Tuesday, October 31, 2006

This is why I hate Chaffee

And how many of your contribution dollars to Republican committees have been wasted on this RINO?
More from Missouri

Claire McCaskill- a woman of the people for Missouri.
Study or else..

Get stuck in Iraq. Thank heaven he never made Commander in Chief.

Monday, October 30, 2006

Voter Fraud in Missouri

Kansas City officials say this is the most irresponsible and extensive voter registration abuse in Missouri in the twenty five years they have been on the job with the Kansas City Board of Elections.

Brazil Achieves Energy Independence

But it's not from their ethanol.

....Brazilian President Luiz Inacio "Lula" da Silva didn't celebrate the oil independence milestone out in an Amazon sugar field.

No, he smashed a champagne bottle on the spaceship-like deck of Brazil's vast P-50 oil rig in the Albacora Leste field in the deep blue Atlantic. Why? Brazil's oil independence had virtually nothing to do with its ethanol development. It came from drilling oil.

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Got your shot?

There isn't enough proof that flu vaccine is effective to support public programs advocating widespread use of flu shots,

At least that is the opinion of the British Medical Journal.

South Korea Responds to NoKo Nuclear Test

Making love, not war.

Friday, October 27, 2006

The Proposition Song

Short and seet summary of the California ballot initiatives.

Wednesday, October 25, 2006


Zucker does it again. What we can expect from a Democrat congress.

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

How Reagan Would Handle Islamism

From Brussells Journal a lesson about dealing with evil from Ronald Reagan.

In dealing with Islamism in the present day, we make the very error that Reagan eschewed with the Communists. We proceed from Islamist premises — namely, that Islam is inherently peaceful; that it is inherently sane; that it is inherently just; and that it is a welcome and benign participant in our post-modern public square.

Read the rest.

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Mexico is America's Enemy

John writes a letter to incumbants and challengers. Here is a sample.

The influx of illegal aliens is mostly from Mexico, a third world Socialist nation. Because of corruption, greed, and incompetence, Mexico is unable to feed, house, educate, and provide minimal health care to its citizens.

Rather than reforming the political and economic policies that make Mexico a failure, the elitist socialists there encourage their poor, uneducated peasants to migrate illegally to America.

They do so with the expectation that American wealth, provided by U.S.taxpayers, will be redistributed to the invading aliens who, in turn, will send billions of dollars back to Mexico each year.

Mexico's corrupt leaders also count on U.S. taxpayers to provide health care, education and other public services to millions of Mexican criminals that have been dumped illegally on the U.S. side of the border.

The rest here.

Don't you wish that politicians would face up to the truth here. Why is it that only the potbangers and kooks raise these issues.

What Can America learn from Bangladesh?

Ask Nobel Peace Prize winner MUHAMMAD YUNUS. He knows how to give a hand up.. not a hand out.

So at the risk of sounding presumptuous: What can the U.S. learn from Bangladesh about post-disaster economic recovery? Like many other countries, even Bangladeshis were quick with a handout after Katrina, giving the U.S. $1 million for the victims. But Americans might be surprised to learn that one of our most successful tools for rebuilding businesses is not government handouts, but rather, small loans packaged with practical business and social advice.

If, like me, you are sick of our government's policy of bailing out anyone and everyone when a disaster happens and hearing endless complaints from the recipients of these handouts for being too little, too late, you will find his suggestion appealing. Too bad our politicians wouldn't dream of handing out our money in a more responsible way.
Let me open a beer for you

Seems like overkill but when you need a beer, you use what you have.


Big Daddy Byrd brags about pork.

Monday, October 16, 2006


Duane says,

I want you to put the headphones on, close your eyes, maybe turn the lights out, and imagine the beautiful Rose Garden with a podium set up. Imagine President Hillary giving a press conference from this serene, historic backdrop, and have her sound like this.


This Just In From Londinistan

British Bag Ladies

Boycott Indonesia--Stop Murdering Christians Now!

Civil war is in the air in Indonesia. Christians are daily being slaughtered and the government does little to protect them. Two of our longtime blog-friends, Stan the Infidel and Big White Infidel, are furious over the treatment of Christians...

Dr Rusty urges action.

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Friday, October 13, 2006

Act Blue

Democrats must be losing hope, if this is how they rally the troops. The real President out of context and a lame impersonator acting stupid.

I never knew that there was a vast media filter keeping the Democrat story from the public. For more, venture into the fever swamp.

Campaign Fraud in Missouri

My home state of Missouri was solidly Democrat when I lived there. Now it tends Republican. The Democrats of my youth were not the 'cut and run', 'soft on crime' Democrate of today, e.g. Claire McCaskill.

They were Truman Democrats nursed on the mother's milk of the Pendergast machine. McCaskill must be in trouble because she is stooping to lies.....and amazingly enough the media caught her. The ad was pulled but you can still see it here.

Social Security's Incredible Shrinking Return

Will Franklin says,
Simply put, Social Security is an increasingly terrible investment for Americans of all income levels. Let's take a look at the rates of return for middle income Americans:

Check out the whole post.

Army Strong

There is strong
... and then there is ARMY Strong!

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Serpent's Tooth Gets Sharper

Lincoln Chaffee campaigns in Rhode Island as the anti-Bush.

... he reminds voters he was "the lone Republican vote against the war in Iraq...the deciding vote to protect clean air standards...for stem cell research" and the one who "stood up to the President on Iraq."

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Too Hot for the GOP

The David Zucker Albright Ad

Drudge reports that this paean to the diplomcy of Madeleine Albright is too hot to use. It is timely, however.

Friday, October 06, 2006

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Good Green Livin'

From the October issue of Wired:

Turns out, it's better to drink your latte out of a polystyrene cup than a paper one and forget the ceramic mug. A ceramic mug has an energy and pollution debt equal to 294 paper cups or 1,800 polystyrene cups.

Politically Correct Battle

The Mayor of Franklin Tennessee decrees that no Confederate Flags will be part of a commemeoration of the Battle of Franklin.

HT Instapundit

Monday, October 02, 2006

A Different Kind of Children's Book

Why Mommy is a Democrat brings to life the core values of the Democratic party in ways that young children will easily understand and thoroughly enjoy. Using plain and non-judgmental language, along with warm and whimsical illustrations, this colorful 28-page paperback depicts the Democratic principles of fairness, tolerance, peace, and concern for the well-being of others. It's a great way for parents to gently communicate their commitment to these principles and explain their support for the party.

Squirrelly, to be sure, but kids always need some new books.

Oh, and Daddy seems not to be involved. Perhaps he is a Republican or otherwise irrelevant. Jeff Emanuel has the details.

Sunday, October 01, 2006

FAQ Torture

I think I agree with Dean here.

1) Let’s get right to it. Do you support torture?

Let me say what I do support: When it comes to high value targets in the war on terror, wannabe evil-doers who possess or might possess important information, I support any measures necessary to extract that information.


15) How do you see the politics of this playing out?

The Democrats hate this issue.

Check out the rest.