showing solidarity with the country that allowed the Google guys to become billionaires. I wonder if they think they can buy their way out of their throats being cut for being infidels?


Anonymous said...

That's it, Dirk? I expected more commentary on your site than what Dogpile put up on 9/11. No comments on the Path to 9/11 fiasco or the speech or anything? You must be super busy

Dirk Belligerent said...

Yes, I am. But since you took a moment to stop by, here are a few quick hits about recent events:

* Dubya's 9/11 Speech: Since he didn't announce that he was nuking Damascus or Terahn nor sealing the borders from infiltration and invasion, I thought it was more blah-blah-woof-woof. Is it 2009 yet?

* The Path to 9/11: Its most valuable service was to reveal how terrified Democrats are of the Truth of their utter lack of seriousness about defense be revealed. Dubya didn't threaten to shut down any studios for Michael Moore's fictions, yet ABC risked losing their license for telling it like it was about Clinton AND Dubya? Never again can they speak of free speech without their noses growing.

As for the show, it was good but there were too many needlessly fictionalized scenes, like the main "Sandy Berger hangs up" one. The Truth is damning enought without making up stuff. Just the facts, ma'am. 7/10.

* Rove/Cheney/Libby Never Leaked Valerie Plame's Name: Well....DUH!!!! I've always said that Joe Wilson was always a liar and after three years and one bogus unrelated indictment, even the WaPo fesses up what it knew all along.

The disgrace of the Treason Media is how they (along with Armitage and Powell) sat silently while innocent men were forced to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on lawyers to defend against nothing; aware the whole time that they knew the truth but refused to print it because it didn't get their "Kill Bush" agenda.

* New iPods: Whoa! 80GB video iPod for $349?!? I paid $389 for my 4G monochrome 40GB less than two years ago. Neato.

Back to the grindstone.