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calendar   Thursday - July 22, 2004

While We’re on the Subject of Health Care

I got this from The Best of the Web a couple of days ago.

It is about obesity in the US.

A Whale of a Problem

Obesity is a big problem, we tellya. A big problem. (How big is it?)

It's so big, it has smaller big problems in orbit around it!

Agence France-Presse reports that obesity in the U.S. is an "epidemic." It's "endemic" in Bulgaria (Sofia News Agency) and "pandemic" in Jamaica, where it's known as "globesity" (Jamaica Observer).

How does this sickness spread? Through television (London Daily Telegraph) and tap water (Sunday Mercury, Birmingham, England). Apparently not, however, through food. Britain's Press Association reports Tony Blair's government may fight childhood obesity by encouraging kids to eat more: The free school lunch scheme should be extended to include breakfast and more pupils should be offered free fruit to combat "a mass outbreak of obesity," the Government was urged today.

You know, we're feeling lazy today. We don't want to work; we'd rather just plop down on the couch and "recline there, watching TV, . . . with, say, a bag of Doritos or a large pizza" (Washington Post magazine).

Well, boy do we feel empowered. Now that obesity is a disease, we don't have to work. All we have to do is call in fat! that obesity is declared a "disease" (Jesus, what a bunch of shit!) it looks like Mr. and Mrs. Taxpayer will start paying for Jenny Craig, Atkins and a host of other diet plans to help the fatsoes in this country who are so lazy they can't practice moderation and fail to exercise, control what they eat, how much they eat, and when they eat. Now these fat bastards can sit their fat asses on their barco-loungers, surf their 500 channels of cable TV, eat cheetos, snarf down twinkies, inhale bags of potato chips and guzzle beer to their hearts' content confident that Uncle Sam will now pay for them to lose weight.

And if that fails, they rest comfortably knowing the taxpayer will get stuck with the bill for stapling the stomachs of these fat fucks who fail to exercise self control.

And you think health care is expensive now? Just wait til Jack Sprat and his fat wife start getting tummy tucks.

For more about this, read Jane Chastain's thoughts on where we are headed. How about this: ugliness will be a disease next. And then we can go crying to our doctors to make us pretty. What the hell? Why not? Tax the fuck out of the rich and we'll have a bunch of pretty, but poor, morons running around. Kinda re-defines that song, "Live fast, die young, look pretty." Except it will be on your dime.

Are you as incredulous about this as I am? The fact that we take a program like Medicare, already programmed to go bust in the near future and burden it with even more requirements to take care of the stupid people who refuse to take responsibility for their own health? Just what will we end up with? Nope, sorry, the answer is NOT a failed program. That's right! Government won't allow that to happen. So for all of you still working, busting your asses to pay the mortgage, put food on the table, keeping your car running, and raising your kids---just go ahead, bend over and spread 'em cuz you're gonna take it again and this time Uncle Sam ain't usin' the vaseline!

Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 07/22/2004 at 05:07 PM   
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Vilmar Talks Health Care

Imagine the following: you read this article and, God forbid, sometime in the future you are injured. Seriously injured. You get taken to the emergency room, a place full of screaming babies, drunks, bums, crack addicts, and assorted criminals needing attention before being taken to jail. In this life threatening situation you get cared for first, of course. So you're lying there on a gurney, remembering what you read today and you ask yourself: do you want a doctor operating on you who needs to have a quiet and distraction free setting in order to operate? Will you get those assurances as you lay there?

Can we further assume you will not mind that a 1 hour surgical procedure may take this doctor 5 hours? Will the doctor have to start all over again if he's distracted? Will he use the right instruments? Operate on the proper limb or organ? Will you die on the table from shock at being open so long?

That's exactly what you may face if these 4 fucktards from California win a lawsuit filed on their behalf by equally fucktarded bottom feeding scum sucking lawyer assholes suing the organization that administers the medical school admission tests.

"Sue for what," you ask?

How about because,
"they were denied extra time to take the exam in violation of California's disability laws."

Now don't that beat all? Oh, yeah, I almost forgot (and this should really make your "feel good" meter peg out): one of these nitwits who is suing suffers from dyslexia and attention deficit disorder! Oh yeah! Way to make ME feel better about the next time I go to a doctor.

Just WHAT THE FUCK is wrong with these lawyers who even TOOK this lawsuit? Can they be identified and possibly summarily shot for being stupid and greedy? Have they no concept of what danger they are subjecting future patients? If they win will hospitals and clinics now have to accommodate and place doctors based on their ability to handle noise, outside interference, stress, etc.?

Maybe it is time to pass a law saying patients have the right to demand all data from their doctors relative to class standing or whether or not the doctor needed "assistance" like extended testing time and special classroom settings relative to ANY of his tests. We would also need the right to demand actual doctor's health records to include any and all claims to disability, granted or not plus an appraisal from three outside doctors attesting to his being free from any disorder such as dyslexia, ADD, etc.

Will we get to that point? Yep! As soon as these moonbats win their lawsuit and after the first hundred or so patients die.

Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 07/22/2004 at 09:28 AM   
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Voting for a One Issue Candidate?

This guy may be a keeper here in Florida and the candidate to vote for in the senatorial primaries next month.

Of course, for me to do so would mean I would have to violate one of my principles when it comes to politicians: that we should not be a single issue voter.

You know what I mean, right? You've run across the type. The asshat who says he won't for so and so because that politician is against abortion or does not support the rights of chickens to have air conditioning prior to execution, or some such nonsense.

Well, I've come as close as I can to becoming one of those voters with Larry Klayman, the founder of Judicial Watch. He has launched a nationwide campaign to get the UN out of the United States.


If you agree, read the article and don't forget to visit his site (here) or go direct to the petition (here)

Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 07/22/2004 at 08:51 AM   
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Norwegians On the Right Track?

Last week I read that Norway was selected as the best country in the world in which to live: best standard of living, great wages, good health care (HIGH TAXES, NATCH!), etc. I thought, "what bullshit! You can keep that place!"

Now, if this group gets its way, they may have to take themselves off since their actions would piss off the rest of the politically correct surrender monkey Europeans.

What is it that is being proposed? The banning of Islam!!! Now I think to myself, "if they pass this, maybe it's time to go visit!"

Here's some of the rationale from the deputy leader of the Progress Party:
"It is about high time Norway and Europe make the ideology Islam and the practice of this, illegal and punishable in the same way as Nazism. The prophet Muhammad urged them to kill everyone infidel. The religion as it is practiced is a threat against our social system and way of life."

Buddy, I could not have said it better.

I only hope they win!

bwah ha ha ha

Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 07/22/2004 at 08:41 AM   
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I really hate to do this to everyone on such short notice, but I'm going to have to disappear for a few weeks. I am burned out and just tired. I also have some very important personal matters to attend to. I will be in a secret, undisclosed location for the next few weeks. When I return I will have some exciting news for everyone.

In the meantime, take care of yourselves and stay safe.

I leave you in Vilmar's good hands for the duration. Please, be kind to him during my absence. I will be back in a few weeks.

Vilmar, you have the conn .... steady as she goes ....

-- Allan

Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/22/2004 at 07:41 AM   
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Daily Dose

Quote Of The Day

"History is the version of past events that people have decided to agree upon."
-- Napoleon Bonaparte (1769 - 1821)

On This Day In History

July 22, 1934 - Dillinger Gunned Down
Outside Chicago's Biograph Theatre, notorious criminal John Dillinger--America's "Public Enemy No. 1"--is killed in a hail of bullets fired by federal agents. In a fiery bank-robbing career that lasted just over a year, Dillinger and his associates robbed 11 banks for more than $300,000, broke jail and narrowly escaped capture multiple times, and killed seven police officers and three federal agents.

In April of 1934, the Dillinger gang went to hide out at a resort in Wisconsin, but the FBI was tipped off. On April 22, the FBI stormed the resort. In a disastrous operation, three civilians were mistakenly shot by the FBI, one of whom died; Baby Face Nelson killed one agent, shot another, and critically wounded a police officer; the entire Dillinger gang escaped.

With two other gang members, Dillinger traveled to Chicago, surviving a shoot-out with Minnesota police along the way. In Chicago, he lived in a safe house and got a facelift to conceal his identity. At some point, he also used acid to burn off his fingerprints. On June 30, he participated in his last robbery, in South Bend, Indiana. The gang got away with about $30,000 at the cost of one officer killed, four civilians shot, and one gang member shot.

In July, Anna Sage, a Romanian-born brothel madam in Chicago and friend of Dillinger's, agreed to cooperate with the FBI in exchange for leniency in an upcoming deportation hearing. She also hoped to cash in on the $10,000 bounty that had been put on his head. On July 22, Sage and Dillinger went to see the gangster movie Manhattan Melodrama at the Biograph Theatre around the corner from her house. Twenty FBI agents and police officers staked out the theater and waited for him to emerge with Sage, who would be wearing an orange dress to identify herself.

At 10:40 p.m., Dillinger came out. Sage's orange dress looked red under the Biograph's lights, which would earn her the nickname "the lady in red." Dillinger was ordered to surrender, but he took off running. He made it as far as an alley at the end of the block before he was gunned down, allegedly because he pulled a gun. Two bystanders were wounded in the gunfire. Public Enemy No. 1, as FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover had deemed him, was dead.

Today's Birthdays

Gregor Mendel, Austrian monk noted for his experimental work on heredity (1822)
Stephen Vincent Benét, American poet and author (1898)
Alexander Calder, American sculptor (1898)

Thanks to The Quotations Page - The History Channel - The Biography Channel.

Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/22/2004 at 07:18 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - July 21, 2004

Arafish Babbles On

Hat tip to James Taranto of Opinion Journal for tipping us off about Yasser Arafish's latest goon tactics. I think it is past time to nuke that cess-pit (Gaza Strip) and Arafish needs to be hung, drawn and quartered ....

Tanks but No Tanks

Yasser Arafat, beleaguered ruler of the Palestinian Arabs, is trying to gin up a health scare, the Washington Times reports from Ramallah:

Arafat accused Israel of polluting the West Bank and Gaza Strip with depleted-uranium bullets, causing a sharp increase in cancer rates.

"They have caused cancer that is like Hiroshima and Nagasaki," Mr. Arafat said in an interview. . . .

Cancer specialists at two hospitals, one in Ramallah and the other in Bethlehem, said they had seen no increase in cancer rates during the current uprising, which began in September 2000.

The Palestinian leader was referring to dense bullets of depleted uranium that are sometimes used by U.S. forces to pierce tank armor. The Palestinians have no tanks.

Meanwhile, the Toronto Globe and Mail reports that Arafat has issued "a warning to Palestinian journalists to cease all coverage of the kind of street protests that rocked the Gaza Strip and some West Bank cities last weekend":

Reporters have also been threatened with severe punishment if they depict clashes between rival groups in the Gaza Strip, such as the gunfight in Rafah that injured 12 people on Sunday.

The ban effectively prevents international news outlets from covering these events, since they depend on Palestinian photographers, reporters and editors to produce news footage and written copy for broadcasters, print media and wire services.

The last time such threats were issued was in September of 2001, when Palestinian reporters were forced to suppress images of huge street celebrations in Nablus and Bethlehem after the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington. International news bureau chiefs for wire services including Reuters and Associated Press were warned that their cameramen would be in danger if their footage was broadcast in the West.

This, of course, is just the kind of censorship that delusional left-wingers accuse the American government of practicing.

Arafat won a Nobel Peace Prize in 1994.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/21/2004 at 06:49 PM   
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The War Is Lost

Up until now the War Against Fat has been going pretty well. You've been trying the South Beach Diet and later the Atkins Diet. Working those pounds and blubber off has been a real struggle but you're making headway. You've lost five or ten pounds and the future is starting to look good, not to mention your waistline.

But now the evil terrorists at Krispy Kreme have launched a new offensive that somehow sneaked in under the radar at the Department Of Homeland Cellulite Security. Those evil bastards at KK just never stop in their Jihad against skinny people.

Their latest attack on dieters consists of taking their famous double-dipped, deep-fried, sugary, chocolate-coated doughnuts and .... and .... (the horror) .... converting them into MILKSHAKES! Yeegads! It's the end of civilization as we know it!

A 20 ounce Double Chocolate shake has 740 calories and 160 grams of carbs (that's the equivalent of a Wendy's Classic Double w/everything and Biggie fries). Just one of these babies could feed Ethiopia for a month and KK wants you to slurp one all by yourself? We urge you to "don't do it". Give peas a chance.

Do you want to end up looking like this?


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/21/2004 at 02:16 PM   
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Plane Ticket To Mongolia?

Linda Ronstadt recently had this to say after being canned at the Aladdin Casino in Las Vegas for starting a riot with her political statements urging people in the audience to go see Michael Moore's "F-9/11".
The state of the nation: "I saw a movie recently about a camel and these people in Mongolia, and I relate to them better than people here in this country. It looks like (Germany's) Weimar Republic to me here."
Weimar Republic, my ass!

Well, we here at BMEWS think Ms. Ronstadt should not be subjected to living under the cruel dictatorship in America even one day longer. We think Ms. Ronstadt deserves to be given a free one-way airplane ticket to Mongolia ASAP. There, at last, she can commune with the camels and the people she adores. Who knows, maybe the Mongolians can appreciate Michael Moore's bullshit truth and honesty.

Please send your donations to Ms. Ronstadt today and let her know how you feel about Mongolia and her political insights. Encourage her to get on that plane as quickly as possible .... and send us a postcard from Ulan Bator soon. We will miss her insightful political analysis but hey, we will muddle through somehow.

Send your donations (and encouragement) to:

Linda Ronstadt
Trident Media Group LLC
41 Madison Ave Fl 33
New York, NY 10010

Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/21/2004 at 10:02 AM   
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First Daughter Competition

Republican Presidents have great-looking daughters. President Bush has two little cuties ....

Democratic Presidents have daughters who hang out with Communists ....

And some Democratic Presidents have daughters who are just plain homely ....
(like her mother) ....

And some Democratic Presidential "wannabes" have daughters who have nothing to hide ....
(unlike her father, who, by the way, served in Vietnam for four months)


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/21/2004 at 03:43 AM   
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Quote Of The Day

"One ought never to turn one's back on a threatened danger and try to run away from it. If you do that, you will double the danger. But if you meet it promptly and without flinching, you will reduce the danger by half."
-- Sir Winston Churchill

On This Day In History

July 21, 1861 - The First Battle Of Bull Run
In the first major land battle of the Civil War War Of Northern Aggression, a large Union force under General Irvin McDowell is routed by a Confederate army under General Pierre G.T. Beauregard.

Three months after the Civil War War Of Northern Aggression erupted at Fort Sumter, Union military command still believed that the Confederacy could be crushed quickly and with little loss of life. In July, this overconfidence led to a premature offensive into northern Virginia by General McDowell. Searching out the Confederate forces, McDowell led 34,000 troops--mostly inexperienced and poorly trained militiamen--toward the railroad junction of Manassas, located just 30 miles from Washington, D.C. Alerted to the Union advance, General Beauregard massed some 20,000 troops there and was soon joined by General Joseph Johnston, who brought some 9,000 more troops by railroad.

On the morning of July 21, hearing of the proximity of the two opposing forces, hundreds of civilians--men, women, and children--turned out to watch the first major battle of the Civil War War Of Northern Aggression. The fighting commenced with three Union divisions crossing the Bull Run stream, and the Confederate flank was driven back to Henry House Hill. However, at this strategic location, Beauregard had fashioned a strong defensive line anchored by a brigade of Virginia infantry under General Thomas J. Jackson. Firing from a concealed slope, Jackson's men repulsed a series of Federal charges, winning Jackson his famous nickname "Stonewall."

Meanwhile, Confederate cavalry under J.E.B. Stuart captured the Union artillery, and Beauregard ordered a counterattack on the exposed Union right flank. The rebels came charging down the hill, yelling furiously, and McDowell's line was broken, forcing his troops in a hasty retreat across Bull Run. The retreat soon became an unorganized flight, and supplies littered the road back to Washington. Union forces endured a loss of 3,000 men killed, wounded, or missing in action while the Confederates suffered 2,000 casualties. The scale of this bloodshed horrified not only the frightened spectators at Bull Run but also the U.S. government in Washington, which was faced with an uncertain military strategy in quelling the "Southern insurrection" attacking the Southerners' defense of their homeland.

Today's Birthdays

Ernest Hemingway, American novelist (1899)
Janet Reno, U.S. Attornery General (1938)
Kenneth Starr, Independent counsel (1946)

Thanks to The Quotations Page - The History Channel - The Biography Channel.

Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/21/2004 at 02:25 AM   
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calendar   Tuesday - July 20, 2004

On Gay Marriage

One of the hot-button issues of this Presidential campaign is the subject of "gay marriage". Personally, I think everyone has it all wrong. That includes the Left and the Right. We have more important issues to obsess over during this election year, like national security, the economy, taxes, etc. I think it's time to defuse this issue before it gets out of hand.

For the record, I am not homophobic or "anti-gay". I am, however, a staunch Conservative and can proudly boast that I have never voted for a Democrat or Liberal candidate for office since 1972 (when I became eligible to vote). Regarding homosexuality, I can sum up my entire philosophy about homosexuals in three words: "I DON'T CARE". It is no more any of my business what Bruce and Steve do in their home than it is what Bill and Susan do in theirs. I just don't care. All I ask is that they keep it to themselves. I don't want to have Bruce and Steve over for dinner and listen to their sexual exploits any more than I want to have Bill and Susan over for lunch and listen to them talk about their love life. LA-LA-LA-LA-LA .... I CAN'T HEAR YOU ....

Love is a private matter between two human beings. The only type of "love" I absolutely, totally disapprove of is that between that damned gecko and the gorgeous brunette in the GEICO commercials on TV. There is no place for "lizard love" in my universe.

I also have a problem with incest and polygamy although not as intense as my dislike of "lizard love". Anything else .... I couldn't care less. As long as it involves two consenting adults.

Which brings me to the subject of "gay marriage" (again). Here's the problem: Conservatives and Liberals are taking it too seriously because of an often misunderstood Article of the Constitution ....
Article IV

Section 1. Full faith and credit shall be given in each state to the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state. And the Congress may by general laws prescribe the manner in which such acts, records, and proceedings shall be proved, and the effect thereof.

Section 2. The citizens of each state shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of citizens in the several states.
What did the framers of the Constitution intend with that? Generally speaking, they wanted to insure some sort of homogeneity between the states such that if you bought land in Georgia, the Florida government had to recognize you as a landowner. Or if you were tried of a crime in Nebraska and acquitted, then the Texas government had to recognize that you were a free man. And on and on ....

Here's the catch, though .... whatever you may think, in legal terms "marriage" is a contract between you and another human being that is licensed by the state in which you reside. Did you catch that word? Let me repeat it: licensed. Marriage is not a "right" bestowed upon you by a state or federal government. You are simply given a "marriage license" that entitles you to live together legally and enjoy the benefits of your mutual contract.

Here's the point everyone out there (and I do mean everyone) is missing: historically, "licenses" have not been transferable from state to state. Don't believe me? Try moving from Mississippi to Indiana. You have 60 days to turn in your Mississippi driver's license, take a written test and get issued an Indiana license. Fail the test and you get no license and can't drive in Indiana. Or an even better example, move from Indiana to Illinois. Your license to carry a concealed weapon is no longer valid at all and you better leave your firearms at home. The list goes on: fishing licenses issued in Louisiana are not valid in Arkansas - you need to re-apply. Hunting licenses, ditto.

Marriage licenses are the only state-issued licenses that have never been treated this way and that has only been by public consensus. A marriage license is still a state issued license just like the others mentioned above, no more and no less.

The solution to this whole "gay marriage" issue is really quite simple: treat marriage licenses just like other state-issued licenses. If you get married in Ohio and later move to Wyoming, you go to the courthouse, present evidence of your marriage in Ohio, take a test (optional) and get issued a Wyoming marriage license. If the voters of Wyoming pass a law saying "gay marriage" is not legal then .... let me see, you get issued a temporary permit to live together while you're in Wyoming but without the benefits of a legal Wyoming license (whatever they may be). I'm sure our various state legislators can sort out the details.

This solution is really very simple and satisfies everyone, Liberals as well as Conservatives. If a homosexual couple wants to get married in California or Massachusetts and the law there says the state may issue them a marriage license, then they may feel free to do so and enjoy all the privileges of married bliss (whatever they may be).

If, however, that homosexual couple decides to move to some other state where "gay marriage" licenses are not issued, they know beforehand that the rules will be different in their new home. And if they decide to sue in their new home state because they think their "rights" are being violated, everyone yell "BULLSHIT!" because, as stated above, marriage is not a "right". It is merely a state-issued license.

On this issue, Conservatives are wrongly assuming it is a Constitutional issue and an attack on "traditional marriage" from the Left. Liberals are wrongly assuming it is a Constitutional tool they can use. Both sides are wrong for all the wrong reasons. Liberals want to use state-issued licenses to enforce a Liberal agenda nationwide, regardless of what the people in other states think. They wrongly assume marriage is a "right". Conservatives, on the other hand, see it as something in the Constitution that needs to be fixed or sodomy will be forced on the nation as a whole, thereby destroying the "sanctity of marriage".

I say to both sides: the solution is right there, in front of your eyes .. as I described above. Stop fighting over a non-issue.

And while we're at it, let's make marriage licenses renewable every ten years or so, just like driver's licenses. If the marriage is failing, the couple just doesn't renew the license (of course suitable penalties would apply for "early withdrawal"). We could put millions of divorce lawyers out of business overnight. And that would be a good thing, wouldn't it? And don't even get me started on "learner's permits" ....

OK, everyone! Time to weigh in on this issue! The discussion is wide-open. Tell me if you think I'm full of shit on this issue. Tell me if you think I'm right or wrong. Speak your mind or forever hold your peace.

Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/20/2004 at 06:00 PM   
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Under the radar?

Hell, I'm on a roll and it's raining (finally) so I might as well post one more. Then it's off to re-write and re-design my website.

It was only after reading a letter to the editor in my local paper that it dawned on me: the recent vote in the senate on same sex marriage failed, 50-48. Sure, you probably all noticed it or read it or saw it. That means two senators were missing. We all know who they are, right? The Poodle and The Breck Girl. Yep, we all knew that, too.

But what's never been addressed by media is the link between this failure to vote and the lack of leadership skills displayed by these two assclowns for not voting. What does that tell you about how they want to be perceived?

I see it as nothing more than a couple of snake oil salesmen who think they are too slick. Do we really want someone in charge of this country who can not commit to an issue simply because he does not want to piss off any group of people? Do we want a guy who looks for ways to weasel out of commitments? If so, The Poodle is your man.

I once had a local County Commissioner use the logic these assholes are using to NOT vote to try and explain why he DID vote for something we were all against ideologically. He said he voted for the measure because he knew that if he voted against it there would be no effect as he was outnumbered so by voting for it he was proving to the others he was not antagonistic. For a while I actually understood what he was trying to do. Then I got wise and realized he's nothing but a weasel.

At least we know where our President stands. That's the kind of person I want to see running---one who has the courage of his convictions and is unafraid to tell you which side he stands on in relation to any fence.

In the end, true colors flying proudly, we have the Poodle and his Puppy..... a couple of low-down, dirty, rotten, verminous scoundrels unfit to grace our White House.

And, OBTW, I looked at a Washington Post article about this vote. It takes them 19 (NINETEEN) paragraphs to inform the reader that The Poodle and The Breck Girl did not vote.

Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 07/20/2004 at 02:23 PM   
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Stuff for you to pass on

I forgot where I got this link but do us all a favor and spread this to as many people as you can. Hell, send it to everyone in your address book.

It deals with 40 reasons to vote for Bush or 40 reasons to NOT vote for Kerry. Good stuff!

Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 07/20/2004 at 02:06 PM   
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Not that very many people ever read this far down, but this blog was the creation of Allan Kelly and his friend Vilmar. Vilmar moved on to his own blog some time ago, and Allan ran this place alone until his sudden and unexpected death partway through 2006. We all miss him. A lot. Even though he is gone this site will always still be more than a little bit his. We who are left to carry on the BMEWS tradition owe him a great debt of gratitude, and we hope to be able to pay that back by following his last advice to us all:
  1. Keep a firm grasp of Right and Wrong
  2. Stay involved with government on every level and don't let those bastards get away with a thing
  3. Use every legal means to defend yourself in the event of real internal trouble, and, most importantly:
  4. Keep talking to each other, whether here or elsewhere
It's been a long strange trip without you Skipper, but thanks for pointing us in the right direction and giving us a swift kick in the behind to get us going. Keep lookin' down on us, will ya? Thanks.


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