Thursday, October 27, 2005

Miers Quits, Pale Hosers Win

Harriet Miers has withdrawn from the nomination for the Supreme Court, the White House said at 9:00AM this morning.

The Chicago White Sox have won the World Series.

All is right in the nation.


The life of Indigo Red is full of adventure. Tune in next time for the Further Adventures of Indigo Red.

7 comments:

dcat said...

Amen! :)

Sofocleto said...

Tuesday, October 25, 2005
The Miers Nomination

Indigo Red: I support the Miers nomination.


Thursday, October 27, 2005

Harriet Miers has withdrawn from the nomination for the Supreme Court, the White House said at 9:00AM this morning.

Indigo Red: All is right in the nation.



Does anyone smell a contradiction here?

Sofocleto said...

thanks, Dubya!

A study released by Iraq Body Count in July put the number of Iraqis killed daily at 60, compared with 40 last year- 82 percent adult males, 10 percent children, and women about 8 percent.

Indigo Red said...

Does anyone smell something disgusting --- oh, it’s just Sofomoron!



Friday, October 14, 2005
“Good and Bad Staging”

The idiot Sofocleto said...

100,000 Iraqi civilians dead, says study
The Guardian - Friday October 29, 2004

About 100,000 Iraqi civilians - half of them women and children - have died in Iraq since the invasion, mostly as a result of airstrikes by coalition forces, according to the first reliable study of the death toll from Iraqi and US public health experts.

One year has passed. How many more died since that time?
3:23 AM



Today, Thu, 27 Oct 2005 15:22:00 -0700 (PDT), the idiot Sofocleto said...
thanks, Dubya!

Iraq Body Count, a U.S.-based nonprofit group that tracks the deaths using news reports, estimated that the total of Iraqi dead since March 2003 invasion ranges from 26,690 to 30,051.


Which is it Sofomoron – “About 100,000 Iraqi civilians” or “26,690 to 30,051.”

Didn’t the teachers in Portugal teach you math or reading? The al-Jazeera article (immediate suspicion of source) ends with this paragraph, “A study released by Iraq Body Count in July put the number of Iraqis killed daily at 60, compared with 40 last year- 82 percent adult males, 10 percent children, and women about 8 percent.”

What kind of death? Iraqi Body Count, once again, includes ALL Iraqi deaths – heart attacks, cancers, sudden infant death syndrome, homicide, suicide, honor killing, measles, chocking on pork chops, appendicitis, brain farts (why aren’t you dead yet?), auto accidents, as well as war related deaths. They also don’t make any distinction between civilian and combatant, fool.

You still haven’t answered the original questions:

1. What would you have done in Iraq?

2. What do you propose be done in the future vis-a-vis the world?

3. What's your point?


BTW – Dubya says, “You’re welcome.”

Indigo Red said...

Sofomoron Part II --

Being that you have no understanding of American politics whatsoever, you would not understand that there is no contradiction whatsoever in my support of the nomination, but not necessarily supporting the nominee. It happens all the time.

In the case of a SCOTUS nominee, the Constitution provides no requirements for the office, so there is nothing upon which to make a valid judgment either way. I was willing to leave the decision to the Senate.

If you had actually read the original piece clearly, you would have seen my position was that the President nominates and the Senate accepts or rejects. The Senate was to have the last word and it was clear from the start that Miers was not to be confirmed. I supported the President's right and authority to nominate, not the nominee.

All is right in the nation because, unlike the flimsy governments of the Euroweenies in which this situation would have led to the fall of the government in short order, the government of the USA goes on without skipping a beat. This is so because none of our governmental institutions are dependent upon any individual. Government workers are all replaceable without any upset to the system at all. That was the plan in 1787 and that is how it worked in 2005.

I also wrote that the Pale Hosers won the World Series. You didn't comment on that, so, I guess you are a White Sox fan or at least an atheletic supporter.

Tom C said...

or at least an atheletic supporter.

ROFLMAO. We used to put Atomic Balm in our enemies suporters! Sofo can't be an athletic supporter. They actually serve a purpose.

dcat said...

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!