submissive frat boy seeks rumsfeld type for discipline

Id like to post something tonight, but Im busy being sexually humiliated.

(IMAGE OF IRAQI ABUSE REMOVED: man with bag over head, handcuffed to prison bars)

Its in terribly bad taste, I know, but I was just flipping through these images from Iraqs Abu Ghraib prison and thinking that it might be funny to use some of them in an on-line personal ad posting and then putting the responses up here at

I could go on and on about that, but Im tired and I need to get some sleep. Ive been working way too much lately and its beginning to take its toll. (My eye isn’t full of blood yet, but I’m expecting for it to pop at any moment.)

While were on the subject of the widening scandal in Abu Ghraib, theres a new article in the Washington Post worth reading. Theres also a good op-ed piece in Todays New York Times by Thomas Friedman. Heres a great quote:

It’s no wonder that so many Americans are obsessed with the finale of the sitcom “Friends” right now. They’re the only friends we have, and even they’re leaving.

Yeah, apparently people in the Arab world dont like the idea of being forced to suck cocks at gunpoint. Theyre kind of funny and backward like that.

Yeah, I know that making a naked pyramid might not seem like torture, especially when compared to, lets say what happened to Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, or those four American security contractors that had their smoldering torsos hoisted up before throngs of rabid Iraqis, but its not good, innocent fun either. And, while this may be the kind of shit that takes place in fraternities across the US every day, it kind of sucks as foreign policy, and we should know better. From what we now know, this story was first brought to the attention of the Bush administration in January and they sat on their hands until the 60 Minutes episode aired. Thats inexcusable. and I dont even mean in a moral sense. Its inexcusable in a tactical sense. Those images will be there forever, stoking the fires of anti-Americanism within fundamentalist Muslim sects.

How much more fucking difficult could we possibly make it for moderate Muslims to stand up and take our side? Were shortsighted, arrogant assholes and were going to pay a price for it.

And, here, closer to home, things dont look much brighter. According to the news today, the Walt Disney Company is blocking the distribution of Michael Moores new anti-Bush film, “Fahrenheit 911.” Heres a quote from the New York Times:

Mr. Moore’s agent, Ari Emanuel, said Michael D. Eisner, Disney’s chief executive, asked him last spring to pull out of the deal with Miramax. Mr. Emanuel said Mr. Eisner expressed particular concern that it would endanger tax breaks Disney receives for its theme park, hotels and other ventures in Florida, where Mr. Bush’s brother, Jeb, is governor.

And we look down our noses at the people of Afghanistan and their warlords without realizing just how little difference there really is.

Im pissed off and Im tired I think Im going to turn on the TV and try to get all of this American-financed gay porn out of my head.

(IMAGE OF IRAQI ABUSE REMOVED: men with bags over heads, engaged in, or simulating, oral sex)

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