Wednesday, March 14, 2007

ROSCOE’S Mid-Weak Review

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What we wnat to know is why the expletive-deleted do we have go to the Kuwait News Agency, fer cryin' out loud, to find out this:

Baghdad security crackdown seriously curbs killings of US soldiers

BAGHDAD, March 14 (KUNA) -- The rate of killings of US troops in Iraq has been on the decline, down by 60 percent, since the launch of the new security measures in Baghdad, according to statistics revealed by the Multi-National Force -Iraq Combined Press Information Centre.

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First we heard that Bush & Rumsfeld had mismanaged the war by not sending enough troops to Iraq. Then Bush cans Rumsfeld, appoints Robert Gates as SecDef and beefs up forces in Baghdad in a move unpopularly known as the Surge. And then the Dhimmicrats start screaming bloody murder over that, too. Talk about trying to have it both ways. Are we missing something here?

Do you get the feeling that our domestic mainstream mediocracy isn't telling us the whole story? Well, the KUNA report would certainly seem to indicate so.

And we think this begs the question: Do the Dhimmicrats favor higher American casualties for their own political purposes? At this point, it seems like a valid question to us.

The Ultimate Gift

Earlier this week we gave a rave review to Fox Faith's movie The Ultimate Gift, but noted that it was off to a pretty slow start in its opening weekend, grossing only $1.2 million. Now we hear that the opening was on a limited number of screens, so the draw was actually better than it sounded.

One Christian Web site reported:

The stories we are getting from around the country have been inspiring. The Ultimate Gift has created a wonderful buzz in the movie marketplace, and in homes across America. The opening this past weekend on a limited number of screens was heralded by critics and movie-goers alike. Look at places where the people vote on films -- comments like “one of the best movies I have seen in years”, “soon to be a family favorite”, and “It’s a Wonderful Life 2007” are prominent on discussion boards and in the reviews from “Heartland America” critics everywhere. ....

Read the rest here. All in all, that's pretty good news. Now, go see it for yourself. Roscoe predicts: You won't be sorry.


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