How long before some wingnut European (or former Attorney General Ramsey Clark) declares that the publication of this photograph is a violation of Hussein’s civil rights and the Geneva Convention?
by John Cole| 12 Comments
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What’s more disturbing, are we using those “no-face” guys from the X-files… you know, the one played by that guy who was in Cobra with Sylvester Stallone with the two axes that kept calling Sly “pig” all the time?
Good call, Norbizness!
I’ve noticed most of the conservative blogs have made absolutely NO mention of the soldiers who were killed in Iraq today.
It’s so much safer now that Saddam has been captured–CODE ORANGE!!!
I’ve noticed that most of the pro-war, conservative blogs have made NO mention of the soldiers killed in Iraq. It’s so much safer with Saddam gone…
I agree with dq. Life was so much better when Saddam was still in power. The sun was a little brighter, the air was a little fresher, and the birds sang their happy little songs a little more happily.
Ohhhhhh…the dems and imams seem to twitter “Saddam”!
Every lefty’s mom seems to whisper “Saddam!”
Each little rose
Tells me it knows I love you, I loooooove you.
Norbizness, what’s really disturbing is that you admit to seeing ‘Cobra.’ :)
Alas, I did as well, but you admitted it first. I remember the ‘pig’ references and his spittle as he was saying it.
“All right guys….now, let’s set him up here, put his arms in the air, like he’s comming after me. And I’ll stand over here, gun in hand.
Man, that will be awsome.”
I liked the hostage scene in Cobra where the bad guy says he’s gonna blow up that supermarket and Stallone says “Go ahead, I don’t shop here”.
Tarantino, Coppola, and Scorcese just can’t pull off that high quality of writing.
Cobra isn’t as bad as it gets. There’s a couple of deeper levels, like Tango & Cash, which is a major improvement on Over The Top.
Once was too much for both those movies.
Greg, don’t forget the other classic: “You’re the disease. I’m the cure.”
We need more Cobra open threads, because Jay’s last quote reminds me of Chief Wiggum:
“Fat Tony is a cancer on this fair city! He is the cancer and I am the … uh … what cures cancer?”
dq: Maybe some of us haven’t mentioned the soldiers killed in Iraq today because *some* of us have friends over there and are waiting, praying and hoping that it’s not one of them.