Thursday, May 12, 2005

Perhaps a touching duet of the 'Horst Wessel Song' with David Irving is in Order

Wow, somebody should never draw a respectable paycheck again.

Pat Buchanan pins the blame for the Second World War where it so richly deserves to be placed -- in bizarro world -- on France and Britain.

True, U.S. and British troops liberated France, Holland and Belgium from Nazi occupation. But before Britain declared war on Germany, France, Holland and Belgium did not need to be liberated. They were free. They were only invaded and occupied after Britain and France declared war on Germany – on behalf of Poland.
By the way, that is one of the less offensive portions. Now, if somebody wrote that the United States' actions before 9/11/01 may have been a catalyst for those dastardly acts, they are supposed to be shamed and humiliated to the end of their days.

But such will not be the fate of Pat. Hell, he's probably on Scarborough tonight and McLaughlin Group this weekend.