Monday, May 02, 2011

Ding-dong, the Witch is dead

I suppose we should all do a little dance, or something, however, this whole thing with the Islamo-fascists is not over.

Oh, and I think it a big mistake to have supposedly "buried" the asshole at sea, and instead, should have sent him to the nearest taxidermist. Trophy value isn't nearly as high as the reminder it would serve to the rest of humanity; and lest anyone think it distasteful to do something of that sort, please remember that Vlad Ilyich is still on display, a full 80+ years after giving up the ghost, albeit as a strange reverence to the man...sick as that may be.

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Anonymous Mark B. said...

We might have a difference of opinion here. Those in positions of authority thought it better not to provide a martyr's monument around which Certain Factions Who Need Not Be Named might rally. To a degree I concur.

In strict accordance with Muslim tradition, his body would have been returned to Saudi Arabia where the rest of the family resides. Apparently the House Of Saud wanted nothing to do with the corpse for reasons which probably require no further exposition and, lest we forget, he WAS a member of the Royal Family, albeit somewhat removed from the seats of power and at least publicly disavowed. I might make some sort of snide remarks about how much I believe of what are issued as policy statements from Riyadh, but that's (I assume) both obvious and pointless.

In any case, our agents would have had to find someone, anyone, who would have wanted to assume custody of the remains and it's a certainty that those so inclined would NOT have been kindly disposed to American interests.


10:33 PM  
Blogger theirritablearchitect said...

I'd say it's a Catch 22 regarding the body situation, since killing the bastard was an obvious affront to the assholes anyway, why not add a little more insult by denying the bastards their wants with traditional burial practices?

They want to kill all of us infidels anyway, and I'm kinda in the camp of giving them the finger no matter what, I suppose.

9:10 AM  

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