Thursday, May 04, 2006

Life in prison

Moussaoui gets life in prison. Couple of thoughts here.....

I would have preferred the death penalty. Apparently so would he. That alone makes a life sentence without possibility of parole worth looking at in a different light.

He'll be at Supermax, where he'll rot in a cramped cell with no contact other than the guards. No group of people to hang with, no mosque full of people to brag to, no weekly cribbage games where he can discuss what a badass he is. After a week of that, I'd probably go insane. I hope he does. And while being in constant isolation means that he probably won't get the anal gang-raping he so deserves, it will ensure that when he dies, he will die alone, a shell of his former self, a forgotten relic that was put aside and forgotten about except for the few people responsible to ensure that his body lived it's natural span. And there won't be groups of people protesting his execution, either. No media circus at Supermax, so hopefully he'll be off the airwaves permanently in a few days. Good.

I honestly think that the worst thing you can do to animals like Moussaoui is drop them in a hole and forget about them. They've prayed for a martyr's death. Deny it to them, and then forget about them.

Again, I would have preferred his execution. But I won't complain about what he got. He'll be removed from society and he will die alone in a concrete cell.

Good riddance to bad rubbish.

The Left Supports the Troops, v.2

OK, so I'm over at Protein Wisdom, checking out some hysterical leftist comments on a post he wrote. One commenter, Major John, remarked about the Leftist hue and cry with this:

Thanks for making that point, Jeff. I do get a bit peeved when I see the oddballs that comment here...Do they assume we in the United States Armed Forces cannot apply force with any sense of discrimination? We are damned careful about what we do - not that any credit is ever given by the beets, Robs, et al. It feels like the unspoken assumption is that we are butchers, barely held in check, and that people like you would slip our muzzles off so we could go drown the world in blood… Bah.

To which a Leftard named "Dave" responded:

I believe Jeff’s argument consists mostly of your desire, to some degree, to do so....

Now, this is the same half-brain idiot who, when reminded that he had not addressed the actual point of the post, responded:

There you go, again. Insult, insult, insult. You guys might make someone feel unwelcome if you keep that up.

So, for those who are keeping tabs, that one count of deliberately ignoring the arguemnt while wildly making strawman arguments, and one count of flat out admitting that they think the military is nothing but a group of bloodthirsty thugs who want to raze the Earth flat.

Tell me again how the Left supports the troops?

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Targeting the Labor Cartels

The Center for Union Facts

But, but, but.....

They were just pesticides!

Joseph Shahda has translated another Iraqi intelligence document, which appears to indicate that Iraq procured equipment to detect nerve gas in or about December 2000. This equipment is described as Â?prohibitedÂ? and as Â?similar to the required quality compared with the Russian equipments,Â? which are described as having Â?expired.Â? It appears that the equipment was tested in December 2000 and was found to detect Â?nerve agentsÂ? successfully. Which certainly seems to confirm that Iraq had some quantity of nerve gas as of early 2001.

Remember when we found traces of nerve gas in Iraq, and the Leftists were howling about how it was just "pesticides"? Yeah. Guess what pesticides are.....

Never agent, anyone? In fact, wasp and hornet sprays are actually two different nerve agents combined - one fast acting nerve aparalyzeparalize the bug, and another nerve agent to kill it once it's flat on it's back.

There's a reason you ain't supposed to use that stuff indoors, folks.

Go read Ace's post, and then try to answer his question:

And why exactly was Iraq attempting to detect nerve agents at all?

Hmmmm, gosh, it must be for peaceful purposes, right? Because we know Saddam would never actually use nerve agent on anyone, would he?

Tuesday, May 02, 2006


"Well, that day without illegal immigrants went pretty well. How about we try a year?"

The Corner on National Review Online


So the May Day boycotts are over, and the country is still standing. However, I think that you now have a few more people who are just a bit pissed off. And why shouldn't they be? As Michelle Malkin puts it, May 1st was A DAY TO HATE THE YANQUIS. And check out all the Che signs being waved at these rallies. "The Worker's Struggle Has No Borders"?

Oh, I think it does.

When a group of people sneak into this country illegally and then demand all kinds of crap, well, they can go straight to hell. Did they advocate for immigration reform? No. They advocated for amnesty without any constraints.

Hey Paco - fuck you. Let me tell you what you can do with your demands. You can take them and your illegal ass right back to where ever you came from and shove them where the sun don't shine. At this point I don't give a shit whether or not they "just want a better life" or "support their families". They broke the law. If I break the law I go to jail. If I break the law, I lose my job. If I break the law, I suffer the consequences. But I guess just because these people "just want a better life" we should all get over the fact that they're criminals?

Hell no!

And what gets to me is the fact that these people don't think they've done anything wrong! Check out the last line in this news story!

In San Francisco, Benita Olmedo pulled her 11-year-old daughter and 7-year-old son from school.

"I want my children to know their mother is not a criminal," said Olmedo, a nanny who came here illegally in 1986 from Mexico. "I want them to be as strong I am. This shows our strength."



To hell with giving them anything. The only thing we should give them is a swift kick in the ass right back across our southern border. Fuck these criminals and their demands. Fuck the people who give them jobs. And fuck Mexico for pushing all of their problems northwards. We need to build a damn wall RIGHT NOW! And when we can control our southern border, THEN we can deal with immigration reform. But any illegal aliens have lost whatever goodwill I had. It's gone.

Oh, and fuck our worthless government for not doing a damn thing about illegal immigration. Unless you count sitting on their collective thumbs as doing something. I hope the fence that the Minutemen are building shames those worthless goatfuckers on Capitol Hill into doing what needed to be done years ago.

What am I talking about? Politicians have no shame.

Hezbollah, Illegal Immigration, and the Next 9/11

Of course, the real issue with unfettered influx from Mexico is not Mexicans having jobs or using libraries. It's influx of Islamists. My program is fourfold:

a) secure the border. completely. pull four of every ten American soldiers out of England, Germany, and Japan and send them to Texas, Arizona, and California.

b) everyone in country must get a card by end of year. some of them can use their card to get in a union and help build the wall.

c) anyone who employs someone without a card, starting at end of year, gets fined. heavily. reward "whistleblowers".

d) invest in Mexico. we send $2 Billion a year to Egypt for heaven's sake. so long as there is a third world economy on our southern border, there will be people clamoring to leave it. Mexico is oil rich, sun rich, mineral rich, and worker rich. so why is nearly every product on WalMart's shelves from China, and none from Mexico?

On a related note...

...Tom Tancredo:

But if illegal aliens all took the day off and were truly invisible for one day, there would be some plusses along with the mild inconveniences.

Hospital emergency rooms across the southwest would have about 20-percent fewer patients, and there would be 183,000 fewer people in Colorado without health insurance.

OBGYN wards in Denver would have 24-percent fewer deliveries and Los Angeles’s maternity-ward deliveries would drop by 40 percent and maternity billings to Medi-Cal would drop by 66 percent.

Youth gangs would see their membership drop by 50 percent in many states, and in Phoenix, child-molestation cases would drop by 34 percent and auto theft by 40 percent.
Someone needs to clone this guy's spine and implant it into some squiggly worm Republicans.

Tom Tancredo on National Review Online


This guy ain't happy. Don't click the link if you're easily offended, because he's an equal opportunity offender.

So it is now with the wetbacks. What was totally off the radar two months ago now has normally docile Americans ready to lynch a damned person who can't produce a temporary visa. And all this talk of Aztlan. Lookit, my little brown brethren: California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, that shit is not reverting to you. Ever. You have, in your attempts to sway the discussion, managed to infuriate 75% of the populace here. I, for one, won't buy a Subway sandwich a fucking mestizo makes without they shows a green card. We let you in here, we tolerated you, now you have pissed us the fuck off. Real bad. Again, a real shame. But you must understand the average American is a working stiff themself, and struggling to make ends meet. Why should you get a pass on paying income taxes, whilst leeching our welfare state? And all the while sending your filthy lucre back to Little Mexico? Fuck you!

Oh, shit!!!! This was supposed to be about May Poles. Man, I got real diverted there. Thank God I have more bloodlines running through me than a Josef Mengele experiment run amok.

Monday, May 01, 2006

Linky Love

The Other Side of Kim: "United 93"

Some people in the media seem to be asking the question about United 93, the movie about 9/11, whether it’s “too soon” to make such a thing.

Here’s my response.

Of course it’s not too soon. This is a story which needs to be told: a story of heroism, of bravery, and of plain resistance to the forces of terrorism. Hell, we were making movies about WWII heroism during WWII, and no one wanted to know whether it was “too soon” then.

Here’s my take on the issue.

I suspect that other than the very few people who may be protective about the feelings of the families of the fallen heroes of UA 93, most of the people who are opposing this movie are people with an agenda: and it’s an anti-war agenda.

Think about it: once anger and grief have faded from the shock, loss and trauma of 9/11, it becomes so much easier to regard the war against terrorism as just another law-and-order problem, instead of as the warfare that it actually is. Once the war becomes a crime, you see, we can stop spending so much time talking about it, worrying about it, and the rationale for ditching the Iraqis in the soup (aka. bringing the troops home) becomes so much more palatable.

Well, I call bullsh*t on that.

My question to every leftist whining and sniveling about how a movie about United flight 93 is "too soon" (and by and large, it is Leftists doing the complaining) is this: Where the hell were you when Micheal Moore made F9/11? I'll tell you where you were - you were pounding your fists on your cheetos-and-semen crusted keyboards, yelling about how Bush was evil and how the Fat Fuck from Flint was gonna prove it, that's where. Making a movie about September 11th wasn't too damn soon when it fit your corrupt political goals, so you were just fine with it. But make a movie that actually brings to mind the events of that horrible day, and you're seething and whining like the petulant spoiled brats you are.

So piss off, and shove your temper tantrums up your ass sideways, because I'm calling bullshit on you. Deal with it.

Glen Dean: Gas Taxes

The five year average that oil companies make per gallon of gas is around 6 cents. With the surge in prices over the last year, they are now making about 9 cents per gallon. Government takes about 45.9 cents per gallon. The federal government alone takes 18.4 cents per gallon. So you claim you are being gouged, you are right. You are being gouged, but not by the oil companies, by the government.

Government and eco-freaks are the reason gas prices are so high. They are the reason gas prices will remain high. Until America faces that fact, we are going to pay more at the pump.

It really is that simple.

Bleeding Brain: Socialized Health Care (and this one scares the shit out of me!)

The family of a 57-year-old Meath Park woman says it will take at least three months before their mother gets to see a Saskatchewan oncologist who can tell her if her cancer is treatable or fatal.

And while Health Minister Len Taylor says three months is too long to wait, he offered little Wednesday to indicate wait times to see cancer specialists in this province will soon be getting shorter.

Emily Morley has already waited a month to see an oncologist since receiving her biopsy results that identified her secondary cancer, but were inconclusive in determining the primary source. Until that primary source is identified, her treatment cannot begin.

And even though the cancer is now in Morley's lungs, liver, pancreas and spine, the Saskatoon Cancer Clinic has advised her it will still take at least three months to see an oncologist.

This after several weeks of diagnostic wait times piling up. However, the Health Minister has assured the family that as soon as they find some oncologists, those lists will shorten!

If you want a lower life expectancy, shitty healthcare, and lack of healthcare providers, just go to a socialized healthcare system. Or "single payer system", which is just another way of saying "commie clusterfuck healthcare". Look at what socialized healthcare has done in Britain, Canada, and every other country it's been tried in. The results aren't pretty. Government control of healthcare should scare the living hell out of anyone with half a brain. Emily Morely is a dead woman, she just hasn't stopped breathing yet. And she's going to die because a socialized healthcare system cannot provide the medicine she needs, even though her disease has been diagnosed and they know what the cure is!

Think about that. Mrs. Morely will die because of socialized healthcare.

Let me repeat that. Mrs. Morely is going to die because of socialized healthcare.


Now tell me how you would feel if Mrs. Morely were your wife or mother.

Geek with a .45: John McCain Decides He Doesn't Want To Be President, Shoots Self In Head...

"He [Michael Graham] also mentioned my abridgement of First Amendment rights, i.e. talking about campaign finance reform....I know that money corrupts....I would rather have a clean government than one where quote First Amendment rights are being respected, that has become corrupt. If I had my choice, I'd rather have the clean government."

John McCain

We already know that McCain doesn't give a flying fuck about the 1st Amendment (See: McCain-Fiengold) but it's nice to hear him come out and admit it.

And last but not least, Analog Kid has pissed off a typical Seattle Leftist. There ain't nothing the Leftist can do to him, so if you're in a mood, go poke at her with a stick and see if she tries to threaten you like she did to AK.

Liberals. Treat them like you would a common garden reptile.

Hey, they have the same morals of a garden snake, don't they?

More Proof

That the MSM can't be trusted. Ever.

Larry C. Johnson and Ray McGovern, to oft-quoted names, both defending Mary McCarthy, the CIA officer who was fired for leaking classified information.

Sweetness and Light has the lowdown on these two partisan hacks, and how the MSM won't give you their background.

Found via Cold Fury.

UPDATE: DANEgerus has more, including the photo for this post, which has the trio of Joeseph Wilson (lying liar who was busted for lying), Cindy Sheehan (Moonbat extrordinare, absolutely batshit crazy tool of the Democrats), and...... Ray McGovern. Now gosh, why would Ray McGovern be sitting with two truth-impaired tools of the Left?

Perhaps because.... he's a lying tool too? Hmmmmmmm......

Sunday, April 30, 2006

In the oven as we speak.

Seafood lasagna. Crab, scallops, and shrimp, with a cream sauce instead of tomato sauce, and lots of cheese.

Oh yeah, come to daddy! The miles I'll have to run tomorrow will be worth it tonight.