Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Bush is standing firm on his quest to sell our nation's port security to an arab country. I guess it's multiculturalism. If good old fashioned reason and common sense haven't affected him yet, may be this will:


The entire Republican Party does not support this deal, but Jimmy Carter does. Shouldn't that be enough not to support something?

If he couldn't stand up to the Iranians then, why should Bush listen to him now (or ever).

Sunday, February 19, 2006

Although you wouldn't know it from the headlines, the media's cheap attempt to smear Dick Cheney has utterly failed. Here's a headline from today at ABC.com, in a clear attempt to put new spin on the subject:

Cheney's PR: How Not to Do Damage Control

In the story, the "reporter" tells it like it isn't: "At best, it has fed criticism of Cheney as aloof and isolated. At worst, critics suggest, it has shown a president unable to control his own vice president."

Here's how it really is, as reported correctly in the National Ledger:

Poll: Only 27% Say Dick Cheney Accident Raises Serious Questions

I guess that no one cares, except the Democrats. That's probably why Google News still has literally hundreds of stories on the topic, which by now is nothing more than pure spin from the "objective" media. Enough already. You lost.

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

What in the hell is wrong with the media? They took a hunting accident and turned it into a homicide. Check out these "objective" headlines:

Cheney under fire as victim worsens (The Age)

Cheney could face charges in shooting (AP)

Man Cheney shot has heart attack (BBC)

Right now, there are 4,368 stories on Google News about this accident. If this is a story, and Iran's nuclear capability isn't, one thing is pretty clear: journalists, by and large, are idiots.

Thursday, February 09, 2006

This was one of the public comments to a USA Today story about President Bush's speech, during which he described how a 2002 al Qaeda terror attack on the tallest building in Los Angeles was stopped:

This will all be mute soon enough. The Dems will take back the senate in 06 and both the white house and congress in 08. Then we can negotiate for peace after that. No more fear, no more lies, no more war.

What the liberal who posted this comment doesn't know is that these people are the ones they have to "negotiate for peace" with:

Good Luck!!!

Saturday, February 04, 2006


A few days ago, Punxsutawney Phil, the groundhog that predicts whether 6 more weeks of winter are in store, popped out and saw his own shadow. To some, this means six more weeks of winter. To others, Phil presents an opportunity for an utterly moronic publicity stunt, as noted by USA Today:

The National Environmental Trust said it's groundhog-suit-wearing human "will ignore his shadow and will instead rely on global warming evidence to forecast an early spring."

This is the current status of the global warming debate. Kyoto didn't work out, so the left is putting a guy in a groundhog suit, sending him to Punxsutawney, and having him act as the "shadow" of a real groundhog.

These people are truly becoming pathetic.
A funny thing happened recently when I signed up for comment posting privileges Daily Kos, the left-wing nutcase blog, and began posting comments. My first post was around Christmas, when I commented that people should go to a "progressive" church and wrote "God bless you." Someone commented on my comment, saying only "Who is this guy?" Apparently they were surprised that someone would have a positive interest in religion and visit that website.

My second post was more nefarious. I commented on one of the "fighting Dem" stories, which feature liberal veterans running for office. I noted (consistent with liberal values, I might add) that people who have served in the military should not hold public office. After all, anyone who would willingly go slaughter innocents, kick in doors in the middle of the night, and sexually assault random females in Iraq (like all the other troops) is not particularly "progressive," and therefore should not play a role in the Democrat party. The regulars were not pleased. The first response said "Do you want us to lose?" (Never mind that the principle that veterans shouldn't serve in government is totally abhorrent.) Other posts followed, basically calling me an out of touch "revolutionary" (which is now apparently passe). I responded that Adolf Hitler served in the military before holding public office (he was also a vegetarian, by the way), and that this proves the point that you can't trust military hawks in positions of power. After that, the other posters flagged my comment for the "parent," who thereafter prevented me from posting and erased all my previous posts.

I acted as an honest liberal, and now I'm banned from Daily Kos for life. Oh well, it was fun while it lasted.

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