The Jury Talks Back


Women and babies

Filed under: Uncategorized — aunursa @ 9:05 pm

Alan Dershowitz reports:

In one recent incident, Israeli intelligence learned that a particular house was being used to manufacture and store rockets.  It was a clear military target since their rockets were being fired at Israeli civilians.  But the house was also being lived in by a family.  So the Israeli military phoned the house, informed the owner that it was a military target, and gave him thirty minutes to leave with his family.  The owner called Hamas, which immediately sent dozens of mothers carrying babies to stand on the roof of the house.  Hamas knew that Israel would never fire at a house with civilians in it.  They also knew that if, by some fluke, the Israeli authorities did not learn that there were civilians in the house, and fired on it, Hamas would win a public relations victory by displaying the dead civilians to the media.  In this case, Israel did learn of the civilians and withheld its fire.  The rockets that were spared destruction by the human shields were then used against Israeli civilians.

Ann Coulter banned for life

Filed under: Uncategorized — Scott Jacobs @ 4:39 pm

Drudge informs us that NBC has seen fit to ban Ms. Coulter from all its affiliated channels because of the content of her new book.

And what might it be that would so anger them?

But one network insider claims it was the book’s theme — a brutal examination of liberal bias in the new era — that got executives to dis-invite the controversialist.

“We are just not interested in anyone so highly critical of President-elect Obama, right now,” a TODAY insider reveals. “It’s such a downer. It’s just not the time, and it’s not what our audience wants, either.”

Who did they replace her with?  Perez Hilton, the jack-hole who offered up $1,000 to anyone that would hit Ann with a pie.

Such tolerance of other ideas…  Such love of peace…

Excuse me while I spit.

A solution to Burris?

Filed under: Uncategorized — Scott Jacobs @ 6:18 am

I was thinking…  Since it seems likely that Burris would win his court case should he be barred from being seated (and hey, let’s not forget that Cheney could always go to him, and once sworn in could not be barred), why not just let him in?

And then Reid can start a vote to expel him.

Either way, this will look bad for the Dems.  Very, very bad.

When people ask me what state I’m from, I think I’m going to start lying…

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