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April 5, 2008

attention all terrorists

The main stream media (in this case MSNBC) provides the goods, as always. And it's Boise you want to hit.

They tell you the specific weaknesses and basically give you the gameplan. All you need is Obama bin Ladin's nod, and some genes (or misguided religious zealotry) more evil than the media's.

My favorite excerpt:

"If a terrorist were to harm the city, in a place like Boise they could try to do some flood damage," he said. "If the city is very vulnerable to wildfires, then one match is lit and you're all set."

San Francisco and Los Angeles got low ratings despite their frequent wildfires and earthquakes because they've grown adept at handling disasters, Piegorsch said.

Go knock yourselves out. Those of us who care, are all on low carb diets anyway. I won't miss the potatoes.

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Is it not mildly ironic that the "study" found that cities loaded up with conservative voters were the "best" targets for terrorists to attack? Gosh, its all so coincidental.

Posted by: lolz at April 5, 2008 4:28 PM

Excellent point! And no coincidence.

Glad you commented, as I failed to notice that.

Posted by: Moxie at April 5, 2008 4:38 PM

I will miss the potatoes as I will miss freedom. I hate the liberal fascists. There is talk of a revolution.

Posted by: Paul Revere at April 5, 2008 6:01 PM

Oh, and I forgot. I label myself as a pacifist capitalist. Bet you never heard that one before. Every dollar I spend is not in places that donate 100% to DemoRats, like your lovely Starbucks.

Posted by: Paul Revere at April 5, 2008 6:14 PM

Golden Gate Bridge, Holland Tunnel, Lincoln Tunnel, Washington Bridge.

Though my first choice is Foggy Bottom.

Of course, they would be the ROP's last choices because they are at the forefront of the Dhimmicratic movement.

Posted by: Aarons CC at April 5, 2008 8:21 PM

I LOVE potatos!!!................Nino

Posted by: Nino at April 6, 2008 3:37 PM

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