Friday, February 29, 2008


Damn. Did you feel that chill? Apparently us "deniers" aren't the only ones that are kin to denying the holocaust.
There's more from Newsbusters.

At Least This Hollywooder Gets It

Other than her humanitarian missions, I'm not a big fan of Angelina Jolie. However, if she keeps up her defense of the truth and advocates what really needs to be done. She'll continue to have my respect.
Check out this column she wrote for the Washington Post.

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Q&A with Madeline Albright

Or should it be Not-at-allbright? I was recently skimming through a Time magazine from a couple of months ago and found this question and answer with former Secretary of State, Madeline Albright wherein she answered questions from readers (selective ones at that, I'm sure) This would be hilarious if it wasn't so sad.

I will re-print the questions and answers with some obvious clarifications the editors at Time clearly ignored before going to press:

Q: How will President Bush be judged when he leaves office?

A: I wrote my book, Memo to the President Elect for the next president because they are going to have a very hard job to do. America's reputation is the lowest it's ever been. This presidency has done a great deal of damage, and I'm very glad that it will end.

Ok. So, America's reputation is the lowest it's ever been. With whom, exactly? With the Islamo-fascists that we're at war with? The same people that were burning pictures of Bill Clinton in effigy in the 90s? Or the same people that were taking American diplomats hostage in 1979 when their precious Jimmy Carter was president; who by the way, was the "President Precursor" who was single-handedly responsible for ignoring, nay, igniting the flames of the Islamic Revolution?

I guess Ms. Albright didn't happen to notice the streets of Manila being lined with Bush supporters when he made his trip to the Philippines. Or Iraqis holding signs saying, "Thank George Bush, thank you America" Nah, they don't exist, only in the warped minds of us crazy conservatives.

What Albright fails to mention (consciously, mind you) is that her boss, the former president, Bill Clinton, also ignored the terrorist threat that has gone ten-fold since their indifference about it.

Q: You have campaigned for Hillary Clinton. If she wins, will you accept a job as Secretary of State again?

A: For somebody who loves foreign policy, being Secretary is the best job in the world-but it doesn't happen twice. The only person who was Secretary twice was Daniel Webster. I am not Daniel Webster.

Listen. It's bad enough that we may have Hillary back in the White House for at least another four years, do we really have to put up with another wishy-washy, indecisive, passive Secretary of State again. I mean the exact same one? If you've seen Path to 9/11 (of course you haven't Hillary's (or Bill's) people won't let you, it hasn't been released on DVD yet, hmm) you'll see how Clinton's pick for SOS help lead to the events of Sept. 11, 2001. This woman is nothing if not magnanimous.

Q: What was your greatest accomplishment as Secretary?

A: I was able to be part of a decision that saved a lot of lives in Kosovo. Afterward, I went to the capital, Pristina and saw crowds of people with signs that said THANK YOU, USA. I am now thrilled that there is a generation of girls in Kosovo whose first name is Madeline.

What decision is she talking about, exactly? The decision to pull out of Kosovo and leave hundreds of thousands of people at the mercy of their totalitarian Islamofascist oppressers? The pulling out of American marines that allowed another fall of Saigon, another rise of fascism and rouge despots to exact their will on the undefended Christians that are tortured and murdered with a peep out of the far-left? This pandering to the far-left elements of America and their appologizing and apeasement of the enemy. The enemy that was emboldend by the pull-out of American marines who used this Democrat show of weakness to declare America was a "paper tiger"?
And about this new generation of girls in Kosovo with the name of Madeline?
Suurrre there are.

Q: Did you ever make a decision that risked your credibility as a human-rights supporter?

A: The hardest part of having that kind of power is deciding where to act and under what circumstances. I was the United Nations ambassador at the time of Rwanda and I wish we had been able to do more at the time.

Good job on the Rwanda thing, by the way. Isn't it funny how President Bush advocated the same thing, minus the Useless Nations "O.K." of it all. Of course he's shot down by the Democrats and the far-left in the country for metioning such a thing. Either that or he's chastized for not having enough troops available because of his "war for oil". If it's not mandated by the U.N. or by the liberals in Congress, forget about it. Unless there's a sure-fire way to lose, they're not interested.

Q: What can be done to stop the political unrest in Kenya?

A: I think that the U.S. and the African Union should try to help resolve some of the political questions. Should the election be re-run? Is there some way to get a power-sharing agreement between the current president and his challenger? It is important to get outside assisstance before things get totally out of hand.

To stop the political unrest in Kenya is to simply send troops in and stop the genocide by force. Ethiopoian forces did it successfully against their would-be Islamist oppressers in 2006, until they run them into the sea and American gunships obliterated them.

Q: Should the West use China's Olympics to highlight environmental and huma-rights concerns, or should it simply step back and enjoy the sports?

A: It is impossible to seperate those things. People are very concerned about China's behavior, both internally and externally. I hope people enjoy the sports and I hope Americans do well, but I think it's very hard to expect that politics will not enter in.

There's really nothing in that answer to disagree with, except to say, she could have mentioned the fact that Christians will be kept a close watch on and, just until recently they wern't allowed t even bring their Bibles in, but Muslims were allowed to not only bring their Korans with them, and to actively espouse the "merits" of Islam, but to also publicly demonize Chritianity. How's that for double standards with a communist twist?

Q: What are your thoughts on the immigration debate?

A: I'm troubled by it. When [my family] came from england during the War, people said, "You are welcome here. What can we do to help?" I am a beneficiary of the American people's generosity, and I hope we can have comprehensive immigrsation legislation that allows the U.S. to continue to be enriched by those who were not born here.

Another non-answer from a liberal-Democrat. She basically gave us a mini-bio, then said let's change the immigration laws so that nothing changes. Forget about the laws we have in place now and simply enforcing them, i.e. stop convicting border guards from doing their jobs, let's implement new laws that won't be enforced and continues to look the other way when illegal aliens with vast criminal records take advantage of the lax laws and bleeding hearts continue to make excuses for them.

Q: Should the constitution be amended to allow foreign-born Americans to run for President?

A: I have never thought about it for myself but I do think that many foreign-born Americanscould be President. There should be a requirement that instead someone has to be raised in the U.S. for 25 years or something. For me, being raised in a free America made all the difference.

Isn't that peachy. Isn't that just like a lefty? Let's change 232 years of laws, customs, tradition and culture just so that their Arnold Schwartzeneggar's of the world can come in and implement their European-style of laws and justice. Hey, why not just let Fidel Castro run for the oval office? Whoops. No. That's what the lefties in America want, of course.

Q: What advice do you have for women who want respect from their male colleagues?

A: Women have to be active listeners and interrupters-but when you interrupt, you have o know what you're talking about. I also think it's important for women to help one another. I have a saying: there is a special place in hell for women who don't.

Ahem. Advice for women who want respect from their male colleagues? Here's a hint: don't work for anyone named Clinton.

Q: You have dealt with very stressful situations. What do you turn to for comfort food?

A: [Laughs] Mashed potatoes. I try not to, because I hope people will notice I have lost a lot of weight since I was secretary. [Instead] I try to seek comfort in apples.

I have nothing. This is one of the best questions they deemed interesting enough to print?

Friday, February 22, 2008

I Guess the Goracle Didn't See This One Coming Either

From the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - February 21, 2008
Contact: Dennis Feltgen, NOAA 305-229-4404

Increased Hurricane Losses Due to More People,
Wealth Along Coastlines, Not Stronger Storms, New Study Says

A team of scientists have found that the economic damages from hurricanes have increased in the U.S. over time due to greater population, infrastructure, and wealth on the U.S. coastlines, and not to any spike in the number or intensity of hurricanes.

“We found that although some decades were quieter and less damaging in the U.S. and others had more land-falling hurricanes and more damage, the economic costs of land-falling hurricanes have steadily increased over time,” said Chris Landsea, one of the researchers as well as the science and operations officer at NOAA’s National Hurricane Center in Miami. “There is nothing in the U.S. hurricane damage record that indicates global warming has caused a significant increase in destruction along our coasts.”

*The report was written by Roger A. Pielke Jr., Joel Gratz, Christopher W. Landsea, Douglas Collins, Mark A. Saunders, and Rade Musulin.

How much of this do you think will reach American homes via the MSM?

Here's some interesting bits of info from the Wall Street Journal, Spiked-Online, and Canada's National Post, the New York Sun, the American Thinker and some links to some anti-man made Global Warming, other than the great BBC-released production of "The Great Global Warming Swindle."

I Swear, I Just Borrowed This.

So I don't want to hear about any plagiarism. Ok. I know this is tantamount to spamming, but I had to re-print a couple of recent posts from Conservababes: Right from New Fallujah

Such as:

First let me just say that after watching that "debate," I feel so moved, my eyes filling with New Hampshire-esque tears, by how nice and friendly both the candidates and moderators were! It was just so nice to see such civility, such nice, carefully broached "questions," such civil discourse! For the first time in my life, it made me proud to be an American!

Now, to the substance of the debate- and it was there! Hillary is so benevolent - she cares about little babies, especially if they were born to illegal immigrants, and small children sitting on stools! (especially if they happen to be from Ohio) And Obama wants change.

Hillary is going to fix our economy by implementing a "trade prosecutor." (His salary will be paid by repealing the tax cuts for the wealthy.) What a brilliant idea! I hope they impose stiff jail terms for any evil American companies who don't kowtow to the new trade prosecutor. That's just what America needs! And Obama wants change.

Hillary is also going to help by creating "clean, green jobs," funded by repealing the tax cuts from the wealthy (you know, those filthy rich families making over $75,000 a year). Doesn't that sound marvelous? Don't you wish your job was clean? Or at least green? I know I do. Oh, and Obama wants change.

Lastly, while Hillary is taken by the sentiment of the English language remaining "special" to all Americans, it should never be made our "official" language. Oh, no. Instead, we're going to teach every American child to be bi-lingual! And we'll pay for it by repealing those tax cuts for the rich. Mind, we aren't going to test any of these children to see if they really can speak another language, but we'll keep throwing money at the program indefinitely, because the teachers need our help more than the wealthiest one percent. Obama agrees with her on all of the above, and he wants change.

Wow! I hope I haven't missed anything. I was listening very hard, though I did faint a few times while Obama was speaking.


It sure didn't take long after McCain shored up the GOP nomination for the MSM to "remember" the Keating Five scandal. I'm sure you've all heard about the supposed affair McCain had with a lobbyist 8 years ago - the NY Times dug this story up from some "unnamed sources," so you know it must be true. But if you read their breaking news story, you'll see it's nothing more than an excuse to rehash the Keating Five scandal (which, btw- I still haven't been able to figure out how one of the five went to jail, 3 lost their senate jobs and McCain somehow escaped with a mere censure?). After devoting a few intro paragraphs to the alleged affair (about 11% of the article's content), the other 89% is devoted to the Keating Five tale. Maybe this will teach the GOP a lesson - let's choose our own candidate next time, instead of letting the media select him for us.

And Lastly:

Basically Bob Geldof is astounded that President Bush is not receiving the credit he is due for everything he's done for Africa during his presidency.

In fact, Geldof says that Bush "has done more than any other president so far."

"This is the triumph of American policy really," he said. "It was probably unexpected of the man. It was expected of the nation, but not of the man, but both rose to the occasion."

"What's in it for [Mr. Bush]? Absolutely nothing," Mr. Geldof said.

Mr. Geldof said that the president has failed "to articulate this to Americans" but said he is also "pissed off" at the press for their failure to report on this good news story.

"You guys didn't pay attention," Geldof said to a group of reporters from all the major newspapers.

Yet Another Hollywood Idiot

I...I can't even deal with the fact that not only are people listening to this fool, that she's actually allowed any face-time. What has she had, like five cinematic bombs in a row? Is she even still relevent?

Apparently so.

Sharon Stone, Miss Basic Instinct herself (see how I have to go back at least 20 years to make a semi-relevant analogy) has not only used the old liberal-induced, Bill Soros-invented, 600,000 Iraqi death number, but this has-been actually wanted to come to the UAE for the Dubai International Film Festival to seek the "truth" (she may want to start by living in the real world with real information instead of the made-up world of Hollyweird) because "the U.S. media has failed to provide Americans with the truth" and she feels "in pain" because of it. Much like the rest of us that have to watch her God-awful movies.

Now she has gone the way of other Loony Hollywood Left such as Sean Penn, Danny Glover, Tyra Banks, Kevin Spacey, Oliver Stone, Naomi Campbell. Not to mention American "activists" such as Cindy Sheehan and other lower-on-the-pole Hollyweird stars like Cameron Diaz and "Tokyo" Rosie O'Donnell that haven't quite gotten to that country of bliss that is Venezuela to visit their newly-found hero.
At the very least, Johnny Depp puts his money where his mouth is. He hates America, so he lives in France. Fair enough. Run down your country that has allowed you to make the living that you are accustomed to and trample all over the memories of our fallen soldiers that died to give you that freedom that you obviously have no clue of what to do with, but do it in another country, will ya!?
Otherwise take all the bashing from patriotic Americans that you will get and deserve. Way to go Johhny!

Thus It Begins

So now that the Republican primaries are almost over and we apparently have a GOP nominee sewed up, leave it to the MSM-especially the New York Times-to send their attack dogs on the one man left standing and the one GOP presidential nominee that will probably reach across the isle the most to try and "get things done" with the Democrats.

It seems the good people at the Traitor Times just simply cannot wait to get their claws into John McCain, despite his aforementioned "crossing the floor" performances with varying members of the DNC, not to mention his war hero status, his clean-as-a-whistle resume as a senator and all-round American civil servant. How will it take Frank Rich, Maureen Dowd, (how are they even professionally valid any more) et al to eviscerate the Arizona senator? Well, it didn't take NYT executive editor, Bill Keller too long to get the author of this little hit-piece, Elisabeth Bumiller, long to get get down in the mud and begin her lessons in the tabloid school of "journalism".

Of course, McCain denies this hogwash.

Keller, for his part, has attempted to prolong this non-story by defending the hit-piece on NPR's "All Things Considered".

Never mind other "much-ado-about-nothing" stories like Michelle Obama's "For the first time in my adult life, I'm proud of my country", a pass by the NYT editorial, op-ed staff; Bill Clinton's (correct) Obama-Jackson comparison (not that he should have been shredded by the Times for it, but if he was any Republican...)

Nope. Only because McCain has a (R) after his name. Plain and simple.

When oh when is anyone in the MSM going to deflate the tires on the campaign of the empty suit that is Barack Hussein Obama. They did it with Hillary and last summer they loved her. But oh wait, they want him as president. Never mind.

And the Times response? (among that from and of Newsbusters)


As the title of this post indicates, it's all just starting between McCain and the NYT.

Monday, February 18, 2008

Just Because You Keep Repeating It, Doesn't Make It True

So Blinky actually, truly feels that the surge is still a failure and that the war is lost. Or her and her coharts have invested way too much time and energy in defeat that they can't look back now, even if it would gain them respect and positive political points. Unfortunately for her and her disingenuous, non-believing followers, her credibility is a little questionable to say the least.

Never ending thanks to Amy Proctor.

Passed a pensions law that extends pension rights to tens of thousands of individuals who were left out in earlier arrangement several years ago.
they passed the Iraqi flag law in the council of representatives. Now, you might think that's purely symbolic. It's not. It has been a contentious issue for several years. The current flag does not fly in portions of the Kurdish regional government are in Iraq. And so this is an important step forward.
The de-Baathification reform bill, so-called accountability and justice law, has passed
The 2008 budget is being debated right now in the council of representatives, and it distributes oil revenues in a way that is in line with the oil revenue-sharing bill that could be debated later in the year
So, again, all of a sudden, it's as if there's a new dynamism in the council of representatives.
Not only that, but the Iraqi Parliament has been more effective than the U.S. Congress:

The House Committee on Foreign Affairs compares Bills Signed Into Law:

Democratic Congress – 48
Iraqi Parliament – 53
Progress Report on Iraqi Parliament

Reconciliation Continues…

Reconstruction progress via the US Army Corps of Engineers

Desperate Al-Qaeda Resorts to Using Retarded Women in Attacks

Al-Qaeda Car Bombs Decrease Dramatically in Iraq

Iraqi Officer Challenges Media Misinformation about Coalition Forces

U.S. To Transfer Authority of Anbar Province Back to Iraq

Soldiers Celebrate Safest Christmas Ever in Iraq

Sunni, Shia March Together in Baghdad for Peace

Inflation Drops 90% In Iraq (and other good news)

Year-to-date inflation as of October 2007 is 4.2%, compared to year-to-date inflation through October 2006 of 42.7%
The continued appreciation of the Iraqi dinar went from 1,475 dinars per U.S. dollar in late 2006 to 1,218 dinars per U.S. dollar currently.
Electrical output/production is up 14% from this time last year.
The postwar electricity production record for one day (123,000 MWh) was broken on October 12, 2007 with the production of 125,000 MWh.
Violence and casualties are down
Security is up
Sectarian deaths have plummeted
In NOV 2006 there were 6 Iraqi Division Headquarters, 30 Brigade Headquarters and 91 Battalions.
In NOV 2007 there are 10 Division Headquarters, 34 Brigade Headquarters and 108 Battalions.

And the MSM? Once again, good news is no news.

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Even Better Rationale

This one is even better; more concise and articulate. Kind of puts me in mind of the Loose Change boys, seeing that although Bush is some evil fascist war-monger, who will stop at nothing (including murder apparently) why are they still breathing-or at least free?

February 15, 2008 - 07:37 ET by danybhoy
Here we go again, someone calling President Bush a fascist, & I'm shocked to see this time it is our hero, BathTubBoy. Let me explain something to you Keith, you are an Ivy Leaguer, so I know you are smart enough to understand what I'm gonna say.
If Bush & Cheney were really the evil neocon fascists that you & the other BDS infected morons in the media believe them to be, someone would have dragged your @$$ away to an "undisclosed location". The very fact that your brand of intolerant anger has been allowed on the air & that NOTHING has happened to you, or others like Randi Rhodes, who got beat up by neocon thugs who wanted to shut her had nothing to do with being sh!+ faced & falling down flat on her face. Remember that one?
Look BathTubBoy, the left wingers are far & away the fascist element in America today. Most "progressives" & some "liberals" are much more likely to try to shut down speech they don't like. Yes there are "conservatives" who will make noise about something they don't like, but usually the most they will do is boycott those responsible. "Progressives" & some "liberals" are usuaully the people who will legislate against those resposible. So much for the 1st Amendment & the free speech rights the Founding Fathers installed with the Bill Of Rights.
BathTubBoy, before you shoot your mouth off about fascism in America again, read Jonah Goldberg's book "Liberal Fascism". It might give you some insight to fascism in America...If your open minded enough to actually read it, you might see things that remind you of you. I'm just saying.


But the best statement and response of the day? Even if these comments are a tad old (much like the left's arguments on everything) they still resonate well.

Submitted by John Duncan, Oct 17, 2007 10:17

How on earth can you say that Iraq is better and safer by the removal of Sadam Hussein? The carnage and death toll say different, not to mention the lack now of health services, university education, freedom and the like. Iraq has gone from being a progressive country to a hell hole of mamoth proportions; due in the most part by the US invasion.

Submitted by Mark Nystedt, Dec 6, 2007 12:44

JD: So. You think that Iraq was "a progressive country" hmmm. During the last 50 years, the 130,000 Iraqi Jewish population has been eradicated. In the last 10 years, half of Iraq's Christian population eradicated. Bio/chem weapons were used on Kurds, Iranians, and the Shi'ites. I was in Israel in Feb 98 during an Iraqi bio/chem Scud scare. Shi'ite area marshes drained. One million Iranians killed in unsuccessful Iraqi attempt to occupy Iranian territory. Olympic athletes punished with torture. Abu Ghrab detainees tortured, electric shock of genitals, etc.; leaf and brush mulcher executions, deceased relatives recieved chopped body parts in plastic trash bags. Hussien family built dozens of palaces stocked with booze and porno. Kuaite occupied and annexed. 600 Kuaite POWs executed. Kuaite looted. Kuaite City Zoo animals tortured and killed. Iraqi torching of oil fields and Persian Gulf intentionally oil slicked by Hussien. Iraq rewarded Palestinians for the suicide murders of Israelis. Gays and raped women tortured and/or executed. Bio/chem weapons not destroyed as promised; but sent to Syria for future use. I watched the Iraqi attack on Saudi Arabia, Khafji, on TV, CNN. The present day violence in Iraq is the fault of Bathists and foriegn insurgent terrorists including Al Queda. JOHN? are you a progressive? (That's a stupid question.) You're the reason I'm not a progressive.

Why oh why does the left, throughout history, villify the rightous and honor the wicked?


A well thought-out exposition on Liberal thought patterns by "needle" and others from a thread on Rush Limbaugh and his recent interview with the New York Times and what liberal commenters think of him, via Yikes! The pure hatred of these people.

-"Cocooned environmentFebruary 15, 2008 - 19:00 ET by needle
“Most liberals get surprisingly threatened when they encounter opinions different from their own.”What you say is true; and it is the insidious effect of liberals having lived – thanks to the MSM – for more than a generation in an environment where they are essentially unaware of the existence of any serious alternative to liberal “wisdom” they have constantly received.
Notice that Liberalism prospers mostly in highly concentrated population areas, mostly on the East and West Coasts. Who in these areas changes his own car oil? Many, perhaps most, do not even routinely cook for themselves. In their extra-sophisticated environment, if their favorite “news” personality says X or Y or Z, then it must be so. If their favorite “news” personality omits mentioning A or B or C, well then, it must not be so. In other words, in their world of delegating tasks, many also delegate the task tracking down the truth and of thinking through matters. Taking the position of not accepting on faith what their trusted news source says is to be avoided, along with so many other tasks.
Ann Coulter has a point: If Democrats had any sense, they would be Republicans.

-February 15, 2008 - 16:19 ET by dronetek
You gotta love how Limbaugh haters always say something about "supporting the war on drugs". I've listene to the guy everyday since I was 16 and I dont remember the last time hes said anything about the war on drugs.

-I have been listening to himFebruary 15, 2008 - 19:26 ET by Newsbusterbrown
I have been listening to him for 17 years myself and agree with you, Dronetek.

-To borrow a phrase from George CarlinFebruary 15, 2008 - 15:35 ET by Iowa Boy
Did you ever notice...
...that liberals nearly always start by calling people names and almost never debate the merits?

-February 15, 2008 - 16:02 ET by Matthew Sheffield
Most liberals get surprisingly threatened when they encounter opinions different from their own. Most enjoy living in little cocoons of agreement rather than venturing out and interacting with those who think differently.

True Dat.

Friday, February 15, 2008

But, There Was No al Queda In Iraq Before 2003

Anybody with half a brain (essentially anyone that isn't left of center) knows that is total horseapples. On the wrong side of history again, eh Libs?

Check it out.

Thanks once again to Amy Proctor and her blog, Bottom Line Up Front via

It kinda goes in conjunction with this:

And this
And reluctently, this. I hate having to use the "we'll Huff and we'll Puff" as a source.

Well, He Is Correct

What's with all the flack former president, Bill Clinton is getting because of an innocent, and more importantly, historically accurate comment he made concerning Rev. Jesse Jackson's electability issues? Clinton was quoted as saying,
"Jesse Jackson won South Carolina in '84 and '88. Jackson ran a good campaign. And Obama ran a good campaign here."
This was in response to a question about Obama saying it "took two people to beat him." Jackson had not been mentioned.

The fact of the matter is, Clinton is absolutely correct. Why in the world would this be viewed as racist? Mind you, we are dealing with the Democrats and their crazy lefty followers here. Everybody and their dog knows the race card will come up with the left whenever they feel it will further their cause. But remember, if it's a minority or homosexual that they consider the "victim", well, then all bets are off. It's sort of a twisted version of Ann Coulter's (right on the money) theory of the "doctrine of infalubility", which is to say, whenever a victim of one reason or another speaks, you simply cannot criticize anything he or she says. Lest you be considered an abhorent monster.

Jackson did win in S. Carolina in 84 and 88. The majority of blacks did vote for him to give him those wins in that state in those years. For once Clinton wasn't lying. Why did Obama win approximately 80 per cent of the black vote in S. Carolina this year. Simple. He is black, folks. Those are the facts, bottom line. Blacks vote for blacks, whites vote for whites, Asians for Asians, Latins for Latins, et al (however, if Obama does somehow take the Presidency, will that be the end of "Racist America"? Although when he does lose, you can be sure the left will cry in one big unified voice: "Racist America!! White America can't stand to see a black man in power!" The same will be said if Hillary fails in her attempt. "Sexist America just couldn't stand to have a woman in power!" To which I say, no, just not that woman.

I can't believe I'm going to say this, but jeez, cut Willy some slack on this one.

Saturday, February 02, 2008

Ann, Lay Off Canada

Before anyone starts chuckling and declaring victory, spouting, "See another conservative blogger is abandoning Ann Coulter" let me be perfectly clear; I still really the woman (or perhaps she would prefer that I call her a "chick")

I think she is correct in her statements (the wilder the better-especially the ones that make lefties froth at the mouth, that's what tells me she is correct)

Plus, I find her utterly hilarious. By the way, am I the only one that got her Isiah Washington/John Edwards joke? I mean, get a grip people. I'm willing to bet that it was the homosexuals that were laughing the loudest.

I just wish she would tone down her opinions on Canada. Not that she isn't free to do so (see, even though I disagree with her-although she may be right on more than even I want to admit- I wouldn't want her to be forced to stop-that just wouldn't be Ann. That's what real free speech is about you fascist, lefty ignoramuses)

So, I'll just, in my own little way (and in the way I feel she would do it) inform her on a few things, because in her latest book, If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans, in the chapter entitled, "Foreigners, or the Non-Soap Oriented" (p. 168-171) she states,

"Better shape up Canada! At this point, we're only keeping you around for the beer."

Look, I know it's only levity (I think) but, "keeping us around?"
I believe America gets most of its oil from Canada, so that alone dictates that we sustain you-ZING!

She predicates that in the same passage with,
"Maybe foreigners aren't so bad as long as Bush is president. Canadians, for example, are either great or awful, and at the outset of the War on Terror, the balance was swinging periously close to awful."
Although she is technically correct, my only beef is that she should have informed her readers that there are indeed Canadians that support the war who are conservative-minded that don't watch the Communist Broadcasting Corperation.

Here's a little list of accomplishments that I'm sure Ann knows about, but like most Americans, doesn't want leaked, lest their punching bag to the north seem a little less docile:

-On 9/11 Canadians took in thousands of stranded American passengers (and other nationalities) into their holmes when hundreds of planes were grounded while flying over Canadian air-space.

-In 1980, Canadian ambassador, Ken Taylor, spear-headed the rescue of six American diplomats by smuggling them into Switzerland, onto freedom.

-Chronologically speaking, Canada was in WWII before America was (about three years) and granted, although we did have some significant victories against the Nazi scourge, overall we were getting our butts kicked before the Americans were able to push the enemy out of France. Now before you start beating your drums; remember, America didn't really make any significant progress of their own until the Battle of the Bulge.

-Canadian forces were the ones who took and kept Vimy Ridge in WWI when nobody else could.

-Canadian forces members train many American forces members in the art of hand-to-hand combat. Believe it.

-Annually, Canadian Forces members beat American Forces in war games/capture the flag competitions using paint balls. In the last decade, Canada has beaten the U.S. 9-1.

-We have fought side-by-side with the U.S. in almost every war since WWI, with the exception of Vietnam; although there were about 50,000 Canadians who joined the U.S. Army to battle the communists.

-Lastly, remember the War of 1812? Granted, it was a long time ago and it was the only victory Canada has secured against America (unless you count the numerous times we eviscerated you guys in hockey) but that's because it was the only time we were at war versus the U.S, so we're one up on you.

So Ann, although I still love ya, please, lay off Canada.
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