Monday, February 28, 2005

Fending Menaces

From the The American Spectator (emphasis Mongo's) on the President's European Trip:
"instead of going to 'mend fences,' Bush needs to go to 'fend menaces.' The Europeans have just enough power to get in the way sometimes, and it pays to keep them on the reservation, but the speaking softly part is usually less important than carrying a big stick. Their chimera of defeating Bush by daunting American voters with their superciliousness has been undone by reality. This returns things to their regular state wherein it's in the Europeans' best interest to be on our good side."

Yep, show the BIG STICK. Hey libtards, diplomacy and winning "global tests" depend on two things:

One, the other nation sees that its best interest lie with the United States.

Two, the United States can increase either the incentives or the LEVEL OF PAIN until the other nation sees that its best interest lie with the United States.

No other options.

Syria apparently just turned Saddam Hussein's cousin (or nephew) over to US/Iraqi forces. I wonder why? They loved him until the heat went up after the assassination in Lebanon, I'll bet. Then CUZ, you are a pawn in the global game.

UPDATE .. It was ole Saddam's brother... sweet. The Syrians probably dumped him off at the border.

Saturday, February 26, 2005

Discover the Network

Here David Horowitz drives the left wing moonbats nuts again. If you want to see the people, organizations, financial backing, media panderers and the other assorted left wing libtards, this is the site to do your research.

Friday, February 25, 2005

Another saved by an Armed Citizen Nealz Nuze Today's Nuze:
"This one unfolded in Tyler, Texas yesterday. David Hernandez Arroyo was in the middle of a bitter child support dispute. As his ex-wife arrived at the courthouse yesterday Arroyo was waiting with an AK-47. He killed her with is first shots and then aimed for and shot his son.

At that point Mark Wilson happened on the scene. Mark Wilson is a civilian. He wasn't a law enforcement officer. Mark Wilson did, however, have a gun on him.

Wilson started firing at Arroyo as Arroyo was trying to finish his son off. Wilson was killed in the exchange. Another civilian with a gun started firing at Arroyo, who ran to his pickup and fled. Arroyo was cornered by police a short time later and killed.

Arroyo's son is alive today. He's alive because a civilian with a gun intervened.

This is just one of the instances yesterday where a civilian with a gun saved either his life or someone else's. You won't see most of these stories on the air. The Tyler story will probably make it to the news because it is too sensational to be ignored. Watch for the role of the civilian to be minimized.
Remember ... an armed society is a polite society."

Yes, God created man, Sam Colt made him equal. May God bless Mark Wilson and welcome him.

St Louis Post Dispatch -- "CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT: Radically wrong"

STLtoday- Editorial / Commentary Emphasis Mongo's:
SEN. MATT BARTLE, R-Lee's Summit, wants to slam the courthouse door on disputes about education funding.

The radical proposal by Mr. Bartle and two other GOP legislators states that the 'power to determine public school funding shall exclusively be the province of the people's elected representatives in the general assembly and their governor.'

Mr. Bartle's proposed constitutional amendment flies in the face of two centuries of republican government in the United States based on the principle that there should be a separation of powers among three branches of government.
Here you have the issue. THE COURTS are being stepped on by the EEEVVVIILL REPUBLICANS. Why should the courts have the power to determine the FUNDING of public schools? It seems to me that it is long overdue that there is some pushback to the mostly unelected "Men in Black", who think that they can rule this country from the bench without fear of the public.

His proposal would remove the courts from the equation, leaving the issue of education funding entirely to the Legislature and governor. As the nation learned during the civil rights era of the 1950s, the courts are key to enforcing constitutional promises that legislatures happily ignore.
"Constitutional Promises"? How about the courts enforce the LAW which is properly derived from the People, not from the bench.

The Bartle amendment, which would be submitted to the voters in 2006, comes at a time when more than 250 schools districts - rural, urban and suburban - are claiming in court that the state is violating the Missouri Constitution's requirements that public education be both adequate and equitable.
Oh no, it is going in front of the voters! He's not even going to try to hide it in the legislature. Maybe the Post doesn't like this because the courts are afraid to overstep their bounds when it comes to popular elected ballot issues? The courts prefer to subvert the public's interest outside the light of day, when they can be covered by their friends in the media.

Part of Mr. Bartle's argument is appealing. He complains that state money is paying for both sides of school funding litigation because school districts are paying the fees of the lawyers suing the state and the fees of lawyers defending the state. He also argues, correctly, that the power to appropriate money lies with the Legislature, not the courts...
Sound like good sense to me.

The rest of the editorial is here.

Thursday, February 24, 2005

Sen. Clinton pushes voting holiday, allowing ex-cons to vote
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, a possible White House candidate in 2008, joined 2004 nominee John Kerry and other Democrats Thursday in urging that Election Day be made a federal holiday to encourage voting.

She also pushed for legislation that would allow all ex-felons to vote.
Standing with Massachusetts Sen. Kerry and other Democrats who had alleged voting irregularities in the 2004 contest, Clinton said, 'Once again we had a federal election that demonstrates we have a long way to go.'

'I think it's also necessary to make sure our elections meet the highest national standards,' said the New York senator. "

Okay, here are the Demogogs ONCE AGAIN trying to get the felon vote, because they feel that felons will vote the D way. It doesn't matter that these people are "ex-felons". What the hell is an ex-felon?? Either you are a felon or you are not. You may have paid your debt to society, or have fooled the parole board (which is more likely), but you are a Convicted Felon.

Lets face the facts, after you cried you were "victim" to a judge or jury (which is even more likely), and you were convicted in our liberal courts you lost your rights. Sorry. If you prey upon society, society gets some Payback.

The National Holiday idea isn't bad, though... as long as I don't have to elbow my way past the criminal dregs of society to get to the polls.

Wednesday, February 23, 2005

The Great Con of the Democratic Party

From The American Spectator
"the American people were able to measure Democratic rhetoric against reality in this last election and judged it clownish. What the Democrats live in fear of -- not that the American people won't grasp the meaning of their rhetoric but that they will -- came to pass. How stupid do you think we are? Was America's shrug at the rhetoric of the John Kerry campaign. "
Good article. Here is where I have a problem with the Democratic Party. They are elitist liars. Pretty simple isn't it? With their partners in crime, the Socialist Mainstream Media, they have tried to pull the wool over the eyes of the American people for 60 years. They succeeded for about 50 of those sixty years.

Multinational Socialism (Tranzism) is anathema to the majority of Americans. The excesses and abuses of the United Nations are coming to light. The Democrats who feel that GW did not have a "mandate" better do the math. 60 million for Bush, 57 million for the self aggrandizing traitor Kerry AND approximately 60 million WHO DID NOT VOTE and therefore either approved of Bush or approved the status quo. Bush 120, Kerry 57. do the math. That is figuring only 180 million eligible voters out of 280 million Americans.

Hey Demos, keep running out Fat Teddy and the Hildabeast. You will move the "silent" 60 million Red.

Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Who Lost Turkey?

In OpinionJournal The Sick Man of Europe--Again.

Interesting story. If history serves me correctly, since World War I, Turkey has been an excellent ally. What happened?

I believe what unfolds in Turkey will be very important in the future of the Middle East.

Monday, February 21, 2005

Wales rugby fan loses his "tackle"

OUCH This gentleman bet against Wales (his home team), and when they won, cut his own nads off.

(personal time ... talking to Great Grandfather) -- Grandpa, I'm sure glad that you decided to ditch Wales in 1851 and come to Missouri. But I kind of understand the craziness I've been accused of now...

Friday, February 18, 2005

Sinking islands cling to Kyoto lifebuoy -- JUNK SCIENCE ALERT !!!

Reuters AlertNet - FEATURE-Sinking islands cling to Kyoto lifebuoy: (Empasis Mongo's)
"FEATURE-Sinking islands cling to Kyoto lifebuoy
13 Feb 2005 01:30:25 GMT

Source: Reuters

By Michael Perry
SYDNEY, Feb 13 (Reuters) - Islanders on tiny Tuvalu in the South Pacific last week saw the future of global warming and rising sea levels, as extreme high tides caused waves to crash over crumbling sea-walls and flood their homes.
'Our island is sinking together with our hearts,' wrote Silafaga Lalua in Tuvalu News (

Tuvalu is a remote island nation consisting of a fringe of atolls covering just 25.9 sq km (10 sq miles), with the highest point no more than 5 metres (17 ft) above sea level, but most a mere 2 metres (6.5 ft).

Global warming from greenhouse gas pollution is regarded as the main reason for higher sea levels, now rising about 2mm (0.08 in) a year, which could swamp low-lying nations such as Tuvalu and the Maldives in the Indian Ocean if temperatures keep rising.

On Feb. 16, a landmark U.N. pact to curb global warming comes into force. Under the Kyoto Protocol, developed countries are meant to cut emissions of carbon dioxide, largely from burning fossil fuels such as coal and oil in power plants, factories and cars, by an average 5.2 percent below 1990 levels during 2008-12.
But the world's biggest greenhouse polluter, the United States, has refused to join Kyoto, while some Kyoto signatories such as Spain and Portugal have increased greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent over 1990 levels."

Thanks to JAMES TARANTO of OpinionJournal Best of the Web Today - February 16, 2005

WOW. First the Tsunami, now this. We in the US should be ASHAMED and SHOULD SIGN KYOTO IMMEDIATELY. DON'T YOU KNOW WE WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DEMISE OF TUVALU .. IN 975 YEARS (6.5 feet divided by .08 inches) I fully expect the blame for this Island nation's demise to be laid upon us in the year 2980. We should alert the next 25 generations of Americans at their birth of their guilt in sinking these islands. BTW, are the islanders chained to their islands? Could they maybe MOVE in 900 years or so...

Thursday, February 17, 2005


Excellent points are made by Jonah Goldberg on National Review Online who states (emphasis mine)
"For decades, a therapeutic culture of 'understanding' was on the rise. Except for acts of racism and so-called homophobia, there was a mad rush to 'understand' evil people. Were they victims of a racist culture? Were they abused themselves? Were they expressing their natural frustration with the patriarchal capitalist system? Blah, blah, blah.

The tragedy of the imagination was that we couldn't appreciate that evil is real and it exists. In a society where everyone is a victim and it's not right to 'judge' others, there's just not much room left for real monsters, while society itself becomes monstrous. Hannibal Lecter became a charming rogue, the Grinch who Stole Christmas became the victim of the judgmental Whovilleans in the Jim Carrey movie ..."
Since I know everyone out there in the blogosphere has been waiting for my thoughts on good and evil and Liberals and Conservatives, here they are:

Liberals think people are inherently good, and their "environment" or "life experiences" make them less than good. I believe liberals "feel" this way to make themselves feel good. There aren't any "bad" people, only "bad" guns, etc.

Conservatives know that people are inherently evil, or neutral. Given a chance they will be evil. There are also people, the most dangerous ones, who are amoral, being neither good or evil. These people can be monsters. They see no wrong, therefore nothing restrains their deeds.

While people are inherently evil or neutral, they are driven by two things -- fear and greed. I believe you can wrap up any human action and analyze it down to these two motivations. We are either running towards something we perceive to be good and beneficial, or away from something we perceive to be dangerous and harmful.

Our actions are restrained by laws, our environment, and other people. (religion plays a part in some cases.)

We should make laws to restrain the evil and unbridled greed. (we really don't have to know a criminal's motivation, we just have to put them away)

Our environment restrains us from actions. We have to restrain ourselves at work, in traffic, in a restaurant, in a grocery, even at home. If we don't restrain our actions, society will, by ostracizing us or by placing us in jail.

Other people restrain us since we are greedy for sex, approval, and being part of a group, and fear rejection.

Pretty damn simple. Fear and Greed.

Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Teresa Heinz drops 'Kerry' Quote of the week:
"'I just checked and she no longer uses her (entire) last name; only during the (presidential) campaign did she use Kerry,' campaign spokeswoman Tamara Rodriguez Reichberg said."
Do you think Tammy will drop the Reichberg too? You remember Hillary Rodham-Clinton? Man these hyphenated skanks are dropping the names like crazy...

Tuesday, February 15, 2005

Fred Reed on Mo Dowd

In Search Of Men Who Want To Marry Mommy
Maureen is the resentment columnist for the New York Times. She serves as newsprint megaphone for the angry, selfish, wretchedly unhappy career woman who can’t understand why she is living alone in an apartment with two cats. (I understand the alone part. I question the judgement of the cats.)

More comments on Mo's rant on how men avoid "successful" women like her and end up with their "secretaries or assistants". Hey Mo, maybe they've read your columns and figured out you are a whiny, bitchy, shrew. Fred nails her, in his own excellent way.

Monday, February 14, 2005

War: The Ultimate Scapegoat

War: The Ultimate Scapegoat - Burt Prelutsky - "The reality is that while bad people--be they Napoleon, Hitler or Hussein--fight bad wars, good people fight good ones. "

Friday, February 11, 2005

Irate lawmaker would share bears

More stupid tree hugger stuffhere. It seems that Eastern Maryland (populated) wants to preserve the Black Bears in Western Maryland (not so populated). A lawmaker from the Western half of the state generated this:
"ANNAPOLIS -- A bill introduced yesterday would save the black bears of Western Maryland by spreading them into every county of the state."
Damn good idea. Those who love bears so much should live with them for a while. They aren't Vermont Teddy Bears, they can be varmints.

The same with the people who decry the conditions at the Guantanamo terrorist depot. Send them a terrorist to live with them. They can then apply all the "Geneva Convention" provisions themselves. BTW... these are the same idiots who forget that these terrorist were not in uniform, and therefore are not subject to the Geneva Convention. In fact, they could be shot as spies. There are no tea party rules of war in Iraq or Afganistan. Get used to it.

Thursday, February 10, 2005

Loving Monsters -- The Animal Rights Crowd

I really enjoyed this article by Glenn Reynolds regarding the tree lovers in Boulder who have ended up to be a hot lunch for the cougars they are protecting.
"but to me the most interesting behavior isn't the predatory nature of the cougars -- which are, after all, predators -- but the willful ignorance of human beings. So many were so invested in the notion that by thinking peaceful thoughts they could will into existence a state of peaceful affairs that they ignored the evidence right in front of them, which tended to suggest that cougars were quite happy to eat anything that was juicy, delicious, and unlikely to fight back."
Yes, lets sit with the cougars, praise Gaia, and sing Kumbaya... Isn't it wonderful, Moonstone? ... Moonstone?

I've been a conservationist all of my life, and I especially abhor cruelty to animals. Hunting isn't cruelty, by my definition. How can someone kill Bambi? If someone didn't, little Bambi would starve. I love to recall two events, one a story which I can't attribute, but which is so novel it simply has to be true.

It seems the animal rights crowd was concerned with the deer population, and took a small herd to an island. Of course, the deer didn't prosper as well as hoped, but they got along. Either the same or a different group had another target to save, timber wolves. The bozos decided to put wolves on the "other side" (no joke) of the island. In two years they found only starving wolves.

The second event was being solicited on a highway in St. Louis by several people who were protesting puppy mills. Now think people. Where would you raise puppies? My comment to the solicitor, who looked like a middle aged school teacher, was "then what are you for, free range puppies?". She didn't get it, and unfortunately if you waste your time speaking to these people, you will find they are vapid.

Back to Reynolds.
"Nonetheless, the same strand of wishful thinking appears: perhaps this time, the cougars won't want to eat us. Some people, apparently, would rather be dinner than face up to the fact that nature is red in tooth and claw, and that -- in this fallen world, at least -- the lion lies down with the lamb only after the lamb's neck is broken. (Worse yet is the noxious strand of liberalism that suggests we somehow deserve to be dinner.)"

Wednesday, February 09, 2005

Rathergate: A Squandered Opportunity

Geoff Metcalf -
"A recent Gallup poll showed that, by almost three-to-one, Americans do not trust 'the press'.

A goodly amount of the commentary and punditry has been sparked by an unstated annoyance at Main Stream Media Bias and exacerbated by thinly veiled dislike for Dan Rather.

Some have prematurely hailed the 'death of big media', self inflicted mortal wounds that cannot and will not be healed. Maybe. maybe not!

Charles Krauthammer observed, 'This is not an isolated case. In fact the case is a perfect illustration of an utterly commonplace phenomenon: the mainstream media's obliviousness to its own liberal bias. Denial survives'"

What still gets to me is this. They don't get it. Do they really think by smiling into the camera and spinning out their left wing view of the world they are reaching anyone? Now we have the Eason Jordan issue at CNN. Jordan apparently made a statement that our military is "targeting" journalists. It's reported that even Barney Frank was dismayed when Jordan said this at the Davos "socialist's convention". What is happening to date? CNN is stonewalling calls to show the video. Sounds familiar?

What gets me is Rather, and I'm sure some of these leftards at CNN, are the same shitheels who pummelled Richard Nixon about the war and Watergate. Nixon was far from a saint, but remember this. He got us the HELL OUT of Vietnam. Who put us in? Kennedy and Johnson... and that human piece of whale refuse, Robert McNamara.

Tuesday, February 08, 2005

Armed Homes Are Safe Homes

Armed Homes Are Safe Homes - Doug Patton -
"John Lott is correct about guns and about gun control. Contrary to the hysteria put forth by the Left, including the so-called mainstream national media, it is absolutely true that more guns in the hands of law-abiding citizens equals less violent crime. "

Okay, once more into the breech. If any of you gun control zealots would take the time to check into the real statistics, you would find that gun control laws generate more crime. It only makes sense, common sense. There are BAD GUYS out there, whether we like it or not. They want to do BAD THINGS to GOOD PEOPLE. If the GOOD PEOPLE HAVE GUNS THE BAD GUYS WILL THINK TWICE.

Personally I prefer to be protected by a method that handles the problem at 1750 feet per second, rather than a Policeman who arrives at 70 miles an hour in 20 minutes. I've read a number of statistics on gun control. One that keeps cropping up, and which I don't doubt, is that Americans defend their life and property one millon or more times a year with handguns. Do the math, there are 280 million people in this nation, do 1 million events sound unlikely?

Under "gun control" these law abiding citizens would be robbed, and/or raped, and/or killed.

Monday, February 07, 2005

A Kennedy by Any Other Name ...

A Kennedy by Any Other Name is a Churchill - Frank Salvato -
"Today Kennedy claims the US military is mired in a tactical 'quagmire' just as loudly and illegitimately as he did in the 1960's when he was protesting his brother's war.

He is doing it for the same reasons as well, not because it is the truth but for political gain. His tired and unfounded conspiracy theories about how we came to be in Iraq established, Kennedy is now demanding that President Bush expose an 'exit strategy' for disengaging our troops from Iraq.

The two obvious eyebrow-raisers here are: 1) we all know our 'exit strategy' -- a stable, self-sufficient, democratic Iraq, and 2) publicizing our military strategies is definitely not a product of 'enlightened' thinking. Instead it is incredibly stupid. It gives our enemy information on just how long they have to hold out until they can be victorious.

If an award for incompetence in military strategy were created, Kennedy would be honored for lifetime achievement. He has never been on the winning side of any US conflict and has demonstrated a desire to aid the enemy with his rhetoric and obstructionism. Why in God's name should we ever listen to this man in matters of conflict?"

Emphasis mine. Bravo. The Churchill Salvato speaks of in his title is the traitor Ward Churchill from the University of Colorado. My thoughts on fat Teddy.

Sunday, February 06, 2005

Will Humans "PC" Themselves Out of Existence? - Sher Zieve -�

Sher Zieve:
"The only things, currently, standing in the way of the leftists' unrealistic and insufferable ideals are Christianity and Judaism. Apparently, the Left doesn't view Islam as a "real threat". This further supports my conclusion that the Left is not only unhinged but, inherently and inordinately dangerous. The Islamic terrorists will kill them just as swiftly and gleefully as they would any other group or individual. Wrapped tightly in its failed and destructive agendas, for too many decades, the Left either cannot comprehend or refuses to see its own inevitable demise by the hands of its alliance partner. And, as is the leftists' penchant, they will joyfully take the rest of us with them to our own termination.
To ensure the destruction of the non-believers (those who believe in God and democracy), the Left will continue with its new found incomparable tool, political correctness, as it drones its ever-present mantra: "It's better that we all die than make our destroyers feel badly about themselves!" Isn't it time to place these people back in "the home" and away from influencing the sane majority? You bet it is."
Emphasis Mine.

Saturday, February 05, 2005

Hillary at the State of the Union... She doesn't look too pleased. Could it be that she and her hubby, along with Fat Teddy and Bimbo Boxer have FUBAR the Democratic party??

Friday, February 04, 2005

John Kerry, Traitor or Liar, You Make the Call

MSNBC - Transcript for Jan. 30:
"SEN. KERRY: We were right on the border, Tim. What I explained to people and I told this any number of times, did I go into Cambodia on a mission? Yes, I did go into Cambodia on a mission. Was it on that night? No, it was not on that night. But we were right on the Cambodian border that night. We were ambushed there, as a matter of fact. And that is a matter of record, and we went into the rec-- you know, it's part of the Navy records. It's been documented by the other guys who were on my boat. And Steve Gardner, frankly, doesn't know where we were. It wasn't his job, and, you know, he wasn't involved in that. But we did go five miles into Cambodia. It was on another day. I jumbled the two together, but we were five miles into Cambodia. We went up on a mission with CIA agents--I believe they were CIA agents--CIA Special Ops guys. I even have some photographs of it, and I can document it. And it has been documented.
MR. RUSSERT: You'll release those photographs?
SEN. KERRY: I think they were shown. I gave them to the campaign, but...
MR. RUSSERT: And you have a hat that the CIA agent gave you?
SEN. KERRY: I still have the hat that he gave me, and I hope the guy would come out of the woodwork and say, 'I'm the guy who went up with John Kerry. We delivered weapons to the Khmer Rouge on the coastline of Cambodia.' We went out of Ha Tien, which is right in Vietnam. We went north up into the border. And I have some photographs of that, and that's what we did. So, you know, the two were jumbled together, but we were on the Cambodian border on Christmas Eve, absolutely.
MR. RUSSERT: Nixon was president-elect, not president, at that particular time. He wasn't sworn in until...
SEN. KERRY: In 1968, he wasn't sworn in yet.
Emphasis Mine. The words speak for themselves but consider them carefully. Read the whole transcript on the link if you must. Here is what you have to conclude:

One, John Kerry lied when he said he spent "Christmas in Cambodia" during the election. It has been strongly asserted that he lied by the Swiftboat Veterans, but he admits that he lied in this transcript. "No it was not on that night." He was maintaining it was Christmas (or Christmas Eve) in both his biography and on the Campaign trail. Okay so if we conclude he's a liar, and he's self promoting with this story, that is one thing.

Two, if he is telling the truth, that he "delivered weapons to the Khmer Rouge", he is a traitor. I don't know who the "CIA" guy was, but he wasn't on our side. The Khmer Rouge, for those who don't know, were Cambodian Communists. We were fighting the Communists in Viet Nam, and we did not, at any time I can discover, arm or provide assistance to the Cambodian Communists. Nixon later bombed Cambodia to stop the flow of arms down the Ho Chi Minh trail. The Khmer Rouge were later responsible for the "killing fields" in Cambodia, killing over one million of their fellow citizens.

Okay, you can figure this one out. It's beyond me why Kerry, this vacuous puff bag of a man, has gotten a pass from the Press (SMSM) so long. In the same interview at least Tim Russert pressed him to sign the DOD180 form to release all of his military records. Good for you Tim, a bit late, but good for you.

Will anyone in the Senate have the stones to investigate Kerry, and his activities in Paris with the North Vietnamese? Was he still a Naval Officer? Was it treason? Maybe we can get the Vietnamese to shed some light on this?

Thursday, February 03, 2005

So So Security

Well now, the President opened up a fine can of worms. He touched the "third rail" of politics, Social Security.

You know, "FDR's Legacy". (Note to Democrats and other Liberals, Socialists, or Communists -- FDR is DEAD. He died 60 years ago. Let this go...)

I was driving home from bowling (shot a 626), listening to the President, and thinking about how SS has effected my life. First, my Pop earned his, and has been receiving his stipend each month. My Mom, although I can't remember her working after they were married over forty five years ago, also receives hers. Good enough. They are both 80, and contributed mightily to this Country.

Now, I am 55, and I've worked since I was 15. 40 years. The present rate of FICA and Medicare is 7.45%, with the employer match .. 14.9%. I've contributed into FICA for 40 years. If I drove off the highway last night and killed myself (I didn't drink at bowling, but it was snowing), my family would get $255. I was paid twice in January and the amount deducted for that month was higher than the SS Death Benefit. Think about it.

In the meantime, while we fools are working, the Social Security Administration is busily doling out benefits, not only to retirees, but to drug addicts and lazy bums who never have and never will work a day in their lives. Do your own research if you don't believe me. While you are working, the politicians are buying votes with your money. (Only one problem, Democrats, the bums and addicts are too lazy or too high on election day to vote for your socialist asses)

I was in the financial business for years. If I offered an investment with the features of Social Security to my clients, I would be in the Big House.

This shell game must end. The discussion of the "Trust Fund" is tragically laughable. There is no "Trust Fund". Let's start to get out of this hole before the next generation has to take drastic action to protect themselves from us.

Wednesday, February 02, 2005

More "Justice" for Terrorists from Liberal Judges
"Islamofascists the world over now have a friend on the bench. Federal Judge Joyce Hens Green of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ruled yesterday that non-U.S. fighters (enemy combatants) can challenge their detention in U.S. courts. This means, of course, that Al-Qaeda Islamic terrorists who were captured killing Americans now get access to our judicial system. Nice going, Judge Green. By the way, would you like to know who appointed this judicial abomination to the bench? Naturally, none other than President Jimmy Carter. The damage from that 48-month disaster lives on."

Two Points:

One, the "non-U.S. fighters" are: A. Terrorist scum. B. Murderers and rapists and C. Not U.S. Citizens, so they should not be in our courts

LETS... Put them on a ship to sail them to Washington and drop them in the Caribbean for the sharks!

Two, Jimmy Carter is a booger eating disgrace. I haven't heard him comment on the Iraqi elections. Oh, I forgot, he only certifies the election of Communists and Dictators like Hugo Chavez in Venezuela.

Tuesday, February 01, 2005

Nuttin but Bill McClellan Sour Grapes?

Hey guys, check out this article. Does my buddy Bill seem bitter? Maybe the liberal skank can't drive and cut off the old guy? Maybe it has nothing to do with politics?