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Friday, January 27, 2006

A couple of thoughts

The past few weeks have been rather interesting, and here's a few thoughts I've had on some of the going-ons.

Hamas wins elections in Palestine. OK, so the big difference is instead of a government claiming that they want peace and then blowing up bat mitzvahs, we now will have a government screaming "DEATH TO THE JEWS" and blowing up bat mitzvahs. I'll take an enemy stupid enough to tell me what he's going to do any day of the week. What this does is allow us, as a country, to treat the palestinians like the monkey felching terrorists they are. When the group who's motto is "Death to Israel" gets elected, you can't say "Oh, they're just a fringe group" anymore. We don't have to grin and pretend that the people we're dealing with aren't a bunch of murdering neanderthals who don't have enough collective IQ to tie their shoes. We don't have to pretend that these people actually want peace. By electing Hamas, the palestinians have given us the freedom to do what we should have done years ago. Allow the palestinians to drop off the face of the earth. Or in their case, blow themselves off the face of the earth. Hell, I'd settle for Israel blowing them off the face of the earth, at least until they give up terrorism as a way of life. Maybe when the cesspool currently known as the Gaza Strip is clean of palestinians, Israel can take a break from defending itself for once.

Nah. Iran will make sure she can't take a break.

Judge Alito is going to become Justice Alito. It's a given at this point, and I really do hope that the Dhimmocrats refuse to acknowledge that fact and continue their campaign against him. If accusing him of being a racist, bigoted, anti-woman, government loving thug on national TV didn't get the Dhimmocrat's ratings up, I don't know what will? And making his wife cry on national TV? Priceless? C'mon Teddy, (hic!) throw something else at him!

The Dhimmocrats painted themselves into this particular corner. They politicized the Supreme Court, and starting putting some of the most partisan liberals they could find on the bench. And to make sure that their nominees got to the bench, they started making certain "rules". "You can't ask the nominee about this. They don't have to answer questions about that. Blah blah blah blah blah." So when Alito simply didn't answer some of their questions, what could they say? Ginsburg set that particular policy up, and don't think for one minute that the Republicans have forgotten that fact. They were just waiting to open up on Teddy (hic) Kennedy, Chucky Schumer, and the rest of the depraved fucksticks who couldn't shut their pieholes on national TV.

I'm a red-blooded, gun owning American in the Army, and yet Ted Kennedy has killed more people than I have. How's that get ya?

So after embarrassing themselves (live!) on national TV, the Donks really can't do anything to block Alito. Although I still want to see them attempt a filibuster. On yeah baby. During an election year. GO FOR IT, TEDDY! GO FOR IT, LURCH! THE HOPES OF THE DHIMMOCRAT PARTY REST ON YOUR SHOULDERS!

Some idiot LA Times writer named Joel Stein writes a column where he states that (gasp!) he doesn't support the troops.

No shit, Sherlock!

I don't understand why people are so up in arms about this. Stein is only printing what the majority of the Left feels, but don't want to admit in public. Those of us on the Right (and in the right) shouldn't get upset, because we had this information already. Stein is simply being honest about the way the Left feels, which puts him above most the other Leftists out there who lie about their opinions for political gain. We should just hold him up everytime we hear some Leftist shitstain claim "but I support the troops". Oh really? Do you?

Hillary Clinton seems to be making a full court press for the presidential nomination in '08. The more I hear her, the more I'm reminded that she's nothing more than a communist cunt. But that's fine, because everytime she flaps her lips, she gives conservatives more ammunition. Anyone who needs a primer on the Clintons just needs to remember one simple rule: Everything about the Clintons, all of them, is corrupt. Rotten as a six month old tomato. Dirty. Filthy. Horrid. As putrid as a slaugherhouse in mid August.

In El Salvador.

That kind of festering seepage can't hide forever. I suppose we should thank ol' Bill and Hill for letting us know years ago that they weren't really humans, just parasites taking human form. I can't wait to see who the Republicans put up against her in 2008.

Cindy Sheehan is in the news again. Why? I guess she read some statement that said that Clinton was just as bad as Bush when it came to killing little brown skinned people.

Yawn.

Thanks for finally coming out and confirming that you're an American hating asshat. I only have two questions regarding Sheehan and her pursuit of popularity:

1: Why is anyone following this hysterical bitch anymore?
2: How could anyone this vile raise such a fine son?

The Democrats have proven that they still cannot be trusted with National Security, and most likely can't be trusted with it for years to come. Here's a clue to any moonbats out there.

Domestic spying means just that. You're spying on people IN THE COUNTRY. When one half of the conversation is with a terrorist living outside the USA, it's no longer domestic spying. I understand that your BDS causes your brain to shut off for years at a time, but please try to restart it.

People who are not American citizens have no rights under the American Constitution. End of story.

The Left has just given away more information to the terrorists than our enemies could have ever hoped to get. Congratulations. I hope you'll be proud of yourself when a major port city gets nuked. And I hope that they find whoever leaked the info to the New York Times and string them up. Rope. Tree. Traitor. Some assembly required.

That's all for now. I just wanted to get all that off my chest.

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