Thursday, July 28, 2005

Liberal Trolls Strike Again

Looks like liberal losers have nothing better to do while waiting for their government handouts than to post inane comments to this blog. I almost find their inane ramblings entertaining.

I think we can all agree that loser liberals just can't handle it when people oppose their goal of turning the U.S.A. into a socialistic "paradise" like North Korea or France.

Monday, July 25, 2005

Who cares what a traitor has to say?

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - Actress and activist Jane Fonda says she intends to take a cross-country bus tour to call for an end to U.S. military operations in Iraq.

"I can't go into any detail except to say that it's going to be pretty exciting," she said.

Fonda said her anti-war tour in March will use a bus that runs on "vegetable oil." She will be joined by families of Iraq war veterans and her daughter.

They plan to return to the Santa Fe area, where she was promoting her book, "My Life So Far" on Saturday.

Prompted by a question from the audience, Fonda said war veterans that she has met on a nationwide book tour have encouraged her to break her silence on the Iraq war.

"I've decided I'm coming out," she said.

Hundreds of people in the audience cheered loudly when Fonda announced her intentions to join the anti-Iraq war movement.

"I have not taken a stand on any war since Vietnam," she said. "I carry a lot of baggage from that."

Fonda incited controversy in July 1972 when she was photographed sitting on a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun while on a tour of the country to drum up support to end the war.

One a traitor, always a traitor. I think we can all agree that Hanoi Jane and all the other loser liberals should just shut up already.

Monday, July 18, 2005

What's really going on in Iraq?

By Mark Yost
St. Paul Pioneer Press

I know the reporting's bad because I know people in Iraq. A Marine colonel buddy just finished a stint overseeing the power grid. When's the last time you read a story about the progress being made on the power grid?

Or the new desalination plant that just came online, or the school that just opened, or the Iraqi policeman who died doing something heroic?

No, to judge by the dispatches, all the Iraqis do is stand outside markets and government buildings waiting to be blown up.

I also get unfiltered news from Iraq through an e-mail network of military friends who aren't so blinded by their own politics that they can't see the real good we're doing there.

More important, they can see beyond their own navels and see the real good that we're doing to promote peace and prosperity in the world. What makes this all the more ironic is that the people who are fighting and dying want to stay and the people who are merely observers want to cut and run.

I feel for these soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan because I'm sure they're coming home and noticing the same disconnect that I did when I served. Moreover, stories about their families and others who are here and trying to make a difference largely go unreported.

Ever heard of Soldiers' Angels ( or Operation Minnesota Nice ( Probably not.

Operation Minnesota Nice collects care packages -- of baby wipes, lip balm, baby powder and other items -- for soldiers serving overseas. Soldiers' Angels does the same thing, mating civilians who maybe don't have a loved one overseas with soldiers who don't have loved ones.

Where's the daily coverage of these groups and others like them? Moreover, where are the stories on nearly every VFW and American Legion hall that's actively supporting the troops? What about their stories?

Instead, we get Monday's front-page story about a secret memo about emerging U.S. plans to withdraw troops next year. Why isn't the focus of the story the fact that 14 of 18 Iraqi provinces are stable and the four that aren't are primarily home to the genocidal gang of thugs who terrorized that country for 30 years?

And reporters wonder why they're despised.

Fortunately, not everyone in the press are liberal losers. A few, like Mark Yost, aren't afraid to tell the truth.

Friday, July 15, 2005

Plame not a clandestine officer


WILSON: My wife was not a clandestine officer the day that Bob Novak blew her identity.

Joseph Wilson (Plame's husband) admits Valerie Plame was NOT a clandestine officer. I think we can all agree this "scandal" is nothing more than a scheme cooked up by the liberal media to bring down a valuable Bush advisor.

Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Karl Rove, Whistleblower

Review & Outlook
July 13, 2005

Democrats and most of the Beltway press corps are baying for Karl Rove's head over his role in exposing a case of CIA nepotism involving Joe Wilson and his wife, Valerie Plame. On the contrary, we'd say the White House political guru deserves a prize--perhaps the next iteration of the "Truth-Telling" award that The Nation magazine bestowed upon Mr. Wilson before the Senate Intelligence Committee exposed him as a fraud.

For Mr. Rove is turning out to be the real "whistleblower" in this whole sorry pseudo-scandal. He's the one who warned Time's Matthew Cooper and other reporters to be wary of Mr. Wilson's credibility. He's the one who told the press the truth that Mr. Wilson had been recommended for the CIA consulting gig by his wife, not by Vice President Dick Cheney as Mr. Wilson was asserting on the airwaves. In short, Mr. Rove provided important background so Americans could understand that Mr. Wilson wasn't a whistleblower but was a partisan trying to discredit the Iraq War in an election campaign. Thank you, Mr. Rove.

Media chants aside, there's no evidence that Mr. Rove broke any laws in telling reporters that Ms. Plame may have played a role in her husband's selection for a 2002 mission to investigate reports that Iraq was seeking uranium ore in Niger. ... But it appears Mr. Rove didn't even know Ms. Plame's name and had only heard about her work at Langley from other journalists.

On the "no underlying crime" point, moreover, no less than the New York Times and Washington Post now agree. So do the 36 major news organizations that filed a legal brief in March aimed at keeping Mr. Cooper and the New York Times's Judith Miller out of jail. ...

In short, Joe Wilson hadn't told the truth about what he'd discovered in Africa, how he'd discovered it, what he'd told the CIA about it, or even why he was sent on the mission. The media and the Kerry campaign promptly abandoned him, though the former never did give as much prominence to his debunking as they did to his original accusations. But if anyone can remember another public figure so entirely and thoroughly discredited, let us know.

If there's any scandal at all here, it is that this entire episode has been allowed to waste so much government time and media attention, not to mention inspire a "special counsel" probe. ...

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I was right. Take that loser liberals.

Liberal Losers Attempt to Destroy Karl Rove

Unable to win at the polls, liberals are trying to bring down Karl Rove by their typical method using the liberal media to spread lies.

As this unfolds, remember two things:

  1. It was no secret that Valerie Plame was employed by the CIA.
  2. Joseph Wilson (Plame's husband) supported Kerry in the last election

I think we can all agree we'll see plenty of fake scandals in the next couple of years.

Sunday, July 10, 2005

Ashcroft for Chief Justice

I've said it before, and I'll say it again -- when Renquist steps down, I think Bush should nominate John Ashcroft a Cheif Justice of the Supreme Court. Not only is he obviously the most qualified candidate for the position, but choosing him will upset all those loser liberals who have been using the judiciary to push their liberal agenda.

Friday, July 08, 2005

An Example of Liberal Hate Speech

I think we can all agree this is a typical example of liberal hate speech.

Thursday, July 07, 2005

Liberals are cowards

Conservative talkers taking radio shows on road to Iraq

Public support for the war in Iraq is plummeting at home and overseas, military recruiters aren't making their quotas, and U.S. soldiers and Iraqi civilians are being killed every day by insurgents.

But enough of the bad news, say a group of six conservative talk-show hosts led by San Francisco's Melanie Morgan.

They're headed to Iraq on Friday for a "Truth Tour" -- a seven-day trip designed to show that what's happening on the ground in Iraq isn't as dire as what's being beamed across the globe on network news programs and described in mainstream publications.

This a great idea. Finally we'll hear the truth about Iraq instead of the distorted news reported by the liberal media. Notice how none of those latte swilling radio personalities at Air America dare to actually go to Iraq a report the truth. This is because liberals are just a bunch of cowards.

Bush's War on Terror is Working

The terrorist attacks in London today and in Spain last year show that Bush's war on terror is working. Notice in that time there have been no terrorist attacks in the United States. This is because Bush has the terrorists on the run and the terrorists know the terrible consequences if they should attack the United States.

One thing is is clear, if Kerry had won the election, it could have been New York or Washington D.C. instead of London.

Sunday, July 03, 2005

Something to think about

From my mail bag...

There has been an average of 160,000 troops in the Iraq Theater of operations during the last 22 months, which gives a firearm death rate of 60 per 100,000.

The rate in Washington, DC is 80.6 per 100,000.

That means that you are 25% more likely to be shot and killed in our Nation's Capitol, which has some of the strictest gun control laws in the nation, than you are in Iraq.

Conclusion: We should immediately pull out of Washington, DC.