Tuesday, November 30, 2004

Pat Sajak solves the puzzle...

Of the deafening silence from the Left on the murder of Theo van Gogh.

"There’s another possibility; one that seems crazy on the surface, but does provide an explanation for the silence, and is also in keeping with the political climate in Hollywood. Is it just possible that there are those who are reluctant to criticize an act of terror because that might somehow align them with President Bush, who stubbornly clings to the notion that these are evil people who need to be defeated? Could the level of hatred for this President be so great that some people are against anything he is for, and for anything he is against?"

Yes, Pat, it could. No 'Free Spin' needed, these people are morally 'Bankrupt'.

Tuesday, November 23, 2004

Now we know why everyone was upset we went into Iraq w/o the UN...

There won't be any good sex videos!

Monday, November 15, 2004


FALLUJAH, Iraq -- US forces dropped a pair of 2,000-pound bombs early yesterday morning on a bunker complex believed to be an insurgent training facility on the southern edge of this city, where the most dedicated and best trained rebel fighters are making a last stand.

The bombs shook the ground of the former insurgent stronghold and set off secondary explosions that went on for 45 minutes but could not be seen above ground, persuading officers of the Army's First Infantry Division that there were large stockpiles of weapons underground.


Friday, November 05, 2004

This gives me the chills....

from a Marine outside Fallujah...

"Once again, we are being asked by citizens who have fled the city to go in and take the city back. They are willing for us to literally rubble the place in order to kill the terrorists within. Don't get me wrong, there are still many inside the town that support the terrorists and we cannot expect to be thanked publicly if we do take the city. There is a sense of de ja vu with the refugees telling us where their houses are and asking us to bomb them because the muj have taken them over. We heard the same thing in April only to end up letting the people down. Some no doubt have paid with their lives. The "good" people who may ultimately buy into a peaceful and prosperous Iraq are again asking us to do what we know must be done."

Wednesday, November 03, 2004

Speaking of moving on....

Can we take out Iran now?....please????

"Chanting "Death to America" and "Death to corrupt Western culture" the crowd of mostly young students given a day off school listened to speeches deriding the "Great Satan," as Iran's clerical leadership routinely calls the United States."

Nice speech

I am impressed, Mr. Kerry. I am so glad you lost, but, you wisely chose to not drag our country down a "Ohio is the new Florida" path some of your supporters surely wanted. Thanks, really.

Click here for the text of his speech.

Kerry is moving on, and so will I. Edwards sure is looking forward. His speech was the first of his 2008 Presidential campaign. Hillary will have something to say about that, though.