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US Airways Flight 300

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 28, 2006

How undeniably cute. They’re having a “pray-in”.

WASHINGTON, Nov. 22 /U.S. Newswire/

The “pray-in” is in response to US Airways’ removal of Imam Omar Shahin and five other Imams traveling from a religious leader’s conference in Minnesota. Three of the Imams were observed praying prior to departure. Subsequent to boarding the plane, the six were removed from the flight, handcuffed, and detained in the airport for questioning for over five hours. Upon release, US Airways and other airlines refused to allow them to purchase tickets for other scheduled flights to Phoenix.

“The detention of these religious leaders, and the refusal of the airline to allow them travel, is a gross example of blatant Islamophobia and the violation of the civil rights of Muslim passengers”, said Imam Mahdi Bray, executive director of the Muslim American Society Freedom Foundation.

“The last time I checked, public prayer was still protected by the U.S. Constitution, which guarantees freedom of religion and speech. It’s a shame that as an African-American and a Muslim I have the double whammy of having to worry about driving while Black and flying while Muslim. We charge the airline with not only discrimination, but with an action that is insulting and demeaning to these Muslim religious leaders, and to all people of faith.”

The MAS Freedom Foundation, and many in the interfaith and civil rights community, feel strongly that in addition to religious discrimination, the issue involving the six Imams is also a religious freedom issue. We have forwarded the case to several prominent civil and constitutional rights attorneys and legal scholars.

Can you believe this shit? These guys go about engaging in suspicious behavior and expect to get brownie points from eveyone else when they get their sorry asses tossed from the plane.

Oh yeah, Shahin forgot to tell you (and so did the above article) exactly WHY he and his terror cohorts were cuffed and questioned. Let me enlighten you, ok?

Muslim religious leaders removed from a Minneapolis flight last week exhibited behavior associated with a security probe by terrorists and were not merely engaged in prayers, according to witnesses, police reports and aviation security officials.

That’s right. In addition to praying pretty loudly, these fuckwarts were shouting “ALLAH” when their flight was called, switches from their assigned seats to seats that coincided with a pattern known to be used by terrorists during attacks, requested unneeded seat-belt extenders, and talking in Arabic and English about al-Qaeda and Osama bin Laden.

Look. Praying in public is no more harmful than carrying a gun in public. But you don’t walk into a bank in the middle of summer wearing a ski mask and carrying a brown paper bag and not expect to arouse serious suspicion and most likely walk out of the place in handcuffs, even if you don’t try to rob the place.

Likewise, if you’re in an airport or on a plane and you’re acting like a terrorist, you should expect to be treated like one. Committing acts of terorism is NOT protected under the First Amendment. So you imams can just go fuck yourselves, ya hear? Kiss my ass – and Pope Benedict’s while you’re at it.

These people have a lot of fucking balls.



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Paul Jacob’s Latest Grand Slam

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 27, 2006

No time to blog about it.  Just go read it.

I’m off to take out the stress on some unsuspecting bowling pins.


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Stress …

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 27, 2006

The confusion created when the mind overrides the body’s basic desire to choke the living shit out of some asshole who desperately needs it…

I got back into reading yesterday, but just couldn’t get the time to make a post out of anything. I’ve encountered just about every kind of stress imaginable in the last week – work stress, money stress, relationship stress, family stress, idiots on the highway stress, house stress – you name it.

It’s bad enough to give a guy a sinking feeling in the soul that even God himself has trouble helping with.

Nonetheless, I will try to get something up today, even if it’s not too good.

Please bear with me.


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Not Feeling Up To It

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 24, 2006

For personal reasons, I will be taking today, and possibly the rest of the weekend, off.

Hit up the BlogRWRoll if you would, please.



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Happy Thanksgiving!

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 22, 2006

I’m here today to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving.  I’ll probably take tomorrow off to enjoy some family time, but do take the time to check out these links (one from here and one from Human Events Online) and make sure you know exactly what we are celebrating.  Even if you do know, the posts are informative and inspiring.

RWR, 3/10/2005

Mike Franc, Human Events Online, 11/21/2005

Happy Thanksgiving!


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Shhh …

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 21, 2006

Be vewwy vewwy quiet …

I’m huntin’ wabbits!

Seriously, I didn’t post after the “How to Slap the Donks” post for a while mainly because I wanted it to be seen, and I had some blogger-block (in addition to a really busy weekend and rough day yesterday). I’ll get to work on putting something together today!

Look up here in a few.


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How to REALLY Slap the Donks

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 16, 2006

I was thinking today about the Democratic Party and its ever-so-slight move to the right, as evidenced by the Donks’ selection of a more moderate Majority Leader than was expected.  I thought about a post I did back in March regarding just how far to the left they have gone in their history.

Today, I have a proposal for the Republicans – one which would be largely embraced by Libertarians and Constitutionites (if the Republicans really want the conservative vote):

Show America and the world what a huge difference there is between the original Democratic Party and the Donks of today.  Show just how far they have strayed from their roots.  ADOPT THE 1840 DEMOCRATIC PARTY PLATFORM as the Republican Platform for 2008!

America has strayed from her constitutional roots to the point of outright stupidity, largely because of programs brought on by Democrats in the 20th Century.  A move to renew our commitment as Americans to the ideals of the Founding Fathers by renewing our commitment to the Constitution and re-implementing its limits would resonate LOUDLY with the American electorate.  Of course, implementing said platform would be necessary, and would succeed beyond anyone’s expectations – therefore permanently washing away the current gang of socialist Donks and whatever credibility they think they have.  Use their own party’s history to defeat them.

Or are you guys afraid to look at a winning strategy and go with it?


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Defending Libertarians

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 15, 2006

John Hawkins took a shot at the Libertarian Party this week. For the most part, he was spot on, but did stray from reality somewhat in an update (PS #2):

I know some people might say that if the Libertarian Party gathers a high percentage of the vote, it forces the two mainstream parties to try to go after their voters, but that’s not true, because Libertarians have beliefs that are so far out of the mainstream that it’s impossible to try to cater exclusively to them. When you’re talking about people (many of them at least) who favor legalizing crack and prostitution, favor open borders, favor abortion without restriction, gay marriage, essentially oppose any and all government intelligence programs designed to stop Al-Qaeda from killing Americans, then it’s practically a given that no politician can make them happy on most issues without alienating 90% of the general public at the same time. Since, as a politician, you know going in that you can’t truly make Libertarians happy, all you can do to reach out to Libertarians is emphasize any parts of your platform where you happen to agree with them and hope they don’t notice everything else.

Libertarians aren’t looking for people to “cater exclusively to them.” Just ask Sage sometime when you find him lurking in the comments section.

Legalizing prostitution has been quite successful in Nevada, so demonizing them for advocating that is stupid at best.

While I don’t agree with the libertarian position on drugs at this time, I can see very well their point. Much effort and money has been spent trying to get people to avoid drugs and to no avail whatsoever. It could even be argued that the “war on drugs” has inspired people to try the “forbidden fruit” and caused an increase in illegal drug use, not because people like it any more, but rather because it is illegal in the first place.

While I’m on the fence about whether drugs should be legal, I definitely believe that the consequences of people’s drug use should be their own to deal with. If you ruin your life by using drugs, then you deal with it. It’s not the job of the American taxpayers to take care of you.

I don’t know any Libertarians who favor open borders, though I will admit to knowing only about three of them. The most staunch Libertarian I know (unless I’m mistaken) has advocated sending the US military to the border to deal with illegal aliens. I know he doesn’t favor “open borders” or amnesty.

Abortion without restriction and gay marriage are matters best left to the states, though I would support a Constitutional amendment defining marriage as one man to one woman simply to avoid the problems that could arise should these people move from one state to another. Libertarians favor unrestricted abortion because they don’t believe the government should involve itself in people’s private lives (I disagree with them on the grounds that abortion interferes with the private life of the baby that dies in an abortion). Libertarians, I think, would agree with me on gay marriage, at least to the point of leaving it in the hands of the states. I see nothing “loony” about these positions save for the disregard of the rights of a child who is killed in an abortion.

Libertarians don’t support spying on al-Qaeda because they have an isolationist view of things. While I do not share this position, it’s quite common among Democrats and Republicans alike, so I’m not exactly sure what Hawk’s beef is with them here, either.

In the comment area, I posted the following, which, strangely enough, drew not a single response:

Since, as a politician, you know going in that you can’t truly make Libertarians happy, all you can do to reach out to Libertarians is emphasize any parts of your platform where you happen to agree with them and hope they don’t notice everything else.

Actually, all it would really take to impress most libertarians would be to make sure you backed up every policy position you had with a statement explaining how you figured it was duly authorized by the Constitution.


by RightWingRockerUSA on 2006-11-14 14:16:30

This is the essence of the Libertarian Party and the positions most Libertarians make. They want the Constitution respected and followed.

Look at every point above that Hawkins makes. Apply the Constitution to each thing. You will find that most of these positions that HAWKINS takes has questionable constitutionality. Legalizing crack, prostitution, abortion, gay marriage, and being skeptical of spy programs that could inadvertently involve spying on innocent Americans are all presented as being “out of the mainstream”, yet some of these things are legal and not causing much in the way of problems, and it’s not like the Libertarians are making their decisions without first consulting the Constitution.

My point in the comment, of course, was that Libertarians would most likely be more than willing to listen to an opposing view if people would only demonstrate exatly how their position would be justified under the Constitution. They love sprited debate and thinking about other people’s opinions just as much as the rest of us.  They aren’t a bunch of hard-heads who are looking for people to cater to their every position exclusively.

Hawkins does note that this piece was meant for the Libertarian Party and not Libertarians in general, but who exaclty votes for Libertarian candidates? LIBERTARIANS IN GENERAL. Therefore, his discalimer had to be taken with a grain of salt.  Libertarians are a whole lot closer to the truth than Republicans or Democrats quite a bit of the time.


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Ahmagaynutjob’s at it Again

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 13, 2006

Via RWN:

Ahmadinejad: Israel’s destruction near

Published: 11.13.06, 08:53

According to the Iranian media Monday, Iranian President Mahoud Ahmadinejad declared that Israel was destined to ‘disappearance and destruction’ at a council meeting with Iranian ministers.

“The western powers created the Zionist regime in order to expand their control of the area. This regime massacres Palestinians everyday, but since this regime is against nature, we will soon witness its disappearance and destruction,” Ahmadinejad said. (AFP)

Ya gotta hand it to this idiot. He does love to talk shit.

The Donks haven’t even been sworn in, and here’s Ahmagaynutjob already threatening our allies. As if Israel needed their sorry Donk asses (or Bush’s for that matter).

The Israelis are quite capable of taking care of themselves. I don’t see the need for the US to do anything other than sit back and watch Israel wipe Iran off the map for us. The Iraqis will have a new close ally in the region, one with the actual balls to stand up to the Iranians and finish the job. An ally the Iraqis can count on to bury the terrorists and kill them off. An ally with the same vested interest in eliminating terrorism in the region, despite an international community that cuts and runs from these wackos.

Of course, the Donks won’t have that. They’ll go cry to the UN and expect that bunch of pussies to stop the carnage, probably by sending unarmed “peacekeepers” to the region in the hopes that someone will listen to them, even though they will have shown up at a gunfight with a slingshot.

If anyone bitches at Israel for defending itself against this monster, I say turn the guns on them, too. Israel has the right to defend itself and its territory. Let the terrorists burn in hell.


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Veterans’ Tribute

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 11, 2006

I decided to finish my daily blog-run before posting about Veterans’ Day. I’m quite glad I did. WuzzaDem had an awesome image up that I borrowed for today’s post. It says just about anything that could be said.


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RWR to Iraq

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 11, 2006

It was going to happen. Here’s Mohammed’s analysis (ITM) of the election returns. I do have a few comments.

It was obvious that a majority here were in favor of a change, not because they think the democrats have a better agenda but because folks here wanted to see Bush and his party lose.

From previous correspondence with Mohammed and Omar, this is clearly because President Bush has, in their view, failed to address the real problem in Iraq – the Iranian sponsors of the terrorism that’s occurring there. They’re not pissed at the president for ousting Saddam. They’re pissed because he didn’t move on to the next target, Iran, where they seem to feel (and I believe rightly so) that our efforts would have been better spent.

There had been attempts to give the public here the impression that the democratic party as a whole is opposed to the war as a whole and not only opposed to the way war was being managed so far. And the media here, pretty much like the media in the west, were focusing on the democrats’ criticism of the Bush administration without saying anything about whether the democrats had alternative plans, together with an exaggeration of the idea that democrats are going to go ahead with an immediate withdrawal from Iraq.(my emphasis)

Well, based on things that get said here in America, particularly by the Democrats themselves, I’d say they are, in fact, opposed to not only the war as a whole, but war in general, even for positive purposes. I honestly don’t think they give a rat’s ass how the war has been managed. They just want out of the idea of war – mainly because, it seems, that people die when there’s war.

The media focused on the Democrats’ criticism of the Bush administration without saying anything about alternative plans because that’s EXACTLY WHAT WE WERE GETTING FROM THE DEMOCRATS. Based upon cut-and-run strategies posed by many Democrats, including John Murtha, I don’t think the idea of an immediate, or at least premature, withdrawal from Iraq is much of an exaggeration at all. Just look at what happened in Vietnam (Donk Congress cutting off funds) and Somalia (Donk President). Somalia is even given as one of bin Laden’s reasons for calling America a “Paper Tiger”. If you want a free Iraq, Mohammed, I’d say it’s a good idea to get your troops and police forces ready in a big hurry, or you may have that bloody civil war that has been feared for so long. You have been a wonderful voice of freedom. I pray that you win.

However, this tone changed a bit after the elections were over and now there’s kind of a warning tone that suggests that “nothing has changed” and that US policy is one and no elections can change the large image. Media and politicians are back to reminding the public that democrats are even better friends of Israel than republicans are.

I guess you didn’t see the footage of Hitlery hugging Mrs. Arafat…

This, I think, is an attempt to put America as a whole back in its place as the enemy regardless of who’s in charge in Capitol Hill, which means the regimes and their media here had to put the people back “on track” so they don’t go far in their expectations or prepare to deal with anything American … what happened had to portrayed as a defeat for the American nation, not only for the republicans.

Osama bin Laden’s sentiments, exactly.

I would like to remind again that claiming that America’s policies are the cause of anti-Americanism is crap, because the hatred is for the nature of the American democratic system which contrasts the nature of regimes here.

Someone had better tell this to John Kerry.

The rulers in the region consider the change in America a victory for them because time is precious right now and many here think the next two years will be stagnation phase rather than action phase for America … I personally doubt this but I can say Iran, Syria and some powers in Iraq think they just won the truce they need.

Many here in America fear that you may be wrong about this, Mohammed.

Mohammed then goes on to ask a few very introspective questions, the likes of which I could easily see Washington, Jefferson, Madison, and Adams pondering back in the 18th Century …

But is that really good for them? What if the calls for dialogue between them and America over Iraq materialize? And what will the requirements and implications be?I think Syria and Iran will be in an embarrassing position … so far they were saying that America doesn’t accept dialogue and the administration is one of war and only war but now things will change and we’ll see faces in Washington that call for dialogue, so what will they do then?

I tend to think they will accept dialogue as a principal (or pretend to accept it at least) but on what basis?

Will it be like Saddam’s dialogue with the UN, or a serious effort to solve a crisis?

Will the Iranians really consider dropping their nuclear program and move to build friendly relationships with America, the west, accept Israel’s existence and stop messing with Iraq’s affairs? And is Syria willing to consider changing its totalitarian repressive internal policy and stop the interference in Iraq, Lebanon and the Palestinian territories?

What about some of the radical parties in Iraq, are they willing to replace violence with dialogue and accept the concept of sharing power?

The answers to all of these questions are the very nature of freedom, and the answers as they relate to Iraq have always been the responsibility not of the American liberators, but of the Iraqis themselves.

Only the Iraqis can determine which course of history in Iraq will most benefit those who seek to undermine its progress. Only the Iraqis can determine the implications of anything that passes for dialogue between any parties with regard to Iraq. Only Iraqis can stand up for themselves and make any excuse for “dialogue” between Iran and the US immaterial and irrelevant. ONLY IRAQ CAN SOLVE ITS CURRENT CRISIS. This has always been the case and always will be. President Bush was simply offering some help in the interests of our own nation.

The answers to the questions regarding Iran’s nuclear program, relationship with the West, and Iraq, is an emphatic NO. Same with the questions regarding Syria. As far as the radical parties in Iraq, the situation is doubtful, and I wouldn’t hold my breath.

We’re dealing with terrorists here. The track record is long and clear. Democrats appease terrorists, and the terrorists take advantage. While Republicans don’t always make the best decisions, at least the terrorists have fewer opportunites.

I fear the Iraqis may be learning this lesson a bit too soon. I pray I’m wrong.


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RWR Emails Ken Mehlman

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 10, 2006

Yeah, I went ahead and did it. Look, this party has been screwing up royally ever since Newt Gingrich left the House. SOMEONE has to let these guys know what the real deal is.

Greetings Mr. Mehlman!

I’ve read the comments you made the other day via Susan Jones’s article, and I have a few things I, as a Republican, would suggest.

It’s important to note that our Party’s attempts to “out-liberal” our liberal opponents were especially appalling this year. Why can’t our people simply take conservative positions and explain to people why they are right and better than what the opposition offers? Example: In response to an accusation that a Republican had voted against raising the minimum wage, the Republican responded that he hadn’t done that at all, and had, to the contrary, voted to raise the minimum wage x number of times or to the tune of x number of dollars. Why not simply explain that raising the minimum wage causes unemployment and he didn’t want to see a whole lot of people lose their jobs?

This would, of course, be in line with your first suggestion, “rededicating themselves to their conservative reform principles”, but Republicans haven’t stood for much that’s been conservative for a long time.

Trying to “work where we can on a bipartisan basis with Democrats” is what you guys have been doing for the better part of a hundred years, EVEN WHEN IN POWER. What’s it got us? Trillions in debt, annual deficits, out-of-control taxation, and socialism out the you-know-what. If the Democrats do put forth something that is truly “conservative”, sure, go with it – but you and I both know what the chances of that happening are. So much for your second suggestion, eh?

As far as “removing the taint of corruption:, I’m all for it, but you can’t possibly look me in the eye and tell me that the party of Harry Reid, John Kerry, Al Gore, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Robert Byrd, and Bob Menendez has any advantage in this area. Furthermore, there’s talk of John McCain being the Republican frontrunner for 2008, and he’s possibly the biggest criminal within the ranks of our party, what with his legislation repealing the First Amendment (remember McCain-Feingold?).

Mehlman said “there’s no reason” why Republicans and Democrats can’t work together on national security (the threat posed by “Islamic fascism”) immigration reform and health care reform.

Oh yes, there is, based on what the Democrats have been saying in their campaigns and other speeches. The Democrats’ solution to Islamic fascism is apparently to run from it and allow more terrorists to enter the country by way of our southern border. Amnesty is their version of immigration reform, and putting our access to healthcare under government control is just more of the unconstitutional socialism that chases more Republicans over to the Libertarian Party each election.

If we are to be taken seriously as “conservatives”, then we absolutely MUST start standing as champions of the Constitution, which has been trampled by both parties for longer than you or I have walked this earth.

The first order of business should then be to re-affirm ourselves as the Party of Reagan, and promise to re-affirm Reagan’s executive order on Federalism as a FIRST ACT (and deliver). From there, we should implement the New Federalist Platform found at reagan2020.us.This should be the platform of our party, and the Constitution should be taken seriously instead of being treated, as it has this past century, as a useless piece of paperwith little or no force in law.

Facing this responsibility to the Constitution will give us something honorable to rally around as a party(Madison, Washington, Jefferson, et. al.), bring Americans closer to the great men who gave it to us, force the Democrats to show their anti-Constitution socialist hand, and bring a concrete set of ideals to offer Americans to vote for in the affirmative.

Mr. Mehlman, we ARE the better party, we ARE the champions of freedom, both here and abroad, we ARE the party of strength, and we ARE the party best equipped to make the tough decisions to bring America and her government back to within her constitutional limits.

Please. For the sake of our party and, more importantly, our great country, please look to the Reagan site’s suggestions for guidance. The Constitution Party and the Libertarian Party are also Constitution-minded freedom lovers. Please. Always look to the right for guidance. Heck, look to me for it if need be (my commentary on the New Federalist Platform can be found here – see links at the bottom).




I think Mr. Mehlman would be wise to follow my advice, don’t you?


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Smerconish’s Platform

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 10, 2006

I listen to Michael Smerconish every day for at least a little while. Today, he brought forth a platform that could be a good starting point for giving the parties some guidance on exactly how to formulate a platform. The parties would be wise to check it out, at least with regard to format. I responded to Mr. Smerconish as follows with regard to what he suggested on issues (read his platform here first – and vote):

1. Bin Laden – Absolutely.

2. Profiling – Absolutely.

3. Torture – Used exclusively for purposes of getting information from the terrorist and not just for the sake of doing it (like the terrorists do), absolutely.

4. Preventing Terror – What exactly has not been done that was recommended by the 9/11 Commission?

5. Iraq – An end game is not what we need with regard to Iraq. What we really need is a more aggressive approach to hunting and killing terrorists that takes collateral damage less into account, and a more aggressive approach to cutting off the hand that feeds them (Iran/Syria). The Iraqis would be much better at taking care of themselves if there were less terrorist activity, and that means poitning the guns at Tehran.

6. Immigration – Absolutely.

7. Gays – No one said that gays threaten anyone’s marriage. What they threaten is the institution of marriage itself, and what it means to be married. If you believe, as I do, that the ultimate purpose of marriage is procreation, then it’s impossible to support gay marriage. As to “civil unions”, I’m ok with htat as long as there’s a clear distinction between that and real marriage. I’m all for gays being able to visit their lovers in the hospital or including them in their wills. I don’t think ANYONE should have limitations on these things.

8. Abortion – I could not disagree with you more about abortion and “Plan B”. Both of these involve the murder of a human baby. I won’t get any deeper into this, as I’m sure you’ve had plenty of opportunity to mull it over. As to politicians “determining my end of life plan,” I’d definitely say the same, however, to put you to death with little or no concrete knowledge of your plan is just as murderous as putting a gun to your head and pulling the trigger.

9. Embryonic Stem Cell Research – These embryos come from murdered human babies. Bad thing. Embryonic stem cell research has shown little or no promise when compared to adult stem cell research anyway, so why bother? The only reason I could see would be to keep the abortionists in business. Bad thing. In any case, the federal government doesn’t have the constitutional authority to involve itself in the matter in any way, shape, or form. Let the states decide what to do, and if they want it, let them fund it.

10. Term Limits – I’ve been back and forth on this one. I certainly would love to be sure that good candidates could be found at the end of an incumbent’s term limit, but there are so few politicians in Washington that are supporting the Constitution that if one would do so, I would want him in there as long as possible (or as long as he supported the Constitution).

11. Campaign Finance – Absolutely.

12. Entitlements – You are missing the point here, Mike. Entitlement programs, by their very nature, are unconstitutional and therefore illegal. Instead of “raising the retirement age”, confront AARP by putting forth and implementing a plan to phase these programs out altogether (let the private sector handle it). By extension, the budget will be easier to balance and our children and grandchildren won’t be stuck with the bill.

13. Death Taxes – Absolutely.

14. Global Warming – Do what you gotta to make yourself happy, but there isn’t enough evidence to support global warming, and even less to suggest that there’s anything people could do about it, to allow this issue to interfere with the American way of life.

15. Guns – Sure, address the problem of single-parent households. Also address the problem of the government illegally regulating the ownership of guns. If a criminal can’t be trusted with a gun, then KEEP HIM IN JAIL.


Of course, the New Federalist Platform at Reagan2020.org is a much better platform.

Feel free to email Mike after you vote.


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DU: Dear Dismayed Conservatives

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 9, 2006

This was hilarious.

Dear dismayed conservatives:

I hereby make these promises to you.

Promises? Like when Bill Clinton promised a tax cut in his campaign then gave us the biggest tax increase in history? I’m not holding my breath.

We will protect your lives and livelihoods.

Except, of course, when it means that we actually have to go to war to protect our lives. Except when it means tax cuts to protect our livelihoods.

We will listen to and respect your beliefs.

Except if you believe that having the Ten Commandments clearly posted in courtrooms and public buildings is a fair reminder to jurists that American law is ultimately derived from scripture.

We will never try to force you to change your religion, sexual orientation, or first language.

As if conservatives had ever tried to do any of this.

We will do our best to reduce the number of abortions in our country.

By standing up for unconstitutional acts of the courts such as Roe v. Wade and laws permitting abortion on demand.

We will have no tolerance for corruption and cronyism, even in our own party.

Including members of the party who commit perjury.

ESPECIALLY in our own party.

Yeah right. Like I’m supposed to believe Hitlery Clinton, Ted Kennedy, John Kerry, Harry Reid, or Bob Menendez will be shown the door any day soon. I’ll believe it when I see it.

We will never tell you that you are unpatriotic.

Is ANYONE believing this crap?

We will never tell you that your opinion doesn’t count.

Unless, as Bill Clinton once put it, you are an “angry white male”.

We will never waste your lives for power.

Even though empowering terrorists by cutting and running from Iraq is a major recurring theme at DU.

We will hold our leaders to a high ethical standard and when they succumb to lust for power, WE WILL HOLD THEM ACCOUNTABLE.

Just like you did with Bill Cinton, Teddy Kennedy, Hitlery Clinton, and Bob Menendez.

If we forget this, please, please, please, remind us.

I’m reminding you right now of your track record, DU. Can you give any reason for anyone to believe that you would advocate really implementing what you are saying here?

We need you to do this. You are America as much as we are.

Let’s go.

I’m glad to see you guys finally had a revelation over there at DU. Unfortunately, I see more potential in the Donk Party itself than I do in you, which isn’t much in either case.

What we really need are people who will read and implement the Constitution. Perhaps having the Donks in power will show America just how bad both of these parties are, and bring about REAL SUBSTANTIVE change in the parties. If not, watch for a new party to kick both of your sorry-ass parties out.


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Posted by RightWingRocker on November 8, 2006

PJ-Comix has put together a pretty nice commentary on the (over-)reaction by the DUmmies to the Donks’ electoral win yesterday. There was an interesting comment that I responded to:

DumbAss Tanker said…

I believe you nailed it, PJ, this ‘victory’ will rip the Dems apart, since the Moonbat Wing was very under-represented in the turnovers, most of which went to DINOs.

So very true. My response:

RightWingRocker said…

Dumbass Tanker,

I believe you are absolutely right.

The Donks have made their way iun American politics by expecting everyone to comply with whatever their platform is that week. I don’t think their switch to a more inclusive approach will extend beyond the election.

What’s interesting is the party’s move to the right – using actual “blue dog” types to win the election in the hopes that those same “blue dog” types will toe the party line once installed.

What is also important to note is the Donkizatiom of the Republicans in recent election cycles. Instead of standfing firm on conservative principles, they positioned themselves as being more liberal than the Donks.

This should send a clear message to both parties. America is CONSERVATIVE – and the DUmmies will provide humor for us all until they all move to Cuba.

My prophecy stands.


This is going to be a very interesting two years.


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John Hawkins: Teleconference with Jack Kingston

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 8, 2006

A Teleconference With Congressman Jack Kingston

A little earlier, I was in on a teleconference with Congressman Jack Kingston and quite a few other bloggers. Here are some notes (not quotes) about what Kingston had to say:

I’m going to take this hit by hit, because each of these points is incredibly relevant.

— Lessons learned: We’ve got to go back to the Contract with America. We’ve got to have a clear platform.

I’d say the New Federalist Platform would be a great place to start.

— I don’t think the Dems can hold together. They have a fairly moderate batch of Dems that won with support for heavily left wing groups.

I don’t think they can hold together, either. This will be especially true if the Republicans can get their shit together with regard to the first point.

— There’s going to be a lot of kicking the can down the road. The Dems are going to say they need the presidency to act. Republicans will say they need the majority again.

Gridlock. One of the best things we could ask for when the Donks are in power. Mark my words.

— I think it will be very difficult for the Dems to pass a budget because they will have a lot of IOU’s to these liberal interest groups and some of these new Democratic members aren’t going to want to go along with it.

Ahh … Infighting … THIS will be fun to watch.

— I don’t have any preferences for a Majority Leader, but people are in the mood for change.

Let it be Pelosi. I need a good laugh.

— Kingston thinks the GOP will sort of rally around a central platform, but also hopes that the Democrats turn voters off.

I’ll cast my vote for BOTH.

— The Dems haven’t defined themselves yet. Are they going to be liberal and pass a lot of bills they know the Senate won’t pass or are they going to try to play moderate?

Ahh … more infighting … I absolutely CANNOT WAIT!

— Because Republicans aren’t in the majority, they’re not as relevant as they were yesterday. That means Republican legislators need to reach out more to bloggers in an effort to get their message out.

Uh huh. I won’t be holding my breath. I don’t care which party these idiots are from. They don’t give a rat’s ass what anyone thinks unless it will put power in their hands or money in their pockets.

— To me, the hope with illegal immigration is with the enforcement powers of the executive branch, not the House now. (Hawkins’ note: That’s pretty scary because Bush has been the single biggest bad actor on the illegal immigration issue)

Scary indeed. Scary indeed.


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Mr. Minority: We Will Weather the Storm

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 8, 2006

HS Mr. Minority posted some comments today about the election results. Read them here. I had some opinions that I would think relevant.

Pelosi may not be the Speaker of the House

My call is that she will be Speaker of the House. Since there seems to be a good number of “conservative” Donks, she will not have the power to implement anything too terribly radical.

The Donks all have agendas

This is the Donks’ primary weakness. The ones that ran on a hard-left agenda don’t seem to be the ones that won. The ones that won basically ran on a “vote for change” agenda that didn’t specify what the proposed change was.

This fact could bode very well for America, because there won’t be a true majority in the majority party, unless they somehow get together on something, which is unlikely to be a radical liberal agenda.


If Gridlock turns out to be the only thing stopping the radical Left from pushing their evil on us, then I’m all for it.

If the Donks try and push their radical ideals, it will show America what really lies beneath their rhetoric.

Sadly, I doubt this. Given the last 100 years of liberalism in this country, I’d say that if America doesn’t know by now what lies beneath liberal rhetoric, that isn’t going to change just because the Congress changed hands.

The current Republican Congress should come together and rush through key legislation [while] they still have the majority. Such as permanent Tax Cuts and Immigration.

Yup. Good call. This will force the Democrats to go on record as voting to repeal these important cornerstones of the conservative agenda if they dare (and I believe they dare) – Probably the best insurance we have for the next election cycle.

This election must serve as a wake-up call for the Republicans. Ads in which they constantly try to out-liberal their liberal opponents simply show them to be, as the Libertarians would say, no different from the Democrats. If it is in fact true that conservative Democrats have won the day by moving the party to the right, then it should clearly follow that the Republicans would be wise to do the same.

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I’ll be back with other comments that I leave around the blogosphere as I get to them.


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A Very Good Analysis

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 8, 2006

… In my opinioin, anyway. I don’t agree 100%, but this is worth checking out.


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Just Go Vote

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 7, 2006

Never mind the exit polls. They’re skewed in favor of Democrats and have been for some time.

Don’t let them screw you up. Get your vote in.


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Voting RWRecord

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 7, 2006

I don’t usually post about my actual votes at the polls, but this is an unusual election.

For US Senate: Republican Thomas Kean, Jr.

This was a no-brainer. A vote for Menendez is a vote for amnesty for illegal aliens, tax increases, increased socialism beyond the hopes and dreams of any of the other parties listed, save the “Socialist Workers Party” (read that “NAZI” party) and Socialist Party USA. Other questionable parties on the ballot included “Judicial Christianization Victim” (yes – it gets THAT NUTTY) and “Poor People’s Campaign” (see?). The Libertarians floated a candidate, but it’s pointless to vote Libertarian in a close election, especially when there’s so much at stake (you run the risk of electing the anti-America Democrat that Bob Menendez truly is). Fringe conservative parties on the ballot included “God We Trust” and “Solidarity, Defend Life”. I’m making assumptions as to the conservatism of these parties based on their names. For all I know, they could be just as far to the left as the Nazis and the Socialists.

For House of Representatives: Libertarian write-in.

I’ll spare the name of the Libertarian name that I wrote in, but I’ve come across very few people with whom I agree politically as much as this man. He is a pro-life, pro-war Libertarian. I did consider writing in The Old Sage’s name, but Sage and I disagree on these two issues, which are both very important to me.

For Surrogate and all local elections, of course, I chose the Republican.

On all public questions, I voted NO. All of these questions involved extending past tax increases beyond their current limits or realigning current policy in a way that could open the door for future tax increases.

Regardless of your political persuasion, please get out and vote today. But please, only intelligent people who understand the stakes. The rest of you are only good for Clue-Batting.


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