Monday, May 28, 2007

Remember them always.........


May the memory of this president fade into nothingness as the memory of the soldiers he wasted in battle grows to greater prominance. May we all be "rebels of the Sacred Heart" with solidarity forever.

Monday, May 21, 2007

Not just the worst foregin policy

Jimmy Carter meant it......I will say it....

George W. Bush is the worst President in United States History....on all counts!!!!

Saturday, May 19, 2007

Finally, A President With Some "Constitution"

I would just like all to note the words of President Jimmy Carter. The man, for however much people dont like him, really came through here and I hope citizens (in addition to the readership) will consider what he has to say:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/6672035.stm

Mr Carter told the BBC Mr Blair's backing for US President George W Bush had been "apparently subservient".

He said the UK's "almost undeviating" support for "the ill-advised policies of President Bush in Iraq had been a major tragedy for the world".

His comments came as Mr Blair paid what is likely to be his last visit to Iraq.

He flew into the capital, Baghdad, for talks with President Jalal Talabani and Prime Minister Nouri Maliki at which he is expected to push for greater reconciliation between Iraq's Sunni and Shia factions.

Mr Blair is due to leave office at the end of next month.

'Global schisms'

Mr Carter said that if Mr Blair had distanced himself from the Bush administration's policy during the run-up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq it might have made a crucial difference to American political and public opinion.

"One of the defences of the Bush administration... has been, okay, we must be more correct in our actions than the world thinks because Great Britain is backing us," he told the Today programme on Radio 4.

"So I think the combination of Bush and Blair giving their support to this tragedy in Iraq has strengthened the effort and has made the opposition less effective and prolonged the war and increased the tragedy that has resulted."

The war had "caused deep schisms on a global basis", he said, and he hoped Mr Blair's successor, Gordon Brown, would be less enthusiastic in his support for it.

The former US president has been a fierce critic of the US-led war in Iraq.

In an interview last year, he said he was "disappointed" by Tony Blair's failure to use his influence with President Bush more wisely.

In 1976, Mr Carter unseated the incumbent Gerald Ford to become the 39th US president, serving until 1981.

He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002, for what presenters cited as decades of work seeking peaceful solutions and promoting social and economic justice.

--Courtesy BBC

Sunday, May 13, 2007

Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Back to English




I changed the language of the Blog back to English. I wish I knew Italian so that I could have changed it to that. Someday I will remove the bushel basket from the light.

Thursday, May 03, 2007

We fought a revolution to rid ourselves of the British Monarchy. Why do we welcome the Queen to our shores to celebrate what they tried to destroy?

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Need a Night at Nanny's

I need a night at Nanny's. I miss the uncompromised atmosphere that we get at the bar. Plus I want to try out my new video phone and see if we can add some things to the blog.

I also want to discuss what direction we should take the evolution of Norm at Nite for the summer. I just realized that we missed the road trip for Flogging Molly. Oh well.