Friday, March 14, 2003

Looks like the Dixie Chicks have taken their turn on the "Sin Wagon". How do you know if a celebrity has sold out? When they "Go Hollywood" and criticize the Bush Administration on the war with Iraq. Something tells me the Chicks aren't terribly concerned about pissing off their core fan base of rural Southern music fans, most of whom staunchly support the President's stance on Iraq. According to Natalie Maines, lead singer of the group (aka, the pudgy one), the Anti-Americanism she experienced during the band's World Tour had a profound impact on her. So much so, in fact, that the slurs she endured from smelly, Euro-trash half-wits were enough to convince her that Iraq's terror sponsorship is no longer a threat to global security.

Supreme Global Weapons Inspector Dr. Hans Blix offered in a recent interview with MTV, the most respected political and foreign affairs network on the planet, that he considers global warming to be a bigger threat than armed conflict with Iraq. So, the world's greatest threat, according to Dr. Blix, is one which the scientific community can't even prove exists conclusively. I'm waiting with baited breath for Kofi Annan's announcement of an imminent nuclear attack from the "real" Axis of Evil: the Boogie Man, the Abominable Snowman, and Sasquatch.

Elizabeth Smart isn't dead after all, only brain dead. How mentally damaged does one have to be in order to get brainwashed by this guy. I don't know, maybe the body order and all that greasy beard hair has some sort of bizarre hypnotic effect on pubescent girls and wrinkled ex-prostitutes.

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