Saturday, September 22, 2007
Luckily, they missed.
God, please help us.
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
Excuse the vulgarity, but what a pussy!
In the beginning of the video you get the loudmouthed, self-righteous arrogance that only the ill-informed Leftist can seem to muster. You get the conspiracy theories of "rigged" elections and "Skull and Bones" and, of course the "impeach Bush" comments. I'd say that he's almost a stereotypical useful idiot but, when they all act the same, is it really a stereotype?
Then you get the "Don't tase me, bro!" comment. What a moron! If you're down on the ground being held by a bunch of cops and you can't finish a sentence without using the word 'bro', your extremely low I.Q. is painfully obvious to all. These are the people who actually believe that they're the "intellectual elite".
If I was a cop, I would have tased him just because of that stupid comment. If you look at the video, I'm not so sure that wasn't the case.
And then you get a minute of him squealing like a little girl: "Ohhh! Ohhhhh! Oh God! Ohhhhhhhh! Oh God!" Come to think of it, that's probably what his cell-mate heard from him in jail, too.
But he is one of the "men" of the Left. Most of their women are tougher than they are. Hell, my eight-year-old daughter is tougher than he is.
Thursday, September 13, 2007
Yes, I have finally reached the point where I agree with the Left: it’s time to pull out.
Time to pull out of the U.N.
They're worse than useless: they actually harm the very people whom they profess to protect. It's nothing more than a corrupt men's club for tyrants, dictators and/or genocidal terrorist nations.
We're wasting our time and money there. It's time to start a new organization that's dedicated to upholding real human rights, freedom and Democracy.
Time to pull out of the Geneva Convention.
Why not? America and its allies are the only countries that pay anything more than lip-service to it anyway.
China holds our pilots in direct contradiction to the Geneva Convention, Iran takes British sailors hostage in direct contradiction to the Geneva Convention, Palestinians, Al Qaeda and Hezbollah hide amongst civilians to escape retribution for intentionally killing other civilians - and I'm pretty sure that beheading your hostages isn't approved anywhere in the articles of the Convention.
The Geneva Convention only works when fighting civilized people. The U.N. only works when it's being run by civilized people. Neither are true today. Both institutions are being used against us by a bunch of savages (and that includes Communist countries such as China).
We don't need (or want) to turn into mirror images of those savages, but there's no reason that we should enable - or dignify - these reprobates by attending their meetings or adhering to archaic rules that force us to let known enemy combatants go free.
Once upon a time there was an organization called The League of Nations. It was the predecessor of the United Nations. It failed and was disbanded. The U.N. has obviously failed, but too many people make too much money from it for it to ever be disbanded.
But that doesn't mean that those of us who believe in truth and freedom can't secede.
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
He didn't have the rifle next to him like he usually does in these videos.
He'll probably start lecturing us on gun-control next. He loves those Democrats!
Monday, September 10, 2007
I would sell my soul to, just once, see someone being interrogated by the likes of Loretta Sanchez, Teddy Kennedy or Barbara Boxer say, "That's a stupid question. Why don't you quit playing to the Kos Kids so that we can get on with this serious business at hand?".
The shrieks of self-righteous, arrogant outrage would be music to the ears of Conservatives, Republicans and, I'm sure, a huge portion of middle America. I guarantee you that the general reaction would be, "It's about time!" The reason that the approval ratings of Congress are so low is that they are seen as arrogant rulers who are not to be questioned by anyone whom they deem to be "beneath" them.
The beauty of it would be that it would be just too juicy for the 24/7 news networks not to play over and over again, showing these people for exactly who they are.
Of course, that person would never be confirmed to anything by the ruling party, but so what? Some day the administration should put somebody up for some confirmation (Attorney General?) who doesn't care whether they get the job or not, just to make that statement.
It'll never happen, of course. It doesn't matter how vicious, insulting and nasty the Democrats get, the Republicans just refuse to play hardball - or even to point out their nastiness. They just sit there and pretend that their honor hasn't just been insulted. They just answer the question.
The Democrats in Congress are no different than the Democrats in the "real world": they are children. And, when they aren't called on their childish behavior, they smirkingly feel like they just got away with something. If, some day, Republicans had the nerve to point out their childishness, the resulting ugly tantrum that they'd throw would be invaluable for showing people just whom they are voting for.
And, more often or not, they were on rusty, old pieces of junk belching out blue smoke into our fragile atmosphere. Maybe not as much as Al Gore's Lear jet trips, but the stupidity and/or blindness to their own hypocrisy is the same.
For lack of anything better to do, and simple curiosity, I did an image search on Yahoo! for "bumper sticker". It was really no surprise when I found that almost every one that had anything to do with politics was from the Leftist point of view:
It's no surprise. As I've always said, for all of their talk of being the "intellectual elite", the vast majority of those on the Left are too stupid to realize how stupid they are. Any argument much beyond "Cheney is Satan" immediately confuses them.
It's the reason that they have no ideas. It's the reason that any "debate" with them shortly turns into sneering false-condescension (born of their insecurity) and personal insults on their part.
It's possible that some of them are actually somewhat intelligent...but they don't know how to think. And the two things are not the same.
Saturday, September 08, 2007
Steve Sack's Aug. 31 cartoon of Fred Thompson "testing the waters" makes me wonder how the ex-senator would govern if he became president. Although it became obvious to everyone that Thompson has been running for president, he refused for months to declare his candidacy so he could maintain secrecy about contributions and not have to abide by the rules that govern declared candidates. Secrecy and disregard for the rule of law have been hallmarks of the Bush administration. The last thing this country needs is more of the same.
- MARY VRABEL, MINNEAPOLIS
How much do you want to bet that this dolt voted for Bill Clinton - twice! - in the 1990's? And how much do you want to bet that, if Hillary is nominated by the Democrat Party, Mary will vote for her, too?
It can't be conscious hypocrisy. It has to be just plain stupidity.
Welcome to the world of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune's Letters to the Editor page. If you're ever out of material for your blog, it's a goldmine.
UPDATE: After a brief search, Mary Vrabel's name just happens to turn up on Peacemakersite.org's list of grant recipients. She's apparently (surprise!) a public school teacher in Minneapolis. It's no wonder that she's blinded by ideology when she's getting financial help from a group who gives out money for things like "Restorative Circles", "Bullying prevention", "Respect", "Anger management" and every other left-wing, feel-good fad out there.
Is it any wonder that inner-city schools are crap?
"It has now become clear to you and the entire world the impotence of the democratic system and how it plays with the interests of the peoples and their blood by sacrificing soldiers and populations to achieve the interests of the major corporations..."
"the reeling of many of you under the burden of interest-related debts, insane taxes and real estate mortgages; global warming and its woes..."
Is it just me, or is everything that Osama bin Laden said the exact same things that Democrat voters read and hear - and believe - in the MSM every day?
Could it be that bin Laden has been closely following the problems with "real estate mortgages" in America?
Osama, like the Democrat voters in this country, apparently has no idea that the media from which they get their "news" is completely biased towards the Democrats. His belief that the MSM in this country actually represents what most people think proves that they absolutely dominate the "news" that comes from America.Its no wonder that he endorses the Democrat Party.
Friday, September 07, 2007
When Steve Cohen, a white man, was elected last year to represent mostly black Memphis in Congress, it was seen as a sign that racial divisions were fading in this Southern city.
But less than a year later, Cohen is facing a movement led by black pastors and political activists to defeat him in 2008 and send a black representative to Washington instead.
"He's not black, and he can't represent me. That's the bottom line," the Rev. Robert Poindexter told a local newspaper after a meeting last week of the Memphis Baptist Ministerial Association at which Cohen was jeered and booed.
The black preachers have other grudges against Cohen: He was the primary force behind the creation of the lottery in Tennessee; he spoke out against a state constitutional amendment banning gay marriage; and he complained about a reference to Jesus in a prayer before a state Senate session.
Hard to pick sides on that one. The ideological stupidity kind of cancels each side out.
We on the Right are the train passing in the night, the airplane flying overhead, the barking dog, the thunderstorm that threatens to wake them from their dream and bring them back to hated reality.
That is why they hate us.