Archive for the 'Politics' Category

Democrats always looking to lay blame

Saturday, December 18th, 2004

This time, they are looking at Rumsfeld as the target. Democrats in Washington went for Rumsfeld’s throat today.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrats on Saturday said U.S. soldiers in Iraq lacked adequate body armor and plated vehicles because of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld’s flawed leadership.
I’m failing to see how Rumsfeld’s leadership is to blame for this. Furthermore, […]

Contact with Hamas? Yeah, right.

Tuesday, December 14th, 2004

The news from LGF (via Foggy Bottom and AFP) tonight is saying the exact same.
WASHINGTON (AFP) - The United States denied it had held contacts with Hamas as a leader of the radical Palestinian group has claimed.
“We don’t conduct business with designated terrorist organisations. Hamas is a designated terrorist organisation,” US State Department spokesman Richard […]

Kerik withdraws bid

Saturday, December 11th, 2004

America has lost a great nominee for the post at the DHS.
WASHINGTON — Bernard Kerik, the man tapped by President Bush to head the Department of Homeland Security, has withdrawn his name from consideration, saying he wants to avoid a political battle over the immigration status of his former housekeeper.
I am very completely thoroughly just […]

MoveOn.org: We want outsider

Friday, December 10th, 2004

Looks like MoveOn.org is finally starting to move on.
In a message to supporters, the liberal activist group MoveOn.org urged its members to contact their state party leaders and ask them to “support a chair who will represent all of us outside of the Washington beltway.”
They want a chair that will represent all of them outside […]

The UN

Sunday, December 5th, 2004

I have long said the UN is a worthless organization. With all the scandals it has somehow endured over the last 40 years, it is a miracle that the UN still even exists. History buffs will remember the first UN better as the League of Nations. The LoN was done away with because it really […]

Fake Bush arrest story

Thursday, December 2nd, 2004

A friend in IRC sent this story about Bush getting arrested. It is a fake, but it is almost convincing. I didn’t have much time to watch the news today at work so I honest thought I had missed something major. I read on.
I got down to the quotes and had to stop to read […]

Busy political day

Thursday, December 2nd, 2004

Today is a busy busy day in politics. President Bush has announced a couple of cabinet nominations and the US ambassador to the United Nations has resigned.
WASHINGTON - President Bush has chosen former New York police commissioner Bernard Kerik, who helped oversee the city’s response to the Sept. 11 attacks, to run the Department of […]

Ridge resigns

Wednesday, December 1st, 2004

Another caibnet official has turned in his post to President Bush tonight. Tom Ridge, the first head of the Department of Homeland Security, made famous the colored terrorist and homemade disaster kits. He was first appointed after September 11.
WASHINGTON - Tom Ridge, the nation’s first homeland security secretary, announced Tuesday that he is resigning after […]

Resignations

Monday, November 15th, 2004

Many of Bush’s Cabinet members have resigned since the election. I haven’t seen many, if any, claims from the left that they resigned because they were unhappy with the way things happened during the first term. I’m actually surprised I haven’t seen it.
The top secretary to resign so far is Secretary of State Powell who […]

Depressed Democrat II

Tuesday, November 9th, 2004

Slate has a series of articles written by depressed liberals detailing why Kerry lost the election. I haven’t read all of them, but of the few I have read two stuck out. In an earlier article, I talked about. Jane Smiley. William Saletan’s article is the topic for tonight.
Saletan’s article has a very light tone […]

Ashcroft, Evans Resign From Bush Cabinet

Tuesday, November 9th, 2004

Ashcroft and Evans have resigned. Begin the search for new secretaries! I am sure the nominees will have no problems getting the nod from Congress.

Depressed Democrat lashes out

Monday, November 8th, 2004

Slate has a series of articles written by depressed liberals detailing why Kerry lost the election. I haven’t read all of them, but of the few I have read two stuck out. Jane Smiley and William Saletan are the two in particular that I am talking about. This post will concentrate on Smiley.
My dad sent […]

More liberal lies

Monday, November 8th, 2004

A friend in a conservitive community had this story to tell us today.
Another interesting thing form the party I was at yesterday. The extremely leftist liberal whackoes were talking about food delivery. I mention that since I live pretty much in the country I only have two places that deliver (and one only started recently) […]

I’m Not Sorry

Saturday, November 6th, 2004

The liberals are angry that Bush won re-election and have taken it upon themselves to apologize on behalf of all Americans. Well, I’m not sorry. And neither are many Republicans. Here are our anti-apologies.

Would you like to add your anti-apology?
Basicly, don’t make the pic huge. 600×600 is a good size but can go over that […]

Sorry? I’m not!

Friday, November 5th, 2004

The poor liberals are so sad that Bush won. The real sad part is this. I have my own way of responding.

What happen to my election coverage?

Friday, November 5th, 2004

I wasn’t able to hit the early election coverage on Election Night because I was at the Marine Corps Ball and then wasn’t around the computer. It was a great election and as everyone is very well aware, Four More Years!
If you want some good coverage of what happen, check out my links to the […]

Update: Commigate

Thursday, October 28th, 2004

I haven’t seen or heard anything else at all about Commigate. This is just crazy. It could be because of the missing explosives and the rush to blame it on Bush. Anyone else seen this anywhere other than blogs?

Missing Explosives?

Thursday, October 28th, 2004

I’ve held off this story for a couple of days on purpose. With the claims that it makes, this could be a big deal in the next few months.
CBS and the NYT were holding onto a story that 380 tons of high explosives went missing from the Al Qaqaa region of Iraq in the weeks […]

Commigate the October surprise?

Tuesday, October 26th, 2004

There are reports with supporting documents that appear to be authentic stating John Kerry’s VVAW movement was highly influanced by the Communists.
It could be one of those too good to be true situations, but what if it isn’t? I’m not going to say if they are completely accurate until I can see some proof.

MISSION: IMPLAUSIBLE […]

Wanted!

Tuesday, October 26th, 2004

I need folks willing to team up with me for a “Coalition of the Willing Bloggers” on November 2nd. We’ll each take a different network/cable network and watch the coverage of the election live blog style. After the election, I’ll compile all of the live blogs into one big post (which could take a couple […]