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This reminds me of the one time I tried to inject a little sanity at RedState. I registered and, in my first and only attempted post, typed two words "What WMD"? My account was closed before the post appeared.
The American right-wing is hostile and immune to reason and logic. In fact, once they have decided to believe something false, reasoned rebuttal actually reinforces said belief. It's utterly pointless to argue with them. That's why we are reduced to reviling and ridiculing them.
10/4/2010 11:04:51 AM
"Oh, so that's where my Nigerian yellowcake went!"
10/4/2010 1:20:52 PM
This is incredibly offensive to Muslims and liberals. (And presumably liberal Muslims are even more offended.) FOADIAF plz...
10/4/2010 2:12:49 PM
People still believe that Saddam wanted a nuclear weapons program in the 21st century?
10/4/2010 3:48:26 PM
The funny thing is this retard inadvertently put his finger on the truth behind the entire Iraqi WMD story put forth by the Dubya administration.
It was a comic book plot.
10/4/2010 4:55:36 PM
I know this is offensive, but it's actually pretty funny
10/4/2010 6:27:43 PM
It's like superman, but with a debilitating weakness to pork products.
10/4/2010 6:29:05 PM
Guessing you aren't an X-men fan then. A niqab wearing Muslim woman capable of turning to dust must really scare the daylights outta ya.
10/4/2010 7:49:59 PM
I think the 99 would like a word with you.
Oh, and anybody saying comic books are only for children or idiots, or that they aren't "real literature": Go read The Sandman, then we'll talk.
Edit: Damn, name beat me to it. (About the 99, not Sandman)
10/4/2010 7:53:01 PM
He fell in the non-yellowcake? I thought he fell on some depleted uranium we aren't shooting the shit out of them with.
10/4/2010 8:21:34 PM
Fawful has seen God has a vagina on top of his penis.
"landed in some of the 5000 tons of yellow cake uranium that the liberal progressive socialists refuse to believe had anything to do with saddams wmd program"
What the fuck is Yellow Cake Uranium?
Liberal Progessive Socialists? Do these people even KNOW what they're saying?
During the lead-up to war in March 2003, Hans Blix had found no stockpiles of WMD and had made significant progress toward resolving open issues of disarmament noting "proactive" but not always the "immediate" Iraqi cooperation as called for by UN Security Council Resolution 1441. He concluded that it would take “but months” to resolve the key remaining disarmament tasks. The United States asserted this was a breach of Resolution 1441 but failed to convince the UN Security Council to pass a new resolution authorizing the use of force due to lack of evidence.
10/4/2010 9:03:11 PM
I read the source material. I really should not have. They are simply vile over there.
10/4/2010 9:07:03 PM
How does I understood what yellow cake is?
10/4/2010 11:17:18 PM
Pffft, Iraq canceled their chemical weapon and nuclear programs back in the 90's after UN sanctions following the Gulf War. Continued trade embargoes from the USA and UK left Iraq with bigger and more fundamental problems than the need for weapons development.
10/5/2010 12:37:14 AM
Except for the fact they don't get their 72 virgins. Hell, I'd be pissed if I couldn't die and receive 'em-also reminds me of the fallout 3 perk.
10/5/2010 2:01:17 AM
backstory of the Moonbat "super hero"
He can melt peoples brains with his concentrated stupid!
10/5/2010 2:55:55 AM
DC comics already came up with such a hero, his name is the Human Bomb and he is a member of the Freedom Fighters, a group of superheroes led by the living embodiment of the USA, Uncle Sam :P
Well, technically the first version of the character was created by Quality Comics in the 1940s, but DC bought the rights to the Quality characters after Quality Comics went out of business in 1956, like they did with the Charlton and Fawcett Comics characters. Each stable of characters was given their own alternate Earth in the DC multiverse.
Wow, "comics will rot your brain!" much? I'm reminded of my mom's stories about having to hide her Disney comics from her own mother when she was a kid, back in the late 1950s/early 1960s. ^^"
I have a few issues with superheroes comics (mainly with their usually very flawed portrayal of evolution), but as a medium comics can be just as good or as bad as any other medium, and reading comics doesn't prevent you from also reading novels or other kinds of book. As a matter of fact I suspect that comics can act as a gateway to "heavier" reading, much like Harry Potter books do nowadays.
10/5/2010 5:37:55 AM
The Lazy One
So THAT'S where my uranium went! Some guy landed in it and became a reusable explody-bomb!
10/5/2010 5:53:01 AM
I wouldn´t even dare to imagine what this guy would think about "Shalom man"
10/5/2010 5:59:27 AM
Actually, that comic sounds lulzy as fuck. I'm going to draw it.
Ach, no I won't. I'm so bloody lazy.
10/5/2010 11:10:12 AM
Watchmen, The Sandman, V for Vendetta, Saga of the Swamp Thing, Preacher, The Unwritten, WE3, 100 Bullets, Promethea, The Invisibles, Transmopolitan, Y the Last Man.
I think comic books have earned their legitimacy as an artistic medium.
10/5/2010 12:13:34 PM
Double posts are evil.
10/5/2010 12:14:36 PM
Ouch. Humor fail.
And. For. The. Last. Time. Bush. And. His. Cabinet. Lied. About. WMD's.
10/5/2010 2:46:14 PM
HEY DON'T GIVE COMIC BOOKS A BAD NAME! But comics rarely mention a superhero's religion, although there are gay superheros if that counts.
10/5/2010 4:49:43 PM
Most American superheroes are vaguely deist/Protestant, but there's a lot of variation. The two largest universes have gotten so large the main purpose of most of the major plots recently seems to have been weeding them down.
I'm with the pro-comic crowd; I will express it with "shut up, Xotan." And you other guys. Comics aren't even made for kids any more, so whoever said that is even more out of touch than lunatic here.
My brother (the little one, not Adam 'Nicholae Carpathia' who posts here sometimes) is a Robin fan, and I have to screen all the comics I get him in case of pulp fiction material, so the genre's come kinda full circle, except it's developed all kinds of potential. I like it.
10/5/2010 8:04:29 PM
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