Thursday, September 30, 2004

Something To Do

Go to this site.

Follow instructions.

That is all.

Thought for the Day

This has been an interesting month.

We witnessed people like Zell Miller and Ron Silver leaving a sinking ship while the vilest of rats doggedly remained aboard. We saw not one but two serious attempts by major media organizations to alter the outcome of our presidential election by deliberate acts of fraud. And Despocrat front groups, financed by ultra-rich garbage like George Soros, are being caught turning in fraudulent voter registration forms in preparation for an attempt to steal the election.

Oh, and Barbara Streisand is flipping out again.

Will the minor deity or deities responsible for causing Ms. Streisand to go mad please finish the job already?

Wednesday, September 29, 2004

A Draft Between The Ears

From Cox and Forkum:

Nobody personally I know on the political Right wants a revival of the draft.

Nobody in the Armed Forces that I knew, now or when I served in the early eighties, wanted a revival of the draft.

No one, and I mean NO ONE, that I was even remotely acquainted with, either a Drill Instructor or any other individual in a training position, wanted to waste their time and effort to attempt to train an unwilling and unmotivated conscript.


When I was in One Station Unit Training for Infantry (Alpha Company, Ninth Battalion, Second Infantry Training Brigade) at Fort Benning in the Spring of 1982, the Drill Sergeants, in their apparently infinite wisdom, let us trainees discuss the question of whether or not we wanted to see a revival of the draft.

The collective wisdom of the trainee grunts at the time was something to the effect of. "NO F**KING WAY!"

The deliberate placement of the unwilling and unmotivated conscript into a combat situation will further endanger our soldiers and will effectively aid our enemies in the accomplishment of their operational and strategic objectives.

Only a neo-communist piece of filth like Charles Rangel and his Despocratic comrades could take a measure that is only properly used in the direst of national emergencies and turn it into an act of treason.

Someone Else's Thought of the Day

"Freedom is nothing else but the chance to do better."

-- Camus

Hat tip to Kevin and Kell.

Tuesday, September 28, 2004

Uh, Huh...

The Weekly World News tells their readers how to determine if their wives are porn stars.

Of course it really helps if one is actually married first.

Moving Forward

Minnesota is in the Barely Bush column at Electoral Vote dot com.

Let's keep pushing.

Meanwhile In The Real World

In an another example of the Orwellian reversal that has become typical of DNC retoric the senior senator (and champion swimmer) from Massachusetts has declared that President Bush's strategy in the War on Terror has made us vulnerable to a nuclear terrorist strike. The apparent intent of this statement was to frighten us into voting for an individual whose actions in public life have in fact been consistently hostile to the continued existence of our republic and to Human Civilization in general.

On March 15th of this year I wrote:

If John Kerry is elected this November I am dead certain that we will see, possibly before the end of his first term, a glowing mushroom cloud rising over the shattered ruins of either New York City or Los Angeles, or both. A crude Hiroshima-yield uranium bomb should cause about half a million dead and wounded with each detonation. Should any liberal that I have the misfortune to be aquainted with voice a complaint about this I will simply repeat the immortal words of Mr. Frank O'Connor*:


Assuming of course that the other insane policies of the Despocrats -- such as trying to eradicate poverty by forcibly impoverishing the productive citizens, fighting violent crime by assaulting innocent people, etcetera, etcetera -- haven't already touched off a civil war, a record breaking terror attack like this should do the trick.

I still have over four thousand rounds of .308 ammunition that I bought during the Clinton administration.

I stand by what I wrote then.

*Ayn Rand was a bit stumped when she had to come up with a final message to the world for one of her major characters, her husband came up with this line off the top of his head.

Monday, September 27, 2004

A Question

Who wants to Invade France?

A Blast From The Past

Or a recycled post.

What's Wrong With This Statement?

From an interview with Comrade Kerry in Time magazine:

TIME: Obviously it's good that Saddam is out of power. Was bringing him down worth the cost?

KERRY: If there are no weapons of mass destruction— and we may yet find some—then this is a war that was fought on false pretenses, because that was the justification to the American people, to the Congress, to the world, and that was clearly the frame of my vote of consent. I said it as clearly as you can in my speech. I suggested that all the evils of Saddam Hussein alone were not a cause to go to war.

Ayn Rand once said that because dictatorships in general, and Soviet Union in particular, did not recognize and respect the rights of its subjects they could have no sovereign rights that would be recognized and respected by any free nation such as the United States. In her view, if I understood it correctly, the hunting season on dictatorships was always open.

But to those like John Kerry, who claim to be caring, compassionate, and progressive, it is somehow wrong to depose a despot who uses his political apparatus to subjugate, plunder, and murder his subjects. Kerry and his fellow party members claim to be “democrats” but are presently screaming bloody murder at the top of their lungs when a tyrant is toppled and replaced with a democratic government that answers to the citizen body of that nation.

What the hell is wrong with these people?

Even though they don’t care about the citizens of Iraq they do care about their own constituents, right?

Well I certainly don’t think so.

Remember the Strategic Defense Initiative? Kerry and his comrades in the Congress opposed it even though their party’s primary base of support lived in close proximity to the industrial, transportation and military sites that were targeted by the Strategic Rocket Forces of the Soviet Army. The logically and morally correct course of action for Kerry and his political comrades was to implement the full SDI program as soon as possible for the benefit of their constituents.

But they didn’t, did they?

In fact, not only did Kerry and fellow party members oppose SDI they also fought to stop other programs to upgrade the American armed forces. Many members of Kerry’s party, such as Ron Dellums of California, were also a party membership card short of being proper Communists and were reasonably expected to have welcomed the Soviet Army not as the band of barbarians that they historically were, but as “liberators of the proletariat,” etcetera, etcetera.

But at least Kerry and his party would put the money stripped from the defense budget to a compassionate use, right?

Oh really? Well I certainly don’t think so.

Establishing a common defense against barbarian states such as National Socialist Germany and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, as well as those despotic states that still exist, is a moral necessity. Anyone who refused to financially contribute to the common defense was a parasite and deserved to be dealt with as such. (As to active opponents of national defense, apart from those creatures who sexually molest children, I think there is no one more depraved or despicable than a politically active pacifist. But that’s a rant for another time.)

But Kerry and his political comrades not only attempted to loot the defense budget but they sought to levy progressively higher taxes on the more productive citizens in order to buy the votes of less productive and the outright non-producers. (I could go on about the ongoing corruption of the electorate but I want to keep this rant short.) Those, like Kerry and his political comrades, who rob Peter in order to pay off Paul, can usually count on the votes of Paul. However, this also has the effect of reducing Peter and his fellow productive citizens to the political status of cattle. Hominid livestock who are compelled to live in an enforced state of poverty but are expected to work as hard as before in order to support an ever growing class of parasites.

An example of the parasites that Kerry and his political comrades are funding with the tax monies taken from productive and rational citizens are the social agencies that actively and punitively interfere with the efforts of those citizens who try to raise their own children to be rational and productive adults. And if this wasn’t injury enough, at the same time tax monies are also being used to create the equivalent of an ecological niche for an irrational and destructive underclass that preys upon each other and on their social and moral betters.

Kerry and his political comrades call this compassion.

Well, if this is compassion, then I’d rather be an indifferent son-of-a-bitch.

But Kerry and his political comrades are using their legislative power to move society in a progressive direction, right?

No. Not only do I not think so, I truly believe that anyone who did think so would probably place a winning bid on a certain well-used suspension bridge between Brooklyn and Manhattan Island on ebay.

An intelligent reader should have noticed by now that I do not use the term “democrat” to describe John Kerry and his political comrades. I do not believe that they deserve to be called such.

The Democratic Political Tradition in Western Civilization began in the ancient Polis of Athens. In Athens the citizen body, the adult male members of the founding tribes, not made the laws of the polis but were also armed and were expected to enforce the laws of the polis and defend it against external aggressors. In adopting a more inclusive definition of the concept of citizen we could say that the American Republic has made verifiable progress.

But to John Kerry and his political comrades, progress consists of disarming the citizen body, of denying the rights of free citizens, and instead treating those rights as state granted privileges while imposing increasing restrictions on the acts of speech, peaceful assembly, association, commerce, and worship. The political state toward which Kerry and his political comrades, in both the Congress and the Courts, are propelling America is a form of despotism similar to that found in Communist states such as Cuba, North Korea, China, and Vietnam.

(And if you really want to have fun, try comparing the platform of Kerry’s party to the twenty-five point program of the National Socialist German Workers Party sans the aggressive military and race planks.)

Instead of being the party of democracy, Kerry and his political comrades are in fact the party of despotism. When they object to the overthrow of a foreign dictatorship, such as that of Saddam Hussein’s, they are simply showing that they care for and have compassion for their ideological kindred. If anything, the foundation of their political philosophy has not progressed beyond the moment when for the first time a wandering band of nomads came upon a community of farmers, and instead of learning to farm and settling down themselves, chose to subjugate the farmers and live off their labors.

Although the methods of predatory subjugation have improved over the millennia, John Kerry and his political comrades are in my view no more than stone age savages. They are hazards to us, our families, and our nation. And it's about time that they are dealt with as such.

Oh Boy!

Minnesota is in play!


Today's Sinfest

Monday, September 27, 2004:

Usually I respond to pollsters with a rude "PISS OFF!"

It's that simple...

Kids get it. Why not Rather?

Sunday, September 26, 2004

Hardly surprising...

Beldar points out that the NYT is wrong about Kerry's 1970 meeting with the Communist governments of Vietnam.

Daily Affirmations for the Inner Pirate


"If I must violently put down a mutiny today, it is not because I am a bad person or that I am not worthy of love; it is because my crew are a bunch of yellow-bellied, lily-livered sons-of-whores--and I am mean enough, ruthless enough, and dog gone it, people fear me."

Friday, September 24, 2004

Someone Else's Thoughts for the Day

Andrew B at Little Green Footballs has something to tell us:

I think this is the perfect time to tell a short story to all of you. I work in NYC. Sometime I park my car in this lot near my job. The man that works there is Nigerian. his name is Johnson. (that's his first name)

This is a true story...

So one day I brought my car to the lot and Johnson was there...

I said "Hello" to him.

He replied very warmly..."Hello, Mr. Andrew...Good to see you."

I said, "How are you Johnson...looks like a busy day eh?" (My attempt at

He said, "Oh yes,'s always busy in the mornings."

I asked him how his family was. He told me everything was fine.

I asked him, "Do you have family back in Nigeria?"

He said, "Yes...and no."

I said, "How do you mean yes and no?"

He said, "I have some family left there, but one that is not."

Confused at this point...I said, "What does that mean?"

He said his family fled the north from all the Muslims after HIS BROTHER WAS BEHEADED IN A CHURCH IN FRONT OF THE CONGREGATION. I was taken aback...what do you say to someone who has gone through so much pain and tragedy. I said to him, "I am so sorry. I sorry for your loss. I didn't know."

He said, "It's ok."

I said, "'s NOT OK..Your brother was a church of all places." I was on the verge of crying in front of this guy...who for about 2 years I exchange small chit chat here and there with and I NEVER KNEW THIS.

He said his family is now safe for now and that he was trying to save some money to get them to come to America.

Can you imagine? This is one of the nicest, warmest and most gentle people I have ever met in my life. He showed me the strength and TRUE character of Africans. I really hope his family is ok and that he will be able to bring his family to America.

I still think about what he said to me...and everytime I see him I shake his hand firmly to let him know I support him. He knows that there is someone out there that knows his pain. Sometimes I think about his story and I feel like crying. No one should EVER go through what Johnson has.

This was part of a discussion thread about how a mob of young muslims rioted after a Christian teacher had a normal teachers's response to finding a student reading something not related to the subject being taught in that class.

Unfortunately, the reading material that was seized and tossed to the floor of the classroom was the Koran.

A Message For The Bewildered

Anyone who states in public that Islam is a "religion of peace" is speaking out of ignorance or is deliberately lying.

I'm sorry that at the moment this includes President Bush.

If I Had Only Known

Tim Blair celebrated World Car-Free Day by driving 600 kilometers.


Religion of Peace?

Not according to Dr. Hurd:

And Islam is a religion of peace, right? Check out the picture to the left for a brief reminder of where such an approach to life ultimately and inevitably leads. Read the current news stories about the barbaric beheadings of innocents in Iraq and see what people do in the name of religion.

Here's the picture:

Thursday, September 23, 2004

How To Choose A Book

From Middle Age Maddness with a hat tip to Sharp As A Marble:

My 85 year old aunt sent me this puzzle and asked for my recommendation. I am having problems as te books seem on the surface, based upon the summary below, to be just alike. Wich one would you pick? "Titanic" or "My Life" by Bill Clinton?

Titanic: $29.99
Clinton: $29.99

Titanic: Over 3 hours to read
Clinton: Over 3 hours to read

Titanic: The story of Jack and Rose, their forbidden
love, and subsequent catastrophe
Clinton: The story of Bill and Monica, their forbidden love, and
subsequent catastrophe

Titanic: Jack is a starving artist
Clinton: Bill is a bullshit artist

Titanic: In one scene, Jack enjoys a good cigar
Clinton: Ditto for Bill

Titanic: During ordeal, Rose's dress gets ruined
Clinton: Ditto for Monica

Titanic: Jack teaches Rose to spit
Clinnton: Let's not go there

Titanic: Rose gets to keep her jewelry
Clinton: Monica's forced to return her gifts

Titanic: Rose remembers Jack for the rest of her life
Clinton: Clinton doesn't remember Jack

Titanic: Rose goes down on a vessel full of seamen
Clinton: Monica...ooh, let's not go there, either

Titanic: Jack surrenders to an icy death
Clinton: Bill goes home to Hilary...basically the same thing I have to rent or borrow a copy of TITANIC.

Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Leftism In Action

Another website is trashed by leftists.

So what else is new?

(Hat tip to John Ray at Dissecting Leftism)

So What Else Is New?

I was just over at Blogs For Bush, the donks are making noises about President Bush's alledged plan to reinstate the draft.

Only in reality it is their own plan to bring back the draft:

Looking first at Senate Bill 89, one can quickly and easily note that this bill was introduced on January 7, 2003 by Senator Fritz Hollings (D-South Carolina).

Now, looking at HR 163, one will note the names on the bill introduced the same day that Senator Hollings introduced SB 89: Representatives Charles Rangel (D-New York), Jim McDermott (D-Washington), John Conyers (D-Michigan), John Lewis (D-Georgia), Pete Stark (D-California) and Neil Abercrombie (D-Hawaii).

The purpose of which is to serve as a spanner in the works to sabotage operations against terrorists and terror sponsoring states.

It appears that only the Democratic Party could use the revival of conscription in wartime as a means of commiting treason.

Can I Say This Enough?

Once more, with feeling:

Mister Rather, what you and your associates tried to pull on us with the so-called Killian memos is somewhat like attempting to sell a forgery of the Mona Lisa, except that the forgery was done in crayon and depicts the subject wearing a set of Groucho Glasses.

Only this forgery was performed as a means of altering the outcome of a presidential election. And because "Government is Force" the fraud that you and your confederates had attempted would ultimately have deadly consequences for some innocent persons who would not have been otherwise effected.

And if that wasn't enough, the forging of federal documents is also a federal offense.

My advice to you Mister Rather, and any of the other perpetrators of this attempt to steal OUR election, is to find a lawyer and make on appointment to see the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York before someone else beats you to it.

Trust me on this. The Feds are not going to bring out the soft cushions or to fetch the comfy chair.

Just A Reminder



Going to Mom's house, back Thursday.

Update at 0725 CDT:

Started early, ran into thundershowers, turned back at Elk River, Minnesota.

Should have checked the Weather Channel...

Tuesday, September 21, 2004

Not Good Enough Dan

I will repeat my unsolicited advice for Dan Rather:

Dan, what you tried to pull on us with the so-called Killian memos is somewhat like attempting to sell a forgery of the Mona Lisa, except that the forgery was done in crayon and depicts the subject wearing a set of Groucho Glasses.

And if that wasn't enough, the forging of federal documents is also a federal offense.

My advice to you Danny Boy is to get thee to a lawyer and make on appointment to see the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York before someone else beats you to it.

Trust me. You don't want us to bring out the soft cushions or to fetch the comfy chair.


Monday, September 20, 2004

Advice For Dan Rather

Dan, what you tried to pull on us with the so-called Killian memos is somewhat like attempting to sell a forgery of the Mona Lisa, except that the forgery was done in crayon and depicts the subject wearing a set of Groucho Glasses.

And if that wasn't enough, the forging of federal documents is also a federal offense.

My advice to you Danny Boy is to get thee to an attorney and make on appointment to see the U.S. Attorney in whatever district of Manhattan you happen to live or work in.

Trust me. You'll be glad that you did.

Um, Okay...

Which Fantasy/SciFi Character Are You?

Jean-Luc Picard

An accomplished diplomat who can virtually do no wrong, you sometimes know it is best to rely on the council of others while holding the reins.

There are some words which I have known since I was a schoolboy. "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." These words were uttered by Judge Aaron Satie -- as a wisdom, and warning. The first time any man's freedom is trodden on, we're all damaged.

Jean-Luc is a character in the Star Trek universe. This The Next Generation fan site has an outline of his career.

Thought for the Day

Benedict Arnold only sold out to the British, apparently at the urging of the Tory (rhymes with runt) that he married.

John Kerry sold out to a political movement whose practitioners have snuffed out no less than one hundred million human lives.

Arnold committed treason for love and money.

What I want to know is what the hell did Kerry commit treason for?

Something Different

A lesson in stress managment from the Strategy Page.

Saturday, September 18, 2004

More Political Goonery

I just found this story linked at Blogs For Bush:

Politics in Gainesville turned rough and tumble Thursday night when, police say, a social behavior sciences instructor - a Democrat - punched the chairman of the Alachua County Republican Executive Committee in the face.

David Philip McCally, 55, of Gainesville faces misdemeanor battery and criminal mischief charges after he was accused of hitting both committee chairman Travis Horn, 32, and a life-sized, cardboard cutout of President George Bush.

The incident occurred at the Republican headquarters in downtown Gainesville at about 7:30 p.m.

A Class Act

I was just over at Blogs for Bush where I found the link to this:

If the picture of little 3-year-old Sophia Parlock crying after some Kerry-Edwards supporters tore up her Bush-Cheney poster got to you, well, you weren't the only one. President Bush and even first pup Barney were dismayed too, we hear. It happened at a West Virginia rally last week for Democratic running mate Sen. John Edwards, to which Phil Parlock brought his daughter. After seeing the picture of the tearful Sophia on her dad's shoulders, aides said the president was sending her a little note Friday along with a signed campaign poster and an autographed photo of the prez and his dog. "Dear Sophia," Bush penned, "Thank you for supporting my campaign. I understand someone tore up your sign. So I am sending you a new sign and a signed picture. Please give my best to your family. Sincerely, George W. Bush." And on the picture, he inked: "To Sophia, Best wishes from me and Barney." Phil Parlock tells us it really wasn't necessary. "He already said 'Thank you' when he hugged her" at a previous Bush rally they attended, he says. "She bragged for days."

I'm of the opinion that the Left pushes for a "classless society" because they have no class of their own.

Friday, September 17, 2004

General Staudt On Lieutenant Bush

ABC News interviewed retired Brigadier General Staudt:

During his time in charge of the unit, Staudt decided whether to accept those who applied for pilot training. He recalled Bush as a standout candidate.

"He was highly qualified," he said. "He passed all the scrutiny and tests he was given."

Staudt said he never tried to influence Killian or other Guardsmen, and added that he never came under any pressure himself to accept Bush. "No one called me about taking George Bush into the Air National Guard," he said. "It was my decision. I swore him in. I never heard anything from anybody."


President of painters union issues an apology:

The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades believes in the fundamental right for civil discourse, freedom of speech and activism to support our candidates and issues.

What happened in Huntington, West Virginia yesterday is an affront to everything we, as a union, pride ourselves to represent. We extend our apologies to the Parlock family, especially Sophia, for the distress one of our overzealous members caused them.

I have personally taken steps to address this issue internally, and will take immediate disciplinary action to the full extent allowed under U.S. Department of Labor regulations and the constitution of the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades.

It is my hope that this incident reminds all of our members that every last citizen in this country has the right to express his or herself freely. Not one single one of us has the right to tell them otherwise.

General President James A. Williams
The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades

Thank you.

Dealing With The Goons

In the dicsussion thread on this topic on the Right Wing News site some people wrote:

OT...I live in Philly, and I've seen up close the Union goons in action on election day. That's why I roll my eyes when the Dems start screaming about "disenfranchisement", when they are the masters of it.


I was in Center City on election day, and it was a mess. People running up and down the streets shouting at -- not to -- passers-by that they'd "better" vote Democratic. They were actually scaring people.

So how should we deal with Leftist brownshirt actions on election day?

The first obvious thought that came to mind was to go to the polls in a group. Bring cameras (stills and video). Split into two groups, one group to go into the polling place and the other group in overwatch mode with the cameras. When the first group finishes voting they will take the overwatch position while the other group votes. In the event of a confrontation with any Leftist brownshirts the photos and video get turned over to Fox News or the appropriate Federal agency.

That's my $ 0.02

Pattern of Behavior

Union goon rips up Bush/Cheney sign held by a three-year old girl.

That's the goon to the left.

Remember, we on the Right prefer to deal with other people on the basis of consent, the Left on the other hand believes theat we are no better than mindless animals, fit only to be controlled by force or fraud.

("Violence," muttered Les as he polished his AK-47, "I'll show them some f**king violence...")

(Originally posted at about 2030 CDT Thursday Night)

Update at 2237 CDT:

Captain Ed comments:

I also think that her father is an idiot for putting his daughter in that situation.

I think the father mistakenly assumed that he was living in a civilized christian nation.

The Left believes in force, if they had their way they would Gulag the lot of us. And if that didn't work, and it won't, there's always the unmarked ditch outside of town.

Update at 0130 CDT Friday:

The Washington Times has picked up the story.

Update at about 0220 CDT Friday:

The willfully inhumam filth at the Despotcratic Sewer are having a laugh about the incident:

...and to that I say:


Kids cry when they get punished, right? Well, what's the difference here - she got punished for being a proto-fascist! It takes a village to raise a child - especially when the dad's obviously not doing his job.

Well of course assaulting a three-year old girl would be a cause of amusment to the kind of antihuman filth who have no problem with running up a nine-digit bodycount for their ideological fantasy.

So what else is new?

A Bigger Problem

Hugh Hewitt is mystified by Viacom's behavior regarding the memoscam:

For reasons unfathomable to outsiders, the Board of Directors of Viacom is watching the brand value burn to the ground without lifting a finger to stop it. This isn't about a one week ratings fade. It is about setting free an entire generation of news viewers to sample other networks and develop new habits.

Uh Hugh, Viacom also owns the Star Trek franchise through it's Paramount Pictures subsidiary. They've allowed the franchise to rot under the control of Mssrs. Brannon and Braga to the point where production budgets and the number of episodes are now being cut and there is talk of letting Star Trek die or go into corporate hibernation.

The problem may be bigger than we all think.

Thursday, September 16, 2004

Yes, We're All Weird Up Here

Mr. Lileks on the Immaculate Deception:

Look. They’re fake. CBS screwed the pooch on this one. They pursued the story for years, and in the end they lost perspective, just as lousy pilots become disoriented in bad weather and think they’re flying level when they’re actually heading down at a 45 degree angle. Imagine if the GOP had spent three election cycles trying to impugn Kerry’s service, and finally came up with a Swift Boat Vet guy who said he saw Kerry shoot himself in the foot – and within a day it was revealed that the source spent the entire war in a supply depot in San Diego. End of the entire Magic-Hat / Xmas in Cambodia / V-for-valor/ rice-shrapnel story. The fruit of the poisoned tree, baked in a nice pie, smashed in the face of the accuser.

And he's still writing for the Star-Tribune?

He also has an interesting suggestion:


Ah. Much better.

Someone needs to do a Flash animation to that beat. Rather Rather Rather Rather Rather Rather Rather Rather Rather Rather Rather BURKETT! BURKETT! Rather Rather Rather Rather Rather Rather Rather Rather Rather Rather Rather FAAAKE! IT’S A FAKE! IT’S A FAAAAKE

You have the time? Put on your pajamas and get to it, the

Wednesday, September 15, 2004

Oh My God, There Is A God!

CBS says that the Killian memos are "Fake but accurate."

That's kind of like saying that a girl is "pregnant but virginal."

There can be only one entity in the universe could cause an object or person to be something and not something, A and Non-A, at the same time.


Yes, that one.

If the Killian memos are fake but are still accurate then only God could have created the memos.

In effect Mr. Rather and his comrades at CBS are acting as if us bloggers had committed an unholy act because they have presented us with the Immaculate Deception.

Rant of the Day

This was supposed to be the Thought for the Day but it grew and grew.

Let us suppose for the sake of argument that the Democratic-Media allegations against President Bush were true.

What if thirty-two years ago he really wasin fact a dissipated, substance abusing, slacker who used his family connections to enter and leave the Texas Air National Guard at his convenience?

So what? Even if the allegations were true then, those allegations are clearly not true now. President Bush has clearly demonstrated sober and rational leadership in the face of the worst horror inflicted upon America since the bombing of Pearl Harbor. He has shown us that he has learned from experience and that he has grown as a person and as a leader.

On the other hand, Mr. Kerry was in the past (at best) a posturing toad and appears to have remained so to this day.

So who do want in the White House for the next four years? A habitual poseur, or someone who has demonstrated that he has learned and grown from experience?

Now, as I was typing the first part of this rant another thought occurred to me. (No, it didn't hurt.)

The whining on the part of of Donks that the son of a fighter pilot had volunteered to be a fighter pilot instead of waiting to be drafted as a mere grunt makes as much sense as someone complaining about the son of a mounted knight training to become a mounted knight instead of waiting to drafted as a mere pikeman along with the rest of the peasants.

Which is to say that in my mind it makes no sense at all.

In Other News

Grover Norquist explains why re-electing President Bush is a good thing for America.

This also explains why the Donks are acting like Bush is Satan Incarnate.

So What Else Is New?

While we are watching our self-appointed Minister of Truth continue to babble in Newspeak (version 1.0) the candidate for the position of Big Brother prepares to negate the votes of thought-criminals who opposed him:

The Kerry-Edwards campaign is asking the Federal Election Commission (search) for guidance on how it could raise money to cover any recount costs, including whether it could use a legal compliance fund it is tapping to pay campaign lawyers and finance other legal and accounting costs. The FEC is expected to rule by the end of the month.

I think I need to buy a pistol in .45 ACP.

Tuesday, September 14, 2004

Deep Thought

How about this?


Tell me, doesn't that sound more credible?

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Someone Else's Thought For Today

Mr. Lileks said:

Side note: those who think we’re living in some incipient Fascist state should note the absence of Tillmanism in the culture today – no songs in his name, no movies played on 2000 screens at the state’s request, no statues, no grade-school drills where the kids are taught to recite his Exploits, no posters of the Fallen Hero in the bus shelters, no mentions in every other speech. Hitler would have gone to town with Pat Tillman. And renamed it Tillmansberg.

Mein Gott! I'm quoting Lileks!

Von Ribbentroff butts in and says, "He right you know."


And Some People Think That I'm Weird

A letter To NRO:

Underneathe the newly found Dead Sea Scrolls (and, oddly, an April 2002 edition of Maxim magazine) were Commandments 11-20. The full texts of what CBS News is calling "Ten Commandments II" will be reported on "60 Minutes II." Highlights include:

Commandment 14: Thou Shalt not question the frequency Kenneth.

Commandment 17: Nothing In the Pentateuch Shall be Considered an Endorsement of Tax Cuts.

Commandment 19: If My Messager Says "I've check enough sources to burn a wet mule" he is telling the Truth.

Some critics question the authenticity of the tablets. "The early Hebrews did not use formica," insisted Robert Roberts of the University of Texas.

"I would very much like to know how the Canaanites learned how to chisel such a small "th" after the "20th" commandment -- and why they didn't use that technology throughout the document," said another expert unwilling to give his name.

In a streetside interview, Dan Rather responded that such objections were coming from partisans, heretics and witches and that "they should all be burned alive, just like it says in the 13th Commandment."

Another letter to NRO:

A reader cc'd me on his letter:

Mr. Rather.

I have followed with interest your interest in historical documents, and wish to offer the following items for your consideration. They are available at a reasonable price to be negotiated later.

1. A 1972 e-mail reprimanding then Lt. George W. Bush for playing 'Halo' on his X-Box while on-duty.

2. A 1973 Excel Spreadsheet of Nixon's Enemies List.

3. John F. Kennedy's Viagra prescription from 1960.

4. Franklin Roosevelt's Segway.

5. A polaroid photograph from 1919 of Karl Marx playing Ms Pac-Man with Gertrude Stein.

6. Stonewall Jackson's rollerblades.

7. Abraham Lincoln's weblog. (Including his Flame War with Stephen Douglas. Truly, a historical treasure.)

8. Thomas Jefferson's Outlook calendar. (Entry for April 5, 1795: "Booty Call with Sally H.")

9. The PowerPoint slides used by Benjamin Franklin at the First Continental Congress.

1. Guttenberg's first LaserPrinter.

To confirm the authenticity of these items, I refer you to a Mrs. Umaji Kwanzaa-Ujabara, the wife of the former Finance Minister of Nigeria, and an expert in the verification of historical artifacts.

This gets funnier every day.

Sunday, September 12, 2004

60 Minutes: BUSTED!!

The Shockwave Flash file.

Some Questions

What the hell did the meanstream media (yes, that was deliberate) believe that the National Guard, the reserve components and the active forces deployed outside the Indochina Theater of Operations were doing during the Vietnam War? Had they ever heard of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics? The Soviet Army? If they did, were they aware that the Soviets had us grossly outnumbered and outgunned on the ground at a time when we didn't have the significant technological edge that we have today?

Why do they persist in degnigrating the service of veterans, like President Bush, who served outside of Vietnam?

Oh, Oh...

President Bush was a remorseless killer of helpless mailboxes.

God help us if he gets re-elected.



George Lucas has released a director's cut of THX 1138.

"For more enjoyment and greater efficiency consumption is being standardized."

The last time I saw it on a cable movie channel I was talking to a friend about it on the phone. At the time I couldn't put a name on the social order depicted in the film but my friend got it immediately.

"Communism," he said.

He was right of course. I couldn't get it right away because I was used to thinking of Communism as the dirty and grossly inefficient system that had actually been practiced in the Soviet Union, not the neat and sterile hive depicted in THX 1138.

Saturday, September 11, 2004

Flittering Thoughts That Are Somehow Related

The "warriors" of primitive cultures generally tend to put a great amount of effort into appearing ferocious. Warlike posturings through the use of huge feathered headdresses, demonic face and body painting, and loud howling and energetic dancing were intended to achieve victory through scaring off the opponent.

On the other hand the citizens of civilized states, having neither time nor patience for such bullshit, developed the tools and tactics for closing with their enemies and bringing about decisive victory through direct physical violence.

Now having foul memories of being hammered on the character issue during the Clinton administration, the Donks have decided that running on the character issue, is "the ticket" for this year. Their candidate thus proceeded to strike a pose as a hero of the Vietnam War, as if that were massively superior to flying a fighter-interceptor with a reputation for being a widowmaker and being on call to intercept Soviet bombers flying along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts out of Communist Cuba. (With only God, the flight crews, and the Soviet Politburo knowing if those bombers were carrying live nuclear weapons.)

Oh, and never mind the clear ability to lead already demonstrated by President Bush over the last three years.

While the Donks candidate for Vice President, having enriched himself at the expense of the doctors and patients of his home state, would fit in as a villain in Atlas Shrugged with minimal editing, the head of the ticket wouldn't fit in at all. No matter how foul and destructive one of Ayn Rand's villains could be, not one of them would fit the Constitutional definition of a traitor. (Unless you want to count the Reds in We The Living.)

But now CBS News, in their capacity of being a self-appointed Orwellian Ministry of Truth, has attempted to defame President Bush by presenting forged evidence of his being delinquent of duty while in the Texas Air National Guard. Even though the so-called evidence has been solidly shown to be recently generated forgeries, the "Amsoc" party and their media drones persist in striking the pose of virtue, declaring in effect that they are the sole arbiters of truth.

But as Ayn Rand once pointed out, reality cannot be faked. Self deception leads to self-defeat. And self deception, if persistently pursued, will ultimately bring about self-destruction.

Blast From The Past

The speech given by President George W. Bush on the evening on September 11, 2001:

Good evening. Today, our fellow citizens, our way of life, our very freedom came under attack in a series of deliberate and deadly terrorist acts. The victims were in airplanes or in their offices: secretaries, business men and women, military and federal workers, moms and dads, friends and neighbors.

Thousands of lives were suddenly ended by evil, despicable acts of terror.

The pictures of airplanes flying into buildings, fires burning, huge structures collapsing have filled us with disbelief, terrible sadness and a quiet, unyielding anger.

These acts of mass murder were intended to frighten our nation into chaos and retreat. But they have failed. Our country is strong. A great people has been moved to defend a great nation.

Terrorist attacks can shake the foundations of our biggest buildings, but they cannot touch the foundation of America. These acts shatter steel, but they cannot dent the steel of American resolve.

America was targeted for attack because we're the brightest beacon for freedom and opportunity in the world. And no one will keep that light from shining.

Today, our nation saw evil, the very worst of human nature, and we responded with the best of America, with the daring of our rescue workers, with the caring for strangers and neighbors who came to give blood and help in any way they could.

Immediately following the first attack, I implemented our government's emergency response plans. Our military is powerful, and it's prepared. Our emergency teams are working in New York City and Washington, D.C., to help with local rescue efforts.

Our first priority is to get help to those who have been injured and to take every precaution to protect our citizens at home and around the world from further attacks.

The functions of our government continue without interruption. Federal agencies in
Washington which had to be evacuated today are reopening for essential personnel
tonight and will be open for business tomorrow.

Our financial institutions remain strong, and the American economy will be open for
business as well.

The search is underway for those who are behind these evil acts.

I've directed the full resources for our intelligence and law enforcement communities to find those responsible and bring them to justice. We will make no distinction between the terrorists who committed these acts and those who harbor them.

I appreciate so very much the members of Congress who have joined me in strongly
condemning these attacks. And on behalf of the American people, I thank the many world leaders who have called to offer their condolences and assistance.

America and our friends and allies join with all those who want peace and security in the world and we stand together to win the war against terrorism.

Tonight I ask for your prayers for all those who grieve, for the children whose worlds have been shattered, for all whose sense of safety and security has been threatened. And I pray they will be comforted by a power greater than any of us spoken through the ages in Psalm 23: "Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil for you are with me."

This is a day when all Americans from every walk of life unite in our resolve for justice and peace. America has stood down enemies before, and we will do so this time.

None of us will ever forget this day, yet we go forward to defend freedom and all that is good and just in our world.

Thank you. Good night and God bless America.

Also check out David's Medienkritik for today.

Friday, September 10, 2004

Deep Thought

The Fat Lady hasn't sung yet but from across Boston Harbor you can hear, over the soft thumping of helicopter blades (Blackhawks are not as noisy as Hueys), the opening bars of The Ride of the Valkiries.

The Democrats Are Naked!

And Dan Rather and the Sixty Minute crew have some explaining to do.

John Podhoretz writes in the New York Post:

From the lies of Ben Barnes to the apparent forgeries of who-knows-who-did-it — why has "60 Minutes" exposed itself in this way?

We all know why. Its producers and others in the media think George Bush deserves to be beaten up now because of the beating administered to John Kerry in August. In some weird way, the editors and producers believe this is fairness at work.

Instead, they have unmasked themselves. Or rather, they have been unmasked by ordinary people who can see what they and their hired experts evidently could not.

It would appear that the Democrats and their media supporters are doing a live action version of The Emperor's New Clothes.

Someone tells Kerry that is would be good idea to strike a pose of superiority over President Bush by trupeting his service in Vietnam and the president's lack on same.

(Never mind all those Soviet bombers flying up and down the East Coast with only God and the Politburo knowing if the damned things were carrying live nuclear weapons.)

And the cloud of sycopants surrounding Kerry encourage him to strike the pose even though his publically recorded behavior after returning from Vietnam clearly resembles the Constitutional definition of a Traitor.

And if that wasn't enough, the socialist partisans who produce Sixty Minutes come into possession of documents purporting to show that President Bush had been AWOL from his Air National Guard unit. Now it is not surprising that the younger staffers who came to age in the era of word processors may have been fooled, but Dan Rather, who is old enough to have used a manual typewriter before I born, should have caught the forgery. Instead of sending the forgeries back to the DNC source for correction Rather went ahead used them as they were.

I strongly suspect that if John Kerry were to strip naked and walk down Pennsylvania Avenue, Dan Rather and the other mainstream media drones would proceed to describe the well tailored suit that Kerry is clearly not wearing.

A Couple of Footnotes

About the credibility of Dan Rather from Little Green Footballs:

A fellow posting as True German Ally wrote:

I was interviewed on TV by Dan Rather when the Berlin Wall fell. After a few minutes he asked me to speak in a "much heavier German accent" to sound more "authentic". I refused because I felt that was just plain silly (my English is almost accent free).

"Rather" telling, isn't it?

And Argentblue wrote:

I'm pretty sure that even CBS didn't have proportionally-spacing, automatically-superscripting, perfect-word-wrapping, super-duper-uber-typewriters in 1972-1973, which means that Dan Rather was likely banging things out on a fricking typewriter.

Obviously, the Dan Rather of today is a changeling left by aliens so naturally he would have no memories of fabric ribbons, monospaced fonts and Ko-Rec-Type.

Either that, or he's an idiot for not immediately recognizing just how UNLIKELY documents that looked like this in '72-'73 would be.

Absolutely. Freaking. Astounding. How stupid can CBS (and the rest of the MSM) be?

How stupid indeed?

Thursday, September 09, 2004

Smoking Word Processor

CBS News, in their infinite wisdom, has presented on their 60 Minutes II program a number of memos concerning President Bush's service in the Air National Guard.

This is part of one of those memos:

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The proportional spacing and the use of the superscript "th" indicate that this document was generated on a word processor. A technology that simply did not exist in 1973.

In comparison here is part of the travel orders, generated on a typewriter, that I was issued nine and a half years later.

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Even if a "charlie yankee alpha" memo was in fact created, it would look like it was generated on a manual typewriter, not on a word processor.

Freedom of Speech and of the Press is the right to speak and publish the truth, not a licence to commit a crime against the citizens of our republic.

Update, 1530 hours CDT, 10 Sep 04:

I've removed images and links to the documents on this posting.

I've been told that there has been 17,000 hits on this posting and that 3,700 people have downloaded my travel orders.

Is a place I can host images elsewhere?

Not A "No Go."

Here's the real story of President Bush's service in the National Guard:

The future president joined the Guard in May 1968. Almost immediately, he began an extended period of training. Six weeks of basic training. Fifty-three weeks of flight training. Twenty-one weeks of fighter-interceptor training.

That was 80 weeks to begin with, and there were other training periods thrown in as well. It was full-time work. By the time it was over, Bush had served nearly two years.

Not two years of weekends. Two years.

After training, Bush kept flying, racking up hundreds of hours in F-102 jets. As he did, he accumulated points toward his National Guard service requirements. At the time, guardsmen were required to accumulate a minimum of 50 points to meet their yearly obligation.

So how did his service turn out?

Then, at his request, he was given permission to go. Bush received an honorable discharge after serving five years, four months and five days of his original six-year commitment. By that time, however, he had accumulated enough points in each year to cover six years of service.

During his service, Bush received high marks as a pilot.

A 1970 evaluation said Bush “clearly stands out as a top notch fighter interceptor pilot” and was “a natural leader whom his contemporaries look to for leadership.”

A 1971 evaluation called Bush “an exceptionally fine young officer and pilot” who “continually flies intercept missions with the unit to increase his proficiency even further.” And a 1972 evaluation called Bush “an exceptional fighter interceptor pilot and officer.”

When I was in infantry basic training at Fort Benning in the Summer of 1992 the drill sergeants would mockingly call the guys going into the National Guard a bunch of "No Go's." As if they were somehow inferior to the guys going into the active and reserve components of the army.

I wouldn't call President Bush a "No Go."

I wouldn't call Michael Moore or any of the other perpetrator of the AWOL story a No Go either, that would be an undeserved compliment.

Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Ouch! That's gonna leave a mark!

Hugh Hewitt delivers this stinging comment:
"[T]he weakness of Kerry as a candidate is obvious from the fact that it has now been 38 days since Kerry sat down on camera with a major figure from American journalism for an in-depth interview that would be certain to bring up Kerry's whoppers about his Vietnam service. Kerry's still in the box he built from himself of fables of CIA men and hats and gun-running to Cambodia."

Found on Instapundit.

More media Bias

The Bear points out that NPR is squarely in the Kerry camp.

Would A Democrat Do This?

A state senator from Ohio gets called up:

Columbus Republican Steve Stivers, the commander of the Columbus-based 237th Personnel Services Batallion, leaves next month for a deployment in support of the war in Iraq.

He said security rules prevent him from providing more details or saying where he'll be based.

His unit keeps track of soldiers in the field, the awarding of medals and contact with families at home.

Stivers, 39, was appointed to the Senate in January 2003 and is running for election to the seat this November.

Stivers joined the Army National Guard 19 years ago.

He was eligible for a lawmaker's deferment but said he never considered not going.

"I always knew that mobilization was a possibility, and now the time has come," Stiver said.

I can't see a Democrat doing this. For that matter, are there any Democrat legislators in any National Guard or Reserve unit?

Anyone? Bueller?

Another sign that Kerry is desperate

The so-called "Bush AWOL" non-story is being hauled out again.
As CD Harris points out:
To repeat: This specious accusation has been debunked a dozen times over, so thoroughly that repeating it is dispositive proof that the speaker places partisan advantage over even the most elementary fidelity to truth-seeking and, therefore, does not deserve to be taken seriously. Yet the Left-Wing Opposition - from Michael Moore all the way up to their Presidential nominee - continues to repeat it, unchallenged by the "objective" press. So we will doubtless have to go on playing Whack-A-Mole with it until after 2 November. Mr. Bloyer's piece will be an invaluable resource in that effort.

Don't forget the second pilot who came forward to say he saw Bush in Alabama, or the retired Air Force General views on the Boston Globe article that misquoted him and started this non-story.

Terminally F**king Dumb

Some Islamdroids in Iran were ranting:

To bring this about, Abbasi said, "There are 29 sensitive sites in the U.S. and in the West. We have already spied on these sites and we know how we are going to attack them." This Revolutionary Guard officer continued by saying, "Iran's missiles are now ready to strike at Western targets, and as soon as the instructions arrive from Ali Khamenei, we will launch our missiles at their cities and installations."
I have no grounds to believe that the mullahcrats could build ICBM's with the resources available to them nor could I believe that they could acquire Soviet surplus missiles without someone finding out about it. (Except of course for members of our own mainstream media who would bury the story and blame President Bush when missiles are finally launched.)

But if those double-damned murderers would pull their noses out of their korans and actually pay attention to the real world and real history they might notice something. That attempts by culturally 'eastern' nations or empires, such as Persia and Carthage, to destroy or conquer western nations, such as Greece and Rome, not only fail but fail catastrophically. An attack with 29 fission bombs on the Anglosphere nations in general or the United States in particular would kill about fifteen million civilians and leave several hundred million really, really, really angry Anglo-Americans with a largely intact industrial base and the best trained and equipped armed forces on the planet to serve as the cadre for a more massive volunteer force. When the rubble in the Dar el Islam stops bouncing I would expect that the Anglosphere nations will effectively OWN the planet and that Islam will be a faith practiced only in Hell.

Say hello to the Imperium America.

Part the 'nose in the koran' problem that appears to plague the mullahcrats is that their belief that 29 nukes may be sufficient to shatter our civilization may be the result of being mentally stuck in the master/slave culture box. Some of the 29 nukes, which would have to be delivered by smugglers instead of missiles, will be used to decapitate our political leadership. This would briefly stun us, but it would not totally paralyze us as it would if we were a master/slave culture like the Islamic states.

As a citizen ruled republic we can replace our own political leadership from our own ranks in short order. Something that the islamdroids stuck in the koranic master/slave paradigm may not be able to understand.

And Washington is not a 'holy city' for us. Even though they could wreck Washington, President Bush, or his successor, will still be able to govern effectively from behind a folding card table in a tent in the middle of a Kansas wheat field.

Of course, I won't say which Kansas wheat field.

Tuesday, September 07, 2004

And Now For Something Completely Different

John Cleese now has a URL for his official website even though it's not officially open yet.

I will be ready with my own official opening hat for the official opening of Mr. Cleese's site.

Jesse DeGraff was kind enough to draw me in the role of Dennis Sterling (Lt. Commander, Imperial Navy (Retired), Lord Windhaven, the Guy with the Hat, Etc.) in the prototype Life with Ditzie comic strip.

No, I'm not going to explain the comic strip.

Someone Else's Thoughts

The Heartless Libertarian has something to say about the inhuman filth that commited the Beslan Massacre.

Go read it here.

So What Else Is New?

Matt Drudge is reporting that Comrade Botox is striking another empty pose:

This motherf***er is so focused on obtaining what he believes to the position of ultimate power that he will strike any pose, make any promise, and tell any lie in order to get elected. In doing so he has clearly demostrated that he is totally unfit assume the presidency or any other lesser position of political authority.

And I wouldn't put him in charge of a work detail to dig latrines either.

Meanwhile in Virginia

President Bush will make a return visit to Huntington and the Secret Service will take the lead role in the investigation of the shooting at the state GOP headquarters.

So What Else Is New?

While returning to the shop from a pizza delivery run in the late afternoon I used Godfrey Boulivard, a section of road that ran through the Minnehaha Falls park. Before me a woman wearing a huge sun-hat crossed my path, when she reached the pavement of the road she did not slow down nor did she turn her head to look for oncoming traffic.

There was enough space ahead of me to stop my truck.

No, I did not pause to ask if she was a Democrat.

I have C-SPAN on the device that my Mom used to call the idiot box, they're replaying Dubya's appearance at a campaign rally in Missouri. He spoke to and shook the hands of the folks there during a light rain without a coat or an umbrella.

I'll bet good money that Lurch wouldn't even try that without some obvious servant holding an umbrella over him.

Monday, September 06, 2004

Socialism Inaction

This is the health care system that Jean-Francois Kerrie, Hillarie Clintone, et. al., want to inflict on us:

Vancouver — The family of a 22-year old woman who died at a British Columbia hospital threatened legal action yesterday in an attempt to show that emergency-room staff failed to properly respond when an uncle rushed in, frantically asking for help.
Single mother Jessica Peace was in the back seat of the car when Jim Roberts pulled into the emergency driveway of Peace Arch Hospital in White Rock, outside Vancouver, two weeks ago. She had stopped breathing moments before.

Mr. Roberts asked for help. Hospital staff called 911 for paramedics to bring Ms. Peace into the hospital. "I believe if I had gotten help immediately when I pulled up, she would still be alive," he said yesterday.

Um, Okay...

The Johns are replaced on the ticket.

There are probably democrats out there who think like this...

Hello Motherland!

During the Second World War the Russian crews of towed anti-tank guns, who could not retreat and thus had to fight to the death, had the habit of painting the words "Goodbye Motherland" on the barrels of their weapons.

Vanderleun at the American Digest writes about one of the consequences of the Beslan Massacre:

"Rodina" -- the massing of Russians behind the nearly holy cause of protecting and defending "the motherland," is not a term any Russian politician would use today. It carries too many memories of Stalin and the Soviets. But the emotion behind it remains. And the echo of what the United States discovered about terrorism three years ago and what Russia has concluded yesterday is distinct. What it portends is even clearer. The Alliance is back.

The old Alliance of World War II's drive to destroy fascism is rising along with Rodina. The United States, Britain and its coalition. Now Russia. Others will come in their time and as they discover the terrible truth about this enemy on their own soil.

The enemy and those that harbor and support him would do well to look carefully at what is coming for them. The careful and caring Wilsonian policies of America are one thing. Russia is never quite so delicate or patient.

The last time the Alliance rose and moved as one to destroy not only the enemy, but the centers of the enemy's mass, the butcher's bill was terrible. The masters of terror now face a deadly dilemma -- how to achieve their goals and sustain their power without unleashing on themselves and their captive populations the one war the west does best: total war.
There have been three options for dealing with those who have pursued the Islamic fantasy of power and eternal glory.

First, surrender to them. Second, sort out the terrorists from the general muslim population ourselves. Or third, to follow the policy orginally devised by a prince of the Latin Church, which is described in our current vernacular as, "kill them all and let God sort 'em out."

Surrender was never an option, and while President Bush has expended American lives and treasure in the furtherance of the second option, the Beslan Massacre and the coming restoration of the Grand Alliance is bringing closer the day when genocide, third and final option, is carried out.

Since September 11 I have not believed we will be content with 'The Forever War.' I have always known that there would come to us or to our nuclear allies a single terrible day with a single terrible event. On that day our response would cease to be 'measured' and that we would then, each of us in our souls, and all of us as citizens, say simply "Enough."

With the rise of Rodina and the reformation of the Allies, that day has suddenly come much, much closer. It will be a day so terrible that it will give us all pause. It will be so terrible that God himself will pause.

Then, like Rodina, we will rise and go on with rebuilding the life we have taken back from the Masters of Terror. And they shall be ash.

Needless to say, before one can learn to live with one' self, one still has to live.

The Doctor Is In

Dr. Michael Hurd on President Clinton's recent hospitalization:

When push comes to shove, advocates of socialized systems always run to the capitalist systems (or semi-capitalist, in the case of the United States). This is because while they're wrong, they're not stupid. They believe in socialism, but not for themselves--just for the rest of us.

So what else is new?

Sunday, September 05, 2004

Do Guns cause crime?

Let us see...monitor the Smith & Wesson Cam.

A Scary Theory

The Heartless Libertarian has a possible theory about the latest Islamic atrocity in Russia:

Scarier theory: This was a rehearsal operation, run against live opposition, kind of like the Dieppe raid in WWII. The Russian security forces are tough and I wouldn't want to go up against them in a fight, but they suffer from the same lack of funds as the rest of the Russian military, so I probably wouldn't say they're the world's best. And some of the terrorists escaped-I'm theorizing that those who did were the leaders. So now they can AAR the operation, figure out what went right, and what went wrong, and use those lessons next time they or other terrorist groups/cells they may be connected to attempt a similar operation.

Who would be the likely target of another similar attack? I don't think they'd try it in Iraq, Afghanistan, or Pakistan-blowing up a bunch of Muslim schoolchildren wouldn't score them any PR points.Europe wouldn't be a bad guess, especially one of the nations that have supported America in Iraq and Afghanistan. But I'm going to guess right here in America. Most of the schools in my area prominently display their "Victim Disarmament Zone" signs outside their gates. And 1000 dead school kids would be really ugly right before the election.

It would be improper of me to wish that such an atrocity would be attempted in a state or city where strict "gun control" legislation was in force, or where the mugger-huggers have prevented (or in the case of Minnesota, rolled back throughn legal trickery) the enactment of legal concealed carry laws. But I would not be the slightest bit surprised if the most consistent followers of that child-raping and murderous false prophet were to attempt something like the Beslan Massacre in a hoplophobe controlled state or city.

A Suggestion

I sent the following E-mail to the head of the local (Minneapolis) Rocky Horror cast:

Can we have a new rule: leave the politics at the door.

I walked out tonight because some brat across the aisle started behaving as if he were at a "two minute hate" from 1984.

Dubya is not the living incarnation of Satan and he's fucking well is not Emmanuel Goldstein.

Granted, I've done my share of mocking Dubya and folks from the other party, but damn it we're here to have fun, things are getting ugly enough outside, let's not bring it inside.

Saturday, September 04, 2004

A What The (BLEEP) Moment

At about 1542 hours CDT while making my last pizza delivery run of the afternoon on West Seventh Street in St. Paul, I saw a green Volvo station wagon in the eastbound lane with a photograph of John Kerry mounted in the rear window as though it were a sacred icon.

I'm beginning to think that the Democrats are no longer a political party, they are becoming a goddamned cult.

What is Islam?

Islam, according to many of it's adherents, is peace.

But it is not the peace of rational people who respect the rights of each other, it is the peace of submission to the will of the barbarian. In this particular case the barbarian was an illiterate child-raping murderer who falsely claimed to speak for the creator and ruling consciousness of the universe.

In reality Islam is a fraud. It is a fraud perpetrated by the false prophet of a false god.

But Islam is also this:

Islam is death.

Islam is the death of reason, the death of innocence, and the death of humanity in general.

While President Bush has liberated two nations from their homicidal despots he has not and can not liberate those nations from the causes of despotism and death. Best result that can be achieved by American arms is give the inhabitants of those nations the chance to walk away from the false creed of the prophet of death.

Friday, September 03, 2004

More Details on the West Virginia Incident

From Powerline Blog:

A shot apparently was fired at the Republican Party headquarters in downtown Huntington while President Bush's speech accepting the GOP nomination for president was being televised.

No one was hurt in the 10:30 p.m. Thursday incident.

"We heard a pop. We realized it was a gunshot and we were kind of scared," said Gayle Adkins, a volunteer of Huntington.

Others said they didn't see anything except for some of the banners jumping as the bullet whizzed over their heads. Police could not locate where the bullet landed.

"It is pretty ridiculous someone would do this at a gathering that doesn't hurt anybody," said volunteer Amanda Beach of Huntington.

The shooting won't intimidate them, many said. "It has made us want to work harder," said Brendon Childers of Huntington.

No Surprise

Hardcore muslim stabs two women on a British street.

So what else is new?

Deep Thought

I would never question John Kerry's patriotism, or anything else that he doesn't have.

It's The Thought That Counts

A television station reports:

A shot was fired at the Republican Party headquarters in Huntington Thursday night, while two dozen supporters of George W. Bush watched him accept his party's nomination on television.

To the barbarian the greatest evil is the refusal to submit to his will. The left essentially believes that the proper way to deal others is by force or the credible threat of same.

Fortunately, most leftists are poseurs who prefer to have others do their dirty work.

For the moment.

Update at 0508 CDT:

Voter-Fraud Inquiries Lead to Death Threats

Sources tell 13 News a plot has been uncovered to kill the U.S. attorney prosecuting voter fraud cases in southern West Virginia.

Kasey Warner has spearheaded the cases against several people in Logan and Lincoln counties.

The sources say Warner and two of his brothers -- Republican gubernatorial candidate Monty Warner and state GOP chairman Kris Warner -- are the targets of these death threats.

Despite the dangers, federal agents say their will continue their investigations.

Let's see, what party routinely uses voter fraud to win elections?

Thursday, September 02, 2004

Why Fight?

The A.I. operated warship Polysyllabic Designation (a.k.a. Petey) explains why a free person should fight evil:

In other words, Petey reads Edmund Burke.

(No, as far as I know there really isn't a book titled "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Pirates."

Wednesday, September 01, 2004

Define Insanity

One way to define insanity is to say that it is the habit of treating as truth that which is demonstrably proven to be false without regard to the consequences.

Once again some loonies at the Despotic Underground are calling for an armed uprising in the event that President Bush is reelected.

Ok, lets say they steal it once again, but it's made to look farely with BBV. We all know Bush is unelectable, he was in 2000 and even more so now. He has lost a lot of his base and the Democrats base is more energized than ever. So if Bush wins, we know it wasnt fare, no matter what the media says otherwise. Do you all here believe that people are really going to just sit on their asses and let these people get away with it again? I certainly hope not. Malloy has said before he can picture a civil war started. Huge, I mean massive protests. Ill be there proudly if it happens. I've heard a lot of people say "I'll just stick it out another four years and work on 2008." or "Ill move to Canada." That's BS people and Im sick of it. I guess some of you fail to realize that if we let these devils get another four years. An election will be impossible to win for Dems in 2008. You think its hard now, just wait till the whole US has Diebold. Dont people get it, Bush wants a dictatorship. Im so frustrated. Im saying if Bush "wins", we need to step up by the masses and take our country back, and we need to start preparing for it now to be better safe than sorry

Let's see, the Despocrats routinely use the graveyard vote and abuse the absentee ballot, engage in brownshirt style thuggery in the streets, but when a Republican wins an election, well that's what they call cheating.

Despocrats in office have made every effort to disarm and bind the citizens of our Republic into a state of bondage and servitude, they openly worship and make pilgrimages to see the remaining llamas* of Marxist Communism like Fidel Castro and Kim Jong Il, and then they scream bloody murder when President Bush knocks over not one, but two dictatorships, and yet they accuse us, who refuse to bow to the false idols of Marx and Lenin, of attempting to create a dictatorship.

When these loonies do attempt an armed insurrection and you have laid the front post or the crosshairs of your sight on a marxist, please remember that your failure to pull the trigger and hit your target will result in you and your family being sent to a slave labor camp or lying dead in an unmarked ditch somewhere.

What are your questions on this block of instruction?

* All due apologies to the Dalai Llama or any other Buddist who may have been offended

Worst Case Scenario

Amos the Zionist Minion posted this on a thread about Russian nuclear site security at Little Green Footballs:

Actually, this is a very reasonable move. He only has to make sure none of the personell are, let us say, firm believers in the Religion of Peace (ever read Red Storm Rising?). That is, unless he wants the good people of Moscow to have a crispy black suntan.

I replied as follows:

Actually, what I would worry about at the present moment would be Soviet surplus nuke being detonated near the MSG while President Bush and Vice President Cheney are both on the platform.

This would not only decapitate our government but it would also kill off the GOP congressional membership, the state governors, and most of the state party leadership above the school board level. Only some highly energetic action on the part of the folks who weren't picked to attend the convention would allow whoever the president left in Washington to watch the shop (Rummy?) to step in as the GOP candidate and properly continue the war after the election.

Given the donks absolute lack of anything resembling class and their well documented lust for power I would first expect the two johns to take advantage of the decapitation of the GOP to win this election. (I won't go into details here, I don't want to vomit at this moment.) Second, I would expect the donks in Congress to attempt to use every dirty parlementary trick in the book (and maybe invent some new ones) to bump off Bush's lawful sucessor and seize absolute and permanent power for themselves.

If Osama (or his sucessor) had one nuke, setting it off at the climax of the RNC would probably be the worst blow they could inflict on us.

Ah-nold At The RNC

California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's speech at the RNC:

On the Soviet occupation of Austria:

When I was a boy, the Soviets occupied part of Austria. I saw their tanks in the streets. I saw communism with my own eyes. I remember the fear we had when we had to cross into the Soviet sector. Growing up, we were told, "Don't look the soldiers in the eye. Look straight ahead." It was a common belief that Soviet soldiers could take a man out of his own car and ship him off to the Soviet Union as slave labor.

My family didn't have a car — but one day we were in my uncle's car. It was near dark as we came to a Soviet checkpoint. I was a little boy, I wasn't an action hero back then, and I remember how scared I was that the soldiers would pull my father or my uncle out of the car and I'd never see him again. My family and so many others lived in fear of the Soviet boot. Today, the world no longer fears the Soviet Union and it is because of the United States of America!

On who is a Republican:

My fellow immigrants, my fellow Americans, how do you know if you are a Republican? I'll tell you how.

If you believe that government should be accountable to the people, not the people to the government...then you are a Republican! If you believe a person should be treated as an individual, not as a member of an interest group... then you are a Republican! If you believe your family knows how to spend your money better than the government does... then you are a Republican! If you believe our educational system should be held accountable for the progress of our children ... then you are a Republican! If you believe this country, not the United Nations, is the best hope of democracy in the world ... then you are a Republican! And, ladies and gentlemen ...if you believe we must be fierce and relentless and terminate terrorism ... then you are a Republican!

There is another way you can tell you're a Republican. You have faith in free enterprise, faith in the resourcefulness of the American people ... and faith in the U.S. economy. To those critics who are so pessimistic about our economy, I say: "Don't be economic girlie men!"

Read the whole thing here.