Thursday, November 30, 2006

ACLU, AUSC, CI and Sweet Mary, Mother of Christ

Film "Nativity" allowed to be shown at public schools.

ACLU Virginia spokesman Kent Willis said the screenings were "perfectly
acceptable" as long as the schools were not sponsoring the event, they were not
mandatory, and the Christian group was not getting any special treatment other
student organizations would be unable to get.

"Certainly the teachers shouldn't be promoting a religious event," Boston
added. "Our main concern would be if any public school were screening this
devotional film and expecting all of the students to watch it. That would be
schools sponsoring religion - we couldn't have that."

Tom Flynn of the secularist Center for Inquiry said there was no law that
would allow schools to reject the screenings, even though he felt the current
laws were "probably more lenient in this situation than is probably

It is so ever nice we could get their okay! Almost as nice as the time Dad allowed me to sneak a beer. As long as I didn't tell Mom when she got home. From church.

Where do I send my thank you note?

Women, children and the poor hit hardest.

If it ain't one thing........

Faces Growing Obesity Problem

"It's not true that only the rich have problems with obesity and overweight," says Jean-Claude Mbanya, director of Cameroon's National Obesity Center.

"The poor suffer even more."

crazy black professor wants white people exterminated

What to say, eh?

Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Pelosi: No al Qaeda in Iraq

Murtha, Hastings, Iraq

How stupid is this woman. She is the frontrunner for the position until she's in the position and then you realize she's in no position to be in place. She's smoke and mirrors and a good talker, but not a player.

House Speaker-elect Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) told reporters on Wednesday that she
feels it is "sad" that President Bush continues to blame Iraqi insurgent
violence on al Qaeda.

Sad? Sad is when your bambino doesn't make the grade or when the anti-pasto is too vinergary. It is tragic when House Speaker-elect is too stupid to represent America, let alone protect it or its soldiers.

I was all for giving this person a two year run to embarass her party, but now it is apparent that she is criminally stupid.

Jim Webb is everyone's crazy uncle

When I moved to Virginia in 1984 I was returning to the home of my ancestors. My ancestors were honest hardworking people who lived in places ranging from Jamestown to Goochland county. My great x 3 grandfather built outside of Cartersville, Virginia in 1750 and lived their until carpetbaggers tried to take their home and land. My great-great grandfather hoodwinked them with land swaps, was able to sneak his saw mill out under the cover of darkness and moved the family to lands granted other family members by Lord Fairfax in Ohio. They had lived in Virginia for over 220 years.

In 1984, Ronald Reagan invited us then still young people to be part of the Reagan Revolution and I answered the call. I worked on Capitol Hill and lived in Dumfries just south of the Occoquan. I loved Virginia. It felt like home.

James Webb seemed quite the dashing man as he rose through the Reagan administration. I read his books, read and saw him on the Hill and Webb appeared brash and good for what ailed the military in a post Carter world.

The Jim Webb I saw on the campaign trail for one of the Virginia senate seats this last election was a caricature of the James Webb I saw during the Reagan years. Reagan, supposedly one of Webb's favorite Presidents, would be ashamed to be seen with Webb today. The Gipper believed Teddy and spoke quietly while carrying a big stick. Webb talks loudly and totes a small mindedness.

"How's your boy?" Bush asked, referring to Webb's son, a Marine serving in

"I'd like to get them out of Iraq, Mr. President," Webb responded,
echoing a campaign theme.

"That's not what I asked you," Bush said. "How's your boy?"

"That's between me and my boy, Mr. President," Webb said coldly, ending
the conversation on the State Floor of the East Wing of the White House.

Jimmy Webb hasn't even been sworn in yet and has already become an embarassment.

h/t Power Line

The birth of the State of Israel

Britain handed the problem to the United Nations. On November 29, 1947, the UN General Assembly voted to partition Palestine into Jewish and Arab sectors.
There was violent and total Arab opposition, but wild Jewish acclaim. Fighting started almost immediately.

Arab riots started as soon as the UN vote was announced

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Iraq: Civil War

Okay, Matt Lauer and other media scholars have made the call for their own reasons that Iraq is officially doomed by civil war. Thus, they just must ask the question about how fast does the United States get out.

They have their own agenda.

They are either morons or against a free and democratic Iraq. Which is worse?

Sunni, Shia, Kurd and the Iraqi government. These players have agendas of their own and those agendas do not seem to even agree about what they are fighting about.

Could Iraq be the first civil war ever without battles, generals, explicit war
aims, the use of partisan public rhetoric by civilian leaders, mass public
participation and targets of a predominantly military nature? Even if Iraq today
possessed these characteristics, it would still lack something even more
important: the struggle for authority.

The Kurds are looking on not wanting any part. The Shias, Shites and the Iraqi government do agree on the issue of not screwing with the Kurds. Thank God for their innate sense of surviving humiliation that Hamas, Hezballah and their buddies lack. The Kurds could form their own government and country if they choose to, even against President Bush and Turkey. Probably Iran too.

The Sunnis, both secular Baathists and the zealot Wahhabists, have created much of the murder and hatred as they have since their born in hell alliance wedded them. They take and hold no ground. They make no organized, let alone eloquent, plea for national unity nor present consistent reason for their effort. They are thugs. They are not a force that would drive the nation to their side mentally, loyally and politically. They are terrorists.

They Shias are a fractured group within which the two sides have different goals. Muqtada al-Sadr and his followers and their allies formed against Hussein while he still sat in power. The "redheaded" step child of this union are the Badr group and allies and they are sock puppets for Iran where many trained and who they have allegiance to. Sadr is nationalistic and Badr is pan-Iranian. Together, they couldn't organize a decent (dysfunctional) family picnic let alone a national government.

The Iraqi national Government is neither. It is fully infiltrated by both Sunni and Shia and at different levels of government affairs they undermine the dream of national unity.

Iran is the puppet master in Iraq. Iran is playing all ends against the middle for their own gain. It is bad enough that Iran has a free Afghanistan to the east, they cannot afford a free and independent Iraq to the west. This is an affront to Iran as a power and a threat to their goal of Iran becoming the regional leader to destroy Israel. If they can achieve this destruction, Iran believes the rest of the world is do-able.

Iran, with the help of Hamas, Hezballah and other middle eastern countries and groups, is working hard to take the United States out of the game so as not to be flanked east and west. Russia is encouraging Iran as China encourages North Korea to act up for their own goals. Russia wants a unstable world of non-American power and China, at the very least, wants Taiwan. That there would be a middle east of theocracies robbing individuals, groups and governments of their freedom and their lives for not sharing a theocratic vision is of no concern of theirs, but each urges Iran on for their own goals.

There is no civil war in Iraq, just time honored thievery, thuggery and murder with each noun having its own goal. It is time for those that wish to see freedom fail in Iraq to state what their real goals are.

For more coherent thoughts on this subject go to Red State.

Monday, November 27, 2006

new American Thinker

American media IS the 5th column

England's has the 6th, France and Europe the 7th and so forth.

Now and in the future, the media will do our work. All we need are martyrs
sufficient in number to keep a steady stream of orange flames and black smoke
before their cameras, and to dump before them bodies that are stone-cold dead,
and bear all over them the unmistakable blue marks of power drills and other

Of such martyrs, we need each day only a handful. In 365 successive
days, we need fewer than one thousand.

This small band of brothers can defeat the most powerful army in human
history. The path, my brothers, is to come to dominate the minds of their
public, which they must suppose is supporting them, and in reality turns quite
quickly into our best ally.

This is not so huge a task, my brothers! In the long run of glorious
history, the time required is like the blinking of an eye.

I would love to hear why our media is doing this. I know, they're dimmicrats, etc., but what is their reasoning, their logic and just how far down the road are they looking? Or are they just your plain and simple traitors?

Thanks to lgf.

Pryce Beats Kilroy

It's a win, I guess.

Republican Deborah Pryce was declared the winner this morning of a central Ohio
congressional race that remained too close to call until 20 days after the Nov.
7 election.

The four-member Franklin County Board of Elections certified final vote totals that gave Pryce the victory over Democrat Mary Jo Kilroy by 1,054 votes, a net loss of 2,482 from Pryce's unofficial election-night count. The tighter margin is within the half-percent required to trigger an automatic recount, director Matthew Damschroder said.

Rangel says men join the army only if they can’t have “a decent career”

Charlie is still doing his best to get his mug on TV. He keeps kicking our troops to kick up his visibility. Charlie Rangel should be a pimp not a Congressman. And NO, I do not think they are the same!

I wrote about Charlie before here.

I want to make it abundantly clear: if there’s anyone who believes that these
youngsters want to fight, as the Pentagon and some generals have said, you can
just forget about it. No young, bright individual wants to fight just because of
a bonus and just because of educational benefits. And most all of them come from
communities of very, very high unemployment. If a young fella has an
option of having a decent career or joining the army to fight in Iraq, you can bet your life that he would not be in Iraq.

Hot Air is doing a great job of staying on this loser.

Others writing about this loser:

The Political Pit Bull
Macsmind - Conservative Commentary and Common Sense » Blog Archive » More Rangel hoof in mouth disease
Y.A.C.R.W.B - Yet Another Conservative, Right Wing Blog » Rangel Pulls a Kerry
Sister Toldjah » Rep. Charlie Rangel disrespects our military - again
Post : Military Matters
Growing Old Disgracefully » Tonight’s surf-bored
Right Voices » Blog Archive » Rangel Does His Best John Kerry Imitation
Stop The ACLU
The Jawa Report
Curiouser and Curiouser
Ace of Spades HQ
Charles Rangle on What the Left Really Thinks « Woodiah’s Blog
The LLama Butchers
Dumbass IV: Can’t let it go at Imperium Zorloci
Hang Right Politics - Archives » First, Mississippi. Now, This.
BizzyBlog: The Business End of the Blogosphere » Let’s See: There’s Kerry, Strickland, and Now Rangel …..
Texas Rainmaker » Rangel’s Alternate Punchline to Kerry’s “Botched Joke”
“7.62mm Justice” » Rangel, Sit Down & Shut Up
Bill's Bites
Media Lies
Say Anything
» Democrats and the Profession of ArmsIvory Dome
Sgt Hook - This We'll Defend
Blue Crab Boulevard » Rangel Continues To Insult The Troops
Andrew Olmsted dot com
Church and State
The Moderate Voice
Sam Wilkinson is…Taking It Eaaaaaasy. » Blog Archive » Rangel Hates America, Rangel Hates America…Wait, What?!?
Hoystory » Blog Archive » Keep talking…
The Dread Pundit Bluto
Cop The Truth
Bruised Orange » Rangel: I’m With Stoopid
» Blog Archive » Is it Kerry?
Leaning Straight Up
third world county
NW Bloggers
Don't Go Into The Light
Captain's Quarters
Random Nuclear Strikes » Keep Talkin, Fat Man
Rhymes With Right
Bear Creek Ledger » Rangel channeling Kerry
Conservative Thinking
Pajamas Media
Iowa Voice » » Let’s End This “Bush Never Reached Out” Crap Right Now
Webloggin - Blog Archive » Charlie Rangel - Disappointment Kerry Style

Sunday, November 26, 2006

Last time a Republican was sighted in France

1793 - Republican calendar replaces Gregorian calendar in France

November 26, 1789

Thanksgiving Day Proclamation 1986
Date: October 13, 1986
By the President of the United States, Ronald Reagan

Perhaps no custom reveals our character as a Nation so clearly as our
celebration of Thanksgiving Day. Rooted deeply in our Judeo-Christian heritage,
the practice of offering thanksgiving underscores our unshakable belief in God
as the foundation of our Nation and our firm reliance upon Him from whom all
blessings flow. Both as individuals and as a people, we join with the Psalmist
in song and praise: "Give thanks unto the Lord, for He is good."One of the most
inspiring portrayals of American history is that of George Washington on his
knees in the snow at Valley Forge. That moving image personifies and testifies
to our Founders' dependence upon Divine Providence during the darkest hours of
our Revolutionary struggle. It was then - when our mettle as a Nation was tested
most severely - that the Sovereign and Judge of nations heard our plea and came
to our assistance in the form of aid from France. Thereupon General Washington
immediately called for a special day of thanksgiving among his troops.Eleven
years later, President Washington, at the request of the Congress, first
proclaimed November 26, 1789, as Thanksgiving Day. In his Thanksgiving Day
Proclamation, President Washington exhorted the people of the United States to
observe "a day of public thanksgiving and prayer" so that they might acknowledge
"with grateful hearts the many signal favors of Almighty God, especially by
affording them an opportunity peaceably to establish a form of government for
their safety and happiness." Washington also reminded us that "it is the duty of
all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to
be grateful for His benefits, and humbly to implore His protection and
favor."Today let us take heart from the noble example of our first President.
Let us pause from our many activities to give thanks to almighty God for our
bountiful harvests and abundant freedoms. Let us call upon Him for continued
guidance and assistance in all our endeavors. And let us ever be mindful of the
faith and spiritual values that have made our Nation great and that alone can
keep us great. With joy and gratitude in our hearts, let us sing those stirring
stanzas:O beautiful for spacious skies,For amber waves of grain,For purple
mountain majestiesAbove the fruited plain!America! America!God shed His grace on
thee.Now, Therefore, I, Ronald Reagan, President of the United States of
America, in the spirit of George Washington and the Founders, do hereby proclaim
Thursday, November 27, 1986, as a National Day of Thanksgiving, and I call upon
every citizen of this great Nation to gather together in homes and places of
worship on that day of thanks to affirm by their prayers and their gratitude the
many blessings bestowed upon this land and its people.In Witness Where Of, I
have here unto set my hand this thirteenth day of October, in the year of our
Lord nineteen hundred and eighty-six, and of the Independence of the United
States of America the two hundred and eleventh.

Friday, November 24, 2006

Liberal Thanksgiving prayer

First, this fellow hopes Vice President Cheney dies. Then he makes all kind of malicious statements about Bush president's private lives. He's nearly finished with his prayer of Thanksgiving as he states as fact lies about Republicans in general.

I give thee thanks O Lord that Thy glorious sun is finally breaking through
the viscous, vomit-colored cloud-cover of Republican bigotry, repression,
fear-mongering, greed and graft. A blighted carapace of despair and
depression that has blotted out the clear blue sky from horizon to horizon
for six long years, O Lord, like a billion pairs of enormous morbidly obese
buttocks sitting on our heads.

This is a very sad "little" person.

Thanks to Dr. Helen.

Liberal Racists

Liberals, not content to be just anti-semetic, attack an honorable man and the voters of Ohio.


Liberal Racists

Not content to be just anti-Semitic, Liberals attack an honorable man and the voters of Ohio.

Thursday, November 23, 2006

Iraq terrorists against Iraq

Three cars. Thousands of ponds of explosives. Yet untold numbers of people killed, maimed and hurt.

When will the people of Iraq raise up, as a nation, against all of the terrorists using their new Democracy as a personal game of bloodbath.

Have the Sunni's used our national holiday of Thanksgiving as a cover to kill? Will the Shites use this holiday atrocity to do the same thing?

Have both and the cowards of al Queda seen the media's reporting of America's repudiation of the cost of freedom in Iraq as a launch pad for death?

Shame on the media. Shame on the American voter for not seeking out the truth of Iraq for themselves.

On our day of Thanksgiving to God for our freedoms I pray for the people of Iraq, Afghanistan and others and thank them for reminding us what freedom is.

Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Viking Spirit - AP calling Schmidt a winner

Wulsin should take a page from Repubilcans such as Conrad Burns and George Allen
and gracefully drop out of the race. Wait, she can't do that because she refused
to drop out on election eve when the results showed she lost. Although, she can
take a page from the Enquirer, and stick a fork in it. Vic, you lost. Get over

Viking Spirit has been all over this story. Read more,

Alcee Hastings - Machine politician

"In my mind, the facts that we have educed,(sic) the witnesses that we have
heard, the voluminous records that we have read and re-examined, convince me
that Judge Hastings has regrettably engaged in conduct constituting high crimes
and misdemeanors and that therefore we should vote this resolution of

Rep. John Conyers

Of course, do we believe John Conyers? As those wacky Libertarians say, "A vote for a lesser evil is still a vote for evil." In this case, do we believe one or none? Does it change the fact that Alcee Hastings shouldn't be in Congress let alone on a committee?

Me, I have a lot of Libertarian thoughts, but I am a two party type of guy. Three parties and you have a mess. More than three, you have France, Italy, oh hell, you have Europe. How scary is that?

Alcee Hastings is a machine politician propped up by his party, the Black Caucus and crooks. They are the machine.

Mt Elba, circa 1750

This year was the first time since I was a child that I got to see my great grandfather's family home.

Mt Elba is on the James outside Richmond and needs a lot of work, but the Boggs family has saved the house and are doing wonderful work with it.

Mt Elba, in its day, was considered small with only 25,000 contiguous acres. It was very moving to have most of our family there together for a visit.

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Onward to the past!

Possibly win a Jane Fonda Anti-aircraft artillery launcher of your own!

Enter before the introduction and the winner will be announced right after the political discussion of death!

A.N.S.W.E.R. Film Series: "Sir, No Sir!"A Film About GI Resistance to the
Vietnam War

Tuesday, November 28, 7 pmA.N.S.W.E.R. Office: 1800 Argyle Ave, #400,

Click here for map and driving directions

Download Flyer

Join ANSWER for a film screening of the new award-winning film "Sir, No
Sir!" that chronicles the importance of resistance within the U.S. military to
the Vietnam War. We'll have an introduction to the film and political
discussion following.Plus: Update on Iraq war and how to stop it.

Maybe John French Kerry, the "Winter Soldier", will pop in and reminisce about the good old days when he saw soldiers, even those that never went to Vietnam, rape, maim and murder Vietnam at will!

ANSWER is a group of losers as opposed to John F'ing Kerry being an individual loser. Oh, but he does it well and he does it in the public eye just for himself.


Cottages such as this were designed as "Katrina Cottage" emergency housing, but their implication goes far beyond this idea. How could they be used in unnatural disasters such as Urban Renewal or arson or plain old urban decay is a question that should be addressed.

A newer model could be created that would be, in some ways, analagous to Levittown, New York where inhabitants are in the midst of yet another "rebuilding" of the original cottages that were built for returning service men and their families. In the Levittown model, Levitt envisioned small well built "cottages which were affordable and could be added onto and enlarged as family's grew.

As servicemen returned from WWII, as grown men who had seen the world, they married young women, who had worked in the men's jobs for 4+ years, and neither wanted to live with parents. Levitt offered them the American dream and the GI Bill offered them education.

A relative bought a Levittown cottage over 20 years ago at a price he could only find in Levittown. He saw the potential and over the years improved the structure by finishing the second floor into more bedrooms and a bath and a half for his children . In the rear of the house, he enclosed a large screen porch and added a large fireplace which is now a family room that each Christmas is filled with family and friends munching finger food as they wait for Christmas eve dinner (Italian - 7 courses of 7 fish from the 7 seas). As he expanded, so did neighbors and now the neighborhood is beautiful and so desireable that his retirement fund will be doubled if not tripled should he sell.

Presently, in cities like Columbus Ohio, builders and "planners" are building multi-million construction projects of houses and condos. What is amazing is that these groups do not take the next logical step to stop the almost complete white flight of families from inner cities. All those "metro-sexuals" we have heard so much about are great for a few years of (over) spending in the inner city, but how many full families will shop at boutique stores and eat in "fern bars" or accept the inner core financial exuberance with their expendable dollars? They will not, thus they will either never come to downtown to live or they will leave as soon as they realize their error. They will go to the dreaded suburbs where their needs are met by corporate America in a way the government is incapable of realizing.

As corporate big-box stores prosper by making life affordable for families who want to live in "safe" neighborhoods close to their schools and amenities, our downtowns flail about trying to make downtown sexy. How about making downtown family friendly, i.e., affordable, safe and with schools and stores nearby. Stores that repair shoes, dryclean or stock rodent deterent as examples.

This could be an answer. Starter homes that are well built, easily expanded and just waiting to be built on blighted lots that occupy downtowns all over the nation. Starter homes that attract and keep young families and businesses hoping to found a neighborhood and a life that will give them memories and returns many years down the road.

Below are three examples as first built structures, then added on to family homes and properties growing into established properties developing into neighborhoods.

Go here for more images, plans, and photographs.

I mean, between divorce and tornadoes, somebody's gonna lose their trailer.

Monday, November 20, 2006

Overheard at the Smart Tank

Abstinence can cause 2, 3, 4, 5 6 babies.

Scarlett Johansson, an actress, has herself checked for HIV twice a year and thinks President George Bush is "unrealistic."

"We are supposed to be liberated in America but if our President had his way, we wouldn't be educated about sex at all. "Every woman would have six children and we wouldn't be able to have abortions."
I am of the opinion that there is a pretty good chance that Mrs. Bush is relieved that her husband doesn't feel he needs two HIV tests every year.

Rangel and the art of knowing which side his bread is buttered

All the pundits are hitting all the right notes in describing Charlie Rangel and his legislation about reinstating the draft, but I haven't heard the real reasons.

Greed. Power. Face-time.

Rangel knows there is no chance for his draft legislation. That really isn't part of his equation. Those who have questioned his integrity in proposing this self serving vehicle are also wasting their time and energy, because Charlie doesn't care what they think whether they are right or wrong. Even if they lived in the same universe as Charlie, they don't seem to understand their opinion isn't important.

It is all about Charlie.

Charlie is ticking off the items on the priority list of Rangels world. He might just think the anti-war movement is full of wackos and weirdos, but he loves their adulation. Priority one - Face time and Charlie figures he can wrangle a ton of print articles, radio shows and Sunday morning talking-head appearances on just this one issue. In terms of genuiness, Charlie is the Murtha of the draft.

Charlie has always coveted more power than his little district can give him. How unfortunate that his god didn't rectify this years ago, but with all that face-time this non-issue will give him, well, in Charlie's mind, it puts some more power chips in front of his political poker chair which adds up to another priority of more power. And Charlie does believe himself quite the poker player, what with all the bluffing and all.

Priority three is simply greed. Greed for all of priority one and two he can get. Those, face-time and power, give him the key to the door of greed. Greed for even more play at the boardroom tables, more input into what he (de jour issue)deems important in Charlie's universe and money. By George, this little play might make him the Jesse Jackson of Capital Hill. We know how much Jesse's blackmail sensitivity has cost American business, but can we ever know how much a Rangel will cost Our Republic?

Global Orgasm - December 22, 2006

How will a global piece affect the average anti-bush realist? Mission Statement

The mission of the Global Orgasm is to effect change in the energy field of the Earth through input of the largest possible surge of human energy. Now that there are two more US fleets heading for the Persian Gulf with anti- submarine equipment that can only be for use against Iran, the time to change Earth’s energy is NOW!

The intent is that the participants concentrate any thoughts during and after orgasm on peace. The combination of high- energy orgasmic energy combined with mindful intention may have a much greater effect than previous mass meditations and prayers.


The results will be measured on the worldwide monitor system of the Global Consciousness Project.

Measured results are always a best practice for your project.

Saturday, November 18, 2006

OSU 42 UM 39

There is a God.

My heart medicine works.

The poorest officiating in many a year.

The worst.

Maybe tomorrow Lloyd can find another obscure NCAA ruling like an OSU player offended the janitor's brother's child during a spelling bee, for a penalty of 85 yards. Viola, Michigan wins.

Doesn't matter.

OSU 42 UM 39


OSU is the 2006 national champion!

January 8th? Isn't that next year?

Friday, November 17, 2006

Friends of Che

You gotta read this. This a real website and a reasonable fellow wrote in about the election. Keep reading to hear how a friend of Che responds. It is brilliant!


Nov 11 2006 9:55A


This past election was a vote where many decent republican incumbents lost their jobs to unproven democrat candidates. Was more or less had a hate vote. An anti-bush and anti-Iraq vote. I can understand any persons opposition to either bush or the war in Iraq. But these are issues that were best to be addressed at our next presidential election. This short mindedness instead produced fallout on many statewide and local elections throughout the nation. A choice made out of emotional decisions based upon media sensationalism of unconnected events will be a choice that may cause irreparable harm to our nation 6 months from now or 5 years from now.

The strategy of the Democratic party this election was the same strategy they used in the last Mayoral election against Sam Katz. "If you vote for Sam Katz then your putting George Bush in city hall" Every ad I heard on the radio attacking Lynn Swann mentioned Bush. That was the basis of the whole Democratic campaign strategy. Connect your opponent to Bush. Read between the lines; There is no strategy.

To further this you have entire demographic segments of the population that blindly vote Democratic purely for reasons of thinking it the progressive thing to do, yet having no real understanding of politics. Being a Democrat appears to be the popular and trendy thing to do. As I canvassed my division trying to get new voter registrations I am appalled by the number of people who vote Republican but in actuality are registered as Democrats and are afraid of the stigma that may come with being affiliated with the Republican party.

In the last 2 weeks leading up to the election me and my fellow committee partners easily distributed about 1500 pieces of literature door to door and outside our polling place. In the 2 hours that led to the closing of the polls we must have knocked on the doors of dozens of registered Republicans who had not yet voted, and encouraged them to come out and show their support for Rick Santorum a man who has diligently worked to represent his constituents. What did the other side do? Use Santorum and Bush in the same sentence.


Repubicans holding high polical positions lost their job, it was meant to happen, that is why we have elections, the people decide who govern them.

yes again...
it was a hate Bush vote, people are fed up with his inconpetence, and the incompetence of his party...many of these republicans may or may not agree with actions taken by President Bush, however; since they are all from the same party they do not argue or even question his motives and/or money spending of our tax dollars. People will not wait for another presidential election to try and fix this mess we want our soldiers back home safe! how many more lives have to be lost before someone does something.

irreparable harm? like the current budget? we are the worst defit in history thanks to our President and his party that will back him up to the very end in this madness. Over half of americans have no health insurance and we are spending all our money on bombs!
There was a time in history when we were at a surplus, but sadly Clinton cannot govern forever.

Republicans are kings of bad publicity, remember those ads against Mayor Street? this bad publicity I believe is used more by republicans, democrats resently found out they work. They tried to impeach Clinton for being unfaithful to his family by fucking a woman.
how about we impeach this President for fucking all americans over and especially our men and women in uniform who are needelesy dying to make rich men richer.

if my party was responsible for the way the economy is...I'd be ashamed as well.

why did Rumfeld resign?
afraid of being investigated?
when everything was controlled by one party, people like Rumsfeld didn't have to explain his actions to anyone, now that things have changed instead of trying to fix the mess wth a clean face he runs...

Run Rumfeld, run...don't be a hero.

If in the White House...
Hi, I'm President Bush, and I think today should be fartday, so America, please fart!
people like Santorum would say:
I realy don't like farting, it is very unpleasant and rude; however Bush is our party leader and because of it we should follow him blindly. Hey! Chaney! won't you put your gun away and pull my finger.

Hateful uncaring conservatives

In the book, he cites extensive data analysis to demonstrate that values advocated by conservatives -- from church attendance and two-parent families to the Protestant work ethic and a distaste for government-funded social services -- make conservatives more generous than liberals.

The book, titled "Who Really Cares: The Surprising Truth About Compassionate Conservatism" (Basic Books, $26), is due for release Nov. 24.

When it comes to helping the needy, Brooks writes: "For too long, liberals have been claiming they are the most virtuous members of American society. Although they usually give less to charity, they have nevertheless lambasted conservatives for their callousness in the face of social injustice."

It's not about social injustice, it's about helping people and it is not about bragging about helping people, but just doing it. It's about helping out at school, helping a sick person, a family in need as some examples and, yes, it is also about giving money. It is not bragging about it nor is it about making it a party platform. We've seen what that type of compassion has given the United States of America.

Bo Schembechler

DETROIT (AP) - Bo Schembechler, the winningest coach in Michigan football history, died Friday after collapsing during the taping of a television show, according to three Detroit TV stations. He was 77.

Played for Woody, mentored by Woody and fiercest opponent of Woody.

A very good man.

Note to Carl “screw’em” Levin

"Without winners, there wouldn't even be any god damned civilization."
Wayne Woodrow Hayes

Wayne Woodrow Hayes, aka "Woody"

"I'll never forget how tough that guy was. I was a graduate assistant, 21 years old, and ... we lost to Michigan that year, 7-0. We went back home, and Woody called a meeting at his house. We're all sitting there in his house and he's got the projector. Now, you understand back in those days, we're talking 16-millimeter film. And he has this projector on there and he's running it back and forth. I'm sitting in the back of the room staying out of the way and he's getting madder and madder. And suddenly, he picked up that projector and threw it. And he said, 'I won't subject the people of Columbus to football like that.' I'll never forget that" - Former Michigan coach and OSU assistant Bo Schembechler on Woody Hayes, his later friend and rival.

27 hours and 45 minutes

Blunt wins

but "He keeps an anonymous bust in his office that dates to 1815. It is the only unidentified bust in the Capitol."

I have it on good so-so sources that the bust was to be of a Michigan scholar, but...


World's Strongest Man contest? Pudzianowski? Lugging two motorcycles, anchors and 20 kegs, filled?

Oh, if I must.

28 hours and 45 minutes

It's Boehner!

A sure sign that OSU will win!

Cut and Run begun answer

Or, screw them that you brung to the dance

Carl Levin is just symptomatic of the losers on the left that have misread the last election and who have no compunction about the loss of freedom and the ensuing slaughter of Iraqis.

Let Them Eat Bullets

Posted 11/16/2006

Foreign Affairs: A nation that's defended Europe from aggression in the 60 years since World War II is asking why Iraq can't defend itself. The fact is, Iraqis risk their lives for their country every day.

Clearly the days when Democrats warned of a long twilight struggle and pledged to pay any price and bear any burden to ensure the success and survival of liberty are over, judging from remarks by Carl Levin, incoming chairman of the Senate Armed Service Committee.

"We cannot save the Iraqis from themselves," Levin opined Wednesday at a Capitol Hill press conference. "The only way for Iraqi leaders to squarely face that reality is for President Bush to tell them that the United States will begin a phased redeployment of our forces within four to six months."

"We cannot be their security blanket," he added. But why not, if it's in our best long-term security interest?

Yes, we should demand more of the Iraqis. But those who ask whether we can or should stop Iraqis from killing themselves forget that we're in this to stop others from killing us and using Iraq as a base camp from which to do it.

We've been Europe's security blanket for six decades. We are Japan's security blanket. We are South Korea's. It's been said that were it not for us, the French would be speaking German and the Germans would be speaking Russian. In 1938, the West decided it couldn't be Czechoslovakia's security blanket and sold out that country in Munich, Germany. The rest, as they say, is history.

"Phased redeployment" is a code word for retreat, one that may one day, Senator Levin, lead to car bombs going off in the streets of Detroit, not Baghdad. We forget that this war really began when a truck bomb went off in the parking garage of the World Trade Center in 1993, nearly killing tens of thousands.

Iraqis — civilians, military and police — are risking their lives for their country every day, from the millions who proudly held up their purple fingers to the young police applicants who are murdered as they line up to serve their country. Then more line up in their place.

Are the Arabs ready for democracy or are they doomed by an ingrained tribalism? We need only to look at Lebanon, where a multicultural democracy once flourished. Beirut was called the Paris of the Middle East until the country became a human shield for the PLO and then Hezbollah terrorists supported by Syria and Iran.

The Lebanese might have sustained their multicultural democracy had we not cut and run after Hezbollah killed 241 Marines in Beirut in 1983, deciding we could no longer afford to be Lebanon's security blanket. Sometimes democracies need a little help from their friends.

Sectarian violence needs to be dealt with effectively by the new Iraqi government. But we are reminded that Americans did a good job of killing each other from 1861-65 in a war against ourselves that consumed more lives than all our other wars. We invented sectarian violence.

Democracy is a fragile and rare commodity. We forget how close this government of the people and by the people actually came to perishing from the earth. It might not ever have come into being if a French fleet hadn't provided a security blanket at Yorktown.

Our death toll in Iraq isn't close to the carnage of a single battle in World War II, Iwo Jima or one in our own Civil War, Antietam. Ironically, the place where John Murtha would have us "redeploy" to — Okinawa — was the site of one of the bloodiest battles in human history, due in part to the imperial Japanese version of the truck bomb, the kamikaze.

After Desert Storm we told the Iraqis to seize the moment, only to do nothing when they did and watch Saddam Hussein slaughter them. That sense of betrayal lingers and is not dampened by the results of the midterm election or the current talk of abandonment or redeployment.

If we want the Iraqis to step up to the plate, it doesn't help to be threatening to take our bats and balls and go home.

h/t Instapundit

Republican leadership vote today

Classic 2002 OSU VS Michigan game on ESPNC.


Whew! It was close. Krenzel, looking amazingly young, pulled out a 14 - 9 win!

Buckeyes VS mangy curs

Not that I am antsy, but maybe watching the 1993 PBA Jackson Senior Open rerun and actually paying attention is a sure sign that I need something to take my mind off the national football championship game tomorrow.

Just to make it worse they have moved the start to 3:45 PM. I was told by a university official (of course he they are anonymous) that this was done not to make me angry, but to give Michigan 15 more minutes to live.

Tommy Evans, in a clutch match, just finished with an amazing strike. Teata Simiz is knocking down pins big time.......

29 hours, 21 minutes and 32 seconds

I lost my bet again. Dick Beatty pulled out a glorious win with 5 straight strikes!

Thursday, November 16, 2006

November 16th

British capture Fort Washington and complete occupation of New York City. 1776
Democrats capture Washington City and occupy New York City for 230th year. 2006

The United States establishes diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union. 1933
Democrats establish diplomatic relations with al Qaeda. 2006

The Murtha is dead. Long live the Steny.

Or, how Steny may have saved the Democrats.


Glenn has more.

Dennis the Menace - Cut Funding

All politicians are corrupt

All the people that say “All or most politicians are corrupt” fall into basically three categories:

1 Morons
2 People who have never spent time with politicians
3 Lifeless cynics who crap just to say crap

I also believe these people denigrate those who are really corrupt by bunching them together with the whole as one stereotyped group.

I have worked in the halls of Congress. No, not in the glamour areas, but in the nitty-gritty halls, conference rooms and offices where arguments are made, gives and takes occur and decisions are made. Without cameras, reporters nor press secretaries. I worked where the masks came off.

I have also worked in small companies and large corporations. (Non-profits reserve a special ring of hell for their political existence) In business I work the same areas where decisions are made and I have met the same people. Should I say the same type of people? Yes.

Who are these politician/everyday people?
1 Control freaks
2 Smart people
3 Hard workers
4 Creative people
5 Some sad people who owe their job to family
6 Losers who lucked out
7 Employee/Employer from hell
8 etc

I once had an employer (politician) who quietly told me that if a person believed only the worst about their boss or workers then the real problem resided within them.

I have found the halls of Congress reflect the streets of those they represent. If you see a Cynthia McKinney, then, if you look, you’ll see a Cynthia McKinney district within that snippet of time. If you observe a Pat Tiberi, then you will see a Pat Tiberi district. They reflect each other in the end.

Maybe I am just lucky, because I find (by far) the majority of politicians that I have worked for and with to be good people. They are everyday people (God have mercy on you Sly).

It is so sad that the cynical losers, that populate areas of our society at many levels, equate a good person to a bad person. What kind of loser would equate Ronald Reagan to Bob Ney, Jack Murtha and Jack Abramoff? How blind must a person be to equate an honest, but fallible George W. Bush to Alcee Hastings? One has worked hard to correct his faults and better himself and a nation, the other has nothing to offer anyone. In the end he will find that he offered even to himself, nothing.

Stop equating good people with Murtha, Hastings, Reid, Pelosi, Ney, Foley and Jack Abramoff. It reflects poorly on you as if you have something to hide yourself.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

I hate it when children bicker and get in trouble

but I'm loving this

Child 1

Child 2

Child 3

Child 4

Child 5

When families can't control themselves at a party, how can they do so at work?

Murtha, et al to Bush - SURRENDER!

The Murtha of all battles

In short, Nancy wants her own Bagdad Bob or, in this case, her own Georgetown Jack.

With his military genius and political acumen, Jack has promised the 2008 vote from the Okinawa Prefecture.

He's a real murtha. That's for sure.


Ohio State will beat that team from up north.

34 - 21

Oh, you Chuckster

New King of Washington Promises Moderate Court; Rove-like, Plans
Permanent Democratic Majority; More N.Y. Homeland Money, Iraqi

More than the inability to influence Iraq policy or the President’s tax cuts, Chuck Schumer says that the single greatest failure of the Democrats as an opposition party was allowing Samuel Alito to join the Supreme Court.

“Judges are the most important,” said Mr. Schumer, who orchestrated the implausible Democratic takeover of the Senate last week. “One more justice would have made it a 5-4 conservative, hard-right majority for a long time. That won’t happen.”

From now on, all the President’s judicial appointments will need to meet the requirements of Mr. Schumer, the Park Slope power broker who has happily accepted the mantle of chief architect for the Democrats’ effort to build a majority for the 2008 elections and beyond.

Chucky must've borrowed Barbara's boxers and Pelosi's balls, but then he went on to gloat, brag and get back to his real politics.

For one thing, Mr. Schumer said, New York will soon be “disproportionately”
enjoying the spoils of last week’s victory.

He said that the formula for determining which areas receive homeland-security funding will be changed to benefit places of high risk, like New York, and that more money will be sent to the city for health care and education, including the “No Child Left Behind Act” and special-education programs. He predicted increased federal
funding for a proposed tunnel between New York and New Jersey and the Second
Avenue subway line, and said that his own bill making college tuitions
tax-deductible—which the Republicans refused to renew in May—would be passed in the “first month or two” of the next session.

Schmer did not discuss other added benefits, such as "anti-aging" assistance to the ever growing number of illegal alien dead voters that voted Democrat in disproportionate numbers.

But refusing to not play the idiot, Schumer returned to the subject of international strategy and diplomacy.

Now, Mr. Schumer said, he hopes that a controversial plan strongly advocated by
Senator Joe Biden of Delaware—which essentially calls for the dissolution of
Iraq into three autonomous ethnic enclaves (and which Mr. Schumer quietly
supported last year)—will emerge as a concrete Democratic alternative to current
administration policy.

“It may actually move into play,” said Mr. Schumer. “I’ve always believed that the Sunnis, Shiites and Kurds hate each other more than they will ever love any central

Outside of Iraq, Mr. Schumer echoed his colleagues’ calls for more multilateralism and said the climate of greater comity would help in North Korea—“We are totally dependent on the Chinese,” he said—and in the Middle East.

“I really dislike the Syrians,” Mr. Schumer said. “That’s the problem here. But it probably ends up being better to talk to them than not.”

Mr. Schumer wanted to make clear that these will not be mere suggestions to be considered or discarded by the White House as the administration sees fit.

Stealing Biden's political jokes? His version of comity with Syria? His laser-like reality on a solution for his equal Kim Jong-il?

What a Chuckster. Ha ha.

OJ to brief Democrats on "Cut and Run" tactics

In a Congressional hearing on "Not that we are, but if we were going to cut and run" Democrats brought in experts from different expertise to advise them. When asked about our troops in the field fighting,

"I don't think any two people could be murdered without everybody being covered
in blood," Simpson responds.

Simpson later said that this scenario was a "what if" and that there was a Democrat's non-involvement with taking our troops out of Iraq. Clarifying his earlier point, Simpson said that since Levin, Schummer, Pelosi, Reaid and Murtha were non-involved, they could justifiably state they were not covered with blood, adding that they would all join him in looking for the real killers.

Then - "Gen. John Abizaid is a straight talker"

Now - "Gen. John Abizaid is a moron"

The top U.S. commander in the Middle East warned Congress Wednesday against
setting a timetable for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq, saying it would
impede commanders in managing U.S. and Iraqi forces.

The assertion by Gen. John Abizaid seemed to put him at odds with some
Democrats pressing the Bush administration to begin pulling out of Iraq.

Carl "screw'em" Levin was quoted as saying, "I can't heeaar you." as he huddled with John French Kerry.

Cut and Run begun

Or, screw them that you brung to the dance

"We cannot save the Iraqis from themselves. The only way for Iraqi leaders to
squarely face that reality is for President Bush to tell them that the United States will begin a phased redeployment of our forces within four to six months," Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., said at the outset of a hearing featuring the top U.S. commander in the Middle East.

Republicans and the United States of America:

Topple two terrorist governments
Free tens of millions of people
Promise to stand by them as first a protector and then as a friend in freedom

Democrats and Liberals:


France and other pansies:

"Wet my pants now, oui?" as Democrats, Liberals and Muslims tear France and Europe apart

Levin and Pelosi:

"We're off to K Street."

Thanks a lot Lott

Trent Lott is a supreme vote counter, a tremendous persuader, a truly nice guy, and, of course, has incredible hair. But.

Trent Lott sends the wrong message being elected to this post. No change.

I feel the same about the House except for John Boehner. He was new to the post prior to the election and did a tremendous job in the short time he had in position.

Yes, John Boehner is a supreme vote counter, a tremendous persuader, a truly nice guy, and, of course has incredible hair. But. He is still the voice of change in Congress that he was when first elected. Now he knows the routes through the mine fields called Congress. In short, he can stymie the Drunken Liberals Democrat roll backs, increases and cut and run strategies, hold the Conservative Republican line and do it without a hair out of place.

Boehner is more. Lott is less.

Monday, November 13, 2006

He's Baaack - RaTHER not

'Dan Rather Reports': Newsman returns to TV with a 'pioneering experience' FRAZIER MOORE NEW YORK (AP) - Dan Rather has gone digital. Dan
Rather has gone boutique.

Their New Direction


Sunday, November 12, 2006

How long has Bill Maher been a cocksucker?

How else would he know?

I am so sick of these liberal truth morons. They denigrate human beings for their own political gain and try to justify it through their own pathetic political reasoning. "If I am right, and I know I am, it justifies what I am alledging" is their justification.

Has it ever occured to them that a Ken Melman just doesn't think it is important to discuss who he is sleeping with?

Of course cocksuckers like Maher actually believe Hollywood stars are news makers. Like him. Dumber than Olbermann. Is that possible?

Happy Veterans Day Bill. You have undone what veterans have fought for in the last 200+ years. The right to live free and privately. That is what not just makes you a cocksucker, but a pretty sad cocksucker. Many people have sex for the pure joy of it. Others have sex to control or use sex to intimidate. Billy, you use sex to intimidate. BTW, can you control yourself?

If you think you do, you do it poorly.

I personally know the same amount of information about Ken Melman's intimate habits as Bill Maher knows about Ken Melman's intimate habits which is why I say Bill Maher sucks cocks. Bill Maher, as far as I know, loves to suck cocks. He thinks sucking cocks makes him funnier.

Swallow asshole. Your acerbic shallowness makes me sick. Your intellectual vacuosness makes us all feel a sadness for you.

Saturday, November 11, 2006

No fool like an old fool

Published: November 08, 2006 11:44 pm

Murtha targets top post


The Tribune-Democrat

As for Bush’s future actions in Iraq, Murtha was blunt: “He’s not going to
go on with this war.”

Tin-foil hat time: Were Bush and Rove "The Producers" of an intentional flop?

It's working!!!!!!


All this is a long prelude to our thinking the unthinkable.

Is Karl Rove even more of an evil genuis than we think? Did he and Bush
just produce an election flop...on purpose?


Is Karl Rove not the evil genius we all thought he was, or is he brilliant
beyond the reckoning power of us mere mortals? Whatever the strategery, the
more we look at it, the more we think that Bush's difficult next two years may
work out slightly better for him with a Democratic Congress.

The shallowness of voters

… called to tell me to expect a gift subscription to Time Magazine now that
I will be able to read the news with hope and joy again.

I know that may not seem like a lot to you, but to me it was just the
sweetest thing.

Thanks, Doug, and to all my other friends back home in El Paso who
regularly practice random acts of kindness.

MSM publications, a random act of kindness? One never knows though I do not think there is anything random about their reporting.

Now they can read the news with hope and joy again……

Isn’t that just the sweetest thing?

These people aren’t serious, but they are reflective of a large segment of the American voting public these days. That is a problem. If they are so shallow that reading Time magazine during a Republican administration is too painful, they shouldn’t vote.

I am not a fan of many publications, because I have come to understand their agenda which is seldom the same as mine, but I read. I read as much as I can. It is important to know what those you disagree with are thinking.

There are many that only read what they perceive as verifying what they believe is correct in their world. Thus we have fever swamps of “media” that perpetuates “news” that has been proven a lie.

I mean, al Jazeera is just the sweetest thing, don’t you think?

Henry the Wax Man

Waxman Set to Probe Areas of Bush Gov't
Nov 10 3:54 PM US/Eastern

The Democratic congressman who will investigate the Bush administration's running of the government says there are so many areas of possible wrongdoing, his biggest problem will be deciding which ones to pursue.

There's the response to Hurricane Katrina, government contracting in Iraq and on homeland security, political interference in regulatory decisions by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Food and Drug Administration, and allegations of war profiteering, Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif., told the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce.

"I'm going to have an interesting time because the Government
Reform Committee
has jurisdiction over everything," Waxman said Friday, three days after his party's capture of Congress put him in line to chair the panel. "The most difficult thing will be to pick and choose."

Among the issues that should have been investigated but weren't, Waxman contended, were the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse scandal, the controversy over the leak of CIA operative Valerie Plame's name, and the pre-Iraq war use of intelligence.


Bush blew up dikes - lit the fuses
Bush poisoned the earth - personally
Bush poisoned our food - personally
Bush's real name is Halliburton
Bush was in drag dressed as Lynndie English in uniform
Bush borrowed cell phones to leak Plame's name because Wilson dressed better
Bush who is really Rove implanted thoughts in Pelosi, Reid, Schummer, et al forcing them to hate Saddam
Bush isn't smart enough to be Waxman a Democrat

Thank you veterans

Honoring veterans has always been a part of my family's history. I think Veterans Day became even more important during the Vietnam War. As the protestors screamed louder, our family prayed and thanked veterans more.

Future veterans, now serving in the WOT are distressed this Veterans Day. Pelosi in and Rumsfeld out has turned their world upside down. Their mission in foreign countries is important not to just the country, but also, in a personal way, to them.

I ask everyone to take time to day to write, pray and support our veterans.

And their mission.


Friday, November 10, 2006

Lincoln Chafee - Major Moron

At what point does one, in their angst, hurt the country to prove a point?

Lincoln Chafee now says that he may not remain a Republican.


Don't call. Don't write. Do not even try to e-mail. Nobody is listening.

Also, we will not send money.

Thumb home.

Spring break is over.

Grow up.

BTW, la coste is out.

Impeach Bush

Mummy and daddy must be proud. I mean, how many kids could come up with this on their own?


John Dean, serial liar and traitor, wants to curry favor with the last group in America that will listen to him.

2008 GOP Primary Straw Poll - November 2006

I really didn't see anyone on the list that rocks my socks. That's relative if only because Hagel looks better than any Democrat in a certain light. A very dark light.

President Bush proven right again

Iraq Qaeda chief says Rumsfeld flees battlefield
10 Nov 2006 17:13:43 GMT

DUBAI, Nov 10 (Reuters) - The leader of Iraq's al Qaeda wing on Friday
gloated over forcing outgoing U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld to flee the
Iraqi battlefield and said his group would not rest until it blew up the White

Abu Hamza al-Muhajir, also known as Abu Ayyub al-Masri, said in a purported audio recording posted on the Internet that the group has 12,000 armed
fighters and 10,000 others waiting to be equipped to fight U.S. troops in Iraq.

"I swear by God we shall not rest from jihad until we ... blow up the filthiest house known as the White House," he said.

The Democrats' victory at U.S. Congressional elections on Tuesday were a step in the right direction, the speaker said.

"I tell the lame duck (U.S. administration) do not rush to escape as did your defence minister ... stay on the battleground," the speaker said. "The American people have taken a step in the right path to come out of their predicament ... they voted for a level of reason."

The authenticity of the tape could not be verified.

"The (U.S.) enemy if now wobbly. Today they are loading their gear to
flee," the speaker said.


The speaker vowed allegiance to Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, the head of a
Sunni Islamic state of Iraq's mostly Sunni Arab provinces announced in October
by al Qaeda and groups affiliated to it.

"I say to ... the ruler of believers (Baghdadi), I vow allegiance to you," he said, calling on all Sunni insurgents to follow suit. "I put under your command 12,000 fighters who are the army of the al Qaeda," he said.

The speaker blasted Bush as "the most stupid leader that America, the country of slaves and narcotics, has ever known".

He said Bush's policies had allowed Iran to spread its influence in Afghanistan and Iraq after Washington toppled their Sunni rulers, and expanded Iran's reach into Syria and Lebanon.

Yep, move along. No danger here, especially now that Madam Pelosi, et al is in charge. Of course, she won't be bothered by anything like listening in on poor terrorists planning the above mentioned acts of hate. Protecting Americans is unconstitutional as Pelosi, et al see it.

Stained election

Well, it has started.

First, all the likely libs said they weren’t going to impeach President Bush. Of course it implied that they really wanted bi-partisan cooperation and that they could successfully impeach President Bush. A win-win for the libs, in their mind.

Second, the libs announce that they are going to hold “hearings” about what led us into war and how that war has been handled. Conyers, this time, won’t have to hear the snickers such as when he held a “hearing” in the basement, demanded to be addressed as “chairman” by a nearly empty room.

Third, in their mind, the libs will just have to bow to public sentiment during these “hearings” and try to impeach President Bush. They will announce that the “clamor” from the 3 multiple personality members of DU and the 4 strong membership of the imagined reality-based community at kos as well as their staff forced their reluctant hand.

The media conglomerate Abcbsnbcnn and the Bostonwashingtonla Globepostimes in conjunction with AljazeeraGuardian will positively weep as each “revelation” is leaked out dribble by dribble to the incredulous reporter. Each “revelation” will appropriately show that it was/is worse than anyone thought/knew.

It was really all just revenge by one Bush for another Bush.

They’ll be half right. It is all about revenge and it includes a Bush.

There is no bi-partisan hopes coming from the Democrats and there is only one hope which is revenge against Bush for being Bush and against Republicans who dared to call Clinton’s lying under oath an impeachable offense.

Boiled down this is really about two failed presidential elections and a stained blue dress.

Even I didn’t expect less from the Democrats, but I’ve received it. How incredibly sad for Harry Pelosi, Charlie Conyers and their liberal peers.

Thursday, November 09, 2006

Chafee proves he's a loser twice in three days

Lincoln Chaffee, who got bounced out of his Senate seat for not being liberal enough, is said to be making one of his final anti-American stances to be a "block" on John Bolton as our official ambassador to the United Nations.

We should have beaten Rhode Island to the punch and thrown his punk ass out years ago.

Lincoln Chaffee is unworthy of the title Senator. I hope someone "canes" him in the chamber.

Montana softens after Brokeback?

Brokeback Mountain Softens Up Montana?

"Brokeback Mountain" may not have won the Oscar for last year's best movie, but it may have softened up some of the tough-guy crowd in Montana.
Oh, please don't go there. Please, please, pretty please. (Forcing imagery out of my head)

Nanny State

You’re a big boy/girl now – Act like it

We can't enforce important laws we already have, but now we're enacting stupid laws we don't need.

Keg laws
Helmut Laws
Seatbelt Laws
Banning of Trans-Fatty Food
State Liquor Stores
The taking of private land for the "good of all”
Banning the Ten Commandments
Calling opinion “hate speech”
Banning Internet Gambling
Ordering stupid “precautions” on products such a Drano telling people not to drink it
No Smoking Laws

What’s next? A law stating that Lap Dances cannot be performed in a lap? Er, forget it.

Wonder where the groupthink that produces this crap starts?

Kids are not allowed to be kids. They can't have Christmas, Halloween, play tag or dodge ball, kiss a girl on the cheek or play "war" nor receive an education they need. Instead, students get mandated classes that have nothing to do with preparing students to be productive citizens.

The kids can't read, can't add and can't grow up to be productive citizens, but they know what we, as a country, need to be to become a "better" society of the world.

This last election will produce more of these "feelgood" laws in our Nanny State.

Reid, Durban, Schumer

Harry Reid, religious man, is on the news relating how the Republicans wouldn't work with Democrats, but now Democrats will work with Republicans.

What hogwash.

Harry Reid has been one of the most duplicitous politicians on the Hill.

He speaks softly as he knifes you in the back.

Then he blames you for not voting for knife control. It is your fault.

If this is the beginning, the democrats will make partisanship unworkable whether they are in the majority and the minority.

Chuckie Schumer is thanking America for making democracy work.

Funny he hasn't said that in the last six years.

Chuckie said "No special interests?" Just unions, the ACLU, anti-religious groups, abortion supporters, anti-military and anti-soldier groups, anti-business groups, pro-tax groups, and, and, and....

George Allen

After a sloppy campaign, George Allen showed real virtue today in accepting the vote as it stands. In a sharp contrast to his opponent, Allen showed respect to the voters of Virginia.

Unfortunately, just as the best team can only be beat by themselves, Allen beat Allen.

Not all Ohioans voted stupid

Steubenville, Ohio Voters Overwhelmingly Reject Speed Cameras

Steubenville, Ohio becomes the fourth US community that has voted on and rejected photo radar.

An overwhelming majority of voters in Steubenville, Ohio rejected the city's speed camera program yesterday in a referendum on whether the city ordinance authorizing the program should stand. With all precincts reporting, 76.2 percent of voters said "no."

The program began last year issuing nearly 7000 tickets worth $85 each to
motorists driving as little as 5 MPH over the speed limit. It would have
generated nearly $600,000 in revenue until Jefferson County Court of Common
Pleas Judge David E. Henderson struck down the city ordinance as illegal in March. Because the city is bound by contract to continue the services of German camera operator Traffipax, regardless of the program's legality, it defied the judge's order and reinstated an essentially identical ordinance to continue issuing citations.

Tuesday's vote puts an end to the traffic cameras and serves as a victory for attorney Gary Stern who won a class action lawsuit to return the money that
had been illegally collected from motorists. He also gathered enough signatures
to put the speed camera question to a vote of the people. The public has never
voted in favor of photo enforcement. Between 1991 and 1997, voters turned out in
Batavia, Illinois; Peoria, Arizona and Anchorage, Alaska to reject photo

Or as Dean would say (not) On The Street Where You Live

John Boehner for Minority Leader

John Boehner is the logical choice for Minority Leader if you want a true Conservative who will not deviate from his beliefs, knows the system, how to make it work and is trusted by Conservatives and Liberals. He is trusted because he is honest.

"I have decided to campaign for Republican Leader and ask my colleagues for
their support. Yesterday's outcome gives Republicans two very distinct choices.
We can either ignore this setback and its lessons, and face the prospect of
permanent minority status. Or we can pull together as a team and renew our
commitment to ideas and reform."I'm running for Republican Leader because I
believe we must confront these lessons directly, renew our commitment to the
principles that brought us to majority in 1994, and articulate a powerful and
positive vision for the future based on our core principles. In doing so, we can
recover not just our majority, but the energy and promise of a vibrant,
long-term majority."Since my colleagues elected me Majority Leader in February,
House Republicans have worked hard to re-engage in the battle against pork
barrel spending by instituting comprehensive earmark reform, worked hard to
reestablish our commitment to fiscal discipline, and worked hard to champion tax
relief policies to prevent a massive Democrat tax hike. Republicans are still
the party of smaller, less costly, and more accountable government. Once we
renew our commitment to reform, I'm confident we will return to the majority."
I have worked with Congressman Boehner's staff on a few projects. I have met and spoken with the Congressman in one-on-one situations, without staff, without an agenda and I have found him to be straight forward, honest and, I find this important, have a sense of humor. There are so many self important prigs in Congress. They all share one thing, they have no sense of humor. Oh, they also share their hate.

Boehner shares our goals, knows how to obtain them and will work incrediably hard to make them the reality.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Pelosi through the years

Congratulations Liberals

Conservatives in traction after gymnastic effort to kick own butt.

Calling Dr. Frist
Now you are needed
Code Blue

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Reepuplicans don't need no steeking ballots

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Mary Herrera denying ballots to voters...

Yes - that's a strong claim - but it looks to be true. At Bernalillo County precinct 603 in Albququerque's NE Heights - where there are over 2400 registered voters, Herrera (who is also running for Secretary of State) only sent over 150 ballots. They ran out. A long time ago.

At a press conference today, Republicans called on Dem Clerk Mary Herrera to follow election law and get ENOUGH ballots at once out to the precincts where people are being turned away. Apparently, the same thing has happened in prectint 57 on Albuquerque's west side.

Mary Herrera's office has confirmed that they made a judgement call in sending over only 150 ballots to the Republcian heavy precinct 603. The Clerk's office sent over another 250 to try and alleviate the problem - a number NOBODY thinks is adequate.

And apparently this R heavy precinct had no provisional ballots available for the voters to use...a violation of federal election law.

more to come...

Dear Michigan, HACK! Love Maryland Dems

The FBI is investigating an apparent attack by hackers that today shut down
the Internet Web site of U.S. Senate candidate Mike Bouchard.

Anyone trying to log on to gets a message saying
the site was shut down as a result of an attack by hackers.

David All, a spokesman for Bouchard's Republican campaign, said
attackers created a program that resulted in the site being bombarded with
massive requests for information that shut the site down. Workers were trying to
get the site back up but it was unlikely to happen before the polls closed, All

Criminals for Menedez? Nah. Really?

NJ Update[Greg Pollowitz 11/07
11:07 AM
An email from the Kean campaign:

"It appears the Democrats have already resorted to Election Day dirty
tricks. Late last night vandals struck the Kean for Senate Headquarters
and an auxiliary office of the Star-Ledger by chaining closed the main entrance
to the building as well as braking off keys in the side door entrances.

Desperate ploys such as using Hudson County Correctional Inmates to disrupt
press conferences or chaining closed the front door to our headquarters, will
not prevent us from informing voter's that Bob Menendez is under
Federal Criminal Investigation and is unfit to serve in the United States