Quote(s) of the Week
You have to love this man - I really wish our recently emasculated president were saying stuff like this instead of congratulating the pinko-crusader.
From Czech president, Vaclav Klaus, reacting to Algore's recent Nobel "peace" prize win:
"The relationship between his activities and world peace is unclear and indistinct," the statement said. "It rather seems that Gore's doubting of basic cornerstones of the current civilization does not contribute to peace."
Klaus said in a recent speech that environmentalists' efforts to halt global warming "fatally endanger our freedom and prosperity."
In a newspaper interview earlier this year, Klaus said that only Al Gore, and not a sane person, would say that mankind is ruining the planet.
"So now 'Algore' will join Yasir Arafat among the list of noble Nobel peace laureates," Rush Limbaugh said with much sarcasm at the top of his broadcast today. The Norwegian committee, Limbaugh said, has "rendered themselves a pure, 100 percent joke."
Citing Arafat, the former Palestinian leader, and former President Jimmy Carter's award in 2002, Limbaugh added that "The Nobel committee has lost all credibility since long before they awarded this award to 'Algore.'"
"I confess, I have been in a bit of a funk after learning of the Gore/Nobel news," conservative talk show host Laura Ingraham said in an e-mail. "I really thought Cindy Sheehan should have been recognized."
Of course we all know that creating an alarmist, highly discredited movie about global warming has done far more for world peace than, say, taking out brutal dictators, ending facsism, communism, etc., but Rush still had this to say:
"If there has ever been an engine of peace, it’s the United States military," Limbaugh said, surely to the delight of his audience. (damned straight, Mr. Politico)