Tuesday, October 31, 2006

John F. Kerry, War Hero, College Grad

What an ass. I will refer the reader to my previous post, "Why Does the Left Hate Our Military?" Some people (your humble blogger included) used the Federal Government's greatest creation, the G.I. Bill, to help pay for college. So I didn't become a dumbass until after I left the military. I have since had a full brain transfusion.

Kerry served in Viet Nam, by the way. I thought maybe someone hadn't heard yet.

Oh, and Mr. Kerry? You voted for the war, by the way. Just sayin'.

Monday, October 30, 2006

Predictions for November '06

Allen wins.
Lieberman Wins.
Republicans maintain control of both Houses with a diminished majority.

Suck it.

UPDATE: One out of three.

Saturday, October 21, 2006

Don't Get Caught with the Wrong Crowd

Your parents, assuming you were not raised by wolves, monkeys or chickens, probably taught you that you can judge a man by the company he keeps. Consider the plight of three men held at the U.S. enemy combatant detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Abdul Rahim, Adel Hassan Hamad, and Nazar "Chaman" Gul all claim theirs is a case of mistaken identity.

Abdul Rahim claims he was captured, imprisoned, and tortured by the Taliban in Afghanistan, only to be re-captured, re-imprisoned, and re-tortured by U.S. forces after the Taliban fled his prison. Adel Hassan Hamad claims to be a charity worker wih no connection to terrorists, and Nazar "Chaman" Gul is said to be confused with another man, a terrorist, with the same name.

These men are lucky to be alive and living in comfort on a tropical island like Cuba, with every human need met (including a special muslim-sensitive diet). They are lucky that some hothead marine or soldier did not dispatch them to Allah. They are lucky that the line commander of the marine or soldier's unit did not opt for summary action and execute them on the spot. They are lucky that the United States trains its fighting men to exercise restraint and not kill unnecessarily. They are lucky that we are the one of the very few nations on the earth that go beyond the Geneva convention protection of prisoners of war.

If you don't want to be treated as an Islamo-Fascist Terrorist Asshole, don't act like one or hang out with people who are.

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

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Friday, October 06, 2006

A Certain Stench of Hypocrisy

Are Democrats any better than Republicans at sex scandals? Apparently so. An important point to keep in mind about Representative Mark Foley's scandal: No actual sex took place.

Contrast this with Representative Barney Frank, who met his live-in boyfriend through an adult classified ad, complete with a description of the the soon-to-be lover's backside. Not long after, the boyfriend was running a prostitution business out of Frank's apartment. When this all became public knowledge, did Frank resign? No! He ran for, and won, reelection. The leftists are actually proud of him!

From Ann Coulter today:


In 1983, Democratic congressman Gerry Studds was found to have sexually propositioned House pages and actually buggered a 17-year-old male page whom he took on a trip to Portugal. The 46-year-old Studds indignantly attacked those who criticized him for what he called a "mutually voluntary, private relationship between adults."

When the House censured Studds for his sex romp with a male page, Studds — not one to be shy about presenting his backside to a large group of men — defiantly turned his back on the House during the vote. He ran for re-election and was happily returned to office five more times by liberal Democratic voters in his Martha's Vineyard district. (They really liked his campaign slogan: "It's the outfit, stupid.")



Any public official, republican or democrat, involved with what police term "vice" crime, especially involving children, should be removed from office. As former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich has said: "What we don't have to do is allow our friends on the left to lecture us on morality. There's a certain stench of hypocrisy."