Friday, November 03, 2006

The New York Times gives aid to the terrorists. AGAIN!

Why is this propaganda paper still operating? Why can't the government just shut it down and hang all the traitors in its employ?

The New York Times directed terrorists to a web site that contained Iraqi documents that detailed how to make a nuclear bomb. Unbelievable! President Bush and Congressional Republicans did not put up this world wide web site so that anti-American papers such as the New York Times could publicize its existence to the terrorists.

Look, I know what you might be thinking: "The New York Times was just reporting a story and didn't realize that they were giving aid to the terrorists." If this is what you are thinking then it's because you are ignorant. This is not an insult. I'm just pointing out that anyone with this line of thinking doesn't care enough about their country to educate themselves.

The fact of the matter is that the New York Times has established a pattern of helping terrorists development nuclear technology.

Just look at this New York Times article:
Nuclear Agency Closes Part Of Web Site

That was clear back in 2004! Are you going to tell me this isn't part of a strategy? You don't see a pattern?

The New York Times:
U.S. Shutters Site With Saddam - Era Files

The New York Times:
Secret Los Alamos Papers Found During Drug Search

The New York Times:
Restraints Fray and Risks Grow As Nuclear Club Gains Members

The New York Times:
North Korea's Nuclear Intentions

Quite frankly, if you are reading this and don’t see the problem then you deserve to be a permanent shadow on a concrete wall, but the rest of us would appreciate it if you didn't take us with you.



At 11/03/2006 9:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kirk, what kind of frick'in idiot are you anyways? Bush and company put up the website you dunce!!

Does not matter what paper reports it, fact is that Bush and company should be in jail for being assholes ( read as stupid) to put the info on the PUBLIC website to begin with.

By the way, your losing the house and senate, lol.

At 11/03/2006 9:56 PM, Blogger Kirk said...

Anonymous: Name calling does not advance your point. Yes, President Bush put up the site under pressure from Congressional Republicans. The point is that neither President Bush nor the Congressional Republicans gave the link to Al Qaeda. The New York Times did. Also, only cowards post anonymously.

At 11/03/2006 10:08 PM, Anonymous Mel Odious said...


Why would Congressional Republicans want info showing how to construct a nuclear device posted online in the first place?

At 11/03/2006 10:13 PM, Blogger BrettBum said...

That would be hillarious if it weren't so scary.

I guess President Bush would have us believe that Al Qaeda or actually more precisely, that the nuclear research scientists of Iran didn't have Google and couldn't find this website without help from the NYT.

The Republicans in Congress were stupid to demand it and Bush was even worse to run a White House dumb enough to put classified material on a website with the purpose of outsourcing the review of Iraqi nuclear secrets to contractors.

I'm laughing so hard, I'm crying. Or am I crying so hard that I'm laughing.

Bush should be up on Treason charges for this.

At 11/03/2006 10:14 PM, Blogger Kirk said...

Mel: The whole point was so that Americans could decided for themselves the evidence against Iraq and their WMD program. It's rather obvious that when you state that we face a mushroom cloud as the smoking gun that you post Iraq's instructions on how they were going to build that smoking gun.

At 11/03/2006 10:18 PM, Blogger Kirk said...

BrettBum: Do you really think that Osama bin Laden has the Google? These people live in the stone age. The fact is that the New York Times gave the link to these people. They would never have found it otherwise. Now they have an advanced nuclear program. I've got no idea what your "treason" comment is. I can only assume that you've spent too much time in the fever swamp.

At 11/03/2006 10:54 PM, Anonymous Mel Odious said...


So you don't think that this information was simply being made available so the Minutemen could build an effective deterrent against all those illegal Mexicans?

P.S. Like your new pic with the flag.

At 11/03/2006 11:20 PM, Blogger Kirk said...

Mel: Well, I don't think that wasn't specifically the intention, but I'm sure President Bush knew that our country would make good use of the information some how. So, I guess indirectly this was part of President Bush's and the Congressional Republicans' plan.

Thanks for the compliment. I got that flag for $2 when I was down in Oaxaca trying to break up the blockades. More proof that deregulated capitalism works.

At 11/05/2006 10:54 PM, Anonymous frank said...

Kirk, The NY Times is a liberal, terrorist rag. These "journalists" have a duty to keep us Americans safe.

You are probably the most conservative blogger on the Texas Connection blogroll. I'm sure they will welcome you with open arms.

At 11/05/2006 11:50 PM, Blogger Kirk said...

Frank: Yeah, that's what is so weird. I think Texas Fred must have some kind of inferiority complex, because he is dead set against acknowledging my membership in the Texas Connection. That's why the only way to settle the matter is to have all the Texas Connection members vote on my membership come this Tuesday. I've sent Fred the information about an arbitration company that can handle the election, but I haven't heard back. He must be hard at work ensuring a fair election for me. Wish me luck!

At 11/06/2006 5:32 PM, Anonymous frank said...

Kirk, I believe that Fred is showing his true Conservative colors now. Did you see the flag flying on the Redneck Mafia site on the blogroll? Finally a good sign. Fred has come a long way. He's a good old boy! I'm so proud of him.


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