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» The revised Iraqi constitution from Arguing with signposts...
Michele has gotten her hands on a copy of the revised anti-war version of the Iraqi Constitution. (I'm impressed that she was able to work in "hegemony" AND "oligarchy" in the text)... [Read More]

» Reactionary Michele Gets It Right from The Politburo Diktat
A Small Victory: reading between the lines It took her a while, but she finally understands. Excellent grasp of implicatons and realities of US occupation!... [Read More]

» Monday, 03-08-2004 from Tiger: Raggin' & Rantin'
Tiger Bites™ is a listing of links to those posts I found during the day that I thought were excellent, either passin' along some important information, displayin' great insight into some topic, bein' of special interest, or just a bit... [Read More]

» Absolutely Brilliant from Mind of Mog
Michele's post on the new Iraq Constitution, absolutely deserves linkage. She has so totally nailed the moonbats. Brilliant. Credit to the Commissar for this one. He was up a lot earlier than I was, more on the ball too. [Read More]

» THE NEW IRAQI CONSTITUTION from DiscountBlogger
Michelle has the tinfoil hat version posted at her place. I have no doubt that there are people out there who believe exactly what she has posted.... [Read More]

» How the anti-war crowd sees the signing of the interim iraqi constitution... from c0llision.org
Curtesy of A Small Victory, here is how the anti-war, anti-american, anti-Bush and anti-democracy ultra-leftists see the signing of Iraq's interim constituion... Funny.... [Read More]

» Not The Iraq Constitution from tarek speaks crap...
Found this on A Small Victory: NOTE: Before i get a whole load of people complaining or back-patting this has nothing to do with my political views...I don't necesarily agree with everything said/implied...I just thought it was funny! [Read More]

» Nazis in Baghdad from The Politburo Diktat
The BFEE strike again, comrades, now forcing a constitution right out of Mein Kampf on Iraqi people. Look at similarities of Nazi decrees of 1933 and new Iraqi constitution/Transitional Administrative Law: Both written on paper. Both are rather long, d... [Read More]

» Iraqi Constitution from canadiancomment
Here is an funny take on the new Iraqi Constitution as liberals would read it. [ Via A Small Victory]... [Read More]

» Constitution Irakienne from Le blog de Polyscopique
Here are some interesting analysises on the Iraqi constitution: Evan Kirchhoff at 101-280 looks at the individual rights which will be secured by the constitution for Iraqis and Steven Den Beste explains how the Iraqi constitution is structured to avoi... [Read More]

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Wow, hegemony AND oligarchy! I am impressed!

You know, this is funny, but the sad fact is that there is a whole crowd out there who thinks like this.

Lots and lots of them, Patrick. With me, it goes back and forth between sad and absoultely farking hilarious. But mostly sad.

Wow, what an intelligent entry...

Oh, poor Boz. Has no sense of humor.

God you're brilliant this week. :)

"Conquership"? Kewl.
And I thought Wyoming was the Republic of Cheney.
Somebody should post this (in all seriousness) to Atrios and count how many members of the Chomskyite horde take it seriously.

That was brilliant.

You do this a lot -- explaining to us what people are really thinking.

It's quite marvelous, being able to read the minds of people you've never even met. Surely you can make more productive use of this gift than cranky right-wing blog posts.

I find it ironic, in reading Boz and Thlayli, that it is ::ahem:: "conservatives" who are always stereotyped as humorless and told to lighten up and get the joke.

Michele, I think you hit just a tad too close to home for those good old boys.

oh lordy, Teeth

I thought I would take your advice and wandered over to Atrios...but with having to both register (and wait) to post there, plus just reading the most recent post of Kos giving himself a dislocated shoulder from patting his own back made me want to go shower immediately.

eewwww.

but what about the evil Zionists???

Read between these lines:

I really (couldn't) care (any less than I do right now) about (what liberals think of) Iraq's new constitution.

Jesus. Stop doing that. Now I have to link you AGAIN.

Thlayli, quit it, you're actually amusing me. And I'm sure you didn't mean to do that.

Bob, it does take intelligence to lampoon people's stupidity that well... I'm impressed.

Hahahaha!

I enjoyed that very much Michele!

That was just about as much fun as I can have with my trousers up. Funny and true at the same time.

"You do this a lot -- explaining to us what people are really thinking."

For the purposes of comedy and satire.

"It's quite marvelous, being able to read the minds of people you've never even met. Surely you can make more productive use of this gift than cranky right-wing blog posts."

It's satire.

I thought all those Anti-War folks liked Star Bucks.

"I was for the threat of force, but not the use of force - and saying that will not diminish my ability to use the threat of force when I am president, because I will use the threat of force and and use the use of foce with the consent of the world, not in spite of the world, and isn't that how you lead, by following - not by ignoring, by listiening - and not by speaking, by saying and not by doing. For when Bush did what he said he'd do, he lied and people died. Or as my favorite poilitcal philosopher - Derrida - said: 'I think (too much, and have no principles) therefore I am (a lefty, dovey, morally repugnant, mporal relativist, duplicitous democrat).' So I say to you - as far as this so-called constitution in Iraq: they have more rights then us, and no Ashcroft, so they're more free than us. BRING IT ON!"