Sunday, April 16, 2006

Can we kill 'em tomorrow?

A Mel Brooks production starring Iranian President Ahmadinejad with title assistance from Bill Clinton. If you can't wait for the theatrical release, read this review by Mark Steyn.

The reaction of the international community was swift and ferocious. The White House said that Iran "was moving in the wrong direction." This may have been a reference to the dancers. A simple Radio City kickline would have been better. The British Foreign Office said it was "not helpful." This may have been a reference to the doves round the atom.

You know what's great fun to do if you're on, say, a flight from Chicago to New York and you're getting a little bored? Why not play being President Ahmadinejad? Stand up and yell in a loud voice, "I've got a bomb!" Next thing you know the air marshal will be telling people, "It's OK, folks. Nothing to worry about. He hasn't got a bomb." And then the second marshal would say, "And even if he did have a bomb it's highly unlikely he'd ever use it." And then you threaten to kill the two Jews in row 12 and the stewardess says, "Relax, everyone. That's just a harmless rhetorical flourish." And then a group of passengers in rows 4 to 7 point out, "Yes, but it's entirely reasonable of him to have a bomb given the threatening behavior of the marshals and the cabin crew."

**UPDATE** So there is no confusion for my readers the title of this post came from that darling of the left, Bill Clinton. To me it sounds like the way his entire presidency was run. Kick everything down the road and let someone else deal with it. If Bill and Hill ever get termites in a tiny part of one of their mansions I doubt they will wait to treat the problem until the entire place is infested simply because they know they can "kill 'em tomorrow."

Bill Clinton, the Sultan of Swing, gave an interesting speech last week, apropos foreign policy: "Anytime somebody said in my presidency, 'If you don't do this, people will think you're weak,' I always asked the same question for eight years: 'Can we kill 'em tomorrow?' If we can kill 'em tomorrow, then we're not weak, and we might be wise enough to try to find an alternative way."

That title just doesn't sound much like the warm, compassionate RW that I've grown to know and appreciate.

I would never use that sort of title, that came directly from that idiot...err statesman Bill Clinton.

That was a good one.For some reason it made me feel like flinty-eyed Dirty Harry. "GO AHEAD. MAKE MY DAY." Don't know why.

Maybe my pirate name was Dirty Harriet. Maybe my inner self is an air marshall. Or MAYBE I'm a ROCKETTE.

That would surely kill 'em.
Maybe it could be a celebrity name like "Dusty Rocks" or Dusty Rocket" and you could co-star with Harry Marshall in a remake of Airplane to be premiered at Radio City Music Hall.

You are the greatest. I love the name Dusty Rocks.

And to get in the remake of Airplane with Harry Marshall. OH OH!

Just one problem. I get airsick.
Dusty Rocks,

It's Hollywood, the plane never leaves the ground.

The cetified creeps are out tonight at ML's place. I think they're the CAIR crowd. Who else uses phrases like 'Pig God'?

My computer keeps crashing too.

Tomorrow is another day!

Right Dusty Rocks?
Buy Danish,

Mostly I think that is one schizophrenic creep, but there was one person a few months ago that would often use that "pig God" phrase.

I think you're right that it is the same person. The usual 4 letter names again.

I don't remember "Pig God" - maybe it was before my time!

Buy Danish,

It was last year not long after the blog started. I'd like to figure out what triggers the five letter personalities (ralph/steve) to come out.


It is twelve o'clock and I am in deep depression. My airplane won't get off the ground and I just bought a new barf bag.

How 'bout a remake of "Red October" and a flinty-eyed female sub cammander? "Fire tube # 1 and kill that Rusky ship!!" Aye Aye,mam

What?? I'd never get near the ocean? Produced in North Dakota??

Oh,well, as BD said, "Tomorrow is another day." Now, about those Rockettes.....
Dusty Rocks,

It might have to be a sequel to Red October, the first one had no women in the cast.

To be a Rockette just sign up for an audition.

You are better than the Easter bunny. You put that picture of me dancing with the Rockettes right on your BLOG.

Wanted to surprise you but THERE I am. I'm the one in the blue outfit and the silver shoes. Fame is so sweet.

Would you like my autograph?

PS-I got kicked off Red Oct.Remake. Couldn't spell CAMMANDER, kmander.curmander.???..
Drat, I was hoping it was you. I was hoping you'd turned over a new leaf! ;)
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