Tuesday, August 19, 2008
Monday, August 18, 2008
Here's the response from Barack Obama, "Well, I think that whether you're looking at it from a theological perspective or a scientific perspective, answering that question with specificity, you know, is above my pay grade. But let me just speak more generally about the issue of abortion because this is something obviously the country wrestles with."
This is what Obama has learned about creation while sitting under the black liberation theology of the profane Jeremiah Wright.
Theology, science, anything except political pandering is beyond him. Above his pay grade he says, somehow thinking he can fend off a direct question with the flippancy of a fourteen year old.
Obama is so shallow one would be hard put to dampen a finger plumbing his depth.
Sunday, August 17, 2008
I will be back tomorrow, but until then please continue your Russian ramblings of indignation. It is highly entertaining and I am fascinated to see there are so many of you determined to keep mother Russia a primitive, shoe banging, communist slum.
Saturday, August 16, 2008
Knowing that a Russian signature on a piece of paper has no value, what exactly this means to the security and sovereignty of Georgia is questionable. Russia eill use any excuse to retake the old soviet empire.
The return of the old Russia driven by comrade Putin is even threatening Poland, saying that Poland is now at risk of attack, perhaps with nuclear weapons. This is a Russia that wants peace? Nothing has changed, they are still the enemy.
Friday, August 15, 2008
This is a poor attempt to justify a payment in April 2007 to Hunter. The money came from Edwards' OneAmerica political action committee, whose expenditures are governed by U.S. election laws. Willfully converting money from a political action committee for personal use would have be a federal criminal violation. So, now Edwards' will begin the shyster shuffle to avoid the consequences of his actions.
Here's the best part David "Mudcat" Saunders, who served as Edwards' chief adviser on rural affairs said, "I talked to John and he's not doing well,"he's just -- to be very frank with you -- he's just not doing well. He needs to be concentrating on himself and his family at this point in his life. He's a good boy. He just made a hell of a mistake."
A good boy? Not doing well? Good boys don't betray their vows to their terminally ill spouses, lie about it and pay their whore off to keep quiet. Only an morally depraved liberal would describe such a slime ball as a good boy. This was not a mistake, Edwards knew exactly what he was doing, he just didn't expect to be caught.
And, he shouldn't be doing well. Anyone with a conscience should be agonizing over such actions, but not this crew of craven degenerates. Edwards will continue to lie and obfuscate in order to cover up, excuse and justify his disgusting behavior. After all, that is his skill set. He is an ambulance chaser and nothing more.
Thursday, August 14, 2008
As reported in the New York Daily News, law enforcement officials believe they have "the most significant capture" in the fight against terrorism in five years. Aafia Siddiqui, a 36 year old MIT educated Pakistani neuroscientist was arrested in Afghanistan last month for trying to shoot American agents and officers. During her questioning, she grabbed a soldier's M-4 rifle and tried to shoot him while yelling "Allah Akbar!" or "God is great!" She also said that she wanted to kill Americans.
According to the Daily News, Siddiqui carried with her a list of New York landmarks, including the Statue of Liberty and Times Square. ABC said the list also included the subway system and Plum Island, an isolated federal disease research lab.
Why are we allowing these murdering barbarians into our country and educating them at our universities?
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
Putin is plotting to revive the old Soviet Union, whose collapse he described as “the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the century.”
Unfortunately for us and our allies, there is no Ronald Reagan to lead the free world this time.
However, if you need a reason to pick McCain over Obamassiah, here's a good one.
Monday, August 11, 2008
So Alain, what happened. Not giving any interviews on this one? How about this from Claude Fauquet, France's team director, "But I don't think that Alain lost the race. It's Lezak who won it."
What a crock of merde, Claude. Alain LOST and Lezak and team won. This guy probably describes Waterloo not as a defeat for Napoleon, but rather a win for Wellington. No wonder the liberals love the frogs!
As usual, the Yanks win and the French? Well, let's just say another repeat performance.
Sunday, August 10, 2008
It's an invasion of her daughter's privacy. Oh yes, I'm sure. It couldn't be that she's been paid off.
Of course not, this paragon of integrity and virtue is only out for the best interest of her offspring. That's why she doesn't have a father's name to put on her child's birth certificate.
It sounds like John and Reille were a good match, just waiting to happen.
Saturday, August 09, 2008
Edwards said in his admission, "... being 99 percent honest is no longer enough." What does that mean?
When first confronted about his affair, he called the accusations "false" and "ridiculous."He lied. Later when asked, he said "I have no idea what you're asking about." He lied.
He also said, "I have responded to, consistently, to these tabloid allegations by saying I don't respond to these lies." There is some truth in that, what he was responding to was the truth.
Instead of admitting he deliberately made the choice to cheat on his wife and hurt his family, he uses phrases such as "a serious error in judgment." He excuses himself by saying his rise from "a small town boy in North Carolina" who "came from nothing" to a successful lawyer, U.S. senator and national public figure "fed a self-focus, an egotism, a narcissism that leads you to believe that you can do whatever you want."
Like all liberals, John is the victim, not the family he betrayed and not the public he lied to. It's our fault for expecting the men who lead us to have character and integrity.
It would be nice if Johnny Edwards would just slink back into private life, but this admission will probably catapult him into the liberal limelight as one of their own darling demons.
Do the illegal lovers plan on amnesty for these hard working industrious people? Do they think citizenship will bring them out of the shadows?
When are we going to take our country back?
Friday, August 08, 2008
"America is, is no longer, uh, what it could be, what it, it once was," Obama said haltingly. "And I say to myself, I don't want that future for my children."For the first time in history a man who is part black is running for and has a chance to win the presidency. Obama thinks that doesn't bode well for our future? When could that have happened in the past? As always, Barack speaks only in vague, meaningless generalities. He gives no specifics.
What is wrong with this man? Why can't he and his wife, realizing the opportunities they have been given, praise the positive attributes of our country?
People who look for flaws will always find them because nothing in this life is perfect. However, there is nothing more depressing than being around people who focus on the negative. How can we possibly live through a presidency filled with the cynicsm, annger and bitterness of the Obamas? We can't!
Thursday, August 07, 2008
We all know how important these citizens are to the Mexican government. In 2002, the World Bank estimated that half the population in Mexico was living in poverty and one fifth of the citizens lived in extreme poverty. The child poverty rate in 2005 was at about 25 per cent and in Mexico 1/3 of all children (under 14) have no health insurance.
These same Mexican citizens also get to reap the harvest of the culture of corruption that is part of their government's DNA.
And as for physical safety and security, one has only to look at the violence that takes place daily south of the border.
So, they raise a stink about the quick death of a murdering rapist who tortured two young girls, but leave their own innocent in squalor, to die from the elements, hunger, disease or gang violence. I guess as long as it's passive murder by the Mexican government that's OK.
Wednesday, August 06, 2008
For more on the story, go here. See my previous post here.
As usual, it took years to finally achieve justice, but in the end and thanks to Governor Rick Perry the garbage was at long last put out.
Tuesday, August 05, 2008
Despite the fact that American unions, highway safety and consumer groups have opposed the initiative, Senor Bush extended it anyway. Even though the House of Representatives Transportation Committee voted to end the pilot as scheduled next month and that the bill requires congressional authority to restart the initiative, el presidente extended it anyway.
Congress needs to do whatever is needed to end this program. What else does Bush plan to give Mexico before he finally says adios?
Monday, August 04, 2008
Medellin, absolute piece of trash that he is, has tried to challenge his conviction by arguing that arresting officers violated an international treaty by failing to allow him access to Mexican consular officials.
"Texas . . . has the power to stop the execution," said Medellin's co-counsel, Sandra Babcock of Chicago. "If Texas doesn't stop the execution, Texas is going to be responsible for putting the United States in breach of its international obligations."
But Gov. Rick Perry has thus far shown little inclination to stop the execution, despite written appeals from Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Attorney General Michael Mukasey. Bush, of course, will take any opportunity to kiss Mexico's butt.
"He doesn't feel any pressure on this," said Allison Castle, a spokeswoman for the governor. "This is an individual who along with five others brutally and viciously gang-raped, stomped, kicked, slashed, strangled and murdered two young teenage girls.
"We don't care where you're from. If you commit a despicable crime like this in Texas, you'll face the ultimate penalty under our laws."Good for Texas. Let's hope they stick to their guns and dispatch this cockroach post haste!
Sunday, August 03, 2008
It's obvious that Obama falls flat when spontaneity is required so his lackeys want to keep everything where his responses can be as scripted as possible.
The flaws in the Obama facade are beginning to show and the man in the street is not fooled. That is why this race is close...the Obamassiah has no clothes.
Saturday, August 02, 2008
God asks Al Gore, "Al, what do you believe in?"
Gore answers, "Well, I believe that the oil companies are evil and that we need to save the world from global warming. If we fail to do this, the whole earth will turn into a greenhouse and the human race will become extinct."
God says, "Okay Al, you were misguided, but at least you tried to do what you thought was right. Come and sit at my left."
Then God says to Clinton: "Bill, what do you believe in?"
Clinton replies, "Well, I believe in power to the people. I think people should be able to make their own choices about things and that no one should ever be able to tell someone else what to do."
God says, "Okay, Bill you too were misguided, but you can come and sit at my feet."
God then speaks to Barack Obama: "Barack Obama, what do you believe in?"
Obama says, "I believe you're in my chair."
Friday, August 01, 2008
This preoccupation with race has been evident from the git go. Barack plays on his blackness by intimating if you don't vote for him, you are a bigot. He and his jackals have not produced one iota of evidence substantiating his charge that Republicans are trying to scare voters by pointing out Barack looks different (read Negro).
All the race nonsense has come from the Obama camp. Jeremiah Wright was Barack's racist pastor. A vast number of blacks readily admit they're voting for Obama, not because he's the best candidate, but because he's black. Barack has learned this race game well and will use it to manipulate issues so they favor him. If he's doing this as a candidate, imagine what we have to look forward to if he's actually elected.