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First “Black” President, indeed.

Posted on January 28, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

From a new source I’ve found comes a startling piece of Bubba Clinton.

First Black Prez Turns Out To Be A Bigot


By Doug Patton
January 29, 2008This year, we have a black man, a white woman, a Mormon, a thrice-married Catholic and an ordained Baptist minister all running for president. What a country. Yes, we have really come a long way, baby.

Or have we?

The day after Barack Obama trounced Hillary Clinton in the South Carolina Democrat primary, her husband (our first “black” president) dismissed the victory by pointing out that Jesse Jackson won the same primary in 1984 and 1988. Following on the heels of previous attempts to inject racial politics into his wife’s fight for the Democrat presidential nomination, clearly, Bubba was doing his best to marginalize Obama’s candidacy by implying that Obama is the Jesse Jackson of 2008, a black candidate who has no chance of actually being elected.

Bill Clinton’s mentor was U.S. Senator J. William Fulbright, an Arkansas Democrat and a supporter of racial segregation. Fulbright signed the Southern Manifesto opposing the Supreme Court’s 1954 Brown vs. Board of Education decision, which declared the “separate but equal” doctrine for public schools unconstitutional. He joined with the Dixiecrats in filibustering the Civil Rights Acts of 1957 and 1964. And he voted against the 1965 Voting Rights Act.

This was Clinton’s mentor, his hero, his teacher. Fulbright’s party had been the party of racism, slavery and the Ku Klux Klan. Today’s Democrats like to believe this ugly side of their party is gone. The truth is that it is simply hidden beneath a shroud of liberal language and lofty sounding rhetoric, and Bill Clinton is Exhibit A in the Dems-R-Bigots party.

Former Klansman Robert Byrd, who served as the Democrat’s Senate Majority leader in the 1970s, still sits in the U.S. Senate.

When George H.W. Bush nominated Clarence Thomas to the U.S. Supreme Court, the most outwardly liberal members of the Senate pulled every dirty trick imaginable to derail the nomination. The racist tactics of the Democrat-controlled Senate Judiciary Committee, some members of which had trumped up false charges of sexual harassment against a good and decent man, were stunning. More stunning, however, were Thomas’s inspired words during his testimony.

“This is a circus,” Thomas told the committee. “It’s a national disgrace. And from my standpoint, as a black American, it is a high-tech lynching for uppity blacks who in any way deign to think for themselves, to do for themselves to have different ideas, and it is a message that unless you kowtow to an old order, this is what will happen to you. You will be lynched, destroyed, caricatured by a committee rather than being hung from a tree.”

Perhaps the only thing more dangerous than being a black man standing between a liberal Democrat senator and ideological control of the U.S. Supreme Court is being a black man standing between Bill and Hillary Clinton and their triumphant return to the White House. The irony is that there is virtually no difference between the ideology of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, so anyone laboring under the delusion that the Clintons have ever been in politics for the sake of the cause should find another fantasy in which to believe.

Race is more than an issue for Democrats. It is a cottage industry. While their scam artists like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton masquerade as civil rights leaders, getting rich perpetrating a myth of racism among Republicans, white liberals like Bill and Hillary Clinton actually practice racism by marginalizing a bright, qualified competitor on the basis of race.

I am not a fan of Barack Obama and his socialist ideology, but it truly is revolting to think that these two trailer trash liberals could again take up residence in the White House. The only consolation for the country is that they might bring back some of the furniture.

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Doug Patton is a freelance columnist who has served as a political speechwriter and public policy advisor. His weekly columns are published in newspapers across the country and on selected Internet web sites, including Human Events Online, TheConservativeVoice.com and GOPUSA.com, where he is a senior writer and state editor. Readers may e-mail him at dougpatton@cox.net.

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More McCain

Posted on January 27, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

From the good folks at Patriot Post (linked) comes a really interesting piece of John “Shamnasty” McCain.

Patriot Profile: John McCain

By Mark Alexander

Now that the Republican ‘08 presidential candidate field is narrowing, I am going to risk the admiration and disdain of our Patriot readers by submitting a series of profiles on the remaining candidates, whilst holding out hope for a couple of convention wild cards if the primaries produce no clear choice.

The Patriot’s editors have already provided on our page. These ratings are based on comprehensive analysis of many factors—each candidate’s record, experience, capability, character, leadership qualifications and, of course, the candidate’s demonstrated ability to grasp the —and promote it accordingly.

On that note, let’s start with some “straight talk” about John McCain, who posts a solid, and decidedly unflattering “5” in our ratings. That is half way between and V.I. Lenin’s ignoble ranks of

For his part, McCain says,

“I seek the nomination of our Party, because I am as confident today as I was when I first entered public life as a foot soldier in the Reagan Revolution that the principles of the Republican Party—our confidence in the good sense and resourcefulness of free people—are always in America’s best interests. In war and peace, in good times and challenging ones, we have always known that the first responsibility of government is to keep this country safe from its enemies, and the American people free of a heavy-handed government that spends too much of their money, and tries to do for them what they are better able to do for themselves.”

OK, sounds good.

He continues,

“We want government to do its job, not your job; to do it better and to do it with less of your money; to defend our nation’s security wisely and effectively, because the cost of our defense is so dear to us; to respect our values because they are the true source of our strength; to enforce the rule of law that is the first defense of freedom; to keep the promises it makes to us and not make promises it will not keep. We believe government should do only those things we cannot do individually, and then get out of the way so that the most industrious, ingenious, and enterprising people in the world can do what they have always done: build an even greater country than the one they inherited.”

That’s the talk, but how about the walk?

McCain has considerable “insider” support from our high-rating convention wildcards, and , both of whom know McCain well. He also has the support of a broad cross section of Congress, including many Reagan foot soldiers like Jack Kemp, Phil Gramm and Sam Brownback, and broad grassroots support of many fellow Patriots such as Vietnam veteran and former POW , who was profiled in a Patriot Veterans Day edition.

To his credit, and deficit, McCain, unlike the other Republican contenders, has a substantial legislative record on national issues—which is why one can find voters who love him, and those who loathe him, on both ends of the political spectrum.

McCain’s lifetime rating from the American Conservative Union is 83, comparable to Thompson’s 86. It is worth noting that the ACU does not rate voting records on how they comport with the Constitution, but how they comport with contemporaneous Republican mandates—which are not always one and the same.

He has been ranked favorably by other conservative organizations: National Federation of Independent Business—100 percent; Concerned Women for America—100 percent; Family Research Council—100 percent; National Tax Limitation Committee—94 percent; Citizens Against Government Waste—91 percent; and the National Taxpayers Union—88 percent.

However, all Patriots should take pause at McCain’s C+ rating from the National Rifle Association, and his lack of clear , the “palladium of all other rights.”

Also, take pause at his Demo-memo comments about why he did not support the Bush tax cuts:

“I cannot in good conscience, support a tax cut in which so many of the benefits go to the most fortunate among us at the expense of middle-class Americans who need tax relief.”

Stupefying.

McCain has a decent record when it comes to the primary constitutional responsibility of the executive branch: national security. His position on has been clear, consistent and politically courageous. I believe his support for and comprehensive immigration reform are also notable. (Call it “amnesty” if you must, but the nescient evocation of this term short circuits a clear evaluation of a very complicated issue.)

Regarding constitutional constructionists, McCain strongly supported the Supreme Court confirmation of Chief Justice John Roberts and Associate Justice Samuel Alito, and he aggressively supported the Reagan nomination of Judge Robert Bork. His McCain-Feingold Campaign Finance Reform legislation, however, is an abomination and an outright affront to the First Amendment.

Equally deserving of outright contempt from all objective scientific observers is McCain’s white flag on the issue of —not so much whether the planet is warming, but why. He also supports the dubious cap-and-trade carbon emissions program. As noted by my colleague, George Will,

“When McCain and Joe Lieberman introduced legislation empowering Congress to comprehensively regulate U.S. industries’ emissions of greenhouse gases in order to ‘prevent catastrophic global warming,’ they co-authored an op-ed column that radiated McCainian intolerance of disagreement. It said that a U.N. panel’s report ‘puts the final nail in denial’s coffin about the problem of global warming.’ Concerning the question of whether human activity is causing catastrophic warming, they said, ‘the debate has ended’.”

Will added,

“Interesting, is it not, that no one considers it necessary to insist that ‘the debate has ended’ about whether the Earth is round. People only insist that a debate stop when they are afraid of what might be learned if it continues.”

Finally, perhaps the most injurious “straight talk” on McCain is the endorsement he received from The New York Times (along with its endorsement of Hillary Clinton), which proclaimed,

“There is a choice to be made, and it is an easy one. Senator John McCain of Arizona is the only Republican who promises to end the George Bush style of governing from and on behalf of a small, angry fringe. With a record of working across the aisle to develop sound bipartisan legislation, he would offer a choice to a broader range of Americans than the rest of the Republican field.”

So, we are no longer “the vast, right-wing conspiracy” but the “small, angry fringe”?

The bottom line with McCain: There’s something to love and something to loathe for everybody, which accounts for his Patriot rating. John McCain is no Reagan conservative.

A quick observation …

Posted on January 27, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

Intemperate Thoughts?

I just caught a glimpse (that was all I could stand) - whilst walking past the TV - of the victory celebrations for Barrack Hussein Obama down in South Carolina. Rather interesting, I thought. Took me a second to register what they reminded me of. Then it hit me ….

The celebrations in East Los Angeles and other predominantly black areas when murdering scumbag OJ Simpson was aquitted.

Come on - you know the prick was guilty! He got off because of a black jury itching for a chance to cut loose a piece of shit just to “show those honkies a thing or two”.

The Democrats “Progressives” are all a tither over how this inexperienced, black, first term Senator from Illinois is demonstrating how liberal “progressive” their party is. I have a different view.

I think it demonstrates that blacks continually demonstrate that THEIR color is more important to them than competence, experience, intelligence, guilt or innocence, or any number of vastly more important characteristics.

Think OJ. Think Rodney King. Think any number of incidents involving blacks and the Police. Obama is riding the wave of discontent begun by OJ and his “get out of jail free …. because I’m BLACK … and America is RACIST” card.

The best thing to come from this is the Clinton’s are becoming unhinged - which ought to be a LOT of fun - and the Coronation of Hillary is not such a done deal anymore. I can’t wait to see what happens when the Clinton’s bring out the Long Knives and turn loose the likes of Paul Begala, Sidney “DUI” Blumenthal, Mark Penn, Sandy “Fingers” Berger, Ann Lewis, and James Carville. It’s going to be quite a trip!

None other than Hillary. Again. And again … and …

Posted on January 26, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

If you can’t win on competence and experience … BUY IT!

I’m talking about the nomination, and eventually (God help us) the White House. Oh - and Hillary Clinton, in case you missed that.

So what has Ms. Rodham been up to now? Oh - just the usual, for a Clinton. Check it out.

Top Earmark-er Clinton Grants $303,000 to ‘Gay’ Lobby Group

By
CNSNews.com Staff Writer
January 24, 2008

A group that lobbies for needle exchanges, for allowing more immigrants with HIV/AIDS to legally enter the country, and for condom distribution in prisons received a $303,000 federal earmark pushed by Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.).

That was one of 261 earmarks Clinton personally helped usher through Congress. That’s more earmarks than any other member of Congress seeking the presidency, according to an analysis by the watchdog group Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW).

This specific appropriation is from the Department of Justice and is aimed at fighting methamphetamine use - that’s what the Gay Men’s Health Crisis Center is supposed to do with the taxpayer-funded money.

Clinton announced the grant in October 2007, a month after receiving a $750 donation and a $250 donation from Felix Lopez, an attorney for the Gay Men’s Health Crisis and for a clinic based in New York.

A number of other non-profit organizations in New York state that received Clinton earmarks also had employees who contributed to her presidential campaign or political action committee, HillPAC.

Felix Lopez could not be reached for comment this week.

The funding for the earmarks came through the $555 billion FY 2008 omnibus bill, which included 11,000 earmarks. Clinton’s 261 earmarks were more than twice as many as any other member of Congress seeking the presidency, the CAGW analysis showed.

Rest of this story

But wait … there’s more!

Pastor Got $1.5 Million in Clinton Earmarks Before Endorsement

By
CNSNews.com Staff Writer
January 24, 2008

(CNSNews.com) - Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) secured more than $1 million in federal funding last year for a Harlem-based non-profit whose leader gave her presidential campaign a major endorsement last weekend.

Clinton — who is aggressively competing for the black vote with her chief rival for the Democratic presidential nomination, Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) — touted the endorsement of Rev. Calvin O. Butts III, a prominent black leader and pastor of one of the oldest black churches in America, the Abyssinian Baptist Church of Harlem.

The $555-billion FY 2008 omnibus spending bill approved last month by Congress included 11 appropriations bills with 11,000 earmarks. Clinton teamed with senior New York Sen. Charles Schumer and New York Rep. Charles Rangel, both Democrats, to provide three earmarks for the Abyssinian Development Corporation (ADC).

The ADC is a separate non-profit community development organization chaired by Butts that focuses on increasing quality housing, delivering social services, and boosting economic and educational opportunities in Harlem.

Clinton backed an $839,000 earmark to the development corporation’s programs for at-risk youth; $446,500 for the organization to expand youth after-school programs; and $146,000 for the group’s social service work.

Clinton accepted credit for the Abyssinian earmarks and other earmarks in a statement released in December, saying, “I am proud that these funds will help support critical investments in New York City — from strengthening community programs for our children to supporting the city’s colleges and universities to cleaning up our waterways.”

An analysis by the government watchdog group Citizens Against Government Waste found that of all the presidential candidates serving in Congress, Clinton had the most earmarks.

Rest of this story

Is there any length to which this despicable pair (Bill-Hillary) of cretins will not go to get power over peoples lives? Doesn’t look like it. But then … they are Democrats. Liberal Democrats. Progressives, they like to call themselves - apparently because the “liberal” connotation is now too much baggage for them to handle.

How about just calling it like it is, douche bags … SOCIALISTS. (yes … the text color is intentional) Keep in mind what Hillary said in the previous video about oil company profits. Remember?

“I want to take that money … from excessive profits … and use it for the common good.”

Remind you of anything? Anything at all? How about the “Communist manifesto”.

John McCain. “Conservative Republican”?

Posted on January 25, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

Ah … you’re kidding, right? Yes - I heard, with my own ears, McCain describe himself on last nights Republican debate as a “Conservative Republican.” My wife heard me laughing from the other end of the house? This asshat isn’t even a Republican - let alone a “Conservative” Republican!

The inimitable has something to say about Mr. McCain…

Meet the open borders family: McCain, Hernandez, Soros, and the “Reform Institute”

By Michelle Malkin
January 25, 2008 03:50 PM

Follow the bouncing ball with me:

Shamnesty peddler John McCain taps as his presidential campaign Hispanic Outreach Director. Hernandez is a fellow at McCain’s “Reform Institute.” What has he been working on there for the past year?

“Dr. Juan Hernandez serves as a Senior Fellow of the Institute’s Comprehensive Immigration Reform Initiative.”

That is: Shamnesty.

Among the immigration projects at McCain’s Reform Institute: An art contest in which students depicted their protests against a southern border fence.

The winner on the American side of the border?
:

The grand prize winner incorporated the comparing our fence to keep trespassers out to the Berlin Wall designed to wall people in:

Is this what McCain believes in his heart, too? No wonder he cursed the

The Reform Institute is a tax-exempt, supposedly independent 501(c)(3) group, as Ed Morrissey noted two years ago, “that employs Rick Davis, who also works on McCain’s staff as his chief political advisor, and they pay him $110,000 per year. The Reform Institute has often supported McCain, paid for events highlighting him and his agenda, presumably including campaign finance reform.” The Reform Institute from Cablevision … and McCain basically tried to intervene on Cablevision’s behalf by writing a letter to the FCC supporting its regulatory agenda.** Morrissey noted at the time:

“[T]he Reform Institute helps keep McCain’s staff gainfully employed between campaigns, allowing McCain to do less fundraising while retaining the best of the available talent. For instance, Carl Hulse and Ann Kornblut note that Rick Davis managed McCain’s presidential campaign in 2000 before founding Reform Institute. Now its president, he gets over $100,000 a year from RI for “consulting services”. That money allows Davis to remain available for McCain’s future campaigns, and the funding he raises for RI gives him inroads for building support.”

Yep. Which is exactly how it worked out. Davis is now McCain’s campaign manager.

**(Note: That agenda would have blocked competitors like Verizon FioS from being allowed to solicit customers from territories in which Cablevision had franchises. In other words, ALL of Long Island, parts of New Jersey, Connecticut, and upstate NY! Not to mention the fact that the utility poles on which Cablevision runs its lines are owned by the telephone company - not Cablevision! And they then wanted to deny Verizon from running fiber optic cables on property they already owned! It should also be noted that in addition to McCains interference directly with the FCC at Cablevision’s behest - Cablevision’s corporate lawyers attempted to stop Verizon by trying to have local legislatures refuse to award franchises to Verizon FioS at a local level.)

As I said in a previous post, McCain is the farthest left of ALL the ostensibly”Republican” candidates for the party’s nomination, being nothing more than a Democrat - and a fairly Liberal one - wearing an elephants clothes. It’s laughable, and you’d have to wonder why he’s even getting away with this charade. Maybe the fact he was just endorsed by the Liberal rag New York Times might have helped?

Still not enough? How about the ties of McCain and his election committee to Liberal billionaire George Soros - the driving force and financial backer of groups such as MOVEON.ORG? Does anyone with an ounce of brain matter believe a Conservative Republican would come within a mile of a scumbag like Soros?

More? How about the following, from Riehl World View (linked), , and

Well …. maybe the following is a hint:

Or maybe this is all just a very clever plot by the Conservative hating Dems and their cohorts in the MSM to get the nomination for McCain, and then shoot his ass down by finally divulging the truth about his left wing contacts - thereby handing the election to whichever Liberal candidate wins the Democrat Party nod? Or am I just too cynical for my own good?

Clinton & Bush - Something in Common?

Posted on January 25, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

According to Peggy Noonan … yes indeed.

Breaking Up Is Hard to Do

Destroying their respective parties

By PEGGY NOONAN
January 25, 2008

We begin, as one always must now, again, with Bill Clinton. The past week he has traveled South Carolina, leaving discord in his wake. Barack Obama, that “fairytale,” is low, sneaky. “He put out a hit job on me.” The press is cruelly carrying Mr. Obama’s counter-jabs. “You live for it.”

In Dillon, S.C., according to the Associated Press, on Thursday Mr. Clinton “predicted that many voters will be guided mainly by gender and race loyalties” and suggested his wife may lose Saturday’s primary because black voters will side with Mr. Obama. Who is raising race as an issue? Bill Clinton knows. It’s the press, and Mr. Obama. “Shame on you,” Mr. Clinton said to a CNN reporter. The same day the Web site believed to be the backdoor of the Clinton war room unveiled a new name for the senator from Illinois: “Sticky Fingers Obama.”

Bill Clinton, with his trembly, red-faced rage, makes John McCain look young. His divisive and destructive daily comportment—this is a former president of the United States—is a civic embarrassment. It is also an education, and there is something heartening in this.

There are many serious and thoughtful liberals and Democrats who support Mr. Obama and John Edwards, and who are seeing Mr. Clinton in a new way and saying so. Here is William Greider in The Nation, the venerable left-liberal magazine.

The Clintons are “high minded” on the surface but “smarmily duplicitous underneath, meanwhile jabbing hard at the groin area. They are a slippery pair and come as a package. The nation is at fair risk of getting them back in the White House for four years.”

For the rest of the article and President Bush’s responsibility in the demise of the Republican Party, go to the .

I would add that Bush the Elder is as much responsible for this fiasco as his son.

Annie tears McCain a new one!

Posted on January 24, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

Ann Coulter, that is. God I love this woman! Read how she tears apart the lying scumbag McCain…

‘Straight Talk’ Express Takes Scenic Route to Truth

Ann Coulter
By Ann Coulter
Posted: 01/23/2008

John McCain is Bob Dole minus the charm, conservatism and youth. Like McCain, pollsters assured us that Dole was the most “electable” Republican. Unlike McCain, Dole didn’t lie all the time while claiming to engage in Straight Talk.

Of course, I might lie constantly too, if I were seeking the Republican presidential nomination after enthusiastically promoting amnesty for illegal aliens, Social Security credit for illegal aliens, criminal trials for terrorists, stem-cell research on human embryos, crackpot global warming legislation and free speech-crushing campaign-finance laws.

I might lie too, if I had opposed the Bush tax cuts, a marriage amendment to the Constitution, waterboarding terrorists and drilling in Alaska.
And I might lie if I had called the ads of the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth “dishonest and dishonorable.”

McCain angrily denounces the suggestion that his “comprehensive immigration reform” constituted “amnesty” — on the ludicrous grounds that it included a small fine. Even the guy who graduated fifth from the bottom of his class at the U.S. Naval Academy didn’t fall for this a few years ago.

Read the rest of the story at (linked)

And in a similar vein …check out this video, depicting exactly how “straight talking” McCain really is:

This lying son of a bitch is getting away with this crap - and coincidently being touted by the MSM as the “clear best choice among Republicans” for one reason and one reason only - he is nothing more than a Liberal Democrat in elephants clothing. He’s a fucking RINO! Any Republican who casts a vote for McCain is more of a moron that he is. Get a clue, folks!

This woman must be stopped.

Posted on January 22, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

And just what does Hillary Clinton have in store for the country should she (God forbid) wind the general election? How does “Socialist State” sound to you?

For Clinton, Government as Economic Prod

By DAVID LEONHARDT

Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton said that if she became president,

In one of her most extensive interviews about how she would approach the economy, Mrs. Clinton laid out a view of economic policy that differed in some ways from that of her husband, Bill Clinton. Mr. Clinton campaigned on his centrist views, and as president, he championed deficit reduction and trade agreements.

Reflecting what her aides said were very different conditions today, Mrs. Clinton put her emphasis on issues like inequality and the role of institutions like government, rather than market forces, in addressing them.

She said that economic excesses — including executive-pay packages she characterized as often “offensive” and “wrong” and a tax code that had become “so far out of whack” in favoring the wealthy — were holding down middle-class living standards.

Interviewed between campaign appearances in Los Angeles on Thursday, she said those problems were also keeping the United States economy from growing as quickly as it could.

“If you go back and look at our history, we were most successful when we had that balance between an effective, vigorous government and a dynamic, appropriately regulated market,” Mrs. Clinton said. “And we have systematically diminished the role and the responsibility of our government, and we have watched our market become imbalanced.”

She added: “I want to get back to the appropriate balance of power between government and the market.”

How about another look? Really think I’m joking about her Socialist mindset? Okay - take a look at her, in her own words …

Guess I’m staying home in bed

Posted on January 22, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

Fred Thompson is out of the picture, having officially withdrawn from the race today. While he is saying his mothers ill health is the reason - I can’t help but think he is more disgusted by his poor showing in the recent primaries. At least that is my best guess. I don’t know how you could possibly explain the attraction of asshats like Huckabee and Paul pulling better numbers than Fred - the only true Conservative in the race until today. Stupidity is the only answer I have for this nonsense.

But like it or not - Fred is out - and I am left with no viable alternative. As stated before … I will not - under any circumstance - vote for Huckabee or McCain. Not ever. Paul isn’t even worthy of rational thought. Rudy is just not happening for me, either. That leaves Romney - who I am not enamored with either.

This is the best the Republican Party can give us? And they are wondering why donations are down to a dribble?

Keep giving us RINO’s and borderline psychotics, and the Democrat Party will own the country for another 40 years!

Fuckers.

Democrat = Corrupt

Posted on January 20, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

Guess which party, and why has it been kept quiet?

Apparently Nancy Pelosi got it wrong when she stated unequivocally that when the Democrat Party took control of Congress in 2006 - her party would “end the cycle of Republican Party Corruption” in Washington. Not quite, Nancy - not even including the Democrats rape of the tax coffers with their pork barrel politics. Not even the Clinton’s ongoing shenanigans. Not even close. So guess who’s caught up in another federal corruption investigation. And guess what party? Hard to tell because the MSM has been - as usual - silent, anytime a Democrat is involved.

From The (link to full story) - hardly a Republican-Conservative leaning outlet reports today…

Obama surfaces in Rekzo’s federal corruption case

Source confirmed Obama is the unnamed “political candidate” referred to in document which outlines case against Rezko

January 20, 2008

BY DAVE MCKINNEY, NATASHA KORECKI, CHRIS FUSCO AND TIM NOVAK, Staff Reporters

For the first time, Democratic White House hopeful Barack Obama has surfaced in the federal corrupton case against his longtime campaign fund-raiser, Tony Rezko, the Chicago Sun-Times has learned.

The Illinois senator isn’t accused of any wrongdoing. And there’s no evidence Obama knew contributions to his 2004 U.S. Senate campaign came from schemes Rezko is accused of orchestrating. (of course not! You know they’d try to protect him, didn’t you?)

WTF are these people thinking!

Posted on January 20, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

Are they out of their minds?

Rhetorical question - they are obviously incapable of rational thought.

The South Carolina results are in, and those dummies actually selected John McCain as number one, and Huckster as number two. Unbelievable. A Republican primary, and the morons select the least Republican and anti-Conservative of the bunch. Indeed.

Compare the two parties. For the Democrats, each and every one of their candidates for the nomination are died in the wool liberals - true democrats. Big government, class warfare, nanny stater, social re-engineering, give everything to those too lazy to work, tax us to oblivion, open the borders liberals. ALL of them.

Now the “Republicans”.

John McCain: Classic RINO, votes against the administration and with the democrats every chance he gets. Cares not a whit about illegal immigration and stood in the way and cast one of the few Rep votes for the Amnesty Bill the vast majority of the country wanted stopped. Stood in the way of the administrations war in Iraq. Scumbag. WILL NOT VOTE FOR HIM, EVER.

Mike Huckabee: The Huckster. Liar, Gods representative on Earth wants to bring a secular government to the US. HIS version of Gods will. Opened the prison gates in Arkansas to over 1000 violent offenders - one of whom immediately raped and murdered another woman upon his release - because they “found Jesus Christ” as their Savior. Big government nanny-stater whose ONLY claim to be a Republican is being pro-life. Except where prisoners are concerned. And the fucker LIES about his record every day! WILL NOT VOTE FOR HIM, EVER.

Ron Paul: Heil Hitler! This clown is no Republican and never was. A died in the wool Libertarian who should never have been allowed to run on the Republican side. He’s a fucking lunatic, as are 99% of his camp followers. WILL NOT VOTE FOR HIM, EVER.

Mitt Romney: Republican? Barely. Conservative? Give me a break. Hey - he’s from taxachucetts, for crissakes! Is it possible for a Republican to win an election in that miserable excuse for a state? The state of John Kerry and Ted Kennedy? Only nominally better than McCain. WILL NOT VOTE FOR HIM.

Fred Thompson: The ONLY true Republican, true Conservative in the race. The ONLY one! Consistently conservative, shut the friggin borders, reduce the government and their intrusion on our personal lives and free enterprise. And coincidently, the ONLY one of the bunch I’d get out of bed to vote for for POTUS.

What am I saying here? I’m saying that unless this clueless bunch of shitbirds claiming to be Republicans with conservative, Ronald Reagan values wakes up … I’m staying home. Fuck the lot of ‘em. Seriously. Any of the above save Fred will be as disastrous to our culture and way of life as any of the Democrats. It won’t matter at all. Think immigration is bad now? Think your taxes are already too high? Tired of having to learn a foreign language to do anything in your own country? Just wait and see what happens come 2009, dumb-asses.

Protein Wisdom (linked) apparently has the same outlook as I do. Check out entry in his blog to get his take on this mess.

When your done, check out McCains interview by Sean Hannity after his win last night. Lies, damned lies, and more damned lies on his positions - especially on Amnesty.

Totally hilarious - The Dissident Frogman

Posted on January 18, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

Okay look - you’ve just got to pay this guys blog a visit. No shit. I’ve been a “member” for a while and never fail to find something amusing over there.

His latest coup is a video he produced reminiscent of his “Bullet - Cartridge” poke at the numbnuts in the MSM who don’t know the difference. I think the video is still there, so watch it if you find it.

Anyway - here’s a portion of his latest shot across the bow of the new British “sensibilities”. Go read the rest when you’re done here. No kidding. Go to ““. Also linked.

In the light of the recent racket around British laws and courts’ breakthrough in reenacting Orwell’s worst Orwellian nightmares, at least when it comes to specious smoke screens for tyranny such as “hate speech”, ““, and an outrageous disposition to hear cases brought forth by various and other ““, I was hoping I could leverage the accompanying videotaped evidence to successfully sue Rowan Atkinson, the full Monty (Pythons), their writers and producers and live happily ever after, sunbathing on mattresses full of Her Majesty’s banknotes with Her Majesty’s face on them, in a faraway tropical island surrounded by swarms of exotic beauties with little clothes on. And margaritas à profusion.

I was prepared to argue that this would have been quite a small compensation for the prejudice of being pictured, on the sole account of being French, as a blathering hysterical homosexual with a béret basque and a small penis — and on British television and US silver screens to top it all.

You see, I never wore a béret basque, even for kicks(1). In fact, you’d sooner see me hanging out with the Hezbollah’s Boy Band than put on this ridiculous piece of clothing that instantaneously makes one look like one’s been milking a very sick cow that couldn’t hold it any longer.

If those of you who still know what a cow looks like can forgive the picture.

Posted on January 18, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

Answering Fred’s Call

By David Limbaugh
via (linked)
Friday, January 18, 2008

Commentators are citing the unpredictability of the Republican primary contests as proof that Reagan conservatism is dead when precisely the opposite conclusion is warranted.

The main reason the conventional wisdom is being shattered in the primaries is that conservative voters, so far, have not been persuaded there is an electable, reliable conservative in the race.

But as I’ve stated before, I believe Fred Thompson is a reliable, consistent conservative. There are others in the field I could support, but not without some reservations. The more I learn about Fred and observe him in action, the more convinced I become that he’s the right choice.

I was among those who urged Fred to step up and prove to the people he wanted the job. Regardless of whether Fred actually had “fire in his belly,” the unmistakable perception out there was that he did not, so I encouraged him to add a little spring to his step.

But I’ve also appreciated Fred’s unwillingness to be somebody he is not. He will not respond like a puppet when a debate moderator tells him to raise his hand to signify a childishly simplistic approval or disapproval of a certain policy. He will not be goaded by interviewers into saying things he doesn’t feel comfortable saying. He won’t divide us with class envy or pretend we can be friends with rogue regimes or terrorists. He does not promise a chicken in every pot or pander to liberals on global warming.

What are they afraid of? The truth scares you?

Posted on January 18, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

This is the way it’s going to work, folks. These Muslim goat-fuckers are using OUR courts to try and silence any American from exercising their Constitutional Right to free speech. They don’t want you to know what they’re up to. They don’t want you to know they are nothing more than western hating terrorists in 3 button suits.

They try to intimidate Americans at airports into not reporting suspicious behavior, as our own government asked we do. Why? Simple - by doing so it makes it easier for them to practice terrorist takeovers of aircraft. They cry “profiling!” Yeah - that’s exactly right, Ahkmad. Don’t like it? Tell your goat-fucking buddies to stop fucking with the US. Those 72 girls are virgins for a reason - they’re as ugly as your camels.

Rest of the story from WorldNetDaily (linked) is

Muslim groups sue counter-terror activist

Claim they were threatened by his protest tying organization to Hamas

Posted: January 18, 2008
1:00 a.m. Eastern
© 2008 WorldNetDaily.com

A counter-terrorism activist has been sued for protesting an amusement park event sponsored by a Muslim group accused of helping finance the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas.

Joe Kaufman of Florida-based says he was at the Six Flags Over Texas park in Arlington Oct. 14 to demonstrate against the , or ICNA.

Kaufman, writing in , said his purpose was to expose ICNA’s alleged ties to the financing of Hamas.

ICNA was the top donor to the Pakistan-based Al-Khidmat Foundation, Kaufman pointed out, which gave $99,000 to the head of Hamas, Khaled Mashaal.

“I believed that the public had a right to know about it,” he explained.

The FEW The PROUD The MARINES

Posted on January 18, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

Just watch, okay? That’s all I really need to say. Just watch …

Coming to an America near you…

Posted on January 12, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

… if people like Clinton, Reid, Kennedy, and Pelosi have their way.

What? An astounding display of government arrogance is underway in our northern neighbor Canada. A “human rights” commission is in the midst of an inquisition of a respected magazine because it dared to publish the cartoons about Islam that resulted in riots and censorship in Denmark a few months ago. The publisher - one Ezra Levant - is not taking it “lying down, rolling over, put your tail between your legs” as we might expect from our alleged friends from the north - he’s fighting. Big time fighting.

I’ve linked to the story on this, but you really must watch the first video (Levants opening statement) and LISTEN CLOSELY to what he says - because what he is fighting against here is exactly what the Democrat Party has in mind for the United States. Think that’s being paranoid? I guess you don’t follow politics very closely, eh?

Outrage of the Week

Canadian Publisher Persecuted for Mindcrime

Sat, Jan 12, 2008 at 12:31:36 pm PST

An excellent opening statement by Ezra Levant, at his Canadian Human Rights Commission “hearing” for publishing the Danish cartoons of blasphemy. This hearing is an outrage, and Levant is brilliant here.

Mike Huckabee - BAD for America

Posted on January 12, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

Huckabee = Huckster evangelical fraud

There is not much I can say about this video. It’s disturbing but it happens to be absolutely true and to the point. Huckabee has made much of his “Christian values” as a candidate - which I think is misplaced at best and disingenuous otherwise. While claiming to have conservative values, Huckster has unfailingly during his term as Governor of Arkansas done things contrary to conservative principles. High on that list is law and order.

It would appear, based on his record, that Huckster was more concerned with whether or not a prisoner “found Jesus” than his own Parole Boards recommendations to keep vicious predators in jail or not. He is responsible for releasing - on his personal recommendation - more prisoners serving time for serious crimes than his 3 predecessors combined. The number was in excess of 600 of them. One of which, and the subject of this video, was released by Huckster despite the recommendation of his Parole Board that he never be released, as a menace to society. Why? Huckster says he believed this piece of shit had been saved and his remaining in jail would not benefit society. Didn’t work out too well for ya, did it, Hick? Certainly not for the mother of the young girl he kidnapped, raped, and then murdered shortly after his release.

Disturbing …

Posted on January 12, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

Okay - I’ve had this link and video for a few days now and have been reluctant to publish it for a few reasons. For one - while the subject (NAU) is factual and disturbing enough as it is, the creators of the video have - I think - usurped the intent and turned it into something of a “Truther” style conspiracy theory tying it with a number of other subjects. Is Ron Paul - or his myrmidons - at work here? Could be. I’ll leave it to you to sort this out.

Be mindful of the fact that the North American Union topic is for real and has been pushed by President Bush. It’s also worth nothing that Bush 41, the elder, was a strong proponent of what he referred to many times as a “New World Order.”

Also be advised that I would not doubt someone will pull this video from YouTube. If that happens and the link goes bad - you’re too late.

Clinton cronies - Birds of a feather ..

Posted on January 11, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

It appears one of the Clintons chief apologists and all around scumbag - Sidney Blumenthal - has found himself in a bit of a pickle up in “New Hampsha”. This clown really does take after the Clintons in his respect for rules (they’re for other, lesser, folks) and the law (same thing). Not surprisingly, old Sid isn’t the only Clinton “Advisor” with legal issues. Anyone remember Sandy Berger?

The full story is , at Newsweek.

Sidney Blumenthal plays hardball. A longtime confidante and adviser to the Clinton’s, he has zealously defended them through any number of scandal investigations. Along the way, Blumenthal has shown an affinity for the sharp counterattack. When a group of Arkansas state troopers in the early 1990s began leveling charges that Bill Clinton had strayed in his marriage, Blumenthal shot back–penning an article in The New Yorker accusing the troopers of a litany of their own transgressions, including attempted fraud, marital infidelity and drunken driving.

Now, Blumenthal himself faces charges of driving drunk. Blumenthal, an unpaid senior adviser to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, was arrested in Nashua on the eve of the New Hampshire primary and charged with aggravated DWI, according two members of the Nashua police force.

Sgt. Mike Masella, one of the arresting officers, said the movements of a Buick caught his eye. “I observed all his erratic driving,” Masella said.

“When I first noticed him it was at an intersection. He abruptly stopped. That caught my eye … He was drifting in his lane.” Masella followed the car, a rental, for a mile and a half, and clocked its speed at 70mph in a 30mph zone–more than twice the legal limit.

Masella pulled the car over at 12:30 a.m. Monday morning. Blumenthal told the officer he was returning to his hotel from a restaurant in Manchester. After declining to take a Breathalyzer, Masella says, Blumenthal failed a field sobriety test. Blumenthal was handcuffed, booked, had his fingerprints taken and was held for four hours–standard operating procedure in such arrests in New Hampshire–before posting bail and being released. (He will be arraigned later this month.) Because the car was moving at excessive speeds, Blumenthal was given the more serious charge of “aggravated” DWI–which carries a mandatory sentence of at least three days behind bars. “He’s charged with a serious crime,” says Nashua Police Capt. Peter Segal, who will oversee the case as it moves toward a court date.

Ray Mello, a New Hampshire attorney, says he is representing Blumenthal and will explore “all of the avenues of discovery.”

In typical Clinton spin, Mello’s statement …

“In reality, it’s a traffic violation,” Mello said, noting that the more serious “aggravated” DWI charge is due to the alleged speeding, not “degree of intoxication.” When asked if Blumenthal was driving drunk, Mello said, “He’s going to pursue all legal defenses in court, and we’re going to deal with the case in court and not in the media.”

(The Clinton campaign declined comment on the arrest and whether it would affect Blumenthal’s status as an adviser.)

Hahahahaha! Sure - it will affect his status  - just like Bergers arrest and conviction for stealing and destroying classified documents from the national Archives affected his status!

What the Huck?

Posted on January 7, 2008 | Filed Under In My Opinion...

Mike Huckabee. Former Governor of Arkansas (another one!), and wannabee President. He claims God talks to him. He is a Baptist minister. That much is - so far as can be determined - true. Now the lies. He claimed to have graduated from college with a degree in religion. Nope! He claims he reduced taxes during his term as Governor. Nope! He has intervened (repeatedly) in decisions of the State Parole Board and by fiat had convicted felons released to murder and rape again. He denies that. The Parole Board says otherwise. I believe the Parole Board.

This clown - there is no other word to describe him - has invoked the name of Jesus Christ to ride the religious right and evangelicals to the number one spot on the GOP nomination. God help us. This smooth talking snake oil salesman (is this an inherited trait in Arkansas?) is nothing more than a Hillary Clinton, nanny state liberal with only a single claim to conservative principals. Abortion. That’s it. Abortion. Yet - evangelicals are flocking to support this moron - apparently blissfully ignorant of his real agenda.

Should Huckabee win the GOP nomination … the party is doomed for the next decade. Conservatives will not vote for him - even with the risk of a Clinton or Hussein Obama being elected.

Here’s another look at this sad situation via George Will - certainly a mainstream Republican.

The Problem with Populists

By George Will

WASHINGTON — Like Job after losing his camels and acquiring boils, the conservative movement is in distress. Mike Huckabee shreds the compact that has held the movement’s two tendencies in sometimes uneasy equipoise. Social conservatives, many of whom share Huckabee’s desire to “take back this nation for Christ,” have collaborated with limited-government, market-oriented, capitalism-defending conservatives who want to take back the nation for James Madison. Under the doctrine that conservatives call “fusion,” each faction has respected the other’s agenda. Huckabee aggressively repudiates the Madisonians.

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