Saturday, November 29, 2008

Terrorists 1, Planet 0

Courage:
"Everyone involved with Live Earth India ... is stunned and saddened by the tragic events of the past few days in our host city Mumbai," the organizers said in a statement. "We always felt very welcomed and safe as we spent more time on the ground in Mumbai to finalize plans." [emphasis added]
Not anymore, apparently. But if the climate crisis is so severe isn't it worth the risk of taking a few bullets over? Will future terrorist attacks or the threats thereof be allowed to stand in the way of saving the world or scheduled Al Gore hologram speeches? C'mon people, stand up. Stand up!

6 comments:

LASunsett said...

Amazing.

The entertainment community castigated George Bush over his willingness to seek out terrorists and kill them before they were afforded the opportunity to come here and kill us where we live, yet when they are given the opportunity to play a concert in the face of some element of danger, they throw in the towel.

They are nothing more than a bunch of cowards that reap the benefits of the bravery of those men and women that have fought to keep this nation safe and give them the opportunity, to criticize that which they no nothing about.

Mustang said...

Kerry is heading to Poznan, Poland, as an observer for the December 1-12 conference. This is good news on a number of fronts. First, it provides an opportunity for Poland to arrest and detain John Kerry for something horrid, and thereby demonstrate their solidarity with the American people. You can bet your last dollar Kerry won’t show up anywhere bullets are flying; his only “combat” experience is a self-inflicted shrapnel wound (the dumbass). Beyond this, I guess I’m wondering if the American taxpayer is paying for this junket. If so, I’d like to get on the action. I’m willing to volunteer to spend some time in Paris to observe people sticking pins into a Sarkozy doll.

A.C. McCloud said...

LA, it's clearly just a cool cause for these nitwits. Most of them probably didn't pass 10th grade science.

A.C. McCloud said...

I’d like to get on the action. I’m willing to volunteer to spend some time in Paris to observe people sticking pins into a Sarkozy doll.

Hey, if Uncle Sammy is willing to pay I'll volunteer my time to go investigate coral reef damage in the Caribbean. In the name of science, of course.

MoneyBonanza said...
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LASunsett said...

//Hey, if Uncle Sammy is willing to pay I'll volunteer my time to go investigate coral reef damage in the Caribbean. In the name of science, of course.//

Need an assistant?