Thursday, May 24, 2007

Hey Harry Pelosi and Nancy Reid! Support our troops with actions not just words (name reversal intentional)
http://www.youtube.com/v/ervaMPt4Ha0&autoplay=1
Thanks Bill for finding this.

North American union plan headed to Congress in fall Powerful think tank prepares report on benefits of integration between U.S., Mexico, Canada

TheRealDemocratStory.com.
Dem Freshman's record

Marine hopes hearing will remove 'Murtha taint' Commander targeted after firefight in Iraq 'misreported'
Murtha Apologizes for Threatening GOP Member...
Last week, the Democrat threatened to deny Rogers any future spending projects in defense bills after the Michigan Republican challenged his earmark request for $23 million to prevent the administration from closing an intelligence gathering facility in his western Pennsylvania district.

Chinese villagers denounce brutal 'one-child' blitz...
Sometimes protectionist policies are moral ones.

Shrum Claims Edwards Said He Was 'Uncomfortable' Around Gays...


ABC's treasonous behavior: exclusive report revealing a purported CIA covert operation designed to destabilize the government of Iran.
Don't tell me: "the peopels right to know." Right? Wrong. Even Pres. Bush would rather take false accusations and slander about our national security before releasing classified information. Even when it gets declassified and released, he still gets pummeled by the cry-babies that he's only doing it for political gain. You can't win for losing with the cry-babies.
ABC should be prosecuted to the hilt.

Headed by Flaming-Liberal-In-Training Martin Tobias and former airline pilot John Plaza: Biodiesel firm Imperium Renewables files for IPO
A good idea, wish I could invest. Al Gore probably did.

Tuesday, May 08, 2007

“I am so lucky I get to do so many things,” she concluded. “I just want you to know, even though I have Down syndrome, it is O.K.” 90% of pregnant women whose unborn children are diagnosed with Down syndrome choose to have an abortion... 5,500 children born with Down syndrome each year. That makes the murder toll for these people who love life at about 50,000 annually.

Message found strapped to it's back addressed to Al Gore aparently from its' buddies up north warning of the impending doom of global warming.

Monday, May 07, 2007

Environmental group says Children 'bad for the planet'...
Environmentalist calls mankind a 'virus'...
Gore sees 'spiritual crisis' in warming... "Global warming is the heating of the Earth caused in large part [(3%)]by man-made emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. Most scientists agree such warming and the changing climate that comes with it will likely cause a number of problems and crises this century, particularly in developing countries that have few resources to combat the effects." That's the editorial "fact-based" insertion.

Crazy, insane eniviromental-wacko's!

Sunday, May 06, 2007

Police battle anti-Sarkozy protesters

RIOT police fired tear gas at stone-throwing protesters gathered in central Paris today to demonstrate against the presidential election victory of right-winger Nicolas Sarkozy.

United States liberals chomping at the bit for a chance to do the same.

Ding Dong Chiroc is Gone.....

Defeated Socialists search for scapegoats

By Martin Arnold in Paris

Published: May 6 2007 19:23 Last updated: May 6 2007 19:23

Let the finger-pointing begin. Ségolène Royal’s defeat on Sunday night left the French Socialist party in disarray and searching for someone to blame. There is hardly a shortage of scapegoats.

It is the party’s third consecutive presidential defeat. The Socialists now face the question of whether they can ever regain power without ditching their anti-capitalist rhetoric, as the mainstream left has done across almost all of Europe.

Ms Royal can argue that she did better than Lionel Jospin, who in 2002 led the Socialists to a humiliating third place behind Jacques Chirac and far-right leader Jean-Marie Le Pen. But France’s main opposition party still faces a wrenching crisis.

”The left is not credible on so many issues, from the 35-hour working week to immigration and law and order,” says Dominique Reynié, professor at Sciences Po university.


SARKOZY'S VICTORY MESSAGE TO AMERICA: 'YOU CAN COUNT ON FRANCE AS A FRIEND'...

Whatever is congress to do? They count on world-wide enemies to beat down President Bush's numbers!


Sheryl Crow: 'We have risen to great heights of arrogance in our refusal to acknowledge that the earth is changing'...

What this should really say is that "We have risen to great heights of arrogance in our willingness to believe man is the cause of climate change and can do something about it.

Friday, May 04, 2007



This has got to be a set up. Doesn't it?

Thursday, May 03, 2007

The Republican Debate

Stupid questions of the night:
(1)In a debate packed with silly questions and ones matching left-wing attack points on GOP candidates, in the first “Interactive Round” of questions submitted by the public on Politico.com, a co-sponsor of the debate, Mitt Romney got the most bizarre. The Politico Executive Editor Jim VandeHei, a Washington Post political reporter before jumping to The Politico earlier this year, found this one worth posing: “Daniel Dekovnick [sp phonetic] from Walnut Creek, California wants to know, 'What do you dislike most about America?'"

(2)The “Interactive Rounds” at the Republican presidential debate, from the Ronald Reagan Library in California and carried live on MSNBC, became an opportunity to raise hostile questions from a left-wing agenda or meant to embarrass the candidates (what's the difference between Shia and Sunni? How many have been killed or injured in Iraq? etc. Unbelievable!)

(3) Some of the other questions VandeHei chose to ask during the same round (about 25 minutes into the debate) in which he posed the whopper to Romney: To Rudy Giuliani, “Bradley Winter of New York would like to know if there's anything you learned, or regret, during your time as Mayor in your dealings with the African-American community?”;

(4) “Thousands of reputable scientists have concluded, with almost certainty, that human activity is responsible for the warming of the Earth. Do you believe global warming exists?”

(5) Tom Tancredo: “Will you work to protect women's rights, as in fair wages and reproductive choice?”

(6) Chris Matthews seriously proposed to all ten candidates: “Would it be good for America to have Bill Clinton back living in the White House?”

The moderator, Chris Matthews, seemed to think he was on "Hardball" and had to keep the pups, punks and rubes--that would be the candidates--in line. He cut them off--"Congressman, that's time!"--and occasionally hectored. One of the stars was the buzzing clock. It interrupted all thought.

When will republicans learn. This is why the Dem's wouldn't have a debate on Fox. Yet, they allow themselves to be dishonored with loaded left wing, learn nothing questions.

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Now that Stuart Smalley and Air-America have predictably failed, the Dem's are attempting to revive the "Fairness Doctrine" in order to silence conservative talk radio. Progressives seek to stifle free speech.
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Time, time, and more time. That’s what a senior Army officer in Iraq (speaking on background) pleaded for in a recent meeting with supporters of the war in Washington in the last week.
This proves that America can never again win a war. It will only excel in a defensive war. a war that is fought on our home turf. But to win, we have to take it on the offense, which means going to the country/countries we fight against. But we now know that the American public doesn't have the patience to stay there and win. So we lose. We will always play defense. That's what the Dem's are trying to tell us. Never win, only lose and react to attacks.
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America, Saving Muslim Women’s Lives
Images of oppression.
By Fred Thompson

The not-visibly-insane Democrats all claim they'll get rough with the terrorists, but they can't even face Brit Hume.

In case you missed this profile in Democrat machismo, the Democratic presidential candidates all refused to participate in a debate hosted by Fox News Channel because the hosts are "biased" (interpret: they need softballs) But they'll face down Mahmoud Ahmadinejad?Right!!

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Hotel places Gore's global warming book in night stand instead of Bible...
proving what I've been saying all along: Environmentalism has become a religion and therefore has no place in government.

Democratic presidential candidate advocates shoving things down peoples throats

Ex-CIA Officers Among Tenet Critics...

the only really interesting question is why the president did not fire this vain and useless person on the very first day of the war. Instead, he awarded him a Presidential Medal of Freedom! Tenet is now so self-pitying that he expects us to believe that he was "not at all sure that [he] really wanted to accept" this honor. But it seems that he allowed or persuaded himself to do so, given that the citation didn't mention Iraq. You could imagine that Tenet had never sat directly behind Colin Powell at the United Nations, beaming like an overfed cat, as the secretary of state went through his rather ill-starred presentation. And who cares whether his "slam dunk" vulgarity was misquoted or not? We have better evidence than that. Here is what Tenet told the relevant Senate committee in February 2002:

"Iraq … has also had contacts with al-Qaida. Their ties may be limited by divergent ideologies, but the two sides' mutual antipathy toward the United States and the Saudi royal family suggests that tactical cooperation between them is possible, even though Saddam is well aware that such activity would carry serious consequences."



Iraq Probes Reports of Al-Masri's Death...

THE HILL: Feinstein appropriations under fire...

Scientists find Earth's climate 'seesawing' for last 10,000 years...

Tanker driver had drug problems in the '90s
James Mosqueda, the driver of the tanker truck involved in the MacArthur Maze collapse, struggled with drugs and has been convicted of a property-damage hit-and-run among more than a half dozen arrests and several convictions, court documents say.