Saturday, February 28, 2004

Memo to Norway

Chow down, bruddah!

Millions of giant Pacific crabs, whose ancestors were brought to Europe by Joseph Stalin in the 1930s, are marching south along Norway's coast, devouring everything in their path.

I call this a perfect time for open season on crabs.

The monster crabs, which can weigh up to 25lb and have a claw-span of more than three feet, are proving so resilient that scientists fear they could end up as far south as Gibraltar.

Energised by a mysterious population explosion a decade ago, whole armies of the crustaceans - known as the Kamchatka or Red King Crabs - have already advanced about 400 miles along the roof of Europe, overwhelming the ports of northern Norway.

Mmmmmmmmmm, King Crab!

Many Norwegian fishermen hate the crabs, blaming them for falling fish stocks and complaining that they get tangled in their nets. But for others, they have brought unprecedented wealth. At the Rallarn, a pub near the harbour, a fierce debate raged this week. Some favour annihilating the crabs, an almost impossible task, while others are tickled pink at the chance to gorge for free on a rare delicacy they find almost at the bottom of their gardens.

Elvis Jenssen, 41, said: "The bloody things hoover up everything off the bottom of the sea and all the fish are disappearing. They came over from Russia and now they're taking over."

But Glenn, a 30-year-old car mechanic, replied: "It's true the seabed now looks like the Sahara but they certainly taste good."

That's it, I'm headed to Norway. I'm taking crab pots, a big frigging kettle, and 20 pounds of butter with me. I'll be back in a month or so. Anyone else want to come? If these crabs are a problem, the solution is to catch them and eat them.

King Crab! Yum!

UPDATE: Looks like the Rott saw this as well, and the comments are farking hilarious!

Peter: To think that the entire Western World once trembled at the mere thought of the Long Ships. The actual sighting of only one brought panic.
Now the progeny of the Vikings are defensless against the invasion of...supper.
Thor is weeping in shame.

In all seriousness, I could eat ten pounds of fresh crab all by myself! I just can't figure out why Norway is going all ga-ga over this! This isn't a problem, this is dinner and a buttload of cash for exporting fresh King crab legs!
OK, that's it

From now on, anyone who makes a serious arguement FOR communism shall be considered worthless, idiotic, moronic, and berift of anything remotely close to rational thought.

Don't take communists at their word, laugh at them. Thwart them. Do everything in your power to destroy them. But once a communist is identified, they must never be held up to the same level as anyone else. These America-hating parasites deserve a bullet and an unmarked grave.

Read this and tell me that you don't feel the same way.

Hat tip to Cold Fury.
CA Donks support Rapists!

You think I'm kidding?

Last July, a 20-year-old thug named Stewart Pearson soaked a rag in toilet bowl cleanser and Ajax and used it to smother 17-year-old Tina Phan while she was sleeping in her Terra Linda, Calif., home. Tina gasped, trying to fend off Pearson, but he wielded a knife and overpowered her. Pearson raped and brutalized her. According to Phan, Pearson told her he had committed the same crime before and planned to do it again. Phan bravely persisted in pressing charges against Pearson. He initially denied raping Phan, but admitted guilt last fall.

If this son of a bitch had done it to one of MY family members he would have been leaking much bodily fluid by now, but I digress.

Enter Rep. Woolsey. As first reported by the Marin Independent Journal, the outspoken feminist and anti-violence-preaching Democrat attempted to intervene in the case. She used her official stationery to send a letter to the local presiding judge in support of . . . the convicted rapist.

In a bleeding-heart plea for leniency, Woolsey wrote: "Stewart Pearson is a young man from a supportive family. I believe he has a promising life ahead of him, and I urge you to consider these factors when deciding on a suitable sentence." Woolsey noted further that Pearson had volunteered for her campaign, as if stuffing envelopes for Woolsey somehow mitigated the violence he committed against Tina Phan -- whose promising life Woolsey didn't bother to show an ounce of concern for at all.

I beg your pardon? Excuse the hell out of me? Did I just enter some bizzaro world where the life of a rapist is worth more to a Democrat than the life of the young victim?

Oh, wait, felons overwhelmingly vote Democrat. Never mind, I see the pattern here.

Thankfully, the judge ignored Woolsey and sentenced Pearson to eight years in prison, the maximum allowed under a plea deal.


What explains Woolsey's soft spot for this violent sexual predator? Pearson is the son of one of Woolsey's aides. Did she believe him to be innocent after carefully reviewing the facts of the case? "(I)n my mind, he is not a criminal," Woolsey told the Marin newspaper. Yet, Woolsey never bothered to fill her mind with the truth. She admitted she "knew nothing" about Phan's rape case and "had no idea what the courts had found." (Spoken like a true Clinton defender and callous cronyist.)

The House Ethics Committee in Washington is probing whether Woolsey intervened inappropriately. But Woolsey is guilty of a far bigger sin -- the fraud she has perpetuated in the name of her "progressive" ideology at the expense of teen-age rape victim Tina Phan.

The plot sickens thickens!

Woolsey has continually raked in campaign cash based on her reputation as a tireless champion for women's and children's rights. She lambasted college campuses for inadequate collection of rape and sexual assault data. She aggressively pushed for the Violence Against Women Act, the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Victims' Housing Act, the Stalking Prevention and Victim Protection Act, the Date-Rape Prevention Drug Act, the Protection of Women in Prison Act, and the Battered Immigrant Women Protection Act.

Woolsey has promoted women's rights in Afghanistan; called for stronger prosecution of rapists in East Timor; performed in the "Vagina Monologues" to show her solidarity with victims of rape, domestic abuse and genital mutilation; and crusaded for the "United Nations Convention to Eliminate Discrimination Against Women" to show how much she cares for the oppressed women of the rest of the world.

Look at me! I care about women! Look at everything I do! Donks are great at talking about how much they care, but when push comes to shove they are sadly lacking any substance.

Maybe if Tina Phan had been raped in a Third World country thousands of miles away and demanded a U.S. tax-subsidized abortion, Woolsey would have come to her aid. Instead, when it came down to putting her high-minded liberal ideals where her mouth was, she betrayed an innocent young constituent without hesitation.

Phan has courageously gone public to hold Pearson and Woolsey accountable for their actions. Her congresswoman, Phan blasted over the weekend, "represents the rapist who took advantage."

Lynn Woolsey, The Rapist's Representative. Liberal hypocrites in Marin County will probably forgive her. For Tina's sake, the rest of us should not let her forget.

Just another disgusting example of why the Democrats in this country are unfit to hold any power what so ever.

Hat tip from the Rott.

OK, I just had to do it.


Although that has got to be one of the worst pictures of me I've ever seen. Mollbot, we gotta work on your photo snapping skills, bro.

Friday, February 27, 2004

Eugene Volokh has some bisexual statistics.

Mucking it up with seaborne British commandos. Literally.

Analog Kid has the time and date for the next Blogger (and friends!) Blastorama.

Once again I'll put my offer out. If anyone wants to learn how to shoot, or wants to get re-aquainted with shooting, you can borrow my guns, some of my ammo, and all of my advice. AK has put out the same offer. All you have to do is show up, and we'll do the rest.

Question for the crowd: How is it that Democrats in Congress can muster the votes to block Miguel Estrada and stop Medical Malpractice legislation, but not the votes to stop President Bush from starting a murderous lie-laden war or running up record deficits? Where are their priorities???
Busy day

I'm going to be out of the house most of today, so I can't post much. Maybe later tonight...

Thursday, February 26, 2004

Andrew Sullivan is foaming. I don't believe I have ever seen a previously rational man reduced to a spittle-ejecting vein-bulging near-psychopathic raver. It was the Amendment that President Bush proposed that did it. With a bit of Mel Gibson's movie sprinkled in. Bottom line according to Sullivan: this is the start of a Falwell-Robertson-Santorum gambit to remove all privacy from American life. The Passion is a "pornographic" attempt to rile all evangelical Christians to drive people unlike them into the cellars and sewers.

It's sad, really. Sullivan has been a favorite read of mine.

Right now he is nothing more than a frantic and raving madperson.
Time to make Tender Vittles

I just found out that one of my mangy good for nothing bitchs cats has been pissing in a corner of the bedroom. Right in my dirty laundry basket. So now I get to do laundry, and scrub the floor, and the walls, and anywhere else that flea-ridden pusbag cat might have gone. If I ever find out which one of the worthless soon to be strangled soul sucking demons cats it was, I'm feeding the damn thing to the dogs.

This is why fur shedding hellspawn cats will never rule the world. A dog at least waits to go outside, and only piddles inside the house when it simply can't hold it anymore. Cats just do whatever the hell they want, where they want. Resulting in the sudden depopulation of furniture shredding assmonkeys cats by people who object to their socks and shirts getting peed on when I clean out the litterbox every damn day!

Forcing Ideas Onto Other People

No, this post isn't about gay marriage -- that horse is already dead and beaten, and let me tell you, he's not terribly happy about that at all. However, the gay marriage issue is as good an example as any, especially considering that it's the most recent example.

Take away inertia, historical precedent, etc. Why is it that some people stay awake nights worried that two gay strangers a thousand miles away might get married? Or, with other examples, why is it that someone in Illinois can worry that someone in California may see a breast? Or have oral sex? Or (from the opposite end of the spectrum) that someone may have a bad day, week, or year? Why is it that someone in Vermont thinks that someone in Florida should pay for the health care of someone in California?

In other words, why do people worry about everyone else and not themselves? If we all minded our own business, half of the problems we have in this country would simply go away. Gay marriage wouldn't be an issue if people minded their own business -- there is no argument on earth that could convince me that two gay men getting married somehow undermines my parents' marriage. Welfare wouldn't be an issue if people respected the fact that, ultimately, we are all responsible for our own destiny -- if that includes charity, so be it, but if not, that's life. Censorship -- from both directions, language/sex/etc. and PC-ism -- wouldn't be an issue if parents actually acted as parents instead of glorified nannies.

None of these would be a problem if we just left well enough alone. So why don't we?

John Fonda Kerry - Communist Tool

So says one former communist who used him. As usual, all emphasis is mine.

As a spy chief and a general in the former Soviet satellite of Romania, I produced the very same vitriol Kerry repeated to the U.S. Congress almost word for word and planted it in leftist movements throughout Europe. KGB chairman Yuri Andropov managed our anti-Vietnam War operation. He often bragged about having damaged the U.S. foreign-policy consensus, poisoned domestic debate in the U.S., and built a credibility gap between America and European public opinion through our disinformation operations. Vietnam was, he once told me, "our most significant success."

After 1989, when more and more facts were coming out of the USSR, I was amazed at how much the Left in this country had been duped. They had drank the kool-aid entirely, and now people were actually coming out of the Soviet Bloc and proving it! When McCarthy was saying that the Reds were everywhere, he was shouted down, but then the KGB files proved he was right!

The KGB organized a vitriolic conference in Stockholm to condemn America's aggression, on March 8, 1965, as the first American troops arrived in south Vietnam. On Andropov's orders, one of the KGB's paid agents, Romesh Chandra, the chairman of the KGB-financed World Peace Council, created the Stockholm Conference on Vietnam as a permanent international organization to aid or to conduct operations to help Americans dodge the draft or defect, to demoralize its army with anti-American propaganda, to conduct protests, demonstrations, and boycotts, and to sanction anyone connected with the war. It was staffed by Soviet-bloc undercover intelligence officers and received about $15 million annually from the Communist Party's international department — on top of the WPC's $50 million a year, all delivered in laundered cash dollars. Both groups had Soviet-style secretariats to manage their general activities, Soviet-style working committees to conduct their day-to-day operations, and Soviet-style bureaucratic paperwork. The quote from Senator Kerry is unmistakable Soviet-style sloganeering from this period. I believe it is very like a direct quote from one of these organizations' propaganda sheets.

Kerry sold out his country, and then he sold out his fellow military members. Not once, but time and time again. POW/MIA, anyone?

The Stockholm conference held annual international meetings up to 1972. In its five years of existence it created thousands of "documentary" materials printed in all the major Western languages describing the "abominable crimes" committed by American soldiers against civilians in Vietnam, along with counterfeited pictures. All these materials were manufactured by the KGB's disinformation department. I would print up these materials in hundreds of thousands of copies each.

The Romanian DIE (Ceausescu's secret police) was tasked to distribute these KGB-concocted "incriminating documents" all over Western Europe. And ordinary people often bought it hook, line, and sinker. "Even Attila the Hun looks like an angel when compared to these Americans," a West German businessman reprovingly told me after reading one such report.

When a former Soviet spy comes out and says "HAH! We fooled you!" don't you think it's time we finally let these lies rest? Oh wait - that would mean that the Donks would have to dismantle half of their party platform, which is based on those lies. And as we all know, deciet and lying is a major foundation of the Democratic Party.

I'm about to be sick.

Hat tip to DANEgerus.
OK, a few more things before I go

Once again, Orsen Scott Card manages to put everything into perspective.

That's all I'm going to say. I would hope than anyone who has read Card in the past would be clicking that link fast enough to break their mouse buttons.

I want to kill someone.

I was over at RNS when I came across this little piece about a typical Donk.

Brown sat directly across the table from Noriega and yelled into a microphone. Her comments sent a hush over the hourlong meeting, which was attended by about 30 people, including several members of Congress and Bush administration officials.

Noriega later told Brown: "As a Mexican-American, I deeply resent being called a racist and branded a white man," according to three participants.

Brown then told him "you all look alike to me," the participants said.

The Democrats are proving more and more that they are unfit to hold any kind of power, that more and more they are becoming petulant children even when they WIN, and that they are so mentally unstable that forced medication may be their only hope.

But reading down the blog, it got worse.

An innocent 4-year-old girl is molested by a teenage brother. Now, the state thinks it's a good idea to force her to live again with her attacker.

KIRO Team 7 Investigators expose the inner workings of Washington's most powerful and secretive agency: Children's Administration.

Our investigation shines a bright light on how "Protective Services" deals with a growing number of convicted juvenile sex offenders who assault members of their own family.

Despite many roadblocks, KIRO Team 7 Investigators discovered the state routinely recommends that young victims of rape be housed with the teenagers that raped them.

We reveal just how far CPS will go to meet its goal: a family reunited at all costs.

This is the same fucked up worthless shit eating mouth breathing group of parasitic dipshits who put a little abused 2 year old back with his parents who beat the shit out of him. He died two months later from massive fractures in his skull. And now THIS???

Fuck it, I'm off to the range. I have to shoot something, and I'd go to jail if I actually did the world a favor and wiped out these fucking wastes of oxygen.

Wednesday, February 25, 2004

Drumwaster writes about [gay] Marriage Acts and Plays.

The subject material here is risque, and the pictures are not safe for work, BUT this is a really good read.

Aaron left the room while I put on a condom and got between her legs. The initial pleasure of Karen's tightness was tempered by the feeling that I was humping a cadaver and was about to experience my first morgueasm. The sound of her wig rubbing against the back of the sofa was chilling.

Aaron, understandably reticent to be in the same room while I used the world's most luxurious masturbatory device, returned to take a few posed shots. "Um . . . what's it feel like?" he said, using his camera primarily to avoid making eye contact. I gave Karen a few hard pumps to illustrate. "Y'know what?" he said, taking shots as he backed toward the door. "You can tell me later."
No, really. It's good stuff. - I Did It for Science: Sex Doll by Grant Stoddard

Andy Duncan notes that the only Englanders who strike these days are public sector workers.

England is very much like the Democratic Party - it's an amalgam of public sector unions and societal remorae.
Random Thoughts on Gay Marriage

Just a few things that I had to toss out there:

1) Don't give me a bullshit line about how you are fighting for "civil rights", OK? Let's just get that bullshit out in the open right now. I still can't carry a gun in San Francisco without getting tossed into jail, and THAT particular right is guaranteed in the FUCKING 2ND AMENDMENT of the Constitution! If people actually gave a fuck about civil rights, they would fight for ALL of them. So as far as I'm concerned, everybody who whines about how marriage is a right but won't let me carry a gun in California can go fuck themselves gently with a chainsaw. I'm calling bullshit on the whole damn lot of hypocrites and assholes in San Fran whining about people's rights. Newsom and his gang don't give a fuck about anything but power.

2) This whole problem would have never come up if the god-damned government would have just stayed the FUCK out of what is supposed to be a religious institution. You want to know my entire opinion on marriage? Marriage comes from a church. Everything else is a civil union, no matter what you want to fucking call it. Were you married by a Chief of Justice instead of a Priest? Fuck you, it's a civil union. Call it whatever the fuck you want, that doesn't change the fact that a CoJ cannot perform a ceremony that is reserved for priests and pastors (or clerics or whateverthefuckyoucalltheminyourworld). In all honesty I put more stock into a marriage ceremony performed by some Wiccan witch than I do a CoJ. Call me weird, but those people who are married in a religious ceremony have something more than just two people in their marriage. I'd be interested in seeing the divorce rates for those married in a church of some sort vs. those "married" by some judge.

3) Now that you know how I feel about marriage (from thought number two) you can see exactly why I don't give a flying fuck about the whole "should two gays be married" issue. As far as I'm concerned in my personal opinion, some gays have already been married. For me it's a matter of how it's done, rather than if it should be done at all. Seriously, if anyone wanted to protest gay marriage, they should have started years ago. That battle is already lost, folks. The question now is do we do it legally and properly through legislation, or do we allow some fucking black robed piece of shit petty tyrant dictate how our lives are going to be from now on?

4) My main opposition is to the fact that a small group of people has just forced their opinions down the throats of everyone else in America. Sorry, but you just got my temper up, and I'll be damned if I allow a group of arrogant fucking assweasels to just TELL me "It's this way now, just deal with it". FUCK YOU! Fuck you, fuck your whore of a mother, and fuck the father you never knew because he didn't pay for the first time! You want to keep this shit behind closed doors and protected from honest debate, FUCK YOU! You want to just wave your hand and make it so? FUCK YOU! You want to prevent people from having a say in how this country is going to be run? FUCK YOU! You want to remove MY voice, bypassing MY elected representative, just so that you can have YOUR way all nice and smooth?


Have I made myself clear on that?

5) My solution to this is simple: Get the government out of marriage entirely. Let the government recognize civil unions all they want to, but leave marriage to a church. I don't care if it's Jewish, Christian, Islam, Wicca, Nosepicking Schlockjockeys, as long as it's a formal recognized religion, you can call it a wedding. But weddings do not belong in government at all.

Any questions?

Voting is for Old People

Canada's military is going bankrupt. But don't fret, Canucks. We'll stand on guard for thee.

Canada's military is going bankrupt. But don't fret, Canucks. We'll stand on guard for thee.

Tuesday, February 24, 2004

Reader Bob C. emailed me a link to the Village Voice. Yes, THAT Village Voice. It seems that some on the Left have taken notice of Kerry's actions AFTER Viet Nam.

Senator John Kerry, a decorated battle veteran, was courageous as a navy lieutenant in the Vietnam War. But he was not so courageous more than two decades later, when he covered up voluminous evidence that a significant number of live American prisoners, perhaps hundreds, were never acknowledged or returned after the war-ending treaty was signed in January 1973.

I'd post more, but quite honestly reading it all made me sick. This is the man many Donks want for President? This sick bastard sold out many of the very same men he calls his "Band of Brothers".

How many brothers have a knife sticking out of their back with Kerry's fingerprints on it?

How many men died in a Viet Cong prison so that John Fonda Kerry could further his political career?

In the end, the fact that Senator Kerry covered up crucial evidence as committee chairman didn't seem to bother too many Massachusetts voters when he came up for re-election, or the recent voters in primary states. So I wouldn't predict it will be much of an issue in the presidential election come November. It seems there is no constituency in America for missing Vietnam P.O.W.'s except for their families and some veterans of that war.

A year after he issued the committee report, on the night of January 26, 1994, Kerry was on the Senate floor pushing through a resolution calling on President Clinton to lift the 19-year-old trade embargo against Vietnam. In the debate, Kerry belittled the opposition, saying that those who still believed in abandoned P.O.W.'s were perpetrating a hoax. "This process," he declaimed, "has been led by a certain number of charlatans and exploiters, and we should not allow fiction to cloud what we are trying to do here."

Kerry's resolution passed, by a vote of 62 to 38. Sadly for him, the passage of ten thousand resolutions cannot make up for wants in a man's character.

How many men were left behind to assuage Kerry's greed and corruption?

I'd rather be castrated with a bandsaw that have John Fonda Kerry as president.
And Hey...

...isn't it odd that Democrats manage to muster the votes required to block Charles Pickering and block malpractice insurance, but they couldn't find enough to stop President Bush from unilaterally attacking Iraq or running up record deficits?

I mean, where are their priorities???

As an aside, if you read the story linked above, you'll find this Golden Nugget from Reuters:

"Bush is running for re-election this year."

I think it is supposed to explain why Bush is concerned with doctors when there are more pockets at Halliburton to be lined.

I guess what gets me the most is that so few people in America live by principles anymore. We're so inundated by anecdotes that few of us seem to ever sit down and think "What do I believe?"

The Gay Marriage issue is another in a long line of issues that highlight this disturbing aspect of contemporary American life. Judge ignores the law, does what he thinks is right. People on the Left celebrate, people on the Right object. The reverse of what happened when a judge in Alabama tried to disregard the law with his Ten Commandments statue.

One of the things feared most by Christianfolk is that if Gay Marriage is legal in California, does the "full faith and credit" clause of the Constitution mean that, say, Texas has to recognize that marriage? The Left would argue "yes".

But that wouldn't apply for something like concealed carry permits, would it? Or does it? If you are licensed to carry in Texas, can you carry in Oregon?

One of the most interesting events in the past ten years where principle is concerned, in my opinion, is what is happening at the University of Colorado right now. I wish I could summon the time and energy to fully comment. The short story is this: a number of women allege that they were sexually abused by athletes. Black athletes. The football coach came out and said that one of the accusers had tried out for the team, but she stunk.

The whole of Boulder, a Liberal city, is in uproar. I think it is because there are so many Leftist ideals colliding and those Liberals, like most, have no idea what they really believe in. They've no foundation to rely upon. Look at the mix:

- women alleging that they were victimized -- PC-protected class

- the women are charging that the University didn't take their claims seriously -- victimizing paternal society!

- one woman said her attackers were "big and black"

- Boulder police have been questioning big black fellows - but that's another PC-protected class

- and then there's the coach.

The Left want him fired.

From a University.

For speaking his mind.

At a University.

Where freethought should reign. They want him out. What he said was insensitive.

At least the coach is White. What a relief that must be for the PC crowd.

See what I mean though?

It sets your head to spinning if you think about it too long. Does anyone believe in anything anymore? Or is it all just catch-as-catch-can, all day, every day?

And if so, is that the way it should be?
Time for the backlash

If you don't like to hear me cuss, don't read this fucking post!

The backlash that everyone and their mother tried to tell the "gay rights" movement that was coming. I can't count the number of people who tried to warn everybody. Mrs. du Toit tried, I've tried, hell there were legions of people out there screaming "STAY OUT OF THE COURTS" at the top of their lungs, but NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO, you didn't want to listen to us! No, you had to decry us as bigots, you had to scream about MARRIAGE APARTHEID, you had to sneer at us "redneck conservatives" who were stuck in the 19th century, DIDN'T YOU?!


Bush flat out stated that if the judges continued to legislate from the bench, he would back a constitutional amendment to define marriage as between a man and a woman, didn't he?

But you didn't listen to him either, did you? No, you would just continue to get some judge to wave his hand and make it the way you wanted it! You would bypass the ENTIRE FUCKING LEGISLATIVE PROCESS, thereby insuring that the people, through their elected representatives, would have ABSOLUTLY NO FUCKING SAY ABOUT IT, didn't you?


Well congradu-FUCKING-lations, you now have a constitutional amendment being written to erase EVERY LAST FUCKING BIT OF PROGRESS YOU EVER MADE! Since you tried to bypass legislation WHICH PEOPLE WOULD HAVE BEEN FINE WITH, you now get to reap the rewards! When you took the voices of the people out of your nifty little solution, you in effect gave them a figurative kick in the nuts and said "FUCK YOU, PLEBE! WE DON'T CARE WHAT YOU THINK, WE'RE DOING IT THIS WAY!"

But people only stay down for so long after they get kicked. And when they get up, they're mad.

You could have gotten legislation passed, and it would have been fine. You could have argued your case in the open, and it would have been find. YOU COULD HAVE GOTTEN THE DESIRED RESULT BY LEGISLATION, and it would have been fine. But you didn't. And now this country is worse off because of it!!! Thanks to all you people who think that legislation by judicial fiat is just hunky-dory, we are now about to have a FUCKING CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT! ARE YOU FUCKING HAPPY NOW???? ARE YOU FUCKING PLEASED WITH YOURSELF????

The worst part is that this Amendment stands a good chance of being passed! Maybe if people got the hell out of San Francisco and Vermont, you could figure out what the hell people in this country think! But you didn't fucking do that, you just told everybody to shut up and deal with it! And now the people are pissed and they're about to shove back in a way that will set this country back YEARS! ALL BECAUSE YOU COULDN'T FUCKING BOTHER TO DO IT RIGHT!


Fuck it, you've made your bed, now you get to sleep in it. You wanted to have your way, and you wanted it right now, and fuck everybody else YOU'LL JUST THROW A FUCKING JUDICIAL TEMPER TANTRUM UNTIL YOU GET YOUR WAY FUCKING WON'T YOU!

I hope you're happy. I'd like to say that this would be my last post on the whole subject, but I know I'll probably get pissed AGAIN and rant AGAIN, so fuck it. I tried being nice. I tried yelling. I tried to point out that by getting a judge to force your opinion down citizens throats was the wrong way to do it, and I got called a bigot. Now the backlash that everyone and their mother predicted is here.

I'm going to try to fight that backlash, but I don't know if I can. I honestly think that this Amendment is a bad idea. I might just be in the minority.

People sure do go nuts when it is their ox that gets gored, eh? Over at there are a plethora of emails just excoriating the President. One threatens to leave the country, another claims this will be Bush's legacy, Sullivan himself claims a "whole generation" of gays will never vote Republican. The common theme is that gays are being "discriminated against".

John Moore thinks that the whole "Bush was AWOL" meme was a trap set by the White House, that the Left eagerly stepped into.

After all the brewhaha over Bush's Air National Guard service, I think the Bush campaign's trap has finally been sprung.

What trap, you say? Kerry has some very damaging history regarding his behavior after he returned from Vietnam. But attacking this is tricky, as it can be dismissed with the line "but that was thirty years ago!"

Now the Democrats have been attacking Bush's record from the same period, angering many veterans and current service members, and have opened up the whole subject of the Vietnam era behavior of the candidates.

The White House strung them along... a little info, then some stonewalling. Then a little more. Finally a total release of records that utterly exhonerates the president.

Yep, that's pretty much how it went, only much more slanderous and full of vile bullshit (a democrat staple). Next?

This trick required the national press to be true to form - spending all of their efforts trying to dig up dirt rather than exculpatory information. Fortunately, they fell for it.

It required the Democrats to be true to form, failing to understand the sensitivities of those with military service backgrounds (and their families') and exposing an instinctive loathing of the military.

I will say that this caught a lot of Donks with their pants down and their asses hanging in the breeze. The 4-F was busted with his "Deserter" comment. Terry McAwful looks like an even BIGGER piece of partisan shit. And good 'ol John Fonda Kerry makes statements that causes entire brigades of National Guard members to damn near self-combust with rage.

How do we know that the trap has finally been sprung?

At the Daytona 500, 2 days after the final records were released, Bush was asked if he wanted to drive one of the cars.

He said "When I served in the National Guard, I was a fighter pilot. I like speed..."

In other words, he's not afraid of this issue. He's proud of his service (as he should be). And now the coast is clear for the counter-attack on Benedict Arnold John Kerry.

And that does tie in with Tim's "Bush Returns Fire" post down below, doesn't it!

Wolf 2-4 to Wolfpack 1: Fire at Will.

American Soldiers as Persons of the Year?

ADBUSTERS says that's "War Porn". Nice, eh?

And oh yeah, there's too many Jews among the neocons.

For those of you who have broadband. It's like a cross between Tom Jones, Grace Jones, and Genesis.

N.E.R.D. : She Wants to Move

Good Bye, Comanche

We hardly knew ye.

I can't say that I'm all broken up over this. The original design kept getting outdated, and the task that the Comanche was assigned to do was overtaken by Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. There was no reason to keep a very high-priced almost obsolete piece of equipment on the table. Recon can be done by UAVs, and to be honest the Apache Longbow carries more weaponry than the Comanche could, for a heck of a lot less money. The Chomache was supposed to be armed recon and light attack. When we can put a drone with a Hellfire missile in the air, the Comanche isn't needed.

It was a very cool, very kick-ass helicopter, but we need to focus our resources right now. The $6.9 BILLION dollars could have bought quite a few Apaches and Predators. (That's $6,900,000,000 for those who want to see the zeros.)

Is Usama bin Laden boxed into some small region in Afghanistan? Some outlets are reporting this, some are not.

The Backcountry Conservative has a buncha links.

Here's a database of coalition fatalities in Iraq.

Harry Binswanger waxes quickly about the so-called "Intelligence Failure" in Iraq.

This is totally bizarre. I found it at It's a Flash game called Dean for Iowa. You place your delegates on the map of Iowa and then depending on the county you either walk your cartoonic self across a cartoonish neighborhood to knock on doors or you walk your cartoonic self down a cartoonish sidewalk waving your "Dean For America" sign at passersby. No wonder this guy went through all his money so fast. It was a Kiddie Campaign, but with real live money.

Monday, February 23, 2004

Stand by with Tar and Feathers

Because if this goes through, we need to teach some congresscritters a lesson.

A Republican-led bill to immunize gun makers from wrongful-death claims is expected to hit the floor tomorrow, but Democrats and liberal Republicans will propose an amendment to extend the federal assault-weapons ban, possibly setting up a showdown with the House.

I want to know who the liberal "Republicans" are. I want their hides tanning on my wall, and their treacherous heads sitting on stakes in my front yard! Let's make it perfectly clear to all the gun-grabbing communists that WE. HAVE. HAD. ENOUGH! The very fact that these snot-nosed slimeballs are even THINKING about continuing the abridgement of all of our 2nd Amendment rights tells me that they do not fear the citizens of this country enough! It's time to put proper fear into their black, shriveled power-hungry hearts! I'd happily string up every gun-grabbing Donk and the worthless RINOs who play along with them if I had half a chance! I think the sight of those worthless parasites swinging from the lamp posts in Washington DC would send a very convincing message, don't you?!

Just remember, the first step in taking absolute control is ensuring that the citizens cannot fight back. That is what these corrupt shitheels are working towards. It's time to remind them just who is in control of this country.

Here's a hint. IT. IS. NOT. THEM!

Found at Publicola via the Amazing Kallini Brothers.

Geek with a .45 has this up on his blog -

What To Do About It:

You wrote your letter? Good! Write them again. Even if your rep is a schmuck. Let them know that they aren't appreciated.

On an average day, there's about 250 or so folks who wander through here. I want each and every one of you up and at 'em on this, no excuses.

S.659, the bill that will help eliminate frivolous lawsuits against the firearms industry, will be taken up in the Senate this week, possibly as soon as tomorrow. It is widely reported that Sen. Feinstein will attempt to amend the bill with a renewal of the 1994 "Assault Weapons" Ban.

The anti-gun lobby is staging a "phone-in" tomorrow (Tuesday, February 24th) in opposition to S.659. Though the bill already has enough co-sponsors (54) to ensure passage, a filibuster could still be attempted, which is presumably what the anti-gun side is hoping for.

To ensure our elected officials know they will lose more votes than they gain by supporting a renewal of the AWB, we all need to do our part by calling our Senators and voicing our strong opposition to the Feinstein AWB renewal amendment that will be offered for S.659... not only should this ban not be renewed, it should not be allowed to cloud the issue of whether S.659, an unrelated bill, should be passed.

The anti-gun folks are asking their people to call between the following hours:

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Central Standard Time
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM Mountain Standard Time
6:00 AM - 10:00 AM Pacific Standard Time

Call 202-224-3121 and ask for one of your Senators' offices (you'll have to call back to reach the other one).

Even if you've already called your Senators in the past few weeks, CALL AGAIN tomorrow. Be polite,
but firm in your opposition to Feinstein's AWB renewal amendment. Please spread the word to everyone
you know.

Thank you, everyone, for taking an active role in ensuring this useless ban does indeed sunset this

Granted, every Rep from my district is a gun-grabbing Hoplophobe, but I'm still going to try. Maybe I'll contact Nethercutt and tell him that should this damn abomination pass, I'll vote nothing but Libertarian until it's finally gone. Although hanging the fucking cunts in charge of this piece of shit still sounds like a much better idea. Christ, I'm so pissed I'm seeing red!

Kallini has a few words to say about the failures of socialism in Britain.

Bush Opens Fire!

Love this line:

"America must never outsource America's national security decisions to the leaders of other governments."

Two Words


Memo to our Canuck pals in B.C., Alberta, Ontario, and every other province that isn't Quebec:

There's still time to get out.
More Leftist Idiocy Exposed

So, the Pentagon hires a firm named Global Business Network. This is a company that comes up with several different scenarios for the organizations who hire them, in order to help those organizations plan for the future. Let's say that I inherited millions of dollars, and I want to plan for this blogs future. I ask them to come up with scenarios and plans for them. They come up with something like this:

1) Posting increases, followed by loss of readership.
2) Posting increases, followed by gains in readership.
3) Posting decreases, followed by loss of readership.
4) Posting decreases, followed by gains in readership.
5) Posting stays at the current level, but readership declines.

And so on and so forth. GBN comes up with all the different scenarios, as well as plans for them if they occur. Now, obviously there are several companies who would be interested in finding out different scenarios that could occur in the future, as well as plans for them if they should occur. Companies do this all the time. So does the government. The US DoD has the "Rainbow Plans" that contain strategies to invade every single country in the world, for the simple reason that if the SHTF, and the US needs to roll, we can at least have some sort of plan ready instead of running around like headless chickens.

So the Pentagon hires GBN to come up with scenarios and plans in regards to the climate. GBN does so, and hands back it's package to the Pentagon. All is fine, all is well. And then the hysterical Left, being what they are, grab ONE of those scenarios and start hyperventilating.

Whereupon they are promptly exposed as the childish, silly, imbecillic morons that they truly are, by Greyhawk, Tim Blair, and others.

My only question is when we will see some sort of retraction by the bloggers and other assorted dipshits who peddle this sort of trash as the gospel truth? How many times do they need to be exposed as frauds and liars before we get one single apology?

Oh wait, I forgot. Being Left means never correcting yourself, just take another bong hit and forget that you're a brain-dead asshat.
Busy as Hell

So don't expect too much from me for a few days. I'll post when I can.

Gaddafi was pretty darn close to having a bomb.

Glenn Reynolds highlights a couple instances of the latest Liberal lies. The first is about Tom Daschle saying the occupation of Iraq has gone well. In one speech. The in another speech, for a different crowd, well, you know. Then there's this little slice from the NYTimes.

I have never understoods why Oliver Willis is considered smart and inventive. The guy's a simpleminded and dull parrot. In my opinion.

Sunday, February 22, 2004


Heheheee. HAAAAAAAAAAAaaahaaaa haaaaaaaaaaaaaa!


And the politicians who practice it.

Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry accused President Bush on Saturday of using surrogates to attack his military service in Vietnam and his subsequent activism against that war.

In a letter to Bush, Kerry wrote: "As you well know, Vietnam was a very difficult and painful period in our nation's history, and the struggle for our veterans continues. So, it has been hard to believe that you would choose to reopen these wounds for your personal political gain. But, that is what you have chosen to do."

Tell you what, John F**king Kerry... Since you choose to bring up Viet Nam in every damn speech you make, since you surround yourself with the very men that you smeared, lied about, and decried in Senate testimony, since you have made such a big deal about your service, WE WILL RE-OPEN ANY DAMN WOUNDS WE FRIGGING WANT TO! The very fact that you are boasting about your Viet Nam service is an insult to every servicemember who was put through the hell of lies, disrespect, and slander that YOU YOURSELF foisted on them!

Kerry was reacting to criticism earlier in the day from a leading Georgia Republican who, speaking for Bush's re-election campaign, predicted trouble for Kerry in the state's primary.

Sen. Saxby Chambliss said during a conference call arranged by the Bush campaign that Kerry has a "32-year history of voting to cut defense programs and cut defense systems."

So, someone spoke the truth about your years in government, and now you're pissed? Too bad. Perhaps if you hadn't been a slimy shitheel stabbing the military in the back at every chance you got, this wouldn't be such a big deal.

When Kerry responded later, at his side was Max Cleland, a triple-amputee Vietnam veteran who lost his Senate seat to Chambliss in 2002 after being portrayed as soft on homeland security.

He said the president "decided once again to take the low road of American politics."

"Saxby Chambliss, on the part of the president and his henchmen, decided today to question my commitment to the defense of our nation," Kerry said in Georgia, one of 10 states choosing electoral delegates on March 2.

Max Cleland, the token Viet Nam vet, trotted out like a damn trophy every time some Democratic fucknozzle wants to earn points with the military. Screw you, Kerry. And screw Cleland as well, since he wants to play the roll of lapdog. "Oh, but he lost his limbs in Viet Nam!" Yep, that's what happens after you drink a few beers and get stupid around a live hand grenade!

Kerry also defended his military record during an interview taped Saturday for broadcast Sunday morning on ABC's "This Week."

"I don't know what it is that all these Republicans who didn't serve in Vietnam are fighting a war against those of us who did," the Massachusetts senator said.

Kerry has campaigned on his Vietnam combat record, which includes three Purple Hearts, a Bronze Star and a Silver Star.

Chambliss said Kerry, despite his service, has a weak record on military issues.

"He has a long history, particularly in the last decade, of not only voting to cut intelligence spending, but introducing bills to cut intelligence spending," Chambliss said.

Kerry has used his military medals (Ya know, the ones he supposedly tossed over a fence?) as a major point in his campain. "Hi, I'm John F**king Kerry, and I was in Viet Nam!" But he's voted against every military upgrade that's hit the senate floor! B-1? He voted against it. Bradley Infantry Vehicle? He voted against it! Patriot Anti-Missile system? He voted against it! He's voted against pay raises for the troops, voted against upgrading their equipment, and now he wants to brag about his war medals? FUCK YOU, KERRY! I WOULDN'T VOTE FOR YOU IF I WAS TIED UP AND UNDER THREAT OF DEATH!

The Donks have had months of free media time during the primaries, and they've been engaged in one huge long Bush-bashing festival. I can't wait for the Donk primary, because once the candidate is selected, it's time to open fire. And if Kerry's the guy, I'm going to be firing away. If that snot-sucking, anti-military, traitorous little shitpile wants to play the negative campaign game, that's fine with me. I'll be exposing him for the worthless rat bastard he truly is.

Hat tip to the Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler for getting my bloodpressure up.

UPDATE: Via DANEgerus comes the opinion of a Marine who has doubts about Kerry's Viet Nam Service.

Here we have a JFK wannabe (the guy Halsey wanted to court martial for carelessly losing his boat and getting a couple people killed by running across the bow of a Japanese destroyer) who is hardly in Vietnam long enough to get good tan, collects medals faster than Audie Murphy in a job where lots of medals weren't common, gets sent home eight months early and requests separation from active duty a few months after that so he can run for Congress. In that election, he finds out war heroes don't sell well in Massachsetts in 1970, so he reinvents himself as Jane Fonda, throws his ribbons in the dirt with the cameras running to jump start his political career, gets Stillborn Pell to invite him to address Congress and has Bobby Kennedy's speechwriter to do the heavy lifting. A few years later he winds up in the Senate himself, where he votes against every major defense bill and says the CIA is irrelevant after the Berlin Wall came down. He votes against the Gulf War (a big political mistake since that turned out well), then decides not to make the same mistake twice so votes for invading Iraq -- but that didn't fare as well with the Democrats, so he now says he really didn't mean for Bush to go to war when he voted to allow him to go to war.

I'm real glad you or I never had this guy covering out flanks in Vietnam. I sure don't want him as Commander-in-Chief. I hope that somebody from CTF-115 shows up with some facts challenging Kerry's Vietnam record. I know in my gut it's wildy inflated.