Saturday, October 30, 2004

Monsters of Filmland - Love it .. Check it out

Friday, October 29, 2004

More Smoke Than Ire (

George Will:
"Liberals are perpetually puzzled that Americans are not indignant about facts like this: In the past 30 years, the percentage of national income taken by the richest 5 percent of households rose from 16.6 to 21.4. Liberalism's constant problem is that Americans are aspirational, not envious. "

Absolutely. I don't envy those rich folks, I hope to be one of them some day. I'm working on my second million, gave up on my first....

Seriously, people (other than slimebag attorneys) get rich for the most part by providing WORTH to society. Either providing a product or a service to the rest of us is a good thing. If a person is good enough at doing it, they should get wealthy, and they should not be punished for their efforts by paying a higher tax rate for each dollar they make.

I appreciate and try to emulate the wealthy. More power to them.

Capitalist pig, Anti-Socialist greed ball, Anti-communist fanatic, Patriot

Thursday, October 28, 2004

WSJ Opinion Journal -- Re the REAL coalition of the Bribed IN THE UN

OpinionJournal - Featured Article: "
There were reasonable arguments against having gone into Iraq. But in light of this latest evidence, the arguments Mr. Kerry and his team have been making--that more inspections might have yielded something, and that the real coalition of the bribed at the Security Council might ever have supported force--don't pass the laugh test, never mind the global one. "

Required reading for those naive enough to think that we should "outsource" our defense to the UN, or to some GLOBAL TEST. We are a corrupt nation in many ways, but our neighbors in the world make us look like choirboys.

Wednesday, October 27, 2004

The NYT -- George Neumayr

The American Spectator:
"The New York Times, it is often said, not only reports the news but makes the news. This is true literally. It makes the news up. To nail Bush, Bill Keller and company were willing to manufacture a story where there wasn't one. Then with grotesque unfairness they gave an appearance of reality to their fiction by demanding that Bush respond to it. In a classic of their well-honed technique, the Times treated their fake story as a real campaign issue, titling a piece yesterday, 'Iraq Explosives Become Issue In Campaign.' The editors of the Times are like malicious mechanics who cause a car crash, then approach the scene like innocents wondering what happened.

'Fake New York Times Story Becomes Kerry Smear Tool In Campaign,' is the real headline. Al Qaqaa is a good nickname for the dominant media as the Democratic donkeys in their newsrooms produce endless piles of manure. 'Crooked Liberal Media Becomes Issue In Campaign,' is the story the electorate deserves to hear. "
bold and italics mine....

See my blog masthead .. I'm still looking for the truth.

Look for the MSM to find ANOTHER October surprise. Got to trash Bush.

Tuesday, October 26, 2004

Bush and Kerry: "Both Sides Are Doing the Same Things?

Bush and Kerry: "Both Sides Are Doing the Same Things?" - Sher Zieve - MensNewsDaily.comA wonderful article showing, once again, the hypocrisy of the Left. Can you imagine what would happen if a Bush/Cheney operative ransacked a Kerry office???

The Supreme Court Question Nealz Nuze Today's Nuze:

One of the issues in this election that is getting very little coverage until now is the probability that at least two, maybe three vacancies will open up on the United States Supreme Court in the next four years. The recent cancer surgery of William Rehnquist has brought this issue back up in the media.

Rehnquist is 80, John Paul Stevens is 84 and Sandra Day O'Connor is 74. The idea of John Kerry being the one to nominate three justices to the Supreme Court should be enough to send shivers down the spine of anyone who cares about the United States Constitution. Aside from the War on Terror, no decision by the next president is more important.

Both candidates will spend taxpayer money into oblivion and both will have to run all of their proposals through the same Congress. The federal government is not going to change that much under Kerry or Bush, but the Supreme Court appointments will last for decades.

George Bush will nominate judges that actually believe that the Constitution is the supreme law of the land. John Kerry has already said that he will appoint justices who will interpret the Constitution according to our laws, not interpret the laws according to the Constitution. He has it exactly backwards, and that is unspeakably dangerous to our Republic. . The Poodle's appointments will last 20, maybe 30 years. Who do you want making those choices? That's what I thought. "

If you want to know why you should be a conservative, THIS IS THE REASON. The breakdown of our system of laws due to "activist" judges will ultimately be the total breakdown of our society.

When the majority of Citizens of this nation get to where they feel there IS NO JUSTICE in the nation, you will have ANARCHY. The Citizenry will ultimately take justice into their own hands. Not a pleasant thought....

We are an incredibly diverse nation, and we work together well. There are always spats between members of our family, but there are rules we live by. If we lose respect for the rules, or if the rules are changed to benefit one group over another, we risk tearing the fabric of our Nation.

Monday, October 25, 2004

My Cousin Ose Said to Publish This...He's right ....

Mathew Manweller, professor of Political Science at Central Washington University, wrote this guest column for the Ellensburg Daily Record (Ellensburg, Washington). It was published October 6, 2004


"In that this will be my last column before the presidential election, there will be no sarcasm, no attempts at witty repartee. The topic is too serious, and the stakes are too high.

This November we will vote in the only election during our lifetime that will truly matter. Because America is at a once-in-a-generation crossroads, more than an election hangs in the balance. Down one path lies retreat, abdication and a reign of ambivalence. Down the other lies a nation that is aware of it’s past and accepts the daunting obligation its future demands. If we choose poorly, the consequences will echo through the next 50 years of history. If we, in a spasm of frustration, turn out the current occupant of the White House, the message to the world and ourselves will be two-fold.

First, we will reject the notion that America can do big things. Once a nation that tamed a frontier, stood down the Nazis and stood upon the moon, we will announce to the world that bringing democracy to the Middle East is too big of a task for us. But more significantly, we will signal to future presidents that as voters, we are unwilling to tackle difficult challenges, preferring caution to boldness, embracing the mediocrity that has characterized other civilizations. The defeat of President Bush will send a chilling message to future presidents who may need to make difficult, yet unpopular decisions. America has always been a nation that rises to the demands of history regardless of the costs or appeal. If we turn away from that legacy, we turn away from whom we are.

Second, we inform every terrorist organization on the globe that the lesson of Somalia was well learned. In Somalia we showed terrorists that you don't need to defeat America on the battlefield when you can defeat them in the newsroom They learned that a wounded America can become a defeated America. Twenty-four-hour news stations and daily tracing polls will do the heavy lifting, turning a cut into a fatal blow. Except that Iraq is Somalia times 10. The election of John Kerry will serve notice to every terrorist in every cave that the soft underbelly of American power is the timidity of American voters. Terrorists will know that a steady stream of grizzly photos for CNN is all you need to break the will of the American people. Our own self-doubt will take it from there. Bin Laden will recognize that he can topple any American administration without setting foot on the homeland

It is said that America's W.W.II generation is its 'greatest generation'. But my greatest fear is that it will become known as America's 'last generation.' Born in the bleakness of the Great Depression and hardened in the fire of WW II, they may be the last American generation that understands the meaning of duty, honor and sacrifice. It is difficult to admit, but I know these terms are spoken with only hollow detachment by many (but not all) in my generation. Too many citizens today mistake 'living in America' as 'being an American.' But America has always been more of an idea than a place. When you sign on, you do more than buy real estate. You accept a set of values and responsibilities. This November, my generation, which has been absent too long, must grasp the obligation that comes with being an American, or fade into the oblivion they may deserve. I believe that 100 years from now historians will look back at the election of 2004 and see it as the decisive election of our century. Depending on the outcome, they will describe it as the moment America joined the ranks of ordinary nations; or they will describe it as the moment the prodigal sons and daughters of the greatest generation accepted their burden as caretakers of the City on the Hill."

Mathew Manweller

Friday, October 22, 2004

Our wonderful court system at work again.....

from The American Spectator

Fenton, Missouri is about 40 minutes from my home.

As usual, a brutal scumbag is treated "humanely" by the liberal wackos of our court system.

Have you ever thought that we should execute vicious criminals simply for the fact that it an abomination that they are free to breathe the same air as we do?


Thursday, October 21, 2004

The Truth About Halliburton -- IMAO

Wednesday, October 20, 2004

Reaction from the US to the Guardian's Clark County project

Guardian Unlimited US elections 2004 Reaction from the US to the Guardian's Clark County project This is a HOOT.. our friends accross the "pond" at the Commie Pinko Leftist "Guardian" took it upon themselves to have the Brits "educate" the citizens of Clark County, Ohio. The education consisted of a letter writing campaign to registered voters.

Guess they didn't get the message to BUTT OUT OF OUR BUSINESS in 1776 and 1812.


Bin Laden Is Dead! - Matthew Heidt -

Bin Laden Is Dead! - Matthew Heidt -� This is the second article I've read which proposes that Mr. Bin Laden has met Allah and is burning as you read this. Check out Matthew Heidt "Blue Falcon" link as well


Monday, October 18, 2004


Sunday, October 17, 2004


IMAO: "If You Hear the Codeword, Scream Real Loud!
I heard that Bush's mention of the Dredd Scott case in the last debate was a codeword for Roe v. Wade.

How devious!
Of course, the liberals have codewords too. Here's a list of some of them so you'll be prepared for tonight's debate.


the rich, the wealthy = you
e.g. 'We'll fund things by taxing the rich.'

fair = huge, enormous
e.g. 'Everyone needs to pay their fair share.'

progressive (n.) = shrill left-wing nut
e.g. 'Michael Moore is a prominent progressive.'

progressive (adj.) = appallingly moronic
e.g. 'We hope to get into law more progressive policies.'

choice, women's rights, reproductive rights = abortion

choose = abort, kill
(this one is really taking hold; it's only a matter of time until we hear a news report about headless prostitutes being found and thus a 'serial-chooser' is on the loose)

undocumented immigrants = illegal immigrants

militants, insurgents = murdering terrorists

terrorism = nuisances

protestor = stupid, dirty, noisy hippy

freedom of speech = liberal speech being forced on everyone by law

suppression of speech = criticism of liberal speech

climate of fear = sense of reality

e.g. 'Republicans are trying to win by creating a climate of fear.'
fit to print = carefully edited to make conservatives look bad

e.g. 'All the news that's fit to print.'

Whole phrases can be codes too:

'I support the troops but not the war.' = 'I hope the news reports more casualties I can use as a political bludgeon.'

'Labels are only to scare people.' = 'Stop accurately calling me a liberal; I'm trying to hide that.'

'One person's terrorist is another's freedom fighter.' = 'I'm such a moral midget, I can't even call people murdering women and children what they are."

"You’re questioning my patriotism!" = "Your legitimate attacks on my voting record is making me question my patriotism."

"No blood for oil." = "..."

Sunday, October 10, 2004

IMAO: Know Thy Enemy: Halliburton

IMAO: Know Thy Enemy: Halliburton: "Know Thy Enemy: Halliburton
As we all know from the media, Cheney serves his master the corporation Halliburton, the most evil corporation there is. Thus I sent my crack research staff to find out all they can about Halliburton, and I even checked out the site Cheney mentioned (my sister was the first one to tell me about that site; good silly sister). Here are the goods:
* Halliburton gets its name from the last name of Lucifer Halliburton, prince of darkness.
* Halliburton the corporation was founded right after Adam and Eve were expelled from paradise and soon got a sole-source contract for building their house.
* The cross Christ was crucified on - all Halliburton. They had sole-source on that for the Romans.
* During the Dark Ages, Halliburton labored long and hard to find a way to pollute the world using the technology available, but ended up on just causing the crusades since they had the sole-source on chain mail and the pope was a former CEO of theirs.
* While Andrew Jackson was president, Halliburton was able to get a contract to randomly destroy forest and kill woodland creatures for no particular reason.
* In the 80's, Halliburton researched how to turn puppies into nuclear waste that they could then put in the water of school children.
* After Cheney became CEO, Halliburton made money by bulldozing orphanages in third world countries to make chemical weapons plants to use on kittens.
* Some are confused exactly what business Halliburton does. Its main products are pollution, hatred, death, and lawn furniture.
* Remember when you didn't get that toy you wanted for Christmas? It was because of Halliburton!
* In Iraq, Halliburton has a couple people instructed to bang a hammer against pieces of wood to pretend they're construc"


OKAY Mongo is getting away from his computer... goin fishin, don't need anymore politics for a week.

Love to all, except you Socialist Democrat Commie Traitors......... you may ESAD.


Wednesday, October 06, 2004

Bill Whittle -- His latest is a long, worthwhile read

Eject! Eject! Eject!: DETERRENCE, Part 1: "It would be nice to live in a world full of liberals. I say that as a staunch conservative. It would be nice to live in a world that behaved like a Hollywood party or a university campus, filled with kind, educated people with lots to lose, who cherish reason and responsibility and are incapable of brutal, violent acts. If all the world were filled with decent, compassionate, rational people, life would be a bouquet.
But it's not. There are bad people who do bad things, and there are bad countries run by bad people who do bad things who eat the kind and gentle people for breakfast. There is no denying this. Therefore, liberals are insane.
It's a damn shame, it really is. " - Kerry dismisses criticism of 'global test' remark as 'pathetic' - Oct 4, 2004 - Kerry dismisses criticism of 'global test' remark as 'pathetic' - Oct 4, 2004

"And if they were honest enough to give America the full quote, which America heard, they would know that I'm never going to allow America's security to be outsourced. That's the job of the president.

"But I can do a better job of protecting America's security because the test that I was talking about was a test of legitimacy, not just in the globe, but elsewhere."

"BUT ELSEWHERE" ooooooooooo eeeeeeeeee ooooooo. I hear Rod Serling now. Where in the universe is ELSEWHERE??? The planet KLINGON??

This dude doesn't realize that WORDS MEAN SOMETHING. Even if you get a pass from the MSM other people will read and hear what you say. If you say idiotic things, it will be pointed out.

Molon Labe

Lets PARSE the global test line -- This is scary Nealz Nuze Today's Nuze: "THAT 'GLOBAL TEST' LINE
Undoubtedly John Kerry wishes he could have that line from last Thursday's debate back. Kerry already knew that the American people were suspicious of his past history of calling for UN approval for US military actions. The last thing he wanted to do was to fuel those suspicions, but fuel them he did with his 'global test' line.
So .. what did Kerry really mean? Did he mean that the US would take whatever military action was necessary to protect our people and our country and then try to explain his actions to the world? Or did he actually mean to say that the US would first seek a passing score on the 'global test' and then take the appropriate military action.
I found this gem in yesterday's Taranto column.
The real point about Kerry's 'global test' comment, though is that it contradicts what he said immediately before. Here, again, is what Kerry said:
No president, through all of American history, has ever ceded, and nor would I, the right to pre-empt in any way necessary to protect the United States of America. But if and when you do it, Jim, you have to do it in a way that passes the test, that passes the global test, where your countrymen, your people understand fully why you're doing what you're doing and you can prove to the world that you did it for legitimate reasons.
This is one of those 'but'-head remarks we noted Friday. Kerry is trying to have it both ways: to reserve 'the right to pre-empt in any way necessary' while also insisting on 'the global test.' Reader Ruth Papazian offers some insight on what this really means:
It's the placement of the conditional but that is most revealing of Kerry's true inclinations regarding pre-emptive use of force against countries harboring terrorists.
Consider these two statements:
(a) I will let you go to the concert, but I want you to clean your room.
(b) I want you to clean your room, but I will let you go to the concert.

In statement (a), permission to go to the concert is conditional upon cleaning your room. In statement (b), permission to go to the concert is not conditional upon cleaning your room.

Consider Kerry's "global test" statement with the phrases before and after the conditional "but" flipped:
You've got to do it in a way that passes the global test, but no president, through all of American history, has ever ceded, and nor would I, the right to pre-empt in any way necessary to protect the United States of America.

The first statement suggests that the historical right of pre-emptive action by a U.S. president is conditional upon first convincing the rest of the world that our actions are justified. The second statement suggests that while global considerations are important, the right of pre-emptive action by a U.S. president will never be conditioned upon whether the rest of the world thinks our reasons are legitimate.
The man who would utter the second statement will not hesitate to pull the trigger. The man who uttered the first statement will.
Now that's one smart lady."

Tuesday, October 05, 2004

Romania Again - Woman rips off husband's testicles

It is tough to be a Romanian dude these days

iowahawk: Classic TV Scripts: �Johnny Nuance�

Ann Coulter Quotes

"In a democratic process, liberals could never persuade Americans to vote for their insane ideas abortion on demand, gay marriage and adoption, handgun confiscation, cross-district busing, abolishing the death penalty and affirmative action quotas. So issues are simply taken out of the voters' hands by the Supreme Court. Vitally important cultural issues are now decided for us by a handful of unelected elites, who, coincidentally, share the ideology of Janeane Garofalo. It's a lot easier to get a majority out of nine votes than it is to get a majority of 280 million votes."

This one is NOT funny. This is the Reason that all of us should throw out ALL DEMOCRATS from office. Having unelected left wing whackos make our laws is one problem. Watch for tax bills for the UN and other unelected bodies.... there is a sea treaty which will pay the UN coming up soon.

A Year Of Coulter

A Year Of Coulter: Ann Coulter Quotes From Oct 2003 - 2004 The essential Coulter from Right Wing News. Try her new book.........

Friday, October 01, 2004

The Global Test

CPD: 2004 Debate Transcript: "KERRY: The president always has the right, and always has had the right, for preemptive strike. That was a great doctrine throughout the Cold War. And it was always one of the things we argued about with respect to arms control.
No president, through all of American history, has ever ceded, and nor would I, the right to preempt in any way necessary to protect the United States of America.
But if and when you do it, Jim, you have to do it in a way that passes the test, that passes the global test where your countrymen, your people understand fully why you're doing what you're doing and you can prove to the world that you did it for legitimate reasons. " ....

BUSH: "Let me -- I'm not exactly sure what you mean, "passes the global test," you take preemptive action if you pass a global test.

My attitude is you take preemptive action in order to protect the American people, that you act in order to make this country secure. " ...

September 30, 2004 Debate Transcript

The American Spectator

THE DEBATE: "But here's a quick test of last night's electoral effect: what do you remember a day later, off the top of your head?

Chances are, it's that Kerry called Iraq 'the wrong war at the wrong place at the wrong time.' Or that it is bad to send 'mixed messages' (or 'mixed signals'). Bush said each of these things seven times (Kerry, attempting to parry Bush's thrusts, said 'mixed messages' another three times). Kerry spoke competently on each point of debate, but swing voters aren't going to walk around with his talking points in mind -- he only brought up rushing to war three times, for example." -- John Tabin, The American Spectator.

Good debate. Watched it all. While I was impressed with Kerry's demeanor, President Bush won. WHY?

I am not only uncomfortable, I am scared to death, when a man who could be President says that he would not defend the United States without approval from foreign nations. In addition, Kerry pointed out that our allies have only provided a small percentage of troops to our effort in Iraq. Okay..... How many more would there be if the secret (France, Germany, and Russia) missing allies were involved? Also, how effective would they be?

It was reported that Mr. Kerry said several weeks ago that we needed a more "sensitive" approach to war. I don't know what the exact quote was, so I can't give it. I've also read that he would "nuance" our foreign relations. What a crock. I have news for those in this nation who think we can sing Kumbaya with the terrorists..... by the time you are ready to sing the second chorus, al Zarqawi will have cut your head off.