Friday, February 13, 2009

Senate Intel: Now It's PUBLIC Intel

Feinstein (another Senator for the Final Solution), shows that being on the Senate Intel committee does not imply having an intelligence quotient exceeding the square of 2.

At a hearing, Feinstein expressed surprise over Pakistani opposition to the campaign of Predator-launched CIA missile strikes against Islamic extremist targets along Pakistan's northwestern border.

"As I understand it, these are flown out of a Pakistani base," she said.

Gee, thanks, you dumb babe!


Scott said...

You know, your cute little "Final Solution" jab is getting seriously offensive. You should stop doing it, and maybe even apologize for trivializing the suffering of millions of people, some of whom are still living among us.

Dad29 said...

Screw you, Scott.

It's not "cute." It's reality.

Scott said...

You compare a public policy proposal that you don't agree with to one of the most horrific events in history, simultaneously demonizing the left half of America and trivializing the suffering of millions.

Upon reflection, we're both wrong. It's not reality, and it's not cute either. Its evil.

Billiam said...

More like the Party of Death strikes again,. The party of unfettered abortion, assisted suicide, now this. Scott, when gov't picks up the tab for your health care, they will also claim the right to tell you how to live, or die because they don't want to pay for certain procedures. They can tell what to eat, etc. Didn't you read the case in Oregon, I think, where the state wouldn't pay for a cancer treatment, but WOULD pay for assisted suicide? Imagine that, if you can, on a Federal level. There's your evil.

HeatherRadish said...

Why yes, Daschle's plan to kill off millions of old and sick people--I believe the previous term was "useless bread-eaters" in the name of efficiency IS evil.

There was a study released a couple of months ago showing hormone replacement therapy shrinks the brains of women who use it. I immediately thought of Pelosi/Feinstein/Boxer/Waters...who will no doubt be allowed whatever treatments they desire without their personal physicians being fined or jailed.