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.

Tuesday, December 20, 2005

NY Grinds to Halt, Thanks to Illegal Transit Strike

Two questions:

Who does Roger Toussaint think he is grinding a city of over 8 million people to a halt?
And will Mayor Bloomberg get the nuts to arrest this goon and restore transportation to the nation's largest city?

Read more.....,2933,179241,00.html

Not many New Yorkers are going to sympathize with the TWU or Toussaint or the others leaving NYC in a lerch.

Bloomberg, a subway rider himself who spent the night at the Office of Emergency Management headquarters, walked over the Brooklyn Bridge to City Hall in the morning in solidarity with the thousands of Brooklyn residents making their way in to work on foot amid freezing temperatures.
The temperature at 7:30 a.m. EST in the city was only 22 degrees, but felt like 10 degrees with the wind chill. Two dozen Santas from Brookstone's department store stood on the bridge to greet commuters as they walked or biked across the bridge.

And the protestors are still gloating over this. Wear your TWU hats today and see how many snowballs get pelted at you. Twerps..

Commuter frustration was evident both before the strike and after it was called.
Darryl Padilla, a 20-year-old club promoter, was trying to get on the train at Penn Station when he found out that the strike had begun. He didn't have enough cash to take a cab to his home on the northern tip of Manhattan.
"I didn't think they were going to shut down. I can't take a cab," he said.

Didn't think about others, did you Roger? Any problems or tragedies due to lack of transit, must rest at Rastafarian Roger's feet.

"I think they all should get fired," said Eddie Goncalves, a doorman trying to get home after his overnight shift. He said he expected to spend an extra $30 per day in cab and train fares.

Well, they could be fined or jailed also. the NY State Taylor law forbids striking by public and government employees. Kind of breaking the law, weren't they?

"Enough is enough," said Craig DeRosa, who relies on the subway to get to work. "Their benefits are as rich as you see anywhere in this country and they are still complaining. I don't get it."
In Queens, Brunilda Ayala said she had no sympathy for the union after the bus strike began in her neighborhood.
"How can you give a raise to a bus driver who would make three old ladies walk home in the cold?" asked Ayala, 57.

And the whining minority screws the hard working majority. Typical fruits of liberals and their giving-in-all-the-time approach.

Another reason why certain unions with certain leanings ought to be retired as the fossils that they are.

Monday, December 19, 2005

Conservative Xmas Song

Think John Lennon's SO THIS IS CHRISTMAS song....


So this is Christmas
Conservatives cry
Cause children are happy
And we want them to die

War mongering Christmas
We all had some fun
Bombing all the A-rabs
And starving their young

Conservative Christmas
Drive my SUV
Right over the homeless
Speed bump them with glee

Conservative Christmas
What a happy day
‘Cause we just stole 4 million
From your 401k’s

An intolerant Christmas
On the colored we spit
And beat them for crimes that
They did not commit

Conservative Christmas
Have a happy new year
Unless you’re a red man
Black, yellow or queer

There’s a new Christmas anthem
On this holiday
For all those who hate us
No matter what we say

A Conservative Christmas
Have a great holiday
Unless of course you’re a liberal
Or a conservative gay

A Conservative Christmas
And a write off next year
Pray for a bull market
And go kill a deer

We’re war mongers
Love no longer
White race stronger
Blah Blah Blah Blahhhhh

Conservative Stereotypes

Well, well, well, you wittle wiberwals and your stereotypes. And you say we're making generalizations. The irony is so thick, you need a chainsaw to cut it.

Read this link, some of the generalizations are too funny.

Here are my favorites.....

A hollow suit . . . or a diehard redneck . . .

Pudgy, self satisfied asshole who cares not for the suffering of others. Someone who values things more than people.A clueless dolt with the transmitter stuck on LOUD and ALWAYS ON; and whose receiver is broken. In one word: SELFISH.

Bwahahahaha, that's sad since they forgot rail think Anne Coulter, and Big and Mean Arnie Schwarzenegger, aka the killer of innocent gangstas. Funny, we put our value in God, but you guys deny God. And let's see, hmmm, loud? Do Cindy Sheehan, Howard Dean, Al Franken, Randi Rhodes, or Nancy Pelosi ring a bell?

Hello pot, I'm kettle, and you're black!


Oh here's some more.....

When I think "typical Republican", the image I get isof a middle aged white guy making only slight more than minimum wage. Racist, homophobic, VERY angry about their shitty life so they use liberals as a scapegoat, driving a full sized truck with about 10 of those "support the troops" ribbons that were made in China on the back, totally lacking a sense of humor and proudly displays that fact by continuing to tell Clinton-blow job jokes (and thinking they are "clever" or "original" with those jokes), believes that liberals' are trying to take their guns and Santa Clause away from them, repeats the phrases "commie" and "socialist" but can't actually define those words, gets all their "news" from Fox "News".

Let's see, hmmm, well we used to watch CNN and the 3 sister networks, til they started to SUCK and be more editorial than news oriented. Hmmm, crappy lives? Well, who's screaming and ranting about the evil conservatives? We live good lives, not perfect, but we get over elections unlike some who whine about Florida and Ohio. Angry and ugly liberals. Spell Santa Claus, right, you twinkie! Also, commie and socialist applies to most of your heroes, so must hurt when the truth sticks to you, huh? Racist? Nope, we hate everyone who's a stupid liberal. Homophobic? Nope, don't ask don't tell, and make your peace with God, but stop EXHIBITING your crap in public! Eesh. Cept you two hot chicks, keep makin out. Just kidding.

These liberals are too funny.

two subspecies. the dumb gun-toting redneck flag waving bible thumper and the wealthy, greedy, suit wearing, sexually repressed, christian business man

Well, so much for being more tolerant than Christians, huh pal? And well, screw reaching out to the Red States, right boys? I say boys, since none of you ever grew up and exhibit less maturity than a toddler throwing a hissy fit. Bible Thumper? Only if we can thwack you in the head with it. Christian, sexually repressed? Um no, ever read Song of Solomon? We're not the ones passing of S&M and homo-eroticism as art. Twits.

Subspecies? Well, we got two of our own. The STUPID Sheeple Liberals that nod and follow everything CNN and Howard Dean says. And the uberliberal, godless, socialist, leadership of the left. Bottom feeders, and slightly smarter bottom feeders.

Enjoy your stereotypes, we certainly enjoy ours. Putzes.

Call to Arms: Too Late to Cut and Run in Iraq

Fine work Mr. President. Wish you said this back in early 2004, but better now than never. By the way, the bold text is stuff you liberals really ought to read or at least think about. Toss aside your Democrapic Talking Points, and think for a sec. We are gonna win this, and any defeat will not be due to our troops, rather the backstabbers here. Thank God there's a fighting majority in this country.

Text of speech:

Transcript: Bush Oval Office Speech
Sunday, December 18, 2005

WASHINGTON — Good evening. Three days ago, in large numbers, Iraqis went to the polls to choose their own leaders — a landmark day in the history of liberty. In coming weeks, the ballots will be counted, a new government formed and a people who suffered in tyranny for so long will become full members of the free world.
This election will not mean the end of violence. But it is the beginning of something new: constitutional democracy at the heart of the Middle East. And this vote — 6,000 miles away, in a vital region of the world — means that America has an ally of growing strength in the fight against terror.
All who had a part in this achievement — Iraqis, Americans, and coalition partners — can be proud. Yet our work is not done. There is more testing and sacrifice before us. I know many Americans have questions about the cost and direction of this war. So tonight I want to talk to you about how far we have come in Iraq, and the path that lies ahead.
From this office, nearly three years ago, I announced the start of military operations in Iraq. Our coalition confronted a regime that defied United Nations Security Council resolutions, violated a cease-fire agreement, sponsored terrorism and possessed, we believed, weapons of mass destruction. After the swift fall of Baghdad, we found mass graves filled by a dictator, we found some capacity to restart programs to produce weapons of mass destruction but we did not find those weapons.
It is true that Saddam Hussein had a history of pursuing and using weapons of mass destruction. It is true that he systematically concealed those programs, and blocked the work of U.N. weapons inspectors. It is true that many nations believed that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction. But much of the intelligence turned out to be wrong. And as your president, I am responsible for the decision to go into Iraq.
Yet it was right to remove Saddam Hussein from power. He was given an ultimatum and he made his choice for war. And the result of that war was to rid the world of a murderous dictator who menaced his people, invaded his neighbors and declared America to be his enemy. Saddam Hussein, captured and jailed, is still the same raging tyrant — only now without a throne. His power to harm a single man, woman, or child is gone forever. And the world is better for it.
Since the removal of Saddam, this war — like other wars in our history — has been difficult. The mission of American troops in urban raids and desert patrols — fighting Saddam loyalists and foreign terrorists — has brought danger and suffering and loss. This loss has caused sorrow for our whole nation and it has led some to ask if we are creating more problems than we are solving.
That is an important question, and the answer depends on your view of the War on Terror. If you think the terrorists would become peaceful if only America would stop provoking them, then it might make sense to leave them alone.
This is not the threat I see. I see a global terrorist movement that exploits Islam in the service of radical political aims — a vision in which books are burned, and women are oppressed, and all dissent is crushed. Terrorist operatives conduct their campaign of murder with a set of declared and specific goals — to de-moralize free nations, to drive us out of the Middle East, to spread an empire of fear across that region and to wage a perpetual war against America and our friends. These terrorists view the world as a giant battlefield and they seek to attack us wherever they can. This has attracted Al Qaeda to Iraq, where they are attempting to frighten and intimidate America into a policy of retreat.
The terrorists do not merely object to American actions in Iraq and elsewhere, they object to our deepest values and our way of life. And if we were not fighting them in Iraq, in Afghanistan, in Southeast Asia and in other places, the terrorists would not be peaceful citizens — they would be on the offense, and headed our way.
September 11th, 2001, required us to take every emerging threat to our country seriously and it shattered the illusion that terrorists attack us only after we provoke them. On that day, we were not in Iraq, we were not in Afghanistan but the terrorists attacked us anyway — and killed nearly 3,000 men, women and children in our own country. My conviction comes down to this: We do not create terrorism by fighting the terrorists. We invite terrorism by ignoring them. And we will defeat the terrorists by capturing and killing them abroad, removing their safe havens and strengthening new allies like Iraq and Afghanistan in the fight we share.
This work has been especially difficult in Iraq — more difficult than we expected. Reconstruction efforts and the training of Iraqi security forces started more slowly than we hoped. We continue to see violence and suffering, caused by an enemy that is determined and brutal, unconstrained by conscience or the rules of war.
Some look at the challenges in Iraq and conclude that the war is lost and not worth another dime or another day. I don't believe that. Our military commanders do not believe that. Our troops in the field, who bear the burden and make the sacrifice, do not believe that America has lost. And not even the terrorists believe it. We know from their own communications that they feel a tightening noose and fear the rise of a democratic Iraq.
The terrorists will continue to have the coward's power to plant roadside bombs and recruit suicide bombers. And you will continue to see the grim results on the evening news. This proves that the war is difficult — it does not mean that we are losing. Behind the images of chaos that terrorists create for the cameras, we are making steady gains with a clear objective in view.
America, our coalition and Iraqi leaders are working toward the same goal — a democratic Iraq that can defend itself, that will never again be a safe haven for terrorists and that will serve as a model of freedom for the Middle East.
We have put in place a strategy to achieve this goal — a strategy I have been discussing in detail over the last few weeks. This plan has three critical elements.
First, our coalition will remain on the offense, finding and clearing out the enemy, transferring control of more territory to Iraqi units and building up the Iraqi Security Forces so they can increasingly lead the fight. At this time last year, there were only a handful of Iraqi army and police battalions ready for combat. Now, there are more than 125 Iraqi combat battalions fighting the enemy, more than 50 are taking the lead and we have transferred more than a dozen military bases to Iraqi control.
Second, we are helping the Iraqi government establish the institutions of a unified and lasting democracy, in which all of Iraq's peoples are included and represented. Here also, the news is encouraging. Three days ago, more than 10 million Iraqis went to the polls, including many Sunni Iraqis who had boycotted national elections last January. Iraqis of every background are recognizing that democracy is the future of the country they love, and they want their voices heard. One Iraqi, after dipping his finger in the purple ink as he cast his ballot, stuck his finger in the air and said: "This is a thorn in the eyes of the terrorists." Another voter was asked, "Are you Sunni or Shia?" He responded, "I am Iraqi."
Third, after a number of setbacks, our coalition is moving forward with a reconstruction plan to revive Iraq's economy and infrastructure and to give Iraqis confidence that a free life will be a better life. Today in Iraq, seven in 10 Iraqis say their lives are going well and nearly two-thirds expect things to improve even more in the year ahead. Despite the violence, Iraqis are optimistic and that optimism is justified.
In all three aspects of our strategy — security, democracy, and reconstruction — we have learned from our experiences, and fixed what has not worked. We will continue to listen to honest criticism and make every change that will help us complete the mission. Yet there is a difference between honest critics who recognize what is wrong, and defeatists who refuse to see that anything is right.
Defeatism may have its partisan uses, but it is not justified by the facts. For every scene of destruction in Iraq, there are more scenes of rebuilding and hope. For every life lost, there are countless more lives reclaimed. And for every terrorist working to stop freedom in Iraq, there are many more Iraqis and Americans working to defeat them. My fellow citizens: Not only can we win the war in Iraq, we are winning the war in Iraq.
It is also important for every American to understand the consequences of pulling out of Iraq before our work is done. We would abandon our Iraqi friends and signal to the world that America cannot be trusted to keep its word. We would undermine the morale of our troops by betraying the cause for which they have sacrificed. We would cause tyrants in the Middle East to laugh at our failed resolve, and tighten their repressive grip. We would hand Iraq over to enemies who have pledged to attack us and the global terrorist movement would be emboldened and more dangerous than ever before. To retreat before victory would be an act of recklessness and dishonor and I will not allow it.
We are approaching a new year and there are certain things all Americans can expect to see. We will see more sacrifice — from our military, their families and the Iraqi people. We will see a concerted effort to improve Iraqi police forces and fight corruption. We will see the Iraqi military gaining strength and confidence and the democratic process moving forward. As these achievements come, it should require fewer American troops to accomplish our mission. I will make decisions on troop levels based on the progress we see on the ground and the advice of our military leaders — not based on artificial timetables set by politicians in Washington. Our forces in Iraq are on the road to victory and that is the road that will take them home.
In the months ahead, all Americans will have a part in the success of this war. Members of Congress will need to provide resources for our military. Our men and women in uniform, who have done so much already, will continue their brave and urgent work. And tonight, I ask all of you listening to carefully consider the stakes of this war, to realize how far we have come and the good we are doing and to have patience in this difficult, noble, and necessary cause.
I also want to speak to those of you who did not support my decision to send troops to Iraq: I have heard your disagreement, and I know how deeply it is felt. Yet now there are only two options before our country — victory or defeat. And the need for victory is larger than any president or political party because the security of our people is in the balance. I do not expect you to support everything I do, but tonight I have a request: Do not give in to despair, and do not give up on this fight for freedom.
Americans can expect some things of me as well. My most solemn responsibility is to protect our nation, and that requires me to make some tough decisions. I see the consequences of those decisions when I meet wounded servicemen and women who cannot leave their hospital beds, but summon the strength to look me in the eye and say they would do it all over again. I see the consequences when I talk to parents who miss a child so much but tell me he loved being a soldier, he believed in his mission and Mr. President, finish the job.
I know that some of my decisions have led to terrible loss — and not one of those decisions has been taken lightly. I know this war is controversial — yet being your president requires doing what I believe is right and accepting the consequences. And I have never been more certain that America's actions in Iraq are essential to the security of our citizens, and will lay the foundation of peace for our children and grandchildren.
Next week, Americans will gather to celebrate Christmas and Hanukkah. Many families will be praying for loved ones spending this season far from home — in Iraq, Afghanistan or other dangerous places. Our nation joins in those prayers. We pray for the safety and strength of our troops. We trust, with them, in a love that conquers all fear, and a light that reaches the darkest corners of the Earth. And we remember the words of the Christmas carol, written during the Civil War: "God is not dead, nor [does] He sleep; the wrong shall fail, the right prevail, with peace on Earth, good will to men."
Thank you, and good night.


Well, well, well little liberals. You wanted answers, here they are. This time in the form of a double punch in the ring.

First, Bush......,2933,179084,00.html

And then Vice President Cheney, and wow, he's visiting the troops in Iraq! Wow, love to see Dirty Harry Reid or John Flip Flop Kerry have the juevos to do that, bunch of backstabbers.

Here's Cheney....,2933,179070,00.html

Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Prophet Of the Religion of Pieces Says Holocaust Made Up, If Not, The Jews Deserve It

This is the new face of Iran? This is the man, that Europe and every other morons says we ought to negotiate with?

Gee, hmmmm, that worked so well with Hitler, didn't it?

Oh wait, there was WORLD WAR II!

Question, how does one fabricate the Holocaust? How does one make up photos of so many dead family members, yet get yourself in those pics, when they were date pre-1939? How do you coerce and get hundreds of thousands of Allied soldiers to share the same horrible sights and unforgettable odors? Tell me how, you wog? And to you Jew Bashers out there, self-hating Jews (let's just call you KAPOS), and other stupid libs, how can you dare think this guy is a moderate?

Read this man's rants:

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

GWYNETH PALTROW: US cries over the dead too much

Gwyneth Paltrow spouts the umpteenth reason she needs to be slapped. And proof yet again, why we're better off with her living in London, not here.


Gwyneth Paltrow has praised Londoners for their resilience after the British capital's transport network was attacked by suicide bombers on July 7.

And the US hasn't bounced back in four years? Well, there's a difference between your resilience and ours, Paltrow. We give a crap about our dead, can all of the British say the same? Noooooo. Let's see, the NYSE opened up a week after 9/11. Flights were back by the end of the week of 9/11. Someone hates the US, methinks. Idiot.

The Shakespeare In Love beauty, who lives in London with her rock star husband Chris Martin and daughter Apple, admits she is amazed by the locals' courage in the face of adversity.
She says, "I find the English amazing how they got over 7/7.

Well, the British have endured the Blitz, Napoleon, and other invaders, and of course the IRA attacks. Granted, they're tough. However, attacks on the US did not really happen since WWII, so shoot us for being shocked, you bitch!

"There were no multiple memorials with people sobbing as they would have been in America.
"There, they are constantly scaring people but at the same time, people think nothing of going to see a therapist."

Let's see, British lost 52 folks. We lost close to 3,000! You cold hearted, stupid, talentless whore! Did you ever think that those in therapy were New Yorkers? Maybe they saw their friend or loved one, JUMP 100 FLOORS RATHER THAN BURN! Maybe their cous, was a firefighter, crushed and pulverized when the Towers came down! Hey, here's one, maybe Americans knew folks who DIED ON THE DAMN AIRPLANES!

Gwyneth Paltrow, I pray you never come back to the US. You are sick, callous and twisted bitch! You and your stupid husband both need serious floggings!

Differences between us and the Londoners:

1. We awoke to the threat posed by terrorists and lax security. London has not.
2. New York Mayor Rudy Guiliani blamed the terrorists for the attack and pledged to secure and rebuild NYC, London Mayor Livingstone blamed the victims, Britain, the US, and liberating Iraq for the London attacks.
3. The USA lost 3,000 dead, the UK lost 52. Both were tragic.
4. The British liberals have coddled and feared potential terrorists. We indict the terrorists and detain them.
5. Our President fought the terrorists, and thank God your Prime Minister had the balls to due likewise.
6. When London got hit, we were upset and worried. When NYC got hit, some folks in London held street parties, and not just the mooselimbs.
7. Central London, collection of hippies, liberals, and snobby ex American expatriates. NYC, oddly enough has these elements, but much more regular patriotic working folks and new American citizens that DO NOT kill or terrorize their new land.

There's probably more about the Queen, afternoon tea, cricket, and all that, but say this, we care about our events, though some act like we shouldn't.

Tookie is Gone, Life Goes On

Well, Tookie Williams was gone, so life will go on. Or maybe not? Liberals will whine about the death of "a rehabilitated poet and artist" but where is their anguish over the 3,000 dead from September 11? Where is the anguish over the dead victims of Tookie?

Here are the links to Tookie's victims, WARNING, GRAPHIC IN NATURE:

Hat Tip: The Rott

Oddly enough, Jamie Foxx, complained that Tookie Williams was going to be killed on HIS BIRTHDAY. Gee, Jamie, you shill, weren't the victims killed on someone's birthday also?????

Mike Ferrel complained that Governor Schwarzenegger is part of the cheerleaders of death and torture, as led by the Bush Administration. Well, Mike, where was your caring for the dead victims that Tookie shot in cold blood? How about the widow of that Philadelphia Cop, Mumia shot?

Liberals, fake caring compassionates when it comes to the victims, but knights in yellow armor for their pet killers.

Here were some of the people holding vigil for Tookie Williams, and NOT THE SHOT AND KILLED VICTIMS.

Joan Baez, Foxx, Ferrel, Susan Sarandon, Tim Robbins, etc......

Where were they for honoring the dead of violent crime? Nowhere.

Saturday, December 10, 2005

Up on Death Row (think Rooftop, Xmas Song)

Up On Death Row

Up on Death Row, sits Tookie Williams.
Out jumps Hollyweird and the stupid liberals.
Tookie is sweating bullets, crying like a boy.
Executioner's geared to get his joys

Oh Hell No, He shouldn't die!
Oh Hell Yeah, let's see him fry!
Up on the Death Row for this wookie.
Fifthy thousand volts will go through Tookie

First comes the shaving of his head
Then strapping that wire right to his leg.
Getting the current to make his hairs curl,
Sending his ass to the underworld.


Next comes the whines of old Mike Ferrel.
His acting and life logic are so terrible.
Mike thinks this killer can live in harmony.
Then the switch is thrown by Governor Arnie.


Finally the liberals will scream and cry.
Lamenting that their project had to die.
The liberals are such an odd bunch of sheeple.
Guess they forgot Tookie murdered several people.

Repeat CHORUS.

Monday, December 05, 2005


OK, you know what grinds my gears. The nitpickers and sh-tkickers who tear apart Christmas. This includes, the misers, the Christmas haters, the morons who want all holidays banned because their lives suck and they wanna see everyone else as miserable as they are, get the picture????

First, we know that December 25, is not the real day Christmas was celebrated. We know when Joseph and Mary went to Bethlehem for the census, it was tax time, and it was the pre-modern time of filing before the 15th. At the time, Mary was with child. And between the Jewish, Roman, and Gregorian calendars, we can only guess that the real date was in the spring. You date and fact types, you're smart, you're tops in your fantasy world. We get it. Now, shut the f-ck up, OK?

Second, getting cynical doesn't make the holidays good for anyone. For those of you complaining that Christmas is too commercialized and that the stores push an agenda, don't shop. Don't go outside your little cave and just sit and plot like the Unibomber. Make sure, when you try explosives, to blow yourself up and rid the world of your poison. You wanna avoid Christmas, it's easy. Move to Cuba or Iran.

Third, to those of you who enjoy tearing into the Virgin Birth, let me say this. Sometimes, there's crap you cannot understand and never will, despite your multiple degrees, your pompous attitude, and your condescending stance. Take a nice cup of Shut The Hell Up. There is a reason some crap is left unexplained, why you're not God (and boy are we thankful for that), and why you and Andy Richter do not Control The Universe. You believe in nothing, you stand for nothing, and when you die, you're gonna spend an eternity with nothing. No God, no grace, nyet. Keep up your crap, but don't you dare tear anyone else down.

Fourth, those of you who say Christmas music hearts your ears and you never want to hear Happy Holidays let alone Merry Christmas, STFU. Just STFU for good, to all haters of the holidays. Your Christmas probably sucked because you pissed off Santa. You were a greedy little f-ball, and even the Virgin Mary was ready to pistol whip you and set your d(bleep)k on fire! We may be wishing you a Merry Christmas, but boy do we wanna see Rudolph and the reindeer take a dump on you and your new car, Mr. Late drinking, ponytail sporting, philosophizing, overanalytical, sneering, cynical, Seinfeld on crack, wannabe.

Fifth, WTF are Holiday Trees? We had Christmas trees when I was a kid, and for years and years before that! Which holiday are the spruces pines for? Which birth are those trees used for? Hmmmmm. And why oh why did Martin Luther and the German Christians use that pagan tree and use it for Christianity? Because, IT WAS FRICKIN CHRISTMAS! Christmas! CHRIST-MAS, Christmas! I mean what are the other Holiday Trees? The Hanukah shrub? Kwanza Bonsai? Ramadan tree stump tied to a claymore? What?

OK, rants over for now.


Righteous Rant

Funny rant, not for the timid, and very very offensive to you liberals.

Read this and enjoy, or puke, or what-the-crap-ever.....


HAT TIP to The Rott!