Sunday, April 05, 2009

"The most dangerous legacy of the cold war"

According to President Urkel is nukes.

You remember them, the ones that only responsible nations have (so far).
The ones that haven't been used in over 65 years.
...And when we DID use them, killed less people than the firebombings of Tokyo, Dresden or Coventry.

If it were me, I'd have to go out on a limb and say that the most dangerous legacy was the Lefts infatuation with socialist totalitarianism.
Oh,,,and the millions of unregulated AKs, HE rounds and fanatics that use them at the drop of a turban.
Anyone want to guess when the last time a 70 year old AK was fired in anger?
How about less than a minute before you read this?

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