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June 07, 2009


i was thinking almost the exact same thing this morning. anyone who thinks we went into Iraq because Saddam was terrible to his own people, is deluding themselves. we don't do humanitarian work, not the government anyway. that shit is all about economics, specifically the control of energy resources buried under the sand in them dirt countries.

Matt Damon's character in Syriana summed it up well:

"Twenty years ago you had the highest GNP in the world, now you're tied with Albania. So, good job. Your second largest export is secondhand goods, followed closely by dates for which you lose five cents a pound. You know what the business world thinks of you? They think a hundred years ago you were living in tents out here in the desert chopping each other's heads off and that's exactly where you'll be in another hundred years- so on behalf of my firm, yes, I accept your money."

Oh yes---but it's just too obvious for Americans. We're waiting for the mini-series, then it's on the table.

Oh joy. Now we can send the Saudis pure Hollywood gold like 17 Again and Terminator:Salvation and they can all hate us a little more.

Lew: Can we send them all those High School Musical kids and Miley Cyrus too? They can keep them.

Yes, by all means. And all those Camp Rock twits as well.

How can you call your mother a bitch? You mother fucker.

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