Archive for September 6th, 2008

Eli’s Obsession With The Yahoo

Been a while since I’ve done one of these.  Since Teh Google all but delisted me, I get hardly any juicy search results leading to my blog.  But this Yahoo search definitely deserves a mention.

Yes, Multi Medium is the #1 search result for define feckless democrats.

And just for sheer random, it is also the #2 search result for bill gates and roy orbison.

September 6th, 2008 at 04:16pm Posted by Eli

Entry Filed under: Eli's Obsession With The Google

Irony Continues To Be Dead

If it were almost anyone else, I would be amazed that he could say this with a straight face:

Vice President Dick Cheney, in the sharpest U.S. criticism of Russia since its brief war with Georgia, on Saturday accused Moscow of reverting to old tactics of intimidation and using “brute force.”


“This chain of aggressive moves and diplomatic reversals has only intensified the concern that many have about Russia’s larger objectives,” Cheney said.

“For brutality against a neighbor is simply the latest in a succession of troublesome and unhelpful actions by the Russian government.”


“At times it appears Russian policy is based upon the desire to impose its will on countries it once dominated, instead of any balanced assessment of security interests,” Cheney said in his prepared remarks.

He noted that a senior Russian military official threatened Poland with attack over its involvement in the missile defense system. “That is no way for a responsible power to conduct itself,” Cheney said.

“And it reflects the discredited notion that any country can claim an exclusive zone of authority, to be held together by muscle and threats,” he said.

“That is the old thinking,” Cheney said. “The old ways are gone, and the Cold War is over.”

Russia’s leaders should consider whether “bullying others will turn out well for their country’s future” and whether Moscow wants to “operate in the modern world as an outsider,” he said.

“Russia’s leaders cannot have things both ways,” Cheney said. “They cannot presume to gather up all the benefits of commerce, consultation, and global prestige, while engaging in brute force, threats, or other forms of intimidation against sovereign countries.”

I guess it’s only okay to threaten or invade countries that are really far away.

September 6th, 2008 at 02:04pm Posted by Eli

Entry Filed under: Bush,Cheney,Iraq,Wankers,War

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