Saturday, July 30, 2005

Shockingly enough, former President Jimmy Carter has come to the defense of our terrorist enemies currently residing at Gitmo. According to Carter, the prison has given the extremists reason to attack us. Further, according to the former President of this country, the war in Iraq is "unnecessary and unjust," noting that he is "embarrassed about it."

Can you believe this guy? Remember, he is the same person who was paralyzed by the Iranians during the hostage crisis (which ended immediately after Reagan, a real President, took office, by the way). When Carter's ill-fated rescue mission failed, he buckled to the demands of the Islamofascists then. Now he's willing to buckle to the terrorists because they aren't getting the protection of the Bill of Rights, which, gasp, is forcing them to attack us. How naive can he be? And to think, this guy used to be our President!

Democrats are incapable of handling foreign policy. Never vote for them.

Friday, July 22, 2005

If you want some evidence of how delusional liberal journalism has become, read this column, by the L.A. Times' (surprise) John Chait, criticizing the fact that President Bush likes to EXERCISE. The following passage puts it best:

Bush's insistence that the entire populace follow his example, and that his staff join him on a Long March, er, Long Run, carries about it the faint whiff of a cult of personality. It also shows how out of touch he is. It's nice for Bush that he can take an hour or two out of every day to run, bike or pump iron. Unfortunately, most of us have more demanding jobs than he does.

It's a "more demanding job" to whine in paper once a week than it is to be President? This column is a parody unto itself. Any armchair psychologist can see that this particular liberal (like most, I suspect) got one too many grundies in gym class.

Monday, July 18, 2005

Check out this story about Bill Clinton. I saw it on Google News and immediately believed in its veracity.

Friday, July 01, 2005

Everyman Senator Teddy Kennedy has already come out and said that he will oppose any of Bush's Supreme Court nominees that threaten to "roll back the rights and freedoms of the American people." By "rights and freedoms" the happy-hour ham doesn't mean things like, say, property rights, but instead true American freedoms: abortion, gay marriage, the right of city governments to take a house from a senior citizen and replace it with a Starbucks, etc.

It's funny that the swimmer actually thinks that filibustering a judicial nominee protects our "rights and freedoms." Wouldn't you think that being able to have the duly-elected President have a nominee confirmed by the duly-elected Senate represents our freedoms better than having Ted Kennedy stumble through a harangue on the Senate floor for 16 hours just to avoid an up-or-down vote on the judge?

Maybe the gentleman Senator should think more about getting his party elected to a majority (which would take 6 seats) rather than downing 6 drinks and talking incessantly on the Senate floor, which is already a boring-enough place as it is.

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