Thursday, June 30, 2005

Why is it When Liberals Lose They Blame Everyone But Themselves?

While reading the Washington Post, I came across an article that said: "Democrats Say 2004 Election System Failed in Ohio". I immediately became interested... My first thought was; no way the commies are pulling another "Florida" scam on us. Oh, but yes... Once again the Dems. Are nothing but sore losers!

Democratic Party officials claim that our election system is to blame for more Liberals not voting in Ohio. The system "frustrated" or "disenfranchised" voters - in particular African Americans, new registrants, younger voters and voters in places using touch-screen machines. Has it ever occurred to ONE SINGLE liberal that maybe it is YOUR PARTY that frustrates and disenfranchises voters??? Of course these statements were made by the one and only - Howard Dean... GOTTA LOVE HIM!!!

The DNC enumerated a series of "problems" on Election Day in Ohio: too few voting machines, long lines, ballot problems, intimidation, and trouble finding the voting place... This caused many voters to give up and go home. I am no expert in the voting process... But it seems logical to me, that this isn't the first election this has occurred. So why is this now a sudden problem? Oh, because the Dems lost yet another election - so they need something/someone to blame... I almost forgot! People are lazy and just give excuses of why they didn't want to vote that day - it's nothing new! The Dems. Also did a statistical analysis, that found a clear lack of confidence in the system among African Americans. NEWS FLASH! African Americans for the most part don't vote... It's not because of long lines, or too few voting machines. Anyone could have told the DNC that!!!

While the Dems. Concluded there was no evidence of fraud in the outcome, (aww... How sweet of them) they need to get over blaming everyone else for losing an election and start blaming themselves and their stupid voters! If the Dems voters can't wait in line like the rest of us, then they don't deserve those votes. Vote early - you have weeks to early vote if you don't want to wait in line!! If the Dems. Voters don't understand a touch screen or Florida Ballot then maybe they need to hold a "how to vote" class... Do something - just stop blaming US!

Thou Shall Not Commit Religion

To put the Supreme Court's recent ban on the Ten Commandments display in perspective, here is a small sampling of other speech that has been funded in whole or in part by taxpayers:

Graphic videos demonstrating how to put a condom on and pep talks by "Planned Parenthood educators." – sex education classes at public schools across the nation

Qurans distributed to aspiring terrorists at Guantanamo. – U.S. military

"If there was a better, more effective, or in fact any other way of visiting some penalty befitting their participation upon the little Eichmanns inhabiting the sterile sanctuary of the twin towers (than the attack of 9-11), I'd really be interested in hearing about it." – Ward Churchill, professor, University of Colorado

We need "a million more Mogadishus" (referring to the slaughter of 18 American soldiers during a peacekeeping mission in Somalia in 1993). – Nicholas De Genova, assistant professor, Columbia University

"The entire federal government – the Congress, the executive, the courts – is united behind a right-wing agenda for which George W. Bush believes he now has a mandate. That agenda includes the power of the state to force pregnant women to surrender control over their own lives ... If you like the Supreme Court that put George W. Bush in the White House, you will swoon over what's coming. And if you like God in government, get ready for the Rapture ..." – Bill Moyers' commentary on PBS' "Now"

"Kiss it." – governor of Arkansas to state employee

"For most Americans ... (war with Japan) was a war of vengeance. For most Japanese, it was a war to defend their unique culture against Western imperialism ... Some have argued that the United States would never have dropped the bomb on the Germans, because Americans were more reluctant to bomb 'white people' than Asians." – Smithsonian exhibit to commemorate the 50th anniversary of VJ Day, later modified due to protests

"Anglos consolidated their control of New Mexico, acquiring huge holdings from the original owners through fraud and manipulation." – Smithsonian exhibit

"Ignored were the less honorable aspects of California history – the profiteering, revolts against Mexican authority and Indian massacres." – Smithsonian exhibit, comment on the painting
"The Promised Land – The Grayson Family"

"This predominance of negative and violent views was a manifestation of Indian hating, a largely manufactured, calculated reversal of the basic facts of white encroachment and deceit." – Smithsonian exhibit

"In the Americas, sugar meant slavery." – Smithsonian exhibit
Close-up photos of women's vaginas plastered all over a portrait of the Virgin Mary (which the New York Times will still not mention when it describes the "art"). – Brooklyn Museum of Art
A photo of a woman breastfeeding an infant, titled "Jesus Sucks." – NEA-funded performance
A photo of a newborn infant with its mouth open titled to suggest the infant was available for oral sex. – NEA-funded performance

"F--- a Fetus" poster showing an unborn baby with the caption: "For all you folks who consider a fetus more valuable than a woman, have a fetus cook for you, have a fetus affair, go to a fetus' house to ease your sexual frustration." – NEA-funded performance
Performance of giant bloody tampons, satanic bunnies, three-foot feces and vibrators. – NEA-funded performance

A novel depicting the sexual molestation of a group of 10 children in a pedophile's garage, including acts of bestiality, with the children commenting on how much they enjoyed the pedophilia. – NEA-funded publisher

Christ submerged in a jar of urine. – NEA-funded exhibit

A female performer inserting a speculum into her vagina and inviting audience members on stage to view her cervix with a flashlight. – NEA-funded performance

A performance of large, sexually explicit props covered with Bibles performing a wide variety of sex acts and concluding with a mass Bible-burning. – NEA-funded performance (canceled by the venue in response to citizen protests)

A show titled "DEGENERATE WITH A CAPITAL D" featuring a display of the remains of the artist's own aborted baby. – NEA-funded exhibit

A play titled "Sincerity Forever," depicting Christ using obscenities and endorsing any and all types of sexual activities as consistent with biblical teaching. – NEA-funded exhibit

Essay describing then-New York Cardinal John O'Connor as a "fat cannibal from that house of walking swastikas up on Fifth Avenue." Also photographs of men performing oral sex, anal sex, oral-anal sex and masturbation. – NEA-funded exhibit

That's the America you live in! A country founded on a compact with God, forged from the idea that all men are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights is now a country where taxpayers can be forced to subsidize "artistic" exhibits of aborted fetuses. But don't start thinking about putting up a Ten Commandments display. That's offensive!

I don't want to hear any jabberwocky from the Court TV amateurs about "the establishment of religion." (1) A Ten Commandments monument does not establish a religion. (2) The First Amendment prohibits Congress from making any law "respecting" an establishment of religion – meaning Congress cannot make a law establishing a religion, nor can it make a law prohibiting the states from establishing a religion. We've been through this a million times.

Now the Supreme Court is itching to ban the Pledge of Allegiance because of its offensive reference to one nation "under God." (Perhaps that "God" stuff could be replaced with a vulgar sexual reference.) But with the court looking like a geriatric ward these days, they don't want to alarm Americans right before a battle over the next Supreme Court nominee. Be alarmed. This is what it's about.

---Ann Coulter

I understand the freedom of speech... I appreciate these freedoms and rights our country has given to us. But how can ANYONE read what is going on in this country and be proud? How can so many hateful, disturbing, disgusting acts be supported - and liberals cry because we want to ban flag burning, or hang our 10 commandments in courthouses? Doesn'tnon-partisan view... doesn't this just make you sick - both liberals and conservatives? I know that liberals call conservatives, crazy religious freaks and conservatives call liberals immoral jackasses... BUT is it possible to actually stop, take a look around, stop fighting for appalledde" and actually be appauled by these actions?

--- Anti-Liberali

Wednesday, June 29, 2005


I am disappointed with the Supreme Courts ruling about the 10 Commandments. Justice O'Connor waivers again! You can view the 10 commandments in 2 lights. The first being a religious view and the second a historical view.

God and faith are extremely important in everyday life... I could go on and on about the religious aspects of why the 10 commandments should be allowed into any building, the maker sees fit. However, I understand that this Country is not made up of only Christians... So lets look at the historical aspect of it.

This country was founded on Christianity. The immigrants and founding fathers created this country through Christianity, the bible and God. There is no way to get around this. We post the 10 Commandments in our Government buildings and Court houses because they symbolize what this very country believes in and was founded on. Just because 2% of this country doesn't believe in God, shouldn't mean that everyone else has to suffer for it. Fine you don't believe in God - great, we could care less, no one is trying to force you to believe in him. BUT don't try to re-write history and forget what this country was founded on.

Freedom of Speech and Belief should apply to EVERYONE. If you want to preach that God doesn't exist by all means do. But don't be hypocritical and deny us our freedom of speech and belief. The majority of this country is Christian, and this country was founded on those beliefs - so if you have a problem with the history of this country, and OUR freedom of speech - then leave!!!!!!!!

Last time I checked the 10 Commandments are included on a statue outside the Supreme Court building... And there might even be statues of them inside as well - Does this ruling make sense to anyone else???

Tuesday, June 28, 2005


What did everyone think of President Bush's speech last night?

I missed the live speech but I read it online, and it was impressive. It did clearly illustrate his plan for Iraq, what he wants to accomplish, the enemy we are facing, the great things that we have done for people of Iraq, the strength they will gain with our help, and it also helps American's remember why we are there in the first place.

If any of you missed the speech you can read it at:,2933,160969,00.html

Should Karl Rove Apologize?

HELL NO! Honestly, what in the world did he say that was SO bad, and untrue for that matter?

Rove, Bush's chief political adviser, said in a speech Wednesday that "liberals saw the savagery of the 9/11 attacks and wanted to prepare indictments and offer therapy and understanding for our attackers." Conservatives, he told the New York state Conservative Party just a few miles north of Ground Zero, "saw the savagery of 9/11 and the attacks and prepared for war."

First of all, he used the term liberals... Not specifically Democrats. So why are the Democrats up in arms? Unless they consider themselves liberals, which is news to most of this Nation! They try so hard to steer clear from any liberal identity, but for some reason the comment that Rove made pissed them off.

Second, it is common knowledge that almost all liberals do want some type of therapy for everything... Criminals, the answer to our problems, etc... So what he said isn't a lie. Clearly stated that they were against the war... Even in Afghanistan. They claimed right after 9/11 happened, it is the United States fault we were attacked, and that we basically got what we deserved. Now, I understand that most of you reading this might think that sounds crazy... Even the Democrats in Congress don't think that... Or do they? It has been pointed out that many of the Democrats - including Kerry this past election, have taken campaign money from How can they justify taking money from organizations such as that are clearly against the war on terror, yet freak out and go ballistic when Karl Rove claims that liberals are against the war, and unaffected by 9/11? Does this make any sense to anyone???

Should Karl Rove apologize? Should he resign? You know what I think....

Wednesday, June 22, 2005

Flag Burning Amendment

The House Wednesday approved a constitutional amendment that would give Congress the power to ban the desecration of the American Flag. The amendment must then be approved by a 2/3 majority in the Senate... And then to the States for ratification.

It is NOT surprising that the Democrats (of course) voted against this amendment while the Republicans voted for it. Now, can it be ANY MORE obvious which party is Patriotic, and which one loves America? If we EVER burnt a Koran in this country the Democrats would be up in arms!!

As I was listening to the Gary McNamara show yesterday he proposed a few questions:
What exactly are we fighting for here? Is this a violation of freedom of speech? At what point can we still respect our Country but not violate people's freedom of speech? What do you all think?

One thing ALL AMERICANS need to remember: If we as Americans don't love and respect OUR country - no one else will!!!

Democrats PISSED about Conservative Media! HA HA

Does anyone else find this funny? I was reading an article in the NY Times that claims the Dems want Kenneth Tomlinson, head of Public Broadcasting, fired because they are concerned that he is injecting partisan politics into public radio and television.

Last time I checked - ALL MEDIA IS LIBERAL EXCEPT FOR FOX NEWS!!! Maybe we as Republicans should look into firing all other network station heads, for injecting their immoral, valueless, liberal views into radio and television!!

Monday, June 20, 2005


So the Dems blocked Bolton's nomination today... And I don't think this is the last we will see of this. I know this wasn't a judicial nomination but I am sure it will forecast what is to come. The commies acted as if they would be slightly decent when dealing with Bush's judicial nominations and the filibuster. HA HA! Like that would last long! You KNOW that the guns are going to come out when Rehnquist retires and a war in Congress will begin. The one consistent thing about the Dems is that they never keep their word! It is going to be interesting to see what happens in the near future with Supreme Court nominations... As if I already didn't know!


I am just going to start a new post for our comments about the Presidential race in 2008. We all know Hillary WILL run in 2008. Do you even think she will get her party's nomination?
Let's just say she does... We are going to need a strong candidate and a strong party to beat her. Who do you think is best for the job? I know Giuliani is going to run... But I think he I too liberal for our party. As Republicans we need to stick to a more conservative candidate. Republicans vote Republican for a reason. We might not agree with every issue but it is better then the alternative. If we have a gay rights activist and pro-choice candidate up for election, there would be no difference between the left and right on those issues - and MOST Republicans are pro-life and against gay marriage. I think it will upset most Republicans and honestly I don't think he will get the nomination. I also don't think Condi is ready for President yet. She is an amazing woman and I hope she runs in the future... However, it was said by Ann Coulter that she needs to actually run for office first, and I agree. We need to stick to a pure conservative man at this point... And maybe a more moderate woman like Kay Bailey for VP. I personally like Lizzy Dole better though.. She is admired by most Republicans and not as in the middle as Kay Bailey.
So any good suggestions on who will make the best candidate in 2008? I was watching Foxnews the other night and they were interviewing a very conservative senator from Kansas. He mentioned he was interested in running for President... He might be someone we should look into! I don't think we should fall into the trap of picking someone who is "electable"... or someone who will gain the moderates and independents. I think this past election is the perfect example of why we shouldn't. The country was pretty much torn in half... GWB still WON though!! Why? The reason why people voted for GWB last year was because on his morals/values. If we can win such a tight election with not as much support as we are used to, then we can win all the time. We just cannot mess up it up, it is in our hands and for us to lose!!

Saturday, June 18, 2005


Yesterday the news reported that Kay Bailey Hutchison has decided not to run for Governor of Texas! (did anyone else hear this?) I don't know about all of you - but I am thankful for that! I personally like Rick Perry. He is a strong Christian man that stands up for the Republican Platform and backs the Bush Administration.
The last thing the Republican Party needs when gearing up for a BIG election in 2008 is a huge, expensive, mud slinging primary in the LARGEST Republican state - or anywhere for that matter. We need to keep things positive, and keep things conservative!
Rick Perry is a solid conservative who can run on what he stands for, his values, and what he has accomplished during his last term. He adamantly opposes tax increases. He was victorious over the budget crisis, [which nearly every Governor has experienced]. Texas had a $10 billion deficit. Perry is the ONLY Governor to have balanced the budget without raising taxes. In fact, in this session of the Texas State Legislature Governor Perry is tangling with some fellow Republicans, a few of whom want to raise taxes and revenues. The Governor's answer has been consistently NO. Perry is Pro-life, Pro-family, he led the passage of the Defense of Marriage Act, the Women's-Right-to-Know Law, and the Pre-Natal Protection Act. He also takes President Bush's position that one does not destroy potential human life in the name of scientific research (aka he is against stem cell research!)
Now I know that not every Republican is pro-life, or against stem cell research... Kay Bailey herself is not. I do admire Kay Baily Hutchison (as a matter of fact... I want her job!) BUT I think she should stay doing the job she is best at - which is in the U.S. Senate. Texans elected her to the senate and that is where she belongs. We need to keep the Republican Party strong at all levels, from the state, to congress, to the white house.... no fighting, no ousting fellow Republicans, no mud slinging!

Tuesday, June 14, 2005


Should the media be kicked out of Iraq? Hell ya it should be!! Why in the world do we need a bunch of negative left wing reporters snooping around places they shouldn't even be? If we believed everything the media told us, we would all think that Iraq was a huge mistake, all of the people of Iraq hate us, they don't appreciate anything we have done for them, and OUR soldiers are nothing but monsters. I think it is funny when a non-biased reporter actually goes to Iraq only to find that most of the people do actually appreciate and support us, they are just scared.
Everyone over there is scared... Can you actually blame one of our soldiers for killing an innocent person? Of course not. Yet if an American, God forbid kills an innocent person in Iraq they are slaughtered in the media. THIS IS WAR PEOPLE!!! Innocent people die.
I am tired of the human rights activists butting their nose into every detail of our foreign policy... "Don't injure the civilians" and "make sure if we capture the enemy to treat them humanely!" Of course, why wouldn't we treat them humanely? They only torture our soldiers/civilians for a few days before cutting their heads off and parading them through Iraq. We are not dealing with civilized people here!!!! We need to take a different approach and treat them the way we have been treated. I don't think our soldiers nor our government should have to watch their P's & Q's while at war. Torture the suckers to get information out of them, and if they keep beheading our people behead theirs until they stop! We have to stop playing nice and start acting like this is war! Innocent people are going to die during this war, they already have... We need to get the job done in Iraq - the sooner the better. The American Soldiers need to be able to do their job without constant badgering by the media and human rights groups. They need to be able to get in there, get the job done, and come home safely. NEWS FLASH PEOPLE:::: This isn't working the way things are now. We have 20-40 people dying daily in Iraq, all whom are innocent. Wouldn't it make more sense to cut out the slow but sure death toll that rises daily, and replace it with a couple of days worth of letting loose and our soldiers kicking some ass? I personally think more American soldiers' lives would be preserved... And that is what is important here! The media needs to come home and let our government and our soldiers take care of business. This war would end quickly and we could start rebuilding a more peaceful Iraq and have our soldiers home safe.
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