Saturday, October 30, 2004

Liberal Group Equates Vietnam War Heroes with Usama Bin Laden

This ad is what happens when 30+ years of liberalism infects your body: A silly little ad that you'd expect to see on a Saturday Night Live parody of Usama bin Laden.

Here's my letter to them:

Dear Effete Group of Liberals

I'm hoping you'll get enough money to rush your "ad" to the air, as it would be the funniest ad of the campaign. Counting on the gullibility of Minnesotans is a losing proposition, one that you're intimately familiar with. They understand that 254 real menwho actually bled and fought honorably in Vietnam can speak with authority on the issue of John Kerry's service and the effects of his having accused them of the war crimes Kerry himself says he committed. Kerry was also a tool in prolonging the war by meeting and taking direction from our enemy in Vietnam. Had there have been less of you smoking pot, dropping acid and spreading herpes while you helped the Communists win, Vietnam wouldn't wreak with the oozy puss that you're trying to infect on every war we'll fight after it. By the way, actual documents that prove Kerry's treasonous liaisons with the Viet Cong are here.

The world sees the bin Laden vid for what it is, another terrorist endorsement of John Kerry, to add to Arafat, Kim Jong Il, Iran, and France. bin Laden even went so far as to use the liberal talking points frequently heard from the Moore crowd and John Kerry himself. [Try to] think about it: who's done nothing but make UBL's life more difficult the last 4 years, chasing him from hole to hole so effectively that the best bin Laden could come up with was a greasy little video. Doesn't that smack of the same kind of desperation that you're infested with?

Compare that to John Kerry's only 'major military accomplishment' was shooting an injured, fleeing teenager in the back ago, razing villiages, shooting civilians and blowing up food stocks. These are his own words. He had time to do all that between inflicting himselfwith "injuries" and approving his own Purple Hearts. Indeed, Kerry's own website concludes the one of his injuries "may have been self-inflicted."

Osama quakes at the thought of John Kerry, I'm sure. UBL's deathly afraid of having to challenge the mass debater.

The recent unearthing of bin Laden into a video has been a huge boost for Bush. Although Bush hasn't delivered his head on a platter in an acceptable amount of time for the people holding it against him, Americans don't hold that against Bush. But Americans don't forgive Kerry for being a milketoast every day of his life and projecting it on the USA.

Minnesotans have been bathed for months in your desperation. Your ad will only help ice it. I've already placed your ad on my blog and I've had a tremendous response, one that I've very pleased with. It surprised no one that liberals would associate American war heroes with a terrorist slug. I'm sure Bush-Cheney '04 appreciates your hard work and creativity in helping get the Menace elected again. Now, go make a video to help Mark Kennedy, too, will you?

Already enjoying 4 more years,


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Thursday, October 28, 2004

Kerry Allies Begin Summit Without Him

Those endorsing John Kerry have begun a peace summit without him.

Pretty Pony, Bush and a Bird

Why did I find this video so funny? Edwards vs. Bush = Refined vs. Rugged, Dainty vs. Durable, Limp vs. Locked, Counterfeit vs. Authenticity

Red Sox Pitcher, Curt Schilling, on Good Morning America: Vote Bush Next Week.

Red Sox pitcher, Curt Schilling, in an interview with Charlie Gibson on Good Morning America, had this to say about voting on November 2nd:

GIBSON: "Well, well said, Curt and Shonda. You both have certainly lifelong membership now in the Red Sox nation. It was a great thing to watch, and I think everybody – whether they were great Red Sox fans or not -- had to admire what this team did. It was extraordinary, and one of the great stories of sport. And sport always produces such great stories. Curt, Shonda, great to have you with us. Congratulations."
SCHILLING: "And make sure you tell everybody to vote, and vote Bush next week."

The Commander-in-Chief

Hugh Hewitt makes clear why Kerry won't be commander-in-chief. Here's a paragraph:

This week he embraced an already discredited account of missing munitions to attack the reputation of the 3rd Infantry Division and the 101st Airborne. Make no mistake, that is exactly what Kerry is doing when he asserts that deadly weapons went unsecured and unreported as these two divisions rushed to liberate Baghdad. And not just these divisions, but every officer and soldier who had a hand in drawing up the war plan. If the negligence that Kerry charges the military with was real, additional troops would not have made a difference. The initial search would still have been conducted by the 3rd I.D. and the site pronounced clear. The 101st would still have spent 24 hours in the munitions complex before moving on. Kerry cannot avoid owning the latest of many slanders he has launched at the military as a means of wounding the president.

John Kerry's Sports Problem

A site namedFootball Fans For Truth chronicles John Kerry's problem in telling the truth about sports.

As his "favorite Red Sox player" he cited a man who never played for the team. He called the the Packer's stadim "Lambert Field." Kerry has said he's run in multiple Boston Marathons, but no evidence exists and his excuse is laughable.

Find out what John Kerry does with his kill after dove hunting. Poser.

Wednesday, October 27, 2004


This may be a very, very big deal. Reports that Russians helped move materials out of Iraq and into Syria before the U.S. invasion.

ABC and The New York Times ran the "380 tons of missing explosives" story on Monday and illegally conspired with the Kerry campaign so they could get an ad out using a story that had no factual basis. How do we know it had no factual basis? Because we now know that Russia helped Saddam move the explosives at least, and potentially WMD material, to Syria beginning in January.

Bill Gertz from the Washington Times deserves a Pulizter

Russia tied to Iraq's missing arms

By Bill Gertz

Russian special forces troops moved many of Saddam Hussein's weapons and related goods out of Iraq and into Syria in the weeks before the March 2003 U.S. military operation, The Washington Times has learned.

John A. Shaw, the deputy undersecretary of defense for international technology security, said in an interview that he believes the Russian troops, working with Iraqi intelligence, "almost certainly" removed the high-explosive material that went missing from the Al-Qaqaa facility, south of Baghdad.

"The Russians brought in, just before the war got started, a whole series of military units," Mr. Shaw said. "Their main job was to shred all evidence of any of the contractual arrangements they had with the Iraqis. The others were transportation units."

Mr. Shaw, who was in charge of cataloguing the tons of conventional arms provided to Iraq by foreign suppliers, said he recently obtained reliable information on the arms-dispersal program from two European intelligence services that have detailed knowledge of the Russian-Iraqi weapons collaboration.

Most of Saddam's most powerful arms were systematically separated from other arms like mortars, bombs and rockets, and sent to Syria and Lebanon, and possibly to Iran, he said.

The Russian involvement in helping disperse Saddam's weapons, including some 380 tons of RDX and HMX is still being investigated, Mr. Shaw said.

The RDX and HMX, which are used to manufacture high-explosive and nuclear weapons, are probably of Russian origin, he said.

Pentagon spokesman Larry DiRita could not be reached for comment.

The disappearance of the material was reported in a letter Oct. 10 from the Iraqi government to the International Atomic Energy Agency.

Disclosure of the missing explosives Monday in a New York Times story was used by the Democratic presidential campaign of Sen. John Kerry, who accused the Bush administration of failing to secure the material.

Al-Qaqaa, a known Iraqi weapons site, was monitored closely, Mr. Shaw said.

"That was such a pivotal location, Number 1, that the mere fact of [special explosives] disappearing was impossible," Mr. Shaw said. "And Number 2, if the stuff disappeared, it had to have gone before we got there."

The Pentagon disclosed yesterday that the Al-Qaqaa facility was defended by Fedayeen Saddam, Special Republican Guard and other Iraqi military units during the conflict. U.S. forces defeated the defenders around April 3 and found the gates to the facility open, the Pentagon said in a statement yesterday.

A military unit in charge of searching for weapons, the Army's 75th Exploitation Task Force, then inspected Al-Qaqaa on May 8, May 11 and May 27, 2003, and found no high explosives that had been monitored in the past by the IAEA.

The Pentagon said there was no evidence of large-scale movement of explosives from the facility after April 6.

"The movement of 377 tons of heavy ordnance would have required dozens of heavy trucks and equipment moving along the same roadways as U.S. combat divisions occupied continually for weeks prior to and subsequent to the 3rd Infantry Division's arrival at the facility," the statement said.

The statement also said that the material may have been removed from the site by Saddam's regime.

According to the Pentagon, U.N. arms inspectors sealed the explosives at Al-Qaqaa in January 2003 and revisited the site in March and noted that the seals were not broken.

It is not known if the inspectors saw the explosives in March. The U.N. team left the country before the U.S.-led invasion began March 20, 2003.

A second defense official said documents on the Russian support to Iraq reveal that Saddam's government paid the Kremlin for the special forces to provide security for Iraq's Russian arms and to conduct counterintelligence activities designed to prevent U.S. and Western intelligence services from learning about the arms pipeline through Syria.

The Russian arms-removal program was initiated after Yevgeny Primakov, the former Russian intelligence chief, could not convince Saddam to give in to U.S. and Western demands, this official said.

A small portion of Iraq's 650,000 tons to 1 million tons of conventional arms that were found after the war were looted after the U.S.-led invasion, Mr. Shaw said. Russia was Iraq's largest foreign supplier of weaponry, he said.

However, the most important and useful arms and explosives appear to have been separated and moved out as part of carefully designed program. "The organized effort was done in advance of the conflict," Mr. Shaw said.

The Russian forces were tasked with moving special arms out of the country.

Mr. Shaw said foreign intelligence officials believe the Russians worked with Saddam's Mukhabarat intelligence service to separate out special weapons, including high explosives and other arms and related technology, from standard conventional arms spread out in some 200 arms depots.

The Russian weapons were then sent out of the country to Syria, and possibly Lebanon in Russian trucks, Mr. Shaw said.

Mr. Shaw said he believes that the withdrawal of Russian-made weapons and explosives from Iraq was part of plan by Saddam to set up a "redoubt" in Syria that could be used as a base for launching pro-Saddam insurgency operations in Iraq.

The Russian units were dispatched beginning in January 2003 and by March had destroyed hundreds of pages of documents on Russian arms supplies to Iraq while dispersing arms to Syria, the second official said.

Besides their own weapons, the Russians were supplying Saddam with arms made in Ukraine, Belarus, Bulgaria and other Eastern European nations, he said.

"Whatever was not buried was put on lorries and sent to the Syrian border," the defense official said.

Documents reviewed by the official included itineraries of military units involved in the truck shipments to Syria. The materials outlined in the documents included missile components, MiG jet parts, tank parts and chemicals used to make chemical weapons, the official said.

The director of the Iraqi government front company known as the Al Bashair Trading Co. fled to Syria, where he is in charge of monitoring arms holdings and funding Iraqi insurgent activities, the official said.

Also, an Arabic-language report obtained by U.S. intelligence disclosed the extent of Russian armaments. The 26-page report was written by Abdul Tawab Mullah al Huwaysh, Saddam's minister of military industrialization, who was captured by U.S. forces May 2, 2003.

The Russian "spetsnaz" or special-operations forces were under the GRU military intelligence service and organized large commercial truck convoys for the weapons removal, the official said.

Regarding the explosives, the new Iraqi government reported that 194.7 metric tons of HMX, or high-melting-point explosive, and 141.2 metric tons of RDX, or rapid-detonation explosive, and 5.8 metric tons of PETN, or pentaerythritol tetranitrate, were missing.

The material is used in nuclear weapons and also in making military "plastic" high explosive.

Defense officials said the Russians can provide information on what happened to the Iraqi weapons and explosives that were transported out of the country. Officials believe the Russians also can explain what happened to Iraq's weapons of mass destruction programs.

Norm Coleman on the Dems' Double-Speak

In the small part of the country that is Minnesota, one get the chance see and hear Kerry/Edwards while they're here and contrast that to what they say and do everywhere else. The rhetoric is group-specific and their story changes based on their audience.

Here's a perfect example from Sen Norm Coleman's story in the Strib:

Last Tuesday, Sen. John Edwards told folks in Hibbing that he and Sen. John Kerry would fight for their right to "go in the national parks and national forests and ride on a snowmobile."

But then here's what the Kerry/Edwards website says about the same subject:
"John Kerry will reinstate the Clinton Administration's phase-out of noisy and polluting snowmobiles that have been overrunning some of our most precious lands, including Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park." The Web site goes on to explain that snowmobiles and recreational vehicles simply "do not mix with sensitive wildlife resources and our nation's most treasured wild places."

The entire article has more examples of their double-speak.

The Numbers Don't Lie.

Those pesky facts on the cost of war.

Insanity by the Numbers

Dick McDonald

My friends and some of the other variety are absolutely victims of immateriality. Deaths in Iraq, deficits, stolen munitions, draft, economic malaise, and others. Moms are worried, the economy is a disaster and as the Manhattan elite put it, "If Bush wins, the world as we know it will end". Well I have never seen such insignificant and immaterial numbers be blown into such world shattering proportions.

Stolen Munitions. Wow, 380 tons of munitions at 1 munition dump 20 miles south of Baghdad are missing. Forget the fact that these munitions went missing before our troops captured that dump. What's 380 out of the 400,000 tons already recovered at 1 dump out of 10,000 dumps already identified. Paul Bremer says that Saddam purchased almost 1,000,000 tons of munitions, mostly from France, China and Germany. Now, John Kerry calls for Bush's scalp for the 380 tons. Numerically brain-dead.

Deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan. Wow, we have conducted and won two wars and lost less than 300 soldiers in the hot portion of those wars. Apparently the hand-wringers are in a catatonic fit about it. Forget that we lost 58,000 in Vietnam, 50,000 in Korea and 300,000 in WWII. It goes to show that if the NYT has the immaterial and insignificant to blow into a worldwide controversy, they will lie, deceive and omit the issue to their anti-American end.

Deficits. Conservatives are wild about Bush's failure to veto any spending bill in his first term. Discarding the issue that the legislature only asked him to sign what Bush had previously approved, the importance of this particular deficit is totally immaterial and insignificant. Americans GDP is running at $11.7 Trillion this year. A $415 Billion deficit is just about 4% thereof. Now with a war, stock-market bubble bursting, recession-fighting, accounting scandals, tax cuts, etc., please give me a break. Has it driven up interest rates. No. This deficit is immaterial and insignificant. And have you forgotten that the net worth of households and non-profit orgs is running at an annual increase of $3.2 Trillion.

Draft. Why a draft. There is no reason. Just a scare tactic by the Democrat scoundrels. Why have 400,000 boots on the ground. We won the Afghan war with less than 10,000. And in many cases major encounters were won with air power and small special ops troops. We are now in the era of digital wars. Our capabilities are so sophisticated that no one left Baghdad even though we were bombing day and night. Adults should look at the numbers and get real.

The Economy. John Kerry says the economy is a mess. Gee, A third of every dollar spent in the world ends up in an American's bank account. What a mess? What a greedy ingrate this Lurch is. He has no executive experience. No concept of the job he is a pretender for. Elevating him to Commander in Chief is tantamount to putting a bus driver in charge of Harvard. His managerial skill is questionable, suspect and untested. Unemployment at 5.4%. Wow. Best percentage in 20 years. Kerry's Hoover comparison is mindless.

Too bad the LDO Demomedia spins these issues in Kerry's favor. Our democracy doesn't exist as long as this disparity continues.
posted by DICK MCDONALD 3:45 PM

Arafat About to Kick the Bucket?

John Kerry may be losing Yasser Arafat's endorsement.

No, Arafat isn't pulling for Nader, The Jerusalem Post reports that the PLO leader may be lawn fertilizer soon. Seems he's a bit under the weather...

Palestinian sources in Ramallah said Wednesday night that there has been a serious deterioration in Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat's health.

The sources said a number of Palestinian officials were summoned urgently to Arafat's Mukata compound in Ramallah following reports that Arafat has lost consciousness.

Arafat has become many things in this world, none of them constructive. He's become the most prominent terrorist in the Middle East by encouraging the slaughter of Jewish kids on schoolbusses. Arafat has become a model for dictators interested in using hunger and desperation as a weapons of oppression, while swindling billions of dollars in aid as "Palestinians" suffer. He even won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1994. I'm looking forward to what he'll be next. A corpse.

Kerry Probes Clinton

"Go ahead, John, but only one at a time."

Thailand: 78 Muslim Rioters Die in Police Custody

Tasteless joke alert: Arrested and on their way to jail for violently protesting prosecution of their terrorist pals, 78 muslim rioters suffocated in the back of the police transport vehicles. Wanna know the really sad part? The truck could have fit more rioters.

I'm weeping in my lap right now. It seems 78 muslim rioters suffocated in transport to a Thai jail before they could have been subjected to the same horrific 'torture' of barking dogs, female underwear and naked pyramids that the poor terrorists at Abu Grahib had to endure.

I'm satisfied with the alternative.

Truth about Iraq : Myths and Facts

In the final days before the election, don't take George Bush's word on Iraq and certainly don't take John Kerry's. Take the word of the Iraqi people.

Power Line: Voter Fraud in Wisconsin

">Documented voter fraud in Wisconsin. Guess who??

Is This Going to be the Ultimate October Surprise?

It's probably not worth getting all revved up about, but the South Asia Tribune reports an FBI agent made an urgent flight to New Delhi to investigate a possible bin Laden sighting in Pakistan.

If you can't beat 'em, kill 'em

More evidence liberalism is a mental disorder, a man in Florida tried to run down a Republican Congresswoman with his Caddy. He's quoted as saying, "I was exercising my political expression." Freak.

Some more.

And lots, lots, more. This time involving the US Postal Service and 60,000 missing absentee ballots. Postal Service: Union + Government Employees = Kerry Votes. Any wonder 60,000 ballots from conservative counties disappeared?

Kerry's Cozy Relationship with Viet Cong Unveiled on FOX Tonight.

I first posted this story yesterday about John Kerry's tight relationship with the Viet Cong. The journalist will be on Brit Hume's show tonight, 5 central, with more facts. Here's some historical persepective on it.

Bill Clinton once said, "Facts are not attacks." Under that assumption, using Kerry's record against him isn't negative and isn't dirty. It's simply using his own history of blaming America first and his hostility to the idea that the United States of America just may be the greatest force of good in the world. But when that good need to be reinforced through application of strength, John Kerry and the other effete [love that word] liberals get "uncomfortable" with what they term "US imperialism."

Listen, if we wanted to 'rule' the world, we could. There isn't a place on the planet we couldn't infiltrate with that horrible thing called 'capitalism' and plant Wal-Marts and TGI Friday's on every other corner. Liberals love America? BS. They love the ability to use the liberty fighting for freedom has provided to denigrate the people that provide it for them. They support the troops but not the mission? Double BS. Do they also support teachers but oppose learning?

New Kerry Ad Confirms Going into Iraq Was Great Decision

This Kerry ad confirms the vision of George Bush to pre-empt futher treachery by Saddam. Kerry admits there were dangerous materials in Iraq that could be used in terrorist attacks, confirming that Saddam and his weapons were a threat despite his having said "Saddam posed no threat" and "wrong war, wrong place, wrong time."

Now that we know the explosives were gone before the US invasion The real story is that the IAEA refused to destroy the material in 1995, at the request of the UN weapons inspectors.

Kerry continues proving his contempt for the military by taking the word over the IAEA over the word of the US military. It also brings up reasonable questions about further collusion between the New York Times, CBS and Kerry, Inc. when the attack ad follows the 'breaking' of the 'story' 2 days later

Tuesday, October 26, 2004

Another Bomb. Kerry plagiarized goverment fact sheets in his book and campaign.

In his 1997 book and now in his campaign literature, Kerry Inc. lifted whole paragraphs from government fact sheets.

More Proof 380 Tons Could NOT Have Been Taken Due to US Military Neglect

See the entire piece here. Captain Ian Dodgson, an expert in the kind of logistics required to move materials, shows the NYT piece accusing military incompetence to be a fraud.

Unfortunately for the New York Times, no one gave a thought about the logistics of the notion that small bands of insurgents made off with 380 tons of explosives under the noses of the Coalition with no one noticing. CQ reader and retired Army Reserve Captain Ian Dodgson got paid to think about logistics, and he did some "cocktail-napkin" math that escaped the geniuses at the Paper of Record:

We're familiar with the NY Times story and the IAEA accusations that the "missing" explosives were looted from the Al-Qaqaa military base due to US negligence in securing the facility.

If I were a guerilla "looter" and I was planning such an operation from a military standpoint, here's what the task would require:


-Each "looter" could haul comfortably about 25 pounds per trip to a truck. (of course after 12 hours that would require superhuman endurance)

-I'd allow 5 minutes per round trip to the truck

-Work day 12 hours

-assume security breaks down 1 week after war starts (that allows 2
weeks before the US troops arrive)

-each pickup truck can carry about 1/4 ton of explosives (I did a quick calculation based upon the dimensions and weight of a block of C-4 and the dimensions of an average small pickup) and it takes 15 minutes to either load or unload the truck.

-the secure hiding place for 380 tons of explosives is 30 minutes away.


-380 tons / [((12hrs/dayX60min/hr) / (5 min per load)) X (25 lbs per load) X 14 days] = 15 loaders X 2 = 30 loaders/unloaders

-30 loaders/unloaders times 200% for breaks, rest, inefficiency, etc. = 60 loaders and unloaders.

-380 tons / [(12hrs/day / 1 hr/round trip,load,unload) X (.25 tons per trip) X 14 days] = 10 trucks and drivers X 1.5 (contingency) = 15 trucks and drivers.

-4 trucks + 10-15 men to supply water, food and other logistical

Total = 19-20 trucks, 90 men working continuously for two weeks to "loot" facility.

Bottom line this operation would take the resources of AN ENTIRE COMPANY (approx. 100 men) OVER TWO WEEKS, good Intel to know exactly where the "right" explosives were hidden and a means of breaching huge steel doors and concrete of an ASP.

And all of this would have to be done in an area with numerous intel overflights that would be looking for exactly this kind of activity in the combat zone, and not get noticed at all. Like so much of what the New York Times, CBS, and the Kerry campaign feeds us ... it just doesn't add up.

Documents: Kerry Took Direction From Viet Cong in His Secret Trips to Paris in 1971

This is going to be the most exciting week of my life. While most emotionally stable people are looking forward to the end of the election and a return to the relative tranquility of the post-election, I'm frantically charged about the organized chaos about to be unchained. All the king's horses and all the king's men, won't be able to put Kerry back together again. I've allowed myself 72 hours of gloating when it's all over, but I may parse them out over the next 4 years of Bush.

Kerry laid his own land-mine field of untruths and this week he'll hope he remember where he buried each of them. Unlike the impotent Democrat attacks on Bush, the things we'll read about John Kerry in the final week will do irreparable damage because they have the luxury of truth.

In the first of what will be the Longest Week in John Kerry's life, he'll realize the consequences of his poor decisions of yesteryear. The first: His now-documented secret trip to Paris in 1971. The Viet Cong gave guidance to Kerry on how best to arrange the anti-war movement back in the US.

We know he gave aid and comfort to the enemy by slandering all soldiers as baby killers, but most of us didn't know he was getting encouragement from the enemy he now tells us he "fought just like he would the terrorists."

The Explosives Were Gone Before We Arrived

Power Line debunk's the NYT's story that US military passed over 380 tons of explosives that were eventually looted.

Hugh Hewitt has more on how this hurts Kerry because he's pushing this non-story.

Monday, October 25, 2004

Kerry tells ISBN he was at Game 6 of '86 World Series in New York. Newspaper proves he was in Boston.

Game 6, made hyper-famous from Bill Buckner's famous booting of a grounder to first, was at Shea Stadium October 25, 1986. John Kerry told ESPN that he was 30 feet away from the error heard 'round the world. In his mind, I'm sure he was, in the same way Kerry says he's run in multiple Boston Marathons, of which there's no record. Goddard's Political Wire puts John Kerry at a Boston fundraiser.

This guy is a walking parody. It must be horribly hard to lug that massive ego around all day, so you'd think John Kerry would become fatigued enough to continue telling such easily disproven lies.

Now in the later stages of Forrest Gump Complex, John Kerry feels the need to magically insert himself into history's most important moments. Considering his two biggest accomplishments are marrying two people who's combined wealth are greater than France's Gross Domestic Product, this is understood. Kerry's taking up space on earth has been of such monumental insignificance that he feels a compulsion to invent delusions of grandiosity to synthetically enhance the waste that is his life.

If an interviewer ever asked Kerry where he was the day we landed on the moon, you'd get the feeling he's tell us he watched it all from the landing craft.

380 Tons of Missing Explosives - But When?

No doubt you're hearing about the 380 tons of "missing" high explosives in Iraq. The eternal pessimist, John Kerry, blamed Bush.

What makes Kerry's charges so irresponsible is that these high explosives were likely moved in the months leading up to war, while we secured both the approval of the UN and John Kerry to use force. Or, they were moved immediately when we proceeded with the pounding.

While France, China, Germany and Russia were intentionally making a UN resolution difficult because of their business alliances in the corrupt Oil For Food program, would have easily been able to remove anything from anywhere and move them to sympathetic muslim countries. Whether conventional weapons, or WMD, getting it in a few trucks would be very easy.

UPDATE: NBC reports that the site was inspected by the 101st Airborne and the munitions that were there were subsequently destroyed.

Liz Edwards: Rioting only OK after Bush win.

Lizzie Edwards expects rioting after a Kerry defeat.

What else would you expect from people who will do this kind of stuff and shoot at Bush campaing HQ or the AFL-CIO ransacking Bush HQ in a handful of states, including Minnesota.

Over the next week, I'll log about 15 volunteer hours at Bush HQ. I'm looking forward for the chance to meet any some of the AFL-CIO slugs, who's official motto is: Union Workers - Half the work, twice the price.

U.N. Members Confirm Kerry is Lying About Having Met Before Iraq Vote

John Kerry has been caught telling another imaginary story. This time about having met with the U.N. Security Council before the vote to authorize use of force in Iraq.

He said he did. They say he didn't.

Saturday, October 23, 2004

Video of Lawrence O'Donnell shouting down a Vietnam Veteran

Thisis what happens when the facts of corraborated stories from 154 Vietnam Veterans concerning Kerry's service aren't convenient for a Democratic opponent. The veteran gets shouted down on MSNBC's Scarborough Country by a man who obviously wants to keep you from the story.

If you want to know what 154 + men who served along side John Kerry think of his service and his character, go to Swift See the ads, read a little about them. After years of silence, these brave men finally have a voice to counter the slanderous accustions Kerry made upon return from Vietnam, where Kery called all of them war criminals.

Kerry admits he committed war crimes in 1971 Senate Foreign Relations Committee 'testimony' to what he saw happening in Vietnam.

Kerry's false statments that atrocities were...

"...not isolated incidents but crimes committed on a day-to-day basis with the full awareness of officers at all levels of command...."

These recorded statements were played back to POW's in Vietnam. Many of the above men were tortured to 'admit' what John Kerry said was true.

His contempt for the military was palpable then and his voting record over 30 years shows us nothing has changed, most recently the $87B to support our troops.

Friday, October 22, 2004

John Kerry Captures the Axis of Evil Endorsement.

Front Page Magazine lists the countries supporting each of this year's presidential candidates. Don't forget that the Comminist Party USA has also endorsed Kerry.

- You shall judge of a man by his foes as well as by his friends. - Joseph Conrad in the novel Lord Jim.

Socialists, Terrorists and Communists for Kerry:
North Korea
Communist China
Palestinian Authority
Socialist Spain

Capitalism, Democracy and Liberty for Bush:
The Philippines
South Korea


Proving his knowledge of Midwest speech patterns by asking a clerk in Boardman, Ohio, "Where can I get me a huntin' license," Kerry continues to make friends through his charm and finesse.

Read this link at Powerline and see the picture. Kerry said 'everyone got one.' I see 4 guys, 3 geese. Not a trigonometry major, I'm having a problem with the math. Even giving him the benefit of the doubt, he said he was "too lazy" to carry a 10-pound water fowl. You'd think lugging around his mug would be ample training.

I may loose sleep tonight wondering if Kerry used the same "trusty 12-gauge double-barrel" he uses to crawl around hunting deer with illegal ammunition. Now, I've been deer hunting less than one time. Yet, just by knowing someone who has, I know that nobody other than John Kerry's imagination has never brandished a 12-gauge double-barrel to kill an antlered land-mammal.

I get the feeling that if Federation of Figure Skating we a large voting bloc, Kerry conjure another imaginary story about his wicked slap-shot.

You're only fooling the dummies, John.

The Florida Myth - Spinning tales about 2000 to boost black turnout.

Contrast the Dem's disenfranchisement/intimidation imagination already instructed their followers to declare - even when untrue.

It's the classic liberal strategy, FEEL something strongly enough as to fool yourself into trying to fool others. Some fact is generally enough to immunize most people from liberal ideology, but liberals generally regard their emotions as supreme to contrary fact.

Kerry hopes the phantom charges of voter intimidation perpetuated by Republicans in 2000 will rile the base to get out and vote while preparing the courts for the lawsuits.

Vancouver Muslim leader calls Jews 'monkeys and swine'

If you had any doubts about what good muslims are supposed to do, read this story about a muslim mosque leader and what he had to say about martyrdom and Jews.

Call me paranoid, but he says a good muslim will show their jihadi love to Allah by killing infidels. Another confirmation that muslims are like pit bulls. Some may not be violent death machines, but you never know when the bred-in violence will make them snap.

Pennsylvania Governor Refusing Military Votes

Democratic Governor Rendell of Pennsylvania is refusing a second absentee ballot and a 2 week extension for 16,000 Pennsylvania soldiers overseas. Yet, he's working overtime taking special care to assist prison inmates to fill out their absentee ballots, making sure they can spell K-E-R-R-Y.

PA sent the absentee ballots a month late, they say, because they had yet to determine if people would be able to waste a vote by having Ralph Nader on the ballot. It's no secret 75% of soldiers support Bush. PA's intentionally slow pace of getten Nader off the ballot accomplished their real goal of silencing Bush voters.

Wait a minute! I just read this report from the AP. The soldiers will have the ability to vote electronically, thanks in no part to Governor Rendell.

Wednesday, October 20, 2004

Theresa Heinz-Kerry to Moms: You don't have real jobs.

In addition to overlooking the commonly known fact that Laura Bush was a teacher and librarian, Theresa Heinz Kerry doesn't think Laura's ever had a real job. Hugh Hewitt has more on the subject.

PREVIEW: Dying for the United Nations

John Kerry says that without the appoval of the UN, American loss of life in any conflict would be in vain. In other words, only if France gives a thumbs-up to war, are American lives valuable.

In 1994, discussing the possibility of U.S. troops being killed in Bosnia, he said, "If you mean dying in the course of the United Nations effort, yes, it is worth that. If you mean dying American troops unilaterally going in with some false presumption that we can affect the outcome, the answer is unequivocally no."

Kerry would, in fact, submit our foreign policy to a "global test."

Indoctrinating US 3rd graders into Muslim Faith

Pupils from a muslim [intentionally lower-case] school in Virginia will visit classes across town to teach 3-5th graders about islam and teach them muslim prayers.

Prayer in schools is now only acceptable if you're praying in the faith that requires the good practitioners to kill infidels. Thank you, Supreme Court!

No word yet on whether they'll suspend the school's weapon policy in order to teach the little infidels lessons in packing bomb belts or weilding box cutters, for a comprehensive lesson on islam.

I'd encourage these Virginia parents to schedule Ham Sandwich Hayday, Pig-Out on Pork Parade or a Bacon Breakfast to coincide with the muslim infiltration.

Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Edwards: Iraq War Created Terror Haven

John Edwards sees a problem with what's happening in Iraq and derides Bush by crying:

“He’s [Bush] created something that didn’t exist before the war in Iraq — he’s created a haven for terrorists” and "terrorists are pouring into Iraq."

Hey John, that's the frickin' point! Instead of Ali Babba splattering Starbucks' sippers in Seattle, we'd rather spank 'em in Sadr City. Killing terrorists is much more convenient when they make themselves uber-accessable.

Terrorists pouring into Iraq? Perfect!

For the illiterate @$$holes who don't know where to find the coalition, the address is I-R-A-Q. Come out from under those rocks and stop molesting the dromedaries you fanatic pricks! Allah wants to meet you and the we'll arrange the meeting! By the way, Mohammed, your 72 virgins weren't that good and I pissed in your river of honey. Enjoy eternity!

The stakes in election '04.

Know the consequences of your vote.

Daily Record (Ellensburg, Washington)
Wed. Oct. 6, 2004.
by Mathew Manweller

In that this will be my last column before the presidential
election there will be no sarcasm, no attempts at witty repartee.

The topic is too serious, and the stakes are too high.
This November we will vote in the only election during our
lifetime that will truly matter. Because America is at a
once-in-a-generation crossroads, more than an election hangs in the balance.

Down one path lies retreat, abdication and a reign of ambivalence. Down the other lies a nation that is aware of its past and accepts the daunting obligation its future demands.

If we choose poorly, the consequences will echo through the
next 50 years of history.

If we, in a spasm of frustration, turn out the current occupant of the White House, the message to the world and ourselves will be twofold.

First, we will reject the notion that America can do big things.

Once a nation that tamed a frontier, stood down the Nazis and stood upon the moon, we will announce to the world that bringing democracy to the Middle East is too big of a task for us. But more significantly, we will signal to future presidents that as voters, we are unwilling to tackle difficult challenges, preferring caution to boldness, embracing the mediocrity that has characterized other civilizations.

The defeat of President Bush will send a chilling message to future presidents who may need to make difficult, yet unpopular decisions. America has always been a nation that rises to the demands of history regardless of the costs or appeal. If we turn away from that legacy, we turn away from who we are.

Second, we inform every terrorist organization on the globe that the lesson of Somalia was well learned. In Somalia we showed terrorists that you don't need to defeat America on the battlefield whenyou can defeat them in the newsroom. They learned that a wounded America can become a defeated America. Twenty-four-hour news stations and daily tracing polls will do the heavy lifting, turning a cut into a fatal blow. Except that Iraq is Somalia times 10.

The election of John Kerry will serve notice to every terrorist in every cave that the soft underbelly of American power is the timidity of American voters. Terrorists will know that a steady stream of grizzly photos for CNN is all you need to break the will of the American people. Our own self-doubt will take it from there. Bin Laden will recognize that he can topple any American administration without setting foot on the homeland.

It is said that America's WW II generation is its 'greatestgeneration.' But my greatest fear is that it will become known as America's 'last generation'. Born in the bleakness of the Great Depression and hardened in the fire of WW II, they may be the last American generation that understands the meaning of duty, honor and sacrifice. It is difficult to admit, but I know these terms are spoken with only hollow detachment by many (but not all) in my generation. Too many citizens today mistake 'living in America' as 'being an American'. But America has always been more of an idea than a place. When you sign on, you do more than buy real estate. You accept a set of values andresponsibilities.

This November, my generation, which has been absent too long, must grasp the obligation that comes with being an American, or fade into the oblivion they may deserve. I believe that 100 years from now historians will look back at the election of 2004 and see it as the decisive election of our century.

Depending on the outcome, they will describe it as the moment America joined the ranks of ordinary nations; or they will describe it as the moment the prodigal sons and daughters of the greatest generation accepted their burden as caretakers of the “City on the Hill."

Ashley's Story

From a 527 organization supporting George Bush, comes this commercial about how the President gave her comfort after losing her mother in the World Trade Center.

Telling video of John Edwards.

Ever seen video footage of John Edwards getting himself ready for a TV interview? Anyone who can work a make-up compact and flip his hair with such feminine finesse is the the kind of guy we need as the vice prez.

Yasser Arafat endorses Kerry

Kerry has been such an effective campaigner that Yasser Arafat is endorsing him for president.

Maybe it's John Kerry's charisma, winning personality or maybe he sees himself in Kerry's effete nature. Whatever his reasoning, Yasser Arafat has rightly determined that his job of wiping the Jews off the planet would be much, much easier with a John Kerry administration.

Monday, October 18, 2004

Great things happening in Iraq.

This is a letter from Ray Reynolds, a medic in the Iowa Army National Guard, serving in Iraq.

As I head off to Baghdad for the final weeks of my stay in Iraq, I wanted to say thanks to all of you who did not believe the media. They have done a very poor job of covering everything that has happened. I am sorry that I have not been able to visit all of you during my two week leave back home. And just so you can rest at night knowing something is happening in Iraq that is noteworthy, I thought I would pass this on to you. This is the list of things that has happened in Iraq recently: (Please share it with your friends and compare it to the version that your paper is producing.)

* Over 400,000 kids have up-to-date immunizations.
* School attendance is up 80% from levels before the war.
* Over 1,500 schools have been renovated and rid of the weapons stored there so education can occur.
* The port of Uhm Qasar was renovated so grain can be off-loaded from ships faster.
* The country had its first 2 billion barrel export of oil in August.
* Over 4.5 million people have clean drinking water for the first time ever in Iraq.
* The country now receives 2 times the electrical power it did before the war.
* 100% of the hospitals are open and fully staffed, compared to 35% before the war.
* Elections are taking place in every major city, and city councils are in place.
* Sewer and water lines are installed in every major city.
* Over 60,000 police are patrolling the streets.
* Over 100,000 Iraqi civil defense police are securing the country.
* Over 80,000 Iraqi soldiers are patrolling the streets side by side with US soldiers.
* Over 400,000 people have telephones for the first time ever
* Students are taught field sanitation and hand washing techniques to prevent the spread of germs.
* An interim constitution has been signed.
* National Elections are scheduled in January for the first time ever .
* Girls are allowed to attend school.
* Textbooks that don’t mention Saddam are in the schools for the first time in 30 years.

Don’t believe for one second that these people do not want us there. I have met many, many people from Iraq that want us there, and in a bad way. They say they will never see the freedoms we talk about but they hope their children will. We are doing a good job in Iraq and I challenge anyone, anywhere to dispute me on these facts. So If you happen to run into John Kerry, be sure to give him my email address and send him to Denison, Iowa. This soldier will set him straight. If you are like me and very disgusted with how this period of rebuilding has been portrayed, email this to a friend and let them know there are good things happening.

Ray Reynolds, SFC
Iowa Army National Guard
234th Signal Battalion

Thank you Mr. Reynolds, you are all in our prayers.

Kerry excomminicated from Catholic Church

John Kerry supports abortion and believes taxpayers should pick up the tab for exterminating babies of low-income Americans.

Well, it seems that the Vatican has a little something to say about that. Key exerpt:

That communication provides a basis, he said, to declare that any Catholic politician who says he is "personally opposed to abortion, but supports a woman's right to choose," incurs automatic excommunication. It also provided a basis for Balestrieri to broaden his canonical actions and file additional complaints against four more pro-abortion Catholic politicians: Democrat Senators Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts and Tom Harkin of Iowa; Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine; and former New York Governor Mario Cuomo, a Democrat.

The current action could be significant as it could undercut the entire debate over denying Communion to pro-abortion politicians. An excommunicated Catholic may not receive any of the sacraments of the Church, including the Eucharist, marriage, and even Christian burial. The type of excommunication outlined in the new information is called latae sententiae, which means that it occurs automatically and does not require a formal pronouncement by any Church official.

Paratrooper Who Lost Leg in War Re-Enlists

Those darn soldiers aren't playing by the liberal handbook. Iraq was supposed to be a quagmire, but it seems that 4 soldiers who lost limbs in Iraq are re-enlisting with the intention of again joining the fight. They could really believe that strongly in the cause, could they?

Thank you Mr. Perez. I'm humbled by your unselfishness.

Crack heads for Kerry.

Paying for voter registrations with crack.

Mon Oct 18 2004 13:26:03 ET

October 18, 2004

The Defiance County Sheriff's Office arrested Chad Staton, age 22, of Stratton Ave., Defiance, on a charge of False Registration, in Violation of Section 3599.11 of the Ohio Revised Code, a felony of the fifth degree.

The SheriffÕs Office alleges that Staton filled out over 100 voter registration forms that were fictitious. Staton was to be paid for each registration form that he could get citizens to fill out. However, Staton himself filled out the registrations and returned them to the woman who hired him from Toledo, Ohio. Deputies allege that Staton was paid crack cocaine for the falsified registrations.

Defiance Deputies along with Toledo Police Department detectives conducted a search warrant of a residence on Woodland in Toledo, believed to be the home of the woman who hired Staton to solicit voter registration. Officers confiscated drug paraphernalia along with voter registration forms from the home. The occupant of the home, Georgianne Pitts, age 41, advised law enforcement, along with Ohio B.C.I.&I., that she had been recruited by Thaddeus J. Jackson, II, of Cleveland, to obtain voter registrations. Pitts admitted to paying Staton crack cocaine for the registrations in lieu of money.

A business card provided by Pitts indicated that Jackson is the Assistant NVF Ohio Director of the NAACP National Voter Fund.

The initial complaint received by the Sheriff's Office came from the Defiance County Board of Elections. The Board had received the 100 plus registration forms from the Cuyahoga Board of Elections that had been submitted to the Cuyahoga Board by the NAACP National Voter Fund.

Why Bush and not Kerry?

President Bush understands that national security and foreign policy aren't a popularity contest. It's all a contest for survival. Kerry believes that if America were nominated Ms. Congeniality, the planet would begin to love us.

Not true. The US has been the central envy of the planet for two seconds longer than it took the first country to resent our success. I believe an analogy can be made between foreign policy and highschool (playground politics). The Bushes get it, the Kerrys don't.

The bully (terrorism) is never the strongest kid in school. He intimidates others through projection of false strength. When the bully steals kid's lunch tickets, gives wedgies and shoves others in lockers, the Kerry's of the world hide from the chance of being next. And with their narcissistic worldview, Kerrys are compelled to see bullying as someone else's problem and therefore aren't comfortable sticking up for someone else - even if their determined strength could overcome the bully. Kerrys will tolerate the nuisance as long as they don't miss too many meals.

When the Kerry's finally see the underside of a toilet bowl at the hands of the bully, they wonder what they did to deserve the bully's contempt. In a vain cry for acceptance through appeasement, the Kerry's begin doing the bully's homework and supplementing his lunch income. Peace through coercion. It may work, until the bully makes further demands.

Sometimes the bully picks on the wrong kid, a Bush. Maybe it takes a few times, maybe just once. Maybe the Bush sees another kid being shoe-horned into a garbage can. A Bush knows a bully doesn't respond to a conversation or summit, but they will respond to a shot in the snot locker, preceded by a brief warning. When the bully tastes his own blood running down the back of his throat, the implications of his unacceptable behavior are better understood. The ancillary benefit is that other bullies vicariously see consequences. Bushes aren't uncomfortable possessing superior firepower and they understand the responsibility and the nobility is using it on a matter of principle to defend themselves and others in a noble crusade opposing the bully.

Some battles will be won, some lost. Not everyone will agree with the use of ANY force. Yet, the Bushes still fight for the people who resent them for trying.

Police Call on Kerry to Stop Misrepresenting Their Support

President of nation's largest police uniontells Kerry to stop misrepresenting their support.

WASHINGTON, Oct. 14 /U.S. Newswire/ — Today Chuck Canterbury, the President of the nation’s largest police labor organization, called on John Kerry to stop making misleading statements regarding his support from the law enforcement community. Both on the campaign trail and in Wednesday night’s debate in Tempe, AZ, Senator Kerry has alluded that he has the support of the majority of these brave men and women.

“As the elected leader of the largest organization representing America’s Federal, State and local law enforcement officers, I believe it’s important to point out yet again that we do not support his candidacy for President,” Canterbury said. “And to be perfectly frank, the groups which do support him actually share the same membership rolls and, taken together, probably comprise less than one-quarter of our nation’s police officers.”

Canterbury further noted that unlike the organizations which Senator Kerry touts, F.O.P. members as a whole decided that the Fraternal Order of Police would endorse the reelection of President George W. Bush. They based their decision, he said, on the record of the Bush Administration in supporting America’s first responders-including helping to secure passage earlier this year of H.R. 218, the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act, the organization’s top legislative priority. Bush also successfully fought to greatly enhance the benefits for the families of officers killed in the line of duty.

“While Kerry was flying around the country campaigning and leaving the actual work of the nation to his colleagues in the Senate, the President was out there working on our behalf,” Canterbury said. “Senators Kerry and Edwards have missed so many crucial votes this Congress that I was beginning to believe there were only 98 members of the U.S. Senate.”

Canterbury also said it was the height of irony that Kerry would use his position on the reauthorization of the assault weapons ban as a reflection of his support from police.

“First, if a police officer is killed by an AK-47, Kerry would oppose the death penalty for the killer,” Canterbury said. “In addition, where was he when this issue was being discussed in the 108th Congress? Where was he when we were working to pass H.R. 218? When it came time to help push for final passage of legislation important to law enforcement, Senator Kerry was regrettably A.W.O.L.”

“Given the facts, I would greatly appreciate it if Senator Kerry would refrain from making similar whimsical assertions regarding his support from the law enforcement community,” Canterbury said. “The real majority of my fellow officers are standing behind President Bush, because he has been there for us.”

The Fraternal Order of Police is the nation’s largest law enforcement labor organization, with more than 318,000 members.

Sunday, October 17, 2004

Kerry has passed 5 bills in 20 years

Check out the 5 bills Kerry passed in 20 years of taking up space in the Senate. At this pace, Kerry will have a distinguished senate carrer, by 2084.

* S.791: Authorizes $53 million over four years to provide grants to woman-owned small businesses. (1999)

* S.1206: Names a federal building in Waltham, Massachusetts after Frederick C. Murphy, who was killed in action during World War II and awarded (posthumously) the Medal of Honor. (1994)

* S.1636: A save-the-dolphins measure aiming“to improve the program to reduce the incidental taking of marine mammals during the course of commercial fishing operations.” (1994)

* S.1563: Funding the National Sea Grant College Program, which supports university-based research, public education, and other projects “to promote better understanding, conservation and use of America’s coastal resources.” (1991)

* S.423: Granting a visa and admission to the U.S. as a permanent resident to Kil Joon Yu Callahan. (1987)

He was also author of two bills that became law in modified form:

* H.R.1900 (S.300): Awarded a congressional gold medal to Jackie Robinson (posthumously), and called for a national day of recognition. (2003)

* H.R.1860 (S.856): Increased the maximum research grants for small businesses from $500,000 to $750,000 under the Small Business Technology Transfer Program. (2001)

... and co-authored four “joint resolutions” that are not technically “bills:”

* S.J.Res.158: To make the week of Oct. 22 — Oct. 28, 1989 “World Population Awareness Week.” (1989)

* S.J.Res.160: To renew “World Population Awareness Week” for 1991. (1991)

* S.J.Res.318: To make Nov. 13, 1992 “Vietnam Veterans Memorial 10th Anniversary Day.” (1992)

* S.J.Res.337: To make Sept. 18, 1992 “National POW/MIA Recognition Day.” (1992)

That’s it. This is what Kerry has to show for 20 years in the Senate.

Saturday, October 16, 2004

The Club For Growth

John Kerry gets a swat from Club For Growth. The ad applies the consequences of John Kerry's flip-flopping style to other life situations.

Watching John Kerry is like watching a bad tennis match. When he doesn't have his hand down the back of his shorts, it's back and forth and back and forth. When he's not mushy on offense he's soft on defense and requests a committee review on questioniable calls.

All the stuff he serves is crap. Because of a dainty forehand, all his shots are back-handed and are only less accurate than they are popular. Half the crowd cheers for him only because he wears the cutest coordinated outfit on the court, yet still manages to get out-manned by Martina Navritalova.

Friday, October 15, 2004

Charles Krauthammer: Anything to get elected

Charles Krauthammer, a quadripeligic and physician, slams John Edwards for giving false hope to those with spinal cord injuries.

Kerry's Proposal for Mandatory Military Service

Little Green Footballs reminds us again of Kerry's Mandatory Military Service Proposal that has mysteriously disappeared from the Kerry '04 site. Although President Bush has repeatedly said that there will be "No need for a draft."

If Kedwards had spent much time in the senate, they'd know that only the congress has the power to ratify the draft.

Yet, the scare-tactics continue trying to pull one over on the ignorant.

Poll: GIs, Families Trust Bush Over Kerry

This poll shows GI's and their families trust President Bush by a 3-to-1 margin. 69 percent trust President Bush, while 24 percent trust Kerry.

What does this say about future recruiting if Kerry becomes President?

Remember this?

Check this out.

I'm a war-monger. I happen the think that fighting members of the "Religion of Peace" on their soil minimizes the chances that I have to see future images of my fellow Americans having to make a decision between jumping to their death or having their flesh melt off their bones.

Remember shortly after 9/11 all the 'moderate' muslim protests you didn't see condemning those 'radicals?' Rember the muslim terrorists in Russia that bayoneted, blew up and shot in the back little kids just going to their first day at school? Remember the cries you didn't see from the 'moderate' muslims, condemning the 'fanatics' who are perverting a 'peaceful religion?'

Of the BILLION muslims lurking on the planet, not a single protest in defiance of the savage, indiscriminate killing of innocent people? Is their silence acceptance? If islam is so peaceful, why all the terrorism?

Japanese Ruling Party Sees Trouble if Kerry Elected.

Prime Minister Koizumi makes clear how well Kerry's foreign policy fantasies are going over. Hint: Not well.

Kerry is as liberal as Mary Cheney is gay.

John Kerry said during the second debate that he doesn't like labels. Yet, in the third debate he had no problem breaking an unwritten rule of dragging children into the campaign by making sure Mary Cheney was labeled a lesbian.

Hugh Hewitt chronicles the Cheney response as well as Elizabeth Edwards huffing that the Cheney's must "feel a certain amount of shame." Only the wife a man whose ears perk up at the sound of sirens would characterize the Cheney's response as shame.

The non-partisan National Journal rates Kerry the most liberal member of the Senate. With his 100% liberal voting record, it's clear that Kerry is as liberal as Mary is gay. Yet, Kerry runs away from his label and Mary Cheney embraces, if not quietly, hers.

High atop Hypocrisy Mount perches John Kerry.

FCC won't block airing of anti-Kerry film

FCC won't won't block airing of "Stolen Honor"

Sinclair Broadcasting, based outside Baltimore, has asked its 62 television stations — many of them in competitive states in the presidential election — to pre-empt regular programming to run the documentary. It chronicles Kerry’s 1971 testimony before Congress and links him to activist and actress Jane Fonda. It includes interviews with Vietnam prisoners of war and their wives who claim Kerry’s testimony demeaned them and led their captors to hold them longer.

Kerry has declined the opportunity for a live rebuttal after the program. It's a sad state of affairs when 18 Democratic senators petition the FCC to prohibit them from running the documentary while they freely distributed copies of Fahrenheit 9/11.

Selective application of the First Amendment.

Thursday, October 14, 2004

The left's spin is helping me believe in Kerry.

You know, I've just realized that because of his superior debating delivery, I'd prefer John Kerry as president. Never mind that he can straddle any issue and usually does in the space of two sentences. Never mind his record. 20 years of doing nothing in the Senate just means that he's due!

Forget that in a 90 minute debate, any listener can find something they support in Kerry - if they happened to have their head in the fridge 17 seconds ago.

The But of John Kerry

"I won't give any country a veto over pre-emptive action, but...
"I believe life begins at conception, but...
"I've always said Saddam was a threat, but...

His but disqualifies the first part of the sentence.

I'm happy the left has helped me determine that debating skills supersede any other known quality for president. Never mind that a Viagra drip couldn't make Kerry any more stiff. He just sounds good! What did he say? Heck, couldn't tell you. Just some gobbly-goo about Bush-bad, Kerry-good. Big deal that Bush liberated 20 or 30 million people. John Kerry would sound good arguing that we shouldn't have!

I believe freakishly great debating skills are now the most important feature in a president. There's nothing that scares terrorists more than a man who has a threatening grip on the english language. Enemies of the US would pucker at the idea of being assaulted by a debate at a Kerry 'summit.'

Although he's got the facts wrong, Kerry will sure have 'em memorized. He'll be dropping mad statistics like B-1's drop MOABs. 'Fake but accurate' will be the order of the day, and the way he wields the words will etch fear in the spot where the terrorist's heart should be. The sheer linguistic aptitude of this mass debater would confuse and disorient said bad guy to the point that vertigo overcomes him and he submits with a cry of "allah! save me from this lyrical genius!"

Suddenly, the verbal whipping stops. A Kerry cohort would ask, "sir, why didn't you finish him off?" Kerry, "I would have, but..."

Democrats recommend 'pre-emptive' charge of voter intimidation if none exists.

The DNC recommends charging voter intimidation even if none exists. This 66 page mobilization plan was issued by the Kerry/Edwards campaign.

Spanktuary agrees that intimidation could be a major problem. My Halliburton Newsletter refers to large men packing assault weapons who'll be stationed at polling places across the country. Not only will they be looking for "Kerry-Edwards" bumper stickers, but they can also read minds. Those indentified through visual or super-natural means to be Kerry voters will be intimidated at gunpoint from even entering the polling place.

I gave Karl Rove a call. He said it's looking like a Kerry landslide and the only way Republicans can win is to "get out the intimidation."

Wednesday, October 13, 2004

Bush got his Spank On!

The Spanktuary rules a 3rd round knock-out. John Kerry was admitted to the debate commission's triage center with a size 11 Kenneth Cole footprint on his backside.

Bush was packing tonight. Kerry is packing now. The train for memory lane leaves on November 3rd and Kerry gets the caboose. After his "I married up" comment, John is riding alone. John Kerry's first 18 year marriage was annulled [divorce is a no-no for holiday-only Catholics] which may set an official record of years before an annulment. Look for him to set another record in volume.

Top Bush Spanks:

"Ted Kennedy is the conservative of the two Massachusetts senators."
"YES, we can be safe, by winning in Iraq."
"My opponent sees terrorism as a nuisance and compares it to gambling and prostitution."

Kerry subjects himself to the self-spank:

"Dick Cheney's daughter is a lesbian."
"I married up." Actually, he's twice married people who married into money.
"Two network news organizations have said that the President's figures are incorrect." That's awfully funny to say in front of a moderator from C-BS.

Bush was vibrant, energetic and sincere. It seemed like he was standing in my living room. Kerry seemed 2-dimensional and yesterday's Botox treatment gave the appearance of a droopy forehead. I know the lights are bright, but didn't the debate rules clearly state: no skin visors?

The last question made clear the authentic candidate: What have you learned from your wife and daughters?

Paraphrasing Bush, "They tell me to stand up straight and not scowl. Laura speaks better English than I do. Meeting my wife was love at first sight. I love my wife and daughters more than anything. It's been encouraging having them on the campaign trail."

Every American wants to be regarded the same way: as blessed treasure to be appreciated and protected. I think his statements were intensely powerful because they were real.

Paraphrasing Kerry, "They keep me honest." And they don't do it very well, the Spanktuary adds. This looked like the most uncomfortable question of the night for Kerry. He knows 14,956 arbitrary and imaginary figures, but he can't come up with a single, sincere addition his wife and daughters have made to his life? The word "love" was AWOL from his answer.

Only a man who's married 2 people who've married billionaires could be that arrogant.

It only took a few thousand years.

One of the biggest former terrorist playhouses just held an election in which a total of zero of the hundreds of polling places had a single instance of suicide bombing or violence. The Spanktuary thinks it strange that this historic event was a few thousand years in the making and the headlines read: "Afghan elections tarnished by accusations of fraud." Replace 'Afghan' with each name of the 50 states on Nov. 3 and you have each state's major newspaper headline. That's reporting?

And what about the freshly free Afghan women? No longer having to fear being stoned (the kind where men crush women's skulls with large rocks)by radical Muslims, you'd think feministas across the planet would be rejoicing the new-found freedom from unspeakable violence customarily associated for accidentally walking outside without an escort.

The response from NOW's Martha Burke or any other "women's advocacy" groups? [cue chirping crickets] Too busy figuring out where to set up their 6 protesters for this year's Masters at Augusta, the National Organization for Women couldn't find the time to comment on the importance of women freed from real oppression - not just the imaginary kind at those evil country clubs. What does this say about NOW? Maybe being a "National" organization, they're charter only allows them to comment on domestic women's issues? Maybe they just don't like Arabs.

A nice ancillary benefit of fighting terrorism has been setting women free of the oppression, beating, intimidation and rape from the Taliban and its converts. The US spilled blood to bring freedom to about 30 million people in Afghanistan. Did we spill innocent Afghan blood. Yes. Every life is valuable - yet the most valued life is where one's spirit can be free with no consequence. Tyranny at the expense of freedom is not peace.

I happen to think that the United States is the largest force for good on the planet. I'd venture that now millions of Afghans would agree.

Tuesday, October 12, 2004

A Bouncing Baby Blog is Born!


DATE: 12, October 2004
TIME: 2208 hrs
EYES: Blue
CITY, STATE: Minneapolis, Coherent
FATHER: Reason
RELIGION: Certainly
RACE: Yes!
Never seen anything like it. Unusually developed for an infant, with uniquely acute typing skills. Slight grammar deficiency, would recommend 2cc shots of Thesaurus at 6 hour intervals and caffeine by the ounce in between. Unusual response to political stimuli. Flails excitedly at photos of conservatives. Makes "raspberry" sound when shown pictures of liberals.

Indicates a high level of interest in the color of nurse's scrubs. CORRECTION: Indicates a high level of interest in the nurse.

FURTHER SUGGESTIONS: His propensity for hitting the bottle may need to be addressed later in life. Like next week. Wean with Chai Tea or Mountain Dew but please keep potty-training objectives in mind. Participate in his creative writing by critically commenting or providing praise. At this age, he will behave more like a puppy than a human. Positive/negative reinforcement applies. Swat as necessary with rolled newspaper, especially after violations on indoor bathroom policy.

OUTLOOK: Good. Teachable and eager to learn, anticipate high levels of consistent output - but not at first. Although he may never be considered "prodigious," there is potential there for a high level of mediocrity.

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