Thursday, March 29


If the Democrats are guilty of wanting to appease terrorists, Iran, North Korea, etc., etc., etc., then Bush is certainly guilty of appeasing Democrats. Am I the only one who is sick of his nice guy attitude? Hasn't he learned to take critism from the press by now?? I can understand he's weary of it, but no amount of apologizing or trying to work with them ever does him any good. It's the whole "you give them an inch, they take a mile" thing - they won't compromise with you. If you try to work with them a little, they'll continue their bloodlust attempt at your destruction - you've just made it that much easier for them.

Ann illustrates this in her latest post focusing on the ridiculous fake controversy of the fired U.S. attorneys.

Some highlights:

Democrats have the breathtaking audacity to claim that Bush's replacing his own political appointees is "politicizing prosecutions."

They say this as Sandy Berger walks free after stealing and destroying top-secret national security documents — but Lewis "Scooter" Libby faces decades in prison for )not outing a covert agent. (Let's hope he's learned his lesson!)

They say this as Rep. William "The Refrigerator" Jefferson sits on the Homeland Security Committee while waiting for the $100,000 found in his freezer to thaw — but Tom DeLay remains under an indictment by some hick prosecutor in Texas for an alleged accounting violation.

They say this as Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid draws interest on the sale of a property he sold in a complicated land swindle — but American hero Randy "Duke" Cunningham rots in prison.

They say this while Sen. Chuck Schumer pays no price whatsoever for his Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee having illegally obtained a copy of Republican Lt. Gov. Michael Steele's credit report, for which one employee, Lauren Weiner, pleaded guilty, but served no prison time.

They say this while Sen. Teddy Kennedy is still at large (and getting larger).

Democrats have created a world in which a DNC card is a "get out of jail free" card, and "guilt beyond a reasonable doubt" means "no doubt the defendant is Republican." (If Democrats keep this up, they'll have to rethink their push to give inmates the right to vote.)

"MC Rove"

In case anyone missed Karl Rove getting down at the Radio and TV Correspondents dinner...

Friday, March 23

He's at it again!

Ahmed Ahhhwannajihad (Freak of Iran), with extensive hostage taking experience in the past, is preparing for his big trip to NYC for the Useless Nations meeting, whilst back in his country his navy is now holding 15 British servicemen taken in Iraqi waters. Let's hope it doesn't take the Freak as long to release these Brits as it did for he and his friends to release our ambassadors.


We call them environmentalist whackos. (though at least these people aren't vandalizing SUVs)

They invented toilet paper (and other things that improve the human quality of life, like garbage disposals...) for a reason, folks.

Thursday, March 22

Latest Useless Nations Outrage

Was purusing some of our blogs linked to on the right and couldn't believe this latest UN outrage--

First, scanning through Altas Shrugs, I'm angry, as any woman or decent person would be, to see all of the examples of abuse against women by Muslims across the world. It's disgusting. Man in France gets 30 years jail for permanently blinding his wife? Judge in Germany decides wife doesn't deserve hasty divorce because her husband beat her... because they're Muslim. And how about more death-by-stoning sentences for supposed female adulters in Sudan? The list goes on - just scroll through her blog. (And we still have people crying about Gitmo detainees being forced to listen to loud music and standing in uncomfortable positions??)

Then I visit Amy Proctor's blog and see this story! The U.N. was holding its annual Commission on the Status of Women and the only country they can find to complain about is Israel. Israel! Are you kidding?

How are we supposed to take this organization seriously? Clearly Ahmed Ahwannajihad (aka The Freak of Iran) doesn't. Saddam didn't - he'd still be torturing people in Iraq if we hadn't stepped up to make the U.N. enforce its own resolutions.

Getting rid of Kofi the Corrupt was a start, but not nearly enough. Unless there is a serious overall of this organization, I say enough of our tax dollars have been spent on the Useless Nations.

Sunday, March 18

Life Still Better than it was under Saddam

That's what a recent British opinion poll reveals about how the people in Iraq (as opposed to people living in the U.S. working for the NY Times) feel about their lives. Get this - one in four of those Iraqis surveyed has had a family member murdered since we removed that brutal dictator and these same people STILL say that life is better for them now than it was under Saddam. Kind of puts things in perspective about how awful his old regime was.

And how about this - only 27% (as opposed to 98% of those working for CNN) think there is a civil war in Iraq right now.

They're also optomistic about the surge (uh, oh - might Bush's plan be working??? Don't tell anyone at CBS). By a two-to-one majority, Iraqis believe the surge now underway will dissolve all rogue militias and leave their country more secure after the U.S. led coalition forces leave.

Might Bush and our Founding Fathers be right? Might all people, even people with darker skin than us who practice a different religion, be endowed by our creator with the right, and therefore, the desire, to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness? And might a democratic, capitalist society be a better environment to pursue happiness? And would people pursuing happiness be more or less agreeable to terrorist training camps existing in their country? To the plight of murderous jihadists? Or might they be friendlier to the country who helped them and shares their same, basic human ideals? I guess we'll see.

Friday, March 16

And the hypocrisy rolls on...

I'm almost bored writing about Democrat hypocrisy, it's so commonplace as to be generally accepted and expected. But hey, it's Friday, so here goes...

We have the MSM in an uproar over the Bush administration replacing EIGHT U.S. attorneys. You have Congressmen calling for Gonzales's head and the media promising full investigations. Whoo-hoo-hoo.

Where was this outrage when Bill Clinton fired ALL of the U.S. attorneys when he took office? Well, there was some outrage among Republicans, but since we aren't in synch with the MSM, not too many people heard about it back then. Certainly, it was nothing to inspire outrage. Certainly, the MSM didn't feel the need to conduct full investigations.

And what do Bush and Gonzales do? They say mistakes were made. They fumble around like they're playing for the Detroit Lions. They'll probably give up well before the 4th quarter, that's for sure. Gonzales pretty much offered them his head already.

What kind of leadership is this? Is there any fight left among any Republicans in power? Anywhere? Hello?? Anyone alive out there? Are you just going to bend over every time the MSM whines about something? I can certainly understand being weary of having to defend yourself under brutal, relentless attacks day after day, year after year... but you still have terms to fulfill Dubya, Congressmen. So please roll back over and stop playing dead.

Thursday, March 15

The Silent Surge

The big troop surge in Iraq must really be working, judging by the utter silence about it from our friends in the MSM. Did find this link on, but as far as TV news, etc. goes, I haven't heard much. Now you know if it wasn't working, the defeatists would be gleefully harping about it's failure. But you just don't hear much about the surge. That's how I know it must be wildly successful thus far...

Wednesday, March 7

Witch-hunt Update

My blood has really been boiling since I heard the verdict that Libby was guilty. Yet I tried to believe that a jury just wouldn't convict a man of a felony that he could go to jail for unless they truly thought he intentionally lied. Then I read this - Juror # 10 hoping that Bush pardons Libby. In her own words:

Ann: Yeah, I think in the big picture, um, it kind of bothers me that there was this whole big crime being investigated and he got caught up in the investigation as opposed to in the actual crime that was supposedly committed.

Are you frickin' kidding me?? If it bothered you so much, how could you convict? And even this juror says the crime was "supposedly committed." Because there was no crime! Plame was not covert! And if she were and her name was revealed, no one knew what she looked like until she and her husband gleefully posed for magazine covers! Then I've been hearing snippits since the verdict (that I can't confirm yet) that one of the jurors worked for the Washington Post, that the jury sent a note to the judge 10 days into deliberations asking for clarification of exactly what Libby was being charged with, that while the issue of whether Plame was covert could not be debated or argued in court, the prosecution used words like "covert" in his closing remarks, insinuating that Plame was covert. This whole thing was just a joke - and a travesty of justice.

Now the blood is boiling so profusely I think it will start evaporating as I come back to what I always come back to - the hypocrisy of the Democrats. How many AWFUL, ILLEGAL things do they get away with, meanwhile Scooter Libby could go to jail for THIS? How about Rep. Patrick Kennedy CRASHING HIS CAR AT 3 a.m. - obviously wasted, but claiming it was just his perscription meds. NO PROSECUTION for that. Nothing. He walks away. (actually, I think he was given a ride home by the kindly police officers - who we all know would do the same for you and me, right?) How about Sandy Berger stuffing classified documents down his pants? How about Rep. William Jefferson videotaped taking a bribe and the FBI finding $90K in cash inside his freezer?? (He's now on the Homeland Security Committee) The list goes on and on. Where is the media outrage? Where are the months and months of endless coverage about how very evil these people are? Where is their jail time?

As usual, Ann can say it better than me - with even more evidence of this disgusting hypocrisy. She explains why it's illegal to be Republican in her latest column - a MUST READ. And I agree with her - if Bush doesn't pardon Libby, he'll be acting like an even bigger faggot than John Edwards.

Poor Scooter Succumbs to Witch-hunt

Scooter Libby was found guilty on 4 of 5 counts yesterday. You've got to think he wants to just bang his head against the wall for the ridiculous nature of this trial. Essentially, you've got Wilson lying by saying that Cheney sent him to Niger to investigate claims that Saddam was attempting to buy uranium there, then returning to write an op-ed again lying by saying that he found no evidence of this.

First there's the fact that Cheney had nothing to do with Wilson being sent to Niger - don't we the public have a right to know that? Why can't the administration defend itself? Bob Novak was the first one to reveal that it was actually Plame who pushed her husband for this venture and it's now generally accepted that it was Richard Armitage who revealed Plame's identity, not Scooter Libby. So the "crime" wasn't even committed by Libby... that's assuming there was a crime, but the question of whether or not revealing Plame's name was a crime was never part of this trial.

At the end of the day, this never should have went to trial. There was nothing worth investigating. But the jurors have determined that Libby did lie during the investigation and no matter how ridiculous the charges or nature of the investigation are, you just can't lie under oath. All I can say is that I feel for Scooter.