Daily Update 9/20/05

Daily Update:
Korea Agrees to Get Rid of Nukes
Mayor Nagin Reverses Call to New Orleans
Here's a True Crime post, first after Hurricane Katrina.

True Crime tends to pale when thousands are dying in the worst natural disaster in history.

We re-visit Aruba where, while Katrina raged, three criminals were released from Aruban jail.

Update on the famous Wendy chili finger and children kept in cages by cruel caretakers.
It's a Katrina for Kaitlyn update.

Documentation of what would be hilarious if not so sad examples of federal and state ineptness.

And a great picture montage mapping New Orleans and where all the failures occurred.
Lots of comments on Katrina and Bush the pickle brain bastard

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Can We Trust Kim Jong Il This Time?

Though esteemed ex-President Bill Clinton has been out and about bashing the current administration, they failed nowhere more miserably than in Korea.

For years this little fat turd has been systematically starving his people while feeding only the military and those who work on his happening nuclear program.

The Clintons, under the representation of Madeline Albright, allowed the midget dictator dictate the terms of any nuclear agreement.

"I build only for peaceful nuclear purposes," the imp would piss on Albright's foot and tell her it's raining.

If pitiful North Korea should be spending resources on anything it should be on GROWING FOOD!

The current administration, under the velvet-gloved fist of Condi Rice, this past weekend negotiated an agreement with Kim that pretty much sums it up.

Kim gets rid of that wasteful nuclear program, which he uses to ship to our enemies across the world to get funds to keep HIM in power. He gets rid of them. PERIOD.

Rice says the proof is in the pudding. I suppose the UN will send its Inspector Clouseau nuke team and they'll find nothing.

We shall see, we shall see.

From CTVNews:
North Korea has agreed to give up all its nuclear programs and return to the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, China's Xinhua news agency is reporting.

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In return, the secretive communist country will get oil and power aid, reported South Korea's Yonhap news agency on Monday.

North Korea will also have the right to a civilian nuclear program if it regains international trust, Yonhap said.

Nagin Pulls Head Out of Butt

Last night he pulled back on his call for citizens to return.

It's been whispered all about the Blogosphere that Ray Nagin, Mayor of New Orleans and pathetic leader, is desperate to get citizens back into New Orleans in anticipation of the 2006 elections.

Now remember, THIS Blogger ain't saying this is so but hey, I'll spread a rumor on a dime.
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Right now I'll give this sad sack of (insert anything here you want) the benefit of the doubt and understand that the man is a Mayor WITHOUT a city.

How despicable is it that he wants people to return to a city with no 911 emergency system, no phone service, no electricity, no trash service and a big hurricane looming in the Gulf?

He's not going to win. If the Feds say no I guarantee you he won't buck them.

With all the finger pointing after the flood take it to the bank the other Louisiana authorities will shut Nagin up about repopulating that city until the Feds give the go-ahead.

Another reader raises a baby cardinal!

Details in this Bird post and some beautiful pics.

It's a Miscellany post and we take on the insensitive memorial design for the 911 victims of Flight 93.

Also, info on another pro-America march and a shockingly true history test.
It's a TV review.

For it's down to the final eight on Fox's "So You Think You Can Dance?"

Let's take a look at the finalists and some wise words on dancing from someone with a dancing dachshund.



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