Above: Duncan Hunter’s website circa 11:10 AM

Note: While we don’t approve of the hacking of people’s websites, it is the case that comedy may be found in many of life’s spectacles.


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Bloody well isn’t awesome. I got hacked by this joker a couple of days ago.


Is this one of those situations where he was using someone else’s bandwidth to host a picture on his website? So when they change the picture on theirs, it changes on his as well? Didn’t that happen to McCain?

Or is this a full-on hacking?

Or, perhaps, divine intervention?


I guess that answers my question about hacking.


Yeah, not awesome. People who do that shit to websites piss me off good.

It ain’t like they hack websites for partisan purposes. They’d do the same to Hillary or Kucinich or Joe Schmoe’s Babylon 5 fansite.


Now, the image appears not on the front page, but when you click on the News link at the bottom of the front page.


Yuck, you tricked me into going to Hunter’s website.


Meh, I thought it improved the site. Now that it’s fixed we see that Hunter gets a 100% rating from the Concerned Women for America. Personally, I think the “no war” message would have won him more votes.


Aaron bleeping Boone? is someone trying to revive past glories?


Heh, funny. Nice catch, Gav

Oh, man, I just love the preview dealie. Why the hell hasn’t everyone adopted this?




I love it.

Forget the amatuer crap. What we really need is more Flying Penis Attacks!


Yeah, our company got haxxored by some turkish script kiddie a while back. He claimed to be doing it in response against the Danish Cartoons, but I think that was really just a smokescreen for his activities rather than the actual reason. Basically he was hacking everyone using he same kind of web server, regardless of whether they had anything at all to do with anything.


YOu are glorifying terrorism. Liberals always do. This attack on a great American will not go unanswered by the heartland.


A whois search reveals a location and an identity of the domain owner. I hope for their sake it’s a fake registration.


Who the Hell is Duncan Hunter?


Who the Hell is Duncan Hunter?

Sounds like a sissy to me. “Duncan”. *spit* What’s the matter with “Joe Bob”?


Duncan Hunter was one of the kids on Dawson’s Creek. I’m not sure what happened to her. I thought one of the victims in “Killer’s Cave” looked like her, but I wasn’t 100 percent sure. I guess I could check imdb.


I call Fake Garry.


No no no. Duncan Hunter was the blonde chick on Family Ties.


This attack on a great American will not go unanswered by the heartland.

The suspense is killing me.


I like how he’s leading seminars called “Charging to Victory 2008.” I assume he’s discussing how Bush is paying for the Iraq War.


No doubt by now some of you have seen the “I hate all Iranians” comment by one of Robert Gates’ Pentagon aides, Debra Cagan (not teh Kagans, I guess) who made the declaration to the stunned visiting UK MP’s.


She is completely dressed as one of Ming the Merciless’ henchmenwomen, complete with Iron Cross. I sh*t you not.


I hate all Iranians, US aide tells MPs
By SIMON WALTERS – More by this author » Last updated at 21:26pm on 29th September 2007

Britsh MPs visiting the Pentagon to discuss America’s stance on Iran and Iraq were shocked to be told by one of President Bush’s senior women officials: “I hate all Iranians.”

And she also accused Britain of “dismantling” the Anglo-US-led coalition in Iraq by pulling troops out of Basra too soon.

The all-party group of MPs say Debra Cagan, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Coalition Affairs to Defence Secretary Robert Gates, made the comments this month…


…The six MPs were taken aback by the hardline approach of the Pentagon and in particular Ms Cagan, one of Mr Bush’s foreign policy advisers.

She made it clear that although the US had no plans to attack Iran, it did not rule out doing so if the Iranians ignored warnings not to develop a nuclear bomb.

It was her tone when they met her on September 11 that shocked them most.

The MPs say that at one point she said: “In any case, I hate all Iranians.”

Although it was an aside, it was not out of keeping with her general demeanour.

“She seemed more keen on saying she didn’t like Iranians than that the US had no plans to attack Iran,” said one MP. “She did say there were no plans for an attack but the tone did not fit the words.”

Another MP said: “I formed the impression that some in America are looking for an excuse to attack Iran. It was very alarming.”

Tory Stuart Graham, who was on the ten-day trip, would not discuss Ms Cagan but said: “It was very sobering to hear from the horse’s mouth how the US sees the situation.”


Ms Cagan, whose job involves keeping the coalition in Iraq together, also criticised Britain for pulling out troops.

“She said if we leave the south of Iraq, the Iranians will take it over,” said one MP.

Another said: “She is very forceful and some of my colleagues were intimidated by her muscular style.”


The MPs also saw Henry Worcester, Deputy Director of the Office of Iranian Affairs, who said he favoured talks with Iran.

The Pentagon denied Ms Cagan said she “hated” Iranians.

“She doesn’t speak that way,” said an official.

But when The Mail on Sunday spoke to four of the six MPs, three confirmed privately that she made the remark and one declined to comment. The other two could not be contacted.


You people need to lighten up. This is hilarious, not because this guy’s site got hacked for partisan reasons, but because Mr. Hunter, who I assume has enough capital to fund a presidential bid and enough supporters to help him with it, still can’t properly setup a website.

WE BEEN HAXKED!!1</lieberman>


I’m still not through with Cagan, if you can believe that.


Oops, it appears that the (right wing) Daily Mail recirculated a photo of Cagan from 2005 and her attendance of “National Day” at the Hungarian Embassy commemorating the 1956 revolution crushed by the Soviets. I’m not saying the outfit still isn’t creepy (shades of the Arrow Cross), but knowing the lousy nature of the Daily Mail I should have known to check.


And as a matter of fact that cross was an award presented to Cagan by the Embassy. Damn, should have read up on any Daily Mail post before commenting. Crap, I am warned.

Johnny Coelacanth

It’s OK, Cid. That’s still a scary fuckin’ picture.


“Gary Ruppert said,

YOu are glorifying terrorism. Liberals always do. This attack on a great American will not go unanswered by the heartland.”



That picture of Debra Cagan made my genitalia retract so far into my body that I think I may have been transgendered. At least I’ll dress better than she does.


Gary Ruppert said,

YOu are glorifying terrorism. Liberals always do. This attack on a great American will not go unanswered by the heartland

Since when are you the champion of “heartland” values, Ruppert?

Sadly, Cambridgeport

That picture of Debra Cagan made my genitalia retract so far into my body that I think I may have been transgendered. At least I’ll dress better than she does.

Not to be a total bitch here, but do you even know what “transgendered” means? I’ll give you two clues:

1) It is not a physical reaction that you can have to someone who is sexually unappealing, and
2) It is not a tragedy that can be partially mitigated by dressing well.

Your comment made my brain retract so far into my spinal cortex that I thought that I had become retarded. But at least I wouldn’t post dumb sexist shit like that.


That’s not Debra Cagan, it’s a man, baby!

Smiling Mortician

Wait. Gary has a tattoo of a phoenix on his back? ‘K. I need a minute to think about that. Or not.

Yeah, not would be better.


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