Feb 16, 2008

A word from our sponsors

Leaving aside for the moment the contentious issue as to whether the right to bear arms referred specifically to narrowly defined local bodies, [which should be useful once states have been persuaded to enlist Blackwater as a state run militia] rather than meaning that any clown who wants one should be able to purchase a fully automatic assault weapon, the general drift of the National Rifle Association’s (NRA’s) assertion of the right to fearsome weaponry can be taken a step or two further.

Being able to purchase shoulder fired missiles, for example, would do wonders for our ability to get rid of those annoying helicopters that regularly fly over, and, to take the last logical step, nuclear bunker buster weaponry would allow the next crazed gunman literally to take out the entire town that has been steadily driving them nuts over the years in one go. Should red blooded Americans be deprived of these opportunities?

Suggested economic and geopolitical strategy
1. Print mountains of dollars on Mr. Bernanke’s fine machine.
2. Shovel dollar mountains into oil fields.
3. Light blue touch paper.
4. Retire rapidly.

The weighing of the heart against the feather of truth

Anubis, the jackal headed on the stand facing Osiris, eats the heart if the weighing goes against you.

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