Friday, June 02, 2006


My bullshit meter just pegged out

Little Green Footballs is always a good source on the doings of the lunatic fringe. This post shows that the September 11th conspiracy crazies are still crawling around bitching about a "media blackout". Apparently, the idea that _____

A. They're full of shit.
B. Making up their facts.
C. Creating a cover for other agendas.
D. Raving lunatics.
E. All of the above.

hasn't quite sunk in yet.

This ground has been covered over and over. None, repeat, none of their so called facts check out. There was no stand down, no advance knowledge, and no, there were no explosives planted in the towers.

I tire of retards, tire of lies, tire of them getting shown anything but the door.

Leave, go elsewhere, I'm sure you can find a nice little neo-nazi state to live in somewhere on the planet. Just fucking go.

We're in a war for survival with islamic fascists and suffering these idiots is no longer amusing. If they hate being ignored then they should just pack.

no one will miss them.


This link should be helpful to those who wonder about the "facts" qouted by afore mentioned shitheads.


learning hard lessons

Real pain can alone cure us of imaginary ills. We feel a thousand miseries till we are lucky enough to feel misery. ~Samuel Taylor Coleridge

I put a new sub heading up, a qoute I found. It's somewhat pretentious to believe that you will inevitably learn something, or become better through suffering. God knows it's the kind of trial anyone who had a choice would pass up. I don't know if I've really learned anything new, but maybe the second qoute above is more clear. I wouldn't use the word "lucky" however, that implies you should almost be greatful for that kind of lesson. I'm sorry, but no, greatful isn't what I would call it.

Resigned to it maybe.

"for then at last words of truth are drawn from the depths of his heart, and the mask is torn off"

There's truth in that, I don't have patience for mask's, nor any time for games. I say what I think, and too often what I'm feeling. No one dies from osteoarthritis and bad discs, at least I don't think so, but you discover a certain amount of intolerance for things that waste your time.
For things that smell of pretense.

Anyway, I like the qoute.


price of war

There is no pride in this, no honor, certainly no pleasure, but innocent people die in wars. The only reason to pursue a war to it's conclusion is to stop an even greater loss of life from happening. Case in point, during the second world war,

Germany-2,350,000 civilian deaths
Russia-6,700,000 civilian deaths
Poland-5,300,000 civilian deaths

I list these three because the numbers are all above the million people killed mark. We can blame the Polish and Russian deaths on Hitler and Stalin, but our hands were involved in Germanies total. I point this out for a simple reason.

In the last war that was universally accepted as a just war, innocent people died, wether by accident, by intent, or any combination of events, they died none the less. No one, no one says that our troops were on a rampage, or that it was all on a quest by Roosevelt to enrich his fatcat friends, no one says that our men then were anything but liberaters. How many French died do you think during the house to house fighting in French cities? Do you think any died by American grenades and bullets? Of course it happened, and no serious student of history believes it didn't. So when something like this happens now, what are we to make of the screeching and protests of the collective left in the world?

The mere fact that we investigate at all speaks volumes about our integrity as a people, if it were all deliberate we wouldn't bother.

So then, my question is really pretty simple. What kind of father would accept armed insurgents into his families home? I'm not saying support them, but more clearly,

what kind of dad puts his children around a bullseye?

Then holds up the bodies for public display?

He put a battlefield in his own living room, and it's OUR fault that this was the result?

I have to wonder, if everytime a family died because a Hitler youth fired a rocket at an Allied armoured column from the family cottage, would these same protests be heard from the current groups? I doubt it, but then, they had Stalin to protect, now didn't they?

So then it's all politics after all isn't it?

Which brings to mind another question, if Iraq had been a threat to Cuba do ya think they would support the war then? The glorious workers paradise where everything is all sunshine and sweetness?

I think we already know the answer to that.

Thursday, June 01, 2006


I wonder?

Democrats are big on passing laws over hate crimes, as if murder and assault weren't already serious enough a criminal act. Does this qualify as hate speech? Or is saying someone should be killed for his politics an ok method of displaying your opposition? Imagine the shock and horror, the calls for resignations if say,... oh Tony Snow had said something like this about a certifiable nutjob like Castro's best buddy Conyers?

The apology is all well and good, but decent democrats should ask themselves,

what kind of asylum are they running when a highly placed public official from their party can feel comfortable saying something like this when he's among friends?

The fact that it was off the cuff, an ad hoc remark is all the more damning. It offers a Fruedian glimpse into the emotions of a b level democrat. Kos tries to label us as haters, yet, here we see how they talk when they believe they have a friendly audience.

He who is without sin, cast the first stone?

I'd put that rock down if I were KOS, his brethren seem a bit mudstained for that kind of contest.


this speaks for itself

Michael Moore sued by Iraq war veteran

BOSTON (Reuters) - A U.S. war veteran who lost both arms in Iraq has sued Oscar-winning director Michael Moore for $85 million, saying television clips were used without his permission in the anti-war documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11" and gave a false impression that he opposed the war.

In "Fahrenheit 9/11", the footage of Damon follows a statement by Democratic Rep. Jim McDermott of Washington, who says of the Bush administration: "You know they say they're not leaving any veterans behind, but they're leaving all kinds of veterans behind."
"The work creates a substantially fictionalized and falsified implication as a wounded serviceman who was left behind," the complaint said.
Damon was "supported, financially and emotionally, by the active assistance of the president, the United States and his family, friends, acquaintances and community," it added.
Damon has learned to use his artificial arms with the help of military personnel. Veterans groups have helped to build his family a home in Middleboro, Massachusetts.

As I said, it speaks for itself, and shows again that Moore is a sleazy oppurtunist with the moral fiber of a used car salesman. It shows too how easy it is for a conman to manipulate pictures and voice overs to show something 180 degrees opposite of it's reality. The left has it's very own minister of propaganda. The nazi's used it to try and win a war of conquest, while our lunatic left uses it to try to surrender to one,

how proud they must be.


Wednesday, May 31, 2006


sigh, I guess he escaped from under his rock again.

Al Gore has made his sharpest attack yet on the George Bush presidency, describing the current US administration as "a renegade band of rightwing extremists".

this from a guy who gets his views on the enviroment from watching Captain Planet reruns.

FIFTEEN YEARS AFTER a failed book meant to scare the public and demonize American companies for wreaking environmental havoc, former Vice President Al Gore has now attempted the same feat with a movie ominously called “An Inconvenient Truth.” It’s worth asking, what is the truth and to whom is it inconvenient?

I tire of leftwing clowns describing any disagreement with them as being "extreme", especially since their chicken little dance is growing old. They deliberately mis-state the science, deliberately lie about a broad consensus, and do their best to tar and feather anyone who calls them the patent medicine sellers that they are. Gore was, is and forever will be an ass. His "facts" change rather conviently depending on which party is in power, recall his hawkish stand on Iraq in 98?


Then read about it. Gore's principles of convience change as often as the weather he mentions. So if I were George, I'd wear an insult from Gore with pride. There's nothing so cleansing as to be called extreme by a crank.



Back up on broadband now. We finished the move, and I swear that I'll never lift any more refrigeraters ever again. I told the doctor I'd be doing it, with no other options. He's sympathetic, but suggests that I not do anything like it again. Advice that I'll take to heart.


I'll be posting again in the evenings when the kids are done with the PC.

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