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    Next Time Use Code Name “Dubya”

    Next Time Use Code Name “Dubya”

    That’ll keep ’em happy.  Really:

    The Senate Indian Affairs committee will hold a hearing Thursday on racist Native American stereotypes, a hearing that will now also address the Osama bin Laden mission and the code-name Geronimo.

    While the hearing was scheduled before the mission, a committee aide today said the linking of the name Geronimo with the world’s most wanted man is “inappropriate” and can have a “devastating” impact on kids.

    No, really:

    “So when does Seal Unit 6, or whatever it’s called, drop in on George Bush? Bush was responsible for a lot more death, innocent death, than bin Laden. Wasn’t he, or am I wrong here?,” Liberal radio talk show host Mike Malloy said on his show Monday evening.

    In case code name Dubya doesn’t work for ya, try code names Koch WhoreCaribou Barbi, or Fox Head.

    You won’t get any complaints from the media or Senate about those.

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    Comments


    And Mike Malloy joins the long list of Copperheads who personify why "He needed killin' " is still a valid defense to homicide.

    About Geronimo: As a man of Hispanic origin, I'm appalled that a member of Native American tribe would take a Spanish name as his nom de guerre. Geronimo was a violent man, and I dislike his attempt to make us Latinos guilty by association.

    As a Christian, I despise his usurpation of the name of one of the most revered saints in Christianity. Saint Gerome was not a killer like Geronimo was. He was a pacifist and a good man.

    [For the clueless, the above is parody]


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