Wednesday, September 29, 2004

Multiculturalism has a way to go in Saudi Arabia.

Mind you, the opinions expressed aren't all that different from what you might hear in any Parisian banlieu.

Monday, September 27, 2004

Every time Kerry screws up, it's a aide's fault.

Yes, we can definitely depend on him to make the hard decisions and accept the heavy responsibilities.

Friday, September 24, 2004

Where do I contribute?

Wednesday, September 22, 2004

What European women can expect by the end of this century.

Except they won't have courts to go to.

Monday, September 20, 2004


Kerry gets more and more unhinged every day, and this is pretty bad. He'd prefer Iraq to be a mass grave and exporter of terrorism under Saddam Hussein to the alternative we now have. I guess it'll play well with the blame/hate America first crowd, but that's it.

I'm smelling desperation here.


Expect CBS to admit today that the Bush memos are fakes.

Thursday, September 16, 2004

"Let them eat cake!"

No, scratch that. "Let them go naked!"

Alhamdulillah, the entire park is reserved for Muslims only!

Quick question: where's the suicide bomber ride?

In Memoriam

Mainstream Media: 1930 (?) - 2004

"Finally killed by Dan Rather"

Friday, September 10, 2004

A Department of Wellness? How about a Department of Not Shooting Myself in the Foot Every Time I Open My Mouth?

My God! How could the Democrats have picked this fool?

Thursday, September 09, 2004

I'm gonna quit my job and go fuck with the country of Iceland.

Tuesday, September 07, 2004

A moderate Muslim heard from. Finally.

One latte-sipper heard from.

Ah yes, the religion of peace.

Monday, September 06, 2004

Damn! It's hard teaching civilized behaviour to savages.

Quick question: What's the difference between a welfare recipient and a stay-at-home government worker? A network connection.

Reminds me of a Dilbert cartoon: Dogbert the consultant is telling the pointy-haired boss that he'd like a job where he works from home, has no deadlines, and is his own judge of results. The boss says, "So you'll just stay home and we'll mail you a check?" Dogbert replies, "Actually, I was hoping for direct deposit."

Even Clinton's telling Kerry to pass on the whole Vietnam thing.

Too late, I'm afraid. The Chechens have given us a reminder of what we face, and nobody wants to see another Islamofascist strike in this country. Kerry's already terminally-damaged goods, and an attempt to distract with other issues will be seen as just that.

Kerry just spun himself into the ground. He had help - some Republican - but he chose his ground and his issues and he's been made into mincemeat.

I predict the Democrats are going to change their primary process to keep out the lunatic left. They almost got Dean, but at the last minute realized his complete unelectability. In panic, they picked Kerry, and bought a pig in a poke. The key problem was the compressed scedule of the primaries. This will change. The primaries will be stretched out, with a lot more involvement from those not convinced that Marx had it right.

On a related note, I remember once reading that Clinton - in his own words - had finagled his way out of having to go to Vietnam in order to retain his viability within the political system. Strikes me that this may have been a common discussion of Clinton and his fellow-travellers. Clinton did the ROTC thing at the University of Arkansas before skipping off to England. He managed to finesse the draft without having to run to Canada.

Kerry went to Vietnam and then got out as quickly as he could. When he got back he did everything he could to buy his way into the left. He too retained his viability within the political system.

I wonder if anyone's ever investigated this meme?

How many graves will the Russians need? 340-odd people dead and 200 unaccounted for. I'm guessing that before this is all over, the Russians will need about 600 graves.

It's not enough to feel sadness over this: it requires action. And I think that the Russians will act.

Want a sign of European decadence?

Well, this guy still hasn't been deported from the UK.

Here's what the local Member of Parliament (MP) has to say:

"Andrew Dismore, the Labour MP for Hendon, was infuriated by Mr Mohammed's comments. 'That sounds to me like incitement and I will report him to Scotland Yard,' he said. 'It is an insult to most moderate Muslims, who are sick of people like this claiming to represent them."

Go that?

"I will report him to Scotland Yard." Not "I will have his guts for garters," but "I will report him to Scotland Yard." This guy's going to be calling the cops when the planes crash into Canary Wharf. After the mass murder, he'll lead a candlelight vigil. Christ, he deserves the dhimmi status he'll have!

And then there's this "insult to most moderate Muslims," who mostly remain absent without leave during the war on terror. Are there actually any moderate Muslims? If there are, I've not heard from them. At some point, silence does start to look an awful lot like consent.

Finally, where are the patchouli-scented trust-babies on all this? I mean, you will note that there were world-wide protests against the prospect of an American invasion of Iraq. In the face of hundreds of dead children, these same protestors only sip their lattes and shrug.

Sunday, September 05, 2004

Visiting France before the invasion of Iraq, I was struck by how Europeans are out of touch with America. Not surprising though, given this shoddy, utterly biased, reporting. Money quote:

"One of the puzzles of America's electoral map today is the degree to which people are voting against their interests."

Sez you.

Reminds me of that SNL skit where Jon Lovitz, as Michael Dukakis, looks out at the audience and says "I can't believe I'm losing to this guy."

I hope Bill Campbell gets a fair trial and a long jail sentence.

Here's your Allahu Akbar

Saturday, September 04, 2004

Well, ok, but Clinton really is pond scum.

Sorry, but he is.

Friday, September 03, 2004

When will Kerry understand that Vietnam just isn't working for him?

Thursday, September 02, 2004

The President hasn't addressed the RNC, but the commentary is already out there.

'sup with that?

Another reason to love Zell:

NRO: Cynthia McKinney, the former congresswoman, has reemerged in Georgia as the Democratic nominee in Georgia' 4th congressional district.

MILLER: Yes, she has.

NRO: Any thoughts on that?

MILLER: They're not printable.

Another reason to love Zell. Here's the transcript of him facing off with Chris Matthews on "Hardball":

     Matthews: Do you believe truthfully that John Kerry wants to defeat the world with spitballs?

     Zell: That was a metaphor. You know what a metaphor is?

     Matthews: Well, what do you mean by that metaphor?

     Zell: He wanted to cancel these weapons programs. Cancel, means to do away with. I think we ought to cancel this interview.

     Matthews: Well, that would be my loss Senator. Well, let me ask you about this because I think you have a view on reporters of the world. You said, “It was often the soldier, not the reporter, who has given the freedom of the press.” What was your point?

     Zell: Well, it certainly got a rise out of you.

     Matthews: Well, it’s a shot.

     Zell: You’re a reporter. You didn’t have anything to do with the freedom of the press.

     Matthews: Why did you single out reporters… Because you could get an applause line at a conservative convention.

     J.C. Watts: Now come on, Chris.

     Zell: You’re hopeless. I wish I was over there. In fact I wish we lived in the…

     Matthews: If a Republican Senator broke ranks and spoke for the democrats would you respect him?

     Zell: Yes, I’ve seen that happen from time to time.

     Matthews: Jim Jeffords switched parties after getting elected…

     Zell: Wait a minute, wait a minute… If you’re going to ask a question..

     Matthews: It’s a tough question. It takes a few words.

     Zell: Get out of my face! If you’re going to ask me a question, then step back, and let me answer! I wish we lived in a day where you can challenge a person to a duel. Now that would be pretty good. (Norah Odonell loud laughter)

Don’t pull that stuff on me like you did that young lady when you had her brow beaten to death. I’m not her! I’m not her! You get in my face I’m going to get back in your face. [This is a reference to Michelle Malkin]

     Matthews: Senator can I speak softly to you?

     Zell: No, no. You won’t give me a chance to answer. You ask these questions and then you just talk over while I’m trying to answer just like you did that woman the other day. Why don’t why I even came on this program.

     Matthews: Well, I’m glad you did. Well let me ask you this…

     Zell: No, Are you going to shut up after you ask me! Are going to give me a chance to answer it.

     Matthews: Yes, sir. I’m going to give you a chance to answer.

"Yes, sir. I’m going to give you a chance to answer."

Matthews just got owned.

UPDATE: More here.

Thank God the RNC ends today. One more day, and I'm sure this poor man would be strokin' out.

Zell's speech was a masterpiece, the best so far of the convention. In a single speech he paid homage to the military, praised the President, and slammed Clinton, Kerry, Edwards, Kennedy, and the rest of the hate-America crowd.

When Paul Coverdell died and Zell was appointed in his place, I considered it a bit of partisan game-playing from Roy Barnes. It might have started that way, but Zell Miller has turned out to be a magnificent Senator. A man with America's interests at heart, come hell, high water, or the Democratic Party.

My God, what a great speech! I was never so proud to live in Georgia.

Wednesday, September 01, 2004

Wow! Now that's a rant!

This is a clear sign that the RNC is going spectacularly well.

What's *really* funny about this is that the Democrats did everything they did to try to make the RNC a disaster. Soros contributing tens of millions to 527s, Hillary, Daschle, et al., telling the Republicans not to make 9/11 a politicial football (9/11 Commission, anyone?), hippies shipped in from all over to protest.

And yet the Republicans are looking strong and inclusive, and the protests are going nowhere. Kerry bet his campaign on four months of his life, and the bet's not paying off. Edwards' two Americas are now a joke, a place where Kerry and Edwards can flip, or flop, depending.

Up against Kerry is GWB, a man alternately described by the left as a moron or an evil genius, depending on the day and the issue. "BUSH LIED, PEOPLE DIED," they scream hysterically. What makes them most hysterical is that none of the slurs are sticking. The majority of the American people see that the President is doing a good job on the economy and on national security. If they pay the left any attention at all, it's mostly to wonder when it last bathed, why it hates America, where it got the trust funds, who bussed it in for the protest, and when the hell it's going to shut its whiney yap.

Look for a Republican landslide in November. Bush will win with about 58% of the popular vote.

UPDATE: Have you noticed that the (moderated) comments on the rant are in lock-step with the author and the Democratic Party? Democrat diversity is a bunch of aging hippies agreeing with each other.

Hmmm. I'm happy and sad at the same time.

I just love Arnold's speech. If he wanted it badly enough, I bed he could become President himself and Constitution be damned.

The first night's speeches were great. McCain sounded like Churchill, and Giuliani just sucked you in. The great thing, in my mind, was the contrast with the Democrats. In remembering 9/11, the Democrats had a candlelight moment. Fair enough, but total emphasis on being a victim. The Republicans, by comparison, acknowledge the tragedy but then add that they're going to take the fight to the terrorists. Much more satisfying to me, as I just can't imagine wallowing in self-pity.

I can't wait to hear Zell Miller's speech. Here in Georgia he has a 70% approval rating. America's about to see why, once again.

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