Saturday, September 30, 2006


Gas Independence Becomes Cool


Lets play a quick game of which car would you rather drive.


Or this?

That was the easy round. It is quite worth it to buy a gas guzzling Hummer over an electric car so you can look cool and keep your distance from George Clooney. But round two might be a little bit tougher.

Would you rather drive this car?

Or this car?

Can't make up your mind? What if I told you the second car was electric? Yeah, electric. That means you can stop buying oil from terrorists so they have no money to attack us, and you look cool doing it. You're looking at the new Tesla Roadster. The future of cars. A way we can beat terrorists without firing a shot, bring people out of poverty, and protect the environment. This car's going to make Conservatives, Liberals and Hippies happy. God bless America! And I tip my hat to you Tesla. Good work.

Friday, September 29, 2006


Sore Loser


"NEW YORK (Reuters) - Billionaire investor and dot-com veteran Mark Cuban had harsh words on Thursday for YouTube, the online site that lets people share video clips, saying only a "moron" would purchase the wildly popular start-up.
Cuban, co-founder of HDNet and owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks, also said YouTube would eventually be "sued into oblivion" because of copyright violations."

So how many of you watch HDNet? I doubt any of you even know it's a real channel.

Youtube on the other hand, a teensy bit more popular. You tell me who the real moron is.

Monday, September 25, 2006


Focusing in on the Truth

As most of you have heard by now, Bill Clinton had a bit of an outburst on Fox news Sunday with Chris Wallace last week on the topic of the War on Terror. If you haven't seen it then take a look at this clip.

So, he's saying that we're putting too much effort into Iraq rather than Afghanistan. Funny, wasn't it Clinton that invaded Somalia to take out a bunch of guerrillas that posed absolutely no threat to us? The same year as the Trade Center bombings? Talk about focusing on the wrong problem. Yes Clinton "tried" to take out Osama, but maybe he wouldn't have failed if he wasn't busy doing humanitarian work with a country that posed absolutely no threat to us. We're talking about a bunch of idiots with AK's killing each other. Something that has no effect on us. But when terrorists attack our country by attempting to blow up a building that's no big deal.

Who is Clinton to say we're focusing on the wrong countries? And no I don't think we are. I think the War on Terror is military genius. We go into Afghanistan and neutralize the terrorist threat quicker than you could imagine, free the people and back off a bit because we're needed less. Then we go into Iraq, take out Hussein and countless Al-Qaeda terrorists and free the people. Though in Iraq there is a bit more of a backlash. And by the way, Al-Qaeda has said they are putting all of their focus on Iraq, so no matter which country we're in, we are still fighting Al-Qaeda. Why not make our stronghold in the war on terror in the middle of the Middle East, where we have quick access to almost any problem country in the area.

So right now we've taken over two terrorist sanctuaries and have used diplomacy on other middle eastern countries to close in on the big one. Iran. The country that funds more terrorists than anyone else, trains more terrorists than anyone else, and overall aid more terrorists than any other country.

Personally, I think Osama bin Laden's just another raghead with a Koran in one hand and an AK-47 in the other. A thug. A thug that couldn't operate without the funding of countries like Iran. I believe that America has it's focus on Iran because Iran is the head of the snake. Cut it off and a few babies will come out but they'll die of starvation because they're too young to get their own food. So really I don't think the focus is on just Iraq, it's just another step toward surrounding the country that funds Al-Qaeda and the rest of those terrorist organizations.

Clinton and the rest of the anti-war crowd are just short sighted. There's more to this War on Terror than just Iraq. It's not some useless humanitarian mission that did nothing but get Americans killed. The Battle of Mogadishu on the other hand...

Sunday, September 24, 2006


Grand Opening

Here it is, the grand opening of my new blog,! I'll call it my blog, you'll call it Cody's blog.

I am really excited to start my new blog and I have no doubt most of you are skeptical after lets see, Blog America, Warzone, and Xenophobia. If you don't remember those blogs then I've proven my point well. But this blog will be different, because for one thing this will now be my primary blog and I plan on passing down the Better Wing throne to another ambitious blogger.

So that means all of my attention is focused on this blog so I promise you now that I will update it more frequently than even the Better Wing. I'll also be posting more because I plan on opening this blog up to more topics, that was the biggest problem with my other blogs. The Better Wing was just politics, Warzone was just the war on terror, and Xenophobia was just making fun of other countries. But here you will have more than that.

Politics will be broadened for one thing. I will have no problem expressing any opinion on any topic and changing my opinion if I feel it is necessary. I'll be spending more time in the entertainment world. Movies, video games, or maybe just something funny I thought of.

But specifically, there are a few topics you can expect to see a lot of. Corruption, government waste, poll-mongering, and extremism when it comes to politics. And about the politics thing I should tell you now that you really shouldn't block out what I have to say just because your not a Neolibertarian. I am a very reasonable guy who believes in common sense and independence before party line politics, trust me. And if we do disagree I would love to chat with you in the comment section about it. Who knows, maybe you can change my opinion.

Don't get too concerned if you're not on my links list yet. Once I get going I will be making a link list for Conservative, Libertarian, and Liberal blogs. All neatly segregated.

That's about all I have to say about my new blog. If you have any questions or comments, just leave them in the comment section. Anonymous comments are allowed but I'd appreciate it if you at least signed some kind of screen name at the bottom or something.

See you soon!

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