Not So Young But Angry Conservatives Unite

Getting sick of the progressively worse slant and obvious bias of the media? Got booted out of other sites for offending too many liberals? Make this your home. If you SPAM here, you're gone. Trolling? Gone. Insult other posters I agree with. Gone. Get the pic. Private sanctum, private rules. No Fairness Doctrine and PC wussiness tolerated here..... ECCLESIASTES 10:2- The heart of the wise inclines to the right, but the heart of a fool to the left.

Monday, February 28, 2005

Iraq & Terrorism Are Related: Bin Laden prods Zarqawi to attack inside the US

Read this and tell me Iraq and terrorism are not related:,2933,148999,00.html

Here's the article:

Officials: Bin Laden Urges Zarqawi to Hit U.S.
Monday, February 28, 2005

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Car Bomb Kills at Least 115 in Iraq

Iraq Tribunal to Try 5 Baathists

Syrian Handover a Goodwill Sign

Oil Pipeline Destroyed in Northern Iraq

3 British Soldiers Sentenced for Iraq Abuse

Hunt for Bin Laden Still On

Iraqis Nab Zarqawi Aide; 3 U.S. GIs Killed

Iraqi TV Airs Tape of Alleged Syrian Agent

Attacks Across Iraq Kill 30

Iraqi TV Shows Alleged Syrian Confession

Saddam's Half Brother Caught
WASHINGTON — Recent communications between Usama bin Laden (search) and Abu Musab al-Zarqawi (search) indicate that bin Laden has "encouraged Zarqawi and his group to focus on attacks inside the United States," multiple U.S. officials told FOX News on Monday.
The sources would not get into detail about how the communication was made or how it was intercepted by the United States. They also said that there is nothing specific in the message, such as maps or references to particular cities or buildings. Rather, the communication simply encourages a "focus" on attacks inside U.S. borders, sources said.
Zarqawi, the leader of Al Qaeda (search) in Iraq and believed to be the inspiration of the ongoing bombings, beheadings and attacks on Iraqi and American forces, pledged his alliance to bin Laden last year and changed the name of his group in Iraq to reflect his ties to Al Qaeda. Iraqi officials said they expect to take Zarqawi soon; they recently nabbed a key associate and the driver of Jordanian-born terror leader.
U.S. officials say Zarqawi has "his hands full" trying to stay out of U.S. or Iraqi custody in Iraq and they question whether Zarqawi's group would have the ability to pull off an attack inside America. Also, officials are wondering aloud what this means about Al Qaeda and whether it means the group is reaching out to its central leader because they are under significant pressure.

Oscar's Liberal Bias, Listen to the Audience.

Here's something that may prove the bias of the liberals and how they treat movies. Passion of The Christ, got no awards and when mentioned light applause. Fahrenheit 9/11, not nominated, got a booming applause.

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Here's the article:

Oscar Audience Applauds Louder for Fahrenheit 9-11 Than Passion
When in his opening monologue Academy Awards host Chris Rock mentioned Fahrenheit 9-11, the audience delivered loud cheers and applause, but when he cited The Passion of the Christ the Hollywood audience offered a barely audible light smattering of applause. Actor/comedian Rock joked about Fahrenheit 9-11: "Can you imagine applying for a job. And while you're applying for that job, a movie in every theater in the country that shows how much you sucked at that job?" Earning sustained cheers and applause, Rock cracked: "I watched Fahrenheit and I learned some stuff, man. Bush did some things you could never get away with at your job, man. When Bush got into office, they had a surplus of money. Now, there's like a $70 trillion deficit. Just imagine you worked at The Gap. You closing out your register and there's $70 trillion short. The average person would get in trouble for something like that. Right? Not Bush."
Rock paired the two movies in a portion of his opening joke set on the awards program carried live Sunday night on ABC from Los Angeles: "Some of the best movies of the year, nobody wanted to make. You know, one of my favorite movies this year was Fahrenheit 9/11. Fahrenheit 9/11 was beautiful [loud applause]. Michael Moore did not get nominated for an Oscar, okay. Right now, Michael Moore is going, 'I should have just made Super Size Me. I've done the research.' [laughter and applause] "Hey, you know, a lot of people like to bash Bush. I'm not going to bash Bush here tonight. I saw Fahrenheit 9/11. I think Bush is a genius. I think Bush did some things this year nobody in this room could do. Nobody in this room could pull off. Bush basically re-applied for his job this year. Now can you imagine applying for a job. And while you're applying for that job, a movie in every theater in the country that shows how much you sucked at that job? [laughter] It would be hard to get hired, wouldn't it? I watched Fahrenheit and I learned some stuff, man. Bush did some things you could never get away with at your job, man. When Bush got into office, they had a surplus of money. Now, there's like a $70 trillion deficit. Just imagine you worked at The Gap. [laughter ] You closing out your register and there's $70 trillion short. The average person would get in trouble for something like that. Right? Not Bush. No. [cheers and applause] "Then -- then, he started a war. That's cool. Support the troops. He started a war. Now, just imagine you worked at The Gap. You're $70 trillion behind and your register. And you start a war with Banana Republic. Because you say they have toxic tank tops over there. You had the war. People are dying. A thousand Gap employees are dead. That's right. Bleeding all over the khakis. You finally take over Banana Republic. And you find out they never made tank tops in the first place. [cheers and applause] "Yeah, man. Another movie nobody wanted to make this year -- another movie nobody wanted to make was a big religious movie, Passion of the Christ [smattering of light applause]. That's right. The Passion of the Christ. I saw The Passion of the Christ. Not that funny, really. Nobody wanted to make The Passion of the Christ, man. Come on. They made six Police Academies and can't make one The Passion of the Christ. They had no problem making Hell Boy, but made The Passion of the Christ...."
The page on Rock posted by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences:
The Internet Movie Database's bio page for Rock:

Dominoes Falling: Lebanese Government Resigns, All of Them!

Recently, hundreds of thousands, if not millions had demonstrated against Syria and its attempt to re-take Lebanon through a puppet government. The people have spoken and it worked. Effective today, the entire Lebanese government, and much of the legislature, have offered to resign. No doubt they feared American intervention, or an internal revolution that would have left them imprisoned, on trial, or executed.

Here's the link.,2933,148962,00.html

Here's the article:

Lebanese Gov't Resigns Amid Protests
Monday, February 28, 2005

BEIRUT, Lebanon — With shouts of "Syria out!," more than 25,000 flag-waving protesters massed outside Parliament on Monday in a dramatic display of defiance that forced the resignation of Lebanon's prime minister and Cabinet two weeks after the assassination of an opposition leader.
Cheering broke out among the demonstrators in Martyrs' Square when they heard Prime Minister Omar Karami's (search) announcement on loudspeakers that the government was stepping down. Throughout the day, protesters handed out red roses to soldiers and police.
"It is the first victory, but it will not be the last," opposition leader and former information minister Ghazi al-Areedh told the crowd in a scene broadcast live around the Arab world.
But in the northern port of Tripoli, Karami's hometown, about 50 supporters angered by his resignation shot pistols in the air and blocked a street in front of his office.
However, opponents drove around the city, honking in joy.
Many in Lebanon accuse Syria (search) and Karami's government of being behind the slayings of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri (search) and 16 others in a huge Feb. 14 bombing, pressing hard in the two weeks since for the government to resign and for Syria to withdraw its roughly 15,000 troops positioned in Lebanon (search).
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"We want no other army in Lebanon except the Lebanese army!" protesters chanted, climbing the martyrs' statue and praying before candles at Hariri's flower-covered grave, which lies at the piazza's edge.
Syrian President Bashar Assad said in a newspaper interview published Monday that he would not withdraw troops from Lebanon until Damascus had guarantees and there was overall "peace" in the region. Syrian intelligence agents also are present through much of the country and could be used to crack down on the opposition movement.
In Washington, the White House praised the resignation of Karami's government, saying it opens the door for new elections "free of all foreign interference" from neighboring Syria.
"We are closely watching developments with great interest," White House press secretary Scott McClellan said. "The resignation of the Karami government represents an opportunity for the Lebanese people to have a new government that is truly representative of their country's diversity."
Karami's Cabinet will continue as a caretaker government. The next step is for the president to appoint a prime minister after consulting with parliament members. The new prime minister consults parliamentary blocs to form a Cabinet that must withstand a parliamentary vote of confidence.
Karami had replaced the billionaire Hariri, credited with playing a key role in rebuilding Lebanon after its devastating 1975-1990 civil war.
"Today the government fell. Tomorrow, it's the one huddled in Anjar," opposition leader Elias Atallah told the crowd to cheers, referring to the Syrian intelligence chief based in the eastern Lebanese town of Anjar. He said the opposition will continue its actions until all demands are met.
The protesters went further, immediately shouting for the resignation of pro-Syrian President Emile Lahoud.
"Lahoud, your turn is coming!" they said.
Speakers urged demonstrators to stay put, saying the leaders of the security services also must be ousted.
"The heads of security agencies are responsible for what happened in this country and they must pay," legislator Ghattas Khoury said. "Do not leave this square before they resign."
Others in the sea of red, white and green flags chanted, "Syria Out!" and "Freedom, sovereignty, independence!" Many wore the red bandanas adopted by the opposition in what has been termed a peaceful "independence uprising."
The protest continued after nightfall, complete with images broadcast on a large video screen, a scene that recalled anti-government protests in Ukraine late last year. Banners proclaimed in English: "United We Stand, Divided We Fall."
Lahoud's six-year term was renewed in September by Parliament, under apparent Syrian pressure to change the constitution, which banned further terms. A U.N. resolution demanded Lebanon hold presidential elections, Syrian troops pull out of Lebanon and Syria stop interfering in Lebanese affairs.
"The battle is not over. It is just beginning. We want to know who killed Prime Minister Hariri," opposition legislator Faris Saeed said to demonstrators.
The crowd, some flashing "V for victory" signs, responded loudly and in unison: "Syria! Syria!"
Assad said in remarks published Monday that a Syrian troop withdrawal depended on achieving peace in the Middle East.
"Under a technical point of view, the withdrawal can happen by the end of the year," Assad told the Italian newspaper La Repubblica. "But under a strategic point of view, it will only happen if we obtain serious guarantees. In one word: peace."
The Bush administration Monday demanded anew that Syria comply with a U.N. resolution to pull its troops out of Lebanon and stop interfering in Lebanese affairs.
"Syrian military forces and intelligence personnel need to leave the country," McClellan said. "That will help ensure that elections are free and fair."
The Syrian troops were deployed ostensibly as peacekeepers during the civil war.
U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State David Satterfield met Lebanese Foreign Minister Mahmoud Hammoud on Monday to reiterate Washington's demand for a withdrawal of Syrian forces.
One analyst raised fears of a return to the dark days of the civil war, which killed more than 150,000 people.
"The government had to stand down without a doubt to at least acknowledge their failure to protect someone of regional and international stature (Hariri), but to tender their resignation in the climate of Lebanon today may very likely escalate things," said As'ad AbuKhalil, a Lebanese political science professor at California State University-Stanislaus.
"This won't be Ukraine of 2004, but maybe Lebanon of 1975," he said, referring to the days when Lebanon was wracked by constitutional crises and political disputes.
Interior Minister Suleiman Franjieh had banned all protests Monday on grounds of "supreme national interests." The security forces cordoned off Martyr's Square early in the morning, but they made no serious effort to disperse the demonstrators, many of whom had slept in the square.
Some soldiers and police even sympathized with the protesters and were seen advising newcomers on how to evade the cordon.
During the parliament session, legislators stopped their debate and stood for a moment of silence at 12:55 p.m., the exact time Hariri died two weeks earlier. Hariri's sister, legislator Bahiya Hariri, addressed the parliament in black and called on the government to resign.
"All the Lebanese want to know their enemy, the enemy of Lebanon who killed the martyr Rafik Hariri, those who took the decision, planned and executed it, those who ignored and prevented the truth from coming out," Bahiya Hariri said, holding back tears

Why Does Oscar Suck Now?

Why do the Oscars suck now, and how come most of America does not tune in anymore?

Here's a few theories on why.

1. No good films. The art community likes them, but ticket sales across the US do not make it great. I think 9 people saw Sideways. However, many did see The Aviator and Million Dollar Baby, but there was no Lord of The Rings or Saving Private Ryan to yearn for.

2. TOO POLITICAL- Between Michael Moore's blubbering, Tim Robbins rants, Sean 'Spiccoli' Penn's hammy speeches, Chris Rock's attempt to joke about our dead troops, and just seeing Babs Streisand and other poke political or Christian bashing over the years, no one cares to tune in. If you want your politics, go to CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, or Talk Radio, or even the bloggers. Oscars are supposed to entertain. Shut Up and Present!

3. Hosts- There are no more Bob Hopes, Johnny Carsons, or even David Nivens to deliver class to the Oscars. True funnymen like Steve Martin and Billy Crystal were not booked this year, so we got Chris Rock. Rock, is best a comedian, unrestrained on cable, but last night, waaaay out of his element. Trying not to cuss must have tapped out any 'talent' he had. Steve Martin, we miss you. To Rock's credit, he tried to insult everyone last night. Sean Penn took offense to Jude Law jokes, and probably Tim Robbins is boring jokes.

4. Bad choreography..... Why make a cheesy song, worse? Come on!!!!

5. It's Looooong- 3 hours to give out all of the Awards. They do minor Oscars and then work to the big one. Why not do the smaller awards the night or week before? Sheesh.

Chris Rock insults troops on Oscar Night, then tries to back track

Proof that the Oscars are a leftwing controlled self-congratulatory show, and proof that some people should not host any Awards Shows. Steve Martin, you are missed.

Read this.

Rock did more fancy footwork and backstepping than Gregory Hines, after his troops and GAP comparison gaffe. Come on Chris, does refraining from the F-word drive you to be that unfunny and flagrantly lefty. To his credit he did call Tim Robbins a bore, joke on John Kerry being a gold-digging man-whore, and asked a good question.- Why the hell is Jude Law so damned overrated?

Friday, February 25, 2005

No Saddam Hussein/Terrorist Connections. WANNA BET?

This link speaks for itself. Some may still play ostrich to it.

Old Story, But Good Illustration of Conservative Vs. Liberals over our Troops and War

This is from UMass. Pretty interesting, albeit about 2 years ago.

40 Antiwar Activists Confronted by 40 'Support Our Troops' Persons at Historic Amherst Common

By Izzy LymanApril 16, 2003
It had to happen sooner or later.
There, on the first Sunday of April 2003 in historic, downtown Amherst, forty activists gathered with signs, "No blood for oil" and "No more wars." Directly across the street, another forty activists took their places, signs saying, "Support Our Soldiers."
For nearly twenty-five years, a weekly peace demonstration has been held on the Amherst common at this time and place. Was this a challenge?
Those supporting the U.S. military appeared to keep to themselves - waving Old Glory and receiving the lion's share of approving honks from motorists. Then the peace protestors tried to hand them literature. One of the protestors, Gordon Fletcher-Howell, a Vietnam vet and one of Amherst's most outspoken opponents of Operation Iraqi Freedom, paraded in front of the counter-protestors, carrying a placard that read: "What does it mean to support the troops?"

An unusual sight in downtown Amherst; a Support the Troops Rally.
"Do you think every single troop thinks it's the right thing to do?" he asked. "You can support the troops and disagree with the policy," he continued. Fletcher-Powell also said that the Bush administration's decision-making process would have long-term repercussions. "How many people are we alienating by the way we did it? [There's been] a lot of bullying rhetoric, and the alienation will cost us," he complained.
Karl Oeky, of Belchertown, said he respected Fletcher-Howell's service to his country, but thought it was a little late to be making foreign policy pronouncements.
"I'm supporting the troops because they are there," noted Oeky.
Jane Croston, of Leverett, has a son in the Coast Guard - Matthew Tefft - who is in the Persian Gulf aboard the U.S.C.G.C. Wrangell. She held a poster adorned with pictures of her son but described herself as a long-time peace activist
"I do not believe in this war, but I believe in the young people who are there," said Croston of her decision to stand with those Amherst residents who were supporting the troops.

Toward the end of the rallies, an altercation ensued between a female, who was verbally harassing an elderly, male veteran, and Kevin Joy, an Amherst resident.
"I asked her if she was willing to die for this country," explained Joy. "She had nothing to say."
Even in Amherst, the love-the-USA counter-protestors sometimes have the last word.
Peace Protestors in Amherst center have been gathering regularly for nearly 25 years.

Started in Late March
It all started in late March, when Larry Kelley went before the Amherst Select Board to request that the twenty-nine American flags that the town purchased in 2001 be flown - immediately - to show respect toward U.S. troops and POWs in Iraq. (These commemorative flags are displayed only during designated holidays, and their next tour of duty would occur on Patriots' Day, April 21.)
Kelley pitched his request to Carl Seppala, the chair of the select board. Seppala, who is a U.S. Navy veteran, told Kelley that "one-hundred percent of the board supports the troops." Case closed, right? Not quite. Seppala recently participated in an anti-war parade, so he only offered to "consider" the flag request.
"To even hesitate for a moment about displaying those flags for our fighting men and women is embarrassing," said Kelley of the select board's lukewarm response.
Kelley then issued a challenge: "If the board refuses to allow municipally-owned flags to appear in the town center, townsfolk will do it with their own flags."
And that's exactly what happened. On Tuesday, April 2, after Kelley received a phone call from an Amherst Bulletin reporter asking for his reaction to the select board's decision to not fly the flags ahead of schedule, he took action.
On the evening of April 5, Kelley, accompanied by Amherst residents Dave Keenan and Kevin Joy, executed a "stealth attack." After consulting with a local A.C.L.U. attorney who specializes in First Amendment issues, the trio hung eight American flags on utility poles throughout downtown Amherst - the same poles that are plastered with flyers advertising the latest International A.N.S.W.E.R. Stop-the-War demonstration.
"These liberals are constantly tearing down the flag and all it represents," said Keenan, a former select board member, of his decision to get involved.

Latter-day minutemen in Amherst take matters into their own hands hanging American flags in Amherst Center.
"Let's see if they [the select board] have the guts to take the flags down," added Kelley.
Solidarity for Soldiers at UMass
Another rally for the troops had been held the week after UMass anti-war protestors staged a vigil on campus and briefly occupied the Wal-Mart in nearby Hadley. This encouraged a coalition of UMass/Amherst student groups, including The Silent Majority and the Republican Club, to stage their rally.

During the rally - held on the steps of the Student Union - organizers encouraged other students to send American soldiers in Iraq care packages and pray for their safety. Yellow ribbons were distributed, and short speeches were made.
Jeff Krohn, the UMass football quarterback, stated, "They're there fighting. We need to show our support now and when they come home."
UMass quarterback Jeff Krohn supports the troops at a Student Union rally.
Yasaman Pourati, a UMass junior from Iran, injected a personal note: "I have experienced the brutality of war and oppression. I value the freedom our troops are fighting for. Believing in our troops is a no-brainer."
Chris Carlozzi, a UMass senior, made an observation about the anti-war demonstrators: "Most of the protestors' hatred for President Bush is, unfortunately, stronger than their love for their country."
While the campus affair was low-key (no star-spangled wigs or clichés about 'shock and awe'), two men stood in the middle of the crowd holding a prominent, "Support our troops. Bring them home," sign. One of the pair, Ryan Coughlin, a senior at UMass, said he was concerned that veterans suffering from Gulf War Syndrome had been ignored by the federal government. "Supporting the troops means giving them health care when they need it, not just rallying around the flag," stated Coughlin.
Nearby, Yuval Sivan, an anti-war protestor and UMass senior, manned a table that featured copies of the Socialist Worker. Sivan occasionally heckled the speakers. At one point, he yelled that the SCUD missiles Saddam Hussein kept were for purposes of self-defense.
Sivan was not impressed by the rally. "All they're saying is 'support our government, support our military.' The idea of supporting our troops is ignoring the reason they're fighting," he said. He described the war in Iraq as "one part of a big line of imperialist wars to take control of the region."
"They're going to send the troops to Iran, to Syria, to North Korea and destroy the lives of tens of thousands of American soldiers," opined Sivan.
Barely 48-hours after the UMass rally took place, Jeffrey Napolitano's letter appeared in the Daily Collegian, the campus newspaper, with this headline: "Support our troops rally turns into pro-war statement." Napolitano, a UMass student, wrote that there was an "underlying jingoistic feeling to the rally." He complained that the event turned "political" because one of the speakers (a Marine) read "a letter from a soldier which derided peace protestors in the United States."
The Marine in question, Jim Bancroft of Bristol, CT, fired back. He quickly crafted a response to Napolitano, and sent copies of his letter to the western Massachusetts media.
"To say that the letter of someone who is there fighting against this monster [Saddam] is political, that is absurd," riposted Bancroft.
But in the end, even in enemy territory, that UMass SOS rally met little resistance.

College Kids come out of closet......


Tuesday, April 8, 2003 ]
My Opinion
Conservatives are the group in the closet
Who's hiding in the closet now? It sure is not the "oppressed and silenced" homosexuals, minorities, and (feminist) women at Penn State, despite what they claimed during last week's PSU Day of Silence or this week's National Day of Silence. They all happen to be the loudest and most supported groups at Penn State.
Who's really being silenced at Penn State? The students who disagree with the ideas of affirmative action, oppression and victimization are given powerful labels like "racist," "bigot" and "homophobe" and are silenced because of these labels.
These students have no voice within the administration and no support from Penn State. These new silenced "minorities" at Penn State are called conservatives.
The use of words like "racist" and "homophobe" is defended by Penn State facilities because they are simply part of "civil debate and discussion."
But how civil is it to scream at and name call a conservative who disagrees with you during discussion or debate? On the other side, one cannot say "that's gay" because that "silences" homosexual students. I smell hypocrisy.
Conservative students have been pushed into the empty closet to hide from these powerful labels and intolerance from liberals. Not only does Penn State defend liberal intolerance, it endorses and enforces liberal ideology.
Ideas of victimization and oppression are promoted by Penn State facilities and preached by Penn State programs and classes. Victimization and oppression then become the foundation for affirmative action policies, hate speech codes and hate crime laws.
The Penn State facilities and programs then reinforce the belief that affirmative action policies, hate speech codes and hate crime laws are necessary. These ideas, groups, clubs, facilities and programs are political to their very core. This means Penn State endorses Democratic and liberal ideology. This endorsement results in the discrimination of those who disagree -- the conservative students.
How many conservative programs and events have been advertised in the newspaper, newswire, or on the Penn State Web site? None! Only liberal programs are advertised and thus endorsed by Penn State.
Let me name a few Penn State facilities that reaffirm and preach liberal notions of victimization and oppression: the Commission on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Equity; Commission for Women; Commission on Racial/Ethnic Diversity; Multicultural Resource Center; Affirmative Action Office; Center for Women Students; and the Office of the Vice Provost for Educational Equity. This does not even mention all the courses and degrees offered that preach liberal ideas of victimization and oppression.
All of these facilities and classes provide links, information and advertising of activities and events for liberal clubs at Penn State, but there is nothing like this for conservative students.
Penn State newswire tells the entire student body about homosexual or feminist club sponsored events. The Penn State "Diversity Calendar" provides information on liberal events. The Multicultural Resource Center, a part of the institution of Penn State, has links to many liberal clubs and organizations.
But how diverse are groups that preach the same message? If Penn State wanted true diversity it would put a link to conservative organizations like the Independent Woman's Club Web site, an organization of women who believe that women are not oppressed or victimized.
But providing positive messages like strength rather than victimization is not part of the liberal doctrine and thus not part of Penn State.
The Multicultural Resource Center provides counseling service for "qualified students," which means minorities. Luckily, the center believes in Penn State's non-discrimination policy, which allows all students equal access to all facilities. I recommend all students, including conservatives, usethe center's counseling and advising services; they are available to everyone.
How is being gay multicultural? How does "Lesbian and Gay History" or "History of Feminist Thought" count as an Intercultural and International Competence class but "History of Modern Century China" does not?
Penn State has created programs, offices and departments, and supported clubs to perpetuate the liberal notion of oppression and victimization. They also force students to accept these beliefs through mandatory diversity and multicultural requirements, all re-enforcing liberal ideology.
How can Penn State treat conservative students more fairly? Penn State should hire more conservative professors on tenure track; give current conservative professors tenure (if it can find them); create classes, programs and facilities that teach conservative ideas and advertise conservative clubs and events; create a Vice Provost for Conservative Equity; and start a conservative advisory commission to Penn State President Graham Spanier to represent the most under-represented body of people at Penn State -- the conservatives.
If Penn State fails to meet our needs, it will have sown its own hypocrisy and proven its unwillingness to provide true equality. What do we have to do to be treated fair at Penn State ... receive hate mail so we can "bully" Penn State into giving us equality? Conservative students and faculty feel they are not being given an equal chance to be heard and represented. Why not hear them out?


Vatican Asks to Spare Schiavo's Life

OK, Florida, Mr. Schiavo, now the Vatican is stepping in for her. Get the hint. Don't pull the plug.....

Friday, Feb. 25, 2005 12:10 a.m. EST
Vatican Issues Appeal for Terri Schiavo
A Vatican official launched an appeal to save Terri Schiavo, the brain-damaged Florida woman whose husband wants her off life-support care, Zenit reports. On Wednesday a Florida judge ordered the tube delivering food and water to Schiavo kept in place another 48 hours.
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Pinellas County Circuit Judge George Greer said he needed time to consider legal challenges raised by the woman's parents, including the possibility that her husband, Michael Schiavo, was unfit to act as her guardian.
In statements on Vatican Radio, Cardinal Renato Martino, president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, said: "If Mr. Schiavo succeeds legally in causing the death of his wife, this not only would be tragic in itself, but would be a grave step toward the legal approval of euthanasia in the United States."
He added: "I would like to remind everyone in this connection, about all that the Holy Father has said in past days to the Pontifical Academy for Life, confirming that the quality of life is not interpreted as economic success, beauty and physical pleasure, but consists in the supreme dignity of the creature made in the image and likeness of God.
"No one can be the arbiter of life except God himself."


Hillary Chastised by Iraqi PM Candidate

Essentially, Hillary Rodham Clinton, NY Senator (reverse carpetbagger) was put in her place by a future Iraqi PM/ Cabinet Member. Dan Akroyd would have done it justice by saying, "Hillary, you ignorant slut!"

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Here's the article:

Friday, Feb. 25, 2005 6:47 a.m. EST
Hillary Rebuked by Iraqi Leader
New York Sen. Hillary Clinton has caused an international incident after she criticized Iraq's leading candidate to become prime minister as a result of last month's historic election, prompting a sharp rebuke."Hillary Clinton, as far as I know, does not represent any political decision or the American administration, and I don't know why she said this," Dr. Ibrahim Jafari, who is expected to become prime minister, told the Times of London on Thursday.
"She knows nothing about the Iraqi situation," he added.
During an interview last Sunday, Clinton complained about Jafari's nomination by the duly elected Shia coalition.
"I think that there are grounds both for concern and for, you know, vigilance about this," she told NBC's "Meet the Press." "It is a historical fact that he, along with the Dawa Party, have had connections with Iran . . . There are also family ties and religious ties."
The comments angered Dr. Jafari, a physician from Karbala who fled to Iran only after Saddam Hussein had members of his party killed. He blasted Mrs. Clinton as ill-informed.
"We are not at an American traffic light to be given a red or green signal," Jafari told the Times. "I am speaking on behalf of a collective decision. I will stop when the Iraqi people say to stop."
The Bush administration has not expressed concerns similar to Mrs. Clinton's, said the New York Sun, which first reported Dr. Jafari's comments in the U.S.

Thursday, February 24, 2005

Pope John Paul II Goes Back To Hospital

Pope John Paul II is undergoing a tracheotomy to relieve flu related symptoms. This is the second time in a month that he has undergone treatment. Keep the pontiff in your prayers.,2933,148568,00.html,2933,146095,00.html

CNN and Bill Mahrer Insult Christians

It's no secret that Bill Mahrer and some at CNN dislike and insult Christians on a regular basis.

Here's an article on Mahrer's most recent offense.

Just Last Week, Maher Mouthed Off on MSNBC: “Religion Stops People From Thinking....Religion is a Neurological Disorder.”
CNN Anchor Helps Promote HBO’s Offensive Anti-Faith “Comedian”
Offending people is Bill Maher’s schtick, as he showed again just last week when he denounced religion — all religion — during a February 15 appearance on MSNBC: “We are a nation that is unenlightened because of religion. I do believe that. I think religion stops people from thinking. I think it justified crazies. I think flying planes into a building was a faith-based initiative. I think religion is a neurological disorder.”
Operating under the pretense that he offers brave, “politically incorrect” insights, Maher has been a fount of mean-spiritedness for years, such as during the 2000 election recount when he cheered the idea of murdering Katherine Harris. Liberal journalists would never tolerate such venom if it came from the lips of a conservative talk show host.
But Maher didn’t face a single hardball when he showed up on CNN’s NewsNight on Tuesday to promote the return of his weekly HBO show. Instead, anchor Aaron Brown applauded the offensive comedian (“We’re glad you’re back at work”) and commiserated with him about how hard it is to speak freely in today’s supposedly intolerant climate.
“He is a political comedian at a time when the culture itself seems to have a fair amount of trouble laughing at itself,” Brown asserted. He told Maher: “Someone suggested the other day that the only people in the country who really get to speak their minds are comedians and talk show hosts; everyone else gets trampled. That seem to make sense to you?” Does Aaron Brown feel trampled?
Maher touted his uniqueness: “I don’t think all comedians and talk show hosts speak their mind. I think it’s an even smaller club than that. We do live in much more politically correct times.” He blamed Christians: “The country has become much more conservative, partly because it’s been taken over by the religious right.”
For someone who complains about a stifling political environment, Maher has no problem attracting publicity. He’s been on NewsNight at least three other times, which puts him one ahead of another of Aaron Brown’s favorite guests: Air America radio’s Al Franken, another mean-spirited liberal.

And here's the link:

Ward Churchill Has Advocated Terrorism

Read this article:

By Michelle Malkin · February 24, 2005 09:08 AM
In August 2003, loony professor Ward Churchill spoke in Seattle before a crowd of moonbats and advised them on how to conduct acts of terrorism. Churchill's voice is unmistakable on these tapes, obtained and released by Denver radio station hosts Dan Caplis and Craig Silverman.
You must hear the the clips to believe them:
Part IPart IIPart IIIPart IV
Hat tip: reader Anthony J.
Transcript for Part I:
Question from audience: You mentioned a little bit ago, ‘Why did it take a bunch of Arabs to do what you all should have done a long time ago,’ that’s my question.
And as a white man standing here in your midst from a fairly liberal/conservative/middle of the road background—and I tell people I’m so far left I’m coming up on the rigt—and I’d like you to respond to, why shouldn’t we do something and how could we move so they don’t see us coming?
Churchill: I’m gonna repeat that, tell me if I got that right: Why shouldn’t we do something and how do you you move so they don’t see you coming.
As to the first part, not a reason in the world that I could see. I can’t find a single reason that you shouldn’t in a principled way—there may be some practical considerations, such as do you know how (laughter from audience)—you know, often these things are processes. It’s not just an impulse. And certainly it’s not just an event. And the simple answer, although it probably should be more complicated, but I’m not being flip and giving the simple answer, is: You carry the weapon. That’s how they don’t see it coming.
You’re the one…They talk about ‘color blind or blind to your color.’ You said it yourself.
You don’t send the Black Liberation Army into Wall Street to conduct an action.You don’t send the American Indian Movement into downtown Seattle to conduct an action. Who do you send? You. Your beard shaved, your hair cut close, and wearing a banker’s suit.
There’s probably a whole lot more to it, you know that. But there’s where you start.
Transcript for Part II:
If you are Arab, for example, you are automatically profiled as a potential terrorist. Period. And you can be asked to leave a plane because some Nordic-looking woman two rows down tells the stewardess she’s not comfortable with you being there—her presence makes her uncomfortable—why? Because it was Arabs who flew planes into the Pentagon and the World Trade Center. See. And that fact—she’s on an airplane and there’s an Arab and somehow psychologically it makes her uncomfortable so it’s very understandable that she not be asked to leave since she’s made it clear that she’s not going to be a very big risk to the flight, but rather the individuals sitting there doing nothing have to leave.
And why by the way did it take Arabs to do what people here should have done a long time ago?
Transcript for Part III:
Question from audience:
I’m backing up a step to the Twin Towers falling down, um, there’s been implications about how…well, the first thing I thought about when it down was ‘Oh [expletive], that plays right into what they want to do to us.’ Maybe you can follow up on that. [applause]
Churchill: Your first thought was, well, yeah, you put it pretty well, I’ll accept you at your word, your first thought was ‘Oh [expletive], that plays right into what they want to do to us.’
Well, then, welcome to the club! Welcome to the club along with 565,000 Iraqi children who were systemically starved and denied medical attention to death in less than 10 years while Madeline Albright goes on television on 60 Minutes no less, receives the number, and says yes, ‘I’ve heard it, we’ve decided it’s worth the cost.’
Welcome to the club with the rest of the world. A little bit. I don’t care if it plays into the hands of what they had in mind for you unless you’re doing something tangible to make it stop, what’s already being done to those people on the receiving end.
Why should you be exempt and immune?So instead of ‘Oh [expletive],’ right on. Right on.
And I’m trying to elicit some response. I want someone to take this up, because I know you all aren’t agreeing with me on this.
Transcript for Part IV:
Churchill on getting revenge for speeding tickets: …And I’m not really comfortable with, since I’m presenting no public hazard ever when I’m ticketed, can attest to that, we can take that further at some point tonight if you’d like to, if you’d like to challenge it, but I’m presenting no public hazard, I’m simply being asked to ante up to pay for my own repression.
Not being comfortable with that, I have a rule of thumb: I smile very politely to the cop, take the ticket, look to see how much the fine is going to be, and before I leave that state, I make sure I cause at least that much property damage in state material before I go, so it’s a wash, boys and girls (laughter and applause).

Or click on the link:

Hat Tip to Curt and his blog for finding this.


As you know President Bush has been in Europe, attempting to shore up goodwill and get aide with postwar Iraq. NATO is on board for helping the US. Even Chirac and Schroeder have shaken hands and made up with their advesary President Bush. Seems fine, right?

Wrong. In Mainz, Germany, there were over 12000 protestors to great the President and Chancellor. They had signs like Bush go home, Bush- No. 1 Terrorist, and Warmonger. Warmonger? Awww, well then what do you regard Kaiser Wilhelm and Adolf Hitler as? If anyone knew warmongers, it would be the Germans.

One German said this- "President Bush started a war in which thousands of civilians have died, needlessly." Wow, Klaus, then I guess Saddam would not have killed just as many on his own. Saddam murdered close to 1 million of his own people, Kurds, Iranians, and others. How soon you forget who the bad guys are.

One protestor said Bush comes to Europe to try and rebuild relations with us, that will never happen and we will see to that. America and Europe are too separate and should remain so. That protestor is right. America and Europe will remain apart if it were up to this narrow-minded fool and his socialist ilk.

Many more Germans though not Bush fans, are ready for America and Europe to get back to business and help the fledgling democracies of Iraq and Afghanistan.

However, Bush got a more warm reception in Bratislava- the capitol of Slovakia. Slovakia was once part of Czechoslovakia, which was under the Iron Curtain. The Slovaks, Czechs, Poles, and Ukranians on the other hand support the US and democracy. Some are uncertain of keeping troops in Iraq for longer than they are needed, but they are appreciative of their freedom.

Theirs had been taken away for so long. Crowds rushed Bush, not to protest, but to shake hands and greet The Cowboy. I guess that part of Europe still likes Cowboys.

Today Bush is meeting with Vladimir Putin to discuss the war on terror, but also Iran and The Ukraine.

Odd how one continent can have those who shoot you the bird, and the other has those who wave and smile at you.

Wednesday, February 23, 2005

BASTARDS PART II- Call their bluff, make their live debate LIVELY

OK as you know, the fools at do not like anyone who supports the military whatsoever. They tout doing a live debate, chat sometime on 2/24 or 2/25. They will even let anyone post.

In that case, feel free, to bombard them with messages on how you feel.

Call their bluff.

Terry Schaivo Stay Extended for 2 Days.


CLEARWATER, Fla. — A judge extended Wednesday the stay keeping Terri Schiavo's (search) feeding tube in place until Friday while he considers new arguments from her parents that she should undergo new medical tests and that her husband should be dismissed as her guardian.
Pinellas Circuit Court Judge George Greer had issued the emergency stay Tuesday, after an appeals court removed the last legal obstacle keeping Michael Schiavo (search) from removing the feeding tube over the objections of his in-laws, Robert and Mary Schindler. The stay for another 48 hours pushed the deadline to 5 p.m. EST Friday.
Meanwhile, the Florida Department of Children & Families moved to intervene in the legal battle over the life of the severely brain-damaged woman. Details of the agency's involvement in the case were not immediately available. Greer denied a DCF attorney an opportunity to speak at the afternoon hearing.
The DCF involvement came hours after Gov. Jeb Bush (search) told reporters he was seeking a means to intervene in the case.
George Felos, who represents Terri Schiavo's husband Michael, criticized the DCF move, saying it "reeks of the intervention of politics into the case and is an affront to the court."
David Gibbs, the attorney for the Schindlers, countered there were serious allegations of abuse in the case. The Schindlers have accused their son-in-law of mistreating his wife; he has emphatically denied the accusations.
Greer said he was extending the stay to give him time to consider arguments and material presented to him on whether he should issue an even longer stay while Terri Schiavo undergoes medical tests to determine if she has greater mental capabilities than previously thought.
Speaking at an afternoon news conference in Tallahassee, Bush said he is exploring options to block the removal of the tube but called the effort a "work in progress."
Bush's actions are being closely watched because in October 2003, he pushed through a law allowing him to intervene six days after Terri Schiavo's feeding tube had been removed. That law was struck down as unconstitutional.
"I can assure you, I will do whatever I can within the means, within the laws, of our state to protect this woman's life," Bush said Wednesday. "I won't go beyond that."
Bush said he has received thousands of e-mails and telephone calls from the Schindlers' supporters encouraging him to keep Terri Schiavo alive. The governor said his legal staff is working with legislative attorneys to see what can be done.
"People with deep faith and big hearts are concerned, as I am about the circumstance that Ms. Schiavo is in," the governor continued. "I want them to know I will do what I can, but there are limits to what any particular person — irrespective of the title they currently hold — can do."
Terri Schiavo has been at the center of a long legal battle between her husband and her parents. She suffered severe brain damage 15 years ago when a chemical imbalance stopped her heart and oxygen was cut off to her brain.
Doctors have ruled she is in a persistent vegetative state with no hope for recovery, but her parents have countered with dissenting medical opinions which say she could regain some mental functions with therapy.
Michael Schiavo said his wife never wanted to be kept alive artifically, but she left no written directive. The Schindlers dispute their daughter had such wishes and their son-in-law stood to gain from his wife's death, both financially and personally.

Left Slams Soldiers Family for Condemning Vile Letters from so-called kids, Real Americans Fight back.

Here's the enlightened leftie's letter:

My Dear Ms. LC ima mommy:
Please believe me when I say that you, your brother, your father, and the rest of your mealy-mouthed, self-serving family can go fuck yourselves.
You've been all over the right wing blogs today whipping up sympathy just so you can ride this story into your own little fifteen minutes of reality-show stardom. No doubt many slack-jawed yokels will gladly step up to feed your weazel-like jones to get your ugly pock-marked kissers on teevee.
But I can see you for what you are---media whores tarting yourselves up for your close-ups.
Bugger off, bitch.

Here's our take:

Where the fuck does this jerk get off calling imamommy mealy-mouthed?!?! There's just somes whats needs killin. I reckon...
Posted by: LC Scotty at February 23, 2005 11:43 AM
I knew I could count on you BC!!
Posted by: LC ima mommy at February 23, 2005 11:46 AM
Why don't we all go and say "Sod off, Swampy?"
Posted by: L.S. Mope at February 23, 2005 11:47 AM
You skanks fit the bill:
We have become a Nazi monster in the eyes of the world---a nation of bullies and bastards who would rather kill than live peacefully. We are not just whores for power and oil, but killer whores with hate and fear in our hearts. We are human scum, and that is how history will judge us....No redeeming social value. Just whores. Get out of our way, or we'll kill you.
Who does vote for these dishonest skinheads? Who among us can be happy and proud of having all this innocent blood on our hands? Who are these swine? These flag-sucking half-wits who get fleeced and fooled by stupid little rich kids like George Bush?
They are the same ones who wanted to have Muhammad Ali locked up for refusing to kill gooks. They speak for all that is cruel and stupid and vicious in the American character. They are the racists and hate mongers among us---they are the Ku Klux Klan. I piss down the throats of these Nazis.
And I am too old to worry about whether they like it or not. Fuck them.
Dr Hunter S. Thompson,Kingdom of Fear: Loathsome Secrets of a Star-Crossed Child in the Final Days of the American Century
Posted by: j at February 23, 2005 11:58 AM
Yet another sterling example of Leftist "compassion"... What a parasite-ridden pile of putrefied prawn-puke. And how much you wanna bet a felch-gerbil like him would happily bend over and have the nearest Live At Five crew cramming their collective dicks up his willing ass, if the situation was in some way turned?
Oh, I know. You're only a "media whore tarting it up for the cameras" if it's a Right-Winger saying something. *rolls eyes*
LC Ima Mommy, I'm sorry you had to behold such a disgusting sight.
I hope Sweaty the Yak-Sack gets his ass kicked all over the Blogosphere and runs to his padded cell in panic...He'll find out damn quick that he bit off MUCH more than he could chew!
Posted by: LC & IB Denita TwoDragons, G.L.O.R, Imperial Gardener at February 23, 2005 11:59 AM
*yawn* Oh look, someone quoting that Bastion of Leftist Self-Loathing, Hunter S(plat!) Thompson. Are we supposed to care, oh single-lettered drone?
Posted by: LC & IB Denita TwoDragons, G.L.O.R, Imperial Gardener at February 23, 2005 12:00 PM
From the looks of things, CaptainAbbyNormal already is getting his ass kicked over there, Denita...
Ooh, look, "J" made a mess on the floor. Somebody fetch the Imperial Pooper-Scooper(TM)...
Posted by: LC Wes at February 23, 2005 12:03 PM
...Or maybe "J" is actually CaptainAbbyNormal Don Myers. That Hunter S. Thompson quote is also found on Myers' smearblog, right above where the Cap'n pisses all over Imamommy and her family.
Hey, Don, or "J," or whatever you're calling yourself:
If you love Hunter so much, why don't you emulate him?
Not in drug use (you're clearly doing that already) or by trying to imitate his hip but profane writing style. I'm talking about Hunter's exit from this mortal plane here...
Just pull the trigger and put yourself out of our misery, all right?
Bye bye.
Posted by: LC Wes at February 23, 2005 12:16 PM
I'll supply the ammo.
Just off yerself, already. Anybody who hates himself this much can't have a life worth living.
Posted by: LC Wil at February 23, 2005 12:18 PM
A few of us over at famousidiots have been all over him. Wouldn't mind some more help though.
Posted by: CJ at February 23, 2005 12:19 PM
Little "j",
Your routine is boring.
Now go back and google some more insults (that we haven't heard umpteen times) to fling at us, so you're not wasting our precious time.
I, at least, want some creative trolling.
Now get to work!
Posted by: LC mrs heather, G.L.O.R. (& DIY goddess) at February 23, 2005 12:20 PM
And "J" also just pissed all over the SGT Ploumondore discussion thread, too...
That despicable little shit.
Posted by: LC Wes at February 23, 2005 12:20 PM
This quote pretty much says it all about the leftists."They never open their mouths without subtracting from the sum of humanknowledge."-Thomas Brackett Reed
Posted by: Jack at February 23, 2005 12:22 PM
Don, you are a disgusting sack of excrement that is beyond stench and discription. If you had any stones whatsoever, you'd take up your rant with Bush or Rumsfeld, but nooooooooooo, you pussy out and take on the family of a soldier. Just remember this, soldiers have family, and those families have dads, uncles, godfathers, and lots of cousins and big mean brothers. They may pay you a visit for your arrogance at some time. Why don't you desparate demagogues have the balls to challenge our troops or their immediate supporters? You have no guts and know damn well that the trooper would take you and your world apart limb by limb. You know that you'd be in tears. You also know how your cowardice and bile-filled heart will be exposed to the light of day. In short, you hide in your lair of shadows with contempt and cowardice as your trademarks. Venture out, so that the foot of the righteous can crush your serpent head once and for all. Hey, it worked for Jesus didn't it? To the mom and sister of the trooper, good show on not sinking to this pussbag's level of swearing and ignorance, but even better remaining strong and steadfast for our troops' sake and our nation's sake. To our troops, God Bless You. Real Americans and real European Allies support you.
Posted by: AngryAssTexan at February 23, 2005 12:25 PM
Hunter S Thompson did not die some noble death, he chickened out on life and blew his own head off. He could not face a world in which his idiotology was rejected...... Like most of the left, they swagger, and talk big. Someone steps to their line and kicks dirt over they freak or run off. Awwwww.
Posted by: AngryAssTexan at February 23, 2005 12:31 PM

Go to

To see the leftwing hatchetmen at work, but also the counterattack and defense of our troops.

Assassins Families: Always Defending Their Darling Little Terrorists

OK, here's something that irks me to no end. I know it's normal for family to defend their young or loved ones if they are innocent of any offense. However, Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, has been charged with attempting to assassinate The President of The United States and complicity in aiding Al Qaeda. As usual, Assassin-Boy's family comes to his aide. The usual defenses of "they were so quiet," and "never harmed anyone," came into play. Here's the article:,2933,148443,00.html Ali is facing trial in federal court for an attempt on the President's Life.

Almost every assassin or would be terrorist gets defense and it is somehow not their fault. I guess John Walker Lindh was not at fault for joining Al Qaeda and shooting at our troops or partaking in a prison riot at Mazer Ri Sharif in Afghanistan. That riot resulted in the murder and execution of CIA Agent Johnny Michael Spann. Lindh is facing life in prison. No death penalty. His parents, liberal Californians, say it's not his fault and their son is no terrorist. Ostriches with heads buried have better perception than these denial livers.

Jose Padilla the Dirty Bomber in Chicago was also refuted to be a changed man, after going to prison. Padilla sure did change. He converted to a radical form of Islam and planned to get a dirty bomb into NYC and kill thousands, and possibly one in Chicago. Padilla faces life in prison for attempted terrorism. I guess that rough crowd in prison is to blame, not Padilla or his decisions.

Sorry, every person makes their own choices regardless of background. They are all guilty.

I Miss Rudy Guiliani, Bloomberg is a Joke and a Liberal One At that.

Recently Mayor Rudy Guiliani's shoes were supposedly filled by Michael Bloomberg. Bloomberg's term has shown a rise in crime, property taxes, and a slew of expenses. Bloomberg is described by others as a "white Dinkins."

Bloomberg has also shown himself to be a Republican in name only, not in deed.

Here, in this article. He defends the Hitler Youth writing our troops calling them murderers. Well gee, Mayor Mike, if they wrote to you as a killer, you'd be singing a different tune, huh pal?

Bloomberg needs to go, but sadly will not.

Here's his political manuevering against our troops for the coached protestor letter writing...

P!ss on US?

Recently President Bush and his cabinet and close advisors have gone to Europe on a goodwill tour of Europe. It has been successful in getting NATO to help with Iraq and in getting Europe to mend some broken fences. All is fine right?

It's all fine, until you have to use a public restroom in Belgium. Inside their urinals and some toilets there are stickers with President Bush's face and the American flag. The stickers say "Go ahead, piss on me!" And many Belgians and Europeans are more than happy to oblige. Many don't notice or care, but many more do care and use their yellow stream as a form of political protest. Wow, wonder what happens when these animals get poo in their hands....

Here's the article:

The outcry would be worse if it was the US making Schroeder and Chirac toilet paper or seat covers, or our own stickers. Have Putin, Chirac and Schroeder saying- We don't give a $H!T, so $h!t on us! America would be the bad guys if we did that, but Europe can get away with it.

Personally, I say fight piss with poop.

Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Ted Kennedy is 73, poor Mary Jo would be about 64 right now.

Ted Kennedy, US Senator from Massachusetts, turned 73 today.

Had Mary Jo Kopechne lived through Chappaquidduck, she'd be 64, turning 65 this year.

Sad how that happens, huh Ted?

Man in UK, Jailed for being Too Fat. What's Next Glasses Wearers, and People with Braces and Retainers?

Europe is going too far with meddling in affairs. Large man jailed for being obese.,,2-2005082504,00.html

They jail him, but not Michael Moore, yeah that makes sense. Idiot socialists.

Awww, The Liberals Don't Like Me Very Much. FINE!

Here's the link to those bloodthirsty bastards at Bunch of gutless pussweeds!

Here they are, in true form.

Good site on Saddam and War On Iraq

Thanks Staci, this is some good stuff.

Here is the link:

Bush Visits Europe, Will It Make a Difference in Relations? Part II

Yesterday I got presumptious and pessimistic. Apparently Bush's trip is yielding some results. As of today, NATO has been convinced and has committed to help in training Iraq's military, the police, intelligence and anti-terrorism forces. Bush had also gotten some reassurances from France and the two actually made some headway. There are still differences over Iran, Syria, Israel and other policies, but so far the "charm offensive" is working.

Good work Mr. President, keep it up and do not let up, not an inch.

Here's the article links:,2933,148257,00.html
Bush's Speech to NATO and European Leaders:,2933,148230,00.html

Australian Airport Gas Scare, Cause Unknown, some suspect terrorism.

Here's the link.,5744,12331734%255E2702,00.html

Here's the article:

Mystery gas hits passengersDaniel Hoare,Steve CreedyFebruary 22, 2005
A MYSTERY gas leak threw Melbourne airport into chaos yesterday, putting 47 people in hospital and stranding 20,000 travellers as 78 flights were cancelled.Paramedics treated 57 Virgin Blue passengers and staff outside the south terminal after they experienced nausea, dizziness, vomiting and shortness of breath from the chemical, which emergency crews were unable to detect.
Clad in elaborate protective gear, Metropolitan Fire Brigade officers used sophisticated chemical detection equipment in a bid to locate and identify the substance.
Despite extensive air testing, the investigators were unable to detect the substance and the terminal was reopened at 6.15pm.
Peter Holmes, acting chief officer of the MFB, said initial air testing at midday had detected a chemical element in the air, but it had rapidly dissipated and did not reappear.

He said the terminal had been declared safe by investigators several hours before it reopened.
"We were not able to find what the substance was," he said. "You would normally be able to narrow it down. We had some readings early on in the day, but it started reading clear in the afternoon.
"There is no doubt there was something in there, but it has dissipated."
Mr Holmes said the chemical substance could have been spread by air-conditioning ducts, contaminated baggage or even footwear.
Thousands of passengers were forced to stay overnight in Melbourne after the terminal - which caters for Virgin Blue and Regional Express passengers - was evacuated and shut down for more than eight hours.
Paramedics said all the patients experienced visible physical symptoms, including vomiting and de-hydration.
"They were certainly quite distressed ... so whatever substance this has been has certainly caused a physiological response," said Paul Holman, Metropolitan Ambulance Service operations manager.
Virgin Blue staff were last night working to clear nationwide backlogs of passengers after the incident, which grounded a third of the airline's fleet.
A spokeswoman for the company said 62 flights were cancelled by the closure, stranding or delaying more than 14,000 passengers across Australia.
The "knock-on" effect of the closure was felt as far away as Western Australia and Queensland, she said.
Regional Express reported at least 16 affected flights but said it had re-booked many of its passengers on Qantas.
Neither airline was able to calculate the financial cost of the closure, but Rex warned it could subtract thousands of dollars from its bottom line.
Virgin also defended itself against criticism it had not done enough to book people on other airlines, saying its policy was to provide people with a credit or the next possible Virgin flight.
"Some people have done that themselves," a spokeswoman said.
"They've taken the credit shell with us and jumped on another airline.
"But the majority are trying to get to where they need to go on us."
The spokeswoman said she believed the number of cancellations could be a record for the airline and did not know whether it would seek compensation.
Qantas, whose Melbourne airport terminal was still operational, put on two additional 737s and replaced a 737 with a bigger 767 in an attempt to accommodate those trying to leave Melbourne.
An airport spokesman said its investigations into the cause of the gas leak would continue.

Another NY Congressman Gone Nuts, says Bush dodged draft, again.

New York Democratic Congressman Maurice Hinchey (search) is accusing the White House, and specifically adviser Karl Rove, of "setting up" CBS to air the now-discredited report on President Bush's National Guard service. At a weekend forum in Ithaca, New York — taped by a member of the audience — Hinchey said, "Why did [the White House] do it? They knew that Bush was a draft dodger. ... They knew that he had no defense for that period in his life. ... So] they produced papers ... and they distributed those out to elements of the media. ... [CBS] finally bought into it."

Hinchey, however, said he has no evidence to back up his claim.

This is off Fox News.

This guy needs therapy or just needs to get unseated. What are they putting in the water in New York?


24, is getting good, but twisted.

Last Night, on 24, Jack Bauer and Tony Almeda had Navi Araz cornered, with his hostage son Behrooz Araz. Bauer was about to take out Araz, when Behrooz shot the man, saving Jack's life and maybe others. Dina Araz and Behrooz were taken into protective custody at the CTU.

Meanwhile, Edgar and Sarah are cracking codes and find that a terrorist hideout was financed by Audrey's estranged husband, in LA at time of Secretary of Defense Heller's and Audrey's abduction, attempted murder. Jack and Audrey are out to get Raines and see if he planned the assassination plot or the nuclear meltdown. Sarah had since recovered from her torture and will help Director Driscoll, but deeply distrusts her boss.

Curtis and Marianne are going to get the nuclear override, since Marianne was the one giving secrets to Powell, a traitor computer business man, shot by an unknown sniper while Jack and Tony tried to apprehend him. Curtis is abducted and Marianne executed by unknown men in suits, not the Islamic terrorists, a new wrinkle....

Meanwhile, Jack is following Audrey who is alone in a room with Paul, who is paranoid and may be armed.

5 Nuclear reactors are awaiting meltdown or shut off. One went out and killed hundreds in the surrounding areas, including Edgar's mother who was on life support.

Next week, who knows......

Traitor Charged with Conspiracy to Assassinate President Bush

OK, the first ever formal charges against a US Citizen were filed against him today. This graduate student plotted to kill President Bush, others, and to aide and help Al Qaeda do so. This is another Red Diaper Doper Baby that needs to meet the business end of a tazer or syreinge with scopalomine. Or get Jack Bauer to make this guy talk.

Article Link:,2933,148338,00.html

No Islamic Terrorists, Says Charles Rangel (US Rep, NYC)

OK, I know Democrats are still in denial that Bush was re-elected and still fuming over Iraq starting to work out, but this is stupid.

Charles Rangel knows about as much about history as he does about conservative values.

Moron Rangel asserts that calling Islamic Terrorists Islamic is racist.

First, it's not racist, it's a matter of fact that the 9/11 hijackers and planners were all Muslim extremists. Also, the guys who tried to bomb the World Trade Center in 1993 were also Muslims. Let's not forget the bombers of Pan Am Flight 103, The Beirut US MArine Barracks, Achille Lauro hijackers who killed New Yorker Leon Klinghoffer- in his wheel chair, and so on.....
No Charlie, they are Islamic Terrorist Extremists, get it right.

Rangel aslo asserts that the KKK was predominantly Baptist and was a group of Christians. That pisses me off for so many reasons. First, I am a Southern Baptist, who does watch Disney and Harry Potter. Second, asserting one sect is guilty of terrorism is worse than the so-called evils that Rangel lumps on white Christians. Sure Charlie, and the Black Panthers were a non-violent community group that never shot cops or killed people. Get a brain, you fossil. The KKK was supposedly a "good God fearing group," but they missed the part of the Bible that said ALL MEN ARE CREATED IN GOD'S IMAGE. Real Americans know that all men are given inalieable rights. Look at our Constitution and Declaration Charlie. If you dare read a document written by white guys, some of whom were New Yorkers.

Rangel also incorrectly said Nazis were Christian terrorists. Nazis were pagans, Rangel, you moron! Nazis though they had Christian backers, were hell bent on destroying every church and synagogue and replacing every cross and star of David with the swastika and God with Adolf Hitler. Hitler may have gone to Catholic school when he was little, but that murdering animal was certainly not a Christian. More Christians died at the hands of Hitler and trying to stop him at D-Day and Monte Cassino, than supported Hitler. Rangel, read Rise and Fall of The Third Reich or Cost of Discipleship and then call Christians terrorists.

Charles Rangel has to be the most divisive and history ignorant Congressman from NEw York or the whole US, since Baghdad Jim McDermott. Good luck Harlem, you kept re-electing this guy. Thanks a heap, New York.

Monday, February 21, 2005

Jimmy Carter Sub Part II, Now This is Fitting!

Another good one from Curt.

Click on this link and enlarge the pic.

It's funny.

Again, good work Curt.

What Californian Thinks of Troops Part III- Now They're Pushing it!

As if the Pearcy household hasn't garnered enough negative attention. Check this out.....

Here's the link.

WARNING: These freaks Americans hate so bad, they curse us out. I also got ticked, so click on this link at your discretion.

Good work, Curt.

Troop Haters are getting younger now, like Hitler Youth.

If this isn't a pisser, I wonder what is.... Here is the article link.

Apparently the soldier haters are getting younger and younger, thanks to the so-called educators. Did this letter come from New York or a sheikh's Madras? This kid ought to be ashamed, but is not. Apparently the Hitler in Headscarf Youth are getting younger and more brazen. Who's up for public caning againg? I know I am.



Pfc. Rob Jacobs of New Jersey received scathing letters from Brooklyn sixth-grader. ';

Pfc. Rob Jacobs of New Jersey received scathing letters from Brooklyn sixth-grader.
Pfc. Rob Jacobs of New Jersey said he was initially ecstatic to get a package of letters from sixth-graders at JHS 51 in Park Slope last month at his base 10 miles from the North Korea border. That changed when he opened the envelope and found missives strewn with politically charged rhetoric, vicious accusations and demoralizing predictions that only a handful of soldiers would leave the Iraq war alive. "It's hard enough for soldiers to deal with being away from their families, they don't need to be getting letters like this," Jacobs, 20, said in a phone interview from his base at Camp Casey. "If they don't have anything nice to say, they might as well not say anything at all." One Muslim boy wrote: "Even thoe [sic] you are risking your life for our country, have you seen how many civilians you or some other soldier killed?" His letter, which was stamped with a smiley face, went on: "I know your [sic] trying to save our country and kill the terrorists but you are also destroying holy places like Mosques." Most of the 21 letters Jacobs provided to The Post mentioned some support for the armed forces, if not the Iraq war, and thanked him for his service. But nine of the students made clear their distaste for the president or the war. The letters were written as a social-studies assignment. The JHS 51 teacher, Alex Kunhardt, did not return phone calls, but the school principal, Xavier Costello, responded with a statement: "While we would never censor anything that our children write, we sincerely apologize for forwarding letters that were in any way inappropriate to Pfc. Jacobs. This assignment was not intended to be insensitive, but to be supportive of the men and women in service to our nation." " name=text>
February 21, 2005 -- An American soldier overseas is fuming over letters he received from Brooklyn middle-school children accusing GIs of destroying mosques and killing civilians in Iraq.
Pfc. Rob Jacobs of New Jersey said he was initially ecstatic to get a package of letters from sixth-graders at JHS 51 in Park Slope last month at his base 10 miles from the North Korea border.
That changed when he opened the envelope and found missives strewn with politically charged rhetoric, vicious accusations and demoralizing predictions that only a handful of soldiers would leave the Iraq war alive.
"It's hard enough for soldiers to deal with being away from their families, they don't need to be getting letters like this," Jacobs, 20, said in a phone interview from his base at Camp Casey.
"If they don't have anything nice to say, they might as well not say anything at all."
One Muslim boy wrote: "Even thoe [sic] you are risking your life for our country, have you seen how many civilians you or some other soldier killed?"
His letter, which was stamped with a smiley face, went on: "I know your [sic] trying to save our country and kill the terrorists but you are also destroying holy places like Mosques."
Most of the 21 letters Jacobs provided to The Post mentioned some support for the armed forces, if not the Iraq war, and thanked him for his service. But nine of the students made clear their distaste for the president or the war.
The letters were written as a social-studies assignment.
The JHS 51 teacher, Alex Kunhardt, did not return phone calls, but the school principal, Xavier Costello, responded with a statement:
"While we would never censor anything that our children write, we sincerely apologize for forwarding letters that were in any way inappropriate to Pfc. Jacobs. This assignment was not intended to be insensitive, but to be supportive of the men and women in service to our nation."

Bush said Clinton was a disgrace, in 1998

Sunday, Feb. 20, 2005 9:20 a.m. EST
Bush: Clinton 'Disgraced the Nation'
President Bush had some choice words for both his predecessor, Bill Clinton, and his likely opponent, Al Gore, in tapes recorded by historian Doug Wead two years before Bush ran for the White House and excerpted by the New York Times on Sunday.Speaking in 1998, when news headlines were filled with lurid details of Clinton's involvement with intern Monica Lewinsky, Bush decried the investigation into the scandal, telling Wead, "I don't like it either."
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"But on the other hand," Bush added in the next breath, "I think he has disgraced the nation."
During the 2000 presidential campaign, Bush would say publicly that he intended to "restore the honor and dignity" of the office, but never directly referenced any of the Clinton scandals - and he never personally attacked the president himself.
At the GOP convention in Philadelphia that year, the Bush campaign went so far as to decline to allow an on-site tribute to the Republican House members who prosecuted Clinton's impeachment - one of Bush's first attempts to bring the now famous "new tone" to Washington.
Privately, however, Bush was more candid, acknowledging that while his past wasn't perfect, there was a key difference between how he and Clinton handled their respective problems.
"I did some things when I was young that were immature," he told Wead. "The difference between me and the president [is] I've learned. I am prepared to accept the responsibility of this office."
While always remaining civil on the campaign trail, the Times said, privately Bush could hardly contain his disdain for Al Gore, at one point telling Wead that the then-vice president was "pathologically a liar."

Here's the article link:

Bush spoke his mind, long before he was President

Back in 1998, President to be George W Bush, gave an interview to Doug Wead, on his reflections of his young life, partying, and then transformation through faith in God. Bush was ardent on being an American for everyone, but not giving up on his principles.

Here is the link:

Here's the article:

Saturday, Feb. 19, 2005 9:26 p.m. EST
Tapes Reveal Bush Thinking
Doug Wead, the author of a new book about presidential childhoods and a former aide to President George H.W. Bush, the father of the current President Bush, secretly taped conversations with then Texas Governor George W. Bush in which the future president weighed the political implications of his religious faith, discussed campaign strategy and commented on rivals.
He has now played some of those tapes for a New York Times reporter, claiming that publicity for his new book was not a consideration.
The White House thus far has only commented via a spokesperson: "The governor was having casual conversations with someone he believed was his friend."
According to a report in the Times, some examples of a candid Gov. Bush, starting in the summer of 1998:
John McCain "will wear thin," he predicted.
"I like Ashcroft a lot," he told Wead in November 1998. "He is a competent man. He would be a good Supreme Court pick. He would be a good attorney general. He would be a good vice president."
Preparing to meet Christian leaders in September 1998, Bush told Wead: "As you said, there are some code words. There are some proper ways to say things, and some improper ways. I am going to say that I've accepted Christ into my life. And that's a true statement."
The future president said he could withstand scrutiny of his past, telling Wead it involved nothing more than "just, you know, wild behavior."
Defending his approach to not answering certain prying press questions about his past, Bush said: "I wouldn't answer the marijuana questions. You know why? Because I don't want some little kid doing what I tried."
In a conversation on the eve of Bush's re-election as governor: "I believe tomorrow is going to change Texas politics forever. The top three offices right below me will be the first time there has been a Republican in that slot since the Civil War. Isn't that amazing? And I hate to be a braggart, but they are going to win for one reason: me."
"I think he wants me to attack homosexuals," Bush said after meeting James Robison, a prominent evangelical minister in Texas. He said he told Robison: "Look, James, I got to tell you two things right off the bat. One, I'm not going to kick gays, because I'm a sinner. How can I differentiate sin?"

The President has been shooting from the hip since then, why be shocked now.

This is the same President who also stated in that interview that Bill Clinton had disgraced America, and that Al Gore was a pathological liar.

Guess George had a sixth sense since years and years ago.

Bush Visits Europe, Will It Make a Difference in Relations?

This week, President George W Bush will be visiting Europe. This is officially part of a 5 day good will tour of Europe. Bush will arrive in Brussels, go to Germany, and then Slovakia. Not a Grand Tour, but Bush will be meeting with Presidents Chirac and Putin, and Chancellor Schroeder of Germany. All 3 were ardent foes on the war in Iraq, but are now favoring the post war actions of elections and what not.

Now, does anyone else think this may do no good.

I do, and here's why.

First, The French are still hampering any efforts of ours to apprehend and stop terrorists, since we still have the death penalty. The French say it's too cruel and inhuman. This is rich, coming from the land of The Bastille and Guillotine. Bravo, clap, clap... Also, Chirac is less strident in handling Iran or Syria. He will stick to do nothing and only fight when attacked. That worked so well in World War II, didn't it Jacques? How long were you occupied again? Chirac is also less willing to support Israel, which we do. Bush and Chirac may have dinner, but it may be little more than a photo op. Bush may be willing, but Chirac seems not.

Second, Russia is openly giving weapons and nuclear technology to Iran and Syria. Russia, not necessarily our enemy, some say, is hocking off its nuclear stockpile. Bankrupt Russia needs to pawn off items to stay afloat, but ironically no creditors or collections are calling for them. Putin has also been cagey on the war on terror. He can be depended on to kill Chechens or Al Qaeda, but not state sponsored dictators with open check books. Also, Putin is still steamed that we endorsed Viktor Yuschencko as the newly elected President of Ukraine. Putin preferred his pro-Moscor head who was defeated in an election and in the recount.

Third, protestors. There are a few hundred, sure, but they will put a damper on the Bush visit. They did it in London, again in Ottawa, and now in Brussles, and definitely in Germany. The press will focus on them, and not what will be accomplished. Gotta love the press, right?

Crickets chirping.

Let us hope I am wrong on this and something gets accomplished. Well, definitely more than when he was jeered in England, mainly London, which is more pro-US than most of Europe.

Friday, February 18, 2005


I am too mad to try and gloss over these sons of bitches. Click on this site and protest these bastards! NOW!!!! It speaks for itself....

If You Can't Read English, Don't Drive Here

OK, some of you will think I am a hater. Tough crap, I don't care.

First, let me vent. When you cannot read the native language of this land, why are you driving around? If you can't read STOP or SLOW or any of that, should you be on the road? Should you have a license? Should you be behind the frickin wheel in the first place?!? No, not according to me.

However, I and many others, have been overruled and are dodging accidents daily. We can thank liberals and greedy companies for this.

When accidents with a light rail train in LA occurs, and over a dozen are killed because an illegal immigrant parked an SUV on the tracks and tried to kill himself, there is a good question. How the hell did he get a license and why was he allowed to cause this accident?

When a family is killed when a Mexican truck driver tips over an 18 wheeler, crushing the family inside a vehicle. The same question is asked. And another... Why in the name of God did the company owner of the truck employ such a questionable driver?

When accidents occur and an uninsured illegel hits you, why do they speak another language, only, until you mention the police or a lawyer? What is going on here?

Sadly enough, we are to blame. We have not written our officials or ridden our legislators to pass tougher laws and enact other measures to keep America's borders secure and safe. We have not been attentive and think it's just someone else's problem.

Companies that we support are to blame. Companies will employ cheaper labor even if they do not speak the proper language. The workers may not know regulations like their higher paid American or Hispanic American counterparts who are citizens. I hope that bottom line is worth it to them, because it sucks for those of us in accidents.

We need to stress the importance of learning one language in this country. Not to discard your heritage, but to know English like you would your own language. We ought not to have to change everything. When you go overseas, many can speak English, but would prefer you speak their language when in their homeland. Fair is fair. Unfortunately, it's not the ruling principle. The principle is diversity and inclusion versus language, borders, and American culture. Thanks liberals, now we don't know who we are.

This needs to change, or expect a jump in premiums, taxes, and other costs.

Tell that to the Hollywood idiots who are chauffered around, but want illegals and non-English speaking or reading to drive on our streets.


Liberalism is a Mental Disorder

Recently, Radio Talk Host Michael Savage, came out with a new book. It's entitled Liberalism Is a Mental Disorder. This is the follow up to his first two best-sellers, The Savage Nation and The Enemy Within. Savage is a pretty right of right radio host and commentator. Savage coined many good phrases and an intensity against liberalism that can only be answered with this.


Thanks for the following words, I like to use.

Hitler in a Headscarf- how else is best to describe the murdering animals that saw off the head of men and women hostages and drink their blood? How else would you phrase a murdering group that shot, bayonetted, and blasted to bits Russian school children on live TV.

Islamofascist- Good way to describe men masking as The Religion of Peace but run dictatorial regimes modeled after Hitler and the old autocratic caliphs of the Ottoman Turk Empire. Saddam Hussein and the Taliban are two Islamofascist regimes that have been crushed. The next fascists to deal with are Syria's Bashir Assad- successor to Alaz Al Assad Sr- brutal mass murderer and occupier of Lebanon, provoked part of Yom Kippur War. Iran's Ayatollah's and Terrorist Backing Regime- Ayatollah Khatami is pursuing nukes to kick the Allies out of the Middle East and conquer the moderate lands. Divide and Conquer, like Adolf Hitler did. Al Qaeda- they are still a menace and their murdering Einsatzgruppen slaughtered thousands on September 11, and hundreds more since then and before. they are a cancer that must be destroyed. Hamas, Abu Sayaf, Islamic Jihad- all terrorists, especially the scum in Iraq, are Islamofascists hijacking their people and taking them to war and hell.

Checkered-Pants Republican- A person who says they are a conservative and Republican, but their policies do not match. At times Bush can be checkered pants, most of the time, he is a conservative. The checkered pants types are those lacking back bone to stand up to the liberals and try and negotiate with them. They get many conservatives into a fit.

Red Diaper Doper Babies- spoiled brat leftists here. Red communists who hate America, prefer Europe over the US and looooove everywhere but here. Diaper- their babies who demand their diapers be changed, their asses wiped, and we do it for them. Forget our needs, we must serve them, so they say. Doper- one they are dopey, going against most logical arguments. Supporting terrorists over our troops, backing the mullahs over Israeli bombing victims, and of course godless abortion over protection of new life and marriage. Babies- mature like children, whining crying and when left alone, destructive. Red Diaper Doper Babies, very fitting Dr. Savage.

Demoncats- Democrat play on words. Demons hell bent on their taking power or destroy everything that they cannot have. Cats- they hiss they scratch, they're the ultimate you scratch my back, I'll think of scratching yours types. These overlap into RDDB, HIHS, and IFs.- Red Diaper Doper Babies, Hitler in Headscarves, and Islamofascists.

Loy-yers- pronunciation of Lawyer to denote the NYU and Columbia types whose noses are at a constant 45 degree upturned snob slant. They think law degree equals or is better than God. They trade their morals for a $5000 suit, their kids for a Jaguar, and and their souls for a large contingency fee for suing the US Army, Christians, or anyone not a flaming liberal.

Thanks Dr. Savage for these terms. I hope you don't mind when I use them.

For those of us angry and right of center, keep being a voice for us.

Signs that Liberalism is Dying

First, there is desparation. When debates fail to woo voters and any converts. In fact, conservatives keep adding to their rosters, liberals are waning. Their numbers are dropping, quite literally. Many are so disaffected and disgusted with anti-American rhetoric and BS that they are flocking to independent and conservative alternatives. The libs are now so desparate that they are picking fights, throwing shoes, pies, and even trying to assult people.

Case in point. Yesterday former Reagan and Bush advisor Richard Perle was giving a debate with DNC Chair Howard Dean when one of his supporters, called Perle a liar and threw a shoe at him. The young idiot was dragged off by the police. Others were escorted out. Dean didn't seem to care or even reprimand the unruly types. The far left is now to the point they want to pick fights. Oddly enough, the more reasonable leadership, so-called, does nothing on this idiocy.

Last year, two protestors attempted to hit Ann Coulter with a pie, while at a speaking engagement. They grazed her shoulder and coat sleeve. Both were arrested. Coulter joked about their aim and reiterated the desparation of the left. Apparently since their platforms did not work and the liberals cannot win anymore votes, they figure its time for a prank war. Awe, do you really want to go there, kids?

The New Republic had declared that liberalism is dying. How right they are, since any concrete actions have been replaced by childish anger and tantrums. Let's not forget the stupid pranks and supposed bravery of tossing a pie or your own shoe. Even protestors on inauguration day were not so adult as not to toss a snow ball or heckle, before they were arrested by the Secret Service. You play, you pay.

Keep up the desparate antics, more will come to the right for their answers, as the left offers nothing more than empty rhetoric and stark anger.

Thursday, February 17, 2005

24 is getting good

OK, I'm going to do a running thing. Updates on 24. I will try not to spoil it, but that show is too damn good NOT TO TALK ABOUT.

This past Monday, Secretary of Defense Jack Heller, CTU Director Erin Driscoll, CTU Agent Jack Bauer, and everyone else is still trying to avert nuclear meltdown in 6 nuclear power plants. Bauer and former agent Tony Almeida are still trying to find the terrorists with a computer override to shut off the meltdown. So far, no success.

Dina and Behrooz Araz are still fugitives, not just from the law but also Navi Araz. Navi, the father of Behrooz, husband on Dina, is trying to kill his son and wife. Both disobeyed him and he felt compromised the terror plot to melt down most of America with nuclear fallout. Araz is also ordered by a terrorist mastermind, other cell leader, Habib, to kill them as they are liabilities. Araz is willing and able. Dina and Behrooz are stuck in a hotel, until son goes to hospital.

The son is spotted by Dina's brother, a hospital pharmacist and he calls Araz Sr. thinking Behrooz is just up to teenage things, but father uses a drug abuse story to have the uncle keep Behrooz at bay. Avi Araz arrives, shoots the uncle for his help and takes his son hostage.

Meanwhile, Dina is tracked down by Bauer and CTU. The SWAT Team raids the hotel and take Dina, who has a gunshot wound from her husband. Jack and Tony call for a Presidential pardon, in which Behrooz, a minor, is absolved of all wrong doing. The President, on Air Force One, of course says word it loosely, not specifically. Insurance.....

Jack and CTU then corner Avi and Behrooz in the hospital parking lot basement level. And that's where it ends.....

All other details go to Fox's 24 website.