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I used to watch TV news and yell at the box. Now I jump up from the couch, sit at the computer and begin to type laughing maniacally saying "Wait until they read this." It's more fun than squashing tadpoles

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Thursday, March 29, 2007

White House Retreats on Pick for Ambassador

Democrats who are always shedding tears for the free speech of people who wish to do harm to our nation or offer pornography in our libraries are automatically disqualifying anyone who gave to the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth from political appointments. The same people who railroaded Scotter Libby are sobbing over the politics of personal destruction. True to form the Republicans are handing over their lunch money to the Stalinists hypocrite's without a whimper.

President Bush bowed to Democratic pressure yesterday and abruptly withdrew the ambassadorial nomination of a "Swift Boat" supporter, as the White House said it was unaware the nominee aided the group that undermined Sen. John Kerry's 2004 presidential campaign....

... Mr. Kerry said, "Sam Fox had every opportunity to disavow the politics of personal destruction and to embrace the truth. He chose not to.

"The White House made the right decision to withdraw the nomination. I hope this signals a new day in political discourse," he said.

Nothing new here. The Democrats cross their eyes and the Republicans wet their pants. It's a wonder that he President hasn't rolled over on the War on Terror yet. He has plenty of Republicans in Congress that will jump at their first opportunity. It only took an average of $1.2 million in pork to buy off the remaining Democrats to get them to tun their back on our nation. It has to be a matter of time before they figure out the amount the RINO's will sell their country out for.

The lesson here is if you want to work in government, don't make a Democrat take responcability for actions. If you are not a Democrat you and your ancestors better be pure as the driven snow.

We still have to wage a protracted struggle against bourgeois and petty-bourgeois ideology. It is wrong not to understand this and to give up ideological struggle. All erroneous ideas, all poisonous weeds, all ghosts and monsters, must be subjected to criticism; in no circumstance should they be allowed to spread unchecked.

Chairman Mao Tsetung
Speech at the Chinese Communist Party's National Conference on
Propaganda Work (March 12, 1957)


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Friday, March 23, 2007

Pelosi Plays Hardball with Code Pink

One has to feel sorry for the nit wits who thought the Democrats spoke out against the War on Terror because they don't think war will stop the terror only to find the Dems only oppose it when they perceive political advantage.

Four members of the anti-war group Code Pink were arrested outside the office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) Thursday afternoon, following an announcement that they would seek to take over the office.

The group's members had planned to hold a symbolic "Pin the war on the Donkey" demonstration at Pelosi's office to show their frustration with the Democratic leadership's inaction on ending the war in Iraq.

However, Capitol Police prevented the taping of a drawn donkey to the wall.

Code Pink members were crying outside Pelosi's office. When asked why, Rae Abileah, 24, said she was crying out of "outrage that this is all we can get from the Democrats," referring to the Iraq supplemental funding bill, scheduled for a vote Friday.

"We're just heartbroken that Nancy Pelosi has decided to keep funding George Bush's war, and now the war belongs to the Democrats as well as the Republicans," said Code Pink co-founder Medea Benjamin. "We thought we were going to get a change when they came into power."

Then again, I'm more amused than sorry.

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Tuesday, March 20, 2007

The Truth is Out There

We have all heard how history repeats itself. Questions over the events leading to the current unpleasantness can be found in an informal investigation of similar events that happened long ago in a galaxy far, far away. Here are an example of what I'm Talking about:

Below is a summary of my book, Uncomfortable Questions: An Analysis of the Death Star Attack, which presents compelling evidence that we all may be the victims of a fraud of immense proportions.

1) Why were a handful of rebel fighters able to penetrate the defenses of a battle station that had the capability of destroying an entire planet and the defenses to ward off several fleets of battle ships?

2) Why did Grand Moff Tarkin refuse to deploy the station's large fleet of TIE Fighters until it was too late? Was he acting on orders from somebody to not shoot down the rebel attack force? If so, who, and why?

3) Why was the rebel pilot who supposedly destroyed the Death Star reported to be on the Death Star days, maybe hours, prior to its destruction? Why was he allowed to escape, and why were several individuals dressed in Stormtrooper uniforms seen helping him?

4) Why has there not been an investigation into allegations that Darth Vader, the second-ranking member of the Imperial Government, is in fact the father of the pilot who allegedly destroyed the Death Star?

5) Why did Lord Vader decide to break all protocols and personally pilot a lightly armored TIE Fighter? Conveniently, this placed Lord Vader outside of the Death Star when it was destroyed, where he was also conveniently able to escape from a large-sized rebel fleet that had just routed the Imperial forces. Why would Lord Vader, one of the highest ranking members of the Imperial Government, suddenly decide to fly away from the Death Star in the middle of a battle? Did he know something that the rest of the Imperial Navy didn't?

This is just a sample of the disturbing insights that are leading many to question the real motives of those involved. An answer to thier questions could lead us to better understand our current world crisis. Pay special attention to comment #74. I can't believe I didn't see it myself before now.


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