Friday, October 29, 2004
The latest terrorist video...at least these terrorists would rather see Kerry in office
Kerry snubs black student, Dems try to hush them
Sox pitcher Schilling an example of blind Dem/Lib hypocrisy
Wednesday, October 27, 2004
According to Powerline, Dems have so far filed 35 suits in 17 states....Dems have 2000 lawyers in Florida
Stem cell activists steal Bush signs
Crazy Floridian tries to run over Katherine Harris
ABC News sits on terror tape that would without question benefit Bush
Illegal alien is deputy registrar and registers people who tell her they're illegals!!!!!
The evidence of corruption, law breaking, lying, anything goes tactics isn't exclusive to the Dems but officially organized Dems are for more active and ALL the loons acting on their own are liberals...of course that's no surprise.
“After repeatedly calling Iraq the wrong war, and a diversion, Senator Kerry this week seemed shocked to learn that Iraq is a dangerous place, full of dangerous weapons…”“If Senator Kerry had his way…Saddam Hussein would still be in power. He would control those all of those weapons and explosives and could share them with his terrorist friends. Now the senator is making wild charges about missing explosives, when his top foreign policy adviser admits, quote, 'We do not know the facts.' Think about that: The senator is denigrating the actions of our troops and commanders in the field without knowing the facts…..”
“Our military is now investigating a number of possible scenarios, including that the explosives may have been moved before our troops even arrived at the site. This investigation is important and it's ongoing. And a political candidate who jumps to conclusions without knowing the facts is not a person you want as your commander in chief."
Tuesday, October 26, 2004
Fast forward to today...Kerry has been on the stump in the last few days talking about the incompetence of Bush for loosing these weapons. Not only were the weapons gone before we got there but the implication is also that this was recently discovered. Kerry also claims Bush failed to secure the 380 tons of explosive and we are less secure because of it. The Dems couldn't figure out this was old news and that the stuff was gone when we got there? Or they knew but decided this was a good lie? Or Kerry is suggesting we should have, or he would have, gone into Iraq earlier and thus that stockpile would have still been there? OK you dems explain this one to me....explain the honesty of you long face Kerry! CBS is also a turd in that they were going to run a 60 minutes piece on this just before the election as if reporting it this way was factual. The liberal power brokers are the most dishonest lying cheating bastards around!
But in order to win a war, you have to have the vision and determination to
fight it despite setbacks and political difficulties. Americans should be wary
of politicians who promise more "competent" leadership in a war that those same
politicians say they'd rather not fight.
Monday, October 25, 2004
Kerry says he is big on telling the truth and he has a plan....but he has a plan for fixing so many things even beyond his control it's not only ludicrous it's political snake oil or lies. Things that would have been or will be different according to Kedwards if he/they had been or becomes president.
- Osama would be dead
- Iraq, Iran, N. Korea or any other rogue nation wanting WMDs or nukes would acquiesce simply from UN pressure
- The economy (already better) would rain money
- Housing (already better) would had by all
- Christopher Reeves would alive and walk
- Every citizen could get elective surgery
- Corporations would pay a lot more tax and magically they could without laying people off
- The French, Germans, Spain, etc. would all hold hands with us on the battlefield
- The UN would be the new world super power
- All children would get private school quality education at public schools
- Every city would have more fire fighters and police
- The border would be more secure, every container, parcel or letter would be inspected
- Every person with a terrorist plot would be identified by the Minority Report triplets
- The people paying nearly all taxes now would pay even more
- Drugs would be free, new drugs would spring up like Starbucks coffee houses because you would be allowed to use the remnants from abortion clinics and childbirth free from scrutiny
- All parents with gay children would be identified publicly.
- All profiling, for any purpose would be banned....except for college entrance, employment and government grants!
Too many more to list....seems like an easy choice.
Friday, October 22, 2004
Too many young people do no homework at all on important issues. They get what they think is the definitive story from MTV, musicians, actors and Rolling Stone articles. They believe that entertainment sources have some enlightened and unbiased positions on things outside of entertainment. They think Sean Penn saw the real Iraq. They think a CEO of Fortune 500 company screwed a bunch of little people to make his millions and yet the wonderful great role model millionaire NBA players or rap artists earned every dime. They believe Michael Moore disseminates facts. They believe Bush actually knew Saddam had no WMD's left in Iraq even though half a dozen foreign country intelligence agencies along with our own (and Kerry) believed he did. They believe if you can think up a conspiracy then one likely exists. They think others around the world liking us is more important than nearly anything else. They think the UN is a wonderful honest collection of altruistic people. They believe in freedom of speech unless the word "god" is involved. They have selective hearing and site and will not recognize anything that is in conflict with their beliefs.
I in fact believe the number of young people who fit these descriptions is large....and I'm sure some who are no longer young would actually fit this profile as well....it is overwhelmingly scary to have a person in power these head in the sand people would vote for.
UPDATE: I have never heard of this group, California College Republicans, but it's nice to see some college age kids that don't fit my fearful profile. The CCR has an interesting press release and protest of MTV planned because of their claim that MTV has participated in the blatant military draft lie spread to scare young adults into voting for Kerry. Also interesting that the Chairman of the CCR is a student at the Peoples Republic of Berkeley!...maybe there's hope after all!
Gee, speak of the NAACP....National Association for the Advancement of Colored People! As a white person, don't I have color? (I assume beige is a color) Does the NAACP support my advancement? Would anyone have a problem if I said my company has no problem hiring colored people? I think this falls under the bullshit hypocrite double standard of it's ok for a black to say the n word but not me. The front page of the NAACP site says:
Today we face a renewed effort as the forces of racism and retrogression inOf course I didn't see examples of this referenced...only the link to join and donate under this statement. Of course if this evil wasn't on the rise and it was generally accepted as no longer being an issue the NAACP would have no reason to exist? Sort of a conflict for these boys isn't it?
America are again on the rise. Many of the hard-earned civil rights gains of the
past three decades are under assault.
Wednesday, October 20, 2004
"I'm a little concerned about this notion everybody wants us to be
objective, and when we don't think we can be fully objective, to be
You have to be kidding me.....why can't you be objective? If you want to give your F'ing opinion then don't call it the ABC News with Peter Jennings, call it ABC's My Damn Opinion with Peter Jennings!
Is the U.N. Worth Dying For?
From an article in today's Washington Post on John Kerry's approach to foreign policy:
Kerry's belief in working with allies runs so deep that he has maintained that
the loss of American life can be better justified if it occurs in the course of
a mission with international support. In 1994, discussing the possibility of
U.S. troops being killed in Bosnia, he said, "If you mean dying in the course of
the United Nations effort, yes, it is worth that. If you mean dying American
troops unilaterally going in with some false presumption that we can affect the
outcome, the answer is unequivocally no."
So the U.N.--that club of dictators and anti-Semites--is worth dying for, but America isn't? This quote sharply summarizes why the thought of waking up two weeks from today to the news that Kerry is president-elect invokes in us a sense of utter dread.
For a concrete example of how this might play out, we turn to Park Sang-seek, a Korean "peace studies" academic, who writes (with apparent approval) in the Korea Herald:
Kerry is likely to rely on the United Nations in dealing with any future crises
in Northeast Asia and the Korean Peninsula. Take a hypothetical situation in the
Korean Peninsula: it is discovered that North Korea has experimented with
nuclear weapons or exported nuclear materials to hostile nations or terrorist
groups. Bush may make a surgical strike without consulting South Korea and the
United Nations. Kerry is likely to try to solve the issue through multilateral
forums, particularly the United Nations.
If North Korea gives nukes to terrorists and this is how a President Kerry responds, soldiers may not be the only Americans to die for the U.N.
Tuesday, October 19, 2004
Thursday, October 14, 2004
Sex: cheap shot by Kerry...when he mentioned Cheney's lesbian daughter in the last debate it was clearly to remind the most conservative Republicans that a gay person was close to the administration. If Edwards had a gay child and Bush thru that out (especially as Kerry did with little to no connection to the topic) the mainstream press would have crucified Bush....see much on this story?
Lies: Both Kerry and Bush got facts wrong...ok call that a tie
Plan: Proof that libs have EBD....apparently if you just say "plan" a bunch of times people who have EBD will say they heard details of the plan...be careful if you ask someone afflicted with EBD to give you some details of the plan...they may experience convulsions and loose control of their bowels.
Armchair Quarterback: This didn't work in my title, but it is interesting that everyone I have watched the debates with or talked to about them after the fact had responses at various spots for each debate that would not have just been better than what the candidate said but would have annihilated the opponent. One would think both of these guys would think better on their feet. Now I realize we are just armchair quarterbacking here and that's an order of magnitude easy than real time with cameras rolling...but I sure wish Bush would have said the following at some point in any of the debates. "You know, my opponent basis his entire candidacy on the notion that not a single thing in our country is working. To believe him every single thing that effects you that the government can affect is broken. But wait, he has a plan to fix every single one of these broken things." and you can can go on and on.
Fear: If you're intellectually honest (and don't have EBD) you can easily see that the entire Democratic machine is using a fear campaign. Kerry and Edwards say everything is wrong, broken and getting worse, that we're no safer than before 9/11, etc. Official DNC efforts, or by operatives give us the bogus draft campaign, violent protestors at events along with the many RNC office attacks. The DNC handbook that tells local offices to charge voter intimidation even if none exists. The DNC talking heads are saying "just watch the republicans will try to steal the election again". Look, do some research. The effort to use fear and smear is huge on the DNC side...if you can't run on your record and detailed ideas what else can you do.
Monday, October 11, 2004
For some time, and including when I spoke at the Republican Convention, I’ve wondered exactly what John Kerry’s approach would be to terrorism and I’ve wondered whether he had the conviction, the determination, and the focus, and the correct worldview to conduct a successful war against terrorism. And his quotations in the New York Times yesterday make it clear that he lacks that kind of committed view of the world. In fact, his comments are kind of extraordinary, particularly since he thinks we used to before September 11 live in a relatively safe world. He says we have to get back to the place we were, where terrorists are not the focus of our lives, but they’re a nuisance.
I’m wondering exactly when Senator Kerry thought they were just a nuisance. Maybe when they attacked the USS Cole? Or when they attacked the World Trade Center in 1993? Or when they slaughtered the Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics in 1972? Or killed Leon Klinghoffer by throwing him overboard? Or the innumerable number of terrorist acts that they committed in the 70s, the 80s and the 90s, leading up to September 11?
This is so different from the President’s view and my own, which is in those days, when we were fooling ourselves about the danger of terrorism, we were actually in the greatest danger. When you don’t confront correctly and view realistically the danger that you face, that’s when you’re at the greatest risk. When you at least realize the danger and you begin to confront it, then you begin to become safer. And for him to say that in the good old days – I’m assuming he means the 90s and the 80s and the 70s -- they were just a nuisance, this really begins to explain a lot of his inconsistent positions on how to deal with it because he’s not defining it correctly.
As a former law enforcement person, he says ‘I know we’re never going to end prostitution. We’re never going to end illegal gambling. But we’re going to reduce it.’ This is not illegal gambling; this isn’t prostitution. Having been a former law enforcement person for a lot longer than John Kerry ever was, I don’t understand his confusion. Even when he says ‘organized crime to a level where it isn’t not on the rise,’ it was not the goal of the Justice Department to just reduce organized crime. It was the goal of the Justice Department to eliminate organized crime. Was there some acceptable level of organized crime: two families, instead of five, or they can control one union but not the other?
The idea that you can have an acceptable level of terrorism is frightening. How do you explain that to the people who are beheaded or the innocent people that are killed, that we’re going to tolerate a certain acceptable [level] of terrorism, and that acceptable level will exist and then we’ll stop thinking about it? This is an extraordinary statement. I think it is not a statement that in any way is ancillary. I think this is the core of John Kerry’s thinking. This does create some consistency in his thinking.
t is consistent with his views on Vietnam: that we should have left and abandoned Vietnam. It is consistent with his view of Nicaragua and the Sandinistas. It is consistent with his view of opposing Ronald Reagan at every step of the way in the arms buildup that was necessary to destroy communism. It is consistent with his view of not supporting the Persian Gulf War, which was another extraordinary step. Whatever John Kerry’s global test is, the Persian Gulf War certainly would pass anyone’s global test. If it were up to John Kerry, Saddam Hussein would not only still be in power, but he’d still be controlling Kuwait.
Finally, what he did after the World Trade Center bombing in 1993, where I guess at that point terrorism was still just a nuisance. He must have thought that because that’s why he proposed seriously reducing our intelligence budget, when you would think someone who was really sensitive to the problem of terrorism would have done just the opposite. I think that rather than being some aberrational comment, it is the core of the John Kerry philosophy: that terrorism is no different than domestic law enforcement problems, and that the best we’re ever going to be able to do is reduce it, so why not follow the more European approach of compromising with it the way Europeans did in the 70s and the 80s and the 90s?
This is so totally different than what I think was the major advance that President Bush made – significant advance that he made in the Bush Doctrine on September 20, 2001, when he said we’re going to face up to terrorism and we’re going to do everything we can to defeat it, completely. There’s no reason why we have to tolerate global terrorism, just like there’s no reason to tolerate organized crime.
So I think this is a seminal issue, this is one that explains or ties together a lot of things that we’ve talked about. Even this notion that the Kerry campaign was so upset that the Vice President and others were saying that he doesn’t understand the threat of terrorism; that he thinks it’s just a law enforcement action. It turns out the Vice President was right. He does and maybe this is a difference, maybe this is an honest difference that we really should debate straight out. He thinks that the threat is not as great as at least the President does, and I do, and the Vice President does.
Saturday, October 09, 2004
Friday, October 08, 2004
I have been listening to the report about the WMD’s by Mr. David Kay. Now, all of you in the West must know that as far as we, the Iraqis, are concerned, we care very little that stocks of WMD’s existed or not at the time of liberation. For us Saddam and his regime were in themselves, the most lethal WMD that cost our people hundreds of thousands of victims not to mention the destruction of the economy and the very fabric of society in our afflicted country. That regime was a dead end for our people and with its continuation there was no hope whatsoever for the future. Mr. David Kay did mention something about this, and he should know, since he spent so much time in Iraq and has intimate knowledge of the situation. Saddamism is a cancer that we have yet to recover from. Western intervention lead by the U.S.A. was a God send to us, despite all the pain and misery that accompanied the operation and the repercussions that continue to rock the process of recuperation and rebirth of the nation. The U.S. soldiers are bravely standing in the thick of the turmoil and contributing with their blood and sweat not to mention the treasure of their land, towards curing us from the remaining ulcers of the disease after having performed the main surgery which no one else even dared even to think of.
Perhaps, the interests of our people were not the main consideration that led to that action; nevertheless, that does not change anything about the importance and implications for the people of Iraq of this tremendous historical act. Yes there is pain, chaos and loss; yet on the other hand, there is possibility of hope, and a clearly discernible “light at the end of tunnel”, to use this worn out phrase.
Were we better off during Saddam’s time? - A question to which many outsiders are very keen to know our answer. Well, in many respects the streets are much more insecure, yet the security that existed in Saddam’s days was like someone quietly waiting for certain death; like a cancer stricken individual carrying the disease in his guts with no hope or attempt at cure. Yes, the pain and torture may be much more terrible when the surgeon has operated and the disease is tackled; but at least there is hope of recovery and healing, and the prospect of life saving. And this is not allegory, nor a parable; this is coming from someone whose house has been standing in the midst of bombs and explosions for so long now, protected by none but the mercy and grace of the Lord; from someone who has suffered robbery, kidnapping and constant daily danger.
And here we are, trying to organize elections, trying to control the security situation, trying to restart the reconstruction, able to talk, able to think, able to watch satellite T.V., use the internet, the mobile etc. – in short everything that we have been forbidden to do before. And without the slightest hesitation, we hail with Love and Gratitude our giant U.S. friend and his allies, standing with us shoulder to shoulder, braving the elements, braving death, calumny and hatred, shedding blood; to help us heal, to help us reach the shores of safety. And make no mistake, the campaign is winning and will achieve its objectives. Make no mistake; you have already created an allied nation in the very heart of the M.E. despite all appearances, which will produce all the long term benefits and consequences so many times reiterated by President Bush, to the ridicule and insults of the profoundly mistaken, of the profoundly hating.
America, stay the course - God, Decency, Honor, Hope and everything that is virtuous and right is on your side, beside the majority of the Iraqi people. America do not waiver, for you have never waged a more noble and just campaign in your entire history. America, we are winning, God’s willing, and Victory is coming sooner than many might think.
Blogger Michelle Malkin posts the irony this artist (Maria Alquilar) created by misspelling the names of Einstein, Shakespeare, Vincent Van Gogh, Michelangelo and seven other historical figures on a $40k ceramic mural commissioned by the city of Livermore to adorn their new public library! The artists idiotic response to this mistake:
"The people that are into humanities, and are into Blake's concept of enlightenment, they are not looking at the words," she said. "In their mind the words register correctly."
My buddy Mike who lives near Livermore tells me that the local paper say Ms. Alquilar now says she won't come to town to fix the spelling mistake because she got so many negative and racist emails. I suppose people called her an "illiterate" and she either doesn't know what it means or maybe it's a common trait of "enlightened" artists like herself so offensive. What makes things worse is that the local paper mentions some California law that prevents a public official from modifying art without the consent of the artist. So I say take the whole thing down or put up a plaque immortilizing the enlightened one as an example of why one should use the public library! If they start a fund to do either I'll contribute.
Thursday, October 07, 2004
Is this the "the other guy is mental" campaign? I guess these ridiculous statements go hand in hand with the Kedwards mantra of "we will do everything better". But seriously, how much of the general public buys that everything (economy, healthcare, security, education, etc.) is screwed up? Could everything be better? Sure, you bet...every single thing in my life can be better! But to listen to Kedwards there isn't a single thing that is at all good, or fine, or just ok. I was going to say Kedwards is in denial of all that is good, but I think they know and they're just lying to scare people into a vote. Would you believe a doctor who said not only can I fix your back, but I can make you smarter, sleep better, more attractive, funny and a world class athlete? This is effectively what they are saying about all things our government has effect on.
If you don't think, like me, that there just simply giving lip service to it can all be better...and you think they actually have a better plan, or a plan at all. I encourage you to visit their campaign website and show me the details of a plan for any of these things they will do better. For example show me the actual details of a plan, and a realistic one, for what they will do different than Bush on national security. It's easy to say we will improve this and that, it's another to actually get the Congress and House to cooperate or for foreign governments to respect you. On that later, you can be sure hostile or possibly hostile nations will not fear Kerry. While he says he will "Modernize The World's Most Powerful Military To Meet New Threats" he also says he will stop all nuclear related weapons systems development. Yet he believes a nuclear threat is our biggest! I guess being on the wrong side of history with the cold war and the effectiveness and deterrent power of awesome fire power is lost on Kerry.
Oh, let us not forgot those outside our great country who also dislike Bush and so for no other reason like Kerry: North Korea, Iran, Al Qaeda and the Ba'ath Party, Al-Jazeera and plenty more. Don't believe me? Just do a Google search of "terrorits for Kerry" and see what you get.
It's clear to me that majority of those now in support of Kerry do so for disingenuous reasons including it's really just a vote against Bush. What a joke!
Wednesday, October 06, 2004
"WE BE BAD. . . . We're three-quarters grizzly bear and two-thirds car-wreck and descended from a stock-market crash on our mother's side. You take your Germany, France and Spain, roll them all together, and it wouldn't give us room to park our cars. We're the big boys, Jack, the original giant economy-sized new and improved butt-kickers of all time."
Last night Edwards appealed to swing voters by acknowledging that "Saddam Hussein was a threat that needed to be addressed directly." Then he moved back to the left by saying that if the U.N. weapons inspectors "had time to do their job, they would have discovered what we now know, that in fact Saddam Hussein had no weapons, that in fact Saddam Hussein has no connection with 9/11, that in fact Saddam Hussein has little or no connection with al Qaeda."
It's a similar story on domestic policy. Kedwards want to cut taxes (yours) and raise taxes (on the other fellow, that rich scoundrel). They "believe that marriage is between a man and a woman," as Edwards said last night, but "we should not use the Constitution to divide this country."
Your're blinded by Bush related EBD if you think Kerry or Edwards gives direct and concise prose on topics or to questions on ANY topic.....you would be hard pressed to find this kind of double talk coming out of Bush.
Maybe Spain is the center of terrorism that Kerry was referring to when he said that Iraq was nowhere near it!
We have built a broad and solid record of accomplishment. In the past year, the United States of America has added about 1.7 million new jobs. (Applause.) More than Germany, Japan, Great Britain, Canada and France combined. (Applause.) Real tax -- real after-tax income -- that's the money in your pocket to spend on groceries or house payments and rent -- is up more than 10 percent since I took office. (Applause.) Home ownership is at an all time high in America. (Applause.) Farm income is up. Small businesses are flourishing. The entrepreneurial spirit is strong in the United States of America. (Applause.)
My opponent agrees with all this -- except when he doesn't. (Laughter.) Last week in our debate, he once again came down firmly on every side of the Iraq war. (Laughter.) He stated that Saddam Hussein was a threat and that America had no business removing that threat. Senator Kerry said our soldiers and Marines are not fighting for a mistake -- but also called the liberation of Iraq a "colossal error." He said we need to do more to train Iraqis, but he also said we shouldn't be spending so much money over there. He said he wants to hold a summit meeting, so he can invite other countries to join what he calls "the wrong war in the wrong place at the wrong time." (Laughter and applause.) He said terrorists are pouring across the Iraqi border, but also said that fighting those terrorists is a diversion from the war on terror. (Laughter.) You hear all that and you can understand why somebody would make a face. (Laughter and applause.)
Of course maybe I'm all wet...the DNC might be going after the not so smart doesn't do their homework crowd. Their draft scare email campaign would suggest that.
With cold efficiency, Vice President Dick Cheney sought to eviscerate the credibility of the Democratic presidential ticket Tuesday night delivering a tough and terse message without the smirks and verbal miscues that cluttered President Bush's debate performance five days ago.
The first thing to note is the obvious BIAS of this opening sentence from a news (NOT OP/ED) service....but the total BS about miscues and cluttering a previous debate (huh?) aside....who would you rather have dealing with terrorists around the world everyday....someone with cold efficiency or a smiley southern drawl tort lawyer?
Along similar lines, I think Bush has a cold efficiency of his own....last night on the Tonight Show with Leno a great line from Dennis Miller:
That's why I like Bush. He doesn't over-think it. He wakes up every morning, jumps out of bed, lands on his two feet, scratches his balls, and says, "Let's kill some f@#@$ing terrorists!"
Tuesday, October 05, 2004
My liberal friends will probably bring up something like abortion doctor killers....but these are far more isolated than the tens of thousands of participants in what I speak of and also a connection to an overall party philosophy is completely off base. Again people with EBD (defined in a previous post) fail to recognize their party consists of two easily defined groups with not much inbetween. I'm a proud republican! The two types of Democrats:
The Employed Democrat
- The well off elite who think those less fortunate, and the planet, should benefit from their good fortune regardless of the cost to business and to the self esteem of those receiving a hand out.
- They suffer from pseudo intellectualism.
- They're vain, diet constantly, prone to plastic surgery and other lazy methods of improving ones self.
- That vanity extends past our borders as they long for approval of other nations.
- They belong to a union or group who guarantees (in their mind) employment...they get paid the same amount as everyone else whether good, bad, impassioned or apathetic
- They do little to no homework on issues and people they are willing to ridicule or to embrace.
- They confuse the rights provided by our constitution with entitlements.
- They believe belief in a god, and mentioning it occasionally, is evil.
The Unemployed Democrat
- Actually some are employed at coffee houses, music stores or are paid protestors...but come on, this isn't really being employed!
- While they hold contempt for those who have better jobs than the afore mentioned, they believe those individuals should pay for their existence.
- They don't believe in personal responsibility...everything is the fault of a rich person, a big business or the government.
- They don't particularly care for grooming or personal hygiene.
- The do even less homework on issues and people then the Employed Democrats do.
- They confuse the rights provided by our constitution with entitlements.
- They believe belief in a god is evil.
Saturday, October 02, 2004
It's amazing to me how the hypocrisy so often demonstrated by liberals is so oblivious to them. The other amazing observation about liberals is what I call EBD, or emotional brain disfunction! This is where one takes a position on a topic, or person, with absolutely no facts, logic or coherency but instead is overtaken by emotion that is typically rooted in vitriolic hatred of a person or issue. EBD also renders the afflicted with the inability to recognize undisputed facts which are in direct conflict with their position. Without exception every harsh criticism I have heard about Bush by liberals is based on EBD with their position completely collapsing with just one or two questions. In this WSJ piece you see EBD shown in the form of hypocrisy as they use 9/11 family members on the stump when they criticized the Bush camp for doing so. But the worse form of EBD comes with simple moronic statements I hear from liberals all the time. Do these sound familiar: "Bush lied about WMDs", "he was just thinking about his friend at Halliburton", or my personal favorite: "everything they're saying about him is true, they just haven't found the evidence yet".
EBD sufferers loose all ability to research a topic or person. They can no longer recognize unbias sources of information and conclude they are instead bias if the information conflicts with their EBD based position. I have given the all so elusive (to liberals) facts and sources to many who suffer from EBD and watched the smoke emanate from their ears...it's not pretty.
So, before you catch EBD and spew about the lack of connection between Saddam, Iraq, Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda I suggest you both read opinions from those who have read the 9/11 Commission report or read it yourself...I did.
Friday, October 01, 2004
Kerry will disarm us, look for international approval for any important move and while insulting world leaders and our military somehow get them to do things that Bush couldn't...SURE!
I know its easy for us to arm chair quarterback, especially in hindsight, how Bush could have responded either to questions or in rebuttal to OrangeBoy. And I would agree if he could responded at all or more strongly to some of the more ridiculous things Floppy said he could have ended the race entirely. But I take some solace in the fact that some of the better responses Bush could have used that friends have sent me I could see Bush saying, meaning that he would believe them. Oh well.......one outstanding response I WISH Bush had used that a friend provided is:
This is a race for the President of the US, NOT for the Presidency of the UN. I am here to do everything I can to protect the US – not to just make the UN happy. We did that before and it gave us 9/11, the Cole bombing, the first attack on the WTC.