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Going on Tour

Posted by RightWingRocker on February 23, 2005

Well, loyal readers, it looks as though I will be doing minimal posting, if any at all, for the next week or so, as I will be on tour. I will be back late next week, though I will be going to my day job every day, so if anything super-important happens that I hear about and I get some time, I’ll do a post. Any words of encouragement and/or well-wishing are welcome in the comments to this post.

Oh and on the note of comments, the settings have been adjusted for this blog, due to non-member friends wanting to comments here, in order that more people may comment. Hopefully some folks who link over from The Rott will be able to comment now.

Anyway, I hope everyone has a great week, and I’ll try to check in as the week progresses. Keep the moonbats in check for me!

RWR

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Unbelievable Fuckwads (Part Two)

Posted by RightWingRocker on February 20, 2005

An interesting comment came up recently to my first rant as RWR … This nitwit actually said that the President sounds like he uses “words he doesn’t understand” in his speches and implied that there could be no way W’s vision for America could possibly be consistent with that of the founders. Well, here’s what I have to say about THAT:

We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth, and listen to the song of that siren till she transforms us into beasts. Is this the part of wise men, engaged in a great and arduous struggle for liberty? Are we disposed to be of the number of those who, having eyes, see not, and, having ears, hear not, the things which so nearly concern their temporal salvation? For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it may cost, I am willing to know the whole truth; to know the worst, and to provide for it. … Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death! – Patrick Henry

How’s that one for a start, Jeremy?

Oh, and you should take a little trip around the States and hear how most of America talks before you insult the typical midwestern American accent. Just about everyone in the central part of the country speaks with basically the same accent as the President, with some variation, of course.

While we’re dealing in personal insults, Jeremy, how about the look on your face in that picture of yours? Nothing too personal, but you look like a complete asshole. And I read your post from November. Interesting how you managed to say absolutely NOTHING in the four paragraphs you so toiled over.

Anyway, there’s plenty out there to show the founders’ vision. Patrick Henry above … and how about this blurb from Thomas Jefferson?

The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.

Or perhaps you’d like to hear from Madison and Monroe?? Maybe John Jay??

I believe there are more instances of the abridgement of freedom of the people by gradual and silent encroachments by those in power than by violent and sudden usurpations. – James Madison

The best form of government is that which is most likely to prevent the greatest sum of evil. – James Monroe

No power on earth has a right to take our property from us without our consent. – John Jay

Thanks to these founders, you may now offer the President Kudos because in working to dismantle what socialism he can while fighting the War on Terror, the president is SIMULTANEOUSLY preventing evil from infecting America in two vastly different, yet equally important ways (Socialism AND Terrorism). That, sir, is the mark of an excellent President. Electing the alternative would have resulted in MORE socialism and plenty of the same kind of appeasement of terrorists we had with both the Carter and Clinton administrations.

Do you like Benjamin Franklin?

All mankind is divided into three classes: those that are immovable, those that are movable, and those that move.

All who think cannot but see there is a sanction like that of religion which binds us in partnership in the serious work of the world.

Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.

How about a little Thomas Paine while we’re at it?

Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.

In case you hadn’t noticed, Jeremy, socialism ALWAYS occurs at the EXPENSE of freedom, and the terrorists are trying to impose that and more on us. Maybe a little more Franklin to point you in the right direction ….

An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.

Sounds like pretty good advice to me, Jeremy. Maybe you should consider it??

Now FUCK OFF.

RWR

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Ducks for Dean Farting in Church

Posted by RightWingRocker on February 20, 2005

OK, OK, old Weird Howard has put his foot in his mouth ALREADY! Now before I give my take on the whole thing, let me start by saying that it shouldn’t come as a surprise to ANYONE that a Democrat (read that Socialist) would make a racist comment. These buttmunchers have been putting racist policies into place for the better part of this century, most notably Affirmative Action (Institutionalized Discrimination) and Welfare (Institutionalized Oppression). This sorry-ass attempt at humor rightly went over like a fart in church and I’m GLAD about that. In trying to paint conservatives as racist, he let his own racist tendencies show. This is GOOD FOR EVERYONE, as a well-informed electorate can only be a good thing.

I also have no problem with the very loud and sour reaction coming from conservatives all over the country about this. We bloggers and those who comment on our blogs are truly the embodiment of free speech as the founders intended. We should all call an asshole when we see one.

My beef with this whole thing is the bullshit that has come about as a result of this little quip. Is it right for us to jump all over this guy because he, in the act of exercising his free speech rights, says something completely stupid and insensitive? I submit this is something that we have ALL done. We should be thanking Dr. Dipshit for his remarks, since they have shown everyone, in bright living color, the true nature of his party. I don’t know how many more of these it will take before a significant number of people see exactly what has been going on in the Dems opinions, but the reaction from the right has been apalling from the standpoint of it making us look just like the Dems.

But do we really want to be looked upon the way the Dems were looked upon when they tried to crucify Trent Lott a few years back? Do we really want to look like such crybabies? I mean, sure, the Dems started all this, but it this the way to end it? And why are we crying racism, kicking and screaming like a bunch of Clintonites, when we should simply be demonstrating it? Why not take an “I told you so” approach? We should be more level-headed when calling assholes in situations like this. The problem is that in pouting about like crybabies as we have, we have taken away the credibility of thoughtfulness that got our people elected this last election.

Of course we should voice our opinions on the matter, and if our thoughts are that Wacky Dean is an asshole, so be it. But presenting this fact in the temperamental way that we have is as deplorable as democrats accusing conservatives of trying to take food from schoolchildren or kicking old people out of their nursing homes. Rants are fun, let’s face it. But there is a time and place for everything, and all the years of the Democrappers showing us just how poor their judgment can be in situations such as these don’t seem to have taught us a damned thing about our own more acceptable judgment in the same period of time. Now that we are in control, does that now justify our acting like THEM? I’m just not sure. What I am sure about is that this is stupid and the more we engage in it the more we look and sound like THEM. Remember: if it looks like a duck, and waddles like a duck, and it quacks like a duck, you’ve got a duck.

RWR

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Jack’s own “State of Delusion”

Posted by RightWingRocker on February 13, 2005

Geez, I can’t even open my hometown newspaper without some commie shitbag spewing a bunch of lies and crap in the editorials. Folks, I know my rants are better when I go general instead of point-by point, and maybe I should have left this one to The Rott, but it just pisses me off so …

So this moron named Jack puts it in writing this week, starting off with name-calling and referring to some “State of Delusion” speech … I thought Slick Willie left office four years ago (a little name-calling of my own there).

Certainly, there is a problem with the long term funding of Social Security.

Unfortunately, the Bush plan to allow personal accounts would subtract rather than add to the government funds available to pay benefits.

OK, Mr. Jackoff, what exactly is your “solution”, since you haven’t even suggested one here?

Oh, and you did get one thing right, sir. The President’s plan would ultimately subtract from government funds available to pay benefits. THAT HAPPENS TO BE THE POINT, DUMBASS! There would ultimately be no need for government funds because the personal accounts would cover people’s expenses. In fact, there would be more money in the accounts than any Socialist Security check could cover. All that would have to happen is to collect enough for those who have not had the opportunity to save in this fashion because of the IRS picking their pockets every April 15th. People wouldn’t NEED the nanny state to pay their way. Personal independence – Go figure. That’s what America is all about!

Oh, and before you start spewing your bullshit about markets going down, take a look at any credible stock analysis of the last 100 years and you will see that the markets have always gone UP for the long term, even during the depression. In fact, if every parent could somehow stash $5000.00 in a tax shelter that averages only 10% a year (VERY low-risk) for each child at birth, that child would have somewhere between two and two and a half MILLION dollars in the account (still earning interest) by the time he or she turned 65. The interest on that alone would pay more than Socialist Security. Imagine that!

Bush pretends to support freedom and to be a follower of Jesus.

However, he encourages intolerance and laws penalizing those who chose life style different that his own.

President Bush supports freedom … see above demonstration of how people become more free AND more prosperous when Socialist Security is ultimately dismantled. Freedom is not defined as the government granting everyone’s every wish, and neither were the teachings of Jesus. President Bush encourages no intolerance in anything he supports. Defining marriage as the union between one man and one woman (assuming that is what you are talking about) is a basic Biblical teaching, not a penalty, fully consistent with the teachings of Jesus. I’m sorry if this is inconvenient for you or someone you love, but it is the truth.

Do you want to talk about intolerance?? How about the “Fairness Doctrine”, a government edict that placed illegal limits on free speech. Your left-wing asswipes had their fingerprints all over that one. Of course, there was no need for a “Fairness Doctrine” when there were no conservative viewpoints in the media. Rush Limbaugh makes his way onto the airwaves, and all of a sudden, the government tries to regulate what is presented on his program. Free speech on college campuses is being suppressed routinely when conservative students speak up. Can you defend these crimes?

How about the continuing intolerance of gun owners and gun ownership? Law after law after law has been passed in an attempt to suppress the right of the people to keep and bear arms. Every one of these laws is both unconstitutional and illegal.

I can’t name very many people who consider themselves “pro-choice” who are willing to tolerate the viewpoint that in choosing to commit to an act of sexual activity, a woman has consented to any resulting pregnancy, and that the life of the baby should be protected under the fifth amendment. I’m not talking about nutcases who commit crimes to defend the children, I’m talking about peaceful demonstrators. Those who would ask simply to offer a young mother another option. Is there any crime in allowing a decision to be made with all of the pertinent information presented? Why isn’t there a “Fairness Doctrine” in this case? Hmmm? Don’t you think a young mother considering an abortion should have both sides of the issue presented by someone willing to provide a pursuasive argument to its validity? It doesn’t happen, and you shold know, since there is an abortion clinic within five miles of your home, JACK.

He talks about American values, but fails to understand the Constitution as it now exists and the separation of church and state, are basic cornerstones of our national heritage.

The Constitution as it now exists is not significantly different from the Constitution that existed 200 years ago. I’m not sure what you are talking about with regard to the Constitution “as it now exists”, but I can tell you that a separation of church and state has never been a “basic cornerstone of our national heritage”, especially as it is being attempted today. Since you give no examples of how he is allegedly doing this, and I can make no assumptions because I think you have lost your mind (or never had one to begin with), I cannot reasonably comment further on the matter. Oh, and by the way, where does the Constitution say that the Federal Government can take money from people and redistribute it to others as it does with … Socialist Security?

He continues to pretend he can balance the budget by cutting taxes while he continues to increase government spending.

You are wrong again. Ask any economist. However, I must point out that most government spending is to be frozen at current levels (a practice Bill Clinton would have called cuts in spending). The only place there exists any significant increase is in military spending, which happens to be a Constitutionally mandated expenditure. Sucks to be you, doesn’t it Jack?

Now here’s where you REALLY pissed me off, JACK:

Perhaps worst of all, he denies there is any need for a plan, even a flexible plan to withdraw from Iraq.

How many additional hundreds or thousands of young American lives and hundreds of billions of taxpayers’ dollars is he willing to throw away on a venture that is creating terrorists?

Bin Laden wants to bankrupt America.

If left unchecked, Bush seems willing and likely to bankrupt us on his own.

There is NO need for any new plan to withdraw from Iraq. The existing one will suffice just fine. We will stay until we are no longer needed there and the Iraqis can handle their own affairs. It is the same strategy that was used in Afghanistan (and Europe back in the 1940’s). Success in war is not determined by the plan, but by the outcome. Hitler was destroyed in WWII. That was a successful war. Afghans enjoy true self-determination without terrorists being sponsored by the state. That was a successful battle. Saddam Hussein is in custody, Uday and Qsay are dead, and the Iraqis have begun to hold elections (and are QUITE GRATEFUL to the US for that). Despite the existence of foreign terrorists still in Iraq, that battle, though not yet over, has been a resounding success.

I would like you to cite just ONE example of a terrorist that was created by the War on Terror. Name ONE. You cannot do it. Each and every terrorist has been created by a philosophy of freedom-hating religious zealots who are willing to torture and kill innocent civilians in trying to achieve their goals. You cannot possibly tell me that anything President Bush has done could even come close to what paying large sums of money to the families of suicide bombers (as Saddam did) may have done to create terrorists.

And I take issue with your assertion that the war is tantamount to “throwing away” hundreds of billions of dollars and hundreds or thousands of young American lives. First of all, those hundreds of billions of dollars have so far kept a major terrorist attack from happening here on US soil for three years now, a feat the Clinton Administration could not and did not accomplish. Money spent protecting American lives (such as yours and mine and especially my children’s) is money well spent. Make no mistake about it. Bin Laden isn’t trying to bankrupt America, he is trying to DESTROY it.

JACK, you should be ashamed of yourself when you talk about throwing away young American lives, as if these men and women have somehow been handled like pieces of trash. Talk to soldiers who have returned and you will know that the job they are doing, though very risky and dangerous, is right and just. You should be ashamed of yourself in asserting that our own townsman killed in Iraq late last year has died in vain, as he was proud to do the work he did. Thanks to him and others like him, you will continue to enjoy the right to spew your bullshit at will. If you don’t want to honor the heroes of this war, including the President, then I have two words for you JACK

FUCK YOU.

RWR

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A Hearty Welcome to Howard Dean

Posted by RightWingRocker on February 11, 2005

Howard Dean is taking over the DNC. This is the greatest thing to happen to modern conservatism since the election of the Republican Congress in 1994. This guy actually believes that his party doesn’t have to change its beliefs, just the way they are presented. Yeah, ok Howie. I’m glad you see that. It’s great to see someone with a decisive attitude at the helm of your party … aaaAAAAAAHHHHHH!!

Mr. Dean’s anti-American, anti-capitalist agenda could very well be the greatest thing ever to happen to the United States of America. Not because any of it could ever happen, but precisely because it couldn’t.

Think about it. Nothing this guy stands for even comes close to the founders’ philosophy, which is what created the Constitution. This guy’s wacko philosophy will ultimately result in more conservatives being elected to high office, more constitutionalist judges in the courts, and more dismantling of the socialism that has so hurt this great nation.

With Howard Dean running the opposition, conservatives will be able to do all the things we need to do to make America safer and more prosperous. This guy has no clue what America is all about, and America sees it.

Perfect.

RWR

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“Butterfly Kisses” – A Tribute

Posted by RightWingRocker on February 9, 2005

Well that last post, though necessary, was nowhere near my best work. Today, I offer a special tribute to the troops who are fighting for our freedom and safety in the War on Terror, and their families. These guys are doing the Lord’s work out there, and the families are as much a part of that work as they are.

I recently learned a young man whom I had the pleasure of having as a student of sorts was killed at 20 years old while dismantling a car bomb in Iraq. He is survived by a 19 year old wife and a baby who was just 10 weeks old at the time. This tragedy could not have affected a stronger family. Thank God the strength is there to carry them through.

Another friend was called to action from the National Guard. “Captain D” just returned in January from a tour of duty in the Middle East. His wife was charged with caring for their three children for over six months while he was away.

The sacrifices these families make for their country is as important as the ones made by the soldiers themselves. Someone has to care for the children of the soldiers. Someone has to comfort the widows and mothers of those who give the ultimate sacrifice. Someone has to be there to explain where Daddy is and why he is away, or why he won’t be coming home at all.

Someone has to be there to see the first board break at karate school or the first dismount from the balance beam; the first base hit or the first touchdown; the first broken arm or the first lost love. These are “Daddy things”, and there are thousands, if not millions more of them. This list is only the beginning.

Any time I hear the song “Butterfly Kisses”, I think of those daughters who don’t get to have Daddy take them on their first pony ride, or taste her first cake; those daughters who won’t have Daddy there to admire her wedding gown. These soldiers have sons as well, who may not get to have Daddy there when they first enjoy sports, or ride a motorcycle or help them learn to drive. Some of my fondest memories of childhood were my own father showing me how to hit a baseball. None of that for many of these soldiers’ children.

And the spouses … Can you imagine pledging your entire life to a person you love and then have them spend months at a time in harm’s way, or have them taken away from you altogether with so much of your life left to live? These sacrifices are as important and patriotic as those the soldiers make.

This is why it so enrages me when people go on TV, radio and online to trash the hard work these people do. Can it not be understood that without these sacrifices, these people might not even have the right to do what they do or say what they say? Can they not grasp the reality that we are fighting an enemy that wishes us all either dead or suffering under their extreme wacko philosophy? Can they not understand that if we allow them to do what they do and become more powerful now, it will be much more difficult to deal with them later, and at an even greater cost in both military and civilian lives? Are these people blind and stupid?

In this special tribute to the soldiers and their families, I cannot bring my true feelings on that matter forth, as the thought of what is really happening in America is truly too painful for such a somber moment. I will save it for another day. In the meantime, God Bless the United States of America, her President, her true allies, and those who defend her against those who would harm us (often giving their lives in the process), including those who sacrifice both time with their loved ones, and often their loved ones as well.

RWR

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Comminust Hispanic Caucus

Posted by RightWingRocker on February 7, 2005

OK OK Poking around on DU earlier today I came across some angry reference to Alberto Gonzales’s confirmation and how he couldnt even get the endorsement of the Congressional (Communist) Hispanic Caucus (as if he would want it). So I clicked the link they gave and it took me here.

Of course, after I read the entire text of the letter, I became curious as to the party distribution of the organization. I was not surprised to find that the four leading members were all Democrappers (three of them from the People’s Republic of California). Not only that, but ALL of the other seventeen members of the organization were also Demmies. Of course, Communist California Led the way with more members from that state than any other AFTER I had excluded the three leaders. These people have no clue whatsoever.

As the Senate considers the nomination of Alberto Gonzales to be the next Attorney General of the United States, we, on behalf of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC), wish to inform you that the CHC has not endorsed Mr. Gonzales.

Well … As an informed American knowing the background of the aforenamed organization, I can tell you that that is all the endorsement I need. Confirm him NOW.

Since its inception almost three decades ago, the CHC has served to advance the interests of the Hispanic community, which includes promoting the advancement of Latinos into high levels of public office.

Yeah all but the ones who ACTUALLY have power…

We have taken this responsibility seriously, and have accordingly developed a process to evaluate candidates for positions in the executive branch of the federal government. Such a process is critical to determining which candidates seek to hold office to serve the public interest rather than to promote their own personal interest. Our process has enabled us to endorse many exceptional Hispanic candidates. During the past four years, the CHC has proudly endorsed many judicial and executive branch nominees selected by President George W. Bush.

Yeah and just what does your “process” involve?? A candidate’s hearty endorsement of your socialist agenda?

One simple step in our process is a meeting with the nominee. Upon hearing of Mr. Gonzales’ nomination for Attorney General, we invited him to meet with the CHC to provide him with the opportunity to meet our Members, discuss issues important to the Latino community, and to seek our endorsement. We were informed that he wanted our support and for the past two months, we made every attempt to accommodate his schedule.

With all due respect, CHC, I think in all honesty he was just trying to be nice…

However, Mr. Gonzales ultimately chose not to avail himself of the courtesies we extended to him. We were last advised that Mr. Gonzales was simply too occupied with responding to written questions from the Senate Judiciary Committee and that we would instead have to wait to until after he was confirmed as Attorney General before being granted a meeting.

Look, idiots. This guy is going to be the attorney general of the United States. He does not need your endorsement, nor should he want it, given what you seem to stand for. Why in the world would he meet with a group of people hostile to his worldview? …

Let us be clear, our concern is not about whether the CHC is granted a meeting ‑‑ it is about Mr Gonzales’ unwillingness to discuss important issues facing the Latino community. His answers to these questions would give our community the information needed to form an informed opinion of his nomination. With so little time left before a Senate vote on Mr. Gonzales’ nomination, the Latino community continues to lack clear information about how the nominee, as Attorney General, would influence policies on such important topics as the Voting Rights Act, affirmative action, protections for persons with limited English proficiency, due process rights of immigrants, and the role of local police in enforcing federal immigration laws.

OK let’s see about your “issues facing the Latino community”, shall we?

You are asking about how Mr. G. would influence the things on your list. I’ve never met the guy and I can tell you exactly how he, as the nation’s top law enforcement officer, would influence these things:

Voting Rights Act – Everyone with the right to vote will get to exercise that right provided they obey the law in doing so. Sorry if you can’t handle the probable suppression of the dead vote, the illegal immigrant vote, the prison vote, and the repeat vote, but that’s the law … Get it?

Affirmative Action – Until this law is rules unconstitutional, as it should be, since it suppresses the pursuit of excellence of all Americans, Hipanics included, Mr. G. will enforce the law.

Protections for “persons” of limited English proficiency? You have got to be kidding. I sincerely hope you mean “citizens” of limited English proficiency. Non-citizens have no right to such protections. Mr. G. will protect ALL Americans in accordance with the law.

Due process of immigrants – This is a no-brainer, but I fear Mr. G. might just lean your way a little on this, because the President unfortunately seems to. What he SHOULD do is very simple. Process and admit legal immigrants. Arrest and deport illegal ones. We can no longer afford to just let any old Joe into the US across any border he wishes. We let about 20 of them in some years ago, and they hijacked a few planes and killed about 3,000 of our fellow Americans. I’m sure the two members of your organization that are from New York will gladly explain what happened that fateful day in September, 2001.

I’ll leave the local police/federal immigration laws stuff to Mr. G. at this point, sice I don’t live in a border state and I don’t know what the actual laws are or how they are supposed to be enforced, BUT I can tell you that whatever Mr. G. does, it will be in accordance with whatever the LAW says.

You see, this President chooses people who will do the job they are hired to do. Just because the you don’t like the laws that yuo have to obey doesn’t mean you get to complain about the guy enforcing them (like your party did with our previous attorney general).

We are disappointed and surprised that Mr. Gonzales has refused to meet with the CHC during the confirmation process. Much has been said about the historic nature of Mr. Gonzales’ nomination, as the first Hispanic to serve as U.S. Attorney General. However, the historic nature of this nomination is rendered meaningless for the Hispanic community when the nominee declines an opportunity to meet with the group of Hispanic Members of Congress who have worked for so many years to open the doors of opportunity to fellow Hispanics. If he is not willing to meet with the CHC, how responsive can we expect him to be to the needs of the Hispanic community?

Just what doors have you opened?? I’d love to know. The only thing I’ve seen you Demogogueacrats do is create expensive government programs that force more and more people into poverty every day. How does that open a door to a poor Hispanic who is now relegated to living on the mere pittance that the government pays him? I can’t see how it does. I suppose then we should ask how that would open a door for a middle-class (or as you lefties call the middle-class … “wealthy”) Hispanic who has to pay for that other Hispanic who doesn’t work becuase the government has conditioned him to believe that a government check is the only way he is to survive? Again, it doesn’t.

It’s time you losers understood the concept of what America is all about. We expect each person to take care of himself and his family. The government is not entitled to our money. It gets what WE allow it to have, not the other way around. We expect the government to enforce laws that we approve by our votes, whether by our vote for or against the law, or by our vote for or against the legislator. If you continue to try to climb into our wallets, our votes will be against you. That’s not a threat. That’s a promise.

Fuck you.

RWR

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Honored

Posted by RightWingRocker on February 5, 2005

WOW!

Less than a week after launch and less than a month of RightWingRocker antics on the web, this blog was linked by The Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler!!!!! This is an incredible honor, as I have been a fan of The Rott for as long as I have been reading blogs.

And I’d like to thank … (insert boring Stevie Wonder speech here) …

The Dark Side IS the freakin Good Side!

RWR

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Welcome home Captain D!

Posted by RightWingRocker on February 5, 2005

Well, we have been waiting for several months for the six-month tour of duty to end, and finally at work yesterday, I saw the face of the Captain! After six months of defending freedom in Egypt and other parts of the Middle East, Captain D. has returned home to NJ.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Captain, his unit, and all who serve in the US military for all the wonderful work they do in protecting American freedom against our enemies in the world. It is because of you that we have what we have and can do what we do (including having the free speech rights it takes to say what we want on our blogs!). Keep up the awesome work!

As for Captain D. …

My good friend, I absolutely cannot wait to see the pictures and hear the stories. You know how jealous I have been that you got to see the freakin’ PYRAMIDS! Everyone at the school is looking forward to your return there as well. Everyone there appreciates what you have done for us and for your countrymen.

Welcome back!

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An Iraqi Perspective: Pathetic Terrorists

Posted by RightWingRocker on February 3, 2005

I recently learned of the IRAQ THE MODEL blog on a local radio station. When I checked it out this morning, THIS is what I found. This is the most sickening and repulsive thing I have seen from the terrorasses is a long time.

When I see this kind of bullshit, I must first get past the sorrow for the family and friends of this poor young fellow. Once I do, I simply want the terrorasses dead. These are not humans. If they were human they would feel human compassion and have human emotions and recognize human nature. They do none of these things. Human companssion and emotions?? Cut me a FUCKING break. These animals KIDNAPPED A DOWNS KID and sent him in as a SUICIDE BOMBER on Iraq’s first election day ever.

Yeah, ok fucklizards. You are REALLY going to sell a lot of people on the idea of giving up on their natural yearning for freedom doing shit like that. It’s assholes like this that make me want to go and enlist in the US armed forces and get involved in covert operations so that I could have a hand in DESTROYING bastards like this.

Hey Al-Qaeda and ZarQUEERi – Can’t you fucking losers see that when you KIDNAP people (especially vulnerable people like those with Downs Syndrome) and FORCE them to go on suicide missions for you, it gets us all thinking about how many other suicide bombers also got involved in this fashion? Are you so blind that you can’t see that Iraqis and other reasonable people all around the world will just see this as yet another reason your idiocy has to be crushed?

And hey, Mr. bin Laden and Mrs. ZarQUEERi – If what you stand for is so wonderful that you think people should blow themselves up on your whim, why don’t you just do us all a favor and blow your own fucking sorry-ass souls into oblivion? Set the example for your “people”. In fact, let’s just designate a “Terrorist Day” and have all the terrorists in all your little organizations all around the world just get together in a big hole somewhere and just blow yourselves all to smithereens. Lead the world by your example! The virgins are waiting! Just do it and be done with it and let the rest of us get on with our lives as free people.

Eight million Iraqis have spoken. The heroes of the US Armed Forces are there to help any of you find your destiny. Let Iraq and the rest of the free people in the world get on with ours in peace.

Fucking scumbags. A fucking downs kid. Don’t you terrorist assholes have ANY shame? ANY SHAME AT ALL?

RWR

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Should the Sage Join the Blogosphere?

Posted by RightWingRocker on February 2, 2005

Post date changed to place it away from the top … Original post date 4/9/2005

Post here what you think of the Sage’s comments posted on our team blog.

RWR

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John Kerry – PLEASE shut up!

Posted by RightWingRocker on February 1, 2005

Geez … it could only have been a matter of time before ol’ John would open his mouth and have shit come out. On the very day that Iraq has its first elections, this fucking moron has to go on the TV and say we shouldn’t “overhype this election”. Change the outcome of the 2004 election and this would have been the most monumental thing the world had ever seen in his eyes, and it would have been listed as a major achievement of his first term in office when 2008 rolled around. BUT since he lost back in November (and can’t seem to get over it), he says it’s ” hard to say” that the election is legitimate.

I had the pleasure of hearing him say this IMMEDIATELY after I turned the station from Geraldo Rivera talking about how important this was and how cynical you would have to be not to recognize this. I couldn’t help but laugh. Mr. Kerry, your hate-America agenda is dead, not dying. Your words on Sunday just sealed your PERMANENT exclusion from the White House. Thank GOD (and one great nation under him) for that. Your hate for the President has forever done you in. BYE LOSER!!!

RWR

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Unblievable fuckwads – Originally from 01/22/2005

Posted by RightWingRocker on February 1, 2005

I watched a bit of President Bush’s speech the other day, and later made mention around a good friend of mine (a nonpolitical guy … this guy wouldn’t know a liberal from a conservative if they had a fight in front of him) that I thought the President was an excellent speaker.

Guys this speech was second to none … Even Reagan would have been proud of it … Several sites have rated it in the top 5 inaugural speeches ever given, and here my friend thinks I’m some kind of a nut for saying what I said … the funny thing was that I said what I said BEFORE all these other things were said about this speech. This President speaks with as much finesse as any other in history. Clinton never gave a speech as inspiring as this one. Carter? Cut me a fucking break. His speech-writers are as good as Reagan’s and he delivers every speech from the heart.

Perhaps my friend was talking about President Bush not as a speaker, but rather as a debater? I will concede that ol’ George isn’t the best at debating, but can it be argued under ANY set of circumstances that his speeches are anything less than inspired? What kind of fuckwad can close his mind to this?

Anyone who loves this country would stand tall when hearing this speech. Clinton couldn’t have given this speech. He didn’t believe any of what was said in it. Those who would dismantle America’s freedom whether foreign or domestic, will hate this speech because of its expression of faith in the people and their God.

It’s a good thing Americans have chosen this man as their leader. If his speech is any indication, he will lead us into a kind of prosperity the whole world will both admire and envy. The sad thing about that part of it is that we openly and willingly share our prosperity and our methods with anyone who wants them, yet very few have embraced them.

Our message to the world should be to dismantle ALL forms of socialism, turn your people free to reach their highest potential, enforce good laws based on principles of freedom, and enjoy the ride!

Any fuckwad who would say that the President isn’t a good speaker should, as my friend rightly seems to do, stay the fuck out of the political scene. These people should NEVER choose to vote, since they have NO FUCKING CLUE what they are talking about. I swear this guy looked at me like I had two freaking heads! This President will continue the success of President Reagan and bring America back to the place she belongs – the place envisioned by the founders.

RWR

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Adding Haloscan

Posted by RightWingRocker on February 1, 2005

The date on this post was also changed to move it to the bottom … Original post date: 3/26/2005.

Haloscan commenting and trackback have been added to this blog. Please post all new comments in this fashion, as new comments in the old fashion are now disabled on all posts. Old comments are available by reading the post page for each post. This can be done by clicking the title of each post.

RWR

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RWRules – Read Before Posting Comments

Posted by RightWingRocker on February 1, 2005

The date of this post has been changed to move it to the bottom. Its actual date of origin is 3/22/2005, and updated 3/30/2006…

It is unfortunate that I have to do this, but it seems people have to be rude, so I now have to impose rules on my commenters.

First of all, I have no problem with people using profanity on my blog. I believe that it is a healthy way to express oneself in all but the most stringent situations. I will NOT, however, allow profanity to be used in a way that is offensive to the opinions stated here, or the opinions of those who come to this blog to comment. For example, “What the fuck are you talking about?” will generally be tolerated, while “that is a fucking stupid thing to say” will generally not be tolerated. As for situations where people are told to “fuck off”, that comment is mine to make, exclusively.

I welcome the opinions of moonbats (Liberals). I do NOT welcome the opinions of trolls (people who just come by and throw around bullshit arguments without any basis for saying what they say). Exactly who is a moonbat and who is a troll is exclusively up to MY discretion, though it should be pretty easy for you to know which you are.

Personal attacks on me will be deleted. I do not subscribe to loony political views such as fascism or socialism. My political philosophy is that of a Constitutionalist, or of a “New Federalist”. Agreeing with the Founding Fathers does not make me a fascist or a socialist, since the Founding Fathers would have had nothing whatsoever to do with either of these, since they fly in in the face of any concept of a Bill of Rights. Off-topic posts will also be deleted. This is not a place for you to come trolling for hits to your blog, especially if I don’t know you.

Much discussion on this blog involves constitutional issues. Please do not quote the Preamble as a justification for your favorite socialist program. The Preamble is a philosophical statement of what everything you are about to read in the Constitution is supposed to accomplish. Do NOT try to use it alone as justification for your socialist ponzi schemes. From now on, my response to this will simply be “A/S (Article/Section), please,” and I’ll leave it at that. The Preamble to the Constitution does not give the federal government carte blanche to do whatever some communist thinks promotes the “General Welfare”. Get over it. Give me the actual Article and Section or just shut the fuck up.

Also, after a time, I will stop accepting new comments on posts. This is just because I want to work with the current posts and not have to worry about the old ones.

Again, I will decide who is a troll and who is a simple moonbat. However, if a reader asks that something be removed, and I believe that request has merit, I will delete the offending comment.

The bottom line is that this blog is my home on the web. If you don’t agree with me and want to engage in a constructive (yet sometimes vitriolic) discussion, feel free. If you are going to just sit there and be an asshole, I will send you packing, just like I would do if you had done so in my house.

With Haloscan comments, I reserve the right to edit your comment for whatever reason I wish, including my own selfish purposes. Think before you say something stupid.

The BlogRWRoll is not an entitlement. If you are on it, great. If not, it’s no reflection on you. I only blogroll those blogs that I read and/or comment on. No blog will be blogrolled without my ability to comment on it. Some really awesome blogs have lost a spot on my blogroll for this reason. Sorry. That’s just the way it is.

These rules are subject to change at my whim. If you don’t like it, FUCK OFF!

RWR

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