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.

Thursday, September 29, 2005

LIBCRAP ALERT! Religious Observance Hinders A Country's Development

Read this, but before doing so, take blood pressure pills or wrap your head in tape so it doesn't explode.....



Societies worse off 'when they have God on their side'By Ruth Gledhill, Religion Correspondent
RELIGIOUS belief can cause damage to a society, contributing towards high murder rates, abortion, sexual promiscuity and suicide, according to research published today.
According to the study, belief in and worship of God are not only unnecessary for a healthy society but may actually contribute to social problems.
The study counters the view of believers that religion is necessary to provide the moral and ethical foundations of a healthy society.
It compares the social peformance of relatively secular countries, such as Britain, with the US, where the majority believes in a creator rather than the theory of evolution. Many conservative evangelicals in the US consider Darwinism to be a social evil, believing that it inspires atheism and amorality.
Many liberal Christians and believers of other faiths hold that religious belief is socially beneficial, believing that it helps to lower rates of violent crime, murder, suicide, sexual promiscuity and abortion. The benefits of religious belief to a society have been described as its “spiritual capital”. But the study claims that the devotion of many in the US may actually contribute to its ills.
The paper, published in the Journal of Religion and Society, a US academic journal, reports: “Many Americans agree that their churchgoing nation is an exceptional, God-blessed, shining city on the hill that stands as an impressive example for an increasingly sceptical world.
“In general, higher rates of belief in and worship of a creator correlate with higher rates of homicide, juvenile and early adult mortality, STD infection rates, teen pregnancy and abortion in the prosperous democracies.
“The United States is almost always the most dysfunctional of the developing democracies, sometimes spectacularly so.”
Gregory Paul, the author of the study and a social scientist, used data from the International Social Survey Programme, Gallup and other research bodies to reach his conclusions.
He compared social indicators such as murder rates, abortion, suicide and teenage pregnancy.
The study concluded that the US was the world’s only prosperous democracy where murder rates were still high, and that the least devout nations were the least dysfunctional. Mr Paul said that rates of gonorrhoea in adolescents in the US were up to 300 times higher than in less devout democratic countries. The US also suffered from “ uniquely high” adolescent and adult syphilis infection rates, and adolescent abortion rates, the study suggested.
Mr Paul said: “The study shows that England, despite the social ills it has, is actually performing a good deal better than the USA in most indicators, even though it is now a much less religious nation than America.”
He said that the disparity was even greater when the US was compared with other countries, including France, Japan and the Scandinavian countries. These nations had been the most successful in reducing murder rates, early mortality, sexually transmitted diseases and abortion, he added.
Mr Paul delayed releasing the study until now because of Hurricane Katrina. He said that the evidence accumulated by a number of different studies suggested that religion might actually contribute to social ills. “I suspect that Europeans are increasingly repelled by the poor societal performance of the Christian states,” he added.
He said that most Western nations would become more religious only if the theory of evolution could be overturned and the existence of God scientifically proven. Likewise, the theory of evolution would not enjoy majority support in the US unless there was a marked decline in religious belief, Mr Paul said.
“The non-religious, proevolution democracies contradict the dictum that a society cannot enjoy good conditions unless most citizens ardently believe in a moral creator.
“The widely held fear that a Godless citizenry must experience societal disaster is therefore refuted.”

Roberts confirmed, as Chief Justice

Roberts confirmed as Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, just saw CSPAN, 78-22 vote for Roberts......

Updates will be coming now!

Now, the real fun begins. Replacing that hag O'Connor......

This will be WWIII and believe me Tubby Kennedy and F-ck Chuck Schumer will drag out THE BIG GUNS.

Ronnie Earle: DeLay Prosecutor with previous axe grinding against GOP

READ IT AND WEEP. This guy makes Ken Starr look like Mother Theresa.....


Ronnie Earle: DeLay's Accuser

Dave Eberhart, NewsMax.comThursday, Sept. 29, 2005

Who really is Ronnie Earle?
House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, R-Tex, denounced the Travis County, Texas, prosecutor as nothing more than a "rogue district attorney."
He accused of Earle of using a conspiracy indictment to seek retribution for the 2002 election in which the Democrats lost control over the Texas Legislature.
"This act is the product of a coordinated, premeditated campaign of political retribution - the all-too-predictable result of a vengeful investigation led by a partisan fanatic," DeLay charged.
Indeed, DeLay and Earle go back a long way – and Earle has a demonstrated track record of political prosecutions, including some notable cases against high-ranking Republicans.
More than a year ago, Earle made it clear that his mission was to prosecute criminals and politicians.
"The two aren't mutually exclusive," he said at the time.

Earle's sharp-shooting prosecutorial crosshairs even include once filing misdemeanor charges against himself and settling up with a $200 fine after learning his own campaign had failed to file required contribution reports.
But the DeLay indictment is not for showboating. Earle clearly wants to sink the most powerful House Republican.
Earle's defenders point out that over his 27-year career, a seemingly indefatigable Earle has prosecuted no less than 12 Democratic officeholders and four Republicans. But DeLay defenders note Texas has only recently become a Republican stronghold and that the liberal prosecutor has even engaged at political prosecutions of fellow Democrats.
Perhaps the most telling case of Earle's political cases has been his 1994 legal attack on U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison - a Republican. Earle had her indicted on frivilous charges of allegedly misusing state telephones for political business.
At a pretrial hearing, the judge questioned the admissibility of the prosecution's evidence and Earle declined to present a case.
On the way to the current indictment, a succession of Earle-led grand juries over the last two years have examined more than $2 million in corporate money spent in 2002 to elect GOP legislative candidates, redrawing congressional boundaries to give DeLay an additional six Republicans in Congress.
Also along the way, Earle has indicted three DeLay lieutenants.
But recent press reports seem to ignore the fact that Earle, as part of the DeLay case, also has indicted eight U.S. corporations, including Sears and Cracker Barrel, Bacardi USA, Westar Energy, Williams Companies, and several other companies.
At the time, Earle said he could prove "the outline of an effort to use corporate contributions to control representative democracy in Texas."
The companies, of course, denied wrongdoing.
But Earle later cleared the companies after demanding they make donations to charities he backed. Reportedly he sought as much as $1 million from Sears. In the end, Earle was said to have "persuaded" these companies to fork over six-figure donations in exchange for clearing them of wrongdoing.
Earle's history has not been lost on DeLay supporters.
"We saw what happened when he pulled a shenanigan like this against Kay Hutchison years ago. At the 11th hour, he just stood up and said, ‘It's a bogus indictment,'" said U.S. Rep. Henry Bonilla, R-Texas.
How long - if at all - will Earle wait to make the same claim this time regarding Tom DeLay?

There was also a bogus bribery charge against TX Attorney Jim Maddox, a Republican, at the rumored behest of Ann Richards, a Democrat. Maddox was acquitted and vindicated like the other Republicans.

I wonder though, how hard did he really go after the listed Democrats?

Not as hard as he is after DeLay apparently.

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Anne Coulter: Never Compliment a Democrat

Here's the venerable Anne Coulter and some of her most recent words. I am waiting to see what she has to say about DeLay and the Sheehan-McCain shoutfest.....

Ann Coulter: Never Compliment a Democrat

Best selling author and conservative pundit Ann Coulter told Alan Colmes on the "Hannity and Colmes" show on Fox News last night that she meant it when she wrote in her book "How to Talk to a Liberal - If You Must," now out in paperback, that the rules for talking to a liberal forbid complimenting or showing graciousness to, or flattering a Democrat.
Colmes then told Coulter that Pat Tillman, the former pro football player who was killed in Afghanistan, was pro-John Kerry and against the war in Iraq. "You were quoted in the San Fransisco Chronicle yesterday" Colmes continued, saying that Tillman "was virtuous and pure, as only an American male can be. I wonder if you still would say those things" knowing he was a Democrat?
"No, but I don't believe it," she said. "I think you got that from one of those document that Mary Mapes (The producer of the bogus CBS News story on George W. Bush's Guard service) handed in to Dan Rather."
Sean Hannity then asked her about the story on her Web site, about the two Indiana firefighters volunteering to help the people of New Orleans who were sent by FEMA to an eight hour class on sexual harassment and equal opportunity, rather than straight to the Crescent City to aid residents.
Ann notes on her site, "Anyone who works for FEMA for more than two weeks is required to take training programs in 'awareness and prevention of sexual harassment,' 'equal rights officer orientation,' and 'valuing diversity.'"
She told Hannity it was just another case of "Welcome to the federal government.
"That's what we ought to be having hearings on. That's what I think [former FEMA boss] Michael Brown should have been asked about. I assume this applies to all federal agencies, which is why in general, conservatives don't want to federalize everything. This is what you get when you get FEMA."
Hannity said, I think you could do a whole book just on this topic!" No, Coulter disagreed, the diversity training before you can go and rescue people says it all.
Today on Fox News' "Dayside" program, Coulter commented on Tom Delay's indictment by a Texas grand jury, saying it is pure politics by prosecutor Ronnie Earle and is a perfect example of the need for her book because Liberals want Republicans outlawed, and they "would like to put us all in Guantanamo."


Tom Delay Indicted on Conspiracy and Finance Charges

Well, we knew this was coming. Tom DeLay, US Congressman, House Majority Leader, and Sugarland, TX Rep is indicted on some interesting charges....

Here's an arty of the indictment......

DeLay Indicted in Campaign Finance ProbeSep 28 2:25 PM US/Eastern

By LARRY MARGASAKAssociated Press Writer
A Texas grand jury on Wednesday charged Rep. Tom DeLay and two political associates with conspiracy in a campaign finance scheme, forcing the House majority leader to temporarily relinquish his post.
DeLay, 58, was accused of a criminal conspiracy along with two associates, John Colyandro, former executive director of a Texas political action committee formed by DeLay, and Jim Ellis, who heads DeLay's national political committee.
DeLay is the first House leader to be indicted while in office in at least a century, according to congressional historians.
"I have notified the speaker that I will temporarily step aside from my position as majority leader pursuant to rules of the House Republican Conference and the actions of the Travis County district attorney today," DeLay said in a statement.
Speaker Dennis Hastert, R-Ill., will recommend that Rep. David Dreier of California step into those duties, said GOP congressional officials. Some of the duties may go to the GOP whip, Rep. Roy Blunt of Missouri. The Republican rank and file may meet as early as Wednesday night to act on Hastert's recommendation.
Blunt said he was confident DeLay would be cleared of the allegations and return to his leadership job. "Unfortunately, Tom DeLay's effectiveness as Majority Leader is the best explanation for what happened in Texas today," Blunt said.
Criminal conspiracy is a state felony punishable by six months to two years in a state jail and a fine of up to $10,000. The potential two- year sentence forces DeLay to step down under House Republican rules.
At the White House, press secretary Scott McClellan said the president still considers DeLay _ a fellow Texan _ a friend and an effective leader in Congress.
"Congressman DeLay is a good ally, a leader who we have worked closely with to get things done for the American people," McClellan said. "I think the president's view is that we need to let the legal process work."
The indictment puts the Republicans _ who control the White House, Senate and House _ on the defensive. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., also is fending off question of ethical improprieties. Federal prosecutors and the Securities and Exchange Commission are looking into Frist's sale of stock in HCA Inc., the hospital operating company founded by his family.
Less than a week ago, a former White House official was arrested in the investigation of Jack Abramoff, a high-powered lobbyist and fundraiser.
The indictment accused DeLay of a conspiracy to "knowingly make a political contribution" in violation of Texas law outlawing corporate contributions. It alleged that DeLay's Texans for a Republican Majority political action committee accepted $155,000 from companies, including Sears Roebuck, and placed the money in an account.
The PAC then wrote a $190,000 check to an arm of the Republican National Committee and provided the committee a document with the names of Texas State House candidates and the amounts they were supposed to received in donations.
The indictment included a copy of the check.
"The defendants entered into an agreement with each other or with TRMPAC (Texans for a Republican Majority Political Action Committee) to make a political contribution in violation of the Texas election code," says the four-page indictment. "The contribution was made directly to the Republican National Committee within 60 days of a general election."
The indictment against the second-ranking, and most assertive Republican leader came on the final day of the grand jury's term. It followed earlier indictments of a state political action committee founded by DeLay and three of his political associates.
Kevin Madden, DeLay's spokesman, dismissed the charge as politically motivated.
"This indictment is nothing more than prosecutorial retribution by a partisan Democrat," Madden said, citing prosecutor Ronnie Earle, a Democrat.
Rep. Tom Reynolds, R-N.Y., the head of the National Republican Congressional Committee, dismissed the indictment as the work of an "unapologetic Democrat partisan" _ Earle _ and said, "Democrats resent Tom DeLay because he routinely defeats them both politically and legislatively."
Madden later added: "They could not get Tom DeLay at the polls. They could not get Mr. DeLay on the House floor. Now they're trying to get him into the courtroom. This is not going to detract from the Republican agenda."
The grand jury action is expected to have immediate consequences in the House, where DeLay is largely responsible for winning passage of the Republican legislative program.
Democrats have kept up a crescendo of criticism of DeLay's ethics, citing three times last year that the House ethics committee admonished DeLay for his conduct.
"The criminal indictment of Majority Leader Tom Delay is the latest example that Republicans in Congress are plagued by a culture of corruption at the expense of the American people," said House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.
At the White House, McClellan bristled at a question about Democratic claims that Republicans have grown arrogant in their use of power and flaunt rules after years of controlling the executive and legislative branches of the federal government.
McClellan said the Republican Party has made policy that has improved the lives of Americans, and the White House stands by that record.
"We can sit here and try to rush to judgment, but I don't think that's a fair thing to do," McClellan said. "We need to let the legal process work."
However, DeLay retains his seat representing Texas' 22nd congressional district, suburbs southwest of Houston. He denies that he committed any crime.
As a sign of loyalty to DeLay after the grand jury returned indictments against three of his associates, House Republicans last November repealed a rule requiring any of their leaders to step aside if indicted. The rule was reinstituted in January after lawmakers returned to Washington from the holidays fearing the repeal might create a backlash from voters.
DeLay is the center of an ethics swirl in Washington. The 11-term congressman was admonished last year by the House ethics committee on three separate issues and is the center of a political storm this year over lobbyists paying his and other lawmakers' tabs for expensive travel abroad.
Wednesday's indictment stems from a plan DeLay helped set in motion in 2001 to help Republicans win control of the Texas House in the 2002 elections for the first time since Reconstruction.
A state political action committee he created, Texans for a Republican Majority, was indicted earlier this month on charges of accepting corporate contributions for use in state legislative races. Texas law prohibits corporate money from being used to advocate the election or defeat of candidates; it is allowed only for administrative expenses.
With GOP control of the Texas legislature, DeLay then engineered a redistricting plan that enabled the GOP take six Texas seats in the U.S. House away from Democrats _ including one lawmaker switching parties _ in 2004 and build its majority in Congress.


Here's the actual indictment document:

However, I wonder if the Democrats and sour grapes liberals will give DeLay his day in court. The Libs will talk a big game about "innocent until proven guilty," however they will no doubt make an exception for Tom DeLay and presume his guilt.

Earlier today, Democrat Majority leader and nemesis to DeLay, Nancy Pelosi, was almost jubilant on the indictment.

Hey Nancy, indictment does not lead to guilt or conviction. Ask OJ, Michael Jackson, Gary Condit, and your idol President William Jefferson Clinton.....

DeLay may have done some fishy things, but oddly enough other caucuses have done the same or worse. Remember Travelgate? Anyone recall Clinton and Gore's 1996 campaign and massive funds from China, a foreign power?

Yes, if you are without sin, and your people have not screwed up, then cast the first stone. Til then, be quiet, and just wait and see.

In the mean time, DeLay has stepped down, until after the trial. Some Presidents did not step down when they were caught committing perjury.....

Just wait and see, before anyone promotes guilt OR innocence.

Cindy Sheehan clashes with John McCain

What a shock, Sheehan turns on a Republican who voted for the war in Iraq! Wow, who'd have thought that, except the lockstep leftwing Brownshirts?

Here's this gets good.....

Sheehan calls McCain 'warmonger' after meeting

WASHINGTON (AP) — Peace mom Cindy Sheehan didn't change her opposition to the war in Iraq after meeting Tuesday with one of its supporters, Sen. John McCain, a Vietnam veteran whom she called "a warmonger."

Yeah Cindy Sheemale, a man who put his money where his mouth is, serving his country. As did his father and grandfather. What lineage are you, Sheehan, House of Yellow? Aside from your son and others, do you speak for the military families? Warmonger, my butt. McCain is a moderate and she attacks him, all the same. Could it be because of the R next to his name? I say yes, and this Hitler Youth Queen of Crap is in perfect lockstep for her Democratic pals.

Sheehan likened McCain to Bush after their meeting. Later, she left a rally early; "she's exhausted," a spokeswoman said.

Not to exhausted to show complete disrespect for a man who endured 6 years of hell in the Hanoi Hilton. Sheehan and her kind have respect for no one, and the way they carry on, not themselves..... Yes, McCain is such a warmonger. Tired rhetoric from the Hag of the Leftwing....

Sheehan thanked McCain for meeting with her, but she came away disappointed.
"He tried to tell us what George Bush would have said," Sheehan, who protested at the president's Texas home over the summer, told reporters. "I don't believe he believes what he was telling me."

Cindy thinks everyone is a liar except for her. This from someone who had a cordial meeting with The President in 2004, but has completely changed her story.... Nice consistency, Sheemale.

McCain, R-Ariz., also seemed disappointed in the meeting, which he said had been misrepresented as including some of his constituents. Only one person in her small delegation has ties to the state, and that person no longer lives there.

Amazing, the Grass Roots lefties don't have a legitimate leg to rest on. Not shocking, since they were moving radicals to other states and having them vote against Bush in stronghold Red States. Shame it didn't work.....NOT! No residency, no history, sounds like certain New York Senators that may get trounced come re-election.

The two exchanged views about the war, and McCain described the conversation as "a rehash" of opinions already well known. He said he might not have met with Sheehan had he known none of his constituents was in the group.

Here's the Rehash: Bush is the f-cking devil! You're a g--damn Republican! You killed my kid! Everyone except me is a warmonger! The Jews got us into this war, and provoked terrorists as far back as Munich, and blah blah blah blah.... Broken Record of the Left. Stuck on Stupid as it were.....

Although McCain has criticized the handling of the Iraq war, he has supported President Bush's call to stop terrorism abroad before it reaches the U.S. Sheehan, whose son, Casey, died in Iraq last year, has energized the anti-war movement with her call for troops to be brought home.

How many more terrorist attacks have hit the US soil since 9/11/01? I count zero. Would she prefer we fight the animals there or wait til they invade here and kill more of us? It's fine if conservatives die, right Cindy? And she once mocked the conservatives and Christians as "the so-called nice people." Yeah the F-bombs and SOBs and bastard comments so exude God and your wonderful attitudes, Mama Crass.....

"He is a warmonger, and I'm not," Sheehan said after meeting with McCain. "I believe this war is not keeping America safer."

Sheemale goes off on veteran and Medal of Honor winner McCain. Your son must be sooo proud of you.....Grrrrr. No one is a warmonger, minus Saddam, the terrorists, and the guys that KILLED your son, not the troops who fought side by side. I think Cindy was described in the Bible once. It was either The Whore of Babylon on the ten-horned beast, or one of the many shrill godless harpies that God smote.....

"She's entitled to her opinion," McCain said. "We just have fundamental disagreements."
Sheehan's conference with McCain was one of several scheduled this week as part of her campaign to persuade members of Congress to explain the reasons for the war.

Unlike Democrats, and Sheemale, McCain showed some class. Wonder what he really thought.....

She spoke before a massive anti-war rally Saturday on the National Mall and was arrested Monday demonstrating in front of the White House.

Massive? Yeah, those few thousand were such a great number. Where were the conservatives to protest them? Oh that's right, THEY WORK and have real families! Silly us not protesting you and cutting work and responsibility like your ilk

Sheehan and McCain had met once before, shortly after the funeral of her son.

Sheehan said Tuesday that McCain told her then that her son's death was "like his buddies in Vietnam" and that he feared their deaths were "for nothing." McCain, however, denied he made such a statement.

And Sheemale warps and twists McCain's words. Not beneath her to lie about an official, let alone her dead son's politics. I wonder if Michael Berg, Nick Berg's dad and another death exploiter will hook up with her. This soon to be divorced cow would be perfect for that disgusting Northern Radical....Hook up!

Later, Sheehan cut short her appearance at the University of Maryland, leaving a rally after about 10 minutes.
Karen Pomer, a spokeswoman for Sheehan, said, "She's exhausted and she's not feeling well, but she intends to meet her obligations."

She's too sick, because she saw her face and the evil she embodies in a mirror. Reminds me of the southbound end of a northbound horse in full trot..... And her statements, no doubt of similar composition to what comes from the southbound end of that same northbound horse....


Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Counterprotestors go against supposed peaceniks....

Well, the so-called peace movement (which swings at cops, and vandalizes stores and yells obscenities at elderly GOP delegates in NYC...) marched on DC. They bragged about their hundreds of thousands. Yeah, too bad real math and liberal math don't gel. Try a few hundred for the anarchists and America bashers..... however, this weekend, the pro-troops, pro-victory PATRIOTS showed up to overshadow the liberals. Why the weekend only for the troop supporters? During the week, we have JOBS and RESPONSIBILITY, unlike those who skip work or are welfare babies who go to EVERY PROTEST MARCH.

Here's photographic proof and a good blog to see the PRO-US COUNTERPROTESTORS!


Cindy Sheehan takes Perp Walk not Protest Walk

About danged time!


Cindy Sheehan, the California woman who became a leader of the anti- war movement following her son's death in Iraq, was arrested Monday along with dozens of others protesting outside the White House.
Sheehan, carrying a photo of her son in his Army uniform, was among hundreds of protesters who marched around the White House and then down the two-block pedestrian walkway on Pennsylvania Avenue. When they reached the front of the White House, dozens sat down _ knowing they would be arrested _ and began singing and chanting "Stop the war now!"
Police warned them three times that they were breaking the law by failing to move along, then began making arrests. One man climbed over the White House fence and was quickly subdued by Secret Service agents.
Sheehan, 48, was the first taken into custody. She smiled as she was carried to the curb, then stood up and walked to a police vehicle while protesters chanted, "The whole world is watching."
About 50 people were arrested in the first hour, with dozens of others waiting to be taken away. All cooperated with police.
Sgt. Scott Fear, spokesman for the U.S. Park Police, said they would be charged with demonstrating without a permit, which is a misdemeanor.
Park Police Sgt. L.J. McNally said Sheehan and the others would be taken to a processing center where they would be fingerprinted and photographed, then given a ticket and released. The process would take several hours, he said.
Sheehan's 24-year-old son, Casey, was killed in an ambush in Sadr City, Iraq, last year. She attracted worldwide attention last month with her 26-day vigil outside President Bush's Texas ranch.
The demonstration is part of a broader anti-war effort on Capitol Hill organized by United for Peace and Justice, an umbrella group. Representatives from anti-war groups were meeting Monday with members of Congress to urge them to work to end the war and bring home the troops.
White House press secretary Scott McClellan said Bush is "very much aware" of the protesters and "recognizes that there are differences of opinion" on Iraq.
"It's the right of the American people to peacefully express their views. And that's what you're seeing here in Washington, D.C.," McClellan said. "They're well-intentioned, but the president strongly believes that withdrawing ... would make us less safe and make the world more dangerous."
The protest Monday followed a massive demonstration Saturday on the National Mall that drew a crowd of 100,000 or more, the largest such gathering in the capital since the war began in March 2003.
On Sunday, a rally supporting the war drew roughly 500 participants. Speakers included veterans of World War II and the war in Iraq, as well as family members of soldiers killed in Iraq.
"I would like to say to Cindy Sheehan and her supporters: Don't be a group of unthinking lemmings," said Mitzy Kenny of Ridgeley, W.Va., whose husband died in Iraq last year. She said the anti-war demonstrations "can affect the war in a really negative way. It gives the enemy hope."


Maxwell Smart, Dead at 82

Actor Don Adams, who played Agent Maxwell Smart, aka Agent 86 died this weekend at age of 82. Adams also voiced Inspector Gadget. Some of you all may appreciate this or be shocked.

Bill Mahrer Insults First Lady, Christopher Hitchens Slams Mahrer Back

Bravo to Christopher Hitchens, by no means a Bush backer, but not a stupid neophyte like Bill Mahrer.

Read what he and other bitter liberal George Carlin had to say.....

Bill Maher: Laura Bush Like 'Hitler's Dog'

HBO "Real Time" host Bill Maher compared first lady Laura Bush to "Hitler's dog" during his Friday night cablecast, after flashing a parody photo of Mrs. Bush with a black eye, as if she'd been a victim of domestic abuse.
After the photo display, Maher was challenged by guest panelist Christopher Hitchens, who told him: "It must be to [George Bush's] credit he got Laura Bush to marry him. She's an absolutely extraordinary woman."
To that, Maher replied: "Oh, come on. That's like Hitler's dog loved him. That is the silliest reason ..."
"I think tomorrow you might be sorry you said that. Laura Bush is very gentle and talented," Hitchens warned.
With that Maher retreated a bit, insisting: "That's not what I'm saying, of course she is. But the idea that we somehow humanize any person because somebody else loves them is ridiculous."
The outrageous exchange, reported exclusively by NewsMax contributor Steve Malzberg in his latest column, "Laura Bush and Hitler's Dog" wasn't the worst to come from Maher's show lately.
The week before, "Real Time" guest George Carlin announced that he had a pet name for former first lady Barbara Bush.
"The Silver D----e Bag, I call her," Carlin announced as Maher's audience erupted in laughter.
For more details on Bill Maher's noxious outburst, including the Hitchens quote that cut him down to size, go to


Wednesday, September 21, 2005


Houston's gonna get nailed by a Hurricane. Along with Galveston, and many other cities and towns in Brazoria County......

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Kerry leeches money off Katrina Tragedy.....

Now, if a Republican had done this, his head would have been on a pike, by now. But since, it's Democrats, like Ted Kennedy and Gary Condit, they're gonna get away with murder.....

Kerry blasts Bush on federal response to Hurricane Katrina By Jonathan Allen
Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) unleashed a furious attack on the Bush administration at a Brown University speech yesterday, upbraiding the president’s response to the hurricane that recently devastated the Gulf Coastand tying it to what he sees as other flaws at the White House.
“This is the Katrina administration,” read prepared remarks posted on 2004 Democratic presidential nominee’s website, “Katrina is a symbol of all this administration does and doesn't do,” read Kerry’s script, portions of which were included in an e-mail to supporters that ended with a fundraising appeal.
“Michael Brown [Bush’s former emergency-management director] … is to Katrina what [former Iraq administrator] Paul Bremer is to peace in Iraq; what [former CIA Director] George Tenet is to slam-dunk intelligence; what [former Deputy Defense Secretary] Paul Wolfowitz is to parades paved with flowers in Baghdad; what [Vice President] Dick Cheney is to visionary energy policy; what [Defense Secretary] Donald Rumsfeld is to basic war planning; what [House Majority Leader] Tom Delay [R-Texas] is to ethics; and what George Bush is to ‘Mission Accomplished’ and ‘Wanted Dead or Alive.’”
In a brief interview, Tracey Schmitt, a spokeswoman for the Republican National Committee, called Kerry’s pitch for cash “repulsive.”
In a news release, she said, “John Kerry's attacks on President Bush's efforts to assist the victims and rebuild the Gulf Coast don't come as a surprise. Armchair quarterbacking on tough issues has never been a problem for Senator Kerry. The American people have pulled together during a difficult time and Democrats’ efforts to politicize this tragedy are unsavory at best.”
Kerry’s speech is the latest salvo in a political battle over accountability that has pitted the parties against each other in Washington and federal officials against their state and local counterparts in the Gulf region.
While Kerry’s speech may play well with the Democratic base, Sarah Binder, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and a professor at George Washington University, said the senator has a tough challenge to pin blame on Bush.


So, Horseface, what could you have done any better? Nil, since you LOST!

Another Storm, But Notice Evacuations are Early NOT TOO LATE

Bet Blanco and Nagin and others are wishing they could do this all over again......

Tough titty, since Florida is facing this storm, and possibly Texas. FLA was evacuating days ago. TX is just now getting people out.....

Floridians Flee Rita and Pre-Hurricane Winds
Tuesday, September 20, 2005

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KEY WEST, Fla. — Thousands of residents fled the Florida Keys as Tropical Storm Rita (search) barreled toward land, poised to grow into a hurricane with a potential 9-foot storm surge and sparking fears it could eventually ravage the hobbled Gulf Coast.
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South Floridians kept a wary eye on Rita, which threatened to arrive Tuesday and drop up to 15 inches of rain on some parts of the low-lying island chain. Oil prices surged on the possibility that oil and gas production would be interrupted once again.
"I've lived in Florida all my life," said James Swindell, 37, who shopped along a cleared-out Miami Beach on Monday. "You always have to be worried about a storm, because they are too unpredictable and they can shift on you at the last minute. Nobody knows what they are going to do."
In New Orleans, the mayor suspended his plan to start bringing residents back to the city after forecasters warned that Rita could follow Hurricane Katrina's (search) course into the Gulf of Mexico and shatter his city's already weakened levees.
The storm had top sustained winds of 70 mph early Tuesday, and it was expected to strengthen into a Category 1 hurricane, with winds of at least 74 mph, as it approached the Keys.
"The main concern now is the Florida Keys," said Max Mayfield, director of the National Hurricane Center (search) in Miami. "It's moving over very warm water and that's extremely favorable for development."
Hurricane warnings were posted for the Keys and Miami-Dade County, the hurricane center said. Residents and visitors were ordered to clear out of the Keys, and voluntary evacuation orders were posted for some 134,000 Miami-Dade residents of coastal areas such as Miami Beach.
"We're just trying to get enough gas to get home," said Andres Sweeting, 29, of Miami, as he stopped at a Coconut Grove gas station with his family. Long lines of customers had depleted two of the station's four gasoline tanks.
Forecasters said 3 to 5 inches of rain was possible across southern Florida. A storm surge rising 6 to 9 feet above normal tide level was predicted for the Keys.
At 5 a.m. EDT, Rita was centered about 160 miles east-southeast of Key West. It was moving west-northwest near 15 mph, according to the hurricane center.
In the Bahamas, fishermen dragged their boats to dry land and some people shuttered their windows — a sign that that normally laid-back islanders were concerned about Rita.
"After what happened to New Orleans and the Gulf area, nobody is taking this storm lightly," said Ray Mackie, the owner of Tranquility Hill fishing lodge on Andros.
Officials in Galveston, Texas — nearly 900 miles from Key West — were already calling for a voluntary evacuation. Forecasters said Rita could make landfall in Mexico or Texas by the weekend, with a possibility that it could turn toward Louisiana.
Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco (search) urged everyone in the southwest part of the state to prepare to evacuate. "If Rita passes us by, we will thank the Lord for our blessings," Blanco told the state's storm-weary residents in a televised address.
Rita is the 17th named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, making this the fourth-busiest season since record-keeping started in 1851. The record is 21 tropical storms in 1933. Six hurricanes have hit Florida in the last 13 months.
The last hurricane to directly hit Key West was 1998's Hurricane Georges (search), which slammed the city with 105 mph winds, damaging hundreds of homes and closing the island to tourists for two weeks.
Crude-oil futures rose above $67 a barrel Monday, in part because of worries about Rita. About 56 percent of the Gulf's oil production was already out of operation Monday because of Katrina's damage, the federal Minerals Management Service (search) said.
Elsewhere in the Atlantic, Hurricane Philippe (search) was far out at sea and posed no immediate threat to land. The hurricane season started June 1 and ends Nov. 30.

Nazi Hunter Simon Wiesenthal, Dead at 96

Well, sadly, we lost a valuable link to history and the present.....

This was a guy who got criminals brought to justice......

Nazi Hunter Wiesenthal Dead at 96
Tuesday, September 20, 2005

LOS ANGELES — Simon Wiesenthal (search), the Holocaust (search) survivor who helped track down numerous Nazi war criminals following World War II then spent the later decades of his life fighting anti-Semitism and prejudice against all people, died Tuesday. He was 96.
Wiesenthal died in his sleep at his home in Vienna, Austria, according to Rabbi Marvin Hier (search), dean and founder of the Simon Wiesenthal Center (search) in Los Angeles.
"I think he'll be remembered as the conscience of the Holocaust. In a way he became the permanent representative of the victims of the Holocaust, determined to bring the perpetrators of the greatest crime to justice," Hier told The Associated Press.
Wiesenthal, who had been an architect before World War II, changed his life's mission after the war, dedicating himself to trying to track down Nazi war criminals and to being a voice for the 6 million Jews who died during the onslaught. He himself lost 89 relatives in the Holocaust.
Wiesenthal spent more than 50 years hunting Nazi war criminals, speaking out against neo-Nazism and racism, and remembering the Jewish experience as a lesson for humanity. Through his work, he said, some 1,100 Nazi war criminals were brought to justice.
"When history looks back I want people to know the Nazis weren't able to kill millions of people and get away with it," he once said.
Mark Regev, a spokesman for the Israeli Foreign Ministry, said Tuesday that Wiesenthal "brought justice to those who had escaped justice."
"He acted on behalf of six million people who could no longer defend themselves," Regev said. "The state of Israel, the Jewish people and all those who oppose racism recognized Simon Wiesenthal's unique contribution to making our planet a better place."
His life's quest began after the Americans liberated the Mauthausen (search) death camp in Austria where Wiesenthal was a prisoner in May 1945. It was his fifth death camp among the dozen Nazi camps in which he was imprisoned, and he weighed just 99 pounds when he was freed. He said he quickly realized "there is no freedom without justice," and decided to dedicate "a few years" to seeking justice.
"It became decades," he added.
Hier said Wiesenthal began his work on May 9, 1945 — the day after World War II ended — by presenting his American liberators a list of Nazi war criminals that he had compiled. He took on a task nobody else wanted.
"Who wanted to be Nazi hunter in 1945, '46?" Hier said. "Everyone was focusing on the Cold War. Survivors wanted to rebuild their shattered lives."
Even after reaching the age of 90, Wiesenthal continued to remind and to warn. While appalled at atrocities committed by Serbs against ethnic Albanians in Kosovo, he said no one should confuse the tragedy there with the slaughter of 6 million Jews.
"We are living in a time of the trivialization of the word 'Holocaust,"' he said in an interview with The Associated Press in May 1999. "What happened to the Jews cannot be compared with all the other crimes. Every Jew had a death sentence without a date."
Wiesenthal's life spanned humanity's most violent century.
He was born on Dec. 31, 1908, to Jewish merchants at Buczacs (search), a small town near the present-day Ukrainian city of Lvov in what was then the Austro-Hungarian empire. He studied in Prague and Warsaw and in 1932 received a degree in civil engineering.
He apprenticed as a building engineer in Soviet Russia before returning to Lvov to work toward an architecture degree and opened an architectural office before the Russians and then the Germans occupied Lvov and the terror began.
After 1945, working first with the Americans and later from a cramped Vienna apartment packed floor to ceiling with documents, Wiesenthal tirelessly pursued fugitive Nazi war criminals.
He was perhaps best known for his role in tracking down Adolf Eichmann (search), the one-time SS leader who organized the extermination of the Jews.
Eichmann was found in Argentina, abducted by Israeli agents in 1960, tried and hanged for crimes committed against the Jews.
Wiesenthal often was accused of exaggerating his role in Eichmann's capture. He did not claim sole responsibility, but said he knew by 1954 where Eichmann was.
Eichmann's capture "was a teamwork of many who did not know each other," Wiesenthal told The Associated Press in 1972. "I do not know if and to what extent reports I sent to Israel were used."
Among others Wiesenthal tracked was Austrian policeman Karl Silberbauer (search), who he believes arrested the Dutch teenager Anne Frank and sent her to the Bergen-Belsen (search) concentration camp where she died. Officials never reacted to the tip.
Wiesenthal decided to pursue Silberbauer in 1958 after a youth told him he did not believe in Anne Frank's existence and murder, but would if Wiesenthal could find the man who arrested her. His five-year search resulted in Silberbauer's 1963 capture.
Wiesenthal did not bring to justice one prime target — Dr. Josef Mengele (search), the infamous "Angel of Death" of the Auschwitz (search) concentration camp. Mengele died in South America after eluding capture for decades.
Wiesenthal's long quest for justice also stirred controversy.
In Austria, which took decades to acknowledge its own role in Nazi crimes, Wiesenthal was ignored and often insulted before finally being honored for his work when he was in his 80s.
In 1975, then-Chancellor Bruno Kreisky (search), himself a Jew, suggested Wiesenthal was part of a "certain mafia" seeking to besmirch Austria. Kreisky even claimed Wiesenthal collaborated with Nazis to survive.
Ironically, it was the furor over Kurt Waldheim (search), who became president in 1986 despite lying about his past as an officer in Hitler's army, that gave Wiesenthal stature in Austria.
Wiesenthal's failure to condemn Waldheim as a war criminal drew international ire and conflict with American Jewish groups.
But it made Austrians realize that the Nazi hunter did not condemn everybody who took part in the Nazi war effort.
Wiesenthal did repeatedly demand Waldheim's resignation, seeing him as a symbol of those who suppressed Austrians' role as part of Hitler's German war and death machine. But he turned up no proof of widespread allegations that Waldheim was an accessory to war crimes.
He pursued his crusade of remembrance into old age with the vigor of youth, with patience and determination. But as he entered his 90s, he worried that his mission would die with him.
"I think in a way the world owes him and his memory a tremendous amount of gratitude," Hier said.
Wiesenthal had more high foreign awards than any other living Austrian citizen. In 1995, the city of Vienna made him an honorary citizen. He also wrote several books, including his memoirs, "The Murderers Among Us," (search) in 1967, and worked regularly at the small downtown office of his Jewish Documentation Center (search) even after turning 90.
"The most important thing I have done is to fight against forgetting and to keep remembrance alive," he said in the 1999 interview with The Associated Press. "It is very important to let people know that our enemies are not forgotten."
Wiesenthal's wife, Cyla, whom he married in 1936, died in November 2003.


And for anyone who is Jewish, or at least somewhat religious, read the Jewish Kaddish:

MOURNER'S KADDISHAn English Translation Glorified and sanctified be God's great name throughout the world which He has created according to His will. May He establish His kingdom in your lifetime and during your days, and within the life of the entire House of Israel, speedily and soon; and say, Amen.May His great name be blessed forever and to all eternity. Blessed and praised, glorified and exalted, extolled and honored, adored and lauded be the name of the Holy One, blessed be He, beyond all the blessings and hymns, praises and consolations that are ever spoken in the world; and say, Amen.May there be abundant peace from heaven, and life, for usand for all Israel; and say, Amen.He who creates peace in His celestial heights, may He create peace for us and for all Israel; and say, Amen.

Monday, September 19, 2005

Graceful Elder Statesman: Compared to Who? Clinton Goes Off on Bush

Well Bill, before you spoke, did you think how this may affect the Clinton Bush Relief funds for Katrina and of course The Tsunami?

Here's a link and some of Clinton's comments:

"Breaking with tradition under which US presidents mute criticisms of their successors, Clinton said the Bush administration had decided to invade Iraq "virtually alone and before UN inspections were completed, with no real urgency, no evidence that there were weapons of mass destruction.""

Well gee, Bill, what do you call the dead Kurds and mass graves? Did they all get the sniffles? And what course would you have taken? Didn't Clinton launch an airstrike in 1998, citing Saddam violating airspace, but also possible WMDs? Fishy, someone's playing politics for Hillary.

"Clinton said there had been a "heroic but so far unsuccessful" effort to put together an constitution that would be universally supported in Iraq.
The US strategy of trying to develop the Iraqi military and police so that they can cope without US support "I think is the best strategy. The problem is we may not have, in the short run, enough troops to do that," said Clinton."

Again, Bill, what was your solution? Did you think that far with Kosovo? Haiti? Bonsia? The BS Accord for Israel and Palestine? Come on Bill, we weren't born yesterday.....

"On Hurricane Katrina, Clinton faulted the authorities' failure to evacuate New Orleans ahead of the storm's strike on August 29.
People with cars were able to heed the evacuation order, but many of those who were poor, disabled or elderly were left behind.
"If we really wanted to do it right, we would have had lots of buses lined up to take them out," Clinton."

Talk to the Mayor and Governor, Clinton. Oh wait, they're Democrats and unaccountable for a thing, right? Leaving buses in a flood plain, great move. Waiting 4 days later to declare emergency and get FEMA after the storm, great idea. Not shooting looters, even better. Thanks, Democrats. Bill, stop Monday Morning Quarterbacking....

"On the US budget, Clinton warned that the federal deficit may be coming untenable, driven by foreign wars, the post-hurricane recovery programme and tax cuts that benefitted just the richest one percent of the US population, himself included.
"What Americans need to understand is that ... every single day of the year, our government goes into the market and borrows money from other countries to finance Iraq,
Afghanistan' name=c1> SEARCHNews News Photos Images Web' name=c3> Afghanistan, Katrina, and our tax cuts," he said."

And the Budget, we knew this would come up. Economics that resulted from Reagan policies and tax cuts, taken credit for by Clinton. Budget surplus, due to cutting security, making 9/11 inevitable... good call Bill. How did Managed Health Care go again? What SOLUTION do you have? Or are you just critiquing????

This goof had his fifteen minutes and 8 years to screw up the US, let's try and rebuild first, Bill. Geez, what tact that family in Arkansas had.....

Aufuedersen Herr Schroeder, Hello Coalition und Frau Merkel

And some of you wonder why the US does politics and government a tad differently than the Europeans. Well, look at the German elections. Schroeder got edged out of Chancellor, and Merkel got in. However, the Parliament is now a fractured and patchwork waiting for gridlock and grudgematches that will make the Congressional shutdowns of the 1990s look like a game of Paddy Cake.....

I wish Frau Angela Merkel the best of luck, especially with the left leaning plurality of the Socialist Democrat party and the Green Party.

Read more off this blog:

Schroeder Gets the Boot
by Jason on Mon Sep 19, 2005 2:02 am

Ok, I’ve visited quite a few different news links (FOX, CNN & the BBC) on this story now, and it appears that Christian Democratic Union challenger Angela Merkel has defeated Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder by a razor thin margin in the recent German elections (35.2% to 34.3%). However, her party was unable to win the governing majority it was expected too. With double digit unemployment, and scant economic growth, most media outlets were all predicting a crushing defeat for Schroeder and his Social Democratic Party as the election approached. But big surprise, those idiots were all wrong. Nevertheless, he does in fact appear to have been unseated as Chancellor of Germany. This is a good thing, as Merkel has been campaigning on a pledge to try and “mend fences with Washington.” Unfortunately, Schroeder seems to have learned a lesson or two from our own Al Gore and is refusing to concede the election. Defiantly stating that "The result today shows that the country will have Gerhard Schroeder as chancellor," and that "Over the next four years there will be a stable government under my leadership,”. Anyways, from where I’m sitting (and I do admit that I’m sitting pretty far way) it still does appear that he will have to relinquish power. God, I sure hope we’ve seen the last of that guy! *********
Here are the official election results according to the AP:

Social Democrats: 34.3 percent (down from 38.5 percent in 2002), 16.15 million votes.
Christian Democrats: 35.2 percent (38.5 percent), 16.59 million votes.
Free Democrats: 9.8 percent (7.4 percent), 4.62 million votes.
Greens: 8.1 percent (8.6 percent) 3.83 million votes.
Left Party: 8.7 percent
(Ex-communist Party of Democratic Socialism 4 percent), 4.09 million votes.
Small fringe parties won the remaining 3.9 percent of the votes.

Turnout was 77.7 percent.

And this article:

And a little op-ed. Germany now joins the EU fraternity clicque, where membership requirement is for a Parliament with no solid Majority. The UK while keeping Tony Blair, has pluralities between the Labour Party, Tories, and other leftists. Italy has Berlusconni, but also a patchwork Coalition since Parliament dissolved last year. One can only wonder what may happen in France, Russia, or other European states.....

And you wonder why we moved out and started our own country.....

Friday, September 16, 2005

OK, Bush Kids, CALM DOWN

OK, what is it with Bush kids and 6th Street area of Austin? They get arrested and no one? Nope. They're famous, that's their crime. And underage drinking and drunk in public.... You know the President and his brother the Governor are not enjoying this. No different than some other parents.

Austin folks, Texans, what's up with Austin being a magnet for Presidential families and their kids being made famous by the law?????

There, libs, enjoy that nugget.

Goals of Communism

OK, how many of these have the commies and libs have accomplished??? How fast is the list being checked off?

The communist goals were entered into the Congressional record by Albert Herlong, Jr. (a Floridian who served in Congress from 1949-69).
1) US acceptance of coexistence as the only alternative to atomic war.
2) US willingness to capitulate in preference to engaging in atomic war.
3) Develop the illusion that total disarmament by the US would be a demonstration of "moral strength."
4) Permit free trade between all nations regardless of Communist affiliation and regardless of whether or not items could be used for war.
5) Extension of long term loans to Russia and Soviet Satellites.
6) Provide American aid to all nations regardless of Communist domination.
7) Grant recognition of Red China, and admission of Red China to the UN.
8) Set up East and West Germany as separate states in spite of Khrushchev's promise in 1955 to settle the Germany question by free elections under supervision of the UN.
9) Prolong the conferences to ban atomic tests because the US has agreed to suspend tests as long as negotiations are in progress.
10) Allow all Soviet Satellites individual representation in the UN.
11) Promote the UN as the only hope for mankind. If its charter is rewritten, demand that it be set up as a one world government with its own independent armed forces. (Some Communist leaders believe the world can be taken over as easily by the UN as by Moscow. Sometimes these two centers compete with each other as they are now doing in the Congo).
12) Resist any attempt to outlaw the Communist Party.
13) Do away with loyalty oaths.
14) Continue giving Russia access to the US Patent Office.
15) Capture one or both of the political parties in the US.
16) Use technical decisions of the courts to weaken basic American institutions, by claiming their activities violate civil rights.
17) Get control of the schools. Use them as transmission belts for Socialism, and current Communist propaganda. Soften the curriculum. Get control of teachers associations. Put the party line in text books.
18) Gain control of all student newspapers.
19) Use student riots to foment public protests against programs or organizations which are under Communist attack.
20) Infiltrate the press. Get control of book review assignments, editorial writing, policy-making positions.
21) Gain control of key positions in radio, TV & motion pictures.
22) Continue discrediting American culture by degrading all form of artistic expression. An American Communist cell was told to "eliminate all good sculpture from parks and buildings," substitute shapeless, awkward, and meaningless forms.
23) Control art critics and directors of art museums. "Our plan is to promote ugliness, repulsive, meaningless art."
24) Eliminate all laws governing obscenity by calling them "censorship" and a violation of free speech and free press.
25) Break down cultural standards of morality by promoting pornography, and obscenity in books, magazines, motion pictures, radio and TV.
26) Present homosexuality, degeneracy, and promiscuity as "normal, natural, and healthy."
27) Infiltrate the churches and replace revealed religion with "social" religion. Discredit the Bible and emphasize the need for intellectual maturity, which does not need a "religious crutch."
28) Eliminate prayer or any phase of religious expression in the schools on the grounds that it violates the principle of "separation of church and state."
29) Discredit the American Constitution by calling it inadequate, old fashioned, out of step with modern needs, a hindrance to cooperation between nations on a worldwide basis.
30) Discredit the American founding fathers. Present them as selfish aristocrats who had no concern for the "common man".
31) Belittle all forms of American culture and discourage the teaching of American history on the ground that it was only a minor part of "the big picture": Give more emphasis to Russian history since the Communists took over.
32) Support any socialist movement to give centralized control over any part of the culture - - education, social agencies, welfare programs, mental health clinics, etc.
33) Eliminate all laws or procedures, which interfere with the operation of the Communist apparatus.
34) Eliminate the House Committee on Un-American Activities.
35) Discredit and eventually dismantle the FBI.
36) Infiltrate and gain control of more unions.
37) Infiltrate and gain control of big business.
38) Transfer some of the powers of arrest from the police to social agencies. Treat all behavioral problems as psychiatric disorders which no one but psychiatrists can understand or treat.
39) Dominate the psychiatric profession and use mental health laws as a means of gaining coercive control over those who oppose Communist goals.
40) Discredit the family as an institution. Encourage promiscuity and easy divorce.
41) Emphasize the need to raise children away from the negative influence of parents. Attribute prejudices, mental blocks and retarding of children to suppressive influence of parents.
42) Create the impression that violence and insurrection are legitimate aspects of the American tradition; that students and special interest groups should rise up and make a "united force" to solve economic, political, or social problems.
43) Overthrow all colonial governments before native populations are ready for self-government.
44) Internationalize the Panama Canal.
45) Repeal the Connally Reservation so the US can not prevent the World Court from seizing jurisdiction over domestic problems. Give the World Court jurisdiction over domestic problems. Give the World Court jurisdiction over nations and individuals alike.
More Information about Albert Herlong, Jr.:His bio: goals that he read were taken from "The Naked Communist" by Cleon Skousen, which can be purchased from Amazon: Links:


Bush Vows Gulf Recovery Aid

Well, here it goes.....

Bush Vows Disaster Review for U.S. Cities
By NEDRA PICKLER, Associated Press Writer 26 minutes ago
President Bush is urging Congress to approve a massive reconstruction program for the hurricane-ravaged Gulf Coast and promising that the federal government will review the disaster plans of every major American city.
The government failed to respond adequately to Hurricane Katrina, Bush said Thursday night from storm-damaged New Orleans as he laid out plans for one of the largest reconstruction projects ever. The federal government's costs could reach $200 billion or beyond.
The president, who has been dogged by criticism that Washington's response to the hurricane was slow and inadequate, said the nation has "every right to expect" more effective federal action in a time of emergency such as Katrina, which killed hundreds of people across five states, forced major evacuations and caused untold property damage.
Disaster planning must be a "national security priority," he said, while ordering the Homeland Security Department to undertake an immediate review of emergency plans in every major American city.
"Our cities must have clear and up-to-date plans for responding to natural disasters and disease outbreaks or a terrorist attack, for evacuating large numbers of people in an emergency and for providing the food and water and security they would need," Bush said.
He acknowledged that government agencies lacked coordination and were overwhelmed by Katrina and the subsequent flooding of New Orleans. He said a disaster on this scale requires greater federal authority and a broader role for the armed forces. He ordered all Cabinet secretaries to join in a comprehensive review of the government's faulty response.
"When the federal government fails to meet such an obligation, I as president am responsible for the problem, and for the solution," Bush said, looking into the camera that broadcast his speech live on the major television networks from historic Jackson Square in the heart of the French Quarter. "This government will learn the lessons of Hurricane Katrina."
Bush faced the nation at a vulnerable point in his presidency. Most Americans disapprove of his handling of Katrina, and his job-approval rating has been dragged down to the lowest point of his presidency also because of dissatisfaction with the Iraq war and rising gasoline prices. He has struggled to demonstrate the same take-charge leadership he displayed after the Sept. 11 terror attacks four years ago.
Aaron Broussard, president of Jefferson Parish near New Orleans, was happy with Bush's speech. "Mainly he gave hope, and right now in this area people need hope more than anything," he told CBS' "The Early Show."
In his speech, the president called for a congressional investigation besides the administration's self-examination. But Democrats want an independent probe similar to the one conducted by the Sept. 11 Commission instead of reviews that will be led by the Republican-controlled Congress and White House.
The president said the federal government will pay most of the costs of rebuilding the Gulf Coast, including New Orleans.
"There is no way to imagine America without New Orleans, and this great city will rise again," Bush said.
House Speaker Dennis Hastert, R-Ill., speaking after the president's address, acknowledged that the recovery programs would add to the nation's debt. GOP leaders are open to suggestions from lawmakers to cut government spending elsewhere, but the task is urgent, he said.
"For every dollar we spend on this means a dollar that's going to take a little bit longer to balance the budget," Hastert said.
Congress already has approved $62 billion for the disaster, but that is expected to run out next month.
Even before Bush spoke, some fiscal conservatives expressed alarm at the prospect of such massive federal outlays without cutting other spending.
"It is inexcusable for the White House and Congress to not even make the effort to find at least some offsets to this new spending," said Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla. "No one in America believes the federal government is operating at peak efficiency and can't tighten its belt."
Al Hubbard, director of Bush's National Economic Council, acknowledged that hurricane relief spending will temporarily increase the deficit but said it will "in no way impact" Bush's commitment to cut the deficit in half.
Bush repeated a hotline number, 1-877-568-3317, for people to call to help reunite family members separated during the hurricane. Moments later, Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., criticized Bush, saying "Leadership isn't a speech or a toll-free number."
"No American doubts that New Orleans will rise again," Kerry said. "They doubt the competence and commitment of this administration."
Bush proposed establishment of worker recovery accounts providing up to $5,000 for job training, education and child care during victims' search for employment. He also proposed creation of a Gulf Opportunity Zone in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama offering tax breaks to encourage businesses to stay in the devastated region and new businesses to open. The White House said Friday that each of those initiatives would cost about $2 billion.
Bush said the goal was to get evacuees out of shelters by mid-October and into apartments and other homes, with assistance from the government. He said he would work with Congress to ensure that states were reimbursed for the cost of caring for evacuees.
He also said he would ask Congress to approve an Urban Homesteading Act in which surplus federal property would be turned over to low-income citizens by means of a lottery to build homes, with mortgages or assistance from charitable organizations. The administration has not yet estimated a cost for that plan.
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Reason 1,456,789 Kerry Deserved to LOSE!

Hey Scarecrow, you lost! You wanna gripe about the Hurricane? Go help, or shut the freak up!

By the way, who lost by 4 million votes? YOU!

Who had the scary wife? YOU!

Who sunk the Democrapic Party? YOU!


Here's old Horseface at the top of his form:

"Leadership isn't a speech or a toll-free number. Leadership is getting the job done. No American doubts that New Orleans will rise again, they doubt the competence and commitment of this Administration. Weeks after Katrina, Americans want an end to politics-as-usual that leaves them dangerously and unforgivably unprepared. Americans want to know that their government will be there when it counts with leadership that keeps them safe, not speeches in the aftermath to explain away the inexcusable."

And he could have done better, how????

Won't know, since HE LOST!

Thursday, September 15, 2005

Gwyneth, You Can Stay For All We Care!!

Well, Gwyneth Paltrow is the most recent talentless hack whining how bad America is.

Don't let the door hit ya, where the Good Lord split ya!

Bye! By the way, Sky Captain sucked! Sliding Doors was overrated! And my God, could your English accent be any more fake than Madoona's cleavage?

Bu-bye Gwyneth. Tell Johnny Depp hello, and tell Roman Polanski, she may be grown up now, but that was still statutory you pedophile!!!!

Our answer to moron hacks called cartoonists.

Hey Kanye, reap the Whirlwind, you West Coast piece of scheisse. Stupid race baiting steaming pile of camel dung.......

What, you don't think this is funny?????

IDGAS- I Don't Give A Sh--!

Cartoonist my a^^

OK, for those of you think this is a cartoonist, read carefully what he's saying.....

Sheneman says, all of our troops are screw ups, and are worthless.......

Take your logic and equations and shove you liberal buttlicks!

This cartoonist is now part of the Turd Rall Hall of Shame...... him and that race baiter Sean McGruder.......

Wednesday, September 14, 2005


Hat Tip to Gold Dragon at

The Final Inspection

The soldier stood and faced God,
Which must always come to pass.
He hoped his shoes were shining,
Just as brightly as his brass.

"Step forward now, you soldier,
How shall I deal with you?
Have you always turned the other cheek?
To My Church have you been true?"

The soldier squared his shoulders and said,
"No, Lord, I guess I ain't.
Because those of us who carry guns,
Can't always be a saint.

I've had to work most Sundays,
And at times my talk was tough.
And sometimes I've been violent,
Because the world is awfully rough.

But, I never took a penny,
That wasn't mine to keep...
Though I worked a lot of overtime,
When the bills got just too steep.

And I never passed a cry for help,
Though at times I shook with fear.
And sometimes, God, forgive me,
I've wept unmanly tears.

I know I don't deserve a place,
Among the people here.
They never wanted me around,
Except to calm their fears.

If you've a place for me here, Lord,
It needn't be so grand.
I never expected or had too much,
But if you don't, I'll understand.

There was a silence all around the throne,
Where the saints had often trod
As the soldier waited quietly,
For the judgment of his God.

"Step forward now, you soldier,
You've borne your burdens well.
Walk peacefully on Heaven's streets,
You've done your time in Hell."

And the ACLU would probably hate this one also......

Another Roach Is Back, This Time He's Bringing in Families to Sue Over Pledge

Michael Newdow, who used his kid and failed to get the Pledge of Allegiance overturned is now rigging this one. Now, he's got 2-3 families of atheists. Majority Rule in the US? Not anymore. Thank you 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, aka 9th Jerkit Court of Shlameels, 9th Circus Court of Dirty Deals.....


Gotta wonder who's paying for these suits.....

Don't wonder, just make a list.....

People For The American Way
American Atheists

and many many more......

Well, expect this to add a wrinkle to the Roberts confirmation, and ramped up attacks from the left.

Conservatives and Liberals, more differences than you know

OK, heard this off Rock 103.7 FM in Houston. Walton and Johnson were talking politics and noticing how liberals and conservatives are different. It's not word for word, but the Radio Gods got it dead on target!

Liberals and Conservatives here are the differences, as if you didn't know.....

Liberals think more government is great and can be depended on to care for everyone and everything.
Conservatives see government as a means to and end, and we need to depend on ourselves in case the government cannot do everything, see Katrina.

Liberals tend to manage producers and workers, and like set patterns.
Conservatives tend to be go-getters and produce results, and can work outside the box.

Liberals tend to prefer foreign beers with a lime or cherry in it.
Conservatives like domestic beer and some foreign, but with no fruit.

Liberals like their white wines and fruit smoothies.
Conservatives, they like most wines but aren't afraid of hard liquor.

Liberals tend to avoid red meat, and like fish raw, but have red meat well done.
Conservatives like all meat, and eat red meat rear. But fry up their seafood.

Liberals tend to be writers, actors, middle management types, and analysts.
Conservatives can do that, but also do manual labor, law enforcement, military, law, government, and yes some art.

Liberals tend to dislike manual labor and yard work.
Conservatives can do manual labor, and go so far as to cut their own tree down with a chain saw.. Argh ! Argh! Argh!

Liberals say peace at any price, peace in our time, and peace, man.
Conservatives say, is life so precious that it be purchased with chains. Give me liberty or give me death.

Liberals want kindness and understanding to our enemies after 9/11.
Conservatives want to understand their next move and bomb the sh-t out of them before there is another 9/11.

Liberals like chart toppers and pop and techno and rave music.
Conservatives like hard rock, old rock, and general good rock.

Liberals don't like going to the country.
Conservatives go to the outdoors and are fond of the country. Country music, country dress, and country dancing.

Liberals ventured out to the Old West after it was tamed.
Conservatives tamed, took, and settled the Old West before the libs even dared leave the East.

Liberals consider anywhere but LA and NYC flyover territory. Thanks Alec Baldwin.
Conservatives anywhere including LA and NYC American territory.

Liberal women have more testosterone than some of their men, and feel threatened when men come alongside to offer help.
Conservatives use their testosterone to protect their women, their fams, and their country and we don't feel threatened by a conservative woman coming alongside to help.

Liberals like their fuel efficient peanut oil driven or solar driven car.
Conservatives like their cars, trucks, and SUVs that drive after the sun goes down, and if we run out peanuts uses gas.

Liberals ask others to give and help, but won't do so themselves.
Conservatives dig deep and give whatever, and help whenever.

Liberals think religion is unnecessary and nonconsequential to the USA.
Conservatives think religion had a part in the US foundations, and it is very necessary for many.

Liberals talk about freedom of speech, but deny freedom of religion.
Conservatives talk of freedom of speech and religion and back it up with legal actions.

Liberals ran and still run to Canada to avoid serving their country and defending it.
Conservatives line up around the block, all the way to Canada, to serve and defend their country and our allies.

Liberals burn the US flag and will not die for their country.
Conservatives would die for the flag, their family, and protecting whatever the liberals want to burn.

Liberal senators take about leaving folks high and dry, when one of their own drove a car into a river and let their female passenger drown in it.
Conservatives will screw up and at least admit it, without bringing up the liberal's ironic statements.

Liberals are threatened by the words God Bless America.
Conservatives may be threatened by God Damn America, but know better and know God.

Liberals can go to college and have no class.
Conservatives may not all go to college, but still have class.

Liberals promise to provide and baby minorities but they won't fulfill their promises.
Conservatives tell folks to get up and help themselves, but will lend a hand when necessary.

Liberals abort their kids and want more folks to abort theirs also.
Conservatives are having more kids than liberals.

Conservatives don't like four letter words like Sh-t, F-ck, and C-ck.
Liberals don't like four letter words like Work, Soap, and Help.

There's just a few.....

Thanks Walton and Johnson.....

Clintons Exploiting Katrina

Well, gotta hand it to some New Yorkers, they're observant enough to find the Clintons doing a little profiteering of their own off this.


Read that and chew on that.....

Typical Conservative Observations and Typical Liberal Arrogance....

Read this from VRWC#1member's site. He's blogrolled on th side. Kudos Curt to the following......

September 13, 2005
Just An Observation
Why is it that we don't hear any whining and crying from Mississippi and Alabama after hurricane Katrina hit? I mean, Mississippi was hit *much* harder than Louisiana. You don't think that it could be that both Mississippi and Alabama are predominately Republican do you? Naaaaaaaaaa.......
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Good observation
Posted by: RightWingRocker September 13, 2005
Where are you getting your news, Sean Hannity?
Mississippi was nothing compared to New Orleans.
Posted by: The Ranando Report September 13, 2005
Ranando STFU you moron. MS may not be much to your stupid yankee ass, but it's home and livelihood for a greater proportion than in NOLA. Storm damages reached as far inland as Jackson, MS. AL, didn't they have a fucking oil rig jammed under a bridge in Mobile? Don't tell us what's nothing, you fucking moron. Also, NOLA levees broke due to poor LA construction and a bunch of Huey Longs takin funds for the city. Also, a barge drifted into one of them, you fuckwhit!
Where do you get your news, Or do you prefer the Communist News Network?
STFU you twit!
Posted by: Nick September 14, 2005

And you say Bush and FEMA dragged their a^^es.....


Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2005 10:59 a.m. EDT
Clinton's Disaster Response Took Longer Than Bush's
Critics say President Bush's personal response to the Hurricane Katrina disaster was too little, too late - with an Air Force One flyover the day after New Orleans' levees broke and a trip to Baton Rouge two days later.
President Clinton, on other the other hand, got glowing reviews for responding to his administration's biggest disaster, the Oklahoma City bombing - even though he took a day longer to arrive on the scene than Bush did last week.
New Orleans' levees broke on a Tuesday - and Bush had his own boots-on-the-ground just three days later on Friday.
When the Alfred P. Murrah Building exploded on Wednesday morning, April 19, 1995, President Clinton didn't travel to the scene for four full days.
And when he finally arrived, there was no grumbling by troubled pundits about the delay. In fact, Clinton's response to Oklahoma City is remembered to this day as the turning point of his political fortunes.
Writing this week in New York Magazine, John Heilemann recalls Clinton's April 23 speech about the bombing:
"With breathtaking subtlety and nimbleness, Clinton used that act of terrorism to illustrate the dangers of the wild-eyed anti-government rhetoric then in vogue among the Gingrichian GOP — a move that set him on the road to political redemption."
The real difference, of course, was that Clinton had a sympathetic media that was just as anxious as he was to blame the disaster on right wing Republicans. Bush, on the other hand, faces a press corps that couldn't wait to use Katrina against him.
The double standard becomes even more obvious when reaction to Katrina is compared with what remains the worst law enforcement debacle in U.S. history - the Clinton administration's decision to rout the Branch Davidians from their encampment at Waco.
More children were killed in that April 19, 1993, assault than died in Oklahoma City. Yet the Clinton administration received little if any blame - and no one was forced to resign.
In fact, after then-Attorney General Janet Reno publicly accepted responsibility, she was hailed as a hero by sympathetic reporters, an irony that's likely not lost on Bush's allegedly "disgraced" ex-FEMA Director Michael Brown.


Webb's World: Biden and Kennedy Hamming it Up

Webb's World 09/14/05By Tedd Webb

It is amazing to watch the confirmation hearing for Judge John Roberts. The pompous attitudes of those standing in judgment of this man.
First there is teddy Kennedy, opens up talking about the waters around New Orleans, and everything else not associated with Robert’s position on the Supreme Court. Kennedy is a waste of time, and long past his time for pasture.
Then there is Joseph Biden, who when running for President himself years ago, was busted for plagiarizing a speech. Seems in college he was also busted for copying some ones else’s work. Yesterday Biden would not allow Roberts to answer a question without interrupting him. When told to allow the judge to answer the question, Biden responded “but he is filibustering!” The witness had not been speaking but a mere 10 seconds.
I can’t wait for Charles Schumer to start his inquisition.
And then there is Senator Arlin Spector.
There was a time in history when our Senate was comparable to The House of Lords. A well behaved and classy lot.
Sadly, today our Senate is more like the audience at a Jerry Springer show.
That’s how I see it!
God blessTeddy

Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Are we happy now?

Michael Brown, head of FEMA, steps down.....


And now President Bush took the blame for FEMA and the federal response.....


Get on with life, now!

Roberts Feeding Frenzy

Alright, you all knew this was coming. Justice John Roberts confirmation stakes are now up, since President Bush is nominating him as Chief Justice of The Supreme Court.

What you will not see, unless you watch CSPAN or Fox News, is the sniping.

Joe Biden is accusing Roberts of being a misleading man, and more or less called him a liar. Biden is angry and frustrated, since Roberts is keeping his cool.

Ted Kennedy lectured on the US keeping its head above water. That's rich from Cappy Chappy. Where did Mary Jo go again, Ted? Oh right, in the drink right off Martha's Vineyard. Only took 4-8 hours to get the cops to save her, too late of course.

Patrick Leahy is whining on again and again. Leaky Leahy is worried someone will leak info on him at somepoint.....

Dick(head) Durbin is sitting there quiet, docile, quiet, but this troop basher will strike. Like any good vulture should.

Now, as I recall the only ones who got bashed during confirmation hearins were Robert Bork and Clarence Thomas. Funny how Republicans get bashed and get the good cop bad cop treatment.

However, Judges Ruth Bader Gindsberg and David Souter did not get the treatment. They got ushered in. Funny how liberals get nice treatment, and it helps when Democrats love the guy.

Well, expect Roberts to get in, but expect the vote to be highly partisan and the questions to get very very personal, and the rhetoric and tone to be something worthy of the Stalinist Purge Trials or even Nazi Judge Roland Freisler screeching at anti-Nazis.......

Well, the war is on, let's see how this goes.....

Monday, September 12, 2005

Have You Forgotten?

OK, four years ago, on September 11, 2001, the United States suffered its deadliest terrorist attack, ever. It was also the worst loss of American lives on day, since Pearl Harbor, and before that, The Civil War battle of Antietam.

Many want to act like 9/11 never happened. That the heroes on Flight 93, were not really heroes. And many others want to think, demand that we agree that America got what it deserved.

Yeah, tell that to the families of NY Firefighters who died that day, 343 total.
Tell that to the families of the victims of Flight 93, 40 victims, 40 families.
And of course tell that to the families of the over 2,600 who died inside the WTC.

Never forgive, never forget.

And don't post here, unless you have something profound and good to say. All trolls will be deleted.....

Thursday, September 08, 2005

How to be a Huffington or Leftwing Blogger Questionairre

Check this out, too funny.....


HELLO EVERYONE!!!Do you often find yourself fantasizing about becoming a Huffpo blogger? Do you love to read other blogs, digest their info, and then expel pre-chewed nut-bag assumptions into a concerned and earnest post? If so, you might be perfect for this blog!
So... how do you get the job?
Just tick the boxes!SECTION ONE: WHO ARE YOU?
Are you famous? Do you know someone famous?have you ever brushed up against someone famous?Was it Warren Beatty?Did you think he'd be firmer?Is your husband famous?(check one of the following)- Yes I am Rebecca Pidgeon.- Yes I am Laurie David- Yes, I am Shiva Rose- No, but my wife is rich AND famous, I am Brad Hall- Other lady of leisure:____________________
Where did you spend your summer vacation?- French Riviera- Camp Casey- Deepak Chopra's Seducing the Spirit Retreat- working as Sean Penn's personal photographer
Which of the following countries have you threatened to move to (check allthat apply):- France- Canada- Monaco has no taxes, right?-Can you work the phrase "tipping point" into a sentence, without actuallyreading the book, "The Tipping Point," or even understanding what thistipping point thing is? Can you pretend to know something without knowinganything?Do you have a black and white picture of yourself, with your chin restingcomfortably on your fist? When you stare at this picture, do you get awarm fuzzy feeling, not unlike urinating down your leg?have you ever written any poetry? -it doesn’t rhyme, does it?-are you a man?-if so, when you tell people you’re a poet, do they immediately realize they’re going to have to pay for dinner?Have you ever claimed that you are a fiscal Republican?Just so you can spout lefty crap at parties?You still go home alone, don't you?Do you own a Che Guevara sweatshirt?Did you wear it to a Dave Matthews concert last year?Did you get beaten up by a group of pissed-off Cubans?SECTION 2: DISASTER THINKING
-Do you believe that no one can voice support of the IRAQ war UNLESS they are willing to serve in it?-YET when it came to the flood, you readily assumed an expertise in crisis management within hours of the disaster?-And only so you could heave blame at Bush like a monkey flinging his own feces?Do you always try to relate large-scale tragedies to your own life?-Do you say things like, “Wow, I was just in New Orleans."-"I had a connecting flight there."-"I bought some beads in terminal 2."-"I rented the Big Easy once. It was good."
-do you see "looting" as a function of poverty?- brought on by Bush's policies?-do you think you and a looter might get along over a beer? -as you both agree over the point you just made about poverty?-do you press charges after he stabs you?Do you assume all poor people loot when faced with crisis?-Even though most, if not all, poor people hate looters? -Even though most, if not all, poor people HATE YOU MORE- for excusing looters?do you really believe Bush doesn’t care about poor, black people?-But, then, who really seemed to RELISH the tragedy more?-Bush? -or The Huffington Post?-When was the last time you used the word 'deconstruction?'-Did it feel good? -How will post-modernism help those in need right now on the Gulf Coast? -Don't you think hicks who can do construction are more valuable to society than you? -Does this shocking juxtaposition explain everything at the HuffPo?Randall Robinson says people were eating corpses in New Orleans.-is this an example of what Bush calls "soft bigotry of lowered expectations?"-Do you think Randall's desire to demonize Bush exposed his own delusional fantasies?-Do you think Randall's pants were on when he wrote that fantasy?(NOTE:We are not implying that cannibalism is bad. Here at the Huffpo, we love ancient, spiritual cultures. And you can't get much more ancient or spiritual than the Anasazi tribe, and they used cannibalism in religious ceremonies as a method to get followers to pay tribute and build monuments. What these folks were doing was a religious, healing process. In a pot.)
Do you believe people are too afraid to discuss the "taboo" of race?Yet you can discuss it for hours, insert it into any topic, from natural disasters to footwear? Do you feel compelled to let blacks know immediately where you stand on the topic of race?Do you feel compelled to tell blacks how much you admire Spike Jonze? Do you realize the next day that you meant Spike Lee?Is there anything racist about the fact that Oprah Winfrey talks black to black people, and then talks differently to white people? -And what's up with Steadman, anyway?-He's really taking care of himself!SECTION THREE: YOUR BELIEFS!When a crime is committed, do you blame the criminal?Or do you find a root cause?Do you try to find a root cause for everything? How about when your girlfriend dumped you?What do you think her root cause was?Was it your obsession with root causes?or just your small root?
A man wants to date his sister. Does this offend you?-yes, it does. I’m fairly tolerant of many things, but not incest.-No, not at all. Centuries from now we'll look back at this time with embarrassment - a time when we thought incest was "wrong." Healthy examples of this lifestyle abound: certain hill-tribes in Cambodia let siblings have sex, and the Indian Kukis are pretty much up for anything! And lets face it: Screwing your sibling guarantees a sex partner who knows you better than anyone. PLUS: NO PROM-NIGHT WORRIES ABOUT MEETING HER FATHER.
WARNING! Does any of this information, so far, cause your brain to absolutely disconnect and move on to another task? Quick: eat a banana or something!MOVING ON:If you had to kill one of the following, which would it be:- your unborn baby- a puppy or kitten- a republican- your assistant- your Pilates instructor- your private jet pilot (who has signed a non-disclosure agreement not todivulge you have a private jet)
do you think peace is a "process?"do you think war is evil, no matter what?do you think you'd have to be stupid to be in the military?Do you think white soldiers are rednecks?- and black soldiers are victims of limited opportunity brought on by a racist society?Do you like to tell people you’re a pacifist?-and that you'd never fight under any circumstance?-Mind if I stop by your house and take your plasma?(TV and blood platelets)
Do you like conspiracies?Does reading about them make you feel smart? Does obvious truth make you uncomfortable?When a conspiracy is exposed as a lie, do you think that's part of THE conspiracy?Do you think people can read your thoughts?Are you receiving radio transmissions from your dental fillings?Are they telling you that you're Norman Mailer?Are they correct?
Do you believe in “shadow” governments?Can you do “shadow” puppets?-Do you think conservatives are stiff, humorless and mean?-have you ever sat through a Tim Robbins play?-Do you hate authority?-until you need a cop?-do you try to have an opinion, even when you really have none?-do you think googling replaces thinking?-do you favor high drama over slow progress?-do you like it when authority figures are "shown up?"-do you cry for authority figures when you're "helpless?"-have you ever self-published a book?-out of your garage?-are they blocking the dryer?
-do you understand the motivations and feelings of animals?-because you own a dog?-do you like to put hats on the dog?-and take pictures of dog with hat on his head?HUFFPO QUICK QUIZ!: Could you have predicted that the cause of a lifetime - making Cindy Sheehan the sympathetic icon of our times - could be so easily dropped once we found better dead bodies than Casey to use against the President? NOW LET'S CONTINUE!-Do you like to tell people how close you lived to ground zero?-Even though you live in Florida?Do you run a progressive "group" blog?But it's just you, isn't it?Do you post comments at hope david might respond?When he doesn’t, are you sad?-Later, do you repeatedly stab the collage of pictures you made of him?Are you on any advisory boards? Do you “spearhead” things? Are you on any advisory boards to “spearhead” things?Have you ever co-chaired a task force?Are you a founding member, a president, senior counsel, a visiting fellow, a lecturer and an author of 14 books? Have you been a memorial lecturer, or earned a honorary degree? Have you done all this without ever holding an actual job?Are you devoted to stopping global warming?Enough to start a “virtual march” ?Which means you can stay in your mansion that burns ungodly sums of fuel?Do you believe we live in a toxic world?Do you see poisons lurking everywhere?Are you into detoxification?Do you purify yourself?Do you own an enema kit? Does it have a travel case? Is this travel case monogrammed?-do you wear a baseball cap when you go to REM concerts?-does it hide your bald spot? -do you write for numerous alternative newsweeklies?-Do you ignore the fact that they survive off escort ads?-Which you swear you’re never calling again. Do you think we should all think globally?Are you still living at home?
Are you an artist, author, performer and a visiting professor? But basically you're famous for covering your genitals in syrup?And nothing else.
Are you a children’s advocate?Do you have any kids of your own?AND WHERE THE HELL IS ROSA?(If she's late again, it's back across the river for her)
Are you a "meditation counsellor?"Can you speak on spirituality and relationships?But only for money?Do you believe we all have souls?What happened to yours?
Weren’t you once Gary Hart?Are you currently alive?
Do you still tell people you were once married to Jane Fonda?Do people still care?Do you consider yourself a “watchdog?”Do you say you work “for the people?”Do you think of yourself as a “conscience” for America?Do you wonder why “No one listens to you anymore?”
Are you a consumer advocate for nonprofit, nonpartisan foundation?Are you glad knit ties are back in fashion?-Are you a frequent guest on talk shows?-would you like to be?-Do you practice crossing your legs when you're alone?Do you serve on numerous governing boards, including: Rainforest Action Network, WITNESS, Bioneers, the New Apollo Project and the Social Venture Network?-Do you do it for the free coffee mugs?Is everything you work on "non-partisan?"Are you dedicated to ensuring accountability in the executive branch of the federal government?Until a Democrat gets into office?Are you still owed money by Air America?Is Al Franken not returning your calls?Have you ever written a “one-woman” show?and you're a man?Are you into the “spoken word?”But prefer to tell people you are a “multi-media artist?”are these words meant to explain to mom and dad why there are only five other people in the audience?Do you own ferrets?Did you name them Noam and Chomsky?Do you have dreadlocks?And you’re white?Do you have a henna tattoo, a charity band around your wrist, and an eyebrow ring?Do you celebrate "individuality" above all?And you're pushing 40?
Did you ever host a show on PBS?and NPR?Have you ever worked on anything that turned a profit?Are you into global justice?Have you tried to unionise sweatshop workers in China?Have you helped organize sex workers in Bangkok? and you actually got three back to your hotel room for sixty bucks?Did you ever work for a bi-annual feminist journal?WHY?
Are you a Huffington Post commenter?Have you seen how thin some of the bios are?Have you ever wondered what you did wrong that you haven't been invited to blog?Are you chomping at the bit to come after me -- again?All right... go!

Funnier, the bozos trashing the guy's article.

Check the link: