Moonbat quote of the week (I know…the week’s still young, but still…):
"How can you thank him (Petraeus) for his service when we’re slaughtering Iraqis every day?"
It is fitting that the anti-war women for "peace" activists chose such a diluted color as pink for their trademark. They are, after all, diluted of all sense and propriety. Pink is a very weak color.
If you can stomach it, here’s the Codepink Blogspot.
Why on earth would you advertise this?
Do they honestly think that video makes them look good?
Here’s their version of events. You can learn the names of the protestors who received their 3 minutes of fame at Monday’s testimony.
Gee….that’s so clever! Isn’t it neato how I can replace the word "Generals", substituting it for anything I want (such as "pink peace fascists") and the bumper sticker phrase still rhymes?
Here he is, getting his pink slip from the Capitol Police.
What a Kodak moment! Aah, memories!
Credit for the photo goes to the pinko flickr album.
A former fetus, the “wordsmith from nantucket” was born in Phoenix, Arizona in 1968. Adopted at birth, wordsmith grew up a military brat. He achieved his B.A. in English from the University of California, Los Angeles (graduating in the top 97% of his class), where he also competed rings for the UCLA mens gymnastics team. The events of 9/11 woke him from his political slumber and malaise. Currently a personal trainer and gymnastics coach.
The wordsmith has never been to Nantucket.