Thursday, December 20, 2007

File This Under, "Who Gives A Crap"

Hillary Clinton spoke today about people’s perceptions of her and about the importance of a candidate’s relationship with the military.

"Some people think I am maybe too serious a person,” she told an audience packed into an opera house in this town near the Wisconsin border in northeastern Iowa. “Well, that’s not the way I am all the time. But I think this is a serious election, and I think we’ve got to get it right. We don’t have any margin for error, and I think the problems that we are going to inherit and the failures of the Bush administration are really serious.”

Sorry, PIAPS, but I take your attempt to turn this country into a socialist state You are VERY seriously and I'll do what I can to stop you.
And yes, She is serious! Serious about Marxism, socialism, feudalism and anti-Americanism!

Saturday, November 24, 2007

More Proof that the world is full of NUTS!

Man accused of shaving swastika on his dog
German police are investigating a 29-year-old man suspected of shaving banned Nazi symbols into his dog's fur. Police in the Bavarian town of Straubing said they had found the dog with a swastika and the insignia of Hitler's elite Waffen-SS troops marked on its body. They made the discovery when the suspect's ex-girlfriend requested police help to collect her belongings from his apartment because she was afraid of him.
I guess shaving a Muslim crescent on the dog would have been considered a 'hate crime'

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Something about Hillary

One of the most intriguing and persistent questions of the 2008 presidential race is this: Why isn't Hillary Clinton, the Democratic front-runner, running away with it? President Bush remains unpopular among the electorate at large. Polls show a majority of Americans oppose the war in Iraq. Democrats beat Republicans in all generic surveys and seem poised for further gains in Congress next year. A bleak political environment appears deeply anti-Republican.

I believe Republicans should push hard on her lack of experience and lack of results. An undistinguished career as a lawyer. Negative results as Arkansas education czar under then Gov Bill Clinton. Terribly negative results as health care garu under Bill. Constantly fighting personal, public scandals. Undistinguished Senate career. As Mitt Romney says, we don't need an intern in the White House!
Regardless of how hard she tries to spin her imaginary '35 years' experience', she is just not qualified, and people are getting that.

I love this quote from Dim Snakehead Carville:
'James Carville said in a memo to party leaders this month that the candidates' messages lack depth and resonance. ''Democrats must become more fully the VOICE OF WHAT IS WRONG with these times. It is not enough to be anti-Iraq and anti-Bush,'' as James "the Snake" Carville warned.

The Dims are ALREADY the voice of what is wrong with these times.
Pelosi, Reid, et al, come to mind.

Friday, November 9, 2007

Clinton Campaign Says It Tipped the Maid and Waitress

The Clinton Campaign Says It Tipped the Maid and Waitress
But the Maid and Waitress say: ain't so!

A waitress causes a stir on the political blogs. The waitress at a Maid-Rite restaurant in Iowa says she did not get a tip after serving presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Clinton, a Democrat from New York. But the Clinton campaign says a $100 tip was left at the diner.
Anita Esterday, a waitress at the Maid-Rite in Toledo, Iowa, told NPR's David Greene in a report that aired on Morning Edition Thursday that "nobody got left a tip" on Oct. 8, when Clinton sat at the lunch counter and ordered up the restaurant's famous loose-meat sandwich.

Esterday served Clinton, chatted with her and later ended up as an example of a hard-working single mom in Clinton's stump speech. She told NPR she's considering voting for Clinton, but was disappointed the senator and her staff didn't make sure she got a tip for her labor.
The tip issue was a small part of an eight-minute piece about how everyday people get caught up in political campaigns. Half the story was about an incident in which another presidential candidate, Barack Obama, failed to follow up on a letter he said he might send to a supporter he met at a rally. The Obama campaign Thursday said they fired off a letter to the supporter after the story aired. But that part of the story received little mention in the news after airing Thursday.

Burried in the article was the following quote from a Clintoon staffer:

The campaign also produced photocopies of receipts showing $157.46 was paid to Maid-Rite on a VISA card on Oct. 8 for meals consumed by the candidate's entourage. The tip was supposed to have been paid in cash, and the campaign insisted such a payment was made but has declined to make available a staff member who was present at Maid-Rite and left tip money.

So I guess they expect us to believe that the staffer operating on an expense budget, put the food on a card and gratiously took a $100 out of their pocket to donate to the wait staff. Sure, that explains everything (NOT). What BS.
Come on now, who would leave a $100.00 tip in CASH just sitting on the table?

Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Both the Right and the Left are out to get Hillary

The most notable failing of Hillary,is the Cold and Joyless, is not that the Marxist policies of Saul Alinsky would be offered up as the "other way", it is that Herself is pretty incompetent in getting even a bare majority to go along with ANYTHING she might bring up. And worse yet, when the real crunch of international policies comes up, Herself will be unable to muster even the courage of her own convictions to argue positively for America at any turn or on any terms.
Seems the Dems/Libs and MSM are attacking President Bush, but I've got news for them: "He is not running!"
The media continues to sing the praises of Hillary, but the common folk will soon open their eyes and truly see who and what she is and then use that information when they vote.
Hillary may start to lay off Bush and pile on to her opponents now that her lead has dropped and may drop off even more as this story gets legs. Her "me against everyone else" has always been her clinical favorite mode of operation used to justify her constant accusations against the other guy and her whining "It's their fault...".

Voters oppose driver's licenses for illegal aliens

Voters oppose driver's licenses for illegal aliens by a nearly five-to-one margin, a new Fox 5/Washington Times/Rasmussen Reports poll finds.
As immigration politics explode into the presidential race, polls show Americans are taking a hard line on benefits for illegal aliens, including opposing driver's licenses and such taxpayer-funded benefits as scholarships at state colleges for illegal-alien students.
The new poll found 77 percent of the adults surveyed opposed making driver's licenses available to illegal aliens, while just 16 percent supported the idea.

Any Republican running for any office at any level in the US who doesn't ask his opponent outright if he/she is for or against licenses for illegals aliens is a dufus.
Think about it this way, 77 percent oppose licenses for illegals, and the OTHER 23 PERCENT who are FOR LICENSES FOR ILLEGALS are the ILLEGALS!
Any one of the major candidates could score big on this issue. Hillary Clinton has already established a beachhead on the wrong side. It’s most likely because she wants these people to get licenses and then they could ger voters registration and whop do you think they are going to vote for?..........Bingo.

Thursday, September 27, 2007

It Wasn’t Hillary’s Finest Night

Front-runner Hillary Clinton finally started getting some pointed challenges from her opponents in a televised New Hampshire debate Wednesday night.

Clinton stoically ignored the swipes, but the evening marked a sharpening of the dialogue in the Democratic nominating contest. It reflects the fact her poll numbers have started to climb and if the others want any chance of overtaking her, they need to keep that lead from getting larger.

It wasn't a good night for Clinton. Her weakest moment in the debate was when she repeatedly ducked the sensitive question of just how she'd make Social Security sound and Joseph Biden pounced: "Presidents are supposed to lead," he said as he looked at her. Some of the other candidates said they'd raise the Social Security taxes paid by wealthier Americans.

She also took criticism from her opponents for voting for legislation several of them said could be interpreted as giving President Bush license to go to war with Iran.

John Edwards noted that he, like Clinton, voted for the war in Iraq and came to regret it because of how Bush used that legislation to go to war. "We learned a very different lesson," Edwards said.
Biden also said getting a health care bill approved would be more difficult for Clinton because of her failure do get it done when she was first lady and because of "a lot of the old stuff" people associate with the Clinton presidency.

He then pointedly said he was talking about "policy, policy" issues, which had the same effect of injecting former President Clinton's Oval Office dalliance with Monica Lewinsky.
Christopher Dodd was challenged on a statement he made the other day quoting Bush as saying he expected Clinton to be the Democratic nominee.
Dodd said he was just noting Bush is a bad prognosticator but it had the effect of telegraphing that Clinton might be a loser for Democrats in a national election if she is the nominee.

Some of her foes also said Clinton should have pressed harder to get a national health care bill passed in 1993.

Edwards, too, took a swipe at the Clinton era, saying the administration "gave up" on health care and instead "we got NAFTA," the North American Free Trade Agreement that is increasingly unpopular with organized labor.

Clinton's best moment came when moderator Tim Russert pointed out she disagreed with a position taken by her husband, former President Clinton, on the issue of torture.
She made clear she'd be her own boss as the nation's chief executive by replying: "Well, he's not standing here right now."
Pressed about the difference, Clinton smiled and said: "Well, I'll talk to him later."
While the evening couldn't have been pleasant for Clinton, it opened a necessary discussion Democrats must have: If they don't probe her weaknesses, the Republicans will.

I don't know how many people watched the debates last night but Hillary sold out her antiwar supporters.

Monday, September 17, 2007

So ted Kennedy is pondering over a name for his new book!

NEW YORK – Sen. Edward Kennedy has held preliminary discussions with publishers about writing a book on his career, an adviser to the senator told The Associated Press on Saturday. (Snip) “After many years of being requested to do so, and after writing several other books in recent years, Sen. Kennedy has decided to consider the possibility of writing a book about his career and his views

It seems like a no brainer to me.

How about, "Splash"...... Or "One For The Road"

Friday, September 14, 2007

Police Call O.J. a Suspect in Break-In

LAS VEGAS (Sept. 14) - Investigators questioned O.J. Simpson and named him a suspect Friday in a confrontation at a casino hotel room involving sports memorabilia. The former football star said he went to the room to retrieve property he said was stolen from him but denied breaking in.

Simpson told The Associated Press auction house owner Tom Riccio called him several weeks ago to say some collectors "have a lot of your stuff and they don't want anyone to know they are selling it."

Simpson, who was in Las Vegas for a friend's wedding, said he arranged to meet Riccio at the hotel and conducted a "sting operation."

"Everybody knows this is stolen stuff," Simpson said. "Not only wasn't there a break-in, but Riccio came to the lobby and escorted us up to the room. In any event, it's stolen stuff that's mine. Nobody was roughed up."

A message left for Riccio was not immediately returned.

Investigators were reviewing a complaint of a break-in at the hotel late Thursday night, police spokesman Jose Montoya said.

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

May God Bless All the victims of 9/11/01.

I did not know any of you who gave their lifes on that Sept Day. But I feel as if I have lost family. God Bless you all and may your soul find peace. We as Americans will never fold in the face of evil. WE WILL NEVER FORGET

Tuesday, September 4, 2007

President Bush's remarks to U.S. troops at Al-Asad Air Base in Iraq

Thank you all. General, thank you very much. It's an honor to be with you.As you know, today is Labor Day back home so I thought I'd come by to thank you for all your hard work. Every day - every day - you show bravery under incredibly difficult circumstances.

It was an awesome speech and I loved the surprise visit - well done! Can you imagine Hitlery getting this sort of reception from the troops? What a perfect place to be on Labor Day. They aren't getting a day off for bar-b-que or shopping and it's good for him to remind the American people of who fights so that we can enjoy holidays like this and every day of freedom.

Tuesday, August 28, 2007


According to the website of the Muslim Foundation of America (MFA), Keith Ellison has been named as this year’s Grand Marshall of the Muslim Day Parade being held in New York City, on September 9, 2007. This follows last year’s Grand Marshall choice of Siraj Wahhaj, a man who was named by the U.S. government as a suspected co-conspirator to the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center.
The Muslim Day Parade is a conglomeration of radical Muslim groups with ties to Hamas, Al-Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood, including the Council on American Islamic Relations , the Muslim American Society, and the Islamic Circle of North America .
For Ellison, this is just one more appearance in a long string of appearances at radical Muslim events.

Sunday, August 26, 2007

BAGHDAD (AP) Iraq's leader lashes out at American critics calling for his ouster. ...Says Senators Clinton and Carl Levin need to "come to their senses."
It Seems That The Left Shudders. Whenever Bush Scores!

Like a pig in stuck in muck, the left loves to wallow in Vietnam. But only in their "Vietnam." Not in the real Vietnam war.Not in the Vietnam war of 1963-68, the disastrous years where policy was shaped by the best and brightest of American liberalism. Not in the Vietnam war of 1969-73, when Richard Nixon and General Creighton Abrams managed to adjust our strategy, defeat the enemy, and draw down American troops .
Tell the left that we are doing something good and their answer will always be but, but, but... what about Nixon and what about uh, uh Vietnam?
Well my answer is ....What about it?

During the Tet Offensive, the United States effectively wiped out the Viet Cong, not that anyone back home knew about it. Walter Cronkite insisted we lost. Let's keep our facts straight.
Walter Cronkite was the Dan Rather of that day!
Dogs 'Neglected' at Rapper's Home
Here we go again..

Another Street Gangster who made it bigtime shows how much of a "Punk" he really is!
Police have raided the home of US rap star DMX, finding 12 apparently neglected dogs and a number of guns. The pit bulls terriers were not being fed or given water, and have been removed, police said. The bodies of three more had been buried. No arrests have been made and DMX said he had not been at the property in Arizona for at least two months.
These primitive miscreants become famous for acting and sounding like thugs and when they turn out to be thugs... people are surprised... duh!

There is no indication as to what he was doing with 12 pit bulls yet. (Guess.) IMO it's another symptom that the rap/hip-hop culture is one of hate and destruction and the thugs who adopt it contribute nothing but negatives. You tell me if i'm wrong.
Everyone knows that anyone who truly cares for and loves his/her animals doesn't go off and leave them alone with out food etc.

Maybe this punk will win an Award at the Music Award Shows, but in my opinion he should be sent to jail instead.

Saturday, August 25, 2007

"Those who hammer their guns into plows will plow for those who do not."

~ Thomas Jefferson

(This is why Ted Kennedy, Nancy Pelosi and Hillary Clinton want gun control so badly! )


1. An armed man is a citizen. An unarmed man is a subject.

2. A gun in the hand is better than a cop on the phone.

3. Colt: the original point and click interface.

4. Gun control is not about guns; it's about control.

5. If guns are outlawed, can we use swords?

6. If guns cause crime, then pencils cause misspelled words.

7. Free men do not ask permission to bear arms.

8. If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

9. Those who trade liberty for security have neither.

10. The United States Constitution (c)1791. All Rights Reserved.

11. What part of "shall not be infringed" do you not understand?

12. The Second Amendment is in place in case the politicians ignore the others.

13. 64,999,987 firearms owners killed no one yesterday.

14. Guns only have two enemies: rust and politicians.

15. Know guns, know peace, know safety. No guns, no peace, no safety.

16. You don't shoot to kill; you shoot to stay alive.

17. 911: government-sponsored Dial-a-prayer.

18. Assault is a behavior, not a device.

19. Criminals love gun control; it makes their jobs safer and easier.

20. If guns cause crime, then matches cause arson.

21. Only a government that is afraid of its citizens tries to control them.

22. You have only the rights you are willing to fight for.

23. Enforce the gun control laws we ALREADY have; don't make more.

24. When you remove the people's right to bear arms, you create slaves.

25. The American Revolution would never have happened with gun control.
Staying in Iraq Is right thing to do

It is good practice to be wary of comparisons between present military conflicts with those from the past, although there are lessons to be gleaned from studying past wars.
This lesson was illustrated by recent comments made by U.S. President George W. Bush about the war in Iraq. In addressing a crowd of veterans, Bush compared the Iraq situation with the Vietnam War.
While no conflicts are ever exactly the same, Bush's general observation was correct -- although there are big differences.
Predictably, critics jumped all over Bush for the analogy. This is ironic given that for years pundits have incorrectly identified Iraq as a "Vietnam quagmire." Bush is right in saying that as in Vietnam, if the American public loses faith and their politicians abandon the mission, this will set the stage for a humanitarian catastrophe for the country and the region.
But in the case of Iraq, there is no strong nationalist figure like Ho Chi Minh or a nationalist struggle to oppose American forces. The communist forces on both sides of the Vietnamese border were successful in portraying their battle as a war for historic independence and were able to galvanize support on both sides. In the case of Iraq, Americans are dealing with a weak central government opposed by domestic opposition and foreign fighters.
The challenges are different.
He also compared Iraq to the Second World War occupations of Japan and Germany. Historians have pointed out those two societies were more homogenous and did not present the armed struggle to American presence as is happening in Iraq, although Bush was right in his point about perseverance.
While America's loss in Vietnam did not bring about the continental domino effect policy makers envisioned at the time, it allowed communist forces to tyrannize Vietnam and Cambodia. The Vietnamese loss also emboldened later authoritarian left-wing regimes in the Third World.
Without hindsight, one can predict Iranian Shiite forces -- as well as foreign fighters from Islamic countries and secular Arab countries -- will lay siege to an Iraq abandoned by American and coalition troops. It is sad to imagine Iraq becoming a failed state under al-Qaida.

Friday, August 24, 2007

Hill and Bill and Judi and Rudy

I think that Michelle Obama got it right. Discourse on traditional family values is not the exclusive domain of Republicans and conservatives.
But do Republicans and other Democrats get it? Can, say, Rudy Giuliani stand toe-to-toe with Mitt Romney on family values? Can Bill Clinton, who on more than one occasion contented himself with a woman not his wife, throw jabs at Elizabeth Edwards? Will the voting public take it out on Hillary if he does? Pound for pound, is Rudy the only one who can beat Hillary? If you're
questioning the boxing metaphors, then you've not been paying close attention.
I will not be swayed by the personal attacks and mudfest to come.' They can say what they want about Rudy's 'past'. It's common knowledge, anyway. But, he's small potatoes compared to 'Hill and Bill'. He hasn't committed any murders or sold secrets to our enemies, etc., etc.

Thursday, August 23, 2007

John Edwards Hits Hillary Clinton as Part of Corrupt Washington Establishment

HANOVER, N.H. —Presidential hopeful John Edwards said Thursday the Washington establishment is corrupt and suggested — without mentioning her by name — that rival Hillary Rodham Clinton has been part of that corroded system. Edwards' new stump speech, centered on a a need for change and aimed at his top two rivals.

The problem with this sort of 'attack' by Hillary's cronies is that it attempts to elevate her status. She was NOT a part of the Washington Establishment, no matter how much she and her ilk wish it were not true. She was a First Lady, and not a very good one. That's it. Her Senate seat was stolen from a more deserving New Yorker, and she's maintained it in order to circumvent the Constitution and backdoor two more Clinton terms in the Oval Office for her husband (with the assistance of the likes of Pirro and Giuliani on 'our' side shying away from challenging her Regime when they had a chance). In our zeal to keep her from succeeding at this point, it serves only HER purposes to buy into her supposed credentials. She's a wealthy, deluded Society Matron with delusions of Grandeur and a Communist agenda, and that's all she is.