November 03, 2005
It is important at this moment, when Reid and others are fighting these important fights that we make sure they know we've got their backs. They're taking a riskthey need to know we support them and recognize this sort of leadership. It's important that the Democrats don't let the issue die. We'll be working more and more over the next several months as we get close to the 2006 elections to encourage them to stand up and fight.Yep, another year of this should do wonders for Democrat candidates.
They've even got a website: Give 'Em Hell, Harry Dot Com. Next November is going to be hell alright, for any Democrat who embraces these nuts.
November 01, 2005
Go check 'em out here. Pretty damn funny! You may have heard of some of them already. These people are clearly mentally ill. Interesting how you never read about Republicans or Conservatives doing goofy stuff like this. It's always Libs, suffering from BDS*.
Bush's ploy to woo the far-right could reshape the High Court for decades to comebut we don't have to let that happen. The president's rock-bottom approval ratings and the scandals engulfing virtually every Republican leader have broken the spell of the right-wing spin machine. If we all speak up, together we have the power to stop this radical nominee.Reads like an opening crawl to a Star Wars movie, doesn't it?
The email pulls quotes from the likes of "Tailspin" Teddy Kennedy and John Francois Kerry warning of the darkness spewing from
Mordor the White House. Of course, neither of these two Senators had any problem voting for Alito in 1990 for his current seat on the Federal Appeals Court.
Here come the fireworks!
October 27, 2005
Political Pit Bull has some first hand observations about her latest publicity stunt - with photos. Too bad she didn't actually tie herself to the White House gates. That would have been a nice touch. Even the media aren't "championing" her anymore. They cover her like the oddity she has become - like a nine-car pileup on I-95 or an overturned tractor trailer.
And I'm sure I'll get lots of happy emails and comments from the deranged Left who are still trying to convince themselves that she's still just a "grieving mom". Let them keep their delusions, because it's their enthusiastic support that continues to egg her on. I can't wait for her latest entry on the land whale's website.
In fact, I think it's time she takes it to the next level. Maybe she can stand in front of the White House and hold her breath until she turns blue. Imagine the A/P photos!
October 20, 2005
My favorite part is where she bitches that no one in Hollywood invites her to their parties. What a sad, strange little woman.
October 18, 2005
I believe all six of these are record lows. You know Bush is really in trouble when Fox and Gallup aren't propping him up anymore. And forget the 40% floor--the new goal is 60% disapproval.In the quote above, there are a bunch of links to propaganda at Democrats.com. The guy - distracted by his excitement - didn't even take the time to spellcheck the word "perhaps".
Beyond approval polls, perhpas the most interesting poll on Bush this month comes from the netroots. Led by After Dowing Street and Democrats.com, a group of netroots activists raised $10,000 and commissioned their own poll on impeachment from AP-Ipsos. In the poll 50% said that Congress should consider impeaching Bush if Bush did not tell the truth about his reasons to go to war with Iraq. Cool stuff and well done.
OK, folks. Let's review the reality one more time.
1) Bush isn't running for anything
2) Bush doesn't govern by polls
So unless the poster above is simply unable to comprehend these facts (which is entirely possible), there can only be one reason to be excited about this "cool stuff". The idea of - dum...dum...dummmmmmmm - impeachment. This is their hope. This is what they're hanging their hats on.
It goes something like this: "Bush is evil, vote for us - we're not him" followed by "Bush won? We didn't get our message out!" and then the realization of "Bush won again? What is our message anyway?". Now it's "Impeach Bush, at least we can make him look bad in the history books. We'll show him!".
And - OMG - a grassroots organization has actually raised a whole $10,000 to campaign for impeachment. Sounds to me like someone found a way to raise some easy money off a bunch of naive suckers. Don't they know it's not nice to take advantage of the mentally ill?
October 17, 2005
moon phase info
Beware folks. Moonbats will be reaching full strength in the coming days! As a public service, I have included this monitor in the sidebar.
Thanks to Mike's America for the tip!
October 10, 2005
Here's a site put up by a Colorado-based group of Left-wing loons, The Tranform Columbus Day Alliance, to repeal recognition of this wonderful municipal holiday and "build a better future for all of our children". How they intend to accomplish the later isn't all that clear.
Hey, Christopher Columbus should be honored as a hero. If it weren't for him you'd still have Indians foraging off this resource-rich continent and hogging it all for themselves. Instead you have an economic powerhouse that produces more food, more advanced medicine, more technology - not to mention foreign aid - for other parts of the world that would otherwise be starving, sick and living in poverty.
Why do these moonbats have to be so damn selfish?
UPDATE: James S. Robbins has a more "serious" defense of Columbus here - not that I'm not serious about my own comments, mind you.
October 02, 2005
But the leaves weren't the only colors out. There were lots of "colorful" characters roaming the streets of Bennington this weekend. more...
September 27, 2005
Pretty darn clever. Check it out here.
September 26, 2005
...they really like me!!
Sheehan and several dozen other protesters sat down on the sidewalk after marching along the pedestrian walkway on Pennsylvania Avenue. Police warned them three times that they were breaking the law by failing to move along, then began making arrests.Several dozen others? Don't they mean like, maybe,...two dozen? Yesterday it was about thirty people and you gotta figure at least a few have real jobs to go to today.
Sheehan, 48, was the first taken into custody. She stood up and was led to a police vehicle while protesters chanted, "The whole world is watching."
This is becoming such a joke, it's almost uncomfortable to watch. I hope it lasts!
At least that's what the A/P considers a crowd. Because that's all the America-hating moonbats that Cindy Sheehan could muster for her march on the White House this weekend.
September 25, 2005
Michelle Malkin has this gem and many more in her Flickr album of this weekend's protests in D.C.
What a freak show.
September 23, 2005
Simple: Thirty-five years ago, there was a groundswell of opposition to the war made up of individuals who, however naive and misguided, were reflecting a genuine feeling in the country at the time. Today, this motley road show of media hounds is comprised of professional protesters. Opposition to this war, is mostly a reflection of various kook organizations trying to push their Left-wing anti-American agenda.
Betsy Newmark shines the spotlight on these familiar names and faces who always manage to show up whenever there's an opportunity to perform for the cameras - and hatred of America is their primary motivation.
September 22, 2005
Don't these people have actual jobs?
Pathetic, yet hilarious. My favorite part is when the RV backs over the Vespa. Like...bummer, man.
September 20, 2005
What is it with these Democrats these days? I swear, if I woke up everyday so full of bile and rage, I think I'd probably kill myself. Go check out these mean old meanies here.
War protester Cindy Sheehan came to New York last night with a blunt warning for Senator Clinton: End your support for the war in Iraq or else.This will definitely put a crimp in Hillary's current foreign policy kabuki-dance aimed at fooling enough moderate voters into thinking she can be trusted with America's security. The Kos crowd is watching closely, as are the MoveOn.org and Soros-funded "America Coming Together" groups.
Visiting New York City for the first time since leaving her campsite outside President Bush's vacation ranch in Crawford, Texas, Ms. Sheehan told a packed audience in a Brooklyn church that Mrs. Clinton "knows the war is a lie" but because of her political ambitions refuses to voice any opposition.
Will Sheehan demand a "sit-down" with Sen. Clinton as well? Only if the journalists are there. And they have to much of an interest in her success to do that.
September 12, 2005
Bush administration officials have said Katrina's damage could not have been anticipated, but Gore rejected that.Implicit in this charge is that the extent of the damage could have somehow been prevented - and that the administration did nothing about it.
"What happened was not only knowable, it was known in advance, in great and painstaking detail. They did tabletop planning exercises. They identified exactly what the scientific evidence showed would take place," Gore said.
Clearly the former Vice-President is off his meds again. So Al, how's your multi-million dollar public access channel doing these days?
On a related note, Mac Johnson of Human Events lays out five proposals that would make future efforts more successful.
The result was not pretty, when it was there at all.
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