Friday, August 31, 2007
The Teamsters Union has requested that the Ninth Circus Court stop the program which could begin tomorrow.
The administration's argument is that to not allow this will strain diplomatic relations between the US and Mexico. Aren't relations already strained? Why doesn't Mexico seem concerned that its continuing brazen illegal abuse of our border will strain relations?
This should be a no brainer. Allowing access and free travel anywhere for these foreign carriers is opening us up for more abuse by a nation that has shown zero respect for our laws. Still, one never knows what judicial jabberwocky will emerge from the Ninth Circus.
More information here.
Thursday, August 30, 2007
MoveOn is calling the move a “flip-flop” and says it goes against the views of his constituents. Of course, the fact that Baird has been to Iraq and seen enough evidence to change his mind, means nothing to the subversives at MoveOn. Instead, they run an ad featuring a soldier, who served in Iraq, talking about the resistance troops encountered and at the end asking people to tell Baird to bring the troops home. But, the soldier in the ad served in Iraq in 2003 and 2004, long before the surge and progress that Baird witnessed on his trip. MoveOn loves to defame its opponents, but it will lie and deceive without remorse to advance its own traitorous plans.
Thanks to The Hill.
Wednesday, August 29, 2007
"I don't think this is that difficult of an issue if Congress would have the maturity to sit down and really discuss it and cut out all of the mean rhetoric and really talk about what is a solution to this issue," he said about Mexico's illegal invasion.
"We know how to deal with border security, and you don't do it by building a fence," he continued. "You do it by putting boots on the ground; you do it by using the technology that's available ... and coordinating very highly with local, state and federal officials.
"But the idea that you're going to build a 1,200-mile wall ... is idiocy. It absolutely would not work. If you build a 40-foot wall, then the 42-foot ladder industry takes off."
I don't know who started this bigger wall equals bigger ladders nonsense, but it is childish and not the least bit clever nor accurate.
Perry's known for having a smart mouth, but calling the wishes of the majority of the American people idiocy, while in a foreign country, goes beyond the pale.
Tuesday, August 28, 2007
Michael Chertoff does not believe in enforcing our immigration laws and doesn't even think we can control our borders. It's bad enough to have this guy in charge of our security, but to make him the chief law enforcement officer of our nation is an outright insult. It is doubtful, however, that Bush will be able to get anyone of value to help man his sinking ship.
"At the time of this incident, I complained to the police that they were misconstruing my actions. I was not involved in any inappropriate conduct," he said. "I should have had the advice of counsel in resolving this matter. In hindsight, I should not have pled guilty. I was trying to handle this matter myself quickly and expeditiously."
If the senator is too stupid to know what a guilty plea is and what his rights are, then what is he doing in the US Senate?
As I have often said, we need to clean house thoroughly on both sides, Republican and Democrat. We must send folks to Washington to represent us who understand and value the the trust we have placed in them. What we have now is a bunch of sleaze ball opportunists who believe themselves smarter and more important than the rest of us. This, again, is evidence that they are definitely not smarter.
Monday, August 27, 2007
The North has already put in place posts along a six-mile stretch along a narrow tributary of the Yalu River, which marks the border between North Korea and China, and has also built a road to guard the area.
Meanwhile China has built a massive barbed wire and concrete fence along parts of its 880 mile border with North Korea.
No word from the open border activists about any of this. Oh no, they're quick to jump on the USA, but you won't hear any massive outcry about the poor Korean refugees fleeing a country far worse than Mexico, El Salvador etc. Hypocrites.
Sunday, August 26, 2007
"Available information points to Pakistani and Bangladeshi groups being behind the blasts," Y.S.R. Reddy, chief minister of Andhra Pradesh state told reporters. The minister earlier said "this is definitely terrorist activity," and urged everyone to stay calm.
Authorities also found explosives at 16 other locations in and near the city of Hyderabad, Reddy said.
If we fail to tighten up our borders and become even more lax in our security procedures we may well become like India. Last year more than 200 people were killed by bombs set off in seven commuter trains in Mumbai.
Security is tight in India, at least it was when I visited about five years ago. I spent most of my time in Pune, headquarters of the Indian Army's Southern Command and felt very safe there. But, despite all precautions, the islamomaniacs will attack if given any opportunity. We must not allow that to happen here.
More at CNN.
Friday, August 24, 2007
It is absolutely outrageous that we are still arguing over building the wall, deporting illegals and tolerating class action lawsuits by the ACLU on behalf of those detained because they're on terrorist watch lists.
Murdering Muslims are hell bent on delivering a devastating blow to this nation and whatever inconveniences we have to put up with, whatever sensibilities we must offend, then so be it. Get over it hand wringing wimps of the left.
The government's terrorist screening database flagged Americans and foreigners as suspected terrorists almost 20,000 times last year. But only a small fraction of those questioned were arrested or denied entry into the United States. This, of course, fueled the privacy paranoids and other critics. Yet, using this same database, U.S. and international authorities prevented numerous attempts at entry into the United States by the Egyptian, Omar Ahmed Ali, who went on in 2005 to commit a suicide bombing in Qatar that killed one British citizen and injured 12. That alone should be sufficient cause to maintain our vigilance.
The amnesty bill has been defeated for the time being, but we must step up the pressure to secure our borders and protect American citizens.
"It's a horrible prospect to ask yourself, 'What if? What if?' But if certain things happen between now and the election, particularly with respect to terrorism, that will automatically give the Republicans an advantage again, no matter how badly they have mishandled it, no matter how much more dangerous they have made the world," Clinton told supporters in Concord.
"So I think I'm the best of the Democrats to deal with that," she added.The horror of terrorism for Hillary is that her party might not make some gains. Good Lord, hanging is too good for this scum.
Hat tip, New York Post
Thursday, August 23, 2007
The Democrats are now so bold as to admit outright that the success of our military in Iraq is not in their best interest.
House Whip James Clyburn, Democrat from South Carolina, just recently proclaimed that a successful surge strategy would be "a real problem for us." The question is who are the "us" he is referring to. It's not the American "us." No, it's that group of Democrats who value their party above their country. They are concerned the party will split over whether to continue funding the war.
As more and more anti-war lawmakers reluctantly begin to admit that the new strategy is achieving success, Democrat leaders are aggressively strategizing against the Bush administration and the Iraq war. They cannot derive a moment's pleasure from the victories of our troops. They would rather seek new ways to undermine our nation's struggle. That says it all.
Get the ropes and horses and find a tree.
McCain is still in denial as to the cost of his disdain for his supporters. Not only is his presidential campaign in its death throes, his senate seat is on life support and the plug will be pulled when and if he runs again.
James Carville, the Democrats' pet golem has sent out a mass e-mail on behalf of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee seeking "the bumper sticker slogan that will carry us through the 2008 elections.”
The e-mail states: "We need a turn of phrase that really jumps out and tells you right off the bat what this election is all about. In 1992, it was ‘It’s the Economy, Stupid.’ In 2006, Democrats simply said, ‘Had Enough?’
"We got a few ideas … Take a look and then, do us the favor of voting for one of our top picks. But if you got something better, we’ll throw that in the mix too.”Here are the brilliant offerings of the DSCC:
We can do better. Please send your suggestions for Democrat 2008 bumper stickers. I will post them and we can select a winner.
Here's something to kick off the contest.
Democrats and ethics, never had 'em, never will
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
Thanks to CNS, I ran across the story of illegal alien, Nicholas Martinez, who was sentenced to a year in jail after pleading guilty to possession of cocaine and endangering a child. Martinez was caught using his young son to help sell the cocaine.
The judge said Martinez couldn't be put on probation because of his immigration status.
But on appeal, a three-judge panel threw out the sentence, based on an apparent contradiction in U.S. law. While it is illegal to enter the country without the proper documents and permissions, it is not necessarily illegal to be in the country.
In its opinion, the court explained that Congress had implicitly created the distinction: "While Congress has criminalized the illegal entry into this country, it has not made the continued presence of an illegal alien in the United States a crime unless the illegal alien has previously been deported," said the opinion.
What we have here is a government gone mad. First, their should be no way anyone, legal or illegal, should be able to plea bargain out of jail time when they have used their child to help them peddle drugs. Anyone that wants this vermin free in their community deserves to have him in their home for a border.
Second, our legislators should be able to write a law that makes it not only illegal to come into this country improperly, but also to be here and the penalty should increase with the amount of time spent here.
Third, judges need to stop looking for legal loopholes to aid and abet defendants who are obviously guilty and start enforcing the spirit of justice. Our system is out of control because it is not an effort to determine guilt and innocence, but rather a theatrical display of one-upmanship and gotcha.
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
Now, he is facing an assault and battery charge after an incident at Dulles Airport where he allegedly pushed an United Airlines bag claim employee.
A source familiar with the incident told FOX News that when Filner's luggage didn’t show up in the claim area fast enough, he allegedly stormed into the United baggage office and insisted on knowing where his bag was. The agent was working with another customer and told him to wait.
The source alleged that Filner refused to step back and when the worker told him to leave the office, he said, “You can’t stop me.” She replied: "No, but the police can.”
Filner allegedly pushed aside the agent's outstretched arm and proceeded into an area off-limits to customers, where another agent was on the line with police. The agent could be heard from the back room telling him, “You have to go.”
He supposedly responded: “I’m not going until I get my bag. You’re treating us like animals.” Well, if you're going to act like one what do you expect?
Monday, August 20, 2007
For reasons known only to God, the federal authorities allowed this woman to flaunt breaking our laws by refusing to arrest her at the church in Chicago where she had taken up residence.
"We are sad, but at the same time we are angry," said Javier Rodriguez, a Chicago immigration activist who worked with Arellano. "How dare they arrest this woman?"
Too bad Javier, get used to it.
Sunday, August 19, 2007
By a 71% to 16% margin, voters also favor a proposal that would require all foreign visitors to carry a universal identification card. By a 56% to 31% margin, voters want the government to continue building a fence along the Mexican border. Once again, none of this is going to happen under our current leadership. Any attempt at enforcement is strictly to try to placate the American citizen while conducting monkey business as usual.
Saturday, August 18, 2007
Also, I think the word elite has been cheapened much the same as the word awesome. I seem to recall Saddam Hussein had an elite Republican Guard that was going to inflict the mother of all wars on us. Then, John Bull and Uncle Sam proceeded to kick mum's arse. I suspect the Revolutionary Guard and the Republican Guard are elite in much the same way.
Friday, August 17, 2007
Shouldn't we demand to monitor this deportation to make sure it's being done humanely. Where are the media and celebrities? Shouldn't they be protesting and comparing the Mexican government to the Third Reich? Where is Geraldo? Isn't Bush going to issue a statement saying how this cutback in our future labor force will have a negative impact on the American economy? Where are all the pro illegal people and why are they not protesting in Mexico? We know why, because the Mexican government isn't going to mollycoddle them the way our ineffective law enforcement does. Still, the thought of Geraldo Rivera, Ruben Navarette and others of that ilk mixing it up with the Federales is too good to resist.
Thursday, August 16, 2007
"It is unbelievable how this has inflamed the passions of the American people," the McCain said in remarks at The Aspen Institute, a public policy forum. In an interview, he declined to elaborate on the threats he had received. It is unbelievable to McCain because as a self appointed elitist, he is completely out of touch with the voters.
Yes, he still supports a temporary worker program for the more than 12 million illegal aliens in this country. He did, however, acknowledge that the immigration issue and his support for the war in Iraq, have cost him politically.
"Look, I've got to do what I know is right for this country. These issues I have to take head-on," he said.You're batting .500 John, right on the war, wrong on the invasion by illegals. The key is, you're not taking heat from the conservative base for your stand on the war, but you've turned your back on our protestations about rewarding lawbreakers. Now, we have turned our back on you. You're about to reap the whirlwind.
Wednesday, August 15, 2007
From Catholic World News comes a story about Bishop Martinus "Tiny" Muskens of Breda told the "Network" television show that "God doesn't really care how we address Him." Somehow, I doubt that. I think God expects to be approached and addressed with reverence.
The Dutch bishop admitted that his suggestion was not likely to gain widespread acceptance. But he predicted that within a century or two, Dutch Catholics would be addressing prayers to "Allah." That's because they will have no choice if people like the bishop and the Dutch government continue to appease the islamomaniacs.
Bishop Muskens has a history of creating occasional controversy within the Church. He has broken with Vatican leadership to endorse the use of condoms as a means of preventing the spread of AIDS, and in 2006 he traveled to Uganda to endorse the work of a group called Stop AIDS Now, which emphasized condom distribution. It's too bad the bishop's father didn't use one, then we would be spared his liberal nonsense.
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
A Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 79% of American adults favor a proposal requiring employers to fire workers who falsify identity documents. Only 9% are opposed while 12% are not sure. Is that a significant majority for you McCain, Kyl and Graham?
Let's take it another step, 74% believe that if a person wants to rent an apartment they should be required to provide documents proving they are in the country legally. Just 17% are opposed. Is that enough for you Kennedy, Reid and Durbin?
68% of Americans believe it is Very Important to improve border enforcement and reduce illegal immigration. That view is held by 80% of Republicans, 62% of Democrats, and 64% of those not affiliated with either major political party. Is that enough for you Bush, Chertoff and Snow?
12% of Americans believe the federal government is doing enough to secure the border and reduce illegal immigration. 71% say it is not doing enough. It is blatantly obvious those in Washington are out of touch and failing to do their primary job which is represent the will of the American people. When November comes we need to begin fixing that problem.
Monday, August 13, 2007
Perhaps what he means is someone poisoned Arafat by sending him an infected stable boy as a gift. Of course , al-Kurdi wants to perpetuate the lie that the Jews killed Arafat. Anyway, who cares what destroyed this evil incarnate, we should just be thankful he's gone.
Sunday, August 12, 2007
Things in Pakistan are very disturbing especially with Musharraf looking like he's about to topple from power. If those sympathetic to the Taliban come to power who will have their fingers on those nukes?
Hat tip WorldNetDaily.
Things in Pakistan are very disturbing especially with Musharraf looking like he's about to topple from power. If those sympathetic to the Taliban come to power who will have their fingers on those nukes?
Hat tip WorldNetDaily.
Saturday, August 11, 2007
Eleuterio, the name of their illegal, has learned well that he is doing "the work no one else wants to do." Now he needs to learn "he is the person no one wants in this country."
"This is going to hurt everyone," said Eleuterio, a strawberry picker and father of two who didn't want his last name used. It ain't going to hurt me or anyone I know, but the poor innocent knew enough not to use his real name, just like he knew to use some American citizen's social security number.
"It doesn't deal with the reality of the service needs of this state, which depends heavily on illegal immigration," said Mike Garcia, president of the local Service Employees International Union. "If you try to remove these people, whole industries would go belly under."
Sure, Garcia, that's what they said when we tried to pass child labor laws. It didn't happen then and it won't happen now.
Zoe Lofgren, Democrat San Jose, noted that although the White House is enforcing laws already on the books, reforming those laws would have been the best solution. I'm sure that's the liberal sow I want to get my lesson in government from.
"The impact is apt to be a significant one in several aspects of the economy," she said.A Democrat lecturing on the economy going south (pardon the pun). That won't happen unless you guys get to repeal all the tax cuts and drive the middle class to the poorhouse.
And, of course, we have Eleutrio once again saying, "This is going to ruin families." Well, Eleuterio what ruins families is when the head of the house sets a bad example like breaking the law. Wake up and smell the cafe ole.
Open borders and the refusal of the government to take the illegal invasion seriously turns out to be the cause of the death of three young college students. A Peruvian in this country illegally and facing a 31 count indictment on charges of raping a five year old child has turned himself in to the mayor of Newark. He was also previously arrested for charges related to a bar fight. The liberals probably think we should embrace some of that South American culture.
What was Immigration doing? Was President Bush making sure this piece of Peruvian garbage was being treated in a humane manner. Is the prospect of rounding up and deporting illegals more repugnant than the rape of children and the murder of America's promising future? Why isn't the president and those who want to lead us the least bit worried that American citizens aren't being treated humanely? Why do we have to be vulnerable and at risk so that those who have broken our laws are not stressed? Good Lord, are there no sane people left to lead our nation?
Read about it at FOXNews.
If Obama doesn't know the governmental makeup of our northern neighbor, no wonder he thinks it's a fine thing to sit and chat with the world's madmen. Fools and lunatics can have a fine party together
Someone please explain the concept of a constitutional monarchy and parliamentary government to Barack. Is he even aware Canada has a queen and a prime minister? It's sad how little it takes to run for the highest office of government.
Supervisor Gerardo Sandoval has introduced a resolution condemning Savage. According to WorldNetDaily, it condemns the "defamatory language used by radio personality Michael Savage against immigrants." In truth, we're not talking about immigrants here, we're really talking about illegals. But Gerardo, you see, cares little for the United States, it's laws, it's traditions and it's militaty.
Sandoval doesn't even think we should have a military and if we are attacked he would use the police to defend us. These are not the statements of a rational human being. He is so off the wall, he was even attacked by Alan Colmes for his outrageous comments. Here is a little of the exchange, but I advise you to go to FOXNews and read the whole episode for yourself. The fact that this lunatic holds public office is a disgrace to the city of San Francisco.
ALAN COLMES, CO-HOST: This is Alan in New York. Should we not have military?
SANDOVAL: I don't think we should have a military. Absolutely.
COLMES: We shouldn't have a military? Wait a minute. Hold on. The United States should not have a military?
SANDOVAL: What good has it done for us in the last five years? That's right. What good has it done us...
HANNITY: Good grief.
SANDOVAL: ... in the last five years.
COLMES: Gerardo, wait a second.
SANDOVAL: We think about the billions that we're spending in Iraq right now, if we spend it on schools. We should not...
COLMES: The United States should not have a military?
SANDOVAL: That's correct.
COLMES: Are you kidding me?
SANDOVAL: The United States should not have a military. All in all, we would be in much, much, much better shape.
COLMES: You've got to be kidding me. We should have no military, we should have no ability to defend ourselves, we should have no armed forces in this country?
SANDOVAL: Well, we shouldn't have a military that goes abroad and starts wars.
COLMES: You just said we shouldn't have a military. I don't want to give — I'm speaking out very forcefully to you, because I don't want to give the impression that Democrats hate the military or don't want a military. We may disagree with certain wars, like the ones fought now.
SANDOVAL: No, but you said should we give up.
COLMES: But to say that we shouldn't have a military is absolutely absurd. It's incredible. That's a ridiculous fringe point of view.It speaks well for Michael Savage, Alan Colmes and anyone else that is the enemy of this fool. May I live to see the day when justice is finally delivered to the haters of our nation like Gerardo Sandoval.
Jeromy Jackson says he bit into a hamburger and had a severe allergic reaction to the cheese melted on it. His mother Trela Jackson and friend Andrew Ellifritz are parties to the lawsuit because they say they risked their lives rushing Jeromy to the hospital.
The lawsuit alleges Jeromy "was only moments from death" or serious injury by the time he reached the hospital.
"We're interested in seeing McDonald's take responsibility and change a systemic quality control problem that endangers the lives of up to 12 million Americans with allergies," said Timothy Houston, their lawyer.
Jeromy did his part to make it known he didn't want cheese on the hamburgers because he is allergic, Houston said.
He told a worker through the ordering speaker and then two workers face-to-face at the pay and pick-up windows that he couldn't eat cheese, Houston said.
"By my count, he took at least five independent steps to make sure that thing had no cheese on it," Houston said. "And it did and almost cost him his life."It's a shame Jeromy didn't take the step of personal responsibility and check the burger himself. He is an adult. If you knew something had the potential to kill you would you put your life in the hands of the staff at a fast food eatery? This Einstein claims he did and they screwed up his order. Who hasn't had an order filled incorrectly at a junk food dispensary? For pity's sake, it's not a pharmacy.
Even though McDonald's offered to pick up the cost of the medical bills, that's not enough. Jeromy, mama and the friend want 10 million. If they succeed in extorting McDonald's like the infamous coffee burn idiot did back in 1992 we will never be safe from the cretins who are too obtuse to watch out for themselves. We will all pay increased costs and perhaps even not be able to get cheese, lest it fall into the wrong hands. Our judiciary system needs to stop the madness and keep compensation reasonable and just. And also, let them disbar the shyster lawyers that promote such ludicrous litigation.
Friday, August 10, 2007
According to the Jerusalem Post, an official at the Saudi Consulate in New York, who declined to give her name, told them that anyone bringing a Bible into the country or wearing a crucifix or Star of David around their neck would run into trouble with Saudi authorities.
"You are not allowed to bring that stuff into the kingdom," the consular official said. "If you do, they will take it away," she warned, adding, "If it is really important to you, then you can try to bring it and just see what happens, but I don't recommend that you do so."
Asked to explain the policy, the official said, "Every country has rules about what can or cannot enter."If I had to try to defend the behavior of the prophet's band of bigots, I wouldn't give my name either.
Thursday, August 09, 2007
Have fun folks and let's all pray the Canadians and Danes refrain from lobbing snowballs at each other.
Wednesday, August 08, 2007
I give this little bit of history because Mr. Jami was attacked this past weekend, reportedly for the third time. Remember now, this is the Netherlands, where Theo Van Gogh, the filmmaker critical of Islam, was murdered. Death threats from the prophet's psychotics are common in this country and Ehsan Jami is, gasp, an apostate. To the islamomaniacs that is an offense punishable by death.
Tuesday, August 07, 2007
The two apprehended are both students at the University of South Florida. Mohamed is originally from Kuwait and studied civil engineering in Cairo, Egypt. His legal status is unknown at this time. Megahed, is originally from Egpyt , but is a permanent legal resident of the United States. He has been an undergraduate student at the university.
What's of much concern to nearby residents of Goose Creek is that they are home to the Naval Weapons Station, which houses the U.S. Naval Consolidated Brig, a military prison where enemy combatants have been held.
The MSM will do whatever they can to downplay, cover up and dismiss this story.
Thanks to The Post and Courier.
Monday, August 06, 2007
She was also asked what three lessons she learned from her failed health care reform effort during Bill's presidency. Her reply? “It is not enough to have a plan. You’ve got to have a political strategy.” That's how she sees it and how most politicians interpret rejection by the majority of the American public. She can't admit that what was needed was a good plan and that hers was a terrible idea. No, these pompous egomaniacs think they failed because their plan was too sophisticated and all that was wrong was the presentation. They just don't get it and they never will. That is why we need people who are not career politicians to represent us.
Sunday, August 05, 2007
Of course, one expects the angry babbling from the usual suspects like Russ "The Fool" Feingold, who expressed concern because this was the idea of the executive branch and didn't come from the confederacy of cowards, the Senate itself. And then, there was comrade Caroline Fredrickson of the ACLU saying, "We're hugely disappointed with the Democrats.'' The ACLU's real disappointment is that America has not acquiesced to their socialist agenda.
Now, it remains to see if Nancy P. and the House will support the Senate bill or put partisan politics over patriotism and leave the nation unprotected. What say you Nancy?
Hat tip the Guardian.
Saturday, August 04, 2007
According to the watchdog Government Accountability Office (GAO), America's main border control system is vulnerable to computer attacks, theft of sensitive data -- and the manipulation of millions of personal identity records, including passport, visa and Social Security numbers, and the world's largest fingerprint database, the Washington Post reports.
This computer system is used to prevent terrorists from entering the U.S. Well, so much for that. Why is it, when these failures to perform are revealed, no one is ever named and heads never roll. Let's personalize these atrocious debacles, put names to the failures and deal with the responsible people from top to bottom.
Friday, August 03, 2007
Get a load of who McCain's co-sponsors are, Republican betrayers Jon Kyl and Lindsey Graham. There's a triumvirate of traitors for you. I wouldn't vote for any of these forked tongue devils if my life depended on it because they would sell out their own mothers if paid enough.
It is so obvious that this "change of heart" by the Judas wing of the Republican Party is solely because they are afraid of losing power. Well, guess what my little quislings, your concern comes too late.
Thursday, August 02, 2007
Hat tip Michael Savage.
I'd pay to see little Johnny, without his wife, argue face to face with Schwarzenegger. It's not hard to imagine the big wet stain forming on the front of Edward's trousers.
This guy's campaign is over. How much longer must we continue to suffer his immature outbursts?
Wednesday, August 01, 2007
Of course not, the money hungry companies that do business with them couldn't care less. Our government is owned by those same companies.
I worked for Mattel 25 years ago and honestly something like this would not have happened then because extreme precautions were taken to insure product integrity lest any child be harmed. Where is Mattel's quality control? Who was watching the vendor? Put them in the public eye and let them answer.
This is ridiculous, Mattel should fold its tent and slink away into oblivion. The dollar became more important than the children. America, have you lost the ability to show righteous anger and outrage?
However, what is most interesting is that the man originally endorsed by Nancy Pelosi for House majority leader voted against the legislation. I'm talking about that bought and paid for old windbag, John Murtha, Democrat from Pennsylvania. Anything that might enforce ethical behavior would surely cramp Murtha's style.
“We have kept our promise to drain the swamp that is Washington, D.C.,” Speaker Nancy Pelosi said. And what did you find, Nancy? Why that old bottom feeding scum sucker, the bloated Murtha fish.