Friday, February 20, 2009


And you thought the economy was bad...

Today, Israel's President Shimon Peres (seen left shacking hands with Likud Chairman Benjamin Netanyahu), who is a two time Prime Minister and a Nobel Peace Laureate, had the dubious distinction of destroying cellular life on this and all other planets. The lack of life on Neptune is merely a prelude to his most recent actions.

How did it come to this?

Just last week the Sobriety Party of Israel won 28 seats in their national election, which is one more than the 27 seats that Benjamin Netanyahu's Bomb Anything Muslim Party got in the same polls. 61 seats are necessary to form a majority coalition. President Peres thought (correctly, I'm afraid) that Netanyahu would be better equipped to form a government since 65 seats were won by other parties that also advocate various forms of ethnic cleansing, genocide, and short sighted fiscal policy.

It wasn't the President's fault the voters voted this way--and considering the behavior of Hamas in Gaza I don't blame them-- but Peres should have been smarter and resigned. Yes, he should have refused this shame of a man his dutiful post. As a matter of fact, he should have pulled a Howard Beale, walked into the Knesset and...

A final act of defiance.

Where are our Gadflies when we need them most?

Netanyahu believes very strongly in the necessity of nuclear war with Iran, Syria, and Yugoslavia. That's right, he does not trust the reports that later dissolved years ago and campaigned that a nuke was the only way to ensure the deed had actually been done.

So he will be Prime Minister, again, and we will all suffer for it. Time to trade in your umbrella for a bunker, baby.

Bye-bye cruel world. We'll miss ya.


Randal Graves said...


I was surprised when Kadima was regaining its lead in the polls, then a bunch of yokels had to up and vote for that Lieberman psycho.

libhom said...

Years ago, Letterman had a top ten list that jokingly referred to Netanyahu as the UniBibi.