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Thursday, August 31, 2006


Our good friends, the Brits, have made a 'docudrama' about President George Bush being assassinated. It's simply disgusting that anybody would make irresponsible garbage like this that targets a sitting president.

I was always under the impression that even joking about killing the president was a federal offense. I guess things have changed since JFK was killed.

But, you can bet the moonbats over at the HuffPo love the idea. Here are some of their early comments:

Damn, too bad it was fiction. I love to see that piece of shit with his brains blown out.
By: BeheadBushPlease on August 31, 2006 at 11:25am

Be carefull what you post on this subject. Anything you say could be a federal offense and the feds are probably watching as we write.

By: dantana1776 on August 31, 2006 at 10:49am

I think I saw a commercial for this. It was described as 'an uplifting fantasy of hope and triumph for the entire world'
By: waxwings on August 31, 2006 at 10:53am

just wishful thinking, pal...the king is too well guarded for it to really happen...we can only hope there is a hell for this kristian...
By: Madashell on August 31, 2006 at 10:57am

Turnabout is fair play. This film is terrorism being perpetrated against the president just as he has done to us. I wonder how HE likes it.
By: TLV on August 31, 2006 at 10:59am

The most likely scenario will be Bush Sr with his former CIA connections takes out his own son. for the good of the country, he finally realizes what a monster he ahs created and uses his CIA links to off his son.
Come on Bush SR...You know you want to. You know that the country is suffering. for the sake of the country.....DO IT!!!!
By: jimmyboyo on August 31, 2006 at 11:04am

To make the assassination plausible Smirky McFlightsuit should be run over by his murdering cunt wife.

By: Coultersenlargedprostate on August 31, 2006 at 03:17pm

He is a multiple murderer and deserves to be killed. He thought it great fun as governor to oversee numerous state murders. He is responsible for hundreds of thousands of death. He deserves a very slow painful death.

By: Spinoza750 on August 31, 2006 at 05:40pm

Just look back for a moment and imagine how many people Bush has ordered to kill.
His assassination will not come as a surprise to me.
What goes around comes around.
By: IOU on August 31, 2006 at 04:42pm

The Left is Unhinged and Delusional. We should all pray for the safety of our president.

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Bush Stole Their Favorite Word

Nice picture, Arianna. Nothing like a little red meat for her Digital Brownshirts.

This is pretty rich. The Left is upset that the Bush Administration is referring to Islamo-facists as facists. As I've pointed out many times on this blog, the moonbats can't go 5 minutes without comparing Bush to Hitler.

And then they prove me correct each and every time. They bash the President for comparing the terrorists to facists and that upsets the libtards. Probably because they've already claimed the word for themselves. Of course they are the first to come to the defense of the poor Islamo-facists.
Check out some of these postings from the enlightened HuffPo readers:

Well that makes sense, when your goal is Christian Fascism.
By: DrPaulProteus on August 30, 2006 at 04:33pm

It's an insult to Hitler and Mussolini to compare them to Bush.
Both were at least intelligent and COMPETENT fascist leaders.
By: yankee on August 30, 2006 at 07:15pm

The current American government is the fascist one, being in bed with religion and big corperations. They're pointing the finger, but it's to distract from their own fascism.

By: CompetitiveEater on August 30, 2006 at 04:33pm

Where did they get the grainy picture of Bush and Cheney. And when did Bush grow that goofy moustache?

By: BUMbO on August 30, 2006 at 04:33pm

They fear, even though they have sold bread, circus and war, and even though they have the media in their pocket, that Joe Public will tumble to the fact Republicans are fascists.

By: aristotle on August 30, 2006 at 04:36pm

One thing the Bush Administration knows is Fascism...
By: rschultz on August 30, 2006 at 04:37pm

Republicans are fascist! Evil fascist totalitarians who want to stock the world with American made weapons! EVIL!
By: reinventit on August 30, 2006 at 04:37pm

Funny...coming from the most fascist regime in North America.......

By: devilyousay on August 30, 2006 at 04:37pm

BushCo = The Pot
Islamist Terrorists = The Kettle And Fascism is the new Black.
By: brashlion on August 30, 2006 at 04:39pm

The Republicans are using the old ploy of I'm not a fascist if I call you one first. They hope to inoculate themselves from the reality that they are truly the FASCISTS.

By: eugenegerard on August 30, 2006 at 04:39pm

Yes, The GOP is full of NeoCon Fascists.
Vote the filth out in November!!
By: bushmakesmesick on August 30, 2006 at 04:41pm

There are 17 pages of these comments. These were all from the first page. I think it's scary that these people think they know whats best for our country. I think it's laughable that they call themselves tolerant and compassionate.

Slimfast Katie

Why does this whole deal about Couric taking over the anchor job have to be made into an event bigger than the Second Coming? Ted Baxter read the news. That's all you have to do, honey, read the news off the teleprompter, you are not curing cancer.

And I for one, have about had it with the constant fake-outs the driveby media trys to foist upon us daily, with the staged photos, the re-touched photos, and fabricated stories.

I will guarantee you that the driveby media is bummed out that Ernesto fizzled out as a potential hurricane. Weren't we supposed to have a record number of hurricanes this year because of (gasp) Global Warming? Weren't gas prices supposed to be $4 per gallon by now?

And what the hell is all this hype over Mark Karr when we already knew Patsy did it? The media, like the leftists that they are, are consistently wrong.

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Hitler Day at The HuffPo

The moment I saw this article at the HuffPo today, I knew it would be rife with Nazi-babble.

It didn't disappoint.

They are foaming at the mouth, weeping and gnashing their teeth over the news that it was Armitage, not Karl Rove who spilled the beans on Plame's CIA status. Karl Rove will not be frog-marched out of the White House in handcuffs.

Like, total bummer, dude, for the libtards.

Saddle up and read these lunatic fringe rantings from the moonbats:

I see no difference between Karl Rove and Hermann Goebels. To them life is about manipulation, lying, cheating, using, and destroying decent people to attain power. His handlers are no better. They all have blood on their hands. The blood of thousands of people.
By: bluestar on August 29, 2006 at 05:32pm

Didn't Rove get his start as a Nazi in the Blues Brothers movie? Wasn't he sitting on the passenger side of the Pinto Station wagon?
What a prick.
By: neoconcriminals on August 29, 2006 at 10:01am

Rove –
Tar and feather him, set him in a pillory, and give him a depleted uranium enema. Then find Mussulini's meathook and string him up at nearest gas station.
By: Americanabroad on August 29, 2006 at 10:05am

karl just carrying on the family tradition. after all his grandfather was a nazi governor during ww 2 and he is doing what comes naturally.
By: einstein on August 29, 2006 at 10:33am

Karl Rove a.k.a. Josef Goebbels II is at it again. Take a good look at him. Isn't he one ugly, despicable looking son of a bitch?
By: liberalal on August 29, 2006 at 10:34am

By: republiscum on August 29, 2006 at 11:00am

That photo of Rove looks quite apropo, very Naziesque....with the Heil Bush, Salute, and Herr Goebbels (Rove) department of propaganda.
I like all you fucking imbecile cocksucking Bush supporters to come over here to Germany and talk to old folks who lived through those days ...they will tell you simpletons just how much alike the USA is today.
By: BeheadBushPlease on August 29, 2006 at 12:53pm

Its coming...........they are already building detention centers for liberals as we speak. Haven't heard about them? Nazi Germany started out quite mild actually. Then Kristallnacht..........same is going on in USA with Neocons wanting to kill all Muslims. It CAN happen there and probably will as long as you keep voting for the NeoNazi party of BushCo.
By: BeheadBushPlease on August 29, 2006 at 02:01pm

Herr Rove salutes the crowd as he begins his speech: "Heil Bush!"
By: Batwater on August 29, 2006

Monday, August 28, 2006

Sore Loser Syndrome

So, yet another poll shows that 47% of Americans don't have a lot of faith in our voting system.

Isn't that about the same percentage that voted Democrat last election?
Here's an interesting tidbit from the article that everybody over at the HuffPo is choosing to ignore:

The only change has been the partisan details. In the 1990s, with a Democrat in the White House, Democrats were more likely than Republicans to believe that elections are fair. Now, with a Republican in the White House, the partisan perspectives have reversed.

Got it? When a Dem is elected, the elections are perceived as fair. The Republicans don't piss and moan that the election was 'stolen'.
When a Republican is in the White House, the elections were rigged.

Pretty much says it all about our moonbat friends, doesn't it?

Sunday, August 27, 2006

Moonbats React As Predicted

It should come as no surprise that word of the safe release of 2 kidnappedFox News journalists was met with disdain by readers over at the HuffPo.

Reactions ranged from disappointment that the journalists weren't beheaded, to claims that they were never kidnapped and it was all a Fox conspiracy to generate ratings. There is an epidemic of unwarranted self regard over at the HuffPost. I think that's why they call them the 'Loony Left'

Bush Derangement Syndrome knows no bounds. Here are some of the reactions from the HuffPo libtards:

America is celebrating the safe return of innocent men. Oh, wait, they work for Fox News. Cancel that celebration.
By: jacksnead on August 27, 2006 at 09:32am

They had to promise to report the real news.
By: nowar on August 27, 2006 at 09:48am Allah forgives them for doing the work of the Great Satan's lying tongue.
By: Heretic on August 27, 2006 at 09:57am

How do we actually know they really kidnapped. Remember we are dealing With Fox. It could all be just a bunch of b.s. for ratings and sensationalism. I really have my doubts that they were ever kidnapped.
By: nosraf2008 on August 27, 2006 at 10:40am

Are any of you sure this event was even real? Let's see, Fox News - doesn't anybody smell something fishy here? Do we really know that this story wasn't all made up and the two jounalists were being filmed on a soundstage somewhere. C-mon people, this is why the repugs pull this shit anyway, because they know we are just so damned gullible!!

By: artboi on August 27, 2006 at 10:49am

Although it will never be reported, ESPECIALLY on Faux-News, I suspect his wife spoke with the Palestinians and let them know she, her husband, and much of the American public support Palestine in their plight (ie: victims of Israel's brutality).

By: PuffAndStuff on August 27, 2006 at 10:53am

Fox journalists?
Can you spell oxymoron?
By: LeftODmiddle on August 27, 2006 at 11:00am
(Ed Note: the names the posters use say so much about them)

The whole thing sort of smells like B.S. to me. On that note - it is sad how distrustful I have become of any news that comes out of that region. Thanks a lot, Rove.
By: marbotty on August 27, 2006 at 11:09am

I am glad to see them free even if they have such low morals as to work for faux propaganda network.Maybe the islamo fascists thought the American people needed to be lied to some more. Never trust republiscum!!
By: project on August 27, 2006 at 11:14am


Jimmy, Jimmy, Jimmy....

You were without a doubt, one of the worst presidents ever. Interest rates averaged 14%, Iran held American hostages for an entire year while you did nothing, unemployment at 7%, gas rationing and that whole 55MPH thing.

Then after you got pounded in your re-election bid, you can't seem to find a bad word for terrorists and dictators. You said Hugo Chavez's election was clean while ours was fraudulent. You condemn Israel for defending itself. You praise Kim Il Jong, you gave away the Panama canal....

Jimmy, Jimmy, Jimmy....you are like a bad joke that just won't end. You haven't ever been right, not once.

Please stick to building homes for the poor and leave the real world to responsible leaders.

Sunday, August 20, 2006

There is no 'backdoor draft' and the HuffPo knows it. This is just one more headline they have skewed to fit their appeasement agenda. More gobbleygook liberal-speak.
When you enlist in the military you sign a contract. Sometimes people leave the military with time remaining on their contracts and if the military finds they have a need for a particular skill set, they can recall those soldiers within a specified timeframe.
All of the soldiers understand what the moonbats at the HuffPo fail to comprehend;

Anthony Breaux, 24, from La Place, La., said he had a feeling that eventually he would be recalled to service after hearing of so many other soldiers who were pulled from IRR status. Breaux, who left active duty in September 2002, said he knew it was part of the bargain when he joined the army.

"Well, I signed up. I signed the papers. So you know what? I got to do what I got to do," Breaux said, before getting ready for a reconnaissance patrol around Camp Anaconda.

Thursday, August 17, 2006

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Hatred From The Left Growing Exponentially

Yes, I certainly think that far left liberalism is a mental illness. Regardless of how you feel about Fox News, these journalists are still human beings.
To the left, it doesnt matter anymore if you are a fellow American. They will cheer your death if you dare to express opinions counter to theirs.

So, it is almost to be expected that the readers at the Huffington Post would cheer the kidnapping of 2 journalists, simply because they worked for Fox News. That makes them automatically evil in the moonbats playbook.

None of them know anything about these kidnapped journalists or what their personal opinions are. None of them appreciates what their families must be going through right now.

If every American took the time to browse through the Huffington Post and other hatemongering sites like it, I'm not sure the Democrats would ever win another election.

Isnt it ironic? The group that professes to be so much more enlightened, compassionate, toleratnt, and diverse, than the other....

is actually nothing of the sort.

When the World Trade Center collapsed, haters around the world danced in the streets and were filled with jubilation.

If the Fox News studio was bombed and hundreds of innocent Americans were murdered, you liberals would dance in the streets.
They really are NO different than the enemy we are fighting.

Here's some of the comments I gleaned from the first 2 pages of postings from the HuffPo readers regarding the kidnapping of these journalists:

Gee, that is a shame. Wish we could get Rove, Rummy and Cheney over there too.
By: MelCraig on August 14, 2006 at 02:48pm

Once they realize what assholes they are, they'll release them to any place they want to go
By: Beano on August 14, 2006 at 02:55pm

By: randeepapush on August 14, 2006 at 03:02pm

I would be upset if these FAKE Faux News Journalists were REAL Americans!
By: chronic on August 14, 2006 at 03:09pm

Well, like minds do attract.
Hope they have fun chopping each others heads off.(GROBR) Good riddence of bad rubbish
By: R2D2 on August 14, 2006 at 03:17pm

I could care less if they are beheaded. How did Americans feel when Goebbels was found dead?
I respect the lives of real journalists even ones whose opinions I oppose, overt propagandists are better used as fertilizer since they are full of shit anyway.
By: PC on August 14, 2006 at 03:19pm

Behead the bastards. Party time. Should send Rove to go rescue them. Then BEHEAD that fucking piece of shit also. His head on a stick..Party Time.
By: satanlefttheusa on August 14, 2006 at 03:20pm

Screw them all and screw Faux news.

By: satanwearsaBushhat on August 14, 2006 at 03:20pm

I've got to admit, it does feel good to see the evil newsmakers finally tasting a little bit of the carnage they are pushing and endorsing. It's a shame we can't get Hannity over there to do a story or two. Damn.
By: house on August 14, 2006 at 04:33pm

Five will get ya ten those "journalists"
are cooling their heels in a Hilton somewhere. Sorry neocons, when you cry wolf one too many times people tend to not believe you.
By: artboi on August 14, 2006 at 05:48pm

have you kissed bush's dick today? faggot toad wanker
i hope they behead the fox flunkies and put the tape on the internet for all to see
By: grainger5 on August 14, 2006 at 05:51pm

It's not as if we lost any real journalists.

By: Wintergreen4President on August 14, 2006 at 06:09pm

Now, you might say, these are the insane rants of the mentally disabled and don't reflect the general attitude.

Think again. They are all in lockstep and anybody who falls out of step gets whacked.

When you vote this November, remember who we are fighting and why.

Monday, August 14, 2006

Moratorium Monday

Saturday, August 12, 2006

Friday, August 11, 2006

THE GOP: Not the Party of Appeasement

Another hilarious assertion from the libtards.
The GOP was 'caught'? In order to be 'caught' at something you need to be doing something you don't wish others to find out about. This was a GOP fundraising email and letter that went out to tens of thousands of people.
"In the middle of a war on terror, we need to remain focused on furthering Republican ideas more than ever before," former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani said in a letter that asked for donations to the Republican National Committee.

He's right.

And why shouldn't they? Part of the GOP platform is that they are willing to fight the war on terror. SO, of course it's going to be a part of their campaign fundraising efforts.

The Dems raise campaign funds based on an anti-war agenda. Did Ned Lamont 'get caught' using the war to raise funds? What a ludicrous assertion. He used the anti-war agenda to defeat Lieberman.

Make no mistake, if the election was held today instead of last week, Lieberman would have beat Ned. This is another wakeup call for the world.

Moonbats Claim Bush Behind UK Terror Plot

The looney left continues to claim that there is no terror threat, that this incident in the UK is just another plot cooked up by the Bushies to keep the GOP in power.

Check out some of the comments from the nutroots over at the HuffPo:

You know the wing nuts and Rovian repugs got major wood when heard about this plot. they see november salvation in fear.
By: Rockwell on August 10, 2006 at 11:23pm

They think the whole country is gullable wasn't Tony Blair just over here. They probably cooked this up because their numbers are so low!
I don't believe anything they say anymore!
By: shaefromtn on August 10, 2006 at 11:25pm

Wait til we start hearing about how they never actually had any bomb making material and that it was in essence a sting with an informant. The plotters will be some sort of pathetic dupes.
By: RuneNordsman on August 10, 2006 at 11:26pm

I hope the American people are smart enough to see through this opportunistic event and know that the GOP will only milk this for all its worth. I think they're scared shitless about how November elections are going to go and playing the terror card [AGAIN} seems to be the Bush thing to do.
Bush is a dope.
By: Cookie00 on August 10, 2006 at 11:29pm

And to think, the neocon trolls think it's the liberals who root for terrorist attacks.
By: ZsaZsa on August 10, 2006 at 11:31pm

Two and a half months of terrorist alerts prior to election day. We've been here before, who will the dumb Americans vote for?
By: Elucid on August 10, 2006 at 11:34pm

I'll bet the GOP is disappointed that the UK busted these guys before they got a chance to kill anyone.
That'd really play big!
By: Wisco on August 10, 2006 at 11:44pm

The Blair gov't is an annex of BushCo.
How gullible can YOU be?
By: philipba on August 10, 2006 at 11:57pm

These people wouldn't try to blow themselves up if Bush and Blair weren't such Nazis. It's all Bush and Blair.
By: righty on August 10, 2006 at 09:15am

Carl Rove is at it again. How do you play the fear of the American public?
The only thing we have to fear is a republican majority.
Remove them all in this November election.
By: KingGeorgetheShrub on August 10, 2006 at 09:15am

Keeping the people scared. This news story is supposed to do just that.
By: CompetitiveEater on August 10, 2006 at 09:18am

...see, a huge plot has been uncovered today by Bush's war partner and BFF Blair!! Convenient, huh??
By: fantanfanny on August 10, 2006 at 09:29am

Yeah how much more obvious can these Neofascist get?
Right after Lamont wins we have another FALSE FLAG attack. ROTFL
Sad thing is that still most Americans are ignorant enough to fall for this BS.
This will escalate until right after the S-elections are over then magically all will be forgotten.
I suspect another FAKE Osama Bin Forgotten tape will surface soon.
Only a complete idiot falls for this anymore.
By: Nunyabiz on August 10, 2006 at 09:35am

This IS the BIGGEST Fabrication of Propaganda Bullshit that I've ever heard of...
Rove... hum, he's back isn't he....
(you want to buy some beach front property from me???)
By: Frankie on August 10, 2006 at 09:44am

I'm wondering what's going to be on FAUX news for the next 48 hours ?
By: lornejl on August 10, 2006 at 09:54am

Sorry not buying it - Big Holy Joe meltdown...Bushy meltdown...Iraq meltdown - Not working on this one. Staged until I see evidence I regard this as manufactured to raise Republicans in the polls. Tooooooo suspicious espeicially the timing.
Fear = votes for Republi-turds they are. Go fuck yourselves Not buyin it!
By: wxman on August 10, 2006 at 10:03am

The fear mongering Neocon and zealots pull out their ACE in the hole when all else is not working pull out the FEAR MONGERING CARD!
Just like good old fear mongering preachers (fire and brimstone) the Neocon and zealots will save you from terrorism hell.
By: PaxChristi on August 10, 2006 at 10:55am

Thursday, August 10, 2006

What Do The Liberals Have To Say NOW?

Britain's MI-5 intelligence service and Scotland Yard had been tracking the plot for several months, but only in the past two weeks had the plotters' planning begun to crystallize, senior U.S. officials tell TIME. In the two or three days before the arrests, the cell was going operational, and authorities were pressed into action. MI5 and Scotland Yard agents tracked the plotters from the ground, while a knowledgeable American official says U.S. intelligence provided London authorities with intercepts of the group's communications.
Link to Times

How many times did we hear the minions of The Left decry the terrible 'domestic spying' perpetrated by the Bush Administration? Even though the libtards were told repeatedly that the NSA was only monitoring electronic communications to or from known or suspected terrorists, the moonbats were up in arms over this and WANTED IT STOPPED IMMEDIATELY.

Thank God, President Bush and Prime Minister Blair knew better. You CAN NOT count on Democrats, liberals, and nutroots to keep America and our allies safe. The Left is comprised of soft-bellied weakling appeasers. This is a war that can only be won by brute force and cooperative intelligence from our ALLIES. We are fighting for our lives and our way of life. Israel, the UK and the US are the only countries that don't have their heads up their asses.

It's too bad the Drive-By Media and the Left still dont get it. But, we will remind them once more in November.

And this is not WWIII. History has taught us that a war cannot be defined as a 'world war' until France surrenders.

An Inconvenient Al Gore


Al Gore has spoken: The world must embrace a "carbon-neutral lifestyle." To do otherwise, he says, will result in a cataclysmic catastrophe. "Humanity is sitting on a ticking time bomb," warns the website for his film, An Inconvenient Truth. "We have just 10 years to avert a major catastrophe that could send our entire planet into a tailspin."

For someone who says the sky is falling, he does very little.

Public records reveal that as Gore lectures Americans on excessive consumption, he and his wife Tipper live in two properties: a 10,000-square-foot, 20-room, eight-bathroom home in Nashville, and a 4,000-square-foot home in Arlington, Va. (He also has a third home in Carthage, Tenn.) For someone rallying the planet to pursue a path of extreme personal sacrifice, Gore requires little from himself.

Then there is the troubling matter of his energy use. In the Washington, D.C., area, utility companies offer wind energy as an alternative to traditional energy. In Nashville, similar programs exist. Utility customers must simply pay a few extra pennies per kilowatt hour, and they can continue living their carbon-neutral lifestyles knowing that they are supporting wind energy. Plenty of businesses and institutions have signed up. Even the Bush administration is using green energy for some federal office buildings, as are thousands of area residents.

But according to public records, there is no evidence that Gore has signed up to use green energy in either of his large residences. When contacted Wednesday, Gore's office confirmed as much but said the Gores were looking into making the switch at both homes. Talk about inconvenient truths.

Maybe our very existence isn't threatened.

Gore has held these apocalyptic views about the environment for some time. So why, then, didn't Gore dump his family's large stock holdings in Occidental (Oxy) Petroleum? As executor of his family's trust, over the years Gore has controlled hundreds of thousands of dollars in Oxy stock. Oxy has been mired in controversy over oil drilling in ecologically sensitive areas.

Living carbon-neutral apparently doesn't mean living oil-stock free. Nor does it necessarily mean giving up a mining royalty either.

Humanity might be "sitting on a ticking time bomb," but Gore's home in Carthage is sitting on a zinc mine. Gore receives $20,000 a year in royalties from Pasminco Zinc, which operates a zinc concession on his property. Tennessee has cited the company for adding large quantities of barium, iron and zinc to the nearby Caney Fork River.

The issue here is not simply Gore's hypocrisy; it's a question of credibility. If he genuinely believes the apocalyptic vision he has put forth and calls for radical changes in the way other people live, why hasn't he made any radical change in his life? Giving up the zinc mine or one of his homes is not asking much, given that he wants the rest of us to radically change our lives.

story link

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Robin Williams Living In Glass House

Former coke-head Robin Williams was on the Leno show last Thursday and he commented on Rush Limbaugh, "Where did he stay during his Carribean vacation, Club Medicated?"

Wasn't that cute? Mork sure is a funny guy.

Robin Williams checked himself into rehab in a desperate bid to win a three-year battle with booze that's threatening to destroy his marriage. To save himself and his 17-year marriage, Williams entered a 30-day program at the Hazelden Springbrook alcohol rehab facility in Newberg, Ore., on July 11.

Who is medicated now, Mr. Hypocrite?

Rush Limbaugh didn't do drugs for recreational purposes. He was addicted to painkillers after undergoing several medical operations. Funny how the Left had so much compassion for the drunk-driving self-medicated Patrick Kennedy and for Williams, who used to be one of the biggest recreational coke-heads in the entertainment industry.

Liberal Media Loves Ahmadinejad

88 yr old Mike Wallace interviewed the crazy ass Iranian President Ahmadinejad.

Of Ahmadinejad, Wallace said, "He's an impressive fellow, this guy. He really is. He's obviously smart as hell."

Wallace said he was surprised to find that the Iranian president was still a college professor who taught a graduate-level course.

"You'll find him an interesting man," he said. "I expected more of a firebrand. I don't think he has the slightest doubt about how he feels ... about the American administration and the Zionist state. He comes across as more rational than I had expected."

Yeah, Mike, I'm sure he's a really swell guy. Let me see if I understand this; Wallace hates President Bush and warms up to a thug who is openly threatening Israel with total annhilation.

What is wrong with these leftist media types? Why don't they get it? Make no mistake; when Iran nukes Israel, the Left will be cheering.

HuffPo Doctors Headlines To Suit Agenda

They can't help themselves over at the HuffPo. They take any story, change the headline to get their moonbat base worked up, and then sit back and watch the fireworks as their uneducatedreaders spew nonsense.

Here is the original headline from the NY Times

Here is the HuffPo headline that links to the NYT story:

Here is how the libtard moonbats feel about your right to defend your life and property against thugs. Is it any wonder that they don't feel we have a right to defend our country?

And welcome to the NRA's Amerikkka supported by the Reichpublicans because this is a gODD send to the toothless cousin lovin wingers out there - now they don't never gots ta leave the trailer sep fer bullets 'n beer
Why do refucklicans hate america so much?
By: drumz on August 08, 2006 at 04:34pm

Any neighbor or stranger that happens upon your property without explicit permission can and must be killed immediately. Thankfully we live in a country where this can be done without consequence.
By: MinneapolisMike on August 08, 2006 at 04:57pm

Your 3 year old child, during a game of hide-and-seek tries to hide in the bushes on your neighbor's propery. He, after seeing someone run across the bushes, shoots and kills your child. He goes scotfree as there is no crime committed there.
By: truthalwayswins on August 08, 2006 at 05:23pm

Hey you -- BLAM! BLAM! -- rotten kids! Get off -- BLAM! BLAM! -- my lawn!
Only in rightwingnuttiaville Amurrica...
By: krazeeinjun on August 08, 2006 at 05:36pm

Okay, my cat is my property, correct? I have a nieghbor who is always trying to hurt my cat. I can shoot my neighbor, correct? To protect my cat which is my property.
By: sabela on August 08, 2006 at 05:39pm

Let's see how you would like the law this way:
Iraq passes a similar law. There are no exclusions.
Murder of American forces entering homes would be legal.
Now you like the law.
By: douglashoyt on August 08, 2006 at 05:54pm

I´m not surprised. Christian bushbaby puts oil profits and his fortune above human life. The christian repubs say private property means more than human life.
By: monstruo on August 08, 2006 at 06:32pm

So if I see someone throwing a cigarette on the ground, I can shoot him to defend the Earth, which technically is my property?
By: NoOtherWay on August 08, 2006 at 06:32pm

Well if that's the case, everyone grab a gun and let's meet at the white house. It still belongs to the people doesn't it?
By: RepublicansAreTraitors on August 08, 2006 at 06:47pm

Defense of PROPERTY? Absolutley not. It is both morally wrong and absolutely stupid to allow people to kill to keep their property.
By: BUMbO on August 08, 2006 at 07:04pm

Interesting folks in the party that supported the invasion of a country to steal their oil supports shooting to kill people who invade their homes to steal their TVs.
By: Thalia on August 08, 2006 at 07:28pm

Killing for "property" seems so primitive.
By: HumeSkeptic on August 08, 2006 at 09:32pm

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Hey, Joe

The rabid left has been pushing very hard to defeat Joe Lieberman with an anti-war candidate. Joe has faithfully served the Democrat party and his constituents for 18 years, yet he is now considered an outcast because he does not pander to the moonbats.

I really hope that Joe pulls if off today. If he does, it is one major bitch-slap to the lunatic fringe left. If he doesn't, then I think it speaks volumes about the disintegration of a party that once stood for something besides hating America.

Let's hope two things happen today: Cynthia McKinney goes down in flames in her runoff and Joe prevails. That alone will convince me that the Democrats haven't completely lost their way.

HuffPo Sees All, Knows All

Dr Sara said: "I have no scientific data but, as an observer, there seems to be a huge increase along the Sicilian coast. I feel that temperature increase and over-fishing are related to this though, at the moment, this is only my feeling." link

The article says many factors play into the huge jellyfish population; nutrients in the water, commercial fishing, and changing ocean tides.
Yet, the HuffPo states as fact that global warming is the cause de facto of the jellyfish explosion. Emotions and feelings trump all logic in the liberal brain.

Sunday, August 06, 2006


QUETTA, Pakistan — A suicide bomber was killed early Sunday in southwestern Pakistan when the explosives belt he was wearing exploded prematurely, police said.

No one else was injured in the blast in Hub, an industrial town in Baluchistan province, local police official Munir Hussain said.

"This man was riding a cycle. He had strapped explosives to his body for a suicide attack and they exploded," Hussain said of the blast in Hub's Zehri Street neighborhood.


And they say the media never reports any of the good news.

Friday, August 04, 2006

Tuesday, August 01, 2006


Is this really such a slow news day that Bush stumbling on the stairs of Air Force One merits front page mention from the HuffPo?
The usual commentary from the readers ensued which I won't bother posting. Just the standard, "He was drunk", and "I wish he would break his neck" kind of moonbat-speak.