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RWR the Prophet?

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 31, 2006

The nutjobs over at DU, as quoted by PJ-Comix over at DUmmie FUnnies appear to be trying to bring about the final demise of the Donks.

The time has come for a party split. Progressive Democrats can more effectively leverage our numbers if we take the 20 odd senators and 80 or so reps and form a new party with better discipline and a unified party platform.

I’ve been predicting this for some time now, but don’t get excited just yet. Remember these are just a few nutjobs on an extreme Left-wing message board. These people do not wield enough influence with the Donks to make this happen. They do, however, have loud enough voices to persuade many of the extremist factions of the Democrat Party to spout off their socialist bullshit more loudly and frequently. This should get those who think clearly to become more serious about distancing themselves from the Donks, who will simply parrot the line given to them by these nutcases (that’s what they’ve been doing thus far, and there’s nothing to suggest that will change).

At that point, it will be put up or shut up time for the Republican Party. They’ll have to either become the conservatives they claim to be, or lose the Federalist faction within the party. Many of those in the Constitution and Libertarian Parties will join the cause, and the Republicans will rightly take their place as America’s liberal political party, as that will be the status they will have earned.

At any rate, it’s all kinds of fun watching the Donks go down. You can’t get stuff this funny on Comedy Central! Wouldn’t you agree?

RWR

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Done Deal

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 31, 2006

Samuel Alito was confirmed and sworn in today. No surprise. I called this one a long time ago.

Now everyone repeat after me …

Supreme … Court … Justice … Samuel … Alito.

See? That wasn’t so hard now, was it?

RWR

Update: John Hawkins gives us a Snoopy Dance …

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Sheehag for Senate?

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 30, 2006

Yeah, right!

Just when you thought the Sheehag had completely looned out, she starts saying she may run for Senate to replace the almost-as-loony Dianne Feinstein.

This is almost as funny as Weird Howard’s AAARRRGGGHH and problably just as funny as Al Frankenstein running for Senate in Minnesota.

On a more serious note, Frankenstein has a better chance in Minnesota than Sheehag has in California. First of all, she has to move there and live there a while, something I doubt she even knows. Then she has to beat Feinstein, a Donk bigwig for a long time with the power of incumbency and a shitload of California taxpayer money at her back (not to mention a whole mess of cash-ola pouring in from left-wing special interests, no doubt including George Sore-ass and Michael the Moron), in the primary election.

Second, if she’s fortunate enough to win that primary, she then must convince the taxpayers of California that she’s coherent enough to deserve the seat over whomever the Republican challenger is. A tough task indeed, even in California. She will sooner or later have to face the fact that her loony viewpoint won’t even attract California voters. Why does she think Feinstein voted for the things Sheehag is faulting her for? Because she sincerely agrees with the President? Well it’s possible, but more likely it’s because she likes her power and doesn’t want the voters in California to vote her out for not supporting the President on this crucial issue.

Sheehag has a snowball’s chance in hell of winning Feinstein’s Senate seat. Watching her try would be HILARIOUS.

Of course, the thought of Cindy Sheehan taking the Senate floor and spewing her diatribe is almost as humorous as the thought of Al Frankenstein doing the same. I have to make sure I’m not drinking in front of my computer when I think of it. I fear I may spill beer on my keyboard.

RWR

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Trying to Have a Relaxing Weekend

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 29, 2006

I doubt much is coming up here before Tuesday, due to work and recreational commitments, but I did take some time to tweak the template a little bit, as I decided I wanted to have “right side content”.

One question: Can someone help me figure out how to make the right side color go to the bottom like the left side does? I’ve tried everything I know, and I’m still stuck. Maybe it’s something I would know but just didn’t see?

My blogoversary post is just about ready. It’s nothing spectacular – just a chance to reflect and reminisce. And yes, Ol’ BC, there’s a link there to the first rant. I’ll have that up Tuesday morning.

In the meantime, enjoy the posts, especially my treasured “New Federalism” posts. The Donks are going down more quickly than anyone imagined, so the Right’s day of reckoning is approaching. If you think along the lines of the New Federalism, it may be a good time for you to join the cause.

RWR

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Do Animals have 2nd Amendment Rights?

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 27, 2006

I just can’t help myself. This made my day.

I didn’t read much yesterday, and today I get to PJ-Comix’s DUmmie FUnnies post and there he is …

RAMBO CAT


Don’t mess with this cat. He’s armed to the TEETH!

RWR

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Talk About Loony

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 25, 2006

My silence earlier today was manyfold, including having to re-format and insomnia problems tha I was trying to solve by reading more. I wound up sleeping VERY late and I’m sure I wouldn’t be sitting here tonight if the gig hadn’t been cancelled. Anyway…

Citizens’ Rent is a site I stop by every now and again just to see how the Left’s talking point du jour is playing with the moveon.org types. I wouldn’t give them the traffic, except that they do show pretty clearly, with their own words, just how fucked up their own point of view is. It’s both funny and frustrating at the very same time.

Their Bush-hate is so pronounced, they actually lump his moderate ass in with us conservatives, who are honest with the world about where and when we agree or disagree with the President rather than blindly toe the party line without real consideration for the facts or our own beliefs. It’s as if these people are programmed to believe that anyone not a Donk is evil or something.

While it’s healthy and good to distrust politicians and government, it is wrong to make false accusations and accuse officials of wrongdoing when they have followed the rules. Furthermore, it is wrong to wrongly accuse your opponent of wrongdoing while at the same time refusing to acknowledge the wrongdoing of those on your side.

Of course, it does get kind of funny reading this stuff, and it does make you wonder if maybe it’s a phony blog or something, like the Alito blog I brought up recently.

Anyway, here’s a little “Fisk” action, just in case these people are serious.

So Karl Rove says that Democrats have a “pre-9/11” view of the world. (WaPo article) He says that likes it’s a bad thing. But there’s something to recommend in a pre-9/11 mindset.

Something to recommend in a pre-9/11 mindset? THIS I gotta see …

Pre-9/11, we hadn’t invaded a country that didn’t have WMD on the basis of inaccurate intelligence and hyped threats.

First of all, until I see decisive proof to the contrary, I’m not buying that So-Damn-Insane didn’t have any WMD at all. There is considerable evidence that he moved his stash out of the country and/or hid it very well; and we know for a fact that he had used them on Iraqi civilians. That’s not even touching on the many ways that asshole was supporting terrorists and those who would do harm to Americans.

Pre-9/11, countries that represent real threats – Iran and N. Korea – were afraid of our military might.

And they still are. Do you think they’re talking shit to bring on a fight? As if they could win. Either or both of those governments are toast if they force us to fight, and they KNOW it. So do you, I think, if you have any sense at all. Even if they aren’t afraid of us, do you REALLY think either of them has a chance in a war with us?

Pre-9/11, we were the legitimate champions of human rights and the role model to the world on how to treat those detained in the course of war – we thought the Geneva Conventions mattered.

And we still are. Especially when you compare us to our enemy, who kills innnocents on purpose and does so in a particularly brutal fashion.

Pre-9/11, we had robust alliances with nations across the world, who cooperated with us on international issues that threatened us all.

We still do, though the allies have changed. Do you really beleive that the right thing to do should be determined by who is willing to stand with us? Get real.

Pre-9/11, we had an executive branch that seemed to believe it was subject to the law and not above it.

Yup, for about 9 months … and as far as anyone knows, has continued as such. Our president’s predeceesor committed perjury, with virtually no consequence at all. Then there were the other things that he WASN’T caught doing. It amazes me that the Left so conveniently leaves this stuff out.

Pre-9/11, civil liberties mattered and fear wasn’t sufficient reason to undermine the foundational principles of our country.

They still do, and will continue to do so, at least to the same degree or better than with the previous administration. Civil liberties were thrown to the wind in the 30’s, for the most part, and no Democrat is in a position to flap on about that.

Pre-9/11, Americans trusted that the checks and balances built into our democratic system would protect them from on over-reaching executive branch.

Unless you’re talking about a Senate that refuses to enforce perjury laws in an impeachment hearing, courts that make up law as they go, or a president using the IRS to harass and/or destroy his enemies.

Pre-9/11, we could criticize the government without being called treasonous or unpatriotic.

Yeah except when President Clinton blamed Tim McVeigh on conservatives. Guess you forgot about that one, huh.

Pre-9/11, we could meet peacefully to discuss how to fight the policies of the government without being spied upon and labeled a credible threat to the security of the United States.

And we still can, provided we’re not making or taking phone calls to or from terrorists. I would hope the Left isn’t THAT anti-American.

Before 9/11, we believed that a national tragedy like the 9/11 attacks would unite us and not divide us. We believed that we were a country with courage and conviction and not a country full of fear. We believed that we were a nation of principles that would guide us and unite us in times of threat. We believed in the power of the law to protect us and our way of life.

Before 9/11, we naively believed things like 9/11 couldn’t happen. WE WERE united by it, at least until the Donks decided to look for ways to use it to hurt conservatives. We ARE a country with courage and conviction. Even if you don’t like the President, can you really say he’s handling this in a way that is demonstrative of being “full of fear”? We ARE a nation of principles that guide us in times of threat. Just because you are afraid doesnt’ mean you have to be, and just because you are afraid doesn’t mean you would be any less so with your guy in the White House.

We believed in the power of the law to protect us and our way of life.

You wouldn’t know the American way of life if it stepped up and punched you in the eye.

It’s not 9/11 that destroyed those beliefs, that put replaced courage with fear, that made us a “might makes right” nation instead of a nation of laws. It’s not 9/11 that made civil liberties expendable, that made disagreement with the government treason, that weakened our authority in the world, that exhausted our military and cost so many lives in a part of the world that had nothing to do with 9/11.

We are a nation of laws whether you see it that way or not. “Might makes right” is not what’s being applied here. It’s defense of our nation and our way of life. Your “surrender monkey” buddies are full of shit. 9/11 didn’t make civil liberties expendable, the Raw Deal and the Great Socialism did. Disagreement with the government is not treason, but aiding and giving comfort to the enemy is. When you undermiune the war effort, you give aid and comfort to those who wish to hurt you, thus committing treason. Maybe we should send you over to hang out with them? I think ArmyBryan would disagree with your analysis of the military. I’ll definitely take his word over yours. If you think Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11, you are naive. At the very least, he fed the mindset that such actions would promote the goals of jihadists in the world.

That wasn’t 9/11. That was Bush. That was the Republicans. And if signing on to the Bush agenda is what it takes to qualify as having a “post-9/11 mindset”, I’ll stick to pre-9/11. I’ll choose courage over fear, liberty over safety, law over force, and truth over expediency. I choose to continue to believe in what makes this country different – and I’ll fight for it. That’s my pre-9/11 mindset.

Stick to pre-9/11 if you want. Live in the past if it suits you. Be a walking breathing talking point for Weird Howard if that’s what you want. Pretty convenient, huh? Let the Donks do your thinking for you. However, choosing courage over fear is post-9/11 and pro-Bush. Truth over expediency is conservative, and I’d say our liberal Republican President is considerably more conservative than you.

Signing on to the Bush agenda has nothing to do with the post-9/11 mindset. Anyone who’s read this blog for more than a week knows I’m not a “signer” of the Bush agenda. Liberal laws like the Patriot Act are more along the lines of the things your side has advocated than ours.

And what makes this country different and great is freedom, which your side has dismally failed to fight for for 100 years. So you can take your pre-9/11 mindset and shove it up your ass.

RWR

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Alito’s Best Endorsement Yet

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 25, 2006

I’m almost embarrassed.

I got a link from one of my daily reads to another of my daily reads. Emperor Misha linked over to Jay at Stop the ACLU with a sentiment that would have, could have, should have, come from my pen.

I was going to post something on my joy at seeing Judge Alito passing the three ring clownhat circus, and maybe add a few words on why I think he’ll make a great Supreme Court Justice, but he just got the most important endorsement yet.

The ACLU are pissed off.

There’s my litmus test for you.

If the ACLU had endorsed him (but let’s not demonize them, they do great work after all), I’d be howling for his head on a platter.

But anybody who pisses off the America-hating Communist Lickspittles’ Union is a friend of mine.

OK, OK, substitute “American Cock Lickers’ Union”, as I often do. The sentiment is the same.

Emperor, you have hit it on the head yet again.

RWR

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RWS on the President’s Speech

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 24, 2006

RightWingSparkle has taken a moment to comment on the President’s recent speech about NSA al-Qaeda surveillance program.

My only comment has to do with the President’s postition, “If I wanted to break the law, why was I briefing Congress?”

Taking a cynical position, as the old Sage would, it is entirely possible that a President and Congress could break the law together. For example, if this program was designed to spy not on al-Qaeda, but on Americans, then by passing those provisions of Congress’s authorization for military force, Congress would be breaking the law. A president who used the law to that end would be doing the same. If the President were breaking the law with the consent of Congress, then it wouldn’t much matter why he would be briefing Congress, since they would be merely sharing information about their collaborative lawbreaking. Of course, this is nothing more than a hypothetical.

Now, in support of the President:

The Constitution grants the president broad powers as commander-in-chief of the armed forces. Spying on those who would harm Americans easily falls under that jurisdiction, as the armed forces’ function is to secure the right of the people to life, liberty, and property. Knowing what our enemies are up to is clearly part of that function.

I find it quite interesting that those whose rights are being protected by this action, including many involved in approving the program and had briefings on it, are the ones crying like spoiled little babies. They support the President when they think it’s politically expedient, and change their tone entirely when they think it’s not. I can’t give them much credit for their judgment. What’s politically expedient is often at odds with what is in the Constitution and what’s best for America.

Oh yeah, and what Donks think is politically expedient is often at odds with what is politically expedient. Americans are an intelligent lot, and can see right through this bullshit.

Thank God for Weird Howard. He keeps it funny.

RWR

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Sorry ‘Bout the Light Monday

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 23, 2006

I figured today I’d have something of note; but I got real busy around the school, and when I got to surfing there really wasn’t much that caught my fancy.

I did enjoy PJ-Comix’s insight over at DUmmie FUnnies, but those threads take a while to get through and there’s seldom time to do much with them. I do recommend DUmmie FUnnies as a daily read. Just be careful if you’re eating lunch or having something to drink, ’cause it could wind up all over your keyboard.

Hopefully tomorrow will be a little easier. Once Wednesday night hits, it’s going to be difficult to know much about anything, let alone write about it.

RWR

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Expect a light week

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 22, 2006

This will be a very busy week musically.

Going into the studio and carrying a heavy performance load, as well as keeping things afloat at the day job.

I expect things to start getting REALLY busy around Wednesday, but I will try (operative: TRY) to have something up as often as I can.

Just wanted to let yas know.

RWR

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Free Jilly

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 20, 2006

Even the Sunnis are calling for Jill Carroll’s release.

They’re also calling for the US to stop arresting Iraqi women.

I’m not sure exactly which women are being arrested, but i guarantee they’re being treated a whole lot better than Miss Carroll. There hasn’t been a single documented case of even one Iraqi captive having his/her head sawed off, or even the threat thereof. Or at least not that I know of.

If Americans are arresting Iraqi women, it’s because they are involved in terrorist activity. If they are involved in terrorist activity, I’m not interested in seeing them released any day soon. People involved in terrorist activity, male or female, are the enemy, and must be treated as such. Jill Carroll is a reporter for Christian Science Monitor, on whose website I wasn’t able to find much in the way of bias, if anything. The closest thing to any bias was a set of quotes from a group of human rights organizations:

“The American freelance journalist is known for her extreme sympathy towards the Iraqi people and opposition to their suffering since the outbreak of the war and the invasion of Iraq,” they wrote. The groups “plead for her release as a sign of [her captors’] good intentions and in respect to a journalist highly respected by all…. The Christian Science Monitor has been known for its objectivity … in covering Iraq,” the human rights groups wrote.

Extreme sympathy and opposition to suffering could be taken either way, but could be a sign of Jill being biased towards the terrorists. If she’s biased towards the terrorists, why have they taken her captive and threatened to kill her? I think we all know why. It’s that picture of that darned Eagle on her passport. I doubt there’s much in the way of “good intentions” coming from Jill’s captors, especially given her possible sympathy for their side. Even the Sunnis are calling for her release. Of course, the terrorists treating one of their own sympathizers (if, in fact, she is one) makes the point I’ve been making all along.

These people don’t give a rat’s ass what your political persuasion is. They hate ALL Americans, liberal and conservative alike. These turdlickers would saw Weird Howard’s head off in a second, and the Sheehag immediately after that. Jack Murtha? They’d use his as a bowling ball after the deed was done. These people are not human – they’re animals. Yet their inhuman asses are treated with dignity and respect in captivity, while they kidnap and brutalize innocent people when allowed to do so.

If this evil deed is done, I hope it’s videotaped and shown on TV for the world to see. There can never be enough anger for those who commit these heinouos acts.

RWR

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Mexican Soldiers/Drug Smugglers at the Border

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 20, 2006

Helicopter patrols along the Arizona border are showing Mexican military convoys lining up at dusk. They are allegedly delivering drugs into the US.

The U.S. Border Patrol recently warned agents in Arizona of military incursions by Mexican soldiers “trained to escape, evade and counter-ambush” if detected, according to the Times.

Renzi said that during a helicopter tour of the Arizona border last month, he saw military-style humvees lining up at dusk just south of the border to move drugs into the U.S.

“The Border Patrol knows they’re coming but they are outmanned and outgunned,” said Renzi. “We need military technology to combat these military operations.”

The Mexican government denies any military incursions into the US, saying drug smugglers are using military-style clothing and vehicles to confuse border patrol agents.

Well, I have a solution in mind. We have a few military-style vehicles available and some cammy-clad asskickers to drive them. I guarantee they won’t be outgunned by the Mexicans, whether they be actual military personnel or impostors. We won’t even have to use our big guns to take them out. The AZ National Guard could probably handle it themselves. If not, just park a few Apaches along the border and wait. This isn’t brain surgery. Even a military dunce like me can figure out how to handle this.

And what the hell is the Mexican government going to do? They’re already pushing their luck insisting we allow illegals into the country who aren’t breaking any other laws. Do you really think they’re going to take a stand and defend members of their own military (or worse, those masquerading as their own military) taking up arms and smuggling drugs into the US as well?

If our leaders really want to solve this problem, along with terrorism, they really should be talking with their “friends” in Mexico about collaborative efforts between our respective armed forces to keep illegals (especially those trafficking illegal drugs) from crossing into the US. If these incursions continue, we would have every right to fly a few warplanes over Mexico City to send a message. If the incursions continue after that, I’d say it’s time to pull the plug on diplomacy with Mexico, and start pulling a few triggers as well.

RWR

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Osama Offers a Truce – How Quaint

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 19, 2006

Bin Laden Warns of Attacks, Offers Truce
By LEE KEATH, Associated Press Writer

CAIRO, Egypt – Al-Jazeera on Thursday aired an audiotape purportedly from Osama bin Laden, who says al-Qaida is making preparations for attacks in the United States but offering a truce “with fair conditions.”

“Fair conditions”? Bin Laden’s offering to turn himself in and be tried by a war crimes tribunal? I doubt it.

The tape’s release came days after a U.S. airstrike in Pakistan that was targeting bin Laden’s deputy, Ayman al-Zawahri, and reportedly killed four leading al-Qaida figures, including possibly al-Zawahri’s son-in-law. There was no mention of the attack on the segments that were broadcast.

KABOOM!

It was the first purported tape from the al-Qaida leader in more than a year – the longest period without a message since the Sept. 11 2001 suicide hijackings in the United States.

Bin Laden would be best off just to shut up altogether.

The tape appeared to have been made since late November. The speaker refers to an alleged comment by President Bush about bombing the Qatar headquarters of Al-Jazeera, which was first reported in the British press on Nov. 22.

Too bad he didn’t just level the place. It would have made more sense.

He also refers indirectly to the July 7 bombings in London that killed 56 people and to poll numbers that showed a fall in Bush’s popularity, as occurred in late 2005.

Poll numbers that are totally irrelevant, given that President Bush doesn’t face the voters again. Thanks for the bombings in London, by the way, Osama. They’ve further solidified our Alliance with the Brits.

The voice on the tape said he was directing his message to the American people after polls showed that “an overwhelming majority of you want the withdrawal of American troops from Iraq but (Bush) opposed that desire.”

Osama, when you are a citizen of this country, you will have the authority and the right to comment on any polls taken here. Until then, kindly shut the fuck up.

He said insurgents were winning the conflict in Iraq and warned that security measures in the West and the United States could not prevent attacks there.

First of all, there are no “insurgents” in Iraq. The people fighting there are NOT Iraqis. They are terrorists from other countries sent there to fight for al-Queerda. If these asshats were winning, there would have been little or no turnout in any of the recent elections. Once again, Osama, you lose. As to preventing attacks here in America, we will prevent as many of them as we can, and we will avenge those that we can’t, Sheehag be damned. Just be sure you keep that bulls-eye we have painted on your face in plain view, ok?

“The proof of that is the explosions you have seen in the capitals of European nations,” he said “The delay in similar operations happening in America has not been because of failure to break through your security measures. The operations are under preparation and you will see them in your homes the minute they are through (with preparations), with God’s permission.”

Well, there you go. As if you’ve had God’s permission for any of your shenanigans. If you want to keep feeding the world’s sentiment against you, you just go right ahead blowing people up and pissing off their families and countrymen. Paper tiger, my ass.

The speaker did not give conditions for a truce in the excerpts aired by Al-Jazeera.

Probably because Al-Jazeera knew not to bother broadcasting them because they were unacceptable anyway.

“We do not mind offering you a long-term truce with fair conditions that we adhere to,” he said. “We are a nation that God has forbidden to lie and cheat. So both sides can enjoy security and stability under this truce so we can build Iraq and Afghanistan, which have been destroyed in this war.

OK, so lying and cheating is a problem, but encouraging people to blow themselves up and kill other people is just peachy?

Oh, and while we’re at it, can you please explain how your assessment of the “insurgency” in Iraq “winning” is anything other than a lie? Face it, lipschitz. You’re getting your Islamofascist ass kicked.

“There is no shame in this solution, which prevents the wasting of billions of dollars that have gone to those with influence and merchants of war in America,” he said.

Billions of dollars squashing your sorry ass and everything it stands for is, in my view, money well spent.

There was no immediate confirmation of the tape’s authenticity, although the voice resembled that of bin Laden’s in previous messages.

The last audiotape purported to be from bin Laden was broadcast in December 2004 by Al-Jazeera. In that recording, he endorsed Abu-Musab al-Zarqawi as his deputy in Iraq and called for a boycott of Iraqi elections.

Your “insurgency” didn’t win that day. And it won’t win the next time Iraq goes to the polls, either.

Since then, bin Laden’s deputy in al-Qaida, Ayman al-Zawahri, has issued a number of video and audiotapes, including one claiming responsibility for the London attacks, which he said came after Europe rejected the terms of a truce al-Qaida had previously offered them.

And after which the Brits just kept doing the right thing, to their credit. Fuck you and the goat you fucked last night, Osama.

Al-Jazeera’s editor-in-chief Ahmed al-Sheik would not comment on when or where the tape was received. He said the full tape was 10 minutes long. The station aired four excerpts with what it “considered newsworthy,” he said, but would not say what was on the remainder.

Ain’t that just like network news! Al-Jazeera must be reading CBS’s playbook. Ten minutes of tape, and they air only four excerpts – the ones THEY considered newsworthy.

A couple of points:

1. The only “fair conditions” involved in any truce will include Osama turning himself in for trial and the halting of all terrorist activity performed in his name.

2. The rebuilding of Iraq and Afghanistan is going along just fine, despite Osama’s efforts to derail it.

3. Killing their loved ones and countrymen and/or threatening to do so does not scare free people into submission. It scares them into resolve.

4. Even some of the most loony of anti-war Donks aren’t advocating a sudden pullout from Iraq. Everyone recognizes the need to finish the job there.

5. Frankly, our military, the finest the world has to offer, is one of the few things we spend big bucks on that’s authorized by the Constitution. If a shitload of cash-ola winds up in the hands of the “merchants of war”, and those “merchants” are able to keep terrorists at bay, then so be it. That’s what we spend the money for.

So Osama can ask for a truce if he wants. He can even pretend he’s winning the war and try to scare Americans into accepting his “fair conditions”, whatever they may be. Fact is, he’s not getting one and Americans won’t back down just because he says our President is full of shit. He may very well be. But I’ll take him (or Clinton, for that matter) over Osama, any day.

RWR

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Hitlery: Bush “Downplaying” Iran Threat

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 19, 2006

NewsMax is reporting today that Hitlery is at some whining. As if her recent “plantation” remarks weren’t enough to get us all rolling our eyes indefinitely.

The gist of this outpouring of love from our liberal friend seems to revolve around the administration allowing some European powers to take the lead in negotiating and persuading Iran to stop its nuclear program, thus costing valuable time in dealing with Iran.

Tehran should have been on the receiving end of a few hundred Tomahawk missles a long time ago, so on the surface, it would seem that she has a point. Except for one thing.

Whatever happened to being patient and letting the UN (foreign powers just like Germany and France) take the lead in negotiating and persuading Iran (as they wanted him to do with Iraq) to comply with its own agreements and UN resolutions? Whatever happened to taking the time to “let diplomacy work” before taking more serious actions?

In this case, the administration did exactly what it was bitched out for not doing the last time around. Mark my words. The rest of the Donks, especially the loudmouthed loonies like Sheehag and Weird Howard, will pick up on this and start acting like warmongers just to sound like Hitlery. It will be pretty funny to watch.

In the Donks frantic stabbing around for the truth, they have punctured the very heart of their agenda. Their desire for rampant socialism has taken the back seat to opposing anything coming from our moderate president. If President Bush or anyone with an “R” after his name proposes it and/or sees to its passage, it’s wrong, even if it advances the same blatant socialism they advocate.

Even in a situation such as this, where the President did exactly what they wanted him to do last time around, they couldn’t see fit to even mention that he tried to do what they had been calling “the right thing”.

That’s a major difference between Liberals and Conservatives today. Liberals blindly oppose anything conservatives do, even if it’s in line with their own philosophy, while conservatives give credit where it’s due. Some Democrat starts working to dismantle the socialist machine, and you had better believe he/she will receive conservative support.

Don’t expect it any day soon, especially from Hitlery.

RWR

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KABOOM – Terrorist Confirmed Killed

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 18, 2006

OK OK so we took a little hit politicaly for the missile attack in Pakistan. Big deal.

We didn’t get Zawahiri … but we got his buddy. This guy was scum, and I’m glad he’s dead.

A good terrorist is a DEAD terrorist.

Midhat Mursi, 52, also known as Abu Khabab al-Masri, was identified by Pakistani authorities as one of three known al Qaeda leaders present at an apparent terror summit conference in the village of Damadola.

Abu Khabab will now be known as SHISH Khabab. I hope he enjoys his eternity of pushing up virgin daisies. Goat-fucker.

The United States had posted a $5 million reward for Mursi’s capture. He is described by U.S. authorities as the man who ran al Qaeda’s infamous Derunta training camp in Afghanistan, where he used dogs and other animals as subjects of experiments with poison and chemicals.

Somehow I doubt the “animal rights” crowd is about to start supporting the war now. I don’t oppose experimenting on animals if it’s done with the objective of saving human lives or making them better, but for what purpose did these dogs suffer? Inflicting maximum pain, suffering, and death upon human beings. I hope this loser gets fed to the same dogs he’s been torturing … AFTER he’s been bathed in pig’s blood, of course. Canines do so love pork. Oh wait, that’s politicians … I keep getting those two confused.

RWR

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Al Gore’s Hypocrisy Exposed

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 18, 2006

I have a message for Al Gore.

If you are going to throw stones, please make sure you aren’t hanging out in a glass house.

It seems Al Gore, while vice president, led a secret surveillance effort – not for spying on terrorists or other enemies of the people, but on all Americans.

I believe that some good ol-fashioned surveillance of the 19 foreign terrorists known to be in the US may have stopped 9/11, and that spying on known terrorists in the US is a good thing.

Regardless of whether you agree with that, it is constitutionally unfathomable that Mr. Gore’s “Clipper” project could be construed as legal.

At this point, Mr. Gore no longer holds public office, and his “Clipper” program is dead. As far as we know right now, no harm was done. But when will these liberals understand that they can’t just hurl accusations and complaints around when people can easily check their records and show that liberals have done the same and, as is the case here, FAR WORSE?

Mr. Gore, you are lucky you are not sitting in jail for your aiding and abetting enemies of the US as vice president. You cannot defend Clipper. Your best bet, at this point, is to keep your trap shut so that people don’t call you on your hipocrisy.

RWR

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Weathered In

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 18, 2006

Nearly got killed by a crosswind on the way to work this morning, so I called out and came home.

I wil probably just use the day to relax and catch up on some reading. I’ll put up a post in a little bit, then decide how much blogging I’ll do today.

RWR

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Post # 250 – The Iraq-Al Qaeda Connection

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 17, 2006

W. Thomas Smith, Jr. documents the many connections between Saddam and al-Qaeda.

Some seriously chilling stuff.

Still, I suppose the ‘bats will call it a bunch of lies. Lying about America’s success when they’re not at the helm is what they do best …

RWR

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Most Underrated Blogs

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 17, 2006

John Hawkins at RightWingNews links over to Polipundit, who’s looking to make a list of underrated blogs.

Hey now. No matter where you fall on the spectrum, you gotta be looking to put the RWRepublic on the “most underrated” list, wouldn’t you say?

There’s only one way to get anything on these lists, folks. People have to go to there and tell them. So link up to Polipundit and RWN and let them know!

RWR

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Hitlery Opens Mouth, Inserts Foot

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 17, 2006

I guess no one should be surprised Hitlery showed up at a racist love-in on Martin Luther King Day. No one should be surprised that she was given a chance to speak at an event that called for the review of cases involving memebers of known hate groups.

I’m not even sure anyone should be surprised that she had a few racist words of her own to deliver, but with the press and cameras there, I do think even her asshole husband would have been more tactful.

We have a culture of corruption, we have cronyism, we have incompetence. I predict to you that this administration will go down on history as one of the worst that has ever governed out country.

This from one of the most corrupt and incompetent people ever to hold office. This from someone who couldn’t find a set of billing records that somehow magically showed up in an obvious place. Yeah, ok, Hitlery, like you’re one to talk.

But that’s not even the worst of it. Here’s a simple question she got:

I need you to tell us what distinguishes Democrats from Republicans right now.

This is a question I have answered here in plain English with complete clarity and truth. She saw it fit not only to avoid answering the question, but to make unsubstantiated accusations of racism:

When you look at the way the House of Representatives has been run, it has been run like a plantation and you know what I’m talking about…

I can’t wait to see some wacko Donks try and tell us that there was something else involved in that “plantation” remark. I can’t wait to see how they justify this.

Hitlery will likely come up with some bullshit about how she knows how plantations were run, and that this really had nothing to do with race, but with something that was wrong with the inner workings of a Southern plantation. We all know what she was saying and what she was trying to do.

When the “Reverend” Al Sharpton hosts an event, it’s seldom anything other than a gathering of racists trying to make themselves out to be victims, when it’s their own ignorance that’s at fault. Me personally? I’d have treated this event the same way President Bush treated Yasser Arafat. I wouldn’t get involved with prominent racists, just like Mr. Bush wouldn’t get involved with prominent terrorists. If Hitlery doesn’t want to be labelled a racist, she should have had her own event with non-racist people as speakers, or at least have stood up for the true vision of Dr. King by denouncing the racism that was being spewed. She did neither.

The Republicans would be wise to save the video from this event. It could be very helpful in the future.

RWR

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