Saturday, December 30, 2006

Soddamned Insane = Jesus Christ?

This moron is making comparisons between Jesus Christ and Saddam Hussein. Of course he hopes that Saddam isn't deified. How so very kind of him.
Once, they hailed him a leader, some out of respect, some out of fear.
Then, the crowds turned on him, calling for his death. A kangaroo trial took
place, one where his homeland didn't really want jurisdiction but the real
dictator didn't want his blood on his hands so he kept throwing the trial
back at them.

Then, in a hurried decision, he was killed, before sundown and right before
a religious holiday.

No, I'm not talking about Saddam Hussein, I'm talking about Jesus Christ.
Of course, the Bush administration doesn't hold history to any regard, nor are
they truly Christians, although they claim to be, so how or why would they see
the similarities. But I do. Not that the two men are or were anything alike.
One was good, one was evil. But the situations seem the same surrounding
their deaths. I bring this up out of fear, fear that the most recent murder,
that of Saddam Hussein, won't end in the same type of deification Christ's
did.

So, like Pilate, as we Americans try and wash the blood of Hussein off of
our hands (and make no mistake, his death is squarely our doing, and it cost us
almost half-a-trillion dollars) we need to ask ourselves, what did this man do
to us to deserve this, the ultimate form of punishment?

This tour de force of ignorance continues with twisted logic, twisted statements and lies. I guess in this case it might be okay to state "For Christ's sake, shut up moron." Sorry Mom.

AP/Alaa al-Marini
Iraqi soldiers celebrate Saddam's hanging in Najaf.

Iraqis = 3/5 people continued


An Iraqi woman celebrates after hearing news about the execution of the former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein, while she holds a picture of her son, a victim of the Saddam regime. AP Photo

Saddam hanged for male growth!! Cheaper than drugs...

Whatever evil Saddam Hussein did, his trial and soon-to-occur executionwere
and are a farce, both of which have been timed for maximum domesticpolitical
effect here, not in Iraq.


The trial verdict was timed for the November
election and the hanging istimed so Bush can brag — yes, brag — about it at the
State of theUnion address.

I am sure Bush imagines his ____ will grow an inch longer once he has seen to Saddam Hussein’s hanging. Boy, is he ever in for a surprise.

BTW, have you ever noticed how much Bush has adopted the
bow-legged walkof actual cowboys? That’s pretty hilarious since Bush is AFRAID
to getup on, much less ride, a horse.

Bush is a wuss, a wimp, and a scaredy cat.

What a loser.

I am sure Bush thinks that whoever masterminds the most deaths wins the macho award.

That’s what irritates him so much about Saddam Hussein, who also killeda lot of people. Bush has to hurry to catch up.


For a group of "carers" who love the "Religion of Peace" they sure hate a lot and think most of the world's people are too stupid to think for themselves. The little brown people are 3/5s of a human because they are Bush's slaves.

Josh Marshall - Iraqis = 3/5 people?

Because they're brown people you know.

Evil dumb Bush is manipulating entire continents and we're dumber than Bush because only JOSH is smart enough to know that Iraqis aren't smart enough to make decisions for themselves.

These jokers are being dragged kicking and screaming to the realization that the
whole thing's a mess and that they're going to be remembered for it -- defined
by it -- for decades and centuries. But before we go, we can hang Saddam. Quite
a bit of this was about the president's issues with his dad and the hang-ups he
had about finishing Saddam off -- so before we go, we can hang the guy as some
big cosmic 'So There!'


Marx might say that this was not tragedy but farce. But I think we need to get way beyond options one and two even to get close to this one -- claptrap justice meted out to the former dictator in some puffed-up act of self-justification as the country itself collapses in the hands of the occupying army.



Oh, and by the way Al Queda is just a group of misunderstood guys and Josh is just game for it.

Meet Praveen

A boy without a clue

So, now u undertand the title of this post, i guess...Saddam was cruel, a
peronification of evil...he died..but the Satan Bush is still here to create
more Saddams....SATAN lives on.....here are Saddam's last words to his
followers...

``Here, I offer my soul to God as a sacrifice, and if he wants, he will
send it to heaven with the martyrs,''

I SALUTE SADDAM'S BRAVERY EVEN WHEN FACING
DEATH AND ONCE MORE .......DOWN WITH BUSH...DOWN WITH USA


your crusader Praveen

Friday, December 29, 2006

Saddam

CNN is being judicious about the Saddam execution. CNN doesn't want to upset those that want freedom by showing images that CNN thinks will promote murder.

Today, Iraqi's are dancing in the streets applauding his death. AP and the MSM aren't exactly in the same ballpark. I guess it doesn't fit their idea of news.

Oh, they'll bemoan the end of a murderer for the monent, then they'll find a reason why he wasn't so bad and then they'll discuss the need for a Saddam to come back. All because you and the world cannot understand the the true needs of the Iraqis.

Nor does the media. Obviously

Fat bastard dead.

Dead.

Good. Very good.

A common criminal is dead.

CNN is still worrying and waiting for pictures and hoping they are not too graphic.

Woe is they.

Dead.

Good.

Vasto Antipasto-secret recipe from 1820 Italy

Ingredients for 6:

1/4 lb hot cappicola
1/4 lb mild cappicola
1/4 lb prosciutto
1/4 lb salami
1/4 lb Virgina ham
1/4 very hard imported (aged) provolone
1/4 roasted red peppers (slice thinly)
1 cup celery (small slices)
2 hard boil egg
1 can anchovies
1 jar of marinated artichokes
3/4 head of iceberg lettuce
1 can of black olives pitted
4 pope tomatoes

Layer with lettuce first, meats second, and then vegetables. Make a second layer and place thin slices of hard boil egg and anchovy on top (decorate nicely.). Mix red wine vinegar, olive oil, salt and pepper to taste (more red vinegar is best!).

Serve with hard Italian bread.

Saddam hanged.

One butcher.

One gallow.

Recipe for Italian Boulibasse

3 quarts marinara sauce
10 lobster tails or 5 lobsters cut
2 cloves of garlic
1tbs of flat (italian) parsley
1/2 cup red wine
1/2 lb small (little necks) clams
1/2 lb mussles
1/4 lb cod

mix sauce, garlic, parsley, and red wine and heat until warm

add lobster, shrimp, cod, mussles, and lobster. Cook 15 - 20 mins on med. heat until a low boil.

Serve fish in separate bowl. Mix sauce with linguine in separate bowl.

Buon appetito!!!

Michal Razniewski


Associated Press in 1837

December 29, 1837

COLONIES INVADED. AMERICAN ARMY IN DISARRAY. Riots against administration’s lies that led to war held in Boston, New York and Philadelphia .

“The Caroline Affair.” A Canadian militia crosses into New York State and burns an American steamboat, the Caroline, which was suspected of carrying supplies to Canadian rebels.

Update:
Washington Post reporting women, children and minorities most at risk of violence.

Update: Protestors meet President Van Buren with cries of “No blood for maple syrup.” Lucinda Sheehan chains herself to Presidential carriage.

Italy 2005


Associated Press in 1780



December 29, 1780

COLONIES LOST. MINUTE MEN IN DISARRAY. Riots against War throughout new world.

The British army, under Benedict Arnold, invades Virginia.

King George names new cabinet posts in NY,MA,VA and rest of New England.

Update:

Washington Post reporting women, children and minorities most at risk of colonial terror backlash.

Yeah, but will they fly.....


Green eggs AND green ham? I yam.


Tuesday, December 26, 2006

New York, New York

In-laws.

Christmas Eve Italian dinner. 7 fish from the 7 seas and 7 courses. 21 people. 7 hours to eat and then relive the year, the lives and the family history. Ages 6 to 75. The wife's family.

I'm of Welsh/German extraction. No AKC here. Go figure.

Very full. still.
New York, New York. I am.

Monday, December 25, 2006

Merry Christmas to all, especially our troops where ever they serve. I pray for their safe return and I pray for their success in their, our, mission.

God bless you all.

Sunday, December 24, 2006




Merry Christmas. To all.


Problem uncovered.

An overwhelming number of Britons believe religion does more harm than good
while non-believers outnumber believers by nearly two to one, an ICM poll
suggested.


Now solve it.

Saturday, December 23, 2006

Global Orgasm Day

I first spoke of it here. Now, today, it has finally arrived. I am so psyched! There is a fly in the ointment (yeah, think it), I have had a migraine all day. Think the wife is channeling me?

Friday, December 22, 2006

Gothic Window



Brecknock Museum and Art Gallery

Al Queda wins one for the Democrats

Howard Dean takes credit.

In a portion of the tape from al Qaeda No. 2 man, Ayman al Zawahri, made
available only today, Zawahri says he has two messages for American
Democrats.

"The first is that you aren't the ones who won the midterm elections,
nor are the Republicans the ones who lost. Rather, the Mujahideen -- the Muslim
Ummah's vanguard in Afghanistan and Iraq -- are the ones who won, and the
American forces and their Crusader allies are the ones who lost," Zawahri said,
according to a full transcript obtained by ABC News.

Zawahri calls on the Democrats to negotiate with him and Osama bin
Laden, not others in the Islamic world who Zawahri says cannot help.

"And if you don't refrain from the foolish American policy of backing
Israel, occupying the lands of Islam and stealing the treasures of the Muslims,
then await the same fate," he said.


Treasures? Nobody said anything about treasure!

Read more at Red State.

Blogs suck

As the unofficial, unpaid and unknown nonagent for a certain Mr. Dave Burge it is my distinct honor to inform you he is still skulking in an alley near you.

Here

Thursday, December 21, 2006

Political Correctness defined

A doctrine fostered by a delusional, illogical liberal minority, and
rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth
the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Why little man Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is upset


Thanks to an anti-freedom group for the map showing why the little guy and his imams are upset with the US.
Iran blusters well, but a two front confrontation, diplomatic or military, may be beyond their abilities which is why Iran is bluffing big. As they put pressure on Syria, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Egypt, Pakistan and the others, the US is working to isolate them by the same means.
For a starting point the US has troops and bases in Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Kirgizstan, Diego Garcia, Oman, and Afghanistan. The US is working with other countries in the region.
Will entreaties of "nuclear power" by Iran to oil based economy countries be enough to tip the balance to them?
Looking at the recent voting in Iran I don't think it's just the little guy that is nervous in Iran.

Merry Christmas and thanks to the troops

Go here and say thank you to our troops for protecting us.

Go here to tell Chucky what you think of his very low esteem of our troop.

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

James Baker does to Israel and US what he did to Reagan

Baker accused of skirtingU.S. sanctions on Saddam

You see, it's just business, but good advice is to not leave finger prints on the knife or the back.

A note from Nancy Pelosi with a P. S.

100 Hours: Honest Leadership and Open Government

During the first 100 legislative hours of the 110th
Congress, Speaker-designate Pelosi and the Democratic Leadership have pledged to
pass key measures affecting the everyday lives of all Americans. One of
these is a series of proposals to clean up Washington and severing unethical
ties between lawmakers and lobbyists. We will start by banning travel and gifts
from lobbyists, getting tough on special interest earmarks, and ending the
abusive processes that have destroyed democracy in the House of
Representatives.

WHY PROPOSAL IS NEEDED:
Americans are paying for the cost of corruption in Washington with skyrocketing prices at the pump, spiraling drug costs, and the waste, fraud and no-bid contracts in the Gulf Coast and Iraq, for Administration cronies like Halliburton.


· The cozy relationship between Congress and special interests has resulted in lobbying scandals, such as those involving Republican super lobbyist Jack Abramoff. In this scandal, former Rep. Bob Ney pleaded guilty to conspiring to commit fraud -- accepting all-expense-paid trips to play golf in Scotland and accepting meals, sports and concert tickets, while providing legislative favors for Abramoff’s clients.

· The scandal of former Rep. Duke Cunningham pleading guilty to accepting bribes from defense contractors in return for his help in securing defense contracts pointed up the damage of the earmarking special projects that has exploded in the Republican Congress.

· Republicans permitted a Congress in which lobbyists write the bills, 15-minute votes are held open for three hours, and entirely new legislation is crammed into signed conference reports in the dead of night.

BIPARTISAN SUPPORT FOR PROPOSAL: Reform
proposals have been introduced by both Democrats and Republicans.

· Exit polls showed that 42 percent of voters called corruption an extremely important issue in their choices at the polls. [CNN, 11/8/06]

· A number of these proposals are bipartisan, including a bill by Rep. Shays and Meehan (H.R.5677), by Sens. McCain and Leiberman (S. 2128), and Reps. Hefley and Udall (H.R. 4988).

PREVIOUS ACTION ON PROPOSAL:
Lobbying and government reform has been debated and passed by the House and Senate in 2006.

· On May 3, 2006, the House passed the Republicans’ anemic package of reforms (H.R. 4975), after extensive hearings on a range of these topics. The Senate reform proposal (S.2349) passed on March 29, 2006, but the Congress failed to reconcile the two versions.

· During those debates, Democrats proposed a tough, “far more robust version of lobbying reform” that was voted on twice and nearly passed the House with 16 Republicans supporting them. [Washington Post, 4/25/06; Vote #118, 5/3/06]

P.S. to my bella donna San Francisco treat;

- 40 of the 45 members of the Senate Democrat Caucus have taken money from Abramoff, his associates, and Indian tribe clients.

- Jimmy Carter taking bribes to write his latest anti-Semitic love fest for dead buddy Arafat all for his beautiful, and needed, Presidential Library

- An independent counsel who investigated possible tax violations by former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Henry Cisneros charged that the Clinton administration thwarted his efforts to get to the truth.

- U.S. Rep. William Jefferson (D-La.) is under criminal investigation by the U.S. Justice Department for possible bribery in exchange for promoting business deals in Africa and a cool $90,000 in his freezer

- Rep Maxine Waters for benefiting her family in numerous business deals

- Former Democat Gov. Donald Siegelman of Alabama was charged in a "widespread racketeering conspiracy" that includes accusations he took a bribe from former hospital executive Richard Scrushy for a key state appointment.

- Frank Ballance - a former Democrat Rep. from North Carolina was sentenced to four years in federal prison for conspiring to divert taxpayer money to his law firm and family through a charitable organization he helped start.

- Rep. Alan Mollohan (WV) - $200 million + to himself and his business buddies it appears

- Rep. John Murtha (PA) – This is the guy that put scam back in abs and steers millions of wasted taxpayer money to his district friends.

- Rep. Alcee Hastings (FL) – Impeached for a $150,000 bribe

- Raymond Reggie, a New Orleans political Democratic consultant and fund-raiser who is Senator Kennedy's brother-in-law was sentenced to a year in prison yesterday after pleading guilty to bank fraud charges.

Update: 12/20/06

- We must not forget the Fords of TN. A new day, a new indictment. Read here.

Monday, December 18, 2006

Almost finished. Starting the interior trim. soon.


Powell against the Powell Doctrine

Matt at Weapons of Mass Discussion has a very good point about presidential candidate General Powell doing a Kerry on himself.

Iraq economy exploding

Of course Newsweek and other media couldn't discuss this during the election. They were making their green in the Green Zone reporting on everything they saw at the local watering hole while their trusted "stringers" sat around making stories up.

How will the left continue to deny this? They'll just twist facts into lies and pat themselves on the back for exposing another failing of Amerika and the appointed Bush regime.
Real-estate prices have risen several hundred percent, suggesting that Iraqis
are more optimistic about the future than most Americans are.

Not just real estate, but consumer goods are availible as never before and salaries have risen sharply as oil revenues will probably exceed projected profits. New business is popping up every where.

Flash! Newsweek thinks "trickle down" economics works. In Iraq. not here.

The whole story reads like a "this can't be happening, but it is" revelation by the reporter. DU and Kos are weeping.

Read the rest here.

Update: 12/20/06

Fruited Plains asked the obvious (for him) question, what if we are winning? An interesting read!

Saturday, December 16, 2006

Battlefield's 'Doc' now in a nation's care

Read this. It is America. It is what our enemies are not.

I am stunned.

CAIR VS the locals in the Columbus Dispatch

AIRPORT WASN'T GUILTY OF DISCRIMINATION
Published: Wednesday, November 29,
2006
EDITORIAL & COMMENT 10A
Last Wednesday's Dispatch article "U.S.
investigating why 6 Muslim clerics were pulled from flight" struck a nerve. From
what I have read, the security personnel at the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport
acted reasonably and responsibly under the circumstances. They should be
commended for taking appropriate actions in response to a "combination of
circumstances ... (that appeared) suspicious," particularly because they, I am
certain, carefully weighed the consequences of their actions if their suspicions
proved incorrect against the risk that there was a real threat.

As a frequent traveler to Israel, I note that if the Muslim imams were traveling from Israel's Ben Gurion Airport, reputably the safest in the world, they would have
immediately and without hesitation been singled out for special scrutiny,
because the security personnel there engage in profiling, a common-sense
practice that is unacceptable here.

I read with amazement the comments of Nihad Awad, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, who stated that he hoped the incident would "raise awareness ... that praying as a Muslim and flying as a Muslim should not trigger any fear and any prejudice." What sort of fools does he take us for?

To the Muslim leadership around the world, which is so adept at inflaming the Muslim masses, and whose tepid condemnations of acts of terrorism committed in the name of Islam exacerbate the "fear and prejudice" they bemoan, I say the incident in Minneapolis is a good example of reaping what you sow.

RICHARD L. LEVINE

Bexley

AIRLINE DISCRIMINATED AGAINST MUSLIM CLERICS
Published: Sunday, December 10, 2006
EDITORIAL & COMMENT
04B
I respond to Richard Levine's Nov. 29 letter "Airport wasn't guilty of
discrimination." Six imams, who had passed through the airport security checks
and boarded a US Airways flight in Minneapolis, were regarded as suspicious by a
passenger, who alerted a flight attendant.

The men were handcuffed, removed from the plane, detained and questioned for several hours. Then, despite their being innocent and completely cleared by federal officials, US Airways and some other airlines refused to allow them to purchase tickets for other scheduled flights home.

Many of the rumors and inaccurate information surrounding the
alleged suspicious behavior of the men have been proved to be false. For
example, contrary to what some media reports stated, all had roundtrip tickets
and luggage. The incident boils down to overreaction by a passenger and the
airline to Muslim men on the aircraft and their observance of routine prayers
prior to boarding. In America today, those who encourage this type of religious
profiling stoke the flames of anger and fear. Then they call for people to act
on prejudice and institutionalize bigotry in the form of ethnic and religious
profiling. But sanctioning witch hunts and a Ku Klux Klan-like mentality will
not lift up this nation, nor will it make us safer.

We have worked very hard in this country to set standards of decency and personal conduct that respect each individual. Some of the memories of racial and ethnic profiling in our nation's history bring us shame and disbelief as we wonder why we allowed it. Others bring pain as the blight of racism has not been purged from us
collectively, and we know it.

But we try. Because when prejudice exists in the eye of the beholder, any innocent activity can seem sinister. This was illustrated clearly in these recent events. Three men prayed in a side area of the airport waiting room. Two large men asked for seatbelt extenders. A blind man moved his seat to be near an acquaintance. These brought out handcuffs, the FBI and wild rumors circulating in the media.

At an interfaith pray-in near the US Airways ticket counter at Washington National Airport, Rabbi Arthur Waskow of the Shalom Center of Philadelphia explained why he would not fly on US Airways until they apologized and recompensed the imams.

If we believe in the values America has stood for, we must stand together to be a just nation and recognize the humanity of each individual. We must give each person equal protection under the law, and we must stand against racial, ethnic and religious profiling and discrimination.

ASMA MOBIN-UDDIN

PresidentCouncil on
American-Islamic Relations, Ohio ChapterColumbus

Airport stunt orchestrated to garner sympathy
Saturday, December 16, 2006

I am writing about Asma Mobin-Uddin’s Sunday letter "Airline discriminated against Muslim clerics."

Her letter is filled with untruths and gratuitous references meant to convince readers that the six imams were mistreated. Mobin-Uddin stated twice that only "a passenger" was suspicious of their behavior. Not one, but many passengers were unnerved, according to witnesses and the police, by the six imams chanting loudly with shouts of "Allah" or "Allah Akbar" before they even boarded their flight.

Again, not just one, but many passengers inside the plane were suspicious
because of their statements mentioning terrorism and independently moving their
seat assignments to a configuration that reflected those of the 9/11 murderers,
i.e., two in the front row first-class, two in the middle of the plane on the
exit aisle and two in the rear of the cabin.

The six imams, according to police reports and witnesses, spoke English and Arabic, criticizing President Bush and the war in Iraq, and spoke of al-Qaida and Osama bin Laden as they wandered the cabin, according to those on board who spoke Arabic. Three of the imams requested seatbelt extensions, which they placed on the floor next to their feet. The seat belt extensions can be used as weapons, according to air
marshals.

Each incident by itself may be small, but taken as a whole this
appears to be an orchestrated effort to purposely trigger suspicion by airline
staff. Mobin-Uddin stated that the six imams were humiliated and taken off the
plane in handcuffs, which the police, the airline and witnesses say did not
happen. Mobin-Uddin used inflamatory phrases such as "witch hunts" and "Ku Klux
Klan-like mentality" and combined them with statements of "the values America
has stood for" and "the blight of racism has not yet been purged from us
collectively" to lead readers to believe that Americans hate Muslims in general
and Arabs specifically.

By manipulating America’s sense of fair play, the Council on American-Islamic Relations foists charges of Islamophobia on Americans to legitimize their fight against "discrimination." The airport stunt was orchestrated.

Mobin-Uddin’s letter is a furthering of this orchestration, using falsehoods to elicit a sympathetic response for Americans to "stand against racial, ethnic and religious profiling and discrimination."

CAIR, a group known to financially and spiritually support terrorist groups
that hate and murder for racial, ethnic and religious differences, now lectures
us, a country that supports all people.

Don’t buy it. It is a lie.

EDWARD JENKINS
Granville

Decision to remove imams from plane was correct one
Saturday, December 16,
2006
· More
letters to the editor (Web only)


I respectfully address Asma Mobin-Uddin’s Sunday letter where she repeated some of the misinformation concerning the US Airways flight in Minneapolis in which six Muslim clerics were removed from a plane and detained for questioning by police and the FBI. They were later cleared.

Mobin-Uddin stated, for example, that the US Airways crew acted on the basis of a complaint from one customer. Let me reiterate that several customers raised concerns about behaviors, which also were observed by the flight crew.

Moreover, the decision to remove the passengers was not based on the fact that they were praying in a terminal, but rather several factors on board the aircraft, all outlined in the police report. The decision to remove the imams for questioning was made in concert with ground security, the US Airways operations center, local police and the FBI.

US Airways does not profile and takes safety and security of all passengers very seriously. We find it unfortunate that she likened our processes to the Ku Klux Klan and witch hunts. Any passengers, regardless of religion, race or creed, acting in the same way would have resulted in the same actions and procedures.

We aren’t perfect, however. The next day, a miscommunication occurred between headquarters and the field crew, which led to the imams not being rebooked the following morning. When we realized that they had been denied boarding that morning, our Minneapolis general manager went through the airport looking for them. By then, they had already booked on Northwest. We did meet them when they arrived in Phoenix.

We consider this primarily a customer-service and security issue
and reiterate that, although we are always concerned when passengers are
inconvenienced, our crew and ground employees made the appropriate call.

VALERIE WUNDER
US Airways Corporate
Communications
Tempe, Ariz.

Friday, December 15, 2006

MSM's war on the War On Terror (WOTWOT)

If the MSM can redefine events, realities and words at will to fit their pitiful little world I believe we must define what they are doing, thus I am calling their campaign to defeat global freedom the war on the War On Terror or WOTWOT.

I've discussed what I think will transpire once the opponents of defeating radical Islam (in its many forms) believe they have gained the upper hand here, here, here, here, here and started here.

Now, the incoming NYT's editorial page editor, Andrew Rosenthal, has this to say:

If he sticks to these fictions about achieving victory and all the other things
that he keep talking about then we may have to change. It really does depend, I
mean, we're going to withdraw our troops from Iraq and we're going to do that
without initiating a fully functioning government that serves as a beacon of
hope for the Middle east. I mean its interesting and very instructive to go back
and look at last year's strategy for success in Iraq strategy included:
defeating terrorists, establishing full democracy in Iraq, an independent army,
and an Iraq that is part of the international economic system, I don't know what
that means. Are they supposed to join the IMF or the WTO I don' t know what the
heck that means. And this kind of burgeoning democracy throughout the Middle
East well none of that 's going to happen, I think that's pretty clear - at
least not in George Bush's timeframe.


Read the rest here. I think he is up to the NYT job, which is not to be confused with forming or expressing a cogent opinion. It is apparent to me that the NYT has told him his opinion and neither care a whit what the facts are.

Just plain wrong III



Mommy, you sure this isn't Rasputin?

John Kerrys their water

John F. Kerry proves once again that he hasn't a clue of what is going on in the world wide struggle with radicalism.

LGF has more. A lot more. Go read it. now.

Thursday, December 14, 2006

Blue State VS Red State

A friend sent this to me as a reminder of just how loving liberals are. They are like the religion of peace. It was written in 2005, but I think the only difference would be more arrogance if it had been written today.

November 3, 2005

F*ck the South. F*ck 'em. We should have let them go when
they wanted to leave. But no, we had to kill half a million people so they'd
stay part of our special Union. Fighting for the right to keep slaves - yeah,
those are states we want to keep.
And now what do we get? We're the f*cking Arrogant Northeast Liberal Elite? How about this for arrogant: the South is the Real America? The Authentic America. Really?
Cause we f*cking founded this country, *ssholes. Those Founding Fathers you keep going on and on about? All that bullsh*t about what you think they meant by the Second Amendment giving you the right to keep your *ssault weapons in the glove compartment because you didn't bother to read the first half of the f*cking sentence? Who do you think those wig-wearing lacy-shirt sporting revolutionaries were? They were f*cking blue-staters, d*ckhead. Boston? Philadelphia? New York? Hello? Think there might be a reason all the f*cking monuments are up here in our backyard?
No, No. Get the f*ck out. We're not letting you visit the Liberty Bell and f*cking Plymouth Rock anymore until you get over your real American selves and start respecting those other nine amendments. Who do you think those f*cking stripes on the flag are for? Nine are for f*cking blue states. And it would be 10 if those Vermonters had gotten their f*cking Subarus together and broken off from New York a little earlier. Get it? We started this sh*t, so don't get all uppity about how real you are you Johnny-come-lately "Oooooh I've been a state for almost a hundred years" d*ckheads. F*ck off.
Arrogant? You wanna talk about us Northeasterners being f*cking arrogant? What's more American than arrogance? Hmmm? Maybe horsies? I don't think so. Arrogance is the f*cking cornerstone of what it means to be American. And I wouldn't be so f*cking arrogant if I wasn't paying for your f*cking bridges, bitch.
All those Federal taxes you love to hate? It all comes from us and goes to you, so shut up and enjoy your f*cking Tennessee Valley Authority
electricity and your fancy highways that we paid for. And the next time Florida
gets hit by a hurricane you can come crying to us if you want to, but you're the
ones who built on a f*cking swamp. "Let the Spanish keep it, it’s a sh*thole,"
we said, but you had to have your f*cking orange juice.
The next d*ckwad who says, "It’s your money, not the government's money" is gonna get their *ss kicked. Nine of the ten states that get the most federal f*cking dollars and pay the least... can you guess? Go on, guess. That’s right, motherf*cker, they're red states. And eight of the ten states that receive the least and pay the most? It’s too easy, *sshole, they’re blue states. It’s not your money, *ssholes, it’s
f*cking our money. What was that Real American Value you were spouting a minute
ago? Self reliance? Try this for self reliance: buy your own f*cking stop signs,
*ssholes.
Let’s talk about those values for a f*cking minute. You and your Southern values can bite my *ss because the blue states got the values over you f*cking Real Americans every day of the goddamn week. Which state do you think has the lowest divorce rate you marriage-hyping d*ckwads? Well? Can you guess? It’s f*cking Massachusetts, the f*cking center of the gay marriage universe. Yes, that’s right, the state you love to tie around the neck of anyone to the left of Strom Thurmond has the lowest divorce rate in the f*cking nation. Think that’s just some aberration? How about this: 9 of the 10 lowest divorce rates are f*cking blue states, *sshole, and most are in the Northeast, where our values suck so bad. And where are the highest divorce rates? Care to f*cking guess? 10 of the top 10 are f*cking red-*ss we're-so-f*cking-moral states. And while Nevada is the worst, the Bible Belt is doing its f*cking part.
But two guys making out is going to f*cking ruin marriage for you? Yeah? Seems like you're ruining it pretty well on your own, you little b*st*rds. Oh, but that's ok because you go to church, right? I mean you do, right? Cause we f*cking get to hear about it every goddamn year at election time. Yes, we're fascinated by how you get up every Sunday morning and sing, and then you're f*cking towers of moral
superiority. Yeah, that's a workable formula. Maybe us f*cking Northerners don't
talk about religion as much as you because we're not so busy sinning, hmmm? Ever
think of that, you self-righteous *ssholes? No, you're too busy erecting giant stone tablets of the Ten Commandments in buildings paid for by the f*cking Northeast Liberal Elite. And who has the highest murder rates in the nation? It ain't us up here in the North, *ssholes.
Well this gravy train is f*cking over. Take your liberal-bashing, federal-tax-leaching, confederate-flag-waving, holier-than-thou, hypocritical bullsh*t and shove it up your *ss.
And no, you can't have your f*cking convention in New York next time. F*ck off.


This guy's facts are just a tad off and he seems to have forgotten that whole Monroe-Jefferson-Washington in Virginia thing going on during the founding, but hey, he's got a fabulous vocabulary!

Iraq lost election is becoming fact - In the MSM

Soon it will be merely mentioned as fact....

Unpopular Iraq war still has supporters
Thu Dec 14, 2006 1:00pm ET
Discontent over the war was viewed as a key reason why Bush's Republican Party
lost control of Congress in November 7 congressional elections.


Surprise! Blue staters believe the War on Terror is going badly and they disapprove of President Bush's handling of it, but by (their) god they support the troops, just not what they're doing. They also believe in greater number that Bush lied, but not Kerry, Kennedy, Pelosi, et al and that the World Trade Center murders were an inside job.

They would also believe that Palestine, TX is pronounced Pa-lees-tin because fly-over people are to dumb to pronounce the name of their favorite group of terrorists correctly.

Stone - no mortar


Libras/Aquarians wreak carnage

Personally, I love science. kinda. So when I see some hard new science pointing to an ill in our society I just get tingly. This means my wife drives from now on.

So, what's your sign? You crash here often?
Thu Dec 14, 2006 10:58 AM ET
By Naomi Kim

TORONTO, Dec 13 (Reuters Life!) - Never mind how careful you are behind the wheel or how long you've been driving, the signs of the zodiac may be bigger factors behind your ability to avoid car crashes -- or why you have too many.

According to a study by InsuranceHotline.com, a Web site that quotes
drivers on insurance rates, astrological signs are a significant factor in
predicting car accidents.

The study, which looked at 100,000 North American drivers' records from the past six years, puts Libras (born September 23-October
22) followed by Aquarians (January 20-February 18) as the worst offenders for tickets and accidents

Leos (July 23-August 22) and then Geminis (May 21-June 20) were found to be the best overall.

"I was absolutely shocked by the results," said Lee Romanov, president of Toronto-based InsuranceHotline.com, who also wrote the book "Car Carma" which touches on the correlation between astrological signs and driving ability while doing the study.

Romanov originally wanted to have some fun by examining astrological signs as a possible cause for the variance between insurance companies quoting high and low rates but didn't expect to find anything interesting.

"Now, changing postal codes is far less significant to me than drivers of certain astrological signs," she told Reuters on Wednesday.

Even age, another variable for determining insurance rates, is less of a consideration to Romanov. The cutoff line for being considered a higher risk driver is 24 years of age; 25-year-olds are considered not-high risk.
"I'd rather get into a car with a 24-year-old Leo than a 25-year-old Aries," Romanov said.

Leos, described along with the study results on insuranceHotline.com/a10.html, are "generous, and comfortable in
sharing the roadway."

Aries, on the other hand, "have a 'me first' childlike nature that drives Aries into trouble."

"I wasn't believing in it before," said Romanov, "but I would think twice before getting into a car with an Aries."

I read it all and we're in big trouble, because Romanov wouldn't get in a car with my wife either. Yeah, well my family statistically doesn't have an acute lead problem Romanov.

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Democrats shopped Foley story to papers

Told ya so.
Democratic campaign operatives pushed newspapers to write about then-Rep.
Mark Foley's e-mails to teenage pages in the hope that a scandal would emerge
before the midterm elections, according to a House ethics report.

Immigration raid linked to ID theft, Chertoff says

More than 1,200 people were arrested for alleged immigration violations in
Tuesday's six-state raid on meat processing plants and about 65 of them face
criminal charges, including identity theft, Homeland Security Secretary Michael
Chertoff said today.

Federal officials said Operation Wagon Train netted 1,282 individuals,
the largest such crackdown on illegal immigration at a single worksite.

"This is not only a case about illegal immigration, which is bad
enough," Chertoff said at a news conference in Washington. "It's a case about
identity theft and violation of the privacy rights and the economic rights of
innocent Americans."

He said the cases involved the identify theft of hundreds of
people.

"These individuals suffered very real consequences in their lives," he
said. "These are not victimless crimes."

...

Others criticized the effect on families or called the raids
heavy-handed.

"They are taking mothers and fathers and we're really concerned about
the children," said the Rev. Clarence Sandoval of St. Thomas Aquinas Roman
Catholic Church in Logan, Utah. "I'm getting calls from mothers saying they
don't know where their husband was taken," he said.

Contributing: Associated Press


It's more than just ID theft.

Est. # by illegal aliens in the US every day.

12 murders = 4,380 per year
13 drunk driving deaths = 4,745 per year

That is 9,125 deaths per year.

8 children sexually abused = 2,920 per year
100 sex offenders enter illegally = 36,500 each committing 4 offenses = 146,000 per year

It is also estimated that 360,000 children are born to illegal aliens in the US every year and their birth is free because of the status of the parent(s).

Another estimate is that over 270,000 illegal aliens are jailed every year.

These figures are just the tip of the iceberg. It does not include government handouts, social services (yes, they get some), expenditures by social and religious groups that could be going to legal citizens, nor does it include petty crime, accidents nor the cost of trying to maintain our borders nor the daily cost of investigating and attempted capture and judicial costs.

Somtins broken here Rev Sandoval and you're helping it get more brokened.

Kofi Talk

Kofi unkovered. This is why you should read the block head of RPMs.

Nearly 50 years ago, when I arrived in Minnesota as a student fresh from
Africa, I had much to learn. For example, the concept of “connecting flights,”
because I was actually supposed to be going to California.

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Abandoned house


Werner Foerster

The following is a Dec. 12 statement released by the student groups that
share the Guillermo Morales/Assata Shakur Community Center at CCNY, along with a
flyer titled “The Facts Are Out, NJ Trooper Lied” with five "proofs" that Assata
Shakur is innocent:

We know that many Black people that fought for better conditions in the
70’s were framed. We consider Assata Shakur to be one of the people who were wrongfully and purposefully framed for her activities. And we consider her a hero and role model for standing up for our people and putting her life on the line. We commend City College for asserting our right to have this room and use it to serve the community in Assata and Guillermo’s name.

Read more from City College. Meanwhile, as these students of knowledge decide the law for themselves, Trooper Foerster is still dead and his family no longer knows him.

For the rest of the story including statements from police and the courts read below from 2003:

On May 2, 1973 New Jersey State Troopers James Harper and Werner Foerster were patrolling the New Jersey Turnpike in the area of East Brunswick. They stopped a car with three occupants.

The Troopers were questioning the occupants when the driver and female passenger suddenly came up with semi-automatic pistols and opened fire. Trooper Foerster was struck twice in the chest, and Trooper Harper was hit in the shoulder. The female then proceeded to take the service weapon from the injured Trooper Foerster’s. She pointed it at the wounded Trooper and shot him twice in the head, execution style. The thirty-four-year-old trooper with just three years on the road died soon after. He left a wife and family behind. Fortunately, Trooper Harper survived.The three were apprehended a short time later.

In 1977 the female shooter was convicted and sentenced to life plus 26 to 33 years in prison. She was incarcerated in the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women in Hunterdon County. This facility is more commonly known today as Clinton.
On November 2, 1979 in the daylight hours this convicted murderer was serving her time in Clinton when she was taken from her cell to the visitor’s area to meet with four people who had come to see her. It was a setup. The four visitors took a Corrections Officer hostage. They then took a prison driver hostage. Using the hostages, the visitors helped her escape. She eluded capture for several years until 1986 when she made her way to Cuba. There she was granted political asylum. She has been there ever since.

Today, this woman goes by the name Assata Shakur. We know her as
Joanne Chesimard.

It’s been seventeen years now. Photos coming out of Cuba
show Chesimard to be a smiling, happy, fit, and seemingly well-rested tourist on
an extended vacation. Not a care in the world. In fact, she’s even written five
books which are carried by major American booksellers such as Amazon.com,
Borders, and Barnes and Noble.

The good folks over at the NY Times even found their way to review her book which most definitely boosted sales. "A deftly written book... a spellbinding tale." -New York Times Book Review

On counter-culture websites she is celebrated as a revolutionary. Being the aunt of
deceased rapper Tupac Shakur has only furthered her status.

Seventeen years. For seventeen years this excrement has been living on an Island in the Caribbean. Granted, Cuba might not be the first choice for retirement, but
chances are with her American fugitive status she has not been bothered too much
by the Communist Government.

Several attempts have been made to diplomatically bring Joanne Chesimard back. Some of these were stagnated by our own government.

In 1998 the US House of Representatives passed a unanimous resolution urging Castro to return Chesimard to the United States. When the vote went to the floor it was worded using the name Joanne Chesimard, not Assata Shakur. After the vote, Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D) from California realized that they were one and the same. She immediately wrote a letter to Fidel Castro explaining that she was purposely duped by Republicans. She stated that had she realized that Joanne Chesimard and Assata Shakur were one and the same, she would have voted against the resolution citing her belief that Chesimard was “persecuted as a result of her political beliefs and political affiliations.” “I support the right of all nations to grant political asylum to individuals fleeing political persecution.” Excuse my
French, but what a piece of shit.

Talk about sending mixed messages. It’s not certain which is scarier; the fact that a United States Congresswoman would be opposed to the extradition of someone who murdered one police officer and wounded another, or the fact that a United States Congresswoman casts her very powerful vote on issues when she is completely unaware of the facts. With this type of contradiction coming from our own government, it is no surprise that Chesimard still basks in the sun.

Chesimard will be fifty-six years old this July. It has been twenty-four years since she escaped to freedom and seventeen years since she took up new residence in Cuba. There is no investigation left to be done. She has already been convicted and
sentenced.

In 2000, we went through the Elian Gonzalez fiasco. Our government
followed the law in deciding to return him to Cuba. We respect their law while
they don’t respect ours. Did our Government even try to set up a backroom deal
to have Chesimard returned? Probably not. What about our Governor, two Senators, and thirteen House Representatives? Is having Chesimard returned on the plate of
any of our elected officials?

This is not just a lesson in history. Joanne Chesimard murdered a police officer. She shot and seriously wounded another. Imagine what the scene must have looked like to responding backup officers. Imagine the blood, the cries of pain, the sight of Troopers in uniform crying, the knock at the doors, the families completely losing it upon receiving the news, the chaos at the hospital, the pronouncement, the task of sitting down with the children, and later the funeral.

Joanne Chesimard needs to pay for her crimes. She needs to be brought to justice. As mentioned earlier, some attempts were made several years back, but nothing seems to be going on now. Pressure must be applied to our representatives to re-visit this issue and put it back on the front page. Our Government can work miracles when they want to. We have to make them want to. Joanne Chesimard has been free for twenty-four years. She murdered a police officer! She murdered a police officer! She murdered a police officer!

If the Government won't take action, then every local in this state should contribute monies to fund a trip to Cuba by family members and Troopers to personally meet with Fidel Castro and plead for her extradition.

Below is a link to reach the email page for the Governor. We ask that everyone reading this take the time and drop him a note expressing your outrage and your insistence that action be taken to bring Joanne Chesimard to justice. Remember too that this tragedy occurred long before Governor McGreevey was in office. His email page is a bit lengthy, but well worth the time. After all, if it was you on that motor vehicle stop back in 1973 you would want us to to do it for you and your
family.


NJLawman.com




Heisman on "Do not fly list"

Bumps little old lady, three cripples and two Jews from list by wide margin in vote by TSA sports officials.

Troy Smith's Heisman Trophy was shipped home because airport security would not allow the Ohio State quarterback to
take it on the plane Tuesday.

Putin, the environmentalist


The Russian authorities are also threatening BP over alleged environmental violations on a Siberian field in what is seen as a wider attempt to seize back assets handed over to foreign companies when energy prices were low

Reyes, Silvestre


Holocaust Hoax



"The 67 participants from 30 countries included former Ku Klux Klan leader David
Duke and Holocaust skeptics who have been prosecuted in Europe for questioning
whether 6 million Jews were killed by the Nazis or whether gas chambers were
ever used."


Morons.

Sty reduces food buget. Piglets hit hardest.

"There will be no congressional earmarks," Rep. David Obey, D-Wis., and Sen. Robert Byrd, D-W.Va., said Monday in a statement announcing
their plans, which were quickly endorsed by incoming Speaker Nancy Pelosi,
D-Calif., and soon-to-be Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D- Nev.

Okay, you have $20 - $30 Billion in speeding tickets, so how do you avoid your court date? Tell the Highway Patrol that now you will regulate speed on the highway and the Patrol says Yes!

Monday, December 11, 2006

Gore Vidal Slams U.S. Policy on Cuba

Yawn.

Nothing says Christmas


like releasing a slasher film on Christmas Day.

Classy.

President Dennis Kucinich

Yep, Dennis the Menace wants to be President because the Democrats aren't doing enough to get all those troops he just loves out of Iraq and back home. The scourge of Cleveland is a Progressive and as such the barricades keep whispering his name. "Save the peace Dennis. Save the peace!"

The proposer of a National Peace Department with all his flags waving said:

"Democrats were swept into power on Nov. 7 because of widespread voter
discontent with the war in Iraq," said the Ohio lawmaker. "Instead of heeding
those concerns and responding with a strong and immediate change in polices and
direction, the Democratic congressional leadership seems inclined to continue
funding the perpetuation of the war."

Yeah, gotcha Dennis, but don't you think it's a good idea to wait until the Democrats are actually, uh, in power?

Now go brush your teeth and get ready for bed Dennis.

Hillary says it still takes a village


Yeah, but who's village?

Pelosi deeply troubled by Republicans

"It is deeply troubling that the ethics committee has found that the failure of
the Members and staff responsible for the safety of the young men and young
women who serve as pages is, '...not merely the exercise of poor judgment; it is
a present danger to House pages and to the integrity of the institution of the
House,'" Pelosi said in a statement.


Gerry Studds was unavailible for comment, but Rep. Silvestre Reyes of Texas stated "Pages are predominantly catchers, right?"

John Boehner is the right man for the job

Friday, December 08, 2006
Boehner offers parting wisdom to GOP colleagues

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- House Majority Leader John Boehner told his GOP
colleagues Friday that for Republicans to reclaim the majority in 2008, they
must offer a slate of ideas in the new Congress and return to the party's core
principles including a limited government.The Ohio Republican offered this
advice in a five page memo sent to individual lawmakers as the House was
preparing to wrap up its business for the year."If we want to reclaim our
majority, we first have to reclaim our mantle as the party of hope, freedom and
reform ... the party of Reagan and Lincoln," Boehner writes in the memo. "As our
Democratic counterparts may discover the hard way, having a majority is of
limited value if you don't have a vision and a plan for using it."View the memo
-- CNN Political Editor Mark Preston

Franco still dead, So is Kilroy's hope

Monday, December 11, 2006
Recount confirms: GOP Rep. Pryce wins reelection
from Greg Botelho, CNN Washington Bureau-->

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- A congressional race that was so close it
triggered an automatic recount finally wrapped up Monday with officials
confirming Republican Rep. Deborah Pryce had won.Pryce ended Election Night
1,055 votes ahead of Democrat Mary Jo Kilroy, but the difference was within a
half-percentage point, which requires an automatic recount under Ohio law. The
recount numbers, released Monday, showed Pryce had gained 7 more votes, to win
with 110,739 votes to 109,677 for Kilroy. The two women waged one of the
country's most closely watched races, with Pryce -- as the House's No. 4
Republican leader -- seen by national Democrats as vulnerable on the war on Iraq
and her championing of President Bush's failed Social Security privatization
plan.
Posted 12/11/2006 10:05:00 AM

Frank Rich - reality based moron

Frank has declared Iraq lost, right on cue. He just came to this realization?

Only in an election year ruled by fiction could a sissy who used Daddy's
connections to escape Vietnam turn an actual war hero into a
girlie-man.
Frank Rich 2004

Al Gore is the "right man in the
right place at the right time" thanks to "a perfect storm of events," May 28,
2006

"It's not only cowboy diplomacy that's dead at this point in
the Bush era, but also functioning democracy as we used to know it."—Frank Rich,
July 16, 2006-12-11

"Most of all, disengagement from Iraq is the
patriotic thing to do. Diverting as 'divided Democrats' has been, it's escapist
entertainment. The Washington story that will matter most going forward is the
fate of the divided Republicans. Only if they heroically come together can the
country be saved from a president who, for all his professed pipe dreams about
democracy in the Middle East, refuses to surrender to democracy's verdict at
home."
It’s Not the Democrats Who Are Divided
By FRANK RICH November 19,
2006

He must be hot on the Manhatten party circuit. So witty, snarky and full of crap. These jerks are dime-a-dozen.

This is just plain wrong II

GOP poll

Friday, December 08, 2006

CNN auditions to be new AP

Thanks to News Busters via LGF

"President Bush didn’t just drink the Kool-Aid, he made it."

Suzanne Malveaux: “President Bush and his closest ally, British Prime
Minister Tony Blair, have stood shoulder to shoulder on the Iraq war since the
very beginning. Critics calling Mr. Bush ‘the cowboy’ for stubbornly leading the
charge, and Mr. Blair ‘the poodle’ for obediently following. But three years
since the U.S. invasion, the two are still adamant their Iraq mission is sound.
President Bush didn’t just drink the Kool-Aid, he made it. But perhaps now it’s
a little less sweet.”

Jeanne Kirkpatrick - Reflection

I didn't know Amb. Kirkpatrick. We were not friends. I was privileged to be around her, see her speak, publicly and privately, and I studied her in small work groups. I was very privileged.

Others will recount her accomplishments, the mountains she climbed and the mountains she just moved out of her way. That this woman was a friend of freedom is an understatement. To me, at least, she personified the best of the United States of America. That she rose in a time of giants makes her that much more.

Most young men's journey to the halls of power in DC are accompanied by hopes of being of some importance. Once there, mine were accompanied more so by a hope of not being a fool.

In a small planning meeting, with 5 other people and Mrs. Kirkpatrick, I found myself off to the side with strict instructions to not be seen nor heard, but to observe and take notes. Mrs. Kirkpatrick quietly took charge of the meeting when it appeared to lag, showing a sense of decorum that belied her impatience. The group's planning soon searched out new ideas and avenues of possibility far beyond the original intent giving birth to an ideal resolution to the problem.

There was a sense of relief in the group as people sat back to gather their thoughts and Mrs Kirkpatrick looked at my employer and said something like "We're a bunch of curmudgeons here, let's ask the future" and looked at me. I answered as best as I could hoping not to be foolish and lose my job, but I did more than appear just foolish, I confirmed my status as group idiot. Red faced, I knew I was headed back to Ohio.

Mrs. Kirkpatrick smiled that smile and chuckled and saved my ass. She looked at my boss, also impatient and brilliant, and reminded him that his most embarrassing moments rose from speaking his heart first, not his mind, and how that had not only not hindered his rise in the world, but had enhanced his reputation for "no bullshit".

For another hour or so people lingered and talked and told "war stories" of their years in politics. As I sat mortified against the wall someone produced a bottle and some sips were enjoyed by the rest of the group. After all had left, my boss looked at me and said "That fine lady saved your ass by making me think before reacting. Remember that and you will have an equivalent of a PhD in politics."

Thank you. RIP.

Jeanne Kirkpatrick - Rest in Peace


This is just plain WRONG


Deputy Dresses As Elf To Catch Speeders
150 Drivers Ticketed In About 2 Hours
1. Find out who thought this up
2. Fill his stocking with crap
3. Make them wear the stocking


Thursday, December 07, 2006

Follow God or vanish, Ahmadinejad tells West

Follow God or vanish, Ahmadinejad tells West
Dec 06 5:14 AM US/Eastern


Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
has warned Western leaders to follow the path of God or "vanish from the face of the earth".

"These oppressive countries are angry with us ... a nation that on the
other side of the globe has risen up and proved the shallowness of their power,"
Ahmadinejad said in a speech in the northern town of Ramsar, the semi-official
news agency Mehr reported Wednesday.


When contacted, Mohammed replied, "yada, yada, yada."

US Air 3, Imams 0

Probes dismiss imams' racism claim

Three parallel investigations into the removal of six imams from a US
Airways flight last month have so far concluded that the airline acted properly,
that the imams' claims they were merely praying and their eviction was racially
inspired are without foundation.


As I've never said before, this was a set up by imam 5. I do ask now, were they put up to it? Are there other set-ups that we haven't heard about because they worked?

AP still doesn't get it

AP

Iraq policy shot down
President urged to engage Iran and Syria, bring most
troops home by early 2008
WASHINGTON -- In a blunt repudiation of President
Bush's direction in Iraq, the bipartisan Iraq Study Group declared yesterday
that "current U.S. policy is not working" and urged a new course to stave off
potential catastrophe across the Middle East.
» Situation is 'grave and deteriorating'
Key recommendations from the Iraq Study
Group, led by James A. Baker III and Lee Hamilton:
» Analysis: Goal is getting Bush to budge
»
Ohio lawmakers agree that change is needed
»
U.S. troops doubt they'll come home soon

I suggest remedial reading and using Moaist techniques forcing AP personnel to mingle with us commom folk. Of course, that begs the question, just who is getting punished...

House overrides Taft veto

Republicans act like Republicans.

About four hours after Gov. Bob Taft vetoed a bill revamping Ohio's concealed-carry handgun law, the House voted 71-21 to override the veto.

...

The bill tweaks a number of areas involving concealed handguns, such as no longer requiring people in vehicles to carry guns in a locked container or in plain sight. The bill allows the gun to be carried in a holster or a purse, as long as the driver, if pulled over, informs an officer that he or she is carrying a gun.

Here. Here. Read All About It!

Howard Dean Socialist?

I mean, in my heart I knew it, but aaaarrrrrgggggghhhhhhh!

European Socialists eager to work with U.S. Democrats

Howard Dean, chairman of the national committee of the U.S. Democratic
Party, is attending the two-day conference together with the leaders of leftist
governments of several countries and party leaders from across Europe.

"We are not anti-American, we want the real America, your America," former
Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen, president of the European Socialist
Party, said in remarks directed at Dean.

...

Socrates said Dean's Democrats "should know that they can count on European
Socialists" for support.

Franco still dead/Kilroy still losing



Trailing Democrat makes no gain on first day of recount

MSM to report factually on Iraq


Somalia: Sheik Hussein Barre Rage

Is this crackpot's name for real?????

Sheik Hussein Barre Rage.

Let's just shorten it to Insane Bare Rage and there is nothing chic about him.

Somalia official issues beheading threat

Residents of a southern Somalia town who do not pray five times a day will
be beheaded, an Islamic courts official said Wednesday, adding the edict will be
implemented in three days.

Public places such as shops and tea houses in Bulo Burto, about 124
miles northeast of the capital, Mogadishu, should be closed during prayer time
and no one should be on the streets, said Sheik Hussein Barre Rage, the chairman
of the town's Islamic court.

Those who do not follow this edict "will definitely be beheaded
according to Islamic law," Rage told The Associated Press by phone. "As Muslims,
we should practice Islam fully, not in part, and that is what our religion
enjoins us to do."

He said that the courts are announcing the edict over loudspeakers in
the town.
The decision is not binding on courts in other towns.

Somalia's Islamic courts have made varying interpretations of Quranic
law, some applying a more strict and radical version of Islamic law than
others.

As a result of such disparate variations, residents in the capital of
Mogadishu complained, forcing the Council of Islamic Courts officials in October
to set up an appeals court with better-educated judges.

The Council of Islamic Courts have swept through most of southern
Somalia since taking over Mogadishu in June.

Their sometimes strict and often severe interpretation of Islam has
raised the specter of Afghanistan's ousted Taliban regime, and contrasts with
the moderate Islam that has dominated Somali culture for centuries.

Some of the courts have introduced public executions, floggings of
convicts, bans on women swimming at Mogadishu's public beaches, and the sale and
chewing of khat, a leafy stimulant consumed across the Horn of Africa and in the
Middle East.

Gotta love that whole religion of peace thing going on there.

Thanks to LGF.

Attack on pearl harbor

Complete victory? Not today.

Words have meaning


Can't decide about the ISG report? Check out this list and look at the last 3. Jimmy Baker destroyed the Reagan Revolution and he is intent on destroying the War on Terror, thus us.


FACTBOX-Key words
used by Iraq Study Group




Dec 7 (Reuters) - Following are key phrases found or absent in the 142-page
Iraq Study Group Report to U.S. President George W. Bush and Congress:
62 - reconciliation
55 - violence
44 - diplomacy or diplomatic
29 - stability or instability
15 - chaos or chaotic
15 - dialogue
10 - talks or talk
10 - Arab-Israeli
8 - negotiate or negotiation
8 - democracy or democratically elected
8 - deteriorate, deteriorating or deterioration
3 - victory
1 - civil war
0 - war on terror
A word missing from the list:

0 - Moron(s) - see above photograph.
I am so disappointed in Alan Simpson.

Iraq: Spinning out of control start

Arabs Say Report Shows Bush's Failure
Dec 07 8:22 AM US/Eastern

Many Arabs on Thursday interpreted an American advisory panel's bleak
assessment of President Bush's Iraq policies as proof of Washington's failure in
the Middle East.

But others worried about the consequences if the U.S. follows the Iraq
Study Group's suggestions, warning that the report could fuel insurgents and
others vying to fill Iraq's security vacuum.

"This report is a recognition of the limitation of American power,"
said Abdel Moneim Said, head of Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic studies in Cairo. "In the short term, America will highly suffer the loss of
its reputation and credibility in the region."


The U.S. has freed tens of millions in the middle east and people within our country hiss impeachment. The U.S. belittled despots who murder at will, rape their own daughters and impoverish their own people and people with in our own country snidely call for our President to be charged with war crimes.

Just as they ignored the inconvienient truth of the killing fields of Cambodia, they will now try to ignore the killing fields around the globe. And they will blame others for their shortcomings.

Pearl Harbor



May God bless our fallen.

Democrats Talking to Hamas?

From Power Line

Hamas officials have managed to smuggle more than $66 million in cash
through the Rafah border crossing in the past eight months, a member of the
Hamas-led government revealed Wednesday.

Meanwhile, sources close to the Hamas-led government claimed that Hamas
representatives recently held talks with officials from the US Democratic Party
at a secret location.


If true, which Democrats? Who gave them the authority? Does this mean Democrats are crafting their own foriegn policy separate from the administration?

Where was the "secret location?

It couldn't have been John F. Kerry as he would have stood out too much. Unless he was wearing spandex and carrying a wind surfer. That ensemble just screams common man.

Smoke Free Ohio

At midnight Ohio created a whole new class of criminals.

Based on silly science.

Oh, they also took a huge chunk out of the Bill of Rights.

They've done it before.

Men are nicotine-soaked, beer-besmirched, whiskey-greased, red-eyed devils.” - Carrie Nation

Morons.

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Iraq: Spinning out of control

It has started. Baker & Hamilton, et al are reported to recommend that almost all of our troops should be out of Iraq by the first quarter of 2008.

The press here in the United States will pound all their drums throughout the jungle to make it happen.

London to Paris to Rome to Peking with stops in Moscow, North Korea and points in between will bray that the "once" vaunted super power, the United States of America, just isn't up to it anymore. That the "once" great U. S. of A. has lost "it" as well as its way.

Our newly elected leaders in Washington will wring their hands and cry over their love of America, its troops and all that is good in the world. Then they'll investigate, make more statements and chip away at Bush and the war all in hopes of winning the White House and keep both Houses in 2008.

World "leaders" will, in their best snippy tones, sadly, proudly or arrogantly tell all who might listen that if only that cowboy and America had not ignorantly gone it alone, well, maybe things would have turned out differently.

Terrorists every where will be more emboldened, attacking more civilians and killing more troops with their cowardly attacks. Our troop's moral will begin to bend and sink. The press and world "leaders" will blame Bush and the Neo Cons for both. America's haters, both domestic and foreign, will grow stronger.

If they succeed, we will leave Iraq by 2008.

Iraq will be torn apart. The leaders and people of Iraq who trusted us will see their hopes and dreams die and they will hate us for it. At least those still alive.

The Arab and Muslim world will explode. Moderates will be hunted down and murdered. Extremists and their terrorist squads will hunt worldwide at will.

The free world will, at the very least, be shaken to its core.

All because Baker & Hamilton, et al, in their arrogance, thought they were still in the 1960's and 70's. As does the press. They failed America then and they are doing so now, but then only millions died when America ran away.

Somebody please wake me from this nightmare.

ISG report issued!


Mitigate the Alamo defeat!

alGore: Worst mistake

Gore to Bush on Iraq: It's Not About You
December 06, 2006 7:34 AMErica Anderson
Of course, everybody knows it is about aL.

ABC News’ Teddy Davis Reports: Calling the Iraq war "the worst strategic mistake
in the entire history of the United States" and "worse than a civil war," former
Vice President Gore urged President Bush to find a way to get U.S. troops out of
Iraq "as quickly as possible without making the situation worse" while appearing
this morning on NBC’s "Today."

Worst? How about not responding to:

1993 WTC attacks
1995 US soldier killings with bombs in Saudi Arabia
1996 Khobar Tower slaughter
1998 US embassy bombings with 224 dead, 5,oo injured
2000 USS Cole

"I would urge the President to try to separate out the personal issues of being
blamed in history for his mistake and instead recognizing that it is not about
him. It’s about our country," Gore said in an interview with NBC’s Matt Lauer.

aL, you are the most narcissistic politician and person on the planet. It is all about you, including your appearance for this show and article.


When asked if he would pull U.S. troops out of Iraq even it was seen as a defeat
for the U.S., Gore dodged the question, saying if he were president, he would
have "the full flow of information" and he would be able to test these ideas.
What? Mr inTernet is still in beta mode on Iraq?

On the question of whether he would run for president in 2008, Gore once again
said he is involved in a different kind of campaign – to educate people about
climate change – and that he isn’t planning to do so but he hasn’t completely
ruled it out.

Still afraid of Hillary wimp?


When asked if Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) is the man to beat on the Democratic side
in 2008, Gore said once again, "I think it’s too early to evaluate the
candidates who look like they are planning to run." Gore gave a similar answer
about Obama when he was interviewed last month by ABC Radio’s David Blaustein.

So, let me get this straight. You, aL genius, have the answer for the question your outta the loop on, but you, aL goRe can't formulate any answers for the questions for those things you are in the loop on.

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Republicans Suggest Cost-Benefit Analysis for Every New State Regulation

This is very good, but shouldn't Republicans show fiscal restraint, especially before an election when they had a republican governor helping them spend like drunken liberals in Tijuana?

It coulda helped when it was needed most.

At election time.

When people vote.

They coulda voted absentee from to Tijuana.

This is from Right Angle which is a very good read.

James Laurinaitis

Wins the Bronko Nagurski Award.

he deserves it.

Butkus next.

Why Republicans lost in Ohio

At least she's not marrying Bob Taft.

State Rep. Chris Redfern, chairman of the Ohio Democratic Party, announced
yesterday that he plans to marry Republican fundraiser Kim Kahlert next
year.

They would like to have Gov.-elect Ted Strickland perform the ceremony,
if Ohio law permits it. Strickland, an ordained Methodist minister and Democrat,
takes office Jan. 8.

Redfern, 42, and Kahlert, 31, met at a political event in March in
Columbus.

"Kim just needs a little direction politically, and I'm providing it,"
joked Redfern, of Catawba Island in northern Ohio.

Franklin County elections records show Kahlert declared herself a
Republican in the May primary. But she said she may be more liberal than Redfern
in some of her views and considers herself an independent.

"As far as social issues, I'm as far on the left as I could possibly
be," she said.