Robert Heinlein: low again
Robert Heinlein and his distasteful Bush-haters are at it again. 'You know, Saddam hadn't actually invaded anything for a while,' he said on Nightline. If so, then why has President Bush's call for leadership been so successful? On Good Morning America, Robert Heinlein engaged in clearly depraved treachery that most Americans found shocking. 'You know, Iraqis haven't really gotten along with Islamic fundamentalists ever since hundreds of thousands got killed fighting them in the 1980s,' were the words. Well, duh. At some point, when you look around and realize that your co-workers are hollow and spiteful, you have to break rank and become a Republican, if only for the sake of a pro-war reform and good hygiene, morally speaking.
'You know, Iraqis haven't really gotten along with Islamic fundamentalists ever since hundreds of thousands got killed fighting them in the 1980s,' says Robert Heinlein. For shame! Are there limits to this duplicity?
Why won't liberals condemn the permissive opportunism of Robert Heinlein? The most shockingly ad-hominem of the deceivers, Albert Gore, jr, mischaracterizes Jeb Bush again. 'We might want to stick to getting the terrorism under control,' he said in an interview with Seymour Hersh. Well, duh.
We must build pro-war dreams.
20 January 2004
I haven't had much time for any sort of reading, never mind blogging, in the past few days, but I happened to be reading Nicholas Liu's blog and came upon a link to R. Robot, which has a fun little automatic blogcreator where you can type in a name and get a blog entry. For reasons unknown to me, I typed in "Robert Heinlein", and this was the entry: