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Friday, June 18, 2004

It Depends, I Guess

Our understanding of the relationship between Iraq and al-Qa’ida is evolving and is based on sources of varying reliability. Some of the information we have received comes from detainees, including some of high rank. We have solid reporting of senior level contacts between Iraq and al-Qa’ida going back a decade.

Credible information indicates that Iraq and al-Qa’ida have discussed safe haven and reciprocal non-aggression. Since Operation Enduring Freedom, we have solid evidence of the presence in Iraq of al-Qa’ida members, including some that have been in Baghdad.

We have credible reporting that al-Qa’ida leaders sought contacts in Iraq who could help them acquire WMD capabilities. The reporting also stated that Iraq has provided training to al-Qa’ida members in the areas of poisons and gases and making conventional bombs.

Iraq’s increasing support to extremist Palestinians, coupled with growing indications of a relationship with al-Qa’ida, suggest that Baghdad’s links to terrorists will increase, even absent US military action.

-- George Tenet, 9 October 2002
So President Bush is to be censured for ingoring the 6 Aug 2001 PDB while on vacation in Texas, and excoriated for heeding the Congressional testimony of the Director of the CIA.

Got that?

The Record

MORE: CIA Memo

Iran Hides Their Nuke Plants Under Ground

Sattelite Imagery shows a disappearing nuke plant
One site at Natanz appears to show a hidden uranium enrichment plant, possibly surrounded by defense fortifications capable of thwarting an attack. The other site, Arak, is a heavy water facility used to make plutonium.

The two sites together could be capable of building atomic bombs. "You have to conclude this is not part of an energy program, this is part of a weapons program," John Pike, the founder of Globalsecurity.org , told Fox News.


So maybe we will get a UN security council resolution. Maybe some sanctions? Maybe after twelve years and say.....17 security council resolutions and fruitless hopes of internal revolt, we can ask France if they could please stop doing business with Iran long enough for us to fix the problem. They'll probably just bitch at us and accuse us of foul deeds they themselves are guilty of. Then again, we'd have to be lucky enough to have a Commander In Chief that recognized Iran as a threat and had the fortitude to stay the course in the face of overwhelming opposition from the likes of John "I want to be the next black President" Kerry here at home. Maybe some Leni Riefenstahl-esque propagandist will make a movie that preys upon our leader's every mis step....real or fabricated. The press will crucify him saying that Iran was never a threat and that they have no links to terrorism. Sound familiar?

OR!

We could vote to keep the adults in charge and let the teenagers bitch all they want!

The Council has spoken!

This weeks winners in the Watcher of Weasels Council are:

A Tale of Two Letters by Patterico's Pontifications, and

So, What Did the U.N. Know? by Ubique Patriam Reminisci

You can find all the results here. More good stuff this week, folks.

A Damn Good Day

So the sunshine was out yesterday. In Seattle, this is a rare thing, so I set my keyboard aside and went to do some yard work. While cutting grass (well, weedwhacking the crap), I noticed that the fruit on the cherry tree was ripe or almost there. BONUS! Picked some cherries, the last of the strawberries, put 'em in the fridge and finished the yard work.

After the girlfriend got home, we headed across the water to her brother's boat. Brought the cherries. Steaks for dinner. On a whim, they tossed the crab pot out. Pulled up six Dungeoness crab, three of which were keepers. (The others were either too small or their shell was too soft). So we all got fresh crab with our steaks. BONUS! This is turning out to be a damn good day!

And the best news of all? While we were on the dock, the girlfriend gets a call on her cell phone. She answers it, and I hear her say "Yes it is. Yes I am. Who am I speaking to?.....

HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOODGE!"

Hodge is back from Baghdad, and should be on my doorstep in about five hours or so! HOT DAMN, this is a good day! And the sun is shining again. So you know the deal. I'll be back to check my email or post anything spectacular, but other than that, I'm going to be outside. Beside, I can't properly rage when I'm in this good of a mood. I'll see you all later.

9/11 Hearing Last Night on C-SPAN

It was really quite interesting. I am on the lookout today for people blaming Bush for the eighteen minutes that those two F-16s scrambled out of Langley flew East over the ocean.

How long before the ACLU hops onto this?

One of the roads mentioned is "U.S. 191".

Crosses Mark Accidents on Montana Highways

The Lying Liberal Left's Desperate Desire For Negative Economic News

Zogby had a few questions for me:

Do you feel that it is possible for you and your family to achieve the American Dream, or would you say it does not exist?
Achieve Dream
Does not exist
Not sure
Refused
Do you agree or disagree that most middle class Americans can achieve the American Dream ?
Agree
Disagree
Not sure
Refused
Which of the following descriptions best represents your goals in life?
A. I believe the American Dream means material success. It is possible for my family and me, and for most middle class Americans, to achieve.
B. I believe you can achieve the American Dream through spiritual fulfillment rather than material success.
C. I believe the American Dream means material success. It exists, but is more likely to be attained by my children and not by me.
D. I believe I cannot achieve the American Dream, whether material or spiritual, nor can most middle class Americans.
Not sure
Refused
Please tell me if you or anyone in your household is currently in this situation:
More in debt now than five years ago?
Yes
No
Not sure
Refused
Feel like you are losing ground financially?
Yes
No
Not sure
Refused
Less able to give to church and/or charity now than five years ago?
Yes
No
Not sure
Refused
Working at an extra job (or two jobs) to simply pay the bills, with little or nothing left over?
Yes
No
Not sure
Refused


No American Dream! No American Dream for the middle class! No spiritual or material American Dream! Their households are in more debt! They're losing ground financially! They can't give as much to charity! They have to take two jobs just to pay the bills. Or.......NOT

That link is to an article written in 2003. Know what? We were right! Want more? Ok! Let's see about the middle class


The decline in unemployment has included minorities. For example, the Hispanic unemployment rate has declined from 8.1% a year ago to 7.0% in May.
The decline in the unemployment rate has occurred throughout the country, declining in 47 out of 50 states in the past year. In fact, 27 states have an unemployment rate at or below a low 4.9%.

Payroll jobs have increased in 44 out of 50 states in the past year.
Nationally, payroll jobs have increased for nine consecutive months for a total increase of 1.4 million.
The average payroll job growth this year (2004) has been a solid 238,000 jobs per month. By comparison, payroll jobs grew an average 233,000 per month for the same January to May period in 1996.
The manufacturing sector has now added 91,000 jobs this year, which is six times more than were created in the same period of the Clinton administration.
College grads are facing the best job market since the recession. (Source: "Surprise Gifts for this years College Graduates: Job Offers," Wall Street Journal, 5/11/04)
According to the household survey, self-employment increased by 137,000 in May and by more than 200,000 from a year ago (note: the payroll survey does not count self-employed). Moreover, management and professional positions increased by more than 550,000 jobs over the last year.
(Sources: Bureau of Labor Statistics)


Kerry is getting his long dead French ass handed to him by the Bush Boom which is directly related to the Bush Tax Cuts! He has yet to stop talking crap about how bad the economy is. Thanks for the ammo, John "I don't fall down! That son of a bitch knocked me down" Kerry!

Thursday, June 17, 2004

Another tape from Abu Ghraib

This time it's not being covered by CNN, ABC, or BBC.

Shocking.

Once More, With Feeling!

It's time once again for another BLOGGER BLASTORAMA!

This time we'll be at the Kenmore Shooting Range in Bothell. The have ranges for Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun, Air Gun and Archery. It looks like a well laid out range, and one of their rifle ranges goes out to 300 yards, according to this part of their website. Prices look reasonable.

I didn't see anything about gun rentals, so I'm bringing my entire arsenal for people to shoot. I'll have my .45 1911 pistol, my .38 Special revolver, my SKS (7.62X39), my 1903 (30-06), and my .22LR rifle. The .308 needs a scope before I take it to the range. If you want to show up but don't have any firearms of your own, just be there and both AK and I will let you use ours.

I'm going to concentrate more on getting my SKS sighted in than doing any kind of heavy shooting, so the 30-06 and my .22 might be open for use all day.

Come one, come all, show up and have a ball!

Lite posting day

The sun is out in full glory today. In Seattle.

If you think I'm going to stay inside, you're crazy. See you tomorrow!

Wednesday, June 16, 2004

The National Anthems

I can't remember who linked to this guy, but I agree with what he says. This country actually has three national anthems. Only one of them may be the official recognised anthem, but all three are needed.

America at Peace, America Bleeding, and America Marching.

I'm not entirely comfortable with The Battle Hymn but that means that I get it. You're not supposed to be comfortable with it. It's a challenge. It's a slap in the face to the complacent.

I think we need to sing the Battle Hymn of the Republic a little bit more these days.

Imperialism

By now the shrieks of "AMERICAN IMPERIALISM!" have been ringing in my ears for years, as it probably has with most of yours. You can't turn on a news channel without some idiotic moron howling about it. Everywhere you look, there's some Leftist yelling about how America is imperialist, yadda yadda yadda.

But what "colonies" do we have? The last time I looked, we have two official territories, right? Guam and Puerto Rico. Both of these territories can leave if they want. In fact, if I remember correctly we put the issue to a vote in Puerto Rico several years ago, and they preferred the status quo. The bottom line is that they can leave whenever they want, and they'll probably get a nice gift basket from the USA if they do, not to mention the friendly relations and economic benefits that come with them. We're not expanding, and in fact the times when we had to go into other countries in the past one-hundred years or so, WE GAVE THE COUNTRIES BACK. Japan. Germany, Kuwait. Panama. Afganistan is holding it's elections soon. Are you noticing a trend here?

But what about the Left's dream country, France?

One of France's farthest-flung and most exotic colonial possessions, French Polynesia, elected its first pro-independence leader yesterday in a blow to the government in Paris.

The new head of state, Oscar Temaru, replaced a long-time political ally of President Jacques Chirac as president. The new man favours independence for the South Pacific archipelago, also known by the name of its main island, Tahiti.


Wait a minute, France has a COLONY? But golly gee gosh, I NEVER hear the left howl about France's Imperialism! How could this be?

The shock result, which coincides with political instability in France's other South Pacific colony, New Caledonia, heralds a loosening of ties with Paris, analysts said.

TWO COLONIES? But... but... but...

Even so, his win sets the stage for a future showdown with Paris. The French government had threatened to cut off funding to the territory if Mr Temaru was elected and flew 120 extra police officers to the islands to head off possible unrest.

France is likely to oppose any move towards independence. Thousands of French troops and civil servants are based on Tahiti.

"French Polynesia is part of France's aspirations to have a presence in every ocean and any loss of territory would have an impact on their status as a power with global reach," said Mr Maclellan. "The territory also has a huge exclusive economic zone, with rights to fishing and sea bed minerals."


France won't let Polynesia become an independant nation? IMPERIALISM! IMPERIALISM! And let's not forget the Ivory Coast, recently invaded by the French occupied by French miliary forces under French "Peace-keeping" mandates!

Just so we can keep this straight, the Left, who supposedly hates Imperialism, wants us to get into bed (politically speaking) with France, who has no problem being imperialist.

Just another highlight of Leftist hypocrisy, folks. SSDD.

(That's Same S***, Different Day, for those who are wondering.)

Found all over the web, but most recently from DANEgerus.

Gee, thanks Mom and Dad!

So lets say that your 18 year old daughter just graduated from highschool. Let's say she got straight A's all the way, 4.0 GPA, valedictorian, ect., ect., ect. What are you going to get her for a graduation present?

A car? A few grand to get her started in college? Money for books? A vacation to Bermuda?

A set of fake tits?

I don't think anyone says it better than Steve:

Congratulations on a fine trend, parents. What better way to confirm an adolescent girl's suspicion that the only important things about her are riding on her chest and hidden between her legs.

For a lot of these girls, that's probably true.

I can think of no better way for a parent to say, "Honey, get out there and get pounded from behind on a series of motel balconies in Fort Lauderdale, because that's all you're good for."

The story says something like 11,000 eighteen-year-old girls in the US got prosthetic breasts last year. These boob-stiffening, often-asymmetrical bags of water are popular graduation gifts. Yes, you wasted four years improving your brain. Now it's time to drop the charade and work on what really matters.


But remember, according to the Left it's us EEEEEEEEEEVIL Republicans who create a sexist society. Yeah. Right. Sure.

If any of my readers are parents of little girls, make sure that they read my next few words before they turn eighteen, OK? Cause here's a clue: I hate fake tits. And 99.999999999% of the guys I know hate fake tits. Nothing says "I'm a stupid plastic bint" quite like a set of fake knockers, OK? There's no better way to prove that you're a shallow, bubble-headed slut than getting a boob job. Show up with your Mattel®-made breasts, and the first thought going through a guy's head is "Oh yeah, she's easy!" Because if you have such a low opinion of yourself that you think your breasts are the most important part of you, then you will be correct. Hell with conversation, look at my tits! Who cares what I think, look at my tits! I don't need a functioning brain, look at my tits! Tee hee, tee hee! Look at my tits!

And all that attention you get with your instant boobs will last for about ten to fifteen years. Yep, cheap shallow guys ogling your expensive breasts might last for a decade or so, although by the end of it you might get a little tired of guys just wanting to get you in the sack, thus confirming their theory that you're a cheap shallow Barbie-wanna be. But when you hit 35 or 40, you'll see that while your body changes, silicone doesn't. And forty year old women with softball shaped tits that hang down to their belly-button don't get too much action, unless you want to delve into the seriously defective end of the gene-pool. Oh, and from what I've heard, trying to breast-feed a child when you have fake boobs isn't the most pleasant experience. Your tits have already stretched out to their max due to this bag of chemicals you've had stuffed in there, so trying to produce milk, which causes swelling, can get a bit painful. By the way, the surgery to REMOVE the fake tits is just as painful as the surgery that put them in, possibly more so. Enjoy!

There are quite a few valid reasons to get a boob job, I'm not denying that. Breast cancer surgery would be the first reason to pop into my head. But as a graduation present?

Maybe the parents just want their little angels to be as shallow as they are.

The American Peace Movement rears its hideous head

FrontPage magazine has a nice pictorial presentation of the Peaceable People.

Two of my favorites:

 

Oy!

Found on Right-Thinking

UPDATE: Also, Lee has a good little piece regarding how facts are making Michael Moore look like a lying sack-o-dung.

Again.


Cover their eyes!

The AMA wants to protect children from seeing people smoke.

The resolution, offered by the AMA's California delegation, demanded "that our American Medical Association encourages the motion picture industry to apply an 'R' rating to all new films depicting cigarette smoking and other tobacco use."

"Making these movies carry an 'R' rating is the right thing to do," said Dr. Melvyn Sterling, an internist in Orange, Calif. In California, he said, there is no smoking in the workplace, in stores, in restaurants, and yet teenagers are still experimenting with cigarettes. "The only place they see people smoking is in the movies. Their heroes, their heroines, the good guys and the bad guys -- anyone who has attributes the children will emulate are smoking."

Doctors seek 'R' for smoking in movies

Tuesday, June 15, 2004

Terminal Ballistics

Kim du Toit links to a site that people intrested in self-defense might want to take a gander at. Shooting Holes in Wounding Theories: The Mechanics of Terminal Ballistics

The short short version: The guy is an engineer who goes into bullet wounds and lethal wounds with great detail. Knowing just how your bullet works is pretty damn important if your life is going to depend on it. It's a long read, so pull it up at home when you have time, or print it out at work when your boss isn't looking and then read it later.

You call that Camouflage?

I call it ugly.

The thing doesn't look like it would hide much of anything. What was wrong with the woodland camo? I can understand some required design changes due to new equipment, but the actual camo pattern scares the daylights out of me. Where the hell are you supposed to conceal yourself in that monstrosity? A snow storm?

Good camouflage is supposed to break up the lines that give you away. This junk doesn't break up anything except the cones and rods in the back of my eyeballs.

Although the new "no polish" boots are going to make some troops very happy. A spit-shined pair of boots might look good in uniform, but once you're out in the field, it goes to hell pretty quick. However, ten bucks says that some sergeant is going to find a way for new recruits to polish them.

Operation Shoe Fly

Sgt. Hook is asking for a lil help from the Blogosphere, folks.

*****

Just about every flight engineer and crew chief has noticed over the course of flying across this place called Afghanistan these past months that a large percentage of the children have no shoes to wear and of course, almost all of the girls are shoeless.

So my esteemed friends of the blogosphere, in the spirit of Chief Wiggles and minding the words of the infamous Steve Miller Band, I announce the beginning of Operation Shoe Fly in an effort to shoe the children, with no shoes on their feet. If you can collect the shoes, used or new, boys' and girls' (age 14 and under), and send them to me, my crewdogs and I will fly them out to the Afghani kids who so desperately need them.

Please send your shoes to:

Operation Shoe Fly
B Co, 214th Aviation Regiment
Bagram, Afghanistan
APO AE 09354-9998

*****

Seeing as how I don't have any kids, and thus don't have any shoes, it looks like I'm going to have to go buy some from Payless or some store like that. And think about this: Every child who gets a pair of shoes from America may just realise that we're the good guys.

War isn't just won by killing the enemy - it's also won by winning the hearts and minds of people. Something that we take for granted, like shoes, can mean an entire world of difference to someone in Afganistan.

Beaming with pride

I am.

Few things make me feel as good about Four Right Wing Wackos as this.

Bulldozer Politics

No, really.

DANEgerus reports that the UN is admonishing Caterpillar to observe its complicity in human rights abuses in Gaza.

Oy!

"Any way you look at it, it must be a sin."

Stephen Green comments on the six Saudi preachers.

Michael Moore Hates America

There are new trailers at Michael Moore Hates America.

Comments on Comments?

I changed to Blogspot comments.

How do you like them how do you like them?

Sound off so we can decide about keeping them or changing back.

Whites in Basketball

I saw a feature on ESPN last night that explored the phenomenon where there are fewer and fewre white American male playing professional and big college basketball. The first United State Olympic basketball team had several white men on it. This year there will be none. Of the top fifty scorers in the NBA, one is a white American. Twenty years ago, there were eight in the top twenty. Across the board in American basketball, there is a massive underreprentation of white men.

The ESPN piece explored why. Young white men are opting out of basketball, it said, because they see scholarships for hoops as being out of reach, so they playt baseball or football instead. ESPN even put forth the notion that white parents take their kids on vacation so they have less time to practice basketball.

Amazing, eh?

What was missing though was the one word that is ALWAY interjected into a discussion of black underrepresentation in any American arena. When people examine the lack of black Republicans in Congress, this word is mentioned, for it is assumed that there is foul play afoot. When one examines the lack of blacks among Fortune 500 CEOs, this word is mentioned; it is again assumed that the playing field is not level. When the Philadelphia Philles started eight white men in the 1990s, there was furor in Philly. It was assumed that something was wrong.

The word, of course, is "racism".

If corporate boards, baseball teams, or Congressional delegations are "too white", the assumption is ALWAYS made that racism is a factor. But when big money basketball is discussed, well then the reason has to be that white men are opting out. They are choosing not to level the playing field.

Could it be that whites are underrepresented in big ticket hoops because of institutional racism at EVERY level of roundball, so that when a coach has to choose between to equal players to fill his last roster spot, he chooses the black player, assuming that the black player has more potential to be great since most great b-ball players in the past have been black?

Well of course it is.

But that wasn't said. But if corporate boards choose a white man to be CEO because they see him as having better potential to be a great CEO, because in the past most great CEOs were white, well then the "r" word reigns supreme in any analysis of the situation.

"Level Playing Field" is only mentioned where whites outperform blacks.

Monday, June 14, 2004

Nuclear Iran

Am I the only person getting worried about this?

VIENNA, Austria — Momentum is building at a 35-nation conference to take Iran to task for hindering a U.N. probe of its nuclear agenda.

Liberals love to talk about "warmongering" conservatives, while ignoring the fact that the Mad Mullahs of Iran have all but guaranteed a mushroom cloud over Tel Aviv the moment they get their hands on a functioning nuke. You want a nuclear war? Let one of the turbaned terrorist tumblefucks get a nuke.

As much as I like George Bush, I know that he doesn't have the balls to do what needs to be done: Find where the Mad Mullahs have their nuke research facilities, and bomb the living hell out of them. I hope that Israel does it. I hope they blast the hell out of any Iranian leader dumb enough to THINK about pushing the big red button. Because if Iran has their way, Israel is going to be a sea of glass. And you can bet your bottom dollar that if Israel sees nukes headed their way, both Mecca and Medina as well as Tehran are going to be glowing for a long time.

It's not the conservatives that want to see nukes lobbed around like water balloons. It's the J.E.R.M.s that are itching to push the button. If Iran gets a working nuke, you can expect the shitstorm to start about 15 seconds after they aquire it.

And that worries me.

Re: Wonkette

I read with interest the piece from Tiny Little Lies posted by Dave below in tearing into Wonkette for her smarm re: Reagan.

I found this part to be most compelling:

I suppose Wonkette is a harbinger of things to come. Two years ago, only web nerds read blogs, and we were ridiculed by a somewhat nervous mainstream press. Then we acquired a sort of cachet. And Wonkette's boss decided to buy his way in. She had instant publicity and therefore instant traffic, and her site looked enough like a blog to fool the stupid. Well, it worked, so now we should probably brace for a tide of similar prefab syntho-bloggers.
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[It's] all over with. We've been discovered. We're like the people back in 1990 who started thinking South Beach might be a cool, inexpensive place to open restaurants.

Now any opportunistic corporate moron who wants a piece of the Blogosphere pie can buy it. Look for new Wonkettes, popping up like spots of mold on a loaf of bread you've kept too long. And look for your own piece of the pie to shrink. Unless you, too, can afford a publicist and land advertisers with real money. And you can't. And because of the pressure we're going to face from these new, Monkees-like, greenhouse-grown wannabes, you probably never will be able to do those things.

I don't know what's worse. How Wonkette got here, or what she's doing now that she has arrived.
Yeah.

Maybe it is the rise of the corporate blog that makes blogrolling even more important - one can help separate the Spirit of Individuality wheat from the "prefab syntho-blogger" chaff.

As time permits, I plant to make the blogroll a bit more prominent here. I also plan to sanitize it. Starting ten minutes ago.

Happy Birthday

On June 14th, 1775, the US Army was first mustered. I am proud to say that I wore that uniform, and I'm equally proud of every soldier, past and present, who has served with honor and distinction. The Big Green Machine, This Man's Army, whatever name given to it by both friends and enemies, the US Army embodies the same thing to everyone of sound mind.

Freedom.



Two-hundred and twenty nine years.... and still going strong!

HOORAH!

Sunday, June 13, 2004

Senate Bill 2498

What is it, you ask? It's Diane Feinstein's latest attempt to grab guns away from law abiding citizens.

You might remember that she's tried this before. Feinstein, Kennedy, Kerry, Schumer, they all voted to re-up the Assault Weapons Ban. A ban, by the way, that has done exactly jack squat to prevent crime.

It's real simple, folks. If DiFi gets her hands on your guns, you can kiss them goodbye. Forever. Let your Senators know that you oppose it. You can find contact information for your Senators here.

One other thing you might want to do (just as a nice touch), is to write or email Senator Larry Craig of Idaho. Craig is a big reason why DiFi's little amendment died the last time she tried to pull this stunt. A note of appreciation for his leadership on this issue is deserved, in my opinion. I've already written him a letter, since my "Honorable" Senators will most likely just junk any mail or email I send them. I'm still going to flood their offices, however.

If you have time, send off a note letting your Congresscritters know about your position.

Guns don't kill people.

Gun Control kills people.

Found via The Geek.

Blunt Speech Again

This time from Steve.

I never read Wonkette's "blog" until today, except for one entry on briefly famous, average-looking whore Jessica Cutler. I just took a look, and I see she has spent this week making fun of the Reagan funeral. People thought I was criticizing her earlier, although I was actually criticizing her pal the brainless slut. Well, now I'm criticizing Wonkette.

Corporate sponsors can buy you interns, bandwidth, and designers to put together your pretend blog, but there is one thing they can't buy you: class. Which is too bad, because Wonkette could really use a dose.

The man gave us eight years of his life. He took a bullet for us. He stood up bravely, in the face of criticism from every quarter, and became the single greatest force in ending an oppressive empire that imprisoned hundreds of millions of people. Then an incurable disease, which Wonkette herself may have some day, rotted his brain over a the course of a decade, leaving him a helpless invalid who had to be fed with a spoon. And then he died, and understandably, people were moved.

To Wonkette, this is apparently amusing.

Well, I guess if your best pal is a cookie-cutter, off-the-rack whore with the IQ of an ant and the morals of a goat in heat--a smirking, had-looking tramp who went to college for four years so she could become a fluffer--and if you think good blog content is a collection of smug, jaded paragraphs about your pal leasing her callused anus to pay for IKEA and DKNY, then I guess President Reagan's death is probably a hoot.


I'm with Steve. I know that Tim has Wonkette on the blogroll, but I don't read her anymore. After checking out her so called "blog", I figured out that it was nothing more than smarmy bullshit with a lot of references to "assfucking". Anal fixations made public aren't my thing, sorry. And as for the "Washingtonienne", jeebus... what can be said? She looked like a used up whore on her TV interviews. And when you think about it, a twenty-something ex-congressional staffer who was fired for blogging about getting paid for sex on her lunch breaks is just that: A used up whore. In her mid twenties. Sad.

More Hatred From The Left

Yeah, real classy, isn't it?

The Party of Compassion Classless Hatred.

A few other examples of the left's compassion here.

Reagan's Legacy

Here's one for my little anonymous chickenshit visitor. Perhaps if you spent more time reading the works of people who lived through the communist tyranny and less time guzzling the DU's Kool-Aid, you might learn a little something about Reagan.

But then, you're a Barking Moonbat, so that chance is rather slim, isn't it?

UPDATE: More about Reagan from Pejman Yousefzadeh