Wednesday, September 9, 2009

I Have Returned

Yes, after a long, strange summer of inactivity, the Restorating Webs Log has returned for the fall. There were some in the blogosphere who said it couldn't be done. "Maynard has lost his way," DailyKos chortled. "He will never blog again, and McHitlerBushton's restoration shall not come to pass!" Arianna Huffington said "Ze Bush Restorationing Blog eis gone, scram, kaput! Now ve vill pass Pol Pot Care and no-von vill stop us! Heil Hussein!"

Well, think again, socialists. President Bush's restoration continues apace, while you are too busy worrying about global warming, or swine flu, or Jon and Kate Plus Eight.

For all of those who love human liberty, both here and around the world, the work goes on, the cause endures, the hope still lives, and the dream shall never die. And you can count on this webs log to be there every step of the way, spreading the light of information in our dark, dark world.


Yet Another Terrorist Gets Early Release

Iraqi Shoe Thrower to Walk Out of Prison Early

The Iraqi journalist who made international headlines when he threw his kicks at former President George W. Bush will be released from prison early for good behavior, his lawyer told the Associated Press.

Muntadhar al-Zeidi's hilarious outburst during a press conference made him a hero
across the world with people who were angry at the U.S. invasion of Iraq -- but also
got the 30-year-old reporter sentenced to one year in jail for assaulting a foreign leader.

Karim al-Shujairi, the shoe hurler's attorney, said his client will be released on
Sept. 14th after three months were chopped off his sentence. "We have been
informed officially about the court decision," al-Shujairi told The Associated
Press in a telephone interview. "His release will be a victory for the free and
honorable Iraqi media."

al-Zeidi's act of defiance was captured on video that became an internet sensation and showcased his accurate shoe throwing skills, along with Bush's respectable reflexes as the former president successfully ducked and dodged the shoes. "This is your farewell kiss, you dog!" al-Zeidi shouted before being restrained. "This is from the widows, the orphans and those who were killed in Iraq."

In retrospect, that whole thing about "installing a liberal democracy in Iraq" should have been better-defined. Little did we know they would take it literally by releasing dangerous terrorists into the populace like this.

Really, Iraq? Really? The man gives 25 million of your countrymen the sweet sweet nectar of liberty, and you use it not to create great works of art, not to become the first Middle East nation to achieve gender equality, not even to question your President's legitimacy, but to send the signal that disrespecting your savior is just peachy in Iraq.

Listen up, Iraq. We've mollycoddled you for several years now, but now daddy's home and the belt is coming off. You better shape up. We didn't raise you to act the fool and embarass us in front of the rest of the world.

If you know what's good for you, you'll keep this guy in the deepest, darkest hole you have. And you'll get on your knees and thank Muhammad that he sent George W. Bush (may all blessings shower upon his head!) to deliver you from tyranny.

We brought you into the land of freedom, and we can take you back out. Don't think we won't, either. Just ask Chile.

Some People Remember Who the REAL President Is

Texas school district that declined Obama speech will
bus kids to see Bush

A Texas school district that declined to allow students to listen to President Obama's speech to students on Tuesday will bus about 500 students to attend a Super Bowl-related event this month where former president George W. Bush will speak, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Arlington school district spokeswoman Veronica Sopher tells the newspaper that the two events are different.

"The distinction is it’s a field trip that parents have to grant permission for students to attend," she says, according to the Star-Telegram.

"With parental permission, the selected classes will attend a field trip at the Cowboys Stadium, where they will hear from several different speakers.

Dwight McKissic Sr., the senior pastor of Arlington's
Cornerstone Baptist Church, said he's concerned about the district's decision to not broadcast Obama's message while transporting students to hear a message from Bush.

"I do not understand the duplicity in this situation," McKissic said in a news release,
according to NBC. "I believe the students and the public deserve and need to have these differences explained.

"The church presented Obama's speech on Tuesday and arranged with the school district for any student who attended to get an excused absence from school.

I'm sorry, but if you can't see the difference between socialist brainwashing eerily reminiscent of how the Hitler Youth got started, and going to hear one of the greatest men of our lifetime speak, then maybe you should refrain from making a complete fool of yourself in a national publication. Schools are supposed to be about learning. President Bush's speech has obvious educational value, not only in the area of civics, but government, history, and religion.

When it comes to Obama, rarely has the question be asked: How is our children learning from indoctrination?