Monday, June 27, 2005

Rove speech exposes fundamental split

They hate America, they always have. I've seen it for decades, first hand....This article illuminates their motives like none I've ever read before..................T
"One reason that the Democrats are squawking so much about Rove's attack on 'liberals' is that he has put the focus on a fundamental split in the Democratic Party -- a split among its politicians and its voters.

On the one hand, there are those who believe that this is a fundamentally good country and want to see success in Iraq. On the other hand, there are those who believe this is a fundamentally bad country and want more than anything else to see George W. Bush fail.

Those who do not think this split is real should consult the responses to pollster Scott Rasmussen's question last year. About two-thirds of Americans agreed that the United States is a fair and decent country. Virtually all Bush voters agreed. Kerry voters were split down the middle."

Now, Democrats want to make Guantanamo an issue when, according to Rasmussen, only 20 percent of Americans believe prisoners there are treated unfairly and only 14 percent believe that treatment is similar to Nazi tactics.

Durbin has now apologized, sort of. And Democrats are watching with glee as Bush's job approval stays stuck below 50 percent. But a party that happily allies itself with the likes of and many of whose leading members have lost the ability to distinguish between opposition to an incumbent administration and rooting for our nation's enemies has got serious problems. Especially when it is called on again, as it will be sooner or later, to govern.

Sunday, June 26, 2005

The rise of the disdainful Democrats

You will laugh until you are admitted to the emergency room! To be truly funny, an element of truth must be present, but when the tale is entirely truthful, and is only realized to be so at the end of the tale, well then, the hilarity ensues!........T

Senator Robert Byrd's previous occupation as a butcher never seems to come up when the press describes his history. It seems that mundane occupational histories of politicians matter only when they are Republicans. This is a method employed by the liberal media to demean Republicans, implicitly characterizing them as being made of "lesser stuff" and to disparage their intellectual abilities.

It may be a bit of a stretch, but the Democratic Party leadership looks more like the House of Lords and the Republican Party looks more like the House of Commons. Judging by its leadership, one of our political parties can legitimately claim the be the party of the common man and woman. And it isn't the Democrats.

Friday, June 24, 2005

The Master Speaks!

God Almighty, I wish our President spoke with this clarity! I have seethed and burned for 4 years at their treachery.......long may they serve in the minority............T

Karl Rove came to the heart of Manhattan last night to rhapsodize about the decline of liberalism in politics, saying Democrats responded weakly to Sept. 11 and had placed American troops in greater danger by criticizing their actions.
"Conservatives saw the savagery of 9/11 in the attacks and prepared for war; liberals saw the savagery of the 9/11 attacks and wanted to prepare indictments and offer therapy and understanding for our attackers," Mr. Rove, the senior political adviser to President Bush, said at a fund-raiser in Midtown for the Conservative Party of New York State.
Citing calls by progressive groups to respond carefully to the attacks, Mr. Rove said to the applause of several hundred audience members, "I don't know about you, but moderation and restraint is not what I felt when I watched the twin towers crumble to the ground, a side of the Pentagon destroyed, and almost 3,000 of our fellow citizens perish in flames and rubble."

Mr. Rove also said American armed forces overseas were in more jeopardy as a result of remarks last week by Senator Richard J. Durbin, Democrat of Illinois, who compared American mistreatment of detainees to the acts of "Nazis, Soviets in their gulags, or some mad regime - Pol Pot or others."
"Has there ever been a more revealing moment this year?" Mr. Rove asked. "Let me just put this in fairly simple terms: Al Jazeera now broadcasts the words of Senator Durbin to the Mideast, certainly putting our troops in greater danger. No more needs to be said about the motives of liberals."
Amen, brothers and sisters!..............T

Guantanamo Loses Five-Star Rating

She's Baaaackkkkk!.............T
"If you still have any doubts about whether closing Guantanamo is the right thing to do, Jimmy Carter recently cleared that up by demanding that it be closed. With any luck, he'll try to effect another one of those daring 'rescue' attempts. Here's a foolproof method for keeping America safe: Always do the exact 180-degree opposite of whatever Jimmy Carter says, as quickly as possible. (Instead of Guantanamo, how about we close down the Carter Center?) "

Monday, June 20, 2005

Liberal Losers Conduct a Fool's Hearing

It's still stunning to me to see how truly radical, extreme, and dishonest the democrats and the "main stream press" have become. Now more than ever, since the 2004 election, they have lost it.............T
Losers live in their parents’ basement and dream that they are just one hit song away from stardom.
Losers neglect their retirement savings and fantasize about the way they will live after they magically win the lottery.Losers weigh 431 pounds and wish -- through a month full of Twinkies and Diet Coke -- that someone someday will invent a miracle diet pill so that they can be pretty.
And this week, losers met in the basement of the Capitol building and sat behind little mismatched folding tables interviewing each other in an “unofficial investigative hearing” that they believe might allow them to retake power one day -- without them ever having to re-examine who they are, what they stand for, or why most Americans have decided that they and their fellow liberals are a just bunch of losers undeserving of further support.

Saturday, June 18, 2005

"Turban" Durbin

The Senator from Al-Queda strikes again!.....T
Turban Durbin Posted by Hello

K.F.C. or Popeyes?

Don't forget that Chicken TWICE A WEEK!...T
Club Gitmo Posted by Hello

Friday, June 17, 2005

Polls vs. Achievement, etc...

Amen brothers and sisters! These are not his fathers poll numbers. This man is changing the ingrained liberal power structure. He will, in the end, have made a Reaganesque contribution to America's future..............T
TO UNDERSTAND WHY President Bush is relatively unpopular, one only has to look to the case of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger of California. After his election in November 2003, Schwarzenegger experienced a political honeymoon. He governed mostly by compromise and without pushing for sweeping change. And his popularity, measured by how people feel about his performance as governor, soared. That lasted for more than a year. Now Schwarzenegger has gotten serious. He's called for a special election to limit government spending permanently, curb teacher tenure, and take redistricting out of the hands of the legislature, which is controlled by Democrats. His popularity has plummeted

Thursday, June 16, 2005

There's a whole lot of torture going on here! Thank God for Dick Durbin!.........T Posted by Hello

Tuesday, June 14, 2005

A Quiet Turning Point in Iraq?

"The Race to Stupid" ...oh my, be prepared to laugh until you cry! This is all self evident to me. Which explains why %60 of the population has no clue. Oh, and by the way...Hi Jim!..........................T
Such major mistakes by our enemy are even more important than they should be, because America – burdened by a media establishment that trumpets only our mistakes – is incompetent in the propaganda aspects of War. Even when right, we seem unable to demoralize foes and inspire allies. But we don’t have to inspire our own allies in Iraq. Our enemies have that covered. Consider just one recent example of how the Sunni Arab insurgents are making sure that fellow Iraqis get deadly serious in fighting them. This weekend, the insurgents tried –and failed – to kill the leader of Iraq’s special forces, General Rashid Flaiyeh – by mortar-bombing his mother’s funeral. Now I’m no psychologist, but I have to believe that Gen. Flaiyeh has a very short “To-Do” list for the upcoming decade or so