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Thursday, March 29, 2007

An Open Letter to president George W. Bush

B. Thomas Cooper - Editor



Mr. Bush,

With each passing day it becomes increasingly obvious your administration lied to the world about key evidence leading up to the invasion of Iraq. The invasion was in clear violation of US and international law, including the Geneva Accord, and has resulted in the destruction of Baghdad and the deaths of nearly a half a million Iraqis.

As president of the United States, you and you alone shoulder the ultimate responsibility
for crimes committed by members of your administration, including war crimes. Under your command, bombs were dropped on mosques and hospitals, civilians were murdered in cold blood while they slept, and innocent people were repeatedly tortured and beaten.

Saddam Hussein was hung by the neck for similar crimes, but in fact, the invasion has already resulted in a greater number of deaths. Why then should not yourself and other members of your administration face similar charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity?

Should you in fact find yourself charged with such crimes, will you voluntarily co-operate with the international criminal courts, or will you become a fugitive of justice? Furthermore, in the event that you are found guilty of these crimes, a very real possibility, will you accept the authority of the courts? And what if you are sentenced to death?

Do you really believe you are above the law? Do you really think you deserve to get away with what you have done?

I don’t.

B. Thomas Cooper - Editor


Friday, March 09, 2007

Coulters' Caustic Discourse

B. Thomas Cooper - Editor




Ann Coulter loves the spotlight.


She relishes the notion of talking smack while the whole world watches. She claims to be a scholar of one thing or another, but her words tell a different story. I think she’s a fraud... or worse.

Is it just me, or does Ann Coulter have an Adam’s apple?

Once again, Coulter is embroiled in controversy over her inappropriate remarks about democratic presidential candidate John Edwards, whom she referred to as a “faggot”. She tells Fox Television her remarks had nothing to do with the gay community, which reminds me…

Is it just me, or does Ann Coulter look like Skeletor in drag?

ann_coulter Skeletor

The resemblance is uncanny, if I may say so. Still, I realize comparisons such as this can be offensive, and as such, I apologize in advance if I have offended any cartoon fans. Skeletor deserves better.

So does America.


B. Thomas Cooper - Editor


Thursday, March 08, 2007

America Is Dead!

B. Thomas Cooper - Editor




A Nation Mourns.
Captain America is dead, gunned down by an assassins' bullets, a sad ending for a man who dedicated his life to the pursuit of dangerous criminals. America, aka Steve Rogers was facing life in prison at the time of the shooting, although he will most likely be remembered for his high ethical standards, and blinding dedication to his work.

Rogers had fallen upon difficult times of late, including his well publicized dust-up with the federal government. Still, few had expected such a rapid decent, comparable in scope, only to that of the late Britney Spears. Captain America will be dearly missed. Funeral arrangements have yet to be announced.

B. Thomas Cooper - Editor


Friday, March 02, 2007

George W. Bush, King of Cowards

B. Thomas Cooper - Editor




Face the facts folks; if you’re a Bush supporter, you’re probably a coward.


It’s true, you know. I’ve never met a Bush supporter who wasn’t.
Denial changes nothing.

As Patrick Henry proclaimed, “Give me liberty, or give me death” He was right of course. Life without liberty is no bonanza.

Take the Patriot Act, for instance.

The Patriot Act is salve for the weak of spirit. As Ben Franklin stated “All human situations have their inconveniences. We feel those of the present but neither see nor feel those of the future; and hence we often make troublesome changes without amendment, and frequently for the worse”.

Oh, you mean like the Patriot Act?

It was also Franklin who stated: “Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.”

Yep… that would most certainly include the Patriot Act. In fact, The Patriot Act is anything but the work of patriots. It is indeed, the folly of fools and cowards. You won’t find a quote by a brave man who disagrees, which brings us full circle…
If you are a Bush supporter, you’re probably a coward.

Indeed, I have met my share of Bush supporters and all have been cowards to the man. Not one brave soul amongst them. It is neither noble nor patriotic to guard the door while the fox raids the henhouse. Anyone who would allow another man to fight and die rather than speak up against a bad war is indeed a coward.

You’ll know a man by his deeds, as Christ stated, and he was against war. It’s amazing how many Americans claim to be Christians, but ignore the teachings of Christ outright. How Christianly.

So listen up, Bush supporters,
Drink the cool-aid and go to hell! You can run but you can’t hide. The truth will indeed be your longest shadow. Here’s the deal, and I know Patrick Henry would agree. You can shoot me dead with your little guns and I will die with my boots on. You, on the other hand, will still be a coward.


B. Thomas Cooper - Editor