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Thursday, May 27, 2004

The Hysterical Left 

AlGorebot v 2.004 made another of his hysterical speeches yesterday. Was it in front of average people who coma from all walks of life? No. It was in front of the radical, virulently anti-AmeriKKKan group, MoveOn.org. AlGorebot made his second charge the Pres. B betrayed us. The Left whines about how their patriotism is attacked whenever their record is questioned. However, this is the second time that AlGorebot has claimed Pres. B betrayed the nation. That is as close to accusing the president of treason one can get without using the word treason. Why doesn't AlGorebot back up his claim in the responsible media? AlGorebot is preaching to the choir, he is as MoveOn.org is doing, playing fast and very loose with the facts. He is repeating the same charges that have been proven false. Today's Opinion Journal weave together the threads and shows us that much more likely than not, Iraq had connections with al-Qaeda. AlGorebot ignores the evidence that shows this. The Left is also repeating the charge that there are no WMDs in Iraq. I guess they don't think sarin gas, which can kill in about 10 minutes, is a WMD. They also trumpet that David Kay said there were no stock piles of WMDs. They just leave out the fact that David Kay has cited numerous examples of UN violations and he has defended the liberation of Iraq. AlGorebot called for the resignation of several Bush Administration officials. The Nest has a long memory, but not a perfect one, so we may have missed AlGorebot calling for the resignation of officials in the Clinton Administration after


All of this begs the question, what would AlGorebot have done after 9/11? The question is academic, and thankfully, America was not put into the position having that question answered. I believe that AlGorebot would have filed papers for an arrest warrant in NY's Federal Court, and Usama bin Ladin would still be running things in Afghanistan. I remember reading on MSNBC.com after 9/11 that several AlGorebot programmers admitted privately that they were glad that Bush was in charge after 9/11 because AlGorebot would have left the same Clinton staffers in security positions who were ambivalent to American security.

Above, I mentioned that MoveOn.org played fast and very loose with the facts. They are running a commercial that shows the Statue of Liberty, at first the base, and then moves up to show her head covered with a black sack. The narrator talks about how we were told that we went into Iraq to spread democracy, etc. but being MoveOn.org they are only saying this to get attention to the money line, "It has been reported that Donald Rumsfeld initiated a plan that authorized the [abuses at Abu Ghraib]." Reported by whom? We all know Indymedia, DU, and MoveOn.org are not credible media sources. If this was a responsible ad, it would cite who reported this, and when. Whenever a political add cites a quote, they name the newspaper and the date of the quote. MoveOn.org's ad cannot do that however because the only people who believe that some abuses that happened between 2 and 4 in the morning would be systematic. As usual, it is the Left who is playing politics with our national security.

War For Oil Update 435 days after the start of the War For Oil, gas prices remain high.

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Wednesday, May 26, 2004

The Game of Politics 

Congress is no longer involved in the business of government. They are playing a game with the people of America. The object of the game? Take all the power away from the individual, and keep it for themselves without us knowing about it. People love to talk about the corruption money brings into politics. So, in a typical congressional knee-jerk reaction, the McCain-Feingold incumbancy protection bill is passed. It didn't take money out of politics, it appears to do that, but leaves in enough loop holes that the peasants of America think it does. The thing that it does effectively though, is that it takes free speech out political races. It completely outlaws issue advocacy groups while leaving nonpartisan groups the ability to air false adds on TV i.e. MoveOn.org. Money not in politics. Don't make me laugh. Barry Goldwater said it best in his autobiography where he says that congress people are always running for reelection. We see that now in all the fake outrage expressed during committee "hearings" where the speaker goes off four and half minutes on a soliloquy and then asks a completely asinine question. What's the point of these hearings? Face time on camera. If a congress person is on camera, then they are obviously doing something right? There are two ways in which to make our government "a government for the people, by the people and of he people." Sen. Zell Miller (D GA) proposed one thing to end the power of Senators who spend too much time wasting taxpayer money and that would be to get rid of the 17th amendment. Instead of having senators pander and then pretend to look out for us peasants who do not have the same power we do, they should be appointed by state legislators to look out for the interests of the states as was originally intended. If Senators are not constantly campaigning for reelection, they won't have to pander to the electorate and they can conduct the business of the government. The other thing, is to amend the Constitution to institute term limits into the House. I personally would say eight years, mainly because of the president also serving eight years. Another, more practical reason for an eight year limited would be that if Representatives only served one term, they House would not have any continuousy to it, and too much time would be spent every knew Congressional session setting the House up to conduct the government business.
Too many politicians decry the money given to them by special interests, while taking as much of it as they can. As the McCain-Feingold incumbancy protection act proves to us, Congress will write loopholes into laws it passes that are supposed to limit its power, but are in reality are only used for show. They real way to take corruption out of politics? Give power back to the people, don't take it away from us.

War For Oil Update 433 days after the start of the War For Oil, the cheap oil from Iraq that Haliburton took us to war for has yet to reach America.
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Saturday, May 22, 2004

Our Failed Education System 

I was out jogging last week, and I saw some high school kid walk by wearing a Che Guvera shirt. Only in AmeriKKKa can a president who liberated 50 million people from brutal, murderous, repressive tyrannies be reviled and mass murderers such as Pol Pot, Mao, Kim Jong-Il, Fidel Castro, Uncle" Joe Stalin, Saddam Hussein, and Che Guvera be revered. It got me to thinking, why does this happen? One has to look at two places, pop culture coming out of Hollywierd and our education system. Everyone knows that there is a vast culture of anti-AmeriKKKanism that comes out of Hollywierd, and other websites have focused on it. My concern is out education system, and I have come up with a theory on why this is so.
I see the main focus of this coming mostly from high school and colleges. There are occasional reports of idiocy that come from middle schools and elementaries, but for the most part it comes out when kids tend to be older and more politically aware. My theory shows that there are primarily two types of teachers, the vast majority are the indoctrinateors, but there remain a few lone holdouts that are educators.
The indoctrinateors are the ones who are responsible for people who walk around wearing Che Guvera shirts. They are the ones who think that Pres. B is a war criminal, but the mass murderers of the world are great men (see above for list of murderers). They are the ones who think that in spite of all evidence communism works. I mean why not, communism works in Cuba, they have cradle to grave health care. Never mind that our health care system is billions times better. They think that income redistribution and "social justice" are the best economic systems to go by. Never mind the evidence that the poorest countries in the world are communist nations, i.e. Cuba, North Korea (I hesitate to put China in the Communist category because it is more a capitalist country run by communists). The indoctrinateors are the type of teachers who want to tell students what to think not to teach them how to think for themselves and to make their own decisions.
Which brings me to the educators. The educators are the teachers who want students to learn to think for themselves, not to force feed them dogma and tell them how to think. The educators are the ones who will teach both sides of an issue in a non-biased way and allow for students to make their own decisions. I see one of the major reasons that educators are a dying breed in education is (and in the interest of self disclosure, I am anti-union) is the NEA. The NEA is part of the liberal (mainstream) part of the Democrat party, the section of the party that hates AmeriKKKa, and all that it stands for. I had planned on teaching as a career, and still want to, but I don't think that I could slog my way through the piles of BS put in front of me by the NEA. Just to use a random example of the NEA's BS, on the anniversary of 9\11, National Review had an example of lesson plans from the NEA, and the main focus of those lesson plans was not the murder of 3,000 people who went to work like any other, but how AmeriKKKa is such an evil intolerant place. The educator in me says, I saw it happen. The human in me cringes and asks why do these people in me live in America if they hate it so much? The logical answer is that most of these people who hate AmeriKKKa were indoctrinated in college, and were taught to provide a specific response to a specific question. If our education system is to ever improve, we most encourage people to teach who want to educate, and clean the educational system of those who want to indoctrinate.

War For Oil Update 429 days after the start of the War For Oil, there continues to be talk about OPEC increasing oil production, but no action has been taken yet.
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Wednesday, May 19, 2004

WMDs? Where? 

Last night on the Fox Report, Shep Smith corrected the original report of the artillery shell with sarin gas. The original report stated that there were only trace amounts in it. The correction, there were 3-5 liters of sarin gas in it. Where's the media? WMDs found in Iraq. This comes back to hat David Kay said, but was not reported in the Leftstream media. Iraq was more dangerous than anyone realized because of weapon stockpiles across the country, without any centralized control. As I've said before though, the media in not interested in the truth, but they are just another appendage of the DNC.


The media is doing the same thing with the WMDs find that they're doing with Nick Berg. They want us to forget about them. The Detroit Free Press had an article about it yesterday, along with an article about how Iraqi defectors lied about WMDs. So, WMDs are found, but people who reported that Iraq had WMDs are liars? I'm confused. Today, nothing about the WMD find. Liberal/Fascist dogma, repeat a lie often enough and it becomes the truth. The media lies to us through omission. They want us to forget why we are fighting. Reason one was shown with Nick Berg's murder, the religion of peace murder, celebrates murder of innocents. The Abu Ghraib abuses where just a convenient excuse. They did the same thing to Wall Street Journal reporter Danny Pearl. Reason the second was WMDs, and they have been found, the infrastructure has been found, evidence of movement has been found. The media doesn't want us to know this though because they are against the war and against Pres. B.

UNSCUM BloodOil-for-Money Update The UN knew about the corruption in the program.

War For Oil Update 425 days after the start of the War For Oil, oil prices remain high, although they might fall during summer vacation.
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Thursday, May 13, 2004

Where is the Outrage pt 2 

The murder of Nick Berg lasted one day in one of my hometown papers, The Detroit Free Press. Today, it was sent to the letters to the editor page. Nothing of the story beyond the yesterday's story. What was so freaking outrageous from yesterday was that like all good I hate AmeriKKKa media, they morally equivocate the brutal beheading of an AmeriKKKan Joooooooo with a few naked pictures of prisoners. Where. Is. The. Outrage. From. The. Left?

Strong rant follows.

The NY Times felt that some naked pictures were a bigger story than the beheading of an AmeriKKKan. All the news that's fit to print? No, Fifth Column. There is no equivocation. I was looking at the names of the people who wrote letters to the editor today, and there were no Arabic names. They're probably more concerned with making sure that mosques can broadcasts calls to prayer in the tradtionally Polish-Catholic city of Hamtramick. Dearborn, MI has the highest concentration of Arabs outside the Middle East. Why aren't there any imans condemning this brutal murder of an AmerKKKan? Simply because there people who are responsible for this murder are mainstream Islam. Islam is the only religion to encourage murder. How many Arabic nations condemned this murder in their own language? None. The Left wants to pretend it didn't happen, because it will strengthen resolve to finish the job. And for the ones who don't completely ignore it, will act as useful idiots is morally equivocating this with Abu Ghraib. The only thing is, there are no Americans dancing in the streets celebrating the abuses in Abu Ghraib, we are condemning it. I guess that's because we live about 1200 years into the future of Islam. It's time we get Dresden all over their asses.

War For Oil Update 419 days after the start of the War For Oil, gas prices remain high.
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Tuesday, May 11, 2004

Posting is going to be a bit sporadic. My lack of employment caused me to lose my ISP, and I'm left relying on the library.

I'm glad the state forced me to join the Teamsters(/ sarcasm), they showed my what scum they truly were when my work productivity began to suffer because of depression. Apparently, when one is employed in an unskilled position, the Teamsters would rather find someone else's paycheck to leach from rather than earn money.

War For Oil Update There is more talk from Saudi Arabia that oil production may be increased. I think we should have just taken Saudi Arabia's oil when we were there instead of invading Iraq for their oil.


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Monday, May 10, 2004

Winning the White House or Iraq? 

What is the Left more interested in winning, the White House or Iraq? When one listens to their rhetoric, especially that coming from Sen. Ted Kennedy (D Wino Alley), Sen. Bobby "Sheets" Byrd (D KKK), Rep. Charlie Rangel (D is for dumbass), is drawing up articles of impeachment, and the comments made by Jean F'ing Ketchup, it becomes clear the Left would rather sit in the White House than win the war in Iraq. I got this from Newsmax.com yesterday. Consider,
A gentleman from Virginia, proud parent of a decorated Army officer serving in Iraq, writes to us, "I am so fed up with the anti-American propaganda coming from some Americans that I wrote the open letter below. I will appreciate it very much if you include it": [text of letter follows]

An open letter to some political partisans, especially certain politicians and people in the media: I have a son who is an American soldier in Iraq.

I care very much about what affects him and his comrades in arms.

I am not fooled, when you partisans spew propaganda that helps our enemies and harms our soldiers, then tell us you support our troops.

I am not fooled, when you focus on, highlight, and exaggerate the negative things that happen in Iraq, while ignoring our positive accomplishments, then tell us you support our troops.

I am not fooled, when you focus attention on American soldiers killed and wounded in Iraq, to use these brave patriots as an anti-Iraq-war political football, then tell us you support our troops.

I am not fooled, when you keep criticizing why and how we invaded Iraq - that is done; our troops are there - then tell us you support our troops.

I am not fooled, when you engage in constant, carping criticism of what the U.S. has done and is doing in Iraq, then tell us you support our troops.

I am not fooled, when you search for and trumpet to the world anything that will diminish respect for our soldiers and their leaders - even when it endangers greatly their lives, then tell us you support our troops.

I am not fooled, when you tell our soldiers and the rest of us that they are stuck in a "quagmire" and will suffer a Vietnam-type defeat, then tell us you support our troops.

I am not fooled, when you spout propaganda that undermines the morale of our soldiers and the American public and boosts the morale of our enemies, then tell us you support our troops.

You are giving aid and comfort to our nation's deadly enemies! They know they cannot defeat us militarily in Iraq. However, you cause them to think they can win here politically by breaking our will, if they kill and wound enough of our soldiers.

You despicable partisans! You are stimulating our enemies to attack our soldiers and the people working with them. The blood of many Americans and Iraqis is already on your hands. And your hands collect more blood every day!

You are determined to regain the political power you have lost, and you believe your presidential candidate and congressional candidates will win, if the U.S. fails in Iraq.

If your anti-American propaganda contributes to the deaths of many Americans and Iraqis, that is a price you are willing to make them pay. You are pathetic and dangerous!

I am not fooled, when you contemptible politicians and other political partisans, including many in the media, tell us you support our troops. I know that is a lie!

I am not fooled, when you claim spreading your pernicious, divisive, anti-American venom makes you patriotic. I know it does not - and I know you are not!

The Left has to tell us how they support our troops because it is not evident. I'll say it again, they would rather win the White House than the War on Terror. Why? Power. They are out of power, and want it back. The Left is using fake outrage over the Abu Ghraib prison, do they have the same outrage for other human rights abuses? No. The Left thinks the UN will give us credibility in Iraq while forgetting the BloodOil-for-Money scandal. They play politics with the lives of our troops. If that's not a complete outrage, then I don't know what is.

War For Oil Update 416 days after the start of the War for Oil, there is talk that OPEC might raise oil production. In other oil news, Iraq has surpassed pre-war oil output levels, but that cheap oil has yet to reach us.
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