Wednesday, October 24, 2007

I Wanna Go Home

This is a video done by my friend Karridine. It made me cry when I first heard it. Hope you like it.

Here is a little about him and why he did the video.
Karridine enlisted at age 17 to follow his father's example and serve in Korea. After a year's study at the DLI in Monterey, CA, learning Korean language, Karridine served in the Army Security Agency, working atop a mountain on an island on the Korean DMZ. When the USS Pueblo was captured, Karridine was one of three people handpicked by NSA to fly back to Korea and guide the follow-up there. He got his Honorable Discharge after 4 years service in late1968.

Karridine wrote "Wanna Go Home" as his supportive contribution during the Battle of Baghdad, long after he was refused further service. Knowing how lonely it can get on the front lines, or just far from home, Karridine wove this story of the normal American GI's desire to go home, AFTER completing the mission, AFTER making a positive difference in the field.
The full song is for sale at I Wanna Go Home for $3.50. The author has given permission to those currently serving in the military to share it with nine of their best buddies, wives, husbands, parents, or children.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Osama Has Problems, Supporters, Too

Osama, if he's not pushing up daisy-cutters in outer Waziristan, has some serious problems with al-Qaeda in Iraq, now that al-Zarkawi looked into the eyes of the US Marines tasked with pulling his still-breathing body out of the rubble of a once-safe house in Iraq.

But never fear, Osama has supporters and well-wishers in America, including Nance and Katy and Harry and Hillary... The 'Lets negotiate everything' while ignoring the reality that we Americans, AS AMERICANS, have NOTHING of enticement to offer the Islamists and NOTHING with which to threaten the Death-Eaters of Islamistan!

Like the Fifth Columnists of an earlier era, these supporters carefully disguise their admiration for Osama & Friends as 'Bush Derangement Syndrome', so that rational people will just laugh at them.

But 'they're serial about this!'

Monday, October 22, 2007


This is to help promote the work of my friend Karridine.