Sunday, September 27, 2009

Nude Photos Of Hannah Giles

I haven't been here in awhile - so many others say what I'm thinking, and no one reads this anyway.

But I can't pass up the opportunity to promote a rumor going around, that supporters of ACORN are looking for lewd photos of the babe that is bringing them down.

How very Liberal of them. Since she posed as a hooker, they ass u me there's a pic of her somewhere being nasty.

Lot's of luck with that ACORNites.

Monday, July 6, 2009


There's not much positive to write about these days.

Sarah decides to resign as governor and the left goes into full attack mode, so fearful are that she might be running for president.

It is shameful what America has done to that woman and her family. We know more about the birth and parentage of Trig Palin than we do of B-HO's nationality.

Where are the conservative voices, then ones that will drive the debate, the ones that will make the Liberals go into defense mode?

Sadly missing.

Conservatives are busy with jobs and businesses and the pursuit of happiness.

Liberals are busy with building political power, finding offense at innocuous slights, and outrage at government granted rights that are as easily created as they are denied.

The Republic is in jeopardy.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Global Warming


Friday, May 22, 2009

Memorial Day

From Cassie:

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On behalf of ACT for America staff and I , we honor you this Memorial Day
A note of thanks to our military
By Brigitte Gabriel

Words tremble on my lips and emotions swell in my heart in my attempt
to humbly thank you for all the things you do to protect America and
the world. Words cannot express my depth of gratitude to your service,
to your sacrifice, to all that you leave behind to go forth into the
world and protect America’s interests around the globe.

Let my grateful tears thank you for the nights you slept freezing in a
tent or sweating in the desert, for the lonely days you spent missing
your loved ones, for the hours you spent sick in pain and without
someone holding your hand, for the moments of sheer fright in the
heart of battle, for the wounds you have suffered fighting evil, for
the endless days in hospitals undergoing painful surgeries, for the
precious occasions you have missed back at home. For all of these
sacrifices I thank you on behalf of millions of Americans who are so
grateful for you. We truly appreciate these sacrifices.

A special thank-you is in order to your families, to the parents who
raised you and made you be the man or woman you are today. I thank
your wives, husbands, and your loved ones who stand by you and support
you with their love and dedication.

And for those who returned in eternal sleep, may your legacy be
honored for generations to come, may the tears shed over your coffins
fertilize the fields of patriotism in our nation to raise a new
generation built on strength and honor, able and willing to follow in
your footsteps when duty calls to defend America. May your blood not
have been shed in vain. May we prove worthy of your sacrifice. May we
always honor your parents so they will always know that they are the
parents of an American hero.

You are our brave ones, our heroes, and our national treasures. You
are the pride of our nation, our strength and our foundation. Thanks
to you, millions have been freed around the world. Thanks to you,
those who criticize our country, burn our precious flag, and speak ill
of you, are able to do so because their freedom is built upon your
blood and your sacrifice.

I salute you one and all. I bow before you in respect and humility.
May God bless you and bless America, land of the free and home of the
brave, and the dream that became my address.

Brigitte Gabriel

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

"Arrogant Americans"

From my friend Jo.

Arrogant Americans, Mr. President?
Peter Heck - Guest Columnist - 4/14/2009 7:50:00 AM
As I was sitting in church waiting for the start of the service, my
grandpa came walking towards me pointing his finger. No matter how old I
get, and no matter how long he’s been out of the U.S. Navy, that’s still an
intimidating sight. As he approached me, his voice quivered as he said, “We
saved that continent dare my president apologize for this
country’s arrogance.” My grandpa is right. Americans need not apologize to
the world for their arrogance; rather, Americans should apologize to their
forefathers for the arrogance of their president.
Barack Obama’s first foreign trip as President of the United 0A States has
confirmed the naiveté so many of us feared during the election cycle. But
worse than that, it has also demonstrated that our president suffers from
either a complete misunderstanding of our heritage and history, or an utter
contempt for it. Neither is excusable.
Garnering cheers from the French of all people, President Obama declared,
“In America, there is a failure to appreciate Europe’s leading role in the
world. Instead of celebrating your dynamic union and seeking to partner with
you to meet common challenges, there have been times where America has shown
arrogance and been dismissive, even derisive.” Consider that Obama spoke
these words just 500 miles from the beaches of Normandy, where the sand is
still stained with 65-year-old blood of “arrogant Americans.”
Indeed, columnist Mark Whittington observes, “One should remind Mr. Obama
and the Europeans how America has ‘shown arrogance’ by saving Europe from
itself innumerable times20in the 20th Century. World War I, World War II,
the Cold War, and the wars in the Balkans were largely resolved by American
blood, treasure, and leadership.” But all that appears lost on the president’s
seemingly insatiable quest to mend fences he imagines have been tarnished by
the bullish George W. Bush.
If Obama wishes to continue trampling the presidential tradition of
showing class to former office holders and publicly trash Bush for his own
personal gain, so be it. But all Americans should make clear that no man –
even if he is the president – will tarnish the legacy of those Americans who
have gone before us. Ours is not a history of arrogance. It is a history of
courage, self-sacrifice, and honor.
When abusive monarchs repressed the masses, Americans resisted and
overthrew them. When misguided policies led to the unjust oppression of
fellow citizens, Americans rebelled and overturned them. When millions of
impoverished and destitute wretches sought a new beginning, Americans threw
open the door and welcomed them. When imperial dictators were on the ma rch,
Americans surrendered their lives to stop them. When communist thugs
threatened world peace, Americans bled to defeat them. When an entire
continent was overwhelmed with famine and hunger, Americans gave of
themselves to sustain it. When terrorist madmen killed the innocent and
subjugated millions, Americans led the fight to topple them.
This is the legacy that generations of Americans have left. If President
Obama seeks stronger relations with the world community, perhaps he should
begin by reminding them of these very truths, rather than condemning his own
countrymen on foreign shores.
This “obsessive need to put down his own country,” has caused blogger
James Lewis to call President Obama a “stunningly ignorant man” who has
evidently never spoken to a concentration camp survivor, a Cuban refugee, a
boat person from Vietnam, a Soviet dissident, or a survivor of Mao’s purges.
Unfortunately, I can no longer bring20myself to give Mr. Obama that
benefit of the doubt. Not after looking at the pain in my grandpa’s eyes...a
man who still carries shrapnel in his body from his service to this country.
As a student and teacher of history, I recognize that America has made
mistakes...plenty of them, in fact. But one of the great things about our
people has been their courage and humility in admitting and correcting those
mistakes. God willing, they will prove that willingness again in four years
and correct the mistake that is the presidency of Barack Obama.

Friday, April 10, 2009


Got this from a friend. Whether the source is an actual person with a PhD is irrelevant, so spare me the Snopes commentaries.

The thoughts behind it are valid, no matter who came up with them.

Liberty Card


Wall Street Letter of Outrage
This letter was sent to the Wall Street Journal on August 8, 2008 by Alisa Wilson, Ph.D. Of Beverly Hills , CA . in response to the Wall Street Journal article titled "Where's The Outrage?" that appeared July 31,2008.
Really, I can tell you where the outrage is. The outrage is here, in this middle-aged, well-educated, upper-middle class woman. The outrage is here, but I have no representation, no voice. The outrage is here, but no one is listening for who am I?
I am not a billionaire like George Soros that can fund an entire political movement.
I am not a celebrity like Barbra Streisand that can garner the attention of the press to promote political candidates.
I am not a film maker like Michael Moore or Al Gore that can deliver misleading movies to the public.
The outrage is here, but unlike those with money or power, I don't know how to reach those who feel similarly in order to effect change.
Why am I outraged? I am outraged that my country, the United States of America , is in a state of moral and ethical decline. There is no right or wrong anymore, just what's fair.
Is it fair that millions of Americans who overreached and borrowed more than they could afford are now being bailed out by the government and lending institutions to stave off foreclosure? Why shouldn't these people be made to pay the consequences for their poor judgment?
When my husband and I purchased our home, we were careful to purchase only what we could afford. Believe me, there are much larger, much nicer homes that I would have loved to have purchased. But, taking responsibility for my behavior and my life, I went with the house that we could afford, not the house that we could not afford. The notion of personal responsibility has all but died in our country.
I am outraged, that the country that welcomed my mother as an immigrant from Hitler's Nazi Germany and required that she and her family learn English now allows itself to be overrun with illegal immigrants and worse, caters to those illegal immigrants.
I am outraged that my hard-earned taxes help support those here illegally. That the Los Angeles Public School District is in such disarray that I felt it incumbent to send my child to private school, that every time I go to the ATM, I see "do you want to continue in English or Spanish?", that every time I call the bank, the phone company , or similar business, I hear "press 1 for English or press 2 for Spanish". WHY? This is America , our common language is English and attempts to promote a bi- or multi-lingual society are sure to fail and to marginalize those who cannot communicate in English.
I am outraged at our country's weakness in the face of new threats on American traditions from Muslims. Just this week, Tyson's Food negotiated with its union to permit Muslims to have Eid-al-Fitr as a holiday instead of Labor Day. What am I missing? Yes, there is a large Somali Muslim population working at the Tyson's plant in Tennessee. Tennessee , last I checked, is still part of the United States. If Muslims want to live and work here they should be required to live and work by our American Laws and not impose their will on our long history.
In the same week, Random House announced that they had indefinitely delayed the publication of The Jewel of Medina, by Sherry Jones, a book about the life of Mohammed's wife, Aisha due to fear of retribution and violence by Muslims. When did we become a nation ruled by fear of what other immigrant groups want? It makes me so sad to see large corporations cave rather than stand proudly on the principles that built this country.
I am outraged because appeasement has never worked as a political policy, yet appeasing Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is exactly what we are trying to do. An excellent article, also published recently in the Wall Street Journal, went through over 20 years of history and why talking with Iran has been and will continue to be ineffective. Yet talk, with a madman no less, we continue to do. Have we so lost our moral compass and its ability to detect evil that we will not go in and destroy Iran's nuclear program? Would we rather wait for another Holocaust for the Jews - one which they would be unlikely to survive? When does it end?
As if the battle for good and evil isn't enough, now come the Environmentalists who are so afraid of global warming that they want to put a Bag tax on grocery bags in California; to eliminate Mylar balloons; to establish something as insidious as the recycle police in San Francisco. I do my share for the environment: I recycle, I use water wisely, I installed an energy efficient air conditioning unit. But when and where does the lunacy stop? Ahmadinejad wants to wipe Israel off the map, the California economy is being overrun by illegal immigrants, and the United States of America no longer knows right from wrong, good from evil. So what does California do? Tax grocery bags.
So, America , although I can tell you where the outrage is, this one middle-aged, well-educated, upper middle class woman is powerless to do anything about it. I don't even feel like my vote counts because I am so outnumbered by those who disagree with me.
Alisa Wilson, Ph.D. Beverly Hills , California

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

B-HO's record

Obama's Foreign Failures

By Ralph Peters
New York Post
Thursday, March 26, 2009

AMERICA'S enemies smell blood and it's type "O."

All new administrations stumble a bit as they seek their footing. But President Obama's foreign-policy botches have set new records for instant incompetence.

Contrary to left-wing myths, I wasn't a fan of the Bush administration. (I called for Donald Rumsfeld to get the boot in mid-2001.) But fair's fair. Despite his many faults, Bush sought to do good. Obama just wants to look good.

Vice President Dick Cheney was arrogant. Vice President Joe Biden is arrogant and stupid. Take your pick.

Don't worry about the new administration's ideology. Worry about its terrifying naivete.

Consider a sampling of the goofs O and his crew have made in just two months:

China: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (you know that gal married to the Saudi hireling) crawled to Beijing to tell the party bosses that human rights don't matter. Our "relationship" is more important than freedom and human dignity.

Beijing's response? A staged military confrontation with an unarmed US Navy vessel; continued screw-America currency cheating; a renewed crackdown on dissidents and, yesterday, a call for a new global currency to replace the dollar.

Thanks, Hill. You're a sweetheart.

Pakistan: With viral corruption throughout and Islamist fanatics sweeping half of its territory, Pakistan's coming apart. Its Dem-adored prez tries to ban opposition parties and gut the judiciary. It has nukes and seethes with hatred of America. And Islamabad controls our primary supply route into Afghanistan, using it as an extortion tool.

Obama's response? Billions in new aid for Pak pols to pocket. We'd be better off handing the money to AIG to pay out more bonuses.

Afghanistan: Obama's Vietnam. Am I the only American who remembers that candidate Obama had a plan to capture Osama bin Laden and fix our previous "mistakes" in Afghanistan? President Obama doesn't have a clue.

Iran: Obama tried to reach out, to talk. After all, talking got him to the White House. But America-bashing is what keeps Iran's leaders in office, it's their political essence. After 30 years of fierce hostility, hasn't anyone figured out that the senior mullahs need us as an enemy? Without the Great Satan America to blame, they'd have some real explaining to do to their homies. So O got the left-hand finger.

He wanted to chat with the Taliban, too. They told him he could stick it where the sun don't shine.

North Korea: Obama wanted a fresh start. North Korea's response? Threats of war with South Korea and the kidnapping of two American journalists. And the renewed pursuit of weapons of mass destruction, along with rocket tests.

Cuba: Obama would like to liberalize our relationship. The Castro boys told him to kiss off. They need an enemy, too. (Dear Mr. President: It's not always about us or how evil America is.)

Venezuela: Guess who else needs an enemy?

Mexico: The good news: Obama knows where it is on a map and recognizes that Mexico's government faces a narco-insurgency that threatens our country, too. His first action? Cave to the Teamsters, violate a lawful treaty on cross-border trucking, reignite fading anti-Americanism and undercut President Felipe Calderon.

Poland: Obama's stance on our bravest ally on the European continent? The Russians are more important than you are. He's sending the same message to Ukraine and Georgia.

Russia: Bolshie Biden, the commuting commissar, knows he's the man who can turn Russia into our best pal. After "Friend of Bill" Strobe Talbott tried and failed disastrously. And after poor W saw into Putin's soul, only to get his butt handed to him. "Uncle Joe" Biden has nothing to learn from past failures, though: He's got a re-set button.

Moscow's response to the Obama administration's bid for a new start? It threatens NATO members it once occupied and continues to back Iran's nuclear program. Plus, it bribes Kyrgystan to kick us off the critical-to-Afghanistan Manas airbase (then offers to help replace that supply lifeline, giving Russia a choke-hold on our troops).

Next, the Kremlin threatens massive re-armament and demands the abandonment of the dollar as the international reserve currency.

Obama's response? Push that re-set button again. And again.

At what point does naivete become cowardice?

As for our allies, Obama apparently needs them less than Bush did. O treated Britain's prime minister like the deputy Paraguayan veterinary inspector, and he blindsided the leaders of the Czech Republic, Poland, Mexico and Canada on issues ranging from missile defense to trade. But he'd like them to take the Gitmo terrorists off our hands, please.

The one bright spot thus far has been Iraq, where Obama quickly tossed aside his campaign promises. The O-man doesn't want to be on the blame-line for snatching defeat from the jaws of victory in Baghdad. And his supporters can throw all the tantrums they want. (Breaking news, folks: O's a professional pol, not the messiah . . . )

Apart from Iraq a success Sen. Obama did all he could to prevent his foreign policy's an instant wasteland. By comparison, the Carter administration is starting to look like a model of manly strength, courage and patriotism.