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    Filed at 7:50 am under by dcobranchi


    Legacy of Muslims hard to overcome

    Sweeping the Central Asia dust from three presidencies (at least), we find Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, the warlord/sheiks of Kashmir, warlords of Pashtun tribes, of Tajik persuasion, Urds, Persian, Turkic, and most of all, the Koranic persuasion.

    Our CIA has gamely tried to play. The truest gamers, though, are the Arabic. “The enemy of my enemy is my friend” turns suspect, as the Arabic ethos often mimics “Desperate Housewives” in its recreational musical bedroom play. Charles Krauthammer’s July 21 column, “A 20 percent solution,” mentions the amputations, barbarously done; decapitations for pleasure. I opine, having discerned other Arabic fetishes, which would be what I wrote of above, musical bedroom play.

    American neoconservatives are only getting their medicine (are you one?), as they with deluded ethos show their hegemonistic unAmericanism.

    The ideology that few opine on becomes a sad opus in naivete; too many of our kids, laboring in what is the neocons’ mercantile military forces, die. The obligatory letter to the family sums up what is from a deluded ideology. The megabillions are all that count ideologically and already in world history this has also been played out by occupiers Russia, Great Britain, France, USA.

    That “heavenly date with 72 virgins” plays to empty seats. We, the jury, demand credibility in peacemaking.

    Muslimhood for thousands of years? Megadollars can’t adjudicate, let alone seed peace. The neocons stay precipitously close to over their heads.

    I vote Independent. U.S. Navy vet, World War II.

    Joe Moriarty

    At least we know Joe owns a thesaurus.

    6 Responses to “LOTD”

    Comment by
    Lisa Giebitz
    August 5th, 2007
    at 10:57 am

    I can’t believe he used “opine”… twice.

    I also can’t believe they actually printed that. Chuck all the ‘smart words’ in you want, that was still terribly articulated to the point of being utter nonsense. Ugh.

    Comment by
    Daryl Cobranchi
    August 5th, 2007
    at 11:08 am

    It reminded me of the caveman commercial where they ask if he has a response to some psychobabble.

    And I’m firmly convinced that they’ll print anything.

    Comment by
    August 5th, 2007
    at 1:54 pm

    We are all stupider for having read that.

    Comment by
    August 5th, 2007
    at 2:36 pm

    Sounds like a drug induced rant to me.

    Comment by
    JJ Ross
    August 5th, 2007
    at 6:42 pm

    Drug-induced? Call in the mountain church snitch squad!!

    Comment by
    August 5th, 2007
    at 6:50 pm

    If even JJ thinks it’s incoherent…well, enough said.