Saturday, June 30, 2007

Now Let it Lie.

It's over. It's done. Let it go. People don't want it. It's not feasable. It's unconstitutional. It was just plain wrong.

Don't Think it's Over Yet

Some common sense seems to still permeate in Congress, as the so-called fairness doctrine has its legs cut out from under it. Are prosthetics in the works? Because it's not over yet.

Is Hillary Guilty?

Reports are this could be the biggest election finance scandal in history. It appears that the criminal Clinton legacy lives on. The junior senator from New York may have her presidential hopes damaged if only the MSM would cover it. Who knows, she might end up just like her husband and come out of this even more popular...well, popular. This is a year old, folks. Where is the Gestapo on this...OOPS, I mean the liberal media?

Don't hold your breath, if Sandy Berger got away with it (Scooter who?) then Hillary is sure to
be made a hero of this.

Video proof:

Google Video has this

Here's more to sink your teeth into here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here & here.

Got history?
History's largest election fraud. History, but not apparently news worthy.

Check out the hits

Pus, was this ever addressed? Apparently not, she's still in the race. Then again, like I said, this will probably make her even more popular. Hmm, it looks like she's got more in common with The Sopranos than just a video.

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

I Just Found This Amusing...and Justice Served

I thought I'd pass along an email that was sent to me concerning a recent...let's say, doing away with a certain scumbag that killed a cop in Orlando, Florida. It's along the lines of when a marine in Iraq was asked what he felt when he shot insurgents, to which he answered, "Recoil."

From the Orlando (Florida) Sentinel:

As reported earlier this week, some dirtbag who got pulled over in a routine traffic stop in Florida ended up "executing" the deputy who stopped him. The deputy was shot eight times, including once behind his right ear at close range. Another deputy was wounded and a police dog killed.

A statewide manhunt ensued. The low-life was found hiding in a wooded area with his gun. SWAT team officers fired and hit the guy 68 times.

Now here's the kicker: Naturally, the media asked why they shot him 68 times. Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd told the Orlando Sentinel, "That's all the ammo we had."

I Can't Believe I Didn't Think of This

Rosie the Hypocrite

Well, well, well. Look at what showed up on Rosie O' Donut's own blog. In case you can't see clearly, yes that is a bandoleer across the chest of her daughter. I thought she was pro-American, anti-gun and all that. Will wonders never cease? I guess she was telling the truth when she said she doesn't believe American troops are terrorists, I guess she wants her own child labeled with that. Looks srangely like a photo still of an indoctrinated Lebanese or Syrian child, huh? Then again, after her nutter comments about the British soldiers kidnapped by Iran a couple of months back, you know when she defended the government of Iran, especially that of its puppet president, Mahmoud Ahmadinewhackjob, are you really surprised that she would pull her kid with her into the depths of insanity? Man, this chick(?) is gone!

Even more curious are some of the comments left on her blog by her deluded fans. Some of these people actually condone this picture, saying how "cute" or "adorable" her daughter, Vivi looks.

"Oh, WOW Vivi looks beautiful.! the fact that U let her explore her imagination like that shows what a good mom U R. In some countries though, they are training terrorists that young, how sad is that?"

How sad is that? Indeed.

Clearly, this woman (assuming that she is a woman) is a crackpot and is falling deeper and deeper into the abyss. Can't you just taste the hypocrisy? And CBS wanted this slob as Bob Barker's replacement? I'm all a-tingle with anticipation about how she will explain this one.

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Those Poor, Poor Detainees

As President Bush is considering closing down the Guantanamo Bay detention center (a proposal I vehemently oppose, by the way) let's take a look at what freed detainees, as well as someone that visited the center (Charlie Daniels) had to say about the conditions there, as well as their treatment at the hands of their American captors.

18 Afghans were released from detention in Cuba after 16 months of questioning in U.S. custody. They flew home and were held briefly in a Kabul jail. The Boston Globe reports that "nearly all of the former detainees enthusiastically praised the conditions at Guantanamo and expressed little bitterness about losing a year of their lives in captivity, saying they were treated better there than in three days in squalid cells in Kabul. None complained of torture during questioning or coerced confessions."

Sirajuddin, 24, a Kandahar taxi driver, said: ''The conditions were even better than our homes. We were given three meals a day – eggs in the morning and meat twice a day; facilities to wash, and if we didn't wash, they'd wash us; and there was even entertainment with video games.''

"There is no need to lie," Sayed Abasin, 21, told the Chicago Tribune. "I'm telling you the facts. They treated us very well." His record from Cuba shows he was seen 37 times by the Gitmo medical staff, for everything from knee pain to sinusitis.

The freed detainees said they were allowed to pray five times daily, exercise and were given books written in Pashtu. Upon their release, as parting gifts, the Afghan men received new shirts, jeans, tennis shoes and gym bags (to carry their Korans).

Subject: Cuba Naval Air Station

You don't have to be a fan of singer Charlie Daniels to appreciate his story.

I've just returned from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Naval Air Station base where we did three shows for the troops and toured several locations around the post visiting with some of the finest military personnel on planet earth. The kids seemed to really enjoy the shows and especially liked "This Ain't No Rag, It's A Flag" and "In America". We had a great time with them.

We saw Camp X-Ray, where the Taliban detainees are being held, only from a distance, but I picked up a lot of what's going on there from talking with a lot of different people. The truth of the matter is that this operation is under a microscope. The Red Cross has an on site presence there and watches everything that goes on very closely.

The media is not telling you the whole truth about what's going on over there. The truth is that these scum bags are not only being treated humanely, but they are probably better off health wise and medically than they've ever been in their lives. They are fed well, able to take showers and receive state-of-the-art medical care, and have their own Muslim chaplain. I saw several of them in a field hospital ward where they were being treated in a state of the art medical facility.

Now let's talk about the way they treat our people. First of all, they have to be watched constantly. These people are committed and wanton murderers who are willing to die just to kill someone else. One of the doctors told me that when they had Taliban in the hospital the staff had to really be careful with needles, pens and anything else which could possibly be used as a weapon. They also throw their excrement and urine on the troops who are guarding them. And our guys and gals have shown great restraint in not retaliating.

We are spending over a million dollars a day maintaining and guarding these nasty killers and anyone who wants to see them brought to the U.S.A. for trial is either out of their heads or a lawyer looking for money and notoriety. Or both.

I wish that the media and the Red Cross and all the rest of the people who are so worried about these criminals would realize that this is not a troop of errant Boy Scouts. These are killers of the worst kind. They don't need protection from us, we need protection from them.

If you don't get anything else out of this soapbox, please try to realize that when you see news coverage much of the time you're not getting the whole story, but an account filtered through a liberal mindset with an agenda. We have two fights on our hands, the war against terror and the one against the loudmouthed lawyers and left wing media who would sap the strength from the American public by making us believe that we're losing the war or doing something wrong in fighting it.

Remember, these are the same people who told us that Saddam Hussein's Republican guard was going to be an all but invincible enemy and that our smart bombs and other weapons were not really as good as the military said that they were. They also took up for Bill Clinton while he was cavorting around the Oval office with Monica Lewinsky while the terrorists were gaining strength and bombing our Embassies and dragging the bodies of dead American heroes around the dusty streets of Somalia.

It's a shame that we can't have an unbiased media who would just report the truth and let us make up our own minds. Here I must commend Fox News for presenting both sides much better than the other networks. They are leaving the other cable networks in the dust. People like being told the truth.

Our military not only needs but deserves our support. Let's give it to them. The next time you read a media account about the bad treatment of the Taliban in Cuba, remember what I told you. Been there done that.

Footnote: I got an e-mail from a rather irate first cousin of mine the other day who has a daughter who's a lawyer and she seemed to think that I was painting all lawyers with the same brush. Please understand that I'm not doing that at all. That would be like saying that all musicians were drug addicts.There are a lot of good and honest attorneys out there. I happen to have one of them, but it seems that they never get any air time. It's always the radicals who get their opinions heard; who fight the idea of the military tribunals and cite The Constitution and the integrity of America as their source of justifying their opinions. Well, first of all The Constitution says "We the people of the United States," it doesn't mention any other country. And secondly as far as integrity is concerned, I don't think some of these folks would know integrity if it bit them in the posterior.

What do you think?

God Bless America.
Charlie Daniels

Maybe the likes of Michael Moore and Cindy Sheehan should actually step inside the facility (preferably as inmates) instead of visiting their buddies Castro and Chavez, before they run their mouths about something they clearly have no idea about.

Hey, Goracle...

Some more bad news fer ya, buddy:

Thanks to Conservababes for the heads up.

Spanking the Peanut Farmer

I'm sure anybody with half a brain is sick and tired of the worst president in history spewing his anti-semetic, terrorist-supporting diatribe. Does anybody but the far-left really take this peanut farmer seriously any more, besides the ratings killer, Katie Couric and the flag-burning Meredith Vieira? This guy is a disgrace. I never thought he could do worse out of office than he did in it. He's getting more and more irellevant every time he opens his mouth and puts pen to paper.

Leave it to Wolf Blitzer to try and cover for him.

If I Wasn't Clear Enough Before

Media...for the love of God, enough already. WE DON"T CARE!!!

The Last Straw

I've had enough. I can't understand why President Bush is so adamant about this amnesty bill of his. I mean, when I learned that he was cutting a deal with Congressional democrats, especially with Ted *hic* Kennedy, probably the most liberal of liberals, I thought he might have started drinking again. You do realize that over half of Congress not only doesn't know what's in this fiasco the Bush/Kennedy alliance (I still can't believe I actually have to put those words together) but about 2/3 of them haven't even bother to read it. Then again, would you bother to read something that resembles a phone book?

I, along with half of America, let out a sigh of relief when it was voted down the first time, with both Republicans and Democrats. But now as I read the headlines this morning, it has found a second life. I honestly didn't think we would see another incarnation of this thing. Give the President credit, when he sets his sights on something he wants, he just won't let go.
But with this being just so wrong for the future of the country, heck for the continent in so many ways, I just can no longer (other than the War on Terror) defend this man's actions any longer. Come to think of it, other than the fight against Islamo-fascism, I don't think I have.

Let's see: the Dubai/UAE ports debacle-stupid.
Harriet Myers-nominating someone for the Supreme Court with absolutely no experience as a judge-WTF?
Listening to Rumsfeld (who I still like) and not putting enough troops into Iraq to begin with-D'OH!
Disbanding the Iraqi army-not to prudent (to steal a line from 41)
Falling in line with the global whining hysteria crowd-political points (if any)
Not getting on TV each and every week to talk to the American people about the many progresses being made in the war, and for that matter, not asking Americans to sacrifice for it's effort. Also, why don't conservatives get together and buy a movie studio to counter the liberal crap and lies coming out of Hollyweird for the last 40 years?
Now this.
By the way, if you think I'm going to condemn him for the Alberto Gonzales/attorney general firings...forget it, it's been much ado about nothing from the beginning. Again, look at Clinton/Reno before you start casting stones. Moreover, if you think for one nano-second that I believe a democrat in the White House would ease my fears and/or tensions on these subjects and others, get your head checked. So don't start declaring ideological victory.

A vote on Thursday, then a Senate and House debate, amendments, another vote and although it probably will be unrecognizable as it stands today, it's still amnesty.
Come to America, break the law and get rewarded for it.

But for those of you that will undoubtedly be shocked by these statements, he still has done good things (i.e. progress in Iraq, the economy (every other day it seems I hear the Dow Jones at an all-time high, raising the success of black small business owners-the highest of any pesident by the way, etc, etc. Go ahead and chuckle, it's true) despite this bill, he does stand by his convictions on what he believes is right. So don't go thinking I'm all of a sudden "anti-Bush". I may no longer defend him on everything, but I still support him.

Monday, June 25, 2007

Today in History

I guess I should have posted this first, but I thought I'd try something new and at the same time, on one subject in particular, correct the record for a lot of people.

First off, and this is the topic I'd like to set the record straight on, is this is the 131st anniversary of the Battle of Little Big Horn between the Sioux Indian nation and the 7th Calvary led by Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer. Everyone assumes that Custer was this rouge soldier that defied the rules and went on a rampage slaughtering innocent women and children. On the contrary, Custer was a national hero for years after the Civil War and was one of the main reasons the North won it. It was he and his strategy, along with his superior skills in battle, that was able to defeat the forces of Jeb Stuart at the Battle of Gettysburg, thus turning the tide for the Union. In fact it was President Ulysses S. Grant that handed the flag of the Union to Custer at the surrender ceremonies, to honor the Brigadier General (all high-ranking officers were busted down due to the expansion of the army out west) for his efforts and accomplishments, despite the fact that Grant was not a fan of Custer personally, to say the least.

It wasn't until the unresearched liberal movie, "Little Big Man" starring Dustin Hoffman (that little weasel) that came out in 1970 that made him what he is today in the hearts and minds of the uninformed and uneducated. The fact is, any and all malfeasance committed by Custer was not only misrepresented, but was on orders of his immediate superiors, if not from President Grant himself. What most people don't know is that Custer himself was not all that pleased with the treatment of the natives, especially after the treaties he made with them. He was most certainly opposed to the disease-riddled blankets given to the indians as well as spoiled food, such as rotten vegetables and especially bad meat. He is on record protesting as much for anyone willing to research it.

Many re-creations have been made about Little Big Horn and the events leading up to it, most of them pure fiction, Hollywood-style. Aside from the aforementioned Hoffman fiasco, there is also the television movie, "Son of the Morning Star" which although was more historically accurate that "Little Big Man" was not altogether solid. However, the one re-enactment than boiled my lobster the most was an episode of "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" starring Jane Seymour. In one scene the U.S. Calvary rode into town and the citizens began to throw rotten tomatoes and lettuce at Custer and his men. This is so inane it's almost laughable if it wasn't so insulting. The fact is when you live in a expansion town in the old west, surrounded by savages, and contrary to popular liberal belief, that's exactly what the indians of the time were, you were damn glad when you saw government representatives come to town, especially the army and in particular a division of the army led by the hero of the Civil War. Pathetic. His whole story really needs to be corrected and updated.

Also on this day...
-in 1950, war broke out in Korea as forces from the communist North invaded the South.
-In 1788, the state of Virginia ratified the U.S. Constitution.
-In 1942, some 1,000 British Royal Air Force bombers raided Bremen, Germany, during World War II.
-In 1951, the first commercial color telecast took place as CBS transmitted a 55-minute special from New York to four other cities.
-In 1996, a truck bomb killed 19 Americans and injured hundreds at a U.S. military housing complex in Saudi Arabia.
-In 1967, the Beatles performed their new song "All You Need Is Love" during a live international telecast.
-In 1973, former White House Counsel John W. Dean began testifying before the Senate Watergate Committee.
This is another state of affairs I must comment on. Now, let me be clear; I don't condone the cover-up of Nixon on the Watergate front, but I do not believe he was "a crook" as he himself stated. For those who don't know, he was not the worst president in history. Yes, he deserved to be impeached for lying to the American people (much like Clinton, but unlike Slick Willy, Nixon at least had the good fortitude to resign) but he also opened up China for business and he stopped four different wars in Africa. No president has done the same since. But as for Dean, do any of you know, despite the usual love-offerings of the liberal press heaped upon whistle-blowers, that when Nixon wanted to come clean over Watergate (which he had nothing to do with before the fact) Dean was the one who persuaded him to do otherwise, stating in effect that "the American people would not understand and would hate you."
Then to save his own backside, he ratted out Nixon. And Dean is a media darling to this day.
-Oceanographer Jacques-Yves Cousteau died in Paris at age 87.
-One year ago: Palestinian militants kidnapped an Israeli soldier, Corporal Gilad Shalit, after tunneling under the border and attacking a military post, killing two other soldiers. An al-Qaida-linked group posted a Web video showing the killings of three Russian Embassy workers who'd been abducted in Iraq; a statement from the group said a fourth worker had also been slain.

This was kind of interesting and fun for me. Maybe I'll do this more often.

Violence Does Not Mean Failure

From Amy Proctor - Bottom Line Up Front

70% of Baghdad is secure
Reconstructing is flourishing, including schools, hospitals, neighborhood facilities (take your pick), courthouses and telecommunication centers.
77% of Iraqis feel safe in their neighborhoods
77% of Iraqis feel safe in their neighborhoods.
Almost 60% of Iraqis have confidence in the Iraqi Government to improve the situation.
50% of Iraqis feel confident that the Iraqi government can protect their families.
Economic Indicators show that for 2007 the economy will grow by over 10% and that the non-oil sectors will grow by approximately 7%.
Unemployment is only at 17.6% in Iraq, a WAR ZONE.
Over 3.7 million Iraqis receive meals and assistance.
“The people of Iraq are beginning to reject al Qaeda and other extremists that continue to foment this violence They are reaching out to coalition forces, but more importantly, they are beginning to reach out to the government of Iraq.” - LT GEN Odierno
The Iraqi Army is taking the lead in Iraq.

Of course the talking points and instinctive denials from the left will try to combat this. Every week-kneed liberal from Harry Reid ("the war is lost") to Chris "I'm tired of guys who own f****n' ranches running th country" Matthews to that "monkey posing as a journalist" Keith Olberloon. Did you know any of this? Any mainstream coverage? Keep looking and good luck with that.

Saturday, June 23, 2007

Didn't I Mention This Before?

Once again, while every America-hating liberal loves to espouse about how President Bush has destroyed the country's international reputation, that was supposedly built by Bill Clinton, and that every world leader wants to avoid Bush and his policies like the plague, it seems that once again (like I said) the facts (that liberals also avoid like the plague) say otherwise.

This article in NewsMax magazine seems to back up my sentiments.

With allies in Canada, Germany, Australia, Iraq, Kuwait, Japan, the Philippines, Great Britain and now France (if you can believe that one) you have not only the strongest military and economic countries on the globe (not to mention the most influential) on your side, try to convince me that Bush is hated and/or disrespected world-wide. You see, this is how the mind of the liberal works, they can't deal with the fact that history, not to mention common sense, has proven and continues to prove them wrong day after day, week after week, month after month, year after year, decade after decade on every major social and economic factor that there is. When they are faced with this inconvenience, they simply attack the messenger, call you a liar (and probably a fascist, racist, homophobe, xenophobe, nazi, take your pick) or they simply pretend it never existed in the first place; much like, oh I don't know, how the democrats wanted to keep slavery legal and succeed from the Union until Andrew Jackson threatened to hang them for treason (hello Hollywood, Michael Moore) in the process delaying the Civil War for approximately 20 years and Abraham Lincoln went to war against.

Once, just once, I'd like to see a lib admit they don't know what the hell they're talking about.

Friday, June 22, 2007

Do They Feel Threatened by a Market-Driven Product?

Check this out. It appears Hillary is practicing her role as a socialist dictator along with Baba Boxer. You know Blinky-blinky Pelosi will try to rush through any legislation to help her liberal cronies any way she can. The most ethical Congress in history? Uh-huh. They just can't seem to handle the fact that it's the people that drive the ratings for talk-radio. Again, this is why Air America went bankrupt, no one wants to hear their liberal drivel and far-left hatred. Sean Hannity also comments on it. I can't believe Trent Lott's recent comments on the topic. Then again, he lost me with his "America could have avoided all these problems" comment at Strom Thurman's birthday celebration back in 2002. Although his comments were unacceptable, they just may have been made that much more tolerable when Al Gore, the king of hypocrisy, opened his mouth about it.

Still, do liberals have a problem with liberal-dominated television and movies? They either fail to see or downright deny that more people a) watch t.v. and movies more than listen to the radio and b) they are more influential on popular culture. It appears the evil, right-wing FOX News is the only network that even comes close to being balanced in their commentary-see Hannity & Colmes, one conservative, one liberal. CNN did have that until they decided to axe "Crossfire". I mean, do they have to run everything? They already have under their thumb, television, Hollywood, most colleges and universities, newspapers and magazines. What else do they want to own and still lose the hearts and minds of America? What will it take to for it to sink in that most people don't want to hear their crap?

There's also this. It doesn't tell us anything new. Of course talk-radio is dominated by conservatives. That's because they do it right (pardon the pun) I tell you, the sky will fall before liberals admit to the entertainment and news genres being dominated by "we'll force it down your throat" liberal views. I don't remember the big fuss in the 80s and 90s when all was well in the land of Liberalville. Throw in a little competition and let the free-market decide, and all of a sudden changes must be made.

UPDATE: The denials begin
So does the sticking to the story
...Although, three years ago IS a long way from "the other day".
See the libs whine for yourself about all this

Bet You Haven't Seen This Anywhere Else

I may be wrong, but I haven't seen any other of the major news networks (apart from the evil, bias shills for the Republican paty that is Fox News and CBS -from which this is lifted) report this. In fact if it wasn't for Amy Proctor's "Bottom Line Up Front" I wouldn't have known about it.
"Oh, it's just propaganda to make the murdering, raping mercenaries who call themselves marines look good," the far-left whackos will say (in fact they already have)

From the above host's commentary area:
"The U.S. turns Iraq into a poverty-stricken failed state, creates hundreds of thousands of orphans there, most likely at least a million counting from when Bush Sr got the U.S. involved in Iraq — to the present, and then goes to an orphanage and makes themselves look like the good guys.
Can the U.S. bring back the Iraqi orphans’ parents that they killed? That might help matters." -Anonymous (of course)

Also, here is some more "propaganda" and lies (according to Harry Reid) about progress from the surge. Now, I'm not saying the surge will completely work (although I believe it will) but for the love of God and the troops, give it a chance, a real chance and report when good things happen. I'm turning blue here.
By the way, the troop build-up has just completed. It HAS NOT been fully implemented for four or five months already, as I've seen in many reports.

Progress report? Well, he won't give a full one until September (remember that Dems? when Reid, Pelosi, Murtha and company said they would wait until then before making any real serious decisions on the matter?)
General David Patraeus says we can win the war. Here's there, all the time, you know? Not just for two or three days, walking around the "green zone" listening to what NYT and al Jazeera reporters are telling them. He's actually been around the place, ya know?

Thursday, June 14, 2007

Getting Better All the Time

These clips are a few weeks old (or more) and I know I may do this too much without personal comments either following or preceding them, but I just had to post these. You should be used to it by now.
Plus, I think these speak for themselves.

The Pendulum Swings Both Ways

Well it appears that even Michael Moore's high school friends know he's a complete and utter fraud. Check out this trailor of a new Moore debunking film, "Shooting Michael Moore" by someone who knows him pretty well. His name is Kevin Leffler. Sorry I can't embed it, Qube TV doesn't have that option right now. There's also another film by two Canadian filmakers-and liberal ones at that-a husband and wife team from Toronto entitled, "Manufacturing Dissent". They claimed to be big Moore fans until they researched him thoroughly. You can read the story here. Don't forget about Larry Elder's own documentary, "Michael and Me". We're coming after you Mikey.

Give It Up Al

More disapointing news for the Goracle and his minions that they'll just ignore anyway.

Old News That Seems To Be Forgotten...Or Denied

The clip is from an ABC report from October of last year. The same network had reported about the Saddam/bin Laden connection in Jan. 1999. I'm astonished they would even give it a first look, nevermind a follow-up. Not that this has anything to due with their ratings today, but it's reports of this nature that will keep them at #1 in the ratings ahead of Brian Williams and company as well as Katie "I love Jimmy Carter and I don't care who knows it" Couric.

ABC News (January 14, 1999) - “Saddam Hussein has a long history of harboring terrorists. Carlos the Jackal, Abu Nidal, Abu Abbas, the most notorious terrorists of their era, all found shelter and support at one time in Baghdad. Intelligence sources say bin Laden’s long relationship with the Iraqis began as he helped Sudan’s fundamentalist government in their efforts to acquire weapons of mass destruction.”

“ABC News has learned that in December [1998], an Iraqi intelligence chief, named Farouk Hijazi, now Iraq’s ambassador to Turkey, made a secret trip to Afghanistan to meet with bin Laden. Three intelligence agencies tell ABC News they cannot be certain what was discussed, but almost certainly, they say, bin Laden has been told he would be welcome in Baghdad.”

First, WMDs are found in Iraq (deny it all you want) now a bin Laden connection with Hussein, aka an Iraq-al Queda connection. The silence of the libs and the MSM is deafening.
Are appologies forthcoming? Nah.

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

More Censorship From the Libs

It appears that since the Democrat Congress can't get the ball rolling with their so-called "Fairness Doctrine" (which, like I said, wouldn't be an issue if liberals had an audience on their irrelevent radio talk shows) the'll just do it the old fashioned way, fascist censorship.
Have you noticed no lib has cried foul about Hugo Chavez shutting down an opposition television station? Monkey see, monkey do, I guess.
Their going after Rush and Hannity again. Whiners.

UPDATE: Apparent backlash.

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Could Anybody Have Said It Better?

Dennis Miller is quickly becoming a favourite of mine. If you haven't heard his radio show on Westwood One, you should, he's very good. He's not a typical conservative (he's a self-described "librtarian") that liberals love to hate and berate without realy knowing where he's coming from. He's not a hawk by any means, although he does support the War on Terror. He's also quite elequent in his rants (as he himself would call them) and is down on Bush when necessary. I love his baseball analogy on the war. A few weeks back, a caller asked him the typical liberal question to conservatives about the war and what is victory or when do we think we should leave. Miller responded by saying that you can't look at this like a football or hockey game where there is a predetermined time limit. You have to look at it like a baseball game, it'll be over when we win. Beautiful.

Anyways, take a look at what he had to say about Senator Harry Reid. It's funny because it's true.

Wednesday, June 06, 2007

These Are the People That Let You Sleep at Night.

It's June 6. Sixty-three years ago today, tyranny, oppression, and mass genocide saw the beginning of their end when they were defeated (in Europe) by the men and women of the Allied Forces in 1944. Nothing's changed, these are the same brave and selfless defenders of freedom that are in Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Korea, et al that defend our freedoms if we either can't or don't want to.

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