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Idiocy Revisited

Posted by RightWingRocker on September 10, 2007

Well, surfing about this afternoon, I came across this:

What a gas!

Let’s have a little fun with this, shall we?

People are dying in a war based on inaccurate facts.

OK. Someone hand this idiot a dictionary, and quick.

Facts, by definition are NOT inaccurate. And what facts are you disputing anyway? Osama bin Laden ordered the massacre of thousands of Americans, and we are to sit idly by? Saddam Hussein offers big cash rewards to the families of suicide bombers for killing Americans, and we are supposed to just laugh it up?

These people are against disarming the likes of bin Laden and Hussein, but they have absolutely NO PROBLEM with advocating laws that disarm innocent Americans who have a legally protected right to arm themselves. What kind of fucked up logic is that???

Our government is corrupt.

Go figure. So is every other government that has existed in the history of this world. Are you going to tell me that the Bush Administration is more corrupt than the Hussein regime?? Get real.

Gas prices still keep going up.

Blame that on liberal enviro-nut regulation. Hey, if your corrupt government officials gave two shits about your gas prices, they could shave 18 cents per gallon off the price TOMORROW with ONE VOTE. Instead they complain about how Americans are selfish with their energy use. What fucking hypocrites.

Homes are being destroyed in natural disasters.

Um … What exactly is your point here? Are you trying to say that living in an area prone to, say, earthquakes, doesn’t make your home a target for destruction by mother nature? If someone builds a house in a flood zone, he runs the risk of losing his home in a flood … even if he buys flood insurance – go figure.

It’s just that damned Mother Nature. If we would all just drive hybrids, she just might stop tearing up our towns with tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, and earthquakes. Are we seeing the lunacy here yet?

Children are being abused by their families.

So what’s your answer?? Taking all the kids from their parents so the government can abuse them even more? Is there anyone left that buys this bleeding heart bullshit?

The local pedophile may be a priest.

He/she may also be a teacher, principal, bartender, automobile salesman, garbage truck driver, secretary, or dentist. What exactly is your point?

Poverty still exists even though we are the richest nation in the world.

Again, SO FUCKING WHAT? We are also the country with the most opportunity for those same impoverished people to overcome that poverty. The fact that they choose not to isn’t anyone’s fault but their own.

There is still no cure for AIDS.

Nope there isn’t – and there’s also no cure for heart disease or lung cancer, both of which are more dangerous and innocently spread than AIDS. Yet how much more attention (and unconstitutional money) does AIDS get, even though it’s spread behaviorally?

Yet another Bush could still become our President.

With your luck, it’ll be Jenna. I wonder why you’re not so worried about an anti-American socialist named Hitlery becoming president … That would be “another” Clinton, and a much more dangerous one at that.

All this and you’re still going to focus on my sexuality?

I haven’t said anything about your sexuality. Quite frankly, I couldn’t give two shits.

Someone smack this moron.

RWR

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Oh Boy …

Posted by RightWingRocker on June 29, 2007

Found this in the newspaper this morning:

DID YOU KNOW?* Vehicles that idle 10 minutes per day waste more than 29 gallons of fuel each year

* 10 seconds of idling uses more fuel than turning the engine on and off

* An idling vehicle emits 20 times more pollution than one traveling at 30 miles per hour

* Idling for more than three minutes is AGAINST THE LAW!

Excuse me while I take a minute to puke…

OK. Back now.

First of all, I will tell you that this flyer was paid for with taxpayer money. That should tell you something … as in the government is explaining to us all how it is intruding into our lives.

Next, let’s do some math. You’d think their 29 gallons a year statistic would be a huge deal, but idling your car 10 minutes a day, by THEIR estimate, works out to less than .08 gallons per 10 minutes each day. That’s less than 8/100 of a gallon of gas so that you can get into a warm car or a cool one. At the current $2.75 per gallon, it comes to less than a quarter. That doesn’t mean I’m going to go out and start my car 10 minutes early now. I’m just too damned lazy for that. On the other hand, these people aren’t making a very good case against letting your car run for a bit while you fire up the air conditioner or run into the store for bread and milk.

And if idling 10 minutes only burns 22 cents worth of gas, why bother quoting a statistic involving 10 seconds of idling? If the state is so damned worried about my car idling for more than 10 seconds, they should have taken the money they spent on this stupid ad and invested it into some sensors for more of the traffic lights in the area. That’s where my car does most of its idling – and usually for minutes at a time while I wait for no one coming the other way.

Idling cars emit 20 times more pollution than cars traveling at 30 mph? Yeah, ok. I’d love to see how they got THAT idiotic excuse for a statistic. How would they explain that a car traveling at 30 mph burns about 20 times more fuel per hour than one idling, while simultaneously producing 20 times less pollution?

Honestly, I don’t give a flying fuck if idling my car for more than three minutes is against the law. That would be a bogus law anyway. What are they going to do, have some DEP beaureaucrat stand behind my car with a stopwatch and time it? These fucking idiots can’t figure out a way to get Essex County to stop smelling like a giant oil refinery, and they are telling us that WE are causing problems just by letting our cars run?

Yeah ok. That makes sense …

NOT

RWR

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Answers for Ol’ BC

Posted by RightWingRocker on June 6, 2007

Ol’ BC first came to the RWRepublic in its infancy. Since then, he is without question the most loyal reader I have. Last night, he posted some interesting questions in the wake of the incredible waste of time that passed for a debate. There were, of course, largely obvious answers to all of them, so I figured, Why not …

Do the Democrats who are running REALLY think they represent the views of a majority of Americans?

Yup. They think Americans are stupid socialist idiots who not only believe that they have no clue whatsoever how to run their own lives, but that they need a Barack the Schlock or a Hitlery to run it for them. They really believe that the backlash against President Bush is because he’s a Republican and not because he’s nearly as liberal as they are. Why else would they be promising all this stuff that no one really needs or wants?

If the U.S. pulls out of Iraq, do some of these candidates REALLY think the Islamic terrorists are just going to terrorize one another and leave the non-Muslims alone?

Worse. They think the terrorists will cease to be terrorists and live quiet, happy lives sitting around campfires singing “Kum Ba Ya”. They think that only Americans are capable of greed and selfishness and that making everyone’s situation the same (poverty by force if necessary) will lead to peace. They think that they are the only people who are capable of making anyone happy, and that even the terrorists will “see the light” if only we just appease them (Neville Chamberlain was unfortunately unavailable for comment).

How are the deaths of those in the Darfur region different than the hundreds of thousands of deaths of Arabs and Kurds under Saddam Hussein?

In one very important, but nonetheless rather irrelevant way. What’s going on in Darfur is actually a bona-fide Civil War, unlike anything we’ve seen in Iraq.

Pro-choice versus Pro-life, what’s with the exceptions? If I was born in 1955 or 1975 as the result of a pregnancy by rape or incest or if my mother died during childbirth, am I less of a person than the majority of the other people? If not, why the exceptions? Is a fetus a life or not at conception? At one month? At two months? Are most pro-lifers only part time?

Every American grapples with this issue, whether pro-life or pro-child murder. No child is any less a person just because he/she is still in the womb. The reason we make exceptions has to do with violation of the rights of the mother. It’s very difficult to reconcile this. If it is clear that the mother is going to die from carrying the baby to term (an EXTREMELY RARE situation), then her God-given right to life is threatened, and we have a responsibility to protect it. How do we also protect the baby’s similar God-given right? At this time, we are in the unfortunate position of not having any idea. In the interests of preserving her family unit, and with the understanding that one of these very important people (the mother or the baby) is going to die, we make a choice as to whom we save. In choosing to save the mother, we preserve her ability to bring more children into the world in the future, and we save her family from the emotional and economic disaster that might have followed. Nonetheless, we grieve the loss of the child.

As to rape and incest, we make these allowances as a peace offering to the pro-murder crowd. Of course, it’s gotten us nowhere. The Constitution Party states that we shouldn’t be punishing the child for the sins of his/her father, but if a woman has not consented to the act, then should she be considered to have consented to the pregnancy? Conversely, doesn’t it solidify the pro-life position if the position is taken that by consenting to an act that is known to have pregnancy as a consequence, one has consented to the resulting pregnancy?? After all, that is precisely the position taken by those who advocate a woman killing her baby and simultaneously advocate forcing a father to finance a child’s life against his will should the mother choose life.

What happened to the specific powers granted to the federal government in the constitution? I missed the entire education and healthcare section. There has been a lot of talk about heaping on more and very little about rescinding any. What about all others being reserved for the states? Eerie silence.

Those specific powers are still there, along with a slew of others that have been added illegally by those elected to office with the consent of their constituents. This question is truly what the New Federalism seeks to address. America needs a wake-up call.

Do that many of the candidates REALLY think that if they grant amnesty to illegal aliens already in this country no more are going to sneak in?

Nope. They know all too well what will happen – and it’s exactly what they want. Face it, with all of their support of killing off babies that could have been voting for liberal candidates, they’re running out of people to vote for them. It’s happening a lot faster than they anticipated. Liberals need a new constituency, and if they can import one, all the better for them. Do you really think they are fighting this hard so that these people can vote for conservatives??? If these people seriously cared about bringing more people into the prosperity that is America, they’d be falling all over themselves trying to get large numbers of Israelis to move here so that the terrorists could have the land they want. Why isn’t THAT happening??

It’s not happening because Israelis generally would be voting in favor of fighting off terrorists, lowering taxes, and bringing government back to within its legal limits. They are largely well-educated and well-off. Those they are trying to get your heart to bleed over are largely neither. They’re not looking for people who will be independent. They are looking for people who will need liberals for their well-being.

Have that many of the candidates forgotten that learning English opened doors to success for millions of Germans, Italians, Israelis and scads of others for years and years?

Nope. The problem is that they don’t want those doors to be opened. They want the doors closed so that they can have their little dependency class and force you and me and the rest of America to pay for it.

Why weren’t signs and information printed in eighteen languages for all those years if it is that critical?

Because it’s not critical at all…

Could it actually hold people back and keep them living at a subsistence level?

That is precisely the point, and it’s exactly why there is a move on to force every language but English on all of us. I’m not saying that English is what makes people successful. What I’m saying is that English, by sheer luck of the draw, has been the language of successful people. To be successful in the world today, you ALMOST HAVE TO surround yourself with English-speaking people. Telling those who would otherwise do this that it’s ok not to ultimately slows their success, which is exactly what the liberals want. People who claim to be the smartest people in the world can’t possibly be stupid enough to ignore these facts.

Do people REALLY think that catering to a Palestinian state, whose sole mission in life is the eradication of Israel, is going to lead to peace in the region?

Nope. If they did, they’d be inviting scores of successful Israelis to naturalize as Americans. The real problem is that they are more ideologically inclined with the Islamofascist philosophy espoused by the terrorists than they are with the more liberty-minded philosophy of the Israelis.

How about if that Palestinian state is on land that was previously Israel and is presently adjacent to Israel?

All the more reason to eradicate it, in their opinion. These people value freedom, but only for themselves. Everyone else, including you and I, is expected to take orders from them, Constitution be damned.

Maybe I’ve been listening to Sage a little too much, but I doubt it. Just because I have this cynical outlook on liberals doesn’t mean I’m not an optimist. America’s brightest days are ahead; I’m convinced of that. Still, we must overcome these very dark times when many among us would surrender our constitutional rights and succumb to a socialist regime just because they’re too lazy or ignorant to stand up and fight.

RWR

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Good Riddance … If Only

Posted by RightWingRocker on May 29, 2007

Expect to find CamoKitty added to the BlogRWRoll in the near future. Her commentary is refreshing, to say the least, especially given my recent comments on the blogosphere. I found her recently as I was clicking around at the Rottie (I REALLY need to spend more time there), and well … Go read her stuff. It’s great.

At the top of her page when I first arrived was this post about Cindy Sheehan (known around here as “Sheehag”). I really have tried not to post about this idiot, largely because she was never really relevant, and all we really got from her was some comic relief. No one ever took her seriously. CamoKitty linked to her post yesterday at Daily Kos, another loony blog that I avoid like the plague just because it’s way too frustrating to know that people that far out of touch with reality actually exist. Still, now that Sheehag has allegedly moved on, perhaps it would be fun to fisk her bitching and moaning about the inevitable coming to pass HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAA …

“Good Riddance Attention Whore”
by CindySheehan
Mon May 28, 2007 at 09:57:01 AM PDT

I have endured a lot of smear and hatred since Casey was killed and especially since I became the so-called “Face” of the American anti-war movement. Especially since I renounced any tie I have remaining with the Democratic Party, I have been further trashed on such “liberal blogs” as the Democratic Underground. Being called an “attention whore” and being told “good riddance” are some of the more milder rebukes.

The “American anti-war movement” was doomed without your face, Cindy. You just sped up the process. Why are you surprised that you are being called an attention whore by the libs? We conservatives have been calling you that from the get-go. Just goes to show how far behind the curve the Left really is.

You see, Mrs. Sheehag, as I’ve said in comments on many blogs in the blogosphere, the left and the “anti-war movement” (I’ve had bowel movements more powerful) were only using you. As soon as you were of no more use to them, they discarded you just as I predicted they would. Good riddance, indeed. Oh, and while you’re bitching and moaning, why not get a handle on the English language? I don’t know if I can handle reading this whole thing if you’re going to be dropping dumbed-down phrases like “more milder”.

I have come to some heartbreaking conclusions this Memorial Day Morning. These are not spur of the moment reflections, but things I have been meditating on for about a year now. The conclusions that I have slowly and very reluctantly come to are very heartbreaking to me.

Poor fucking baby. The heartbreaking conclusions that you still are missing is that the world is a better place without your socialist agenda and that war is a fact of life. Spare me the whining. Wait, don’t. I need a good laugh.

The first conclusion is that I was the darling of the so-called left as long as I limited my protests to George Bush and the Republican Party. Of course, I was slandered and libeled by the right as a “tool” of the Democratic Party. This label was to marginalize me and my message. How could a woman have an original thought, or be working outside of our “two-party” system?

HAHA … This is exactly what I’ve been saying about you all along, Sheehag. As soon as you were no longer of any use to the Democrats, they would toss you out with the bathwater. And you WERE a tool of the Democratic Party. That’s not libel. For proof, answer this question: What do you do with a tool you no longer have any use for? Eh. You obviously have a problem thinking on that level, so I’ll answer it for you: YOU THROW IT THE FUCK OUT! Just like the Donks did to you. Get over yourself. You and your message were marginal at best to begin with. There was nothing “original” about anything you were saying. We’d heard it all before in the 1960s.

However, when I started to hold the Democratic Party to the same standards that I held the Republican Party, support for my cause started to erode and the “left” started labeling me with the same slurs that the right used. I guess no one paid attention to me when I said that the issue of peace and people dying for no reason is not a matter of “right or left”, but “right and wrong.”

Yup. And you were wrong. Your slurs have been earned, Mrs. Sheehag. They’ve been well-earned; and if you can’t take the heat, you don’t belong in the kitchen.

I am deemed a radical because I believe that partisan politics should be left to the wayside when hundreds of thousands of people are dying for a war based on lies that is supported by Democrats and Republican alike. It amazes me that people who are sharp on the issues and can zero in like a laser beam on lies, misrepresentations, and political expediency when it comes to one party refuse to recognize it in their own party. Blind party loyalty is dangerous whatever side it occurs on. People of the world look on us Americans as jokes because we allow our political leaders so much murderous latitude and if we don’t find alternatives to this corrupt “two” party system our Representative Republic will die and be replaced with what we are rapidly descending into with nary a check or balance: a fascist corporate wasteland. I am demonized because I don’t see party affiliation or nationality when I look at a person, I see that person’s heart. If someone looks, dresses, acts, talks and votes like a Republican, then why do they deserve support just because he/she calls him/herself a Democrat?

You are deemed a radical because you stand for radical things. Your letter to the President is proof of that. You politicized the war and your son’s death for your own socialist cause. The Donks are still fighting for that cause, but they no longer can use the war as a political football in their effort to implement these things. Just because you think politicizing the war is still the way to go doesn’t mean those responsible for fighting it agree. This is more proof that the Democrat win in 2006 wasn’t a victory for liberals as much as it was for change in general. Anti-war Democrats teamed up with pro-war ones to win the election, and now they have to pay the piper. Truth hurts, doesn’t it, Cindy? Never mind that the socialism you support is one of the fastest ways possible to the very fascist wasteland you bemoan.

I have also reached the conclusion that if I am doing what I am doing because I am an “attention whore” then I really need to be committed.

This is EXACTLY what I’ve been saying all along, and I know I’m not alone. Never mind the fisk. I’m going to start skipping stuff.

I have spent every available cent I got from the money a “grateful” country gave me when they killed my son and every penny that I have received in speaking or book fees since then.

Your son was killed in battle, Mrs. Sheehag. He is an honorable man. I cannot say the same for a mother who spends “every available cent” (including a $250,000 life insurance payment) on an idiotic anti-war cause and leaves the grave of the very man whose name she invokes in the effort looking like this:


No headstone. Deplorable.

I have sacrificed a 29 year marriage and have traveled for extended periods of time away from Casey’s brother and sisters and my health has suffered and my hospital bills from last summer (when I almost died) are in collection because I have used all my energy trying to stop this country from slaughtering innocent human beings.

Spare me. Your marriage never meant anything to you, only your love of socialism. That’s why your husband left you – he left you because you are, in a word, looney-tunes.

I have been called every despicable name that small minds can think of and have had my life threatened many times.

And every name large minds can think of, too. And it’s all been earned. Your life threatened? I never heard any of those allegations. I can think of a few soldiers, though, who would jump at the chance to avenge your traitorous deeds.

The most devastating conclusion that I reached this morning, however, was that Casey did indeed die for nothing. His precious lifeblood drained out in a country far away from his family who loves him, killed by his own country which is beholden to and run by a war machine that even controls what we think. I have tried every since he died to make his sacrifice meaningful. Casey died for a country which cares more about who will be the next American Idol than how many people will be killed in the next few months while Democrats and Republicans play politics with human lives. It is so painful to me to know that I bought into this system for so many years and Casey paid the price for that allegiance. I failed my boy and that hurts the most.

Spare me again. This from a so-called “mother” who puts her lame excuse for a “cause” over her own son’s heroism. Let me remind you once again:


Spare me the whining.

I have also tried to work within a peace movement that often puts personal egos above peace and human life. This group won’t work with that group; he won’t attend an event if she is going to be there; and why does Cindy Sheehan get all the attention anyway? It is hard to work for peace when the very movement that is named after it has so many divisions.

It’s also hard to work for peace when people like Cindy Sheehag get more attention than the honorable soldiers who put their lives on the line every day in the real effort to work for peace.

I am going to take whatever I have left and go home. I am going to go home and be a mother to my surviving children and try to regain some of what I have lost. I will try to maintain and nurture some very positive relationships that I have found in the journey that I was forced into when Casey died and try to repair some of the ones that have fallen apart since I began this single-minded crusade to try and change a paradigm that is now, I am afraid, carved in immovable, unbendable and rigidly mendacious marble.

If I believed this, I’d be doing John Hawkins’ Snoopy dance. Go home, Cindy. Take the time to learn what it means to be a mother. Get close to your friends. Vote for the socialists. It’s all your right. What makes this sad is that we on the right knew all along that the “peace movement” and the Democrats were just using you, and that when they were finished with you, they’d just toss you aside. Had you listened to us, you might have had a chance to salvage some of your son’s honor that you destroyed in his name. Had you listened to us, you might already be home, knowing what it means to be a mother, close to your friends, and voting for socialists. Had you listened to us, your phony cries of grief may have had some credibility.

Of course, you haven’t listened to us. Perhaps that’s what hurts you the most now, eh Cindy? Your adversaries were right all along. We scorned you. We made fun of you. We made fun of you, and then made fun of you some more. From the beginning, we saw you for the fool that you are, and we called you on it. Well, in the words of Hart and Stilgoe …

Pity comes too late. Turn around and face your fate: an eternity of this before your eyes.

(from The Phantom of the Opera)

Camp Casey has served its purpose. It’s for sale. Anyone want to buy five beautiful acres in Crawford , Texas ? I will consider any reasonable offer. I hear George Bush will be moving out soon, too…which makes the property even more valuable.

Can’t get by without a little Bush-bashing, eh, Cindy? So much for pity.

This is my resignation letter as the “face” of the American anti-war movement. This is not my “Checkers” moment, because I will never give up trying to help people in the world who are harmed by the empire of the good old US of A, but I am finished working in, or outside of this system. This system forcefully resists being helped and eats up the people who try to help it. I am getting out before it totally consumes me or anymore people that I love and the rest of my resources.

Sheehag has a point or two here. Of course, she means it in a way that’s not really the truth, and she misses the real point entirely. She wants to “help” America by turning it into a socialist shithole. Maybe the system “forcefully resisting being helped” can work out to being a good thing. Oh, and do get out before it totally consumes you – oh yeah, that already happened, duh. And spare me the “people that I love” crap, Cindy. There’s only one person you love, and you already mentioned her.

Oh, and how about diverting some of your “remaining resources” here while you’re at it:


I would think that would have been taken care of sooner, but that’s just me.

Good-bye America …you are not the country that I love and I finally realized no matter how much I sacrifice, I can’t make you be that country unless you want it.

It’s up to you now.

Good-bye Cindy. Thanks for the laughs. America will never be the country you love. You’d be much better off in Cuba. We Americans DEFINITELY don’t want that. We want the free America Casey gave his life for; the America that was the subject of the Founders’ hopes and dreams. That will never be your America.

Again, thanks for the laughs. Enjoy your new home life, IF you can keep it.

RWR

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Frankenstein Makes It Official – He’s a Socialist Loony!

Posted by RightWingRocker on February 16, 2007

Last year, I predicted that Al Frankenstein would be running for Senate in Minnesota. It was too easy. Any moron could have seen it. Al simply took a page from Hitlery’s book and moved to a state where he figured he was popular enough to win. Since there was really no place that could boast that kind of looniness, he simply went back to the state he grew up in. Any idiot could have figured that one out.

A couple of weeks ago, it was reported that this is exactly what was going on – a year after I predicted it. What I couldn’t have predicted was this guy’s willingness to pull a Mondale and announce to all of the voters in Minnesota just what a fucking crazy socicalist nutcase he is at the getgo. You’d think just maybe he might have learned the only way a liberal can win is to do what Bill Clinton did – lie. Say you’re not liberal. Say you’re not a socialist shitbag with an agenda. Smile into the camera when you’re supposed to be happy about what you’re saying, and by all means cry if that’s what you think the voters want to see. Clinton was the greatest master of this I have ever seen. There are many people who still believe every lie he ever told. They’re everywhere, especially in the “Blue” parts of the country.

So check out this shit. Here’s how Frankenstein announced his candidacy:

Hi, I’m Al Franken. I’m running for the United States Senate here in Minnesota.

I’d like to talk to you about why I’m running.

I’m not a typical politician. I’ve spent my career as a comedian. Minnesotans have a right to be skeptical about whether I’m ready for this challenge, and to wonder how seriously I would take the responsibility that I’m asking you to give me.

I want you to know: nothing means more to me than making government work better for the working families of this state, and over the next twenty months I look forward to proving to you that I take these issues seriously.

Dude. No one ever took you seriously, even as a comedian. Frankly, running for Senate is the funniest thing you’ve done in your public life. For once, I’m actually LAUGHING.

Today, however, I want to take a few moments to explain to you why I take these issues personally.

My family moved to Albert Lea from New Jersey when I was four years old. My dad never graduated high school and never had a career as such, but my mom’s father, my grandpa, owned a quilting factory out East and gave my dad a chance to start up a new factory in Albert Lea. After about two years, the factory failed, and we moved up to the Twin Cities.

What a nice way to start out a commie story of woe.

Years later, I asked my dad, “Why Albert Lea?” And he said, “Well, your grandfather wanted to open a factory in the Midwest, and the railroad went through Albert Lea.”

So, I asked him, “Why did the factory fail?”

And he said, “Well, it went through Albert Lea, but it wouldn’t stop.”

That was my dad – great guy, terrible businessman. He got a job as a printing salesman, and my mom worked as a real estate agent. The four of us – I have an older brother, Owen – lived in a two-bedroom, one-bath house in St. Louis Park.

Great guy, maybe. Terrible businessman, sure. But I’ll tell you one thing. Even that lame-ass excuse for a joke is better than anything Al’s come up with in years. Maybe Old Man Frankenstein should have tried his hand at comedy …

Just a thought …

That was my childhood. I grew up in a hard-working middle class family just like many of yours. And as a middle-class kid growing up in Minnesota back then, I felt like the luckiest kid in the world. And I was.

And here, my good friends, is the essence of liberal thought. You have what you have and live how you live because of the LUCK you have, not because of anything special you or your parents may have actually DONE. It’s life’s lottery. And by being born, you have been FORCED to buy a ticket.

My wife, Franni, whom I met our freshman year of college, wasn’t quite as lucky. When she was seventeen months old, her dad – a decorated veteran of World War II – died in a car accident, leaving her mother, my mother-in-law, widowed with five kids.

My mother-in-law worked in the produce department of a grocery store, but that family made it because of Social Security survivor benefits. Sometimes there wasn’t enough food on the table, sometimes they turned off the heat in the winter – this was in Portland, Maine, almost as cold as Minnesota – but they made it. (my emphasis)

That family made it BECAUSE of Socialist Security? Hmm … Does this fuckwad actually expect me to believe that his mother-in-law was actually the FIRST woman to ever be widowed in America with five kids? Am I supposed to believe that no pre-socialist era woman ever succeeded in raising a family of that size without a handy-dandy husband around to provide for her?

Al, get off the fucking pity party, ok? You’re making me want to barf all over my keyboard. Let’s face it. Men died all the time in the eighteenth century. Many left behind even bigger families than the one you’re talking about. Most of them made out just fine without these socialist programs. Don’t you think Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Adams, et. al., took people like this into consideration when they wrote the Constitution? Don’t you think that if they had seen any merit to the idea of socialism, they’d have expressly included it in the Constitution? Have you even stopped to think about this instead of letting these shitheads into your thought processes and then turning around and regurgitating their sob stories in the hopes of advancing a bullshit agenda? You are full of it, Al, and you can expect you to have your ass handed to you in the election, if not in the primary.

My mother-in-law and every single one of those five kids became a productive member of society. Conservatives like to say that people need to pull themselves up by their bootstraps – and that’s a great idea. But first, you’ve got to have the boots. And the government gave my wife’s family the boots.

You don’t need boots to rake leaves. You don’t even need boots to join the Coast Guard. You want boots? Get out and earn them. You don’t need the government for that. Do you really think people are that helpless and stupid, Al?

That’s what progressives like me believe the government is there for. To provide security for middle-class families like the one I grew up in, and opportunity for working poor families like the one Franni grew up in.

And herein lies the folly of your entire premise. You believe that the government’s purpose (what it’s there for) is to provide (financial) security and (financial) opportunity. Of course, these provisions are only available to “middle-class” and “working poor” families. Everyone else gets to foot the bill.

Mr. Frankenstein, based on your words, I would suppose you haven’t taken the time to read the Declaration of Independence, but let me take a moment to enlighten you as to the philosophy that drives AMERICAN government’s purpose (what it’s there for)

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed … (my emphasis)

So, idiot, we are all equal in our creation, so you can’t treat one person or group of people any differently than you do any other, and that the purpose of government isn’t to provide ANYTHING, but rather to secure the unalienable rights. Get it? NO Socialist security, NO Pell grants, NO free boots. Oh, and the Constitution was written as it was to support this very philosophy, so don’t get started with this crap that the Declaration isn’t what we go by. The Constitution and the Declaration go hand in hand, and if you don’t know that and accept that, you are unfit for office, which we already know you are. If the voters allow you a seat in the Senate, they deserve the fate that accompanies such an un-American deed.

Last year I traveled all over the state of Minnesota … and maybe a few too many Dairy Queens along the way. But most importantly, I talked to Minnesotans and listened.

They told me that they’re sick of politics as usual-and they’re sick of the usual politicians.

So you come on and give them the same socialist politics-as-usual. Start writing your concession speech, Al.

And I’ll tell you what else they told me. It’s different now than it was for me and Franni. When Franni’s sisters were using them to go to college, Pell Grants paid for 90% of a college education. Today, they pay for 40%. And President Bush, with the help of his Republican allies in Congress, have even tried to privatize Social Security. You should have heard Franni when they tried to do that.

Fuck Franni. Since when does anyone in this country have a right to a college education on someone else’s dime? Given that Pell grants and Socialist Security should have never been public sector ventures, I’d say they would be better off in the private sector if they were to exist at all. At least that way people would be responsible for their own success or failure. Isn’t that what America is all about?

It’s different for middle-class families, too. These families are being squeezed harder and harder every year. Maybe you know what it’s like to be one health crisis away from bankruptcy. Maybe you, or your parents or grandparents, can’t afford prescriptions. Maybe you have kids, and you’re worried about paying for their college. Maybe someone you love is in Iraq, and you don’t know how long they’ll have to stay there, or what will happen when they come home.(my emphasis)

Middle-class families today struggle with that feeling of insecurity-the sense that things can fall apart without notice, outside of your control.

Al, wake up. EVERY family struggles with this, including those who we think have the means not to. I myself happen to be one health crisis away from bankruptcy. Hell, make that ANY finincial crisis, health or otherwise. I have kids (two daughters) and yes, I’m worried about paying for their college (and their weddings, etc.). If I didn’t have this ridiculous tax bill to deal with every year, I just might not have so much to worry about. Are you getting the idea?

Your government should have your back. That should be our mission in Washington, the one FDR gave us during another challenging time: freedom from fear.

FDR can go fuck himself. It’s his socialist bullshit that got us into this mess in the first place. How can the government, rightly called by Thomas Paine “in its best state a necessary evil, in its worst state an intolerable one” be trusted to “have my back”? Fuck that. I’ll cover my own back, thank you. And if you loony leftards would simply respect the Second Amendment, I could do it with my own gun.

President Clinton used to say that there’s nothing wrong with America that can’t be fixed by what’s right with America, or, as I would add, by what’s right with Minnesota.

Well, you know, even a stopped clock is right twice a day. Still, doesn’t this quote sound a bit like something President Reagan might say??? Heck, given what we know about Clinton and the truth, can anyone really trust that he even meant it?

We can lead the fight against global warming and dependence on foreign oil by developing new sources of renewable energy – and create good Minnesota jobs in the process.

If, that is, someone can provide conclusive proof that people are responsible for this so-called “global warming”, which hasn’t even conclusively been proven to be happening, let alone to be caused by humans. Al, look at what you are saying. You are saying that some socialaist program is the way to solve a problem that could much more easily be solved by stuffing a sock into Al Gore’s mouth.

There is also no such thing as “renewable energy”. Once energy is used, it’s used. You can’t get it back or “renew” it. You learn that in high school physics. Maybe you should go back for a refresher course.

We can lead the nation in finding life-saving cures by harnessing the potential of stem-cell research.

Sheesh. I’m not even going to go there. Mr. Minority – care to comment????

We can lead the nation by sending someone to the Senate who’ll be a voice for a strong and responsible America, one that uses its relationship with our allies to create a better and more secure world for ourselves and for future generations.

Well, I’d say the last person to be a voice for a strong and responsible America would be Al Frankenstein, or any Donk for that matter, save one that would go against their party line and dismantle the socialism we’ve had crammed down our throats and resolve to win the War on Terror. What’s all this bullshit about allies anyway?? Wouldn’t a strong America be strong enough to succeed without relying on the support of “allies”?? Doesn’t this get back to the independence concept that I’ve been hammering through this whole post? If we are the most worthy country in the world (which we are), and we’re the most powerful country in the world (which we are), then why the fuck do we need allies? Sure, allies would be nice to have, but if they’re all WRONG, then what good are they? Thank God we do have some allies that are right. I wish we could say the same for everyone who seeks or holds public office.

My political hero is Paul Wellstone.

Enough said.

Al, please shut the fuck up before you waste what’s left of your credibility.

I’ll be surprised if this shitweasel wins the primary, but he has no chance of winning the election. Even if he gets lucky and does, can you think of anything funnier than this guy taking the Senate floor and spewing this bullshit?

RWR

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Fiskin’ Dubya

Posted by RightWingRocker on January 24, 2007

Of course, I’m going to get my two cents in with regard to the President’s State of the Union speech that I slept through (I was very tired and the TV was OFF).

Luckily, a transcript was available here.

Thank you very much. And tonight, I have a high privilege and distinct honor of my own — as the first President to begin the State of the Union message with these words: Madam Speaker.

In his day, the late Congressman Thomas D’Alesandro, Jr. from Baltimore, Maryland, saw Presidents Roosevelt and Truman at this rostrum. But nothing could compare with the sight of his only daughter, Nancy, presiding tonight as Speaker of the House of Representatives. Congratulations, Madam Speaker.

Mrs. Pelosi deserves the words of congratulations offered by the president on this occasion. Disagree with her and hate her beliefs as I do, I would never begrudge her this honor, regardless of the idiocy that gets her into office in election after election.

Two members of the House and Senate are not with us tonight, and we pray for the recovery and speedy return of Senator Tim Johnson and Congressman Charlie Norwood.

Ditto. Speedy recovery to both.

Madam Speaker, Vice President Cheney, members of Congress, distinguished guests, and fellow citizens:

The rite of custom brings us together at a defining hour — when decisions are hard and courage is needed. We enter the year 2007 with large endeavors underway, and others that are ours to begin. In all of this, much is asked of us. We must have the will to face difficult challenges and determined enemies — and the wisdom to face them together.

Some in this chamber are new to the House and the Senate — and I congratulate the Democrat majority. Congress has changed, but not our responsibilities. Each of us is guided by our own convictions — and to these we must stay faithful. Yet we’re all held to the same standards, and called to serve the same good purposes: To extend this nation’s prosperity; to spend the people’s money wisely; to solve problems, not leave them to future generations; to guard America against all evil; and to keep faith with those we have sent forth to defend us.

How about cutting back on spending required to have all this hoopla around something that could be done with a simple letter to congress???? Oh, and what happened to people solving THEIR OWN problems?? Isn’t that what America was SUPPOSED to be about???? Isn’t the nation’s prosperity the responsibility of the people themselves and not of their government? I DO NOT call upon the US government to extend prosperity, spend my money, or solve my problems. I merely ask that it guard against evildoers who would violate or rescind my God-given rights and use every avenue available, including the US military, to that end.

We’re not the first to come here with a government divided and uncertainty in the air. Like many before us, we can work through our differences, and achieve big things for the American people. Our citizens don’t much care which side of the aisle we sit on — as long as we’re willing to cross that aisle when there is work to be done. Our job is to make life better for our fellow Americans, and to help them to build a future of hope and opportunity — and this is the business before us tonight.

Mr. President, do NOT make the mistake of forgetting what these people did to your father when he sought to work in the “spirit of bipartisanship” you seem to be speaking of.

A future of hope and opportunity begins with a growing economy — and that is what we have. We’re now in the 41st month of uninterrupted job growth, in a recovery that has created 7.2 million new jobs — so far. Unemployment is low, inflation is low, and wages are rising. This economy is on the move, and our job is to keep it that way, not with more government, but with more enterprise.

Then why aren’t there more tax cuts on the table of the sort that has brought about this booming economy??

Next week, I’ll deliver a full report on the state of our economy. Tonight, I want to discuss three economic reforms that deserve to be priorities for this Congress.

First, we must balance the federal budget. We can do so without raising taxes. What we need is impose spending discipline in Washington, D.C. We set a goal of cutting the deficit in half by 2009, and met that goal three years ahead of schedule. Now let us take the next step. In the coming weeks, I will submit a budget that eliminates the federal deficit within the next five years. I ask you to make the same commitment. Together, we can restrain the spending appetite of the federal government, and we can balance the federal budget.

How about cutting some more taxes, Mr. President? The tax cuts you put into place already have caused huge increases in the amount of money collected in taxes to the federal government. Why not more of them? Wouldn’t the additional money help speed the progress of balancing the budget?

Next, there is the matter of earmarks. These special interest items are often slipped into bills at the last hour — when not even C-SPAN is watching. In 2005 alone, the number of earmarks grew to over 13,000 and totaled nearly $18 billion. Even worse, over 90 percent of earmarks never make it to the floor of the House and Senate — they are dropped into committee reports that are not even part of the bill that arrives on my desk. You didn’t vote them into law. I didn’t sign them into law. Yet, they’re treated as if they have the force of law. The time has come to end this practice. So let us work together to reform the budget process, expose every earmark to the light of day and to a vote in Congress, and cut the number and cost of earmarks at least in half by the end of this session.

Why not simply do away with earmarks?? Wouldn’t that be a better and more cost-effective solution?

And, finally, to keep this economy strong we must take on the challenge of entitlements. Social Security and Medicare and Medicaid are commitments of conscience, and so it is our duty to keep them permanently sound. Yet, we’re failing in that duty. And this failure will one day leave our children with three bad options: huge tax increases, huge deficits, or huge and immediate cuts in benefits. Everyone in this chamber knows this to be true — yet somehow we have not found it in ourselves to act. So let us work together and do it now. With enough good sense and goodwill, you and I can fix Medicare and Medicaid — and save Social Security.

Socialist Security and MediScare, et. al are blights on our economy and our nation’s soul that should have never been started in the first place. There is no constitutional excuse for having them. Someone needs to do the right thing and abolish these bastions of socialism that are bringing down our people by convincing them that it is the government’s responsibility to take care of them instead of having them take responsibility for themselves.

Spreading opportunity and hope in America also requires public schools that give children the knowledge and character they need in life. Five years ago, we rose above partisan differences to pass the No Child Left Behind Act, preserving local control, raising standards, and holding those schools accountable for results. And because we acted, students are performing better in reading and math, and minority students are closing the achievement gap.

NCLB sucks. Take it from me – don’t forget what I do every day to pay my bills. The federal government has intruded into states’ rights in a most egregious way with this idiocy. Rescind it and stop acting like it’s the fed’s job to make everything right for everyone. It’s bullshit.

Now the task is to build on the success, without watering down standards, without taking control from local communities, and without backsliding and calling it reform. We can lift student achievement even higher by giving local leaders flexibility to turn around failing schools, and by giving families with children stuck in failing schools the right to choose someplace better. We must increase funds for students who struggle — and make sure these children get the special help they need. And we can make sure our children are prepared for the jobs of the future and our country is more competitive by strengthening math and science skills. The No Child Left Behind Act has worked for America’s children — and I ask Congress to reauthorize this good law.

I ask Congress to rescind this and every other unconstitutional intrusion into the rights of the people and the states. If what you want is to “give local leaders flexibility”, why not simply give them ALL of the power. It’s theirs under the Bill of Rights, you know. Teddy Kennedy can go fuck himself.

A future of hope and opportunity requires that all our citizens have affordable and available health care. When it comes to health care, government has an obligation to care for the elderly, the disabled, and poor children. And we will meet those responsibilities. For all other Americans, private health insurance is the best way to meet their needs. But many Americans cannot afford a health insurance policy.

A future of hope and opportunity requires that all our citizens have affordable and available health care. No it doesn’t. It requires that people live within their means and either plan for the expense of healthcare or work a good deal with their employer for the same. Unfortunately, I fear we’re going to have to deal with the bullshit we’ve already told you morons we don’t want – HITLERYCARE.

And so tonight, I propose two new initiatives to help more Americans afford their own insurance. First, I propose a standard tax deduction for health insurance that will be like the standard tax deduction for dependents. Families with health insurance will pay no income on payroll tax — or payroll taxes on $15,000 of their income. Single Americans with health insurance will pay no income or payroll taxes on $7,500 of their income. With this reform, more than 100 million men, women, and children who are now covered by employer-provided insurance will benefit from lower tax bills. At the same time, this reform will level the playing field for those who do not get health insurance through their job. For Americans who now purchase health insurance on their own, this proposal would mean a substantial tax savings — $4,500 for a family of four making $60,000 a year. And for the millions of other Americans who have no health insurance at all, this deduction would help put a basic private health insurance plan within their reach. Changing the tax code is a vital and necessary step to making health care affordable for more Americans.

Why not just cut taxes so that more people could afford to pay for their own health insurance? Why all this complicated Donk-esque bullshit that would wind up being built into an already ridiculous excuse for a tax code? Do we REALLY want more headaches at tax time? You’re acting like a Donk again, Mr. Bush.

My second proposal is to help the states that are coming up with innovative ways to cover the uninsured. States that make basic private health insurance available to all their citizens should receive federal funds to help them provide this coverage to the poor and the sick. I have asked the Secretary of Health and Human Services to work with Congress to take existing federal funds and use them to create “Affordable Choices” grants. These grants would give our nation’s governors more money and more flexibility to get private health insurance to those most in need.

Or you could just cut taxes and simplify the tax code…

There are many other ways that Congress can help. We need to expand Health Savings Accounts. We need to help small businesses through Association Health Plans. We need to reduce costs and medical errors with better information technology. We will encourage price transparency. And to protect good doctors from junk lawsuits, we’re passing medical liability reform. In all we do, we must remember that the best health care decisions are made not by government and insurance companies, but by patients and their doctors.

Actually what you really need to do is just get the government out of the business of making decisions that people can and should make for themselves. Oh sorry. That would be too Reagan-like. Can’t have that now, can we?

Extending hope and opportunity in our country requires an immigration system worthy of America — with laws that are fair and borders that are secure. When laws and borders are routinely violated, this harms the interests of our country. To secure our border, we’re doubling the size of the Border Patrol, and funding new infrastructure and technology.

This will do no good if the new Border Patrol agents aren’t allowed to do their job.

Yet even with all these steps, we cannot fully secure the border unless we take pressure off the border — and that requires a temporary worker program. We should establish a legal and orderly path for foreign workers to enter our country to work on a temporary basis. As a result, they won’t have to try to sneak in, and that will leave Border Agents free to chase down drug smugglers and criminals and terrorists. We’ll enforce our immigration laws at the work site and give employers the tools to verify the legal status of their workers, so there’s no excuse left for violating the law.

Secure the borders first, then go with this if you want. But SECURE THE BORDERS FIRST ALREADY!

We need to uphold the great tradition of the melting pot that welcomes and assimilates new arrivals. We need to resolve the status of the illegal immigrants who are already in our country without animosity and without amnesty. Convictions run deep in this Capitol when it comes to immigration. Let us have a serious, civil, and conclusive debate, so that you can pass, and I can sign, comprehensive immigration reform into law.

Resolve their status by sending them home and requiring them to follow the law in coming back. Without doing this, you are showing yourself to be a total and complete pussy when it comes to immigration. What’s worse is that the terrorasses see this and use it to their advantage. Is that what you really want, Mr. Bush?

Extending hope and opportunity depends on a stable supply of energy that keeps America’s economy running and America’s environment clean. For too long our nation has been dependent on foreign oil. And this dependence leaves us more vulnerable to hostile regimes, and to terrorists — who could cause huge disruptions of oil shipments, and raise the price of oil, and do great harm to our economy.

Yep, and it’s about time we tapped the huge sources of oil we have here in the United States. In fact, it’s absolutely IMPERATIVE.

It’s in our vital interest to diversify America’s energy supply — the way forward is through technology. We must continue changing the way America generates electric power, by even greater use of clean coal technology, solar and wind energy, and clean, safe nuclear power. We need to press on with battery research for plug-in and hybrid vehicles, and expand the use of clean diesel vehicles and biodiesel fuel. We must continue investing in new methods of producing ethanol — using everything from wood chips to grasses, to agricultural wastes.

All totally useless unless we get at the oil we have in Alaska, Colorado, and all around this great country.

We made a lot of progress, thanks to good policies here in Washington and the strong response of the market. And now even more dramatic advances are within reach. Tonight, I ask Congress to join me in pursuing a great goal. Let us build on the work we’ve done and reduce gasoline usage in the United States by 20 percent in the next 10 years. When we do that we will have cut our total imports by the equivalent of three-quarters of all the oil we now import from the Middle East.

Let’s not. There’s no authorization for it in the Constitution. Why can’t you just inspire ordinary Americans to do it, Mr. President? Why must the federal government always be the answer? Oh yeah. I forgot. No one wants to answer that one.

To reach this goal, we must increase the supply of alternative fuels, by setting a mandatory fuels standard to require 35 billion gallons of renewable and alternative fuels in 2017 — and that is nearly five times the current target. At the same time, we need to reform and modernize fuel economy standards for cars the way we did for light trucks — and conserve up to 8.5 billion more gallons of gasoline by 2017.

To reach this goal, we must get the fed out of the business of telling people what to do with their time and money. Tell us Americans what you want and then shut the fuck up. If it’s worth doing, it will be done. If not, then you did what you could.

Achieving these ambitious goals will dramatically reduce our dependence on foreign oil, but it’s not going to eliminate it. And so as we continue to diversify our fuel supply, we must step up domestic oil production in environmentally sensitive ways. And to further protect America against severe disruptions to our oil supply, I ask Congress to double the current capacity of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve.

This is fine, since the SPR is actually mainly for military purposes… And you can bet Americans will do whatever they can to see to it that domestic oil production gets stepped up – IF the fed will let them, of course.

America is on the verge of technological breakthroughs that will enable us to live our lives less dependent on oil. And these technologies will help us be better stewards of the environment, and they will help us to confront the serious challenge of global climate change.

Global climate change… Didn’t Al Gore lose the election in 2000 (or at least have it “stolen”from him)? Why does it seem to me that Dubya is becoming DONKya?

A future of hope and opportunity requires a fair, impartial system of justice. The lives of our citizens across our nation are affected by the outcome of cases pending in our federal courts. We have a shared obligation to ensure that the federal courts have enough judges to hear those cases and deliver timely rulings. As President, I have a duty to nominate qualified men and women to vacancies on the federal bench. And the United States Senate has a duty, as well, to give those nominees a fair hearing, and a prompt up-or-down vote on the Senate floor.

While appointing good Constitutionalists to the Supreme Court and other courts has been a positive aspect of your presidency, Mr. Bush, we also have an obligation to keep these and others charged with making, enforcing, and ruling on laws honest. Vague laws that leave too much room for “interpretation” should never be written, passed, enforced, or ruled constitutional. Police officers arresting individuals without even knowing what charges will be filed should be considered a major violation of people’s rights. These kinds of practices have led directly to serious violations of personal property rights such as Kelo, and must be addressed. I’m not holding my breath.

For all of us in this room, there is no higher responsibility than to protect the people of this country from danger. Five years have come and gone since we saw the scenes and felt the sorrow that the terrorists can cause. We’ve had time to take stock of our situation. We’ve added many critical protections to guard the homeland. We know with certainty that the horrors of that September morning were just a glimpse of what the terrorists intend for us — unless we stop them.

With the distance of time, we find ourselves debating the causes of conflict and the course we have followed. Such debates are essential when a great democracy faces great questions. Yet one question has surely been settled: that to win the war on terror we must take the fight to the enemy.

To win we much take the fight to the enemy. Then why haven’t we? Our adversary is right there in Iraq within easy shooting range of our soldiers. Why do we handcuff them and give them rules of engagement that stop them from doing that very thing? Why do we send them over there if not to fight and kill terrorists? I’m all for the war and winning it, Mr. President. You have made some really great decisions with regard to the war, but what good will all of those decisions be if we lose a war that could have easily been won by simply letting our soldiers fight?

From the start, America and our allies have protected our people by staying on the offense. The enemy knows that the days of comfortable sanctuary, easy movement, steady financing, and free flowing communications are long over. For the terrorists, life since 9/11 has never been the same.

I’m not sure I would call what is going on in Iraq “offense”.

Our success in this war is often measured by the things that did not happen. We cannot know the full extent of the attacks that we and our allies have prevented, but here is some of what we do know: We stopped an al Qaeda plot to fly a hijacked airplane into the tallest building on the West Coast. We broke up a Southeast Asian terror cell grooming operatives for attacks inside the United States. We uncovered an al Qaeda cell developing anthrax to be used in attacks against America. And just last August, British authorities uncovered a plot to blow up passenger planes bound for America over the Atlantic Ocean. For each life saved, we owe a debt of gratitude to the brave public servants who devote their lives to finding the terrorists and stopping them.

Nice job. NOW can we start shooting?

Every success against the terrorists is a reminder of the shoreless ambitions of this enemy. The evil that inspired and rejoiced in 9/11 is still at work in the world. And so long as that’s the case, America is still a nation at war.

In the mind of the terrorist, this war began well before September the 11th, and will not end until their radical vision is fulfilled. And these past five years have given us a much clearer view of the nature of this enemy. Al Qaeda and its followers are Sunni extremists, possessed by hatred and commanded by a harsh and narrow ideology. Take almost any principle of civilization, and their goal is the opposite. They preach with threats, instruct with bullets and bombs, and promise paradise for the murder of the innocent.

So true. NOW can we start shooting?

Our enemies are quite explicit about their intentions. They want to overthrow moderate governments, and establish safe havens from which to plan and carry out new attacks on our country. By killing and terrorizing Americans, they want to force our country to retreat from the world and abandon the cause of liberty. They would then be free to impose their will and spread their totalitarian ideology. Listen to this warning from the late terrorist Zarqawi: “We will sacrifice our blood and bodies to put an end to your dreams, and what is coming is even worse.” Osama bin Laden declared: “Death is better than living on this Earth with the unbelievers among us.”

These men are not given to idle words, and they are just one camp in the Islamist radical movement. In recent times, it has also become clear that we face an escalating danger from Shia extremists who are just as hostile to America, and are also determined to dominate the Middle East. Many are known to take direction from the regime in Iran, which is funding and arming terrorists like Hezbollah — a group second only to al Qaeda in the American lives it has taken.

Amen to all of that. NOW can we start shooting?

The Shia and Sunni extremists are different faces of the same totalitarian threat. Whatever slogans they chant, when they slaughter the innocent they have the same wicked purposes. They want to kill Americans, kill democracy in the Middle East, and gain the weapons to kill on an even more horrific scale.

In the sixth year since our nation was attacked, I wish I could report to you that the dangers had ended. They have not. And so it remains the policy of this government to use every lawful and proper tool of intelligence, diplomacy, law enforcement, and military action to do our duty, to find these enemies, and to protect the American people.

Sir. We have the most powerful military in the history of the world. We’d like to start shooting. What say?

This war is more than a clash of arms — it is a decisive ideological struggle, and the security of our nation is in the balance. To prevail, we must remove the conditions that inspire blind hatred, and drove 19 men to get onto airplanes and to come and kill us. What every terrorist fears most is human freedom — societies where men and women make their own choices, answer to their own conscience, and live by their hopes instead of their resentments. Free people are not drawn to violent and malignant ideologies — and most will choose a better way when they’re given a chance. So we advance our own security interests by helping moderates and reformers and brave voices for democracy. The great question of our day is whether America will help men and women in the Middle East to build free societies and share in the rights of all humanity. And I say, for the sake of our own security, we must.

The best way to do this is to let our soldiers start shooting.

In the last two years, we’ve seen the desire for liberty in the broader Middle East — and we have been sobered by the enemy’s fierce reaction. In 2005, the world watched as the citizens of Lebanon raised the banner of the Cedar Revolution, they drove out the Syrian occupiers and chose new leaders in free elections. In 2005, the people of Afghanistan defied the terrorists and elected a democratic legislature. And in 2005, the Iraqi people held three national elections, choosing a transitional government, adopting the most progressive, democratic constitution in the Arab world, and then electing a government under that constitution. Despite endless threats from the killers in their midst, nearly 12 million Iraqi citizens came out to vote in a show of hope and solidarity that we should never forget.

A thinking enemy watched all of these scenes, adjusted their tactics, and in 2006 they struck back. In Lebanon, assassins took the life of Pierre Gemayel, a prominent participant in the Cedar Revolution. Hezbollah terrorists, with support from Syria and Iran, sowed conflict in the region and are seeking to undermine Lebanon’s legitimately elected government. In Afghanistan, Taliban and al Qaeda fighters tried to regain power by regrouping and engaging Afghan and NATO forces. In Iraq, al Qaeda and other Sunni extremists blew up one of the most sacred places in Shia Islam — the Golden Mosque of Samarra. This atrocity, directed at a Muslim house of prayer, was designed to provoke retaliation from Iraqi Shia — and it succeeded. Radical Shia elements, some of whom receive support from Iran, formed death squads. The result was a tragic escalation of sectarian rage and reprisal that continues to this day.

It’s time to start shooting these terrorists.

This is not the fight we entered in Iraq, but it is the fight we’re in. Every one of us wishes this war were over and won. Yet it would not be like us to leave our promises unkept, our friends abandoned, and our own security at risk. Ladies and gentlemen: On this day, at this hour, it is still within our power to shape the outcome of this battle. Let us find our resolve, and turn events toward victory.

I don’t see this happening unless we start shooting.

We’re carrying out a new strategy in Iraq — a plan that demands more from Iraq’s elected government, and gives our forces in Iraq the reinforcements they need to complete their mission. Our goal is a democratic Iraq that upholds the rule of law, respects the rights of its people, provides them security, and is an ally in the war on terror.

Start shooting. Until you do, not much else has a chance.

In order to make progress toward this goal, the Iraqi government must stop the sectarian violence in its capital. But the Iraqis are not yet ready to do this on their own. So we’re deploying reinforcements of more than 20,000 additional soldiers and Marines to Iraq. The vast majority will go to Baghdad, where they will help Iraqi forces to clear and secure neighborhoods, and serve as advisers embedded in Iraqi Army units. With Iraqis in the lead, our forces will help secure the city by chasing down the terrorists, insurgents, and the roaming death squads. And in Anbar Province, where al Qaeda terrorists have gathered and local forces have begun showing a willingness to fight them, we’re sending an additional 4,000 United States Marines, with orders to find the terrorists and clear them out. We didn’t drive al Qaeda out of their safe haven in Afghanistan only to let them set up a new safe haven in a free Iraq.

Does this mean that the Iraqis can start shooting? Someone had better do it. The terrorists aren’t going to stop shooting until they’re shot and dead.

The people of Iraq want to live in peace, and now it’s time for their government to act. Iraq’s leaders know that our commitment is not open-ended. They have promised to deploy more of their own troops to secure Baghdad — and they must do so. They pledged that they will confront violent radicals of any faction or political party — and they need to follow through, and lift needless restrictions on Iraqi and coalition forces, so these troops can achieve their mission of bringing security to all of the people of Baghdad. Iraq’s leaders have committed themselves to a series of benchmarks — to achieve reconciliation, to share oil revenues among all of Iraq’s citizens, to put the wealth of Iraq into the rebuilding of Iraq, to allow more Iraqis to re-enter their nation’s civic life, to hold local elections, and to take responsibility for security in every Iraqi province. But for all of this to happen, Baghdad must be secure. And our plan will help the Iraqi government take back its capital and make good on its commitments.

The terrorists have been shooting at our soldiers and Iraqi allies. Until we shoot back, Baghdad will never be properly secure.

My fellow citizens, our military commanders and I have carefully weighed the options. We discussed every possible approach. In the end, I chose this course of action because it provides the best chance for success. Many in this chamber understand that America must not fail in Iraq, because you understand that the consequences of failure would be grievous and far-reaching.

America must not fail in Iraq. You got that right. Why can’t we just accept the fact that to win the war we’re going to have to let our soldiers shoot and kill the terrorists instead of waiting for them to shoot our soldiers?

If American forces step back before Baghdad is secure, the Iraqi government would be overrun by extremists on all sides. We could expect an epic battle between Shia extremists backed by Iran, and Sunni extremists aided by al Qaeda and supporters of the old regime. A contagion of violence could spill out across the country — and in time, the entire region could be drawn into the conflict.

Start shooting right now and watch Baghdad be secure in record time. Look how fast we took the place when we were allowed to shoot…

For America, this is a nightmare scenario. For the enemy, this is the objective. Chaos is the greatest ally — their greatest ally in this struggle. And out of chaos in Iraq would emerge an emboldened enemy with new safe havens, new recruits, new resources, and an even greater determination to harm America. To allow this to happen would be to ignore the lessons of September the 11th and invite tragedy. Ladies and gentlemen, nothing is more important at this moment in our history than for America to succeed in the Middle East, to succeed in Iraq and to spare the American people from this danger.

This is where matters stand tonight, in the here and now. I have spoken with many of you in person. I respect you and the arguments you’ve made. We went into this largely united, in our assumptions and in our convictions. And whatever you voted for, you did not vote for failure. Our country is pursuing a new strategy in Iraq, and I ask you to give it a chance to work. And I ask you to support our troops in the field, and those on their way.

The war on terror we fight today is a generational struggle that will continue long after you and I have turned our duties over to others. And that’s why it’s important to work together so our nation can see this great effort through. Both parties and both branches should work in close consultation. It’s why I propose to establish a special advisory council on the war on terror, made up of leaders in Congress from both political parties. We will share ideas for how to position America to meet every challenge that confronts us. We’ll show our enemies abroad that we are united in the goal of victory.

And one of the first steps we can take together is to add to the ranks of our military so that the American Armed Forces are ready for all the challenges ahead. Tonight I ask the Congress to authorize an increase in the size of our active Army and Marine Corps by 92,000 in the next five years. A second task we can take on together is to design and establish a volunteer Civilian Reserve Corps. Such a corps would function much like our military reserve. It would ease the burden on the Armed Forces by allowing us to hire civilians with critical skills to serve on missions abroad when America needs them. It would give people across America who do not wear the uniform a chance to serve in the defining struggle of our time.

None of this will have any effect on the terrorists unless these and our existing soldiers are allowed to shoot at the terrorists.

Americans can have confidence in the outcome of this struggle because we’re not in this struggle alone. We have a diplomatic strategy that is rallying the world to join in the fight against extremism. In Iraq, multinational forces are operating under a mandate from the United Nations. We’re working with Jordan and Saudi Arabia and Egypt and the Gulf States to increase support for Iraq’s government.

The United Nations has imposed sanctions on Iran, and made it clear that the world will not allow the regime in Tehran to acquire nuclear weapons. With the other members of the Quartet — the U.N., the European Union, and Russia — we’re pursuing diplomacy to help bring peace to the Holy Land, and pursuing the establishment of a democratic Palestinian state living side-by-side with Israel in peace and security. In Afghanistan, NATO has taken the lead in turning back the Taliban and al Qaeda offensive — the first time the Alliance has deployed forces outside the North Atlantic area. Together with our partners in China, Japan, Russia, and South Korea, we’re pursuing intensive diplomacy to achieve a Korean Peninsula free of nuclear weapons.

Pursuing peace with the help of our enemies (UN, EU, Russia)? Sounds kind of sick to me.

We will continue to speak out for the cause of freedom in places like Cuba, Belarus, and Burma — and continue to awaken the conscience of the world to save the people of Darfur.

Amen. Mr. President.

American foreign policy is more than a matter of war and diplomacy. Our work in the world is also based on a timeless truth: To whom much is given, much is required. We hear the call to take on the challenges of hunger and poverty and disease — and that is precisely what America is doing. We must continue to fight HIV/AIDS, especially on the continent of Africa. Because you funded our Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, the number of people receiving life-saving drugs has grown from 50,000 to more than 800,000 in three short years. I ask you to continue funding our efforts to fight HIV/AIDS. I ask you to provide $1.2 billion over five years so we can combat malaria in 15 African countries.

Bullshit. We may have these responsibilities as individual citizens, but our government has NO right getting involved in ANY of it.

I ask that you fund the Millennium Challenge Account, so that American aid reaches the people who need it, in nations where democracy is on the rise and corruption is in retreat. And let us continue to support the expanded trade and debt relief that are the best hope for lifting lives and eliminating poverty.

I ask that the government do nothing of the sort, and instead plead with the American people to support whatever the cause du jour is. Let the chips fall where they may. This way people aren’t being forced to spend their money in ways that they wouldn’t want to or worse, having it taken from them and spent in ways they wouldn’t want to spend it.

When America serves others in this way, we show the strength and generosity of our country. These deeds reflect the character of our people. The greatest strength we have is the heroic kindness, courage, and self-sacrifice of the American people. You see this spirit often if you know where to look — and tonight we need only look above to the gallery.

The deeds I mentioned reflect the character of our people. The deeds you mention, Mr. President, only reflect the evil tendency of our government to take people’s money and spend it without true regard for those same people’s intentions.

Dikembe Mutombo grew up in Africa, amid great poverty and disease. He came to Georgetown University on a scholarship to study medicine — but Coach John Thompson got a look at Dikembe and had a different idea. Dikembe became a star in the NBA, and a citizen of the United States. But he never forgot the land of his birth, or the duty to share his blessings with others. He built a brand new hospital in his old hometown. A friend has said of this good-hearted man: “Mutombo believes that God has given him this opportunity to do great things.” And we are proud to call this son of the Congo a citizen of the United States of America.

I’ve held this man’s shoe. I promise I really have. It extends from my elbow to my fingertips. Motherfucker has HUGE FEET!

He also seems to have a huge heart, and the means to use it to help others. Why are you using this awesome example of a well-to-do American using HIS OWN money, not stealing it from others like you do every day, to create a better life for others? It’s NOT the same thing.

After her daughter was born, Julie Aigner-Clark searched for ways to share her love of music and art with her child. So she borrowed some equipment, and began filming children’s videos in her basement. The Baby Einstein Company was born, and in just five years her business grew to more than $20 million in sales. In November 2001, Julie sold Baby Einstein to the Walt Disney Company, and with her help Baby Einstein has grown into a $200 million business. Julie represents the great enterprising spirit of America. And she is using her success to help others — producing child safety videos with John Walsh of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Julie says of her new project: “I believe it’s the most important thing that I have ever done. I believe that children have the right to live in a world that is safe.” And so tonight, we are pleased to welcome this talented business entrepreneur and generous social entrepreneur — Julie Aigner-Clark.

Again, not a cent begged for from others or from the government. It’s NOT the same thing.

Three weeks ago, Wesley Autrey was waiting at a Harlem subway station with his two little girls, when he saw a man fall into the path of a train. With seconds to act, Wesley jumped onto the tracks, pulled the man into the space between the rails, and held him as the train passed right above their heads. He insists he’s not a hero. He says: “We got guys and girls overseas dying for us to have our freedoms. We have got to show each other some love.” There is something wonderful about a country that produces a brave and humble man like Wesley Autrey.

And not once did Wesley Autrey ask the government to help him save that life.

Tommy Rieman was a teenager pumping gas in Independence, Kentucky, when he enlisted in the United States Army. In December 2003, he was on a reconnaissance mission in Iraq when his team came under heavy enemy fire. From his Humvee, Sergeant Rieman returned fire; he used his body as a shield to protect his gunner. He was shot in the chest and arm, and received shrapnel wounds to his legs — yet he refused medical attention, and stayed in the fight. He helped to repel a second attack, firing grenades at the enemy’s position. For his exceptional courage, Sergeant Rieman was awarded the Silver Star. And like so many other Americans who have volunteered to defend us, he has earned the respect and the gratitude of our entire country.

Volunteering to put your life on the line for others is the greatest gift a person can give. This does not illustrate at all the concept of using the government, a necessary evil at best, as a means of solving people’s problems. It’s bullshit.

In such courage and compassion, ladies and gentlemen, we see the spirit and character of America — and these qualities are not in short supply. This is a decent and honorable country — and resilient, too. We’ve been through a lot together. We’ve met challenges and faced dangers, and we know that more lie ahead. Yet we can go forward with confidence — because the State of our Union is strong, our cause in the world is right, and tonight that cause goes on. God bless.

See you next year. Thank you for your prayers.

The courage and compassion of the American people, including Dikembe Mutombo, Julie Aigner-Clark, Wesley Autrey, and Tommy Rieman, does reflect the spirit and character of this, the greatest nation God ever gave this world, but ALL of these people are showing courage and character that is the ANTITHESIS of the evil socialist tendencies of those in our government.

I support this president, and have since his first term began. I am, however, disappointed in his failure to learn the lessons of his father’s failures, such as failing to finish the job in Iraq and playing stupid games like “Let’s Get Along”, which ruined the legacy of his presidency. If Dubya is going to be successful, he absolutely MUST make this change, or his legacy is doomed.

Fuck the Democrats and kill the terrorists, and W can change this in a heartbeat.

RWR

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Obama is a Shitweasel

Posted by RightWingRocker on December 11, 2006

HS BethW has put up a gem today. She trashed Barak the Schlock for saying the following:

He acknowledges that there are people who will not vote for him because of the colour of his skin, but as he points out, the same people would probably not vote for him because of his politics.

Mr. Obama, if these people would’t vote for you because of your politics, what the fuck does it matter what color your skin is? I, for one, and fucking fed up with these Democrats who want to paint Republicans and other conservatives with this racist brush. The Donks are the ones who oppress groups of people by giving them victim status and then seeking to keep them there with their stupid moronic, and fucking idiotic socialist progams that are not only unconstitutional, but would stand less of a chance than a snowball in hell of achieving their objective.

Hey Osama, how many times did you refuse to vote for a candidate because he was white or asian or jewish? Hmm? I’m not saying you did or didn’t, but it’s pretty fucking clear that you think and care about this shit a whole lot more than I do. For your fucking information, I’d probably fall all over myself to vote for J.C. Watts, especially over Hitlery’s sorry fat ass or, for that matter, yours. In fact, Watts would have my vote over just about any Democrat of any race or any religion. He’s a few thousand times better a candidate than you or your bitch friend from Chicago ArkansasNew York (“Oh yeah. I’ve ALWAYS loved the Yankees!” – if only the White Sox fans she grew up around would have known that, they could have saved us a heap of bullshit).

I’m going to let you in on a little secret, dickweed. Americans are SMART. That’s right asshole. They’re SMART. And they can tell when you’re trying to garner support for yourself based on your race. What you are really saying when you say the above is, “Hey look at me. I’m black! So vote for me because I’m black! Never mind my positions on issues. What’s important is that I’m black.”

That’s right Mr. OsamaObama, I’m accusing you of racism here on this blog. Blatant, transparent, inexcusable racism. You are a fucking racist pig, and you’re just as bad as any active member of the Ku Klux Klan. I defy you or anyone else to show me otherwise.

In the meantime, you can fuck off and go to hell.

RWR

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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.

RWR

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Our Troops are Doing Worse Things than THIS??

Posted by RightWingRocker on November 4, 2006

Yeah, ok. Keep talking about how American soldiers are involved in torture and murder that’s worse than the terrorists’, you fucking leftard liberidiot losers.

This kid was an IRAQI. Do you fuckwads want to bring up Gitmo and Abu-graib now?

No need to click the link. Here’s what happened. A group of terrorist fucknozzles walked up to a 14-year old kid and asked him for identification, which he furnished. His ID showed that he was a Christian, so they asked if he were Christian, to which he answered in the affirmative.

For this, they grabbed his arms and legs, and held him down while they brutally sliced off his head, the whole time hollering out “Allahu Akbar!”. A 14-year old kid – and yes, there were witnesses.

This brings forth an important point. Who the fuck do you loony leftwad asshats think you are defending this army of human debris? Whose side are you on, anyway? Have you forgotten already the things these people do, despite their insistence upon reminding us so often?

Show me the brutality that equals this. Show me the torture that equals this. If our solders, the horrible killer terrorist torturers they are alleged to be, are engaged in worse torturous and murderous acts than those of the terrrorists, show it to me now, or forever shut the fuck up.

RWR

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Mexico Criticizes Plan for Border Fence

Posted by RightWingRocker on October 3, 2006

Yeah yeah. Not news, but I suppose I’ll blog about it anyway, since I’ve been kind of quiet lately…

Mexico sent a diplomatic note to the U.S. government on Monday saying a plan to build hundreds of miles of fencing on their common border would damage relations.

Oh yeah? Well boo-fucking-hoo. What are you morons going to do?? Invade? Please.

President-elect Felipe Calderon urged U.S. officials to reconsider the plan, saying one “could stop more migrants with a kilometer of new roads and development (in Mexico) than with a wall.”

Hey Felipe, how about you Mexicans build YOUR OWN roads? Quite a novel thought, eh? Did you ever think of that? Fucking morons.

In the letter to the U.S. State Department, Mexico’s Foreign Relations Department said only comprehensive reform could stem the tide of illegal immigrants heading north in search of work.

The only comprehensive reform I need is a wall and more people on the border defending it. Second Amendment, anyone?

President Vicente Fox, who leaves office Dec. 1, has spent his six-year term lobbying for a new guest worker program and an amnesty for the millions of Mexicans working illegally in the United States _ proposals that have been supported by President Bush.

Bye Vinny. Been nice blogging about you. Don’t let the door hit you in the ass on your way out.

However, U.S. lawmakers, who face midterm elections in November, have shown a greater appetite for border security measures. On Friday the Senate approved a bill authorizing 700 miles of new fencing in border states.

See? Americans want the wall. Otherwise there wouldn’t be so much support for it from people trying to get re-elected. Are you starting to understand now? Probably not, if you think that the US has to build your fucking roads for you.

Fox has called the barrier “shameful” and compared it to the Berlin Wall.

Boo-fucking-hoo. Here’s an appropriate comparison to the Berlin Wall – Berlin’s wall was built to force people within the country (East Germany) to stay there so that the government could continue oppressing them. America’s wall is being built to force people on the outside to follow the rules and obey the laws that protect those inside the wall. As for those escaping Mexican oppression, there is quite a bit Farks could have done to cut back on the oppression down on his side of the wall. Of course, Farks was never one to understand simple logic.

Calderon said Monday that the barrier would not deter migrants from walking across the desert or swimming over the Rio Grande in search of a better life.

Nope. Of course, no one expects it to. Never mind that you, Mr. Calderon, could kill some of the socialism and make life better in Mexico so that people would want to stay there. All we’re looking for is a way to bring things a little more under control so that there are Mexicans available in Mexico to build roads and such. That and we want our laws obeyed. What part of that don’t these fuckwads understand?

“A border that unites two nations allows the free movement of labor but is closed to drugs, guns and criminals,” he added. Calderon spoke in Guatemala, where he met with President Oscar Berger on his first international tour since the July presidential election.

Umm … get over yourself, please. The LAST thing we want at this point is to unite with Mexico. We have more than enough socialism as it is. Perhaps we could consider a nice package bringing Mexico under US control, but right now, we’re busy with more important matters, such as shedding some of the socialism we’re already suffering under.

On Friday, Foreign Secretary Luis Ernesto Derbez said he would try to persuade Bush not to sign the bill.

You do that, Ernie. In the meantime, we Americans will be looking out for American interests instead of Mexican interests. Sorry we’re so goddamned selfish, but that’s how it is.

“We think it is a gesture that doesn’t reflect the friendship between the nations of Latin America and the Caribbean and the United States,” Derbez said.

Friendship? Please. What kind of friend would encourage leaving people’s doors unlocked while simultaneously encouraging criminals to go into their houses? Mexico is NO FRIEND of the United States.

Here’s an interesting fact:

An estimated 11 million Mexican citizens are in the United States, about half of them illegally.Last year, Mexican migrants sent home more than $20 billion in remittances, the country’s second leading source of foreign income after oil. In the first eight months of 2006, remittances rose by nearly 20 percent over the same period last year, according to figures released by the Mexican Central Bank on Monday.

So Mexico’s second leading source of foreign income comes from migrant workers in the US. Cutting off the flow of illegal aliens would cut that about in half by this estimate. So again, the old adage “follow the money” applies.

If the Mexican government really wanted to be of service, they could read this post. I’ve given them all manner of good advice on how to be of real service to America and, more importantly, to Mexicans. If they didn’t heed my advice then, I doubt they will now.

I guess they’re just the stupid fuckwits I’ve had them pegged for all along.

RWR

Update 10/4 5:10PM: President Bush signed the bill! Hey Farks and Calderon, KISS THIS!

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Oliver Stone

Posted by RightWingRocker on September 29, 2006

… can go fuck himself. After five years of war defending his right to say the stupid shit he says, he spews this fecal matter:

“From Sept. 12 on, the incident (the attacks) was politicized and it has polarized the entire world,” said Stone. “It is a shame because it is a waste of energy to see that the entire world five years later is still convulsed in the grip of 9/11.

If the terrorists would just stop killing people, you fucking moron, no one would be convulsed in the grip of 9/11, or any other terrorist operation, for that matter. We didn’t choose this war. We’re fighting it because it’s the right thing to do. We’re fighting it so that these Islamofascist nutwads don’t get so powerful that they ultimately force us all into servitude.

“It’s a waste of energy away from things that do matter which is poverty, death, disease, the planet itself and fixing things in our own homes rather than fighting wars with others. Mr. Bush has set America back 10 years, maybe more.”

I wish he would set America back further than that. The amount of energy and money that’s been wasted on poverty, death, disease, and environmental hoaxes is a fucking joke. We’re better off fighting the terrorists. At least that’s constitutional.

“If there had been a better sense of preparation, if we had a leadership that was more mature,” he said. “We did not fight back in the same way that the British fought the IRA or the Spanish government fought the Basques here. Terrorism is a manageable action. It can be lived with,” said Stone.

If we had leadership that was more mature, a certain buddy of Oliver Stone’s might have done the right thing and gotten a motel room for his affair instead of doing it right in the Oval Office and disrespecting those who had come before him in the process.

I don’t need any more proof that this fuckup is a nutcase than the last two sentences of that quote. “Terrorism is a manageable action. It can be lived with.” Try telling that to the Pearl family and the families of those who were killed on September 11, 2001. Manageable action that can be lived with MY ASS.

“This war on Iraq is a disaster. I’m disgraced. I’m ashamed for my country,” he said. “I’m also ashamed that America has attacked itself with its constitutional breakdowns. I’m deeply ashamed.”

You’ve been watching too much CNN, Ollie. I can’t wait for Bryan’s blog to start up. You will be debunked on that point repeatedly. You are a disgrace.

Constitutional breakdowns? In one breath this guy is bitching about going after terrorists instead of expanding unconstitutional programs, and in the next he’s bitching about “constitutional breakdowns”. I guess he forgot that if more passengers on those planes were armed, the terrorists might have chosen another target.

Two words for Oliver Stone –

FUCK YOU.

RWR

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