Monday, October 16, 2006

An extraordinary set of coincidences

Some very interesting events have been happening in the course of the 2006 elections. Consider the following:
  • Six weeks before the elections, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez deliver heavily publicized anti-Bush speechs at the United Nations. Aside from the God-talk, these speeches are largely indistinguishable from the Democratic Party's day-by-day anti-Bush rhetoric.
  • North Korea detonates its first nuclear weapon a month before the elections; this event is immediately exploited by Democrats as proof that Bush's North Korea policy has failed.
  • It's now three weeks away from the elections and Saddham Hussein is confident that "the hour of liberation is at hand" for Iraq. It goes without saying which American political party is more than eager to end the occupation of Iraq.

Call it coincidence if you wish, but it certainly seems like the World's Dictators Club is expecting good things to result from Democrats retaking Congress this year.


Anonymous e-man said...

See this other set of coincidences: on 9/11/2001 A) three
steel-framed buildings collapsed perfectly straight on themselves,
they said because of fire. It had never happened before, nor
afterward. They fell at a speed of a falling object in vacuum;
anything strange with that? B)the 3 buildings (twin towers + wtc#7)
totally pulverized during the collapses. Strange if you think that
nothing would pulverize if fell, say, from the Empire State
Building. I guess something must be wrong with the principle of
conservation of energy... perhaps Mr Bush has his own version. C)Of
other two jetliner crashes that day, there is no evidence of, oops,
jetliner wreckage... and the list wouldn't be finished.

I am sure you and I are physicists. I am also sure I have respect
for my intelligence. I would like to be sure that you too respect
your intelligence.

5:40 AM  
Blogger Joseph said...

hi e-man,

As a physicist, surely you should be able to provide evidence in support of these claims.

3:13 PM  

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