Monday, January 28, 2008

McCain Can't Unite the Base

When Fred Thompson dropped out of the presidential race and didn't support anyone, I wasn't surprised. Rumor was he was going to throw his support towards his "friend" John McCain. Well there's a reason Thompson was the only true conservative in the race. But now the primaries tell us we can't have him in the white House (the fools) unless of course he gets the tap for V.P.

But as for McCain, when the enemy rag that is the New York Times comes out in support of you, you have to know your chances of winning the Republican presidential nomination are slim and none. Or least they should be. But that's exactly what happened. So even though he may be in the lead nationally right now, I feel it's bye-bye Johnny.
Although he is a true patriot, a pro-lifer, a war hero, has the most integrity out of all the candidates in either party and has a conservative rating of about 80 per cent and was seemingly the only Republican to support and be right about the surge (including the call for Donald Rumsfeld's dismissal, I doubt he'll get the support of conservative Republicans.


1)Obviously the fact that he didn't support Bush's tax cuts, even though his reasons were admirable; too much spending in Bush's proposal. Still, he was looked at as not a Republican team player and made a lot of reps angry about that one.

2) He stood side-by-side with Ted *hic* Kennedy, Russ Feingold on campaign reform, and and collaborated with Diane Fienstein and the Gang of 14 on immigration "reform", essentially advocating amnesty. But then again, so did Reagan. Still, the public back-lashed on that one. He may have "heard the people" but when your running for the highest office in the land, people don't forget things like that.

3) He has the support of Ted Kennedy (again-yikes) and the New York Times. 'Nuff said.

4) He has the support of Bill Clinton(if Clinton were to pick an opponent for his wife) saying,
"She and John McCain are very close. They always laugh that if they wound up being the nominees of their party, it would be the most civilized election in American history, and they're afraid they'd put the voters to sleep because they like and respect each other."
If Willy is right, I can see McCain totally pandering to his "good friend" Hillary and making the Republican party collectively pull their hair out. I mean working with members od the other party is always a good idea, that's how things get done and satisfy most people, I guess. But to give in to a socialist radical? Tsk-tsk John.

5) Even his own mother says he can't get it together. Although she did follow that up saying, the Republican party will "hold its nose" and vote for a man that has often defied his party.

Of course, I could be wrong. And let's hope I am. I mean afterall, Reagan reached across the isle once or twice himself. Tip O'Neil ring a bell?

Yeeah, Not a Good Idea

So President Bush wants to hand out $150 billion in taxpayer money in an attempt to stimulate the economy in light of the housing shortage ( I balk at actually calling it a "crisis") rising gas prices (get used to that folks) under the title of Economic Stimulus Package.
The rebates will depend on your actual annual income. Here it is in a nutshell. Great. Excellent. a pretty good idea to wars off what looks like an oncoming recession, right?

Well, maybe not.

First off, the simple fact that both Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid are all smiles about this should immediately raise red flags.
Second, along with the media's help, these three have most people convinced that this is "free money" with no strings attached.
With the country already in a huge debt, handing out $100 billion to individuals and families and $50 billion to businesses, what Bush and his "friends of the moment" are doing is borrowing against the debt and taking money out of the pockets of America's children and their economic future. This, with social security already teetering on the brink. Doing this while smiling like the cat who just swallowed the canary along with of all people Pelosi and Reid? Not very conservative-like, huh?

Plus, not everybody who pays taxes will recieve a rebate. Even worse, lots of lucky stiffs who don't even pay taxes will also recieve a gift. Undoubtedly, a lot of lucky recipients will recieve more than they deserve, even if they did file.

This puts me in the frame of mind about the so-called "free" Canadian health care system. except that you usually have to pay a co-payment, wait up to eight hours to see the triage nurse, never mind a doctor. That is after you wade through every single family member that some immigrant brouight with him or her because I guess they want the whole family to see what "free" healthcare looks like, something I assume they have never had or seen.

Anyways, Mr. President; bad idea.

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Islamists Are the Sith

I know this comparison, in all probability, has been made before, but think about it, if our world today existed in that galaxy far, far away Islamist extremists would be the Sith.


Look at it this way. Anakin Skywalker is represented in our society by the young, university-going youth of today who are being indoctrinated by the leftist, terror-supporting apologists who are most of today's university and college professors (with tenure, good luck in trying to get rid of them) that who are in turn represented by Supreme Chancellor/Emperor Palpatine. The Jedi, on the other hand are represented by the Armed Forces of the United States and Canada (along with all the conservative authors and radio show hosts that are trying to wake everyone else up) henceforth will collectively be called, "America".

Just watch Episode III: Revenge of the Sith and simply replace the word "Sith" with the word "Islamist" and the word "Jedi" with "America" and you'll see what I mean.

For example:

"[Usama bin Laden] will run and hide as he always does. He is a coward." -Mace Windu

"The oppression of the [Islam] will never return!" -Mace Windu

Of course, in their infinite delusion and twisted logic, the Islamists would say,
"Once more [Islam] will rule the [world] and we shall have...peace." -Emperor Palpatine

You could say that President Bush and any president that has the moral fortitude to follow through with the War on Terror may say,
"Only a [Muslim extremist] deals in absolutes. I will do what I must." -Obi Wan Kenobi


"At an end your rule is. And not short enough it was." -Yoda

Anakin Skywalker (again, representing the brain-washed university/college crowd)
"I should have known [America] was trying to take over!"

Obi Wan Kenobi (representing basically anyone with common sense)
Anakin, [Usama bin Laden] is evil!"

"From my point of view [America] is evil."

"Well then you are lost!"

Or how about from Episode II: Attack of the Clones, when the character Klieg Lars (Anakin's step-father) speaking about the kidnapping of Schmi Skywalker (Anakin's mother) by the Tusken Raiders? He could very well have been talking about Islamo-fascists.

"Those [Islamists] walk like men, but they're vicious, mindless monsters." -Klieg Lars

By the way, Schmi died from being tortured to death. It's also interesting to note that both the Tuskens and the Islamists reside in the desert.

Let me be clear on this (of course I and every other right-winger have to say this to predicate our points on a regular basis so the politically-correct whiners of the left won't fall to pieces...hmm, then again)
Anyways, it must be stated that not all Muslims are to be encompassed by this comparison. Although when all these Christians are being tortured and killed everyday all over the world by hard-line Islamists and launching unprovoked attacks against Israel and these so-called "moderate" Muslims are "enraged" by that, it kind of makes you wonder huh?
Then again, there are the brave Muslims that do stand up (although not enough of them) like the ones supporting Michael Savage in his recent lawsuit against C.A.I.R. and why that terror-supporting organization has lost approximately 20,000 members and supporters within the last year alone.

People are waking up. Not the phantom "moderate" Muslims, but true Muslims that sincerely love America. But unfortunately even they only account for approximately 18 per cent of Muslim Americans. Out of that 18 per cent, only six per cent said they would fight for America against a Muslim country.

Another SW reference of sorts, this time pertaining to The Empire Strikes Back, George Lucas said of the character, Lando Calrissian, played by Billy Dee Williams, that (after selling out his friend Han Solo)
by the way) the more he joins in on the things he does; the worse the situation keeps getting...he realizes he's on "By ignoring his responsibility, by making a pact with the devil, he's not going to win. It's going to get worse and worse for him. The more he appeases Darth Vader (not Dick Cheney) he realizes he's on a route he can't get out of."

Doesn't that sound exactly like what Neville Chamberlain did with Hitler, and exactly what will happen if America negotiates with the enemy? Just like what Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama or John Edwards want to do?

I don't know. was George Lucas trying to covertly say something about our own world without having to worry about his own liberal Hollywood friends coming down on him?

Nah, probably not. But who knows? The unconscious mind is a mysterious thing.

By the way, if you haven't seen or missed The Family Guy's homage to Star Wars; it's now on DVD, entitled, "Blue Harvest" (the original production title of Return of the Jedi) go and rent it. Better yet, buy it and love it forever. It's totally awesome!

The Fifth Column

For those of you that are unaware of the universities and colleges in the United States and Canada that are unashamedly and overtly indoctrinating students to turn against their own country's institutions, their parents, military, traditions and history by those same institutions own faculty and the non-reporting and indeed ad vocation of it by the cowardly media, read the following and heed these words carefully.

For the past 20-plus years the apologists, appeasers, and allies of the Islamo-fascists that have taken root on our own shores have gone unabated and with total disregard for their own nations' safety, liberty and history of good and decency.

The media and the rest of the ignorant asked after the horrors of September 11, 2001, how and why did this happen?
It happened, certainly not because of what leftist propaganda merchants would have you believe. You know the old lines: because we're in Iraq (or the Middle East in general) because we support Israel, because of American imperialism, or the old favourite, because of oil.
It happened because of one simple reason, because they hate us. Don't give me that root cause crap either, that is the root cause. They do hate our freedoms, they do hate our liberty, they do hate tolerance of all religions.

After the cowardly attacks of 9/11 is when the real damage was done. That is when our youth were told and taught we were to blame for it. We were terrorists, aggressors and oppressors.
How did this happen? How did we go from having children, alongside their parents, flying American/Canadian flags and celebrating our troops on Veteran's Day and proudly celebrating the freedom and history of America on Independence Day?
Aside from political correctness gone amuck, this is how: the teachings of Wahhabism and the lie of "America is evil". But how and when did they start believing in such nonsense? Well, the genesis of it all started around 1958, that's when the U.S. Department of Education instituted a program called Title VI of the National Defense Education Act. Title VI was the Language Development section of the NDEA.
It was meant to "ensure manpower of sufficient quality and quantity to meet the national defense needs of the United States."
Along with a plethora of "language centers" such as the National Resource Center (NRC) Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships (FLASF) and the International Research and Studies (IRS) Title VI is used today by wahhabists and other enemies of freedom and tolerance to destroy our nations from within.
Remember, what befell the Roman and Greek empires- the first and longest-lasting republics in history? They were destroyed not by a foreign army (at least not at first) but from appeasers and traitors within.

This is now how both foreign haters of America that have managed to infiltrate its education system and allow American-born socialists, liberals and leftist supporters and general haters of their own country, under the protection of America's own laws-particularly the constitution and political correctness (aka social paranoia) have been able to facilitate their traitorous and ignorant tendencies.

No one country has facilitated and moreover funded Islamist fundamentalist dogma more than Saudi Arabia, our so-called "allies".

The House of Saud has spent approximately $70 billion (a literal drop in the petrol bucket) the world over to spread wahhabism to ensure anti-Americanism and anti-Israel hatred.

According to the Middle East Quarterly:
"There is plenty of evidence for the MSA's (Muslim Student Association) strident advocacy of the Saudi-style Wahabbi interpretation of Islam."
Hamid Algar of the University of California writes in "Wahhabism: A Critical Essay",.

"Some Muslim-student organizations have functioned at times as Saudi--supported channels for the propagation of wahhabism abroad, especially in the United States...Particularly in the 1960s and 1970s, no criticism of Saudi Arabia would be tolerated at he annual conventions of the MSA. The organization has, in fact, consistently advocated theological and political positions derived from radical Islamist organizations, including the Muslim Brotherhood and Jamaati Islam."

If that weren't enough, author and survivor of Islamic terror in the 1980s Lebanon Civil War, Brigitte Gabriel, writes in her book, "Because They Hate" about Islamic apologist, John L. Esposito, a professor of religion of international affairs and of Islamic studies at Georgetown University. He wrote in his book, "Unholy War, Terror in the Name of Islam",

The Wahhabi religious vision or brand of a strict puritanical faith that emphasizes literal interpretation of Quran and "Sunmah" (example) of the Prophet Mohamed and the absolute oneness of God...Anything the Wahhabis perceive as un-Islamic behavior constituted unbelief (kufur) in their eyes, which must be countered by jihad. This jihad or holy war was not simply permissible: to fight the unbelievers and re-establish a true Islamic state was required.

Exactly how much money is being poured into North American universities and colleges in the name of wahhabism? According to source material:

$20 million to set up a Middle eastern studies program by Saudi King Faud at the University of Arkansas; $5 million to UC Berkley by two Saudi shaikhs with ties to al Queda, $22.5 million to Harvard and $28.1 million to Georgetown, $11 million to Cornell, $5 million to MIT, $1.5 million to Texas A&M, $1 million to Princeton. Rutgers and Columbia each received a $5 million chair endowment. Columbia was apparently caufgt trying to conceal not only the monies received, but the source of it.
However, that's not all the recipients of Saudi hate money. There's still UC Santa Barbara, John Hopkins University, Rice University, Syracuse University, Howard University and others.

These endowments give traitor professors and so-called intellectuals the means under the protection of their version of free speech, as well as being protected by so-called civil rights organizations such as C.A.I.R. and the ACLU. They are then free to use dawah (persuasion and reason) to perpetuate their taqiyya (big lie) on their young, unsuspecting victims.

If all this wasn't enough, Title VI not only pays the salaries of these professors and their Saudi allies of deception, it also supports Saudi "mercenaries" on these university and college campuses.
These mercenaries are actually student activists that are trained overseas in the summer to learn terrorist tactics, then return in the fall to institute their newly learned "skills". Thus, more and more anti-American and anti-Israel doctrine is spread, and nothing is being done about it. People think that it can't happen here, Well, I assure you it is and has been for some time.

Because They Hate. Brigitte Gabriel. p.159-162, 176-177. St. Martins Press. New York. 2006.

Office of Post-Secondary Education, http:11165.224.220.253/about/offices/list/ope/iegps/title-six.html

Saudis Behaving Badly. National Review Online. Joel Mowbary. December 20, 2002. http://

Wahhabism:State-Sponsored Extremism Worldwide.

Unholy War: Terror in the Name of Islam. John Esposito. Oxford University Press. Oxford, UK. 2003.

Jane Glickman, public affairs officer with U.S. Dept. of Education. Interview with Lee Kaplan. Front Page Magazine. September 4, 2003.

Harvard's Inner Struggle: Accuracy in Academia. George Livadas. June 6, 2002.

Saturday, January 05, 2008

Liberals Smear in Canada Too

I have recently realized that I have been slacking off on my Canadian political news recently (actually a lot) and since I'm Canadian myself (bet you didn't know that-you should have if you've been paying attention as a regular reader...and your all regular readers, right?)
The reason I don't post more Canadian news is:
a) There are way better blogs than mine on the subject, such as Angry in the Great White North ( and which PETA got a whiff of and thought it was a animal cruelty site...funny.
b) Canadian politics are usually pretty boring unless there's a scandal of some sort such as the 2005-2006 Liberal Adscam. Yes, we had our own ad scam up here as well. Such is the story of the moment. It appears that former conservative P.M. Brian Mulroney is in another liberal-induced kick-back scandal. Just to fill you in, back in the early nineties, Mulroney was accused of taking kick-backs from Air Canada for airbuses that were supposed to go to the Canadian Forces for use in peace-keeping missions. The fact that the following P.M. Jean Chretien screwed the Forces out of the vehicles in his wholesale screwing of our men and women in uniform when he, like Pierre Trudeau before him, decimated our military is another story.

Well, long story short, Mulroney did no such thing. In fact, when he was absolved of all charges, not only was he found not guilty by an R.C.M.P. investigation, he was loudly and clearly proclaimed innocent. However, he did make some money off of this deal, when he sued the Chretien government for libel damages for the neat little sum of $2.1 million in an out of court settlement.

So now the Liberal Party of Canada in all their infinite wisdom and apparent gluttony for punishment, has decided to take the word of a convicted felon (and no, surprise, surprise; it's not even a Clinton) by the name of Karlheinz Schreiber, who is currently awaiting extradition to Germany on charges of extortion, bribery and tax evasion. Not exactly a reliable source. Of course the liberally-biased CBC has already convicted Mulroney of any wrong-doing. It reminds me of how when Mulroney was awarded for being the "greenest Prime Minister in history," the CBC immediately followed up the ceremonies with a concocted story on how he "wasn't really that environmentally friendly," blah...blah...blah.
The Liberals hear a fart in the wind and they think everyone but themselves has stunk up the air.
Now Mulroney is once again being accused of being untruthful. In an attempt to put this to rest (unlikely, considering the vindictiveness of the libs) Mulroney has now himself initiated an official inquiry into the matter.

As for the 1997 libel suit that Mulroney was awarded that $2.1 million from the Canadian government, current Liberal Party leader, Stephane Dion (who keeps losing seats in the Canadian parliament via Quebec like no other has) wants the payout to be reviewed.
In a Windsor Star article, via Canwest News Service from Ottawa by Juliet O'Neill, Dion says the government should start an inquiry about whether the settlement was obtained under "false representation"

He wants Mulroney to explain why he allegedly took $225,000 (who Dion repeatedly claims the sum is $300,000, a claim guessed it, Karlhanz Schrieber) from Schrieber, a "business person who is in trouble with the justice system." That's the way Dion speaks. He says someone in prison for defrauding his own government is merely "in trouble with the justice system." Gee, Stephane, ya think?!
If Dion were to answer me in his own oh-so-broken English, he would undoubtedly say,
"You do not know what you are speaking about." That's pretty much it without spelling his words out phonetically.

Dion also accuses Mulroney during the 1997 investigation of not "[saying] the full truth. He did not say that he received cash."
Um, yes he did. It's a matter of public record and on a video-taped deposition. Dion also wants to know why Prime Minister Stephen Harper did not receive a letter sent to the Privy Council Office by Schreiber containing Mulroney's alleged dealings with Schreiber.
Again, Dion and the Liberals are taking the word of someone who has an unsavory character, to say the least.

The Privy Council has said that is because the letter contained correspondence about Mulroney's legal battle with Schreiber and was not a government matter.

Myriam Massabki, a Privy Council Office spokeswoman says,
"This correspondence from Mr. Schrieber contained letters to Mr. Mulroney and the subject matter was part of a private lawsuit which was before the courts."

So not only does Dion (who's falling so fast in the polls, I wouldn't doubt his leadership would be in danger of being recalled-if we had that option here in Canada) want to publicize private correspondence in a vain attempt to put Mulroney, to wit the entire Conservative Party, in some sort of scandal because of his own bad showing; he wants to engage in what essentially is double jeopardy.
His own party members have trouble supporting him, he's way down in the polls (at least himself if not the Liberal Party) and if it wasn't for the NDP (socialists) and the Green Party (environmentalists) Dion would no doubt be laughed right out of Parliament.

So it's no wonder with men like Dion leading the Liberal Party, Harper's numbers are almost at majority levels and it's exactly why the Liberals, nor the NDP called for a vote of non-confidence to force an election. Or even why the Liberals, even though they clearly wanted to, abstained from voting for the same when the Prime Minister concluded the Throne Speech (Canada's State of the Union address)
Man, I wish they'd just nut up and put their money where their mouths are.

In an attempt to distance the Conservative Party and himself from the German criminal, Mulroney has gone before the House of Commons Ethics Committee and apologized to Canadians for taking money from Schrieber when the disgraced lobbyist was working for Thyssen Canada.

Mulroney has insisted that while he broke no laws or parliamentary ethics rules, he made a huge mistake when he accepted envelopes stuffed with $1,000 bills.
"The feeding frenzy now seizing Ottawa was triggered by a vindictive journalist [Steve Cameron] and a lying lobbyist who was using him as his 'get out of jail free card," Mulroney said.

"When I look back on it today, I realize I made a serious error in judgment in receiving a payment in cash for this assignment even though it was decidedly not illegal to do so. That mistake in judgment was mine alone. I apologize and I accept full responsibility for it."

On the character of Schrieber, Mulroney said,
"We know why I am here today, because of an error in judgment i made 15 years ago while I was in the private sector, out of office. But principally because Karlheinz Schreiber, as you saw last week and again this week, will say anything, sign anything and do anything to avoid extradition."

Now that Schreiber is to face extradition to Germany for bribery, tax evasion and fraud charges, he is indeed trying to defend his actions of black-mail against the former P.M.

Since a May 8, 2007 letter from Schreiber came to light that threatened to expose alleged wrong-doing by Mulroney, Schreiber has done everything in his power to avoid blame in his quest to mislead
the Canadian people, as well as investigators, in his vein attempt to besmirch Mulroney out of pure vindictiveness.

Schreiber has testified that he initially agreed to pay Mulroney [the entire sum of their business agreement] but the payments stopped at $300,000 because he didn't deliver on the work of promoting Thyssen's peace-keeping vehicles internationally.

Mulroney refuted both claims, insisting he was paid three payments of $75,000 each and that he made substantial progress in the promotion of the vehicles.

And because the money was a "retainer" Mulroney said, he did not pay taxes on the payments until Schreiber was arrested in Germany.

As for the phantom letter from Schreiber to Harper, the Prime Minister was never apprised of the situation according to Mulroney.
Schreiber claims that "Mulroney assured me that he raised his case with Harper and received positive signs."
Harper has denied any letter and any such discussions about Schrieber.

"Prime Minister Harper is completely accurate," Mulroney said. "Moreover, he has had nothing to do, directly or indirectly, with any aspect of this in any way. I did not raise directly or indirectly anything relating to Mr. Schreiber, not only with Prime Minister Harper or with any member of the House [of Commons] on either side at any time."

He also denied reports he "skirted" lobbying rules by arranging a meeting between former Industry Minister, Maxine Bernier and Quebecor President, Pierre Karl Peladeau.

Remember, this was all started by a liberally-biased reporter and inflamed by the Liberal Party. So clearly, the smear game does not stop at the border when liberals think they smell blood.

*Source material compiled by Kathleen Harris of the National Bureau.
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