Thursday, September 30, 2004

Debate part one.

The debate has been analyzed every which way, and all I can say is that it was a "tie" at best.
With the exception of the comment's Kerry made regarding Iraq and North Korea.

From what I understood, John Kerry wants a unilateral delegation to deal with Iraq but wants to have bilateral talks with North Korea... Huh?

Kerry's strong point, he was in Vietnam.
President Bush's strong point, mostly everything else, but I admire his stance on Iraq. Could things have been handled diffrently, sure could, but at least he is steadfast and determined to finish the job, something that Kerry looks like he just's wants to cut and run.
Kinda like Hanoi.... (Once a loser always a loser)

Update: Thanks to Right Moment for mentioning me and the "free cat" pic. Go visit his blog.


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  • Wednesday, September 29, 2004

    Have you been injured?

    When John Edwards is not chasing ambulances, he is saying stupid shit like this.

    Vice presidential candidate John Edwards said Wednesday that the Bush administration had left the U.S. more vulnerable to a nuclear attack by terrorists
    This is what happens when you start listening to Teddy Kennedy.
    Asked if he agreed with Sen. Ted Kennedy, who accused the White House on Monday of leaving America vulnerable to a terrorist nuclear strike, Edwards told radio host Don Imus: "I do"
    You have to hold on one second though, because in true Kerry/Edwards fashion, there is the, "Waffle factor."
    Moments later, however, Edwards began backpedaling on his agreement with Sen. Kennedy, making the astonishing admission that he had no idea what Kennedy had said.
    My head hurts.
    Read more at newsmax


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  • Kerry - "I had one of those inarticulate moments."

    His whole fucking campagin is an "inarticulate moment"

    WASHINGTON (AP) -- On the eve of a foreign policy debate with President Bush, Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry said in an interview that his explanation of why he voted in favor of additional funding for the war in Iraq before voting against it was "one of those inarticulate moments" in the campaign
    So I guess what he is trying to say is that, he is an Idiot, that makes no sense and can not take a firm stance on an important issue like national security.
    Kerry ultimately voted against providing $87 billion for military operations and aid in Iraq and Afghanistan. Although he initially supported the appropriation when it was to be funded at least in part by rolling back tax cuts for those with the highest incomes, Kerry said he ended up voting against the final version of the bill in the Senate as a protest over its funding, which included no-bid contracts.
    Ohh.. Big bad Halburton rears it's ugly head again, because you know employees risking their lives to transform Iraq is a partisan issue and Kerry didn't get his 'cut'.
    Kerry rejected Bush's assertion that he would prefer that Saddam Hussein still be in power in Iraq
    Yea, cause we would have to send that invisible army there to fight Saddam and oust him from power because even though in the words of John Kerry himself,"If Saddam Hussein is unwilling to bend to the international community's already existing order, then he will have invited enforcement, even if that enforcement is mostly at the hands of the United States, a right we retain even if the Security Council fails to act."

    The more Kerry talks, the easier it is to re-elect our President.

    Read more from the New York Post.


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  • New York Times warned an alleged terror-funding Islamic charity that the FBI was about to raid its office

    The New York Times helping terrorists... go figure.

    September 29, 2004 -- The Justice Department has charged that a veteran New York Times foreign correspondent warned an alleged terror-funding Islamic charity that the FBI was about to raid its office — potentially endangering the lives of federal agents.
    Read more, or less, or as much as your little heart desires.


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  • Iraq Marine: Troops 'Terrified' of a Kerry Presidency

    Funny thing... so am I.

    U.S. troops on the ground in Iraq are "terrified" at the prospect that Americans back home might elect John Kerry president, a Marine and Iraq veteran who is on his way back to the front lines said Monday.

    Asked how Kerry's election would affect troop morale in the combat zone, Lance Cpl. Lawrence Romack told KWEL Midland, Texas, radio host Craig Anderson, "It would destroy it."
    Read more from Newsmax.


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  • Tuesday, September 28, 2004

    In the "How the fuck do you walk with them huge balls" department.

    WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Attorneys for John Walker Lindh, who pleaded guilty in July 2002 to a charge of aiding the Taliban, are asking President Bush to reduce his 20-year prison sentence.
    Read why CNN thinks this fine upstanding young man should go home.


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  • Now this is just plain silly.


    Update: Free cat


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  • G.I. boom, boom... Me love you long time...

    U.S. troops stationed in Germany are up in arms over a Pentagon proposal to make hiring a hooker punishable by dishonorable discharge and up to a year behind bars.
    That's just not right, we are talking about young brave men, who at any given moment are thrust into battle. The least we could give them is a little nookie, nookie.
    Although the policy would apply worldwide, soldiers serving in Germany note that prostitution is legal there.
    What goes better with brats and a heineiken, yes, some big breasted german woman willing to put out, for a small nominal fee.
    Airman 1st Class Gerard Garcia said the new proposal borders on cruel and unusual punishment.

    "We have men who have been away from women and, of course, hormones have built up, especially in the single soldiers," he said. "I don't know what's going to happen, but I know it's not going to work from a psychological point of view."
    We can send young men out to defend our freedoms, and all he want's in return is a little loving, then so be it.

    We are at war people, there are alot more pressing issues that the Pentagon should be dealing with.

    Read, Me so horny...


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  • Monday, September 27, 2004

    Springsteen loves Maureen Dowd's hairy ass.

    He hasn't written a decent song since 1986. He found out a long time ago that it's hard to sing about the downtrodden working man from his mansion in Rumson, New Jersey, but he still want's to play that, "lookie at me, I'm wearing faded blue jeans" act that has gotten old so long ago.

    In a wide ranging interview in the just-published Oct. 14 issue of Rolling Stone, Springsteen says, "The press has let the country down. It's taken a very amoral stand, in that essential issues are often portrayed as simply one side says this and the other side says that....The job of the press is to tell the truth without fear or favor. We have to get back to that standard."

    Most of his criticism, however, is aimed at TV coverage, and he reveals that as "a dedicated" New York Times reader he has gained "enormous sustenance" from columnists Maureen Dowd and Paul Krugman.
    You know, the amoral news coverage that tried to pass forged documents off as a breaking news story. The same amoral news orginazations that call terrorists, "insurgents" and Palestine splodedopes, "rebels".
    He also knocks the media for allowing the White House to get away with the "disgraceful" policy of refusing "to allow photographs of the flag-draped coffins of the returning dead."
    Because you know if his big nosed fucked up backup singer of a wife ever dropped dead, he would love to have her coffin plastered all over the evening news, but I can guarantee you if it can be exploited he would write a shitty song about it.

    Read more here.


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  • I opened my mail this evening

    And there it was.


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  • Would someone tell him to shut the fuck up.

    WASHINGTON — Former President Jimmy Carter says that despite changes designed to eliminate voting problems in Florida — where the disputed 2000 presidential election was decided by only a few hundred votes — conditions for a fair election in that state still don't exist.
    Unless Kerry somehow wins Florida, then everything will be ok. This is coming from a man that lost 489-49. So there was no need for a re-count.

    Read this.


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  • President Bush had a secret plan that would hurt milk producers

    Like a true moonbat, tin-foil wearing, stilt walking, street theater loon. John Kerry alleges that our President has a "secret" plan to destroy milk production in the midwest.

    Kerry tried to convince voters in this rural community, where he is practicing for Thursday's debate, that he would look out for dairy farms here even though he hadn't always in the past.

    John Kerry told voters in America's Dairyland on Monday that President Bush had a secret plan that would hurt milk producers after the election.
    I guess we should mention this.
    In the 1990s, Kerry supported the Northeast Dairy Compact, a regional pricing program that propped up prices for Northeastern dairy farmers over objections of their Midwestern counterparts.
    OH, yeah... that... um.. Oppps.

    Read more here... mooo!!!


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  • Saturday, September 25, 2004

    More from Opie And Anthony

    As most of you know, I am a big fan of Opie and Anthony.

    They were 2 New York radio hosts, their contract was cancelled on 8/22/02 after an incident at St. Patricks.

    Last night they were on the Sean Hannity show discussing the St Pats show and their new future on XM radio.

    This is a zip file approx. 5mb.

    Thanks to the people at


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  • Happy Anniversary!

    I just want to tell the love of my life, as we celebrate 4 years as husband and wife.

    I love you with all my heart.

    Happy Anniversary sweetheart.


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  • Friday, September 24, 2004

    Iraqi big's message to Congress: 'Thank you, America'

    WASHINGTON — Offering a simple, “Thank you America,” Iraqi interim prime minister Ayad Allawi declared Thursday that his country is moving successfully past the war that ousted Saddam Hussein and vowed that elections will take place next year as scheduled.
    Freedom Baby... Freedom.

    Read the NY Daily News.


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  • Thursday, September 23, 2004

    Wonder who said this?

    John Kerry on Terrorism

    - I think there has been an exaggeration of the terrorist threat.

    Yeah, they only attacked us once, whats the big fat hairy deal.

    John Kerry on the Second Amendment.

    - I would rather be the candidate of the NAACP than the NRA.

    We all saw the picture of you holding a rifle, thats ok the NAACP can keep you

    John Kerry on music

    - I'm fascinated by rap and by hip-hop. I think there's a lot of poetry in it. There's a lot of anger, a lot of social energy in it. And I think you'd better listen to it pretty carefully, 'cause it's important.

    Everytime I hear, "The Thong Song" I think about it's social significance.

    John Kerry on race relations.

    - President Clinton was often known as the first black president. I wouldn't be upset if I could earn the right to be the second.

    Yeah, ok just don't tell Teresa or the people at her country club that she or you is part eggplant. Kerry likes the blacks, untill one of them tries to date his daughter.

    John Kerry on the war in Iraq.

    - I will be voting to give the President of the United States the authority to use force if necessary to disarm Saddam Hussein because I believe that a deadly arsenal of weapons of mass destruction in his hands is a real and grave threat to our security

    - I actually did vote for the $87 billion before I voted against it.

    John Kerry on Vietnam

    - The race for the White House should be about leadership, and leadership requires that one help heal the wounds of Vietnam.

    And he begins the healing with comments like this:

    - We were sent to Vietnam to kill Communism. But we found instead that we were killing women and children.

    - There are all kinds of atrocities, and I would have to say that, yes, yes, I committed the same kind of atrocities as thousands of other soldiers have committed in that I took part in shootings in free fire zones. I conducted harassment and interdiction fire.

    Read more wackyness from John Kerry.


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  • Now, This is fucking desprate.

    September 23, 2004 -- WASHINGTON — Sen. John Kerry hinted to Florida voters that a draft may be on the horizon if President Bush is re-elected.

    Maybe fuckwad and his band of ambulance chasers smoked a little too much Hooka after listening to their Phish CD’S. Or maybe he is really is a fucking idiot. You decide.

    Go here, and tell them a Hooka smoking caterpiller has given you the call.

    Read the lyrics to "White Rabbit" here.


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  • Did Terrorists Benefit From Oil-for-Food?

    NEW YORK — Investigators into the Oil-for-Food scandal at the United Nations are exploring a chilling possibility, that the U.N. humanitarian program may have funded terrorists — including possibly Al Qaeda.

    Investigations have shown that the former Iraqi dictator grafted and smuggled more than $10 billion from the program that for seven years prior to Saddam's overthrow was meant to bring humanitarian aid to ordinary Iraqis

    Read Part one here.

    Read the Saddam, UN, Al-Qaeda link here.


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  • New Yorkers were generally forgiving of Dan Rather

    With gems like this, why wouldn't you want John Kerry to be our president.

    "Everything they said about Bush is true; they just haven't found the evidence yet." - Dale Channer, 34, florist, the Bronx.
    You know what, it's late. I will let the rest of you insert your own joke here.

    The New York Daily News has more charming idiot New Yorkers.


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  • This is what its like to be in P.C. Hell.

    Washington High School in Princess Anne, Maryland is having their annual class reunion. This year’s theme, “A Grand Homecoming.”

    The ballroom is decorated with floor-to-ceiling paintings of shiny soda fountains, classic cars and the old store windows downtown. A stoop juts out from a rendering of the high school facade, so graduates can sit and talk.

    The reunion Saturday is only for those who graduated from Washington High School from the 1940s, '50s and '60s The event draws about 700 alumni. It is independently organized and is not affiliated with the public school.
    On the outside this looks like your traditional High School gathering, I have gone to a few since I left High School in 1986, and to be honest, they are the most boring useless events ever created.

    The concept is to meet and greet, make fun of the “popular” kids because most of them have some menial jobs and to get drunk, but it is really all about the school begging for money, for a new gym floor, new computers, or whatever.

    So you ask yourself, well why the hell is the NAACP all up in arms about this particular event. Aren’t there better things for them to do, like maybe contribute to the Kerry election campaign.

    Hey! “My bush is smarter than your Bush” bumper stickers aren’t cheap you know.
    Some black leaders say the reunion is sad and painful evidence that 50 years after the U.S. Supreme Court outlawed school segregation; some things have not changed all that much in this community on the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay.
    "We're still a divided county," said Kirkland Hall, a former president of the county's NAACP chapter
    There were no black graduates of this school between 1940-1970 so they are upset because there will not be any black people attending this reunion?

    The NAACP is fucking ridiculous!

    Read more here.


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  • Cat Stevens is not allowed in the U.S.

    And it wasn't because his music sucks either...

    WASHINGTON — The singer formerly known as Cat Stevens is forbidden from flying into the United States because of his alleged association with possible terrorists.
    I still think it's because "Wild World" was a shit song, but if you stop allowing people in this country because of their shitty music, where the hell are all the Canadian musicians going to go?


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  • Tuesday, September 21, 2004

    Pathetic lesbians

    Little Yovani Matos' corpse was a road map of pain. His liver had been torn. His intestines, damaged. His left leg was deformed, a bone sliced in half by a powerful blow, authorities said. When he was found Sunday in a Harlem apartment, the little boy, not yet 2, had 60 bruises all over his tiny body.
    Beating a 2 year old is sick and depraved, but the rest is just sad.
    The boy's 20-year-old mother and her lesbian lover were charged yesterday with Yovani's murder - and initially told cops they beat the toddler to break a demonic "spell."
    I bet you thought being a lesbian was all pussy eating, strapon's and protest marches, you were so wrong.
    They confessed to often unleashing their rage on the helpless child - punching, slapping and lashing him with a belt, sources said. Much of the abuse came as the boy struggled with his potty training, sources said.
    Rage, what rage I keep hearing that being a lesbian is to be free of rage and it's all sunflowers, Yanni CD's and a good bottle of Merlot. So these two man hating dykes beat this poor child because he was... Being a fucking 2 year old...
    After a night of questioning, tears and confession, Matos and Molina stepped out of the 26th Precinct stationhouse yesterday in handcuffs, headed to court to face murder and reckless endangerment charges.

    I would hate to think that somewhere in their house is a "My bush is smarter than your bush" bumper sticker.

    Read, When lesbians attack, in the NY Daily News.


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  • Bush to U.N - Suck My Dick

    UNITED NATIONS — President Bush defended his decision to invade Iraq in a speech on Tuesday to the United Nations, urging the world community to turn its attention to the fighting the war on terrorism and humanitarian concerns.
    Come on you want Our President to give U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan a big shut the fuck up.
    He urged the world community to “fight radicalism and terror with justice and dignity.” Bush said that terrorists believe that “suicide and murder are justified ...And they act on their beliefs.” And he cited recent terror acts, including the death of children in their Russian school house.
    The UN is about as usefull as a second asshole.
    Bush’s speech, lasting just under 20 minutes, included an appeal for more humanitarian involvement, ranging from helping to end the bloody conflict in Sudan to fighting AIDS in Africa.
    Why, Was Bonno there?
    Bush’s remarks drew applause only once — at the end of his speech.
    Fuck em'

    Read more about George W. at the U.N.


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  • Monday, September 20, 2004

    The MooreRon Speaks.

    "Look at us -- what a bunch of crybabies. Bush gets a bounce after his convention and you would have thought the Germans had run through Poland again. The Bushies are coming, the Bushies are coming! Yes, they caught Kerry asleep on the Swift Boat thing. Yes, they found the frequency in Dan Rather and ran with it. Suddenly it's like, "THE END IS NEAR! THE SKY IS FALLING!"

    "If I hear one more person tell me how lousy a candidate Kerry is and how he can't win... Dammit, of COURSE he's a lousy candidate, he's a Democrat, for heavens sake! That party is so pathetic, they even lose the elections they win!"
    Is this supposed to rile up the troops?

    Want to read more of his insane babblings, go here. (and wear your best tin-foil hat)


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  • Homer Simpson On Dan Rather.

    Homer Simpson has released this statement regarding Dan Rather and CBS news.

    Listen To Homer's comments here.

    "Fake but accurate I say"


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  • Cops Hunt Man Suspected of Threatening President

    Breaking news concerning President Bush's visit to New York. Eyewitness News is told that there has been a credible threat against the president Monday.
    Police are looking for this man,said to be driving a blue 1997 Toyota sedan with a New York license plate: BRF-6546

    If you see this person, tell him you liked "Cape Fear" and he is one crazy motherfucker.

    Read more at ABC news.


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  • Another beheading video

    Fucking scumbags, I am beyond words. I have taken the Michelle approach. As I also refuse to provide a link this video.

    I know there are arguments on both sides on why it should or should not be viewed, I just think that there is enough evil in this world and if you have that much of a hard on to see it, then good hunting.


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  • I believe I can fly...

    I love when shit like this happens:

    A suspected drug dealer plummeted to his death from a five-story building yesterday after leading cops on a frantic chase across rooftops in The Bronx, police said.

    Jack Walker, 27, held a 40-foot lead on the detectives as he leaped from roof to roof, police and witnesses said. But he misjudged the six-foot gap between 1386 and 1390 Ogden Ave., landed face first in the courtyard around, and died instantly, police said
    Now for some, on the street commentary:
    One neighbor said the gap between the two buildings was "jump-able,"
    As another neighbor comments:
    Friends and relatives angrily disputed the police account of the incident, some alleging cops pushed Walker over the edge.
    Look I know New York City cops, they are to fucking lazy to pick someone up and fling him off the side of a roof, because all that realy is, is more paperwork and cops hate paperwork.


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  • Added XML newsreader feed.

    For anyone that is interested, I have added a newsreader feed button.


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  • Kerry loves the Red Sox.

    John Kerry, who's been touting his love of the Red Sox as he campaigns for the presidency: Get your facts straight.

    Kerry got mixed up recently when he told ESPN his favorite Red Sox slugger was "Manny Ortez," apparently confusing Manny Ramirez with David Ortiz.

    The Democratic contender also said Eddie Yost topped his list of all-time Red Sox greats.
    Thats good, there is just one little problem Eddie Yost never played for Boston.

    See Eddie Yost's stats here.

    Read the story In the NY Post.

    Update: Thanks to Astro for pointing out just how big a sports fan Kerry is. (Go visit his blog)
    Visit Football fans for truth
    and yes, John Kerry does throw like a girl.


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  • Friday, September 17, 2004

    It Takes A Real Man To Make A 3 Year Old Cry.

    Three-year-old Sophia Parlock cries while seated on the shoulders of her father, Phil Parlock, after having their Bush-Cheney sign torn up by Kerry-Edwards supporters on Thursday, Sept. 16, 2004, at the Tri-State Airport in Huntington, W.Va. Democratic vice presidential candidate John Edwards made a brief stop at the airport as he concluded his two-day bus tour to locations in West Virginia and Ohio.
    It figures it would take DNC Union fucks to pull such a cowardly stunt.
    Nice has thrown down the gauntlet.

    Update: "Signgate" is making its way around the blogsphere, I just wanted to add this picture. Look at the KerryMoron in the back, not only are Kerry supporters thugs, they are fucking idiots, How about not holding the sign upside down ass clown.

    Update: The General President of IUPAT has issued this statement.

    The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades believes in the
    fundamental right for civil discourse, freedom of speech and activism to support
    our candidates and issues.

    What happened in Huntington, West Virginia yesterday is an affront to everything we, as a union, pride ourselves to represent.

    We extend our apologies to the Parlock family, especially Sophia, for the distress
    one of our overzealous members caused them.

    I have personally taken steps to address this issue internally, and will take immediate disciplinary action to the full extent allowed under U.S. Department of Labor regulations and the constitution of the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades.

    It is my hope that this incident reminds all of our members that every last citizen in
    this country has the right to express his or herself freely.

    Not one single one of us has the right to tell them otherwise.

    General President James A. Williams
    The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades

    Rule number 1 - If you have to act like a dick, don't wear the Union Label.


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  • Thursday, September 16, 2004

    National Hockey League Locks Out Players

    If no one plays a sport no one watches, does anyone notice?

    Update: Things to do in Canada when there is no Hockey to watch

    - Tell the French Canadians that they are neither French nor Canadian then proceed to beat them with sticks.

    - Learn inches and feet.

    - Realize that Canadian football is half retarded.

    - Invade Alaska with your mighty Canadian Army

    - Come to the realization that "mighty Canadian Army" is an oxymoron.

    - Watch SCTV and try to explain to everyone why they thought Eugene Levy was funny

    - Listen to Brian Adams CD's over and over again.

    - Learn how to say "about" without sounding like a jerkoff.

    - Riot, (Canadians love them a good riot)

    - Try to convince Americans that Paul Martin isn't half a fag.

    - Run PSA's on American television: No, Canadians do not look like this


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  • Rosh Hashana

    Have a happy and healthy, and party like it's 5765.


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  • I don't wear PJ's but thats just me.

    I found this in a round about way, thanks to Instapundit, The Black Republicanand Iowa Presidential


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  • Hurricane Ivan

    The Weather Channel has a poor camera man and reporter in Mobile, Alabama tonight.

    Shit is flying all over, I am just waiting for one of them to get hit with a flying stop sign.

    Update: getting hit with 60mph winds, gurgling on the water during his report, watching some transformer that blew. No flying stop signs yet.

    Update: He is transfixed with the shingles of the roof across the street from him that are blowing off, It's like watching a baby distracted with a set of keys, "ohhh!! shiny things."

    Update: He has moved on from the shingles, to the motel sign, the motel he is staying at no less, which is bending and really close to come crashing down.

    Still waiting for the stop signs.

    Update: I am wondering who he pissed off at The Weather Channel to get the shitty assignment of standing outside during a hurricane, maybe he is the one that keeps getting the in studio weather ladies pregnant.

    Yes, I watch the Weather Channel way to much, that and the Travel Channel.

    Update: Reporter is now standing next to a tree that has come crashing down on 2 cars, he is now carrying this little wind measuring do hickey and it's his new "shiny thing" , but he does explain the whole, "rain makes satelites work like shit" deal.

    Update: We have flying street sign, It looks like Telephone Lane and the Cross street begins with a "Per" our reporter is now spooked and heading for the van.

    Update: It's 3:am and they are in the eye of the storm, yes I have been watching The weather channel since 12. The reporter is now on the phone probally refusing to go outside anymore.

    Going to bed.


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  • Wednesday, September 15, 2004

    Kerry - "Unfit for command, a pack of lies - But I did Not read it."

    According to Don Imus, and MSNBC.

    IMUS: Did you read "Unfit for Command?"

    KERRY: No.

    IMUS: Did anybody on your staff?

    KERRY: I have no idea.

    IMUS: Why wouldn't you want to know what's in it? It's the No. 1 "New York Times," of course, it says nonfiction bestseller.

    KERRY: Because they have right wing people to buy them in bulk, and that's what they're doing.

    IMUS: No, I understand.

    KERRY: Look, it's a pack of lies. It's an absolute pack of lies. It's been proven to be a pack of lies, and I have no interest in reading it.

    IMUS: "Time" magazine asked you about this rough month you had in August with the swift boat ads, the convention, which you whaled on you guys, Vice President Cheney suggest that you're election would invite another terrorist strike. And you said the president is unwilling just to walk away from these various comments, makes it clear that he and the vice president will say and do anything to get elected. And my question is, didn't you already know that, that's how they are?

    KERRY: Well, it's not just that. I think it's a level of irresponsibility that is beyond anything that I've ever seen


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  • Free speech is for Liberals only

    This will blow your mind, as employees of Borders bookstores openly discuss hiding, damaging, returning, and otherwise making unavailable copies of Unfit For Command, and mock customers who ask to buy it.
    Little Green Footballs have links to Borders and their comments board.


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  • I Get It, Keep them all In one place.

    Great Adventure in Jackson Township, New Jersey is scheduled to host a "Great Muslim Adventure Day" this week in which the park will be open only to Muslims, drawing fire from various monitor groups, WorldNetDaily has learned.
    For what its worth, if you visit you can purchase $20.00 tickets to Great Adventure for Friday.

    But if hanging out with splodedopes are not your thing, you might consider contacting Great Adventure and attempt to voice your displeasure.

    An Islamic group is backing off its boast of a Muslims-only day at a popular theme park, just hours after WND brought to light plans for the "Great Muslim Adventure Day.
    Thanks to Michelle Malkin and World Net Daily for pointing this out.


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  • Tuesday, September 14, 2004

    Prez opening up lead.

    A new poll in the swing state Wisconsin shows President Bush starting to open up a lead — now 8 points — over Democrat John Kerry in a state that's a near must-win for Kerry.

    The new poll showing a Bush rise was taken right after CBS anchor Dan Rather made headlines with now-disputed documents challenging Bush's National Guard service, so it suggests that the flap isn't hurting the president.

    I am not sure who deserves the most credit, The President or CBS.

    Read more from the NY Post.


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  • Monday, September 13, 2004

    Al Aqsa Leader Killed in West Bank Strike

    YES !!!!

    In the West Bank town of Jenin, an Israeli helicopter fired a missile at a car, killing a local militant leader and two other people, Palestinian security officials and witnesses said.

    One of the dead was Mahmoud Abu Halifa, a leader of the Al Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, a violent group linked to Yasser Arafat's Fatah movement, they said. The other two were members of Al Aqsa.
    Do you know the last thing that went through Mahmoud Abu Halifa's head when the missile struck?

    His Ass !

    Rest in hell fucker.

    Read more at Fawx News.


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  • BklynGirl's comments in their entirety

    Here is an email I received from a good friend of mine, I didn't do it justice by chopping it up, so I will post it in its entirety.

    I'm not from Texas, but I'll take a bang at it (get it? bang?...never

    First off, you need to do your homework - what exactly IS an assault
    rifle? An  AK-47?  But I know of several people who (legally)I bought
    AK-47's this year. So clearly it's either (a) not an assault  weapon or
    (b) an assault weapon not actually banned by the assault weapons ban.
    Confused yet?

    Under the terms of the ban, assault weapon is a term that does not
    apply to a particular firearm (surprise!) - instead, it applies to a
    mix-and-match set of *features* for certain firearms. As an example,
    let's take an AR-15.  It was manufactured sometime after 1994.  The
    federal law covers "any  semiautomatic rifle that has an ability to
    accept a detachable magazine and has at least 2  of..." and then lists
    five options. This means you CAN own that AR-15, but it can only have
    ONE of any of the following  five features on it at one time:

    1. folding or telescoping stock
    2. pistol grip that protrudes "conspicuously" beneath the action of the
    3. bayonet mount
    4. flash suppressor or a threaded barrel "designed to accommodate a
    flash suppressor"
    5. grenade launcher

    So under the just expired Assault Weapons Ban, you could have owned an
    AR-15 with a grenade launcher and that's just fine with the government.
    So even if you're all for gun control - maybe this law wasn't what you
    thought it was, or wanted anyway huh? Maybe instead of just hearing
    "Assault Weapons Ban" and thinking "Yeah - that's what we need" you
    should have spent some time researching exactly what the law was before
    blindly supporting it. It's like all those idiot Congresspeople - "Yes
    I voted for the Patriot Act. No I didn't actually READ the whole thing
    - did you see the size of that thing?" People, I beg you - Don't rely
    on the "experts" on NPR and CNN (or even Fox News for those of you on
    the Right) to tell you what to think - research it and think for
    yourself - PLEASE. (But I digress. Sorry - that's a different rant
    for another day)

    Okay, back to your original question. Not to be too contentious, but I
    find that the question - Why do you need to own an assault rifle
    anyway? - really, really obnoxious. Hello - we live in America. The
    great thing about America is, you don't need a valid reason to own
    guns, any more than you need a valid reason to speak your mind, run
    your own newspaper, assemble in a public place,  have the assurance of
    being secure in your possessions... you get where this is heading,
    right? Good - let's move on then.

    It's funny that usually, but not always, the question seems to come
    from someone who thinks the government should stay out of their
    business in most things. Like legalizing marijuania is okay because,
    hey, maybe they'd like to smoke a little pot on the weekends and who
    does that really hurt right? Or maybe it's someone who supports gay
    marriage because they (or someone they know) is gay and anyway, why
    does the government need to get involved in a private matter anyway
    right? So they'll call on those old libertarian principles of 'as long
    as I dont hurt anyone what does it matter if I... (do drugs/have gay
    sex/etc)'. But apparently we need to get the government involved with
    people who legally obtain weapons and use them in a lawful, responsible
    manner. Why is that?

    So you explain all that to them and almost every single time the person
    will give you some variation on "I really know nothing about guns
    except 'they scare me' and people can get killed and Why do you need
    one anyway?" Sorry - that's just not a good enough reason people.
    Fortunately, most of our laws are not predicated on fear of inanimate
    objects. Especially when those fears are based on an individuals
    ignorance and overexposure to 'NYPD Blue' and CNN.

    So the point is, theres no legitimate reason for me not to own an
    assault rifle. I'm not a criminal and I have no plans to shoot up a
    post office or a school. If I owned guns (which I cannot - because I
    live in the Socialist state of NYC), I would be responsible - follow
    all laws and gun safety rules. Your friendly government agent would
    send me through an 'instant' background check to own it - which would
    show that I'm a tax-paying, law-abiding citizen in full posession of
    her faculties (believe it or not) so why shouldn't I own it? And why
    isn't THAT the question we're all asking? What else in this country do
    we have to justify by explaining "why" we want it or more specifically
    "need" it. Do you "need" a Hummer, Veruka? I know you "want" one.
    But considering your lifestyle & job, wouldn't a small compact car that
    won't waste "precious oil resources" do just as well for what you do?
    Cleaner air is good for all of us right? Yes. But no one seriously
    considers making the case for a law against you owning a Hummer.

    But you say that you still want some reasons? Okay, fine. How about

    - They're fun to shoot (Yes, yes - at a range in a legal, responsible

    - They're the last word in personal defense. Let's face it - if you
    come in my home uninvited and I shoot you in the face, does it really
    matter to you which gun I use?

    - They keep government from getting too cocky - don't kid yourselves
    people, government is a many-headed monster which can all too quickly
    become corrupt and out of control. That's why our very smart
    forefathers wrote the Constitution (including the 2nd Amendment). It's
    worked very well so far - so leave it alone.

    One more thing - Every now and then I see some talking head, saying
    they're an expert, saying that because of the "potential for abuse",
    guns must be taken out of our hands. Oh, okay - let's explore that to
    it's natural conclusion... So if you live in an area where the speed
    limit is 55 mph the government should force you to exchange your car
    for one that won't go faster than 55, right? Because we can't trust
    you to actually use the car in a responsible, legal manner if you have
    the "potential for abuse". If we can save one innocent person from an
    accident because someone else was speeding along the highway at 85 mph,
    then it's worth it to get rid of all the cars that will go faster than
    the legal limit. Think of the chillllddrreennn (/whine).

    Seriously though, the bottom line is that assault rifles WILL get into
    the hands of people who will use them for bad (evil, in some cases).
    I'm sorry - but that is true. But it is true with or without this
    Assault Weapon Ban. This ban only affect people who obey the law
    anyway. And thus they make it harder for the law-abiding folks to
    defend themselves against those people who don't obey the law.

    I won't quote any statistics here (because usually I don't like them -
    they can be manipulated too easily by either side of an argument), but
    the facts that are out there support the idea that (a) the Assault
    Weapons Ban had no significant downward impact on gun crimes and (b)
    these so-called assault weapons weren't even being used in those gun
    crimes in the first place. It's my understanding that law enforcement
    folks keep records on what kinds of guns/calibers are used in gun
    crimes, and these things don't even come close to the top of the list.

    So does that answer your question at all?


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  • Are people this fucking stupid?

    NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - U.S. auto safety regulators introduced a rule Monday requiring automakers to install safer power window switches in all models within five years in a move to prevent injuries to children.
    It's bad enough that the back window of my SUV, (Yes I drive a gas guzzling SUV and fucking proud of it.) doesn't go all the way down but now we need a law to what? stop it from going up? I just don't get it
    "This regulation will prevent the tragedy of a child's head or limb being caught in a power window," said NHTSA administrator Jeffery Runge in a statement.
    Look if your kid is too stupid to move his head out of the way of a window going up, well maybe he is not the pick of the litter and you're probally better off without them, because it just gets worse. It starts with the head in the window thing, then moves to the fork in the toaster then the paperclip in the light socket.
    Current presidential candidate and consumer advocate Ralph Nader has said that power windows pose a threat to kids because they were "callously designed to thrust upward with cruel force,"

    You can not have a story involving automobiles not be followed with the words, "Ralph Nader."
    "Callously designed", this dude has lost his marbles, all of them, maybe while he was testing a corvair his head got stuck in the window, because opening the window is "Unsafe at any speed."

    Read CNN/Money.
    Waste $45.99 to buy his book used from Amazon, and hopefully kick your self in the ass.


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  • An Open Letter To John Kerry

    Dear John,

    As usual, you have it wrong. You don't have a beef with President George Bush about your war record. He's been exceedingly generous about your military service. Your complaint is with the 2.5 million of us who served honorably in a war that ended 29 years ago and which you, not the president, made the centerpiece of this campaign.

    I talk to a lot of vets, John, and this really isn't about your medals or how you got them. Like you, I have a Silver Star and a Bronze Star. I only have two Purple Hearts, though. I turned down the others so that I could stay with the Marines in my rifle platoon. But I think you might agree with me, though I've never heard you say it, that the officers always got more medals than they earned and the youngsters we led never got as many medals as they deserved.

    From Oliver North.

    Read the rest here at TownHall


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  • Assault Weapons Ban Lifted.

    I would guess a lot of you must think that since I am from New York City, I must have some warped fuzzy spot for gun legislation. Well I don’t, I do not have a problem with a law-abiding citizen holstering his 9mm. to protect his family; his property; his business from those that are less than law abiding.

    I would eventually like to leave NY and move to a state that is more gun friendly, I would love to own a Glock with a lazer sight, you know in case the hubby gets out of line.

    Red dot pointed at the skull always equals good behavior.

    I saw Resident Evil this weekend, I wonder if I can use the, "I thought he was a Zombie" defense.

    But bear with me; I am missing the concept of having an AK-47. You can’t hunt with it, (you could, if you like your deer splattered) you can’t conceal it, In Virginia you can walk into most banks strapped, but I would think that if you walk in with an AK-47 your motives might be put to question.

    It's only really good for keeping in your gun collection cabinet or shooting up your homies to protect your turf.

    If some of my gun lover’s can give me some insight that would be greatly appreciated. (Yes, I am talking to everyone from Texas!)

    Update: My good friend BklynGirl answers my question with this email.


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  • No Ko's Nukes... A Clinton Legacy.

    During the early Clinton years, hard-liners and so-called conservative
    hawks advocated a pre-emptive strike to halt North Korea's nuclear weapons
    development before it could field an atomic bomb. Instead of taking the hard
    line, President Clinton elected to rely on former President Jimmy Carter and
    decided to appease the Marxist-Stalinist dictatorship.

    Carter met with North Korean leader Kim Jong-il in Pyongyang and
    returned to America waving a piece of paper and declaring peace in our time.
    Kim, according to Carter, had agreed to stop his nuclear weapons

    Ok, Now that fat boy is over his bypass, can we please discuss his shitty foreign policies and how they will eventually put western civilization into great danger from these Marxist freaks.

    And would someone make Jimmy Carter GO AWAY, doesn't he have some low income houses to build in Georgia.

    Read more at Newsmax.


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  • I'm Not Biased.. You're Biased...

    CNN commentators James Carville and Paul Begala have signed on with the
    Kerry campaign as unpaid advisers. Traditionally, that would mean they would
    have to take a leave of absence from CNN or any news organization that employed
    them because journalistic ethics dictate that news organizations remain totally
    separate from political campaigns. But since we live in strange times, CNN says
    it will keep the guys on the air. Fox News slanted? Take a look at CNN

    In the wake of the vicious attacks on Fox News for allegedly being "GOP TV," I expected the media to brutally dismember CNN and the new boys on John Kerry's bus. Instead, it's been the silence of the lambs from the press. Can you say media bias?

    A central thesis of the mainstream media is that Fox News caters to conservative Republicans. That thesis has been played out in newspaper articles, books and even in movies. Those right-wing bully boys from Fox, they're just awful, aren't they? How many times have we heard that?

    But when it comes to CNN, well, that's another story. That network apparently feels comfortable allowing daily commentary from two Kerry strategists. Shouldn't CNN now be compelled to give equal time to the Bush campaign? How about a new program called "What's Up, George," starring Mary Matalin?

    The CNN decision should come as no surprise since CNN's founder and still involved mogul Ted Turner despises President Bush. Last July, Turner opined on "The Charlie Rose Show" that "history will look back on this debacle in Iraq as one of the greatest mistakes any major country has ever made."

    Well, the halcyon days at CNN have now come to an end. The network's ratings have collapsed, and so have its ethical standards

    Read More from The New York Daily News.


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  • Saturday, September 11, 2004


    On this day of reflection I leave you with this.

    These are audio of the Opie and Anthony radio show on 9/11 to 9/14, 2001

    On 9/11 they could not make it into Manhattan so they used a studio on Long Island to broadcast their show.

    It's filled with anger, fear, reflection, as Jay Mohre, Lewis Black, Andrew Dice Clay, Jim Norton and others check in with their thoughts, on 9/11 they had no commercials so they went to WINS the all news station during the breaks, you can hear the chaos and speculation and its a moment frozen in time. If you are from outside New York City I suggest to listen just to get an understanding of how New Yorkers handled that horrible day.

    I hope you enjoy these. and thanks to for the files.
    * each file is about 40mb long, and 3hrs in length.

    Live 9/11/01

    Live 9/12/01

    Live 9/13/01

    Live 9/14/01


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  • Friday, September 10, 2004

    What's the Frequency Kenneth?


    CBS NEWS executives have launched an internal investigation into whether its premiere news program 60 MINUTES aired fabricated documents relating to Bush's National Guard service, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned.

    Update: Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe today said neither his organization nor John Kerry´s campaign leaked to CBS documents questioning President Bush´s service record, which may have been forged.

    But in the Get A Clue department.

    Update: Edwards wants Bush to address Guard memos.

    President Bush should have to explain newly released records that reveal his former Texas National Guard superior was asked to “sugar coat” performance records after finding Bush failed standards to be a trained pilot, Sen. John Edwards said Thursday.
    Once a fucking ambulance chaser always an ambulance chaser.

    Read The Drudge Report.
    Read Ace Of Spades.
    Read The Washington Times.
    Read The Lyrics to, "Whats the frequency, Kenneth" by REM.


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  • Just another stupid law.

    September 10, 2004 -- Public schools are going to have to compile figures on bullying and harassment under a law that the City Council passed yesterday
    Wait, they even gave it a cute name.
    Dignity in All Schools act
    The new law includes protection from retaliation for those who accuse other students and staff of harassment.

    So what does that mean exactly? We start putting kids into protective custody?

    Bullying is just part of growing up, its Darwin at it's finest, you either learn how to fight back or get squashed. Unless you have 6 friends and access to your daddy's shotguns, then you take the school out.

    When I was growing up protection from a bully usually involved a lunch tray and the side of someone's head.

    Oh incase your wondering, in a 43-3 vote, The only dissenters were the three Republicans.

    Read this from the NY Post.
    Or as we call them, the only 3 with common sense.


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  • Dan Rather, "What's Microsoft word?"

    Dan Rather wears his bias like a worn overcoat just looking to be tossed in the trash. So it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside when the CBS newsman allegedly fell for a hoax regarding documents pertaining to President Bush’s service in the National Guard.

    The wife and son of the late officer who purportedly wrote the memos questioning Bush's performance challenged their authenticity — as did another officer who served with him, and several document experts.
    Maybe CBS should just stick to Big Brother, Survivor and CSI and leave the news reporting to the grownups.
    Rather claimed Wednesday on "60 Minutes II" that CBS was told the memos suggesting Bush ignored orders to take a physical came from Jerry Killian's personal files but Gary Killian said his dad didn't regularly bring work home.
    The personnel chief in Killian's unit in the 1970s, Rufus Martin, said he thinks Rather fell for a hoax — "They look like forgeries to me. I don't think Killian would do that and I knew him for 17 years."

    You can’t blame the guy for trying, during the 80’s you can just hear the distain in his voice when he had to report a positive story regarding our late President Ronald Regan, and now he was duped, he is backpedaling and CBS is standing by its story, as it very well has to.
    The authenticity questions erupted on the Internet, starting with, and several experts said the memos are dubious because they look like contemporary, computer documents.
    Haa Haa, Dan Rather got punked.


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  • Thursday, September 09, 2004

    Dog Shoots Man in Self-Defense

    Karma... It's a bitch.

    PENSACOLA, Fla. — A man who was trying to shoot seven puppies was shot himself when one of the dogs made the .38-caliber revolver discharge
    On Monday, he was holding two puppies, one in his arms and another in his left hand, when the dog in his hand wiggled and put its paw on the trigger, making the gun discharge, the sheriff's report said
    .You know the dog was all, "you dumb-ass."

    Try to read this without laughing your ass off.


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  • Gore: Cheney 'Wrong Choice' Remark Sleazy

    The former vice president criticized the Bush-Cheney administration — which he repeatedly called the Bush-Halliburton administration — for their "failed record" on the economy, health care and the war in Iraq during a speech before about 200 supporters at the headquarters of the United Steelworkers of America.
    Wait, pot meet kettle.
    This is the same man who tried to strong-arm the music, gaming and movie industry with their legislation. This is the same man who was thisclose to sucking Jessie "Hymetown" (Yes, I don't forget) Jackson's dick after he lost the election, who demanded a recount again, and again after it was clearly obvious he lost Florida. This is the man who alleged to create the Internet, but has nothing to do with the proliferation of porn and spam.
    "The claim by Bush and Cheney that the American people must give them four more years in office or else be 'hit hard' by another terrorist attack is a sleazy
    and despicable effort to blackmail voters with fear," Gore said.

    Want to know what fear is, fear is knowing that he could have been our Commander In Chief on September 12th. 2001. Al Gore is just a sore loser that just must go away.

    Read Al babble on like a crazy person.


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  • It Took Me 3 Hrs To Get To Work Yesterday.

    That's what I would have been saying if I gave a shit, and actually went to work.

    Hey, thanks a million, Frances. You flooded our subways, turned our roads into rivers, soaked countless pricey shoes and cheap sneakers - and made the morning commute even more hellish than usual.
    New Yorker's are such pussies, I mean Florida was hit with 2 hurricanes and we bitch about a little rain.
    The massive soaking disrupted service on 20 subway lines, shutting the entire V and W lines, knocking out the Seventh Ave. line from the upper West Side to Times Square and shutting the M from Bay Parkway to Chambers St.
    This is rain people, fucking rain. New Yorker's suck, they would stand in the rain protesting George W. but start bitching and moaning when it disrupts their routine
    "Looks like I'm walking," said public relations executive Elizabeth Mason, 31, as she set off on a trek from the upper West Side to Manhattan's Flatiron District yesterday morning. "I think I'll go home and change my shoes first."
    For the non New Yorker's this is about a 20 block walk.
    Read more of "wahh... it's raining" from the NY Daily News.


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  • Tuesday, September 07, 2004

    If you wish to make a donation for victims of the terrorist attack in Beslan

    Thank you to Doc Manbot,

    The Russian Embassy has information on their website for donations to the victims in Beslan, Russia.

    Go here to donate


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  • See that... Not all Muslims are camel fucking splodedopes

    'The Arabs and the Muslims Today Contribute Nothing to Civilization and Progress Except for Blood, Severed Heads, Scorched Bodies, and the Abduction and Murder of Children'

    Iraqi columnist Aziz Al-Hajj wrote on the progressive Internet site "What kind of national cause is this that uses children like gasoline for igniting a total war of destruction in the name of national and religious liberty?… The Islamic-Arab terrorism has turned into the greatest danger in the world, and threatens civilization, security, and life everywhere. It is today the symbol of evil, religious fanaticism, and moral degradation, and it is the essence of political crime in today's world… Islamic terrorism is the outcome of 'moderate' political Islam, as it is generally described. The latest proof of this is Sheikh [Yousef] Al-Qaradhawi's religious legal ruling [ fatwa ] calling for the killing of all Americans in Iraq…

    "The Arabs and the Muslims today contribute nothing to civilization and progress except for blood, severed heads, scorched bodies, and the abduction and murder of children. The Jihad for religion and Arab chivalry have turned into the art of exploding, booby-trapping, and spilling blood. What an innovation and what a social contribution the Arabs have made in the 21st century!!"

    I would say go to, but its all jibba jabba.

    Go here, and get annoyed as Iran blames shit on the Jews, and we didn't bomb these fuckers, why?


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  • I Always Hated Delta Airlines.

    This comes complements of Michelle Malkin, The Beneton Courier and Marine Corps Moms.

    This letter is NOT to the editor. This letter is to the young female soldier from Benton, who I had the privilege to meet this past Friday evening as we were both trying to get home to Arkansas. Returning from a business trip to New Jersey, I was changing planes in Cincinnati when we met. I had just boarded Delta Flight 6281 (operated by Chautauqua Airlines, a Delta Connection Carrier), Delta's last flight of the evening to Little Rock, when you came onboard and sat down in front of me. I, along with other passengers who had already boarded, listened while you shared your story with us. Having spent [more than] six months in Iraq, you were traveling home to Arkansas. While in Iraq, you had been under enemy fire frequently - on many occasions, several times a day. You had lost two fellow soldiers from your post, and just recently (watched) another lose a leg. You were exhausted from two days of travel, having flown from Iraq to Kuwait, from Kuwait to the Netherlands, from the Netherlands to Cincinnati but you were excited and happy, because Cincinnati to Little Rock meant you would be home, just in time for your youngest child's second birthday. You had 18 days' leave remaining before returning to Iraq.

    This letter is also to the well-dressed, middle-aged woman who boarded the plane late, who through some administrative error had been assigned the same seat as the soldier. Your behavior made it obvious to me and those around me that you had no intention of handling the situation in a mature way. You approached the flight attendant and demanded "your seat." As the flight attendant worked with the gate crew to try and resolve the issue, the soldier was asked to leave the plane. Shortly thereafter, you returned. When I inquired as to whether you were aware that the individual who had previously been in "your seat" was a soldier traveling home from Iraq on leave to see her family, your verbatim response was, "So what I'm a victim from Chicago! What's the difference?" All within earshot were dumbfounded. It was apparent that you have no appreciation for your fellow Americans who leave home and family and risk their lives wearing the uniform of the United States military

    Bud Fox: Delta CEO Leo Mullin, You're going to take down this whole shitty airline, just like Braniff.

    You might want to contact Delta Airlines here, and express your displeasure.
    Read Marine Corps Moms.
    Read The Benton Courier, banging in Little Rock.
    Read Michelle Malkin.


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    NYU is probably the only major university in America that is requiring childproof window guards in their dorm rooms.

    Joann Leavy, 23, is the sixth student at New York University to take a fatal leap in the past year.
    I could say something mean like, “one less pretentious asshole wanna be film maker” but I won’t.
    Leavy, a second-year film student, ran out barefooted, then peeled off her clothes while racing up to the roof of the Tisch School of the Arts roof, law-enforcement sources said. Once there, she stripped off her panties and leaped, landing on Mercer Street just a half-block from her family's apartment on Waverly Place, sources said.

    Ok, now 6 not 4, not 3, not even 5... 6 people have jumped off the roof at NYU, has it crossed anyone’s mind to LOCK THE FUCKING DOOR to the roof?
    Now you say to yourself, how horrible is this school that would make people leap to their deaths, just take the nestle’ plunge and disrupt traffic and make an icky mess on the sidewalk below.

    The middle child of three, Leavy had a history of mental problems.
    Ahh… What the fuck is NYU admission policy? You would think somewhere on their application they would ask you.
    - Do you see dead people
    - Do you have an imaginary friend
    - Ever had the urge to leap tall buildings in a single bound.
    - Is the R. Kelly Song, “I believe I can Fly” your anthem?
    - Are you a fucking not job, who is going to take a header cause
    a- Your boyfriend broke up with you.
    b- You got a “B” in Macro Economics.

    I blame, not the kids that are free falling… (and yes, I am singing the Tom Petty Song while I type this).

    I blame the shitty admission policies at NYU that cannot weed out the mentally unstable, because if this chick went to Bronx Community her suicide would have been all nice an quiet, maybe in her bathroom, in a hot tub like Frankie Pentangello from the Godfather and not all over 4th street in the Village.

    Ozzy said, "Suicide is not the solution" no wait... he said, "Suicide WAS the solution, yeah... I love Ozzy.... SHARON!!!!!!!

    Read more from the NY Post, where they don't make fun of her enough.


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  • Kerry IS Michael Dukakis.

    What the hell is it with being from Massachusetts and being a fuck up, the list is long and illustrious and now we can add John Kerry to that distinguished group of failed politicians from the state that gave us, “1918… 1918…”

    John Kerry is one alcoholic wife away from blowing this election, but what can we expect from the Willie Horton capital of the world, none other than second place.

    To give the man and his ambulance chasing side kick a little credit, it is not entirely his fault, the timing of certain events hampered Michael, sorry I mean John’s message to be fully received by the masses.

    John Kerry comes out blasting, just hours after a blistering, rousing, uplifting speech by our President. Kerry fights back on his war record, on the swift boat vets and on his own heroism in Vietnam but well, there was this little Hurricane to deal with, and if his rants made it to page 5 he was lucky.

    Hey, but all is not lost, John fires again, this time on the economy, which confuses me somewhat because under Clinton the country’s unemployment rate hovered around 5.8 percent, under G.W. it’s a solid 5.4 percent. Now I’m no Good Will Hunting, but I am almost sure 5.4 is lower than 5.8, am I correct?

    Never the less, Kerry is all pissed, I don’t know if it was the servicemen in Tennessee that turned their backs on him during his last campaign stop; maybe Teresa is being a bitch again and getting on his last nerves? Who knows, but the dude is acting like a chick on the first day of her period and while he might have made some valid points, one little thing stopped people from listening, well… Clinton had a heart attach. Kerry would be lucky if his rabblerousing makes it near the classified ads in the dailies.

    Bad timing, bad luck, a campaign with no focal point, no direction, no guts, no plan for our future; more waffles than The Waffle Hut, and loony protesters all make up the mess that is Kerry’s campaign.

    Which in the end, makes it good for us, dare I say good for America!


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  • Monday, September 06, 2004

    I Don't want to say, "I told you so"... yeah I do...

    With little more than eight weeks remaining to Election Day, a Newsweek survey gave the president a lead of 52-41 over Kerry, with independent Ralph Nader at 3 percent. A Time Magazine poll released a day earlier also made it an 11-point race.

    The people protesting the GOP convention also helped Bush. With more than 1,000 arrests, some cops badly injured and innocent people harassed, the protesters are looked upon as fanatical and irrational by many Americans. And some of them are. A survey by one newspaper found protesters favored a socialistic government more than any other. That kind of attitude is not a help to John Kerry.
    Middle America doesn't like freaks, especially radical one's holding "No blood for oill" signs.
    The problem with the anti-Bush zealots is that they want to believe he is a bad man and will reject all rational discussion that goes against their thesis. That kind of fanaticism frightens mainstream Americans and creates sympathy for Bush. Irrational displays will never win an election. Ask Howard Dean.
    Read more here, from the Daily News? Go Figure.


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  • Saturday, September 04, 2004

    Labor Day Weekend.

    Going to Atlantic City for the Long Labor Day weekend,
    Wish my husband well at the Craps table... as for me
    I go for the nickle slots and free drinks.

    Have a Happy And Safe Holiday Everyone.


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  • Friday, September 03, 2004

    Now this is a convention bounce.

    When the Democrats took the floor in Boston for their convention, they were expecting a few point bounce at the end, they received maybe a 3 percent nudge, which evaporated shortly thereafter.

    So going into the Republican convention it was a statistical dead heat, 49/50 - 48/47, it gave me great glee to read this from the Times.

    52% would vote for President George Bush, while 41% would vote for John Kerry and 3% would vote for Ralph Nader
    Double Digits baby.

    Read my Thank You's here.

    Read the Times article here.

    Yes, it could be just a convention bounce... but god damn it's a big one.

    Update: CNN talkie asking Pennsylvania Governor Edward Dell if Kerry is the Bob Dole for the Democrats, while they wait for 2008 to bring in Hillary.

    Holy shit, did it just sound like CNN conceded the race?


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  • Russian Hostage Crisis Over..

    I have to tell you, I am almost in tears while reading this.

    Security officials were still searching for one remaining terrorist, possibly the leader of the operation, in the school. Officials said they believed an unknown number of hostages, some of them children, were still trapped in the building, but most were severely injured or even dead.
    Chidren, fucking children... where is the "Oh, the Koran is about love" shit, where is the outpouring of emotions from the same fuckers who were protesting the war in Iraq.
    Russian officials said 60 bodies had been identified so far. At least 100 bodies were found Friday in the sweltering school gymnasium, where many of the hostages were being held, but a Russian presidential aide said the death toll could climb above 150. A correspondent for the Interfax news agency reported that some were killed when the building's roof collapsed from an explosion before the main assault began
    And incase you just thought this was some civil war shit between the ruskies.
    Officials also told FOX News that 10 of the 20 terrorists killed by Russian soldiers were "Arab mercenaries."
    Arab's that would kill children for their cause, for the spread of their warped version of their religion.

    That baby is the enemy of Islam? That baby did what to hurt the oppressed Arabs?

    Mother fuckers, I hope to god the Russians still have some balls, line you up put a gun in your mouths, and make you pull the trigger. Then you can see your fucking Allah.

    Chechen terrorists your fucked, you don't even know how fucked you are.
    I can't write anymore...


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  • Clinton to Have Heart Bypass Surgery

    The dude did love his Big Mac's, and chubby interns.

    Bill Clinton, 58, was being admitted to New York Presbyterian Hospital, a statement said. He had seen a doctor first on Thursday, and additional tests Friday revealed the need for the surgery, Clinton was admitted after encountering a blockage in his arteries.
    He was our President, and is in my thoughts.

    Update: Fox News is reporting live at 4:10 pm. from Columbia Presbyterian. (if you want any procedure done, you go to Columbia Presbyterian) is saying that the former President did infact have a heart attack, was rushed to the hospital by aids when he complained of not being able to breath.

    Update: 5:00 from Fox News, Clinton is scheduled for surgery on Saturday, sites that he DID NOT have a heart attack like earlier indicated. Clinton talked to family on the phone and did sound upbeat.

    GET WELL William Clinton !!

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  • Republician Convention DAY 4

    Republistock? RepublipaLooza? RepubliFest?

    The last 4 days have been like a festival for the Republicans, and a funeral for the Democrats.

    Every good concert I have ever been to needs good opening acts and we start with Ron Silver, who gave us an impassionate speech on the New America and how we can not back down. I’m sorry this probably means his career is going to go to shit but maybe there could be a recurring role on the Soprano’s for him.

    That was followed by a rousing speech by Rudy Giuliani, the former Mayor of New York and again, dig… dig… dig… while Silver picked out the coffin Giuliani was searching for a good funeral home where the democrats can hold their wake.

    If that wasn’t enough for you Arnold Schwarzenegger takes the stage, true lies, big guns, the whole state of California, could it be red? It’s kind of purple right now, read the liberal papers, The Times, The Washington Post. It’s fear setting in, scramble… scramble discredit, misinformation; don’t show the loony protesters it puts the Democrats in a bad light. The funeral arrangements have been set, the body sent to the morgue to be embalmed.

    Wait you want more? How about Zell Miller, a Democrat from Georgia, an old school Democrat. Fire, brimstone, fury, has been brought down on his very own party, for a moment he is ashamed to be a Democrat, embarrassed, he is angry and rightfully so. The speech is one for the ages; I have never seen so many people quote a speech almost verbatim in their blogs, in the print media and on television. The 10 percent of the country that is still undecided might not be anymore.

    Again the liberal media attacks, he is angry, he is mean, what about the children? God dammit, the liberal media screams stop with the fucking protests, you’re not helping us, wait, lets talk about the conditions in prison and how the protesters are being mistreated… Yeah, that’s it. Protestors mistreated, Zell angry… that’s our story… run with it.

    Ahh… but wait, he is one of your own, but someone with convictions and morals someone who is fearful of our future under the Democratic party's rule, someone who switched party lines so he can be heard. So he can make a difference. And as for the protesters, they soon found out that prison is well, prison. They were expecting lattés and gingerbread cookies, but they got a hard cold floor, baloney sandwiches and oh my god tap water. The body has been laid to rest, complements of Zell Miller.

    Are you as pumped up and psyched as I am, the voices have been loud, the voices have been powerful and although the liberal media wouldn’t have you believe this, they are being heard and we haven’t even brought out the heavy hitters yet. And do you know how I know they are being heard and people are listening? 6 million people watched the convention on Fawx, that is more than the big networks ABC and CBS COMBINED.

    Our Vice President Dick Cheney, a workhorse, very methodical, very certain, very secure in the policies of the Republican Party, he has given us a map, a road map to the future one that is filled with substance with courage and with determination. He does not have a lot of flash, but he doesn’t need to. Dick Cheney is like the quiet uncle, he doesn’t talk much but when he does you better fucking listen and listen good.

    The people at the funeral are bowing there heads muttering, “Hey, you know Kerry, he was in ‘Nam.”

    The NY Times is pissing; what to do… what to do… Hey, can we get Jayson Blair back to make up some shit? Do a story about Kerry in Nam’ no wait fuck that… Cambodia, crap… Um…um… I’m thinking, lets show the protesters, people love protesters, wait what? They don’t? Fuck… fuck… fuck… Do a Zell is evil story, what? They love him? How the fuck, you know what… don’t we have a hurricane… make that our front page.

    Before the President begins his speech we have the Governor of New York, possibly setting himself up to be in play in 2008. The Governor suggested, “Bin Laden declared war on America, and then came the attacks – The first World Trade Center, the embassies in Africa, the USS Cole.” Fuck yeah you tell them Governor. “How I wished the administration at that time, in those years, had done something… But they didn’t do it” Pataki says.

    He concludes with, “After September 11th, the terrorists didn’t bank on George W. Bush. The GOP will win one for the Gipper, and the Democrats will lose one with the Flipper.”
    Casket closed.

    How can you tell this is a rock concert? It’s it the round.

    On the final day of the convention our President comes on stage, but its just not any stage, it’s in the middle of the Garden floor, surrounded by delegates. The President in the round, live from New York.

    Our President defended is policies as, “steady, consistent, principled leadership” and warned that John Kerry represents failed, “Policies of the past.”

    But it just not all Terror, he outlined a reformed social agenda, to overhaul the tax code, health care programs, and pension plans. Kerry is running on a platform of more that $2 trillion dollars in government spending, and to pay for that spending he will have to raise your taxes, and that’s the kind of promise Kerry vows to keep.

    Our President concludes with this rallying cry, “The Freedom of many, and the future security of our nation, now depends on us… I ask you to stand with me.”

    And that ladies and gentlemen… Is the final nail in the “Kerry for President” campaign.

    The Republican convention is over; the Republican’s did their job, now you do yours.
    Spread the word of the Republican Party, tell the liberal media we will not stand for their one handed, obvious bias, do this by voting November 2nd. To re-elect George W. Bush.


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  • Thursday, September 02, 2004

    Fascist, what about the children.

    That’s the rebuttal from the Democrats; Zell Miller just laid down some serious smack down on John Kerry and the Democratic Party.

    And that’s all they have to say.

    Democrats are certainly going to play the anger angle against Zell as best they can - which in addition to being the smart thing to do may be the ONLY thing they can do to try and fend off Miller's devastating assault last night. Jay Carson, a Democratic spokesman, is quoted in today's NY Times saying of Miller, "This angry old man is scaring the children.''(You have to register, but at least the story isn't made up)
    Stings like a mother fucker huh?

    Go read more at Real Clear Politics.


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  • Chris Mathews - Sir May I have another...

    Well we know of at least 4 people that watch MSNBC, Michelle Malkin, Myself, Chris Mathews and now Zell Miller.

    After ripping everyone from Carter to Kerry a new one Zell Miller met with Chris Mathews via remote, and this good old Southern Democrat put Mathews in his place.

    In typical Mathews’ style he attempted to browbeat and interrupt Zell Miller throughout the interview. Mathews felt very comfortable attacking and interrupting Miller as he was not interviewing Zell Miller face-to-face, but by remote.
    Chris Mathews is a cross between Morton Downey Jr. and that kid in the lunchroom who you always wanted to punch in the face.
    He picked the wrong Marine to try to browbeat. But Mathews still felt cocky right up until Zell told him, “Get out of my face.” And then Zell zinged Mathews “I wish we lived in a day where you could challenge a person to a duel.”
    "Don’t pull that stuff on me like you did that young lady when you had her there browbeating her to death"
    A reference to Michelle Malkin, whom he had on the show and he acted like a total asshole.
    Mathews softened his tone, He then addressed Mr. Miller in the fashion this man deserved replying, “Yes, sir.”

    Like Dick Cheney said in his speech, "I am glad Zell is on our side."

    Thanks to Michelle Malkin and The Washington Dispatch.


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  • Kerry - George W. ignored me

    And he wouldn't share his crayons either.

    John Kerry yesterday lit into Bush's conduct of the war and his failure to capture Osama Bin Laden during a convention speech in Nashville.

    Thats how the NY Daily News wrote it, so according to them Osama is not in the mountians of Pakistan but in Tennessee?
    "When it comes to Iraq, it's not that I would have done one thing differently. I would've done almost everything differently," Kerry told the American Legion convention in Nashville.
    He would have waited for Iraq to attack our troops in Afghanistan or fund more splodedopes to attack America, while he sits back going.. "But I was in 'Nam... Dammit"

    The more Kerry talks the more stupider he sounds.

    For one second, stop what you're doing, take a big sniff. You know what that is?
    No not protesters stinky underarms, but desperation... the wildebeest is wounded, lets see if G.W. will go for the kill.

    Read the paper that thought Kobe Bryant was more important than Zell Miller.


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  • Wednesday, September 01, 2004

    Republican Convention DAY 3

    PRESS 'REFRESH' during the convention for live updates.

    Holy shit... It’s starting early today, damn.

    I am switching between ESPN news and CSPAN, because ABC news just announced that the DA of Colorado is dropping the charges against Kobe Bryant, more on that later once the press conference begins.

    First speaker - Brian Sandoval, Nevada Attorney General, The tough on crime guy.

    I wish they could have gotten the Mayor of Las Vegas to speak, he has that whole, "We don't have a homeless problem, Reno does." just as the bus full of homeless people are leaving Las Vegas and are shipped to Reno.

    Next speaker - Senator Rick Santorum, from Pennsylvania, Talking about the landmark welfare reform bill.

    This is the backbone of the Republicans, cutting welfare and reducing poverty. It's amazing here in New York the ACLU got their panties in a bunch over welfare reform and it's putting people to work.

    He starts talking about Marriage, and how Kerry tried to block the welfare reform bills. Wants the American people to define marriage, and not left wing judges... He could have just said the 9th district court of appeals… Its ok... We all know…

    The Kobe press conference is scheduled for 7:45.

    They are doing the roll call of states so let me find ESPN news.

    Bono is on Bill O'Reilly, does anyone give a shit what he has to say?

    Back to the convention, the house band, "The Terrible’s" is doing a KC and the Sunshine band melody, I don't hear, "Play that funky music white boy" though.

    Video of President in Elmhurst, NY meeting with the firefighters, I am assuming he is giving a speech, but for now there is no audio, just waving.

    Where the hell is the Kobe press conference?

    Next Speaker – Elaine Chao, she ruv you very long time and Halloween scares her.

    On Fawx news Monica Crowley and Georgette Mosbacher speaking to Bill O'Reilly on how New York magazine bamboozled them with unflattering pictures and comments regarding Republicans and the lack of Republican outlets to spread the word.

    Next up, Patricia Stout, small business owner from San Antonio... She is bitching about how 9/11 almost ruined her, the government bailed her out now she is all about the bling bling.

    And now, Paul Ryan, Wisconsin representative, he wants us to know that John Kerry plans on expanding the current government by 2 billion dollars means higher taxes for you… No Duh!

    Lights dim... Ladies and Gentlemen... Put your hands together for the Christian Rock sounds of "Third Day"... Did you know their first album went double mur?

    Michael Regan, the good son... talks lovingly about his father.

    Mitt Romney, Massachusetts Governor, We will move forward under Bush, he rocks.

    Musical Guest Sara Evans, the Texas delegates must be loving all this country music.
    She is so much better than the cover bands.


    I am watching the feed from

    We left it with the vocal stylings of Sara Evans, and now we have ,"The Terrible's" with more hits from CBS-FM your golden oldies station.

    Now Senator Zell Miller, this dude has balls, he turned on his own party and the crowd is going nuts to say the least.

    He starts out by telling us of his great grandchildren, he thinks of their future and the next 4 years will determin what kind of world they will grow up in.

    Which leader has the vision, the will power and the backbone to protect his and our families.
    There is only one man he trusts with the future of his children, George W. Bush.
    We have some World War II talk, and how the parties united for peace.

    He want's to know where are the statesman of yesteryear, where is the bi-partisimship when we need it most.

    Our nation is being made weaker because of the Democrats manic obsession with taking down our commander in chief. (A-fucken-men brother)

    What has happened to the party he has spent his life working in.
    It was Democrats that believed it was the duty of America to fight for freedom over tyrany.

    Motivated by politics, today's Democratic leaders see our troops as occupiers , it makes him mad that they have the balls to not call us liberators

    Tell that to the people that are free from Poland to Siberia that we are occupiers.

    Its the soldier that has given us freedom of speech, freedom of press and the freedom to protest. (fuck yeah)

    He rags on Carter, Kerry, Kennedy... he fucking rocks... I love him.

    The world cannot afford an indecisive America

    In this hour of danger has had the courage to stand up, and he is proud to stand up with him.

    God Bless This Country, And God Bless G.W. Bush.

    Holy fucking shit people, I am still stunned, Inspired, awed, that was some awesome shit.

    Here is the text from Zell Millers speech.

    Dick Cheney up next, that is one tough act to follow, unless he has Osama's dick in his hand this is a crowd that will take a while to win over.

    He starts out with an Edwards is a pretty boy joke, it was cute, but the crowd is still all about Zell.

    Cheney comments that he is glad that Zell is on our side.

    4 more years chants break out throughout his speech.

    I am not buying his whole, "we shut down the black market weapons" thing.

    But I dig the "we have already been attacked line" when Kerry says he will defend this country if we are ever attacked.

    Cheney's speech was solid, a good closer for the evening, but Zell stole the show.

    Brooks and Dunn close the show with, "Only In America" and a little Hendrix, "Star Spangled Banner" riff.

    Day 3 in the books... It was a good one.


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  • Religon of peace... Holding hostages and blowing shit up.

    Go figure.

    BELSAN, Russia — More than a dozen militants wearing bomb belts seized a southern Russian school in a region bordering Chechnya on Wednesday,
    taking hostage about 400 people — half of them children — and threatening to
    blow up the building if police storm it. As many as eight people have been
    reported killed, one of them a school parent.

    Read more from Fawx News, where they should be using the word, "scumbag" more liberally.

    Update: BklynGirl points out in my comments section, "I think what we really need to do here is stop and figure out what the Russian children did to bring this on themselves."

    Where is the protesters venom in this instance, where are the fucking lactating mothers, why aren't they walking over the Brooklyn Bridge protesting the barbarism.

    This is why there will never be peace, This is why the need to stop evil at it's source exists. People don't fucking get it, this is a crying shame, they are innocent children.

    Update:Doctor Manbot suggests, "These people can't be killed enough times"
    And I think just once would be enough, but it has to be good, like Jason from Friday the 13th good. I suggest meat cleavers to the pubes, something to do with battery acid and eyeballs its all good to me.

    Like Tony Montana once said, "Don't fuck with me, I don't kill no fucking kids."


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  • This is for RedBklynGirl - A Boston Red Sox Fan.

    Yankees crushed in record fashion 22-0


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  • My big Thank You page.

    Thank you; to the fringe element that calls themselves democrats, groups like United for Peace and Justice and ANSWER. Watching Fox News, CNN, and the local networks shovel your brood en-mass with flexi-cuffs, screaming might be good theater for you, but that shit plays great in middle America, where you’re viewed for what you really are, just a bunch of nuts, with no cause, no reason, no purpose. It is possible you have turned the 10 percent of the population that is undecided against you, your cause and your party.

    Thank you; to the Swiftboat Vets, whom with the help of bloggers exposed Kerry for what he is, a pacifist who would turn on his country at the drop of a hat or a phone call from France, this story was not picked up by the “mainstream” media but by a handful of credited bloggers, and it wouldn’t go away. Vets love symbolism, and listening to you ‘renounce’ your medals back in 1972 is music to my ears.

    Thank you; to Rudy Giuliani, and Governor Pataki, even though NY is not in play you brought the Convention here to the biggest stage in the world; you handed the Republican’s the ball and they are cutting through the secondary heading for the end-zone. Let’s just not let them do the Icky-shuffle, I have been watching the Republicans dance during the breaks and it’s not pretty.

    Thank you; to the Govenator Arnold, personally I was not impressed by your speech, but a lot of people were, the word on the street is that California is now in play; Cali turning into a red state would make any Democrat reach for the rubbing alcohol and start slurping away… Right Kitty Dukakis.

    Thank you; to Ron Silver, I am sorry you destroyed your career, but “Skin” sucked anyways. Your speech made me jump, hoot and holler, I wanted to break stuff, join a mosh pit and bang my head to Mudvayne after listening to you.

    Thank you; to Laura Bush, who gave a personable face to the man we call The President.
    She has an approval rating in the high 80’s while her ketchup riches counterpart is pretty much despised by most of the universe.

    Thank you; to Senator John McCain, it ached me watching your speech, watching your lack of mobility, knowing you were a prisoner of war, abused by the enemy. Your words; powerful, your presence inspiring.

    And finally… Thank you to ALL of you; for reading this everyday, for your wonderful feedback; for your engaging conversations, you make this fun and if I could give each and everyone of you a hug I would.


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