Thursday, December 30, 2004

This Week's
Of The
Bell Curve


The National Review's

(trans. Even we can't stomach
dealing with him on a daily basis!)

Jonah Goldberg

Kofi's stingy uncle
Jonah Goldberg

Dec. 28, 2004

As of this writing the death toll in Asia from the killer tsunami exceeds 50,000.

What can I say?

Jonah gets his news from FOX.

Almost immediately, the United States put together an aid package of $15 million, with assurances that more will be on the way.

Cite your source, you Fascist Fundie Liar!

We also dispatched emergency relief teams and Navy patrols both to help with the aftermath and to assess what more we can do. "We also have to see this not just as a one-time thing," Colin Powell said. America is in the reconstruction effort "for the long haul."

Can you spell HALLIBURTON?

This commitment, however, was not generous enough for Jan Egeland, the Norwegian bureaucrat who heads up relief efforts for the United Nations. "It is beyond me why are we so stingy, really," Egeland told reporters, according to Bill Sammon of the Washington Times. (We'll let the "we" pass unmolested.)

Now there's a truly credible source, Jonah!


American and European politicians, Egeland complained, "believe that they are really burdening the taxpayers too much, and the taxpayers want to give less. It's not true. They want to give more."


Nobody objects when the United Nations helps victims of natural disasters, so U.N. defenders always use disaster relief and peacekeeping as their chief tool for fundraising. The problem is that the United Nations is not an impartial philanthropic organization. It is a political institution where a broad coalition of nations hope to curtail the power and influence of the United States. more...

What a colossal crock, Jonah!

You and your mother are dangers to democracy!


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