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calendar   Thursday - October 14, 2004

Iraq For Dummies

Why do we fight?

To free the surviving relatives of hundreds of thousands of Iraqis who were slaughtered and buried in mass graves .. some of them unborn children and toddlers clutching their dolls and toys when they were murdered and buried.

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Where are the weapons of mass destruction that caused all this?

The picture of the Iraqi WMD is below .... before and after justice was delivered by the US Armed Forces.

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What is the US’s exit strategy?

Train Iraqi police and troops to protect their own country. 32,000 are being trained in Jordan .... here is the first batch.

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Surely, even someone as blinded by political ideology as John Kerry and John Edwards can understand this? Do you really expect them to admit it though? Not a chance. Their only goal is to grab power here in the US. As far as Kerry/Edwards are concerned, the Iraqi people would still be under Saddam Hussein’s butal rule while the US deals with the ”nuisance” of having 3,000 people murdered in the World Trade Center.

Now, do you understand?


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 10/14/2004 at 04:01 PM   
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Kerry vs. Kerry

Highlights From Last Night’s Debate ....

Kerry: They’ve cut the Pell Grants and the Perkins loans to help kids be able to go to college.

Bush: Let me start with the Pell Grants. In his last litany of misstatements. He said we cut Pell Grants. We’ve increased Pell Grants by a million students. That’s a fact.

Kerry: But you know why the Pell Grants have gone up in their numbers? Because more people qualify for them because they don’t have money.

You know, at about this point in the debate I could distinctly hear the voice of Charles Durning in the movie “Best Little Whorehouse In Texas”, who as governor sang this little tune ....

Ooooooooooooh, I love to dance a little side-step ..
Now they see me, now they don’t, I’ve come and gone ..
And, oooooooh, I love to sweep around the wide step ..
Cut a little swathe and lead the people on ..

Kerry played that role perfectly all night as he changed his position (and his story) several times. Then Bush came back with this little rejoinder that cracked me up ....

Bush: You know, there’s a main stream in American politics and you sit right on the far left bank. As a matter of fact, your record is such that Ted Kennedy, your colleague, is the conservative senator from Massachusetts.

All in all, I think Bush won. The real debate was between Kerry and Kerry. Bush was just a confused observer .... kinda like all the rest of us watching.

Kerry is still trying to decide whether the number of Pell Grants has gone up or down and whether or not he should actually make a statement (on any subject) and stick to it. Tha boy is made of Teflon, I tells ya! Nothing sticks to him for very long .... except rich widows, of course.


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 10/14/2004 at 02:21 PM   
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Minimum Wage Debate

When I heard President Bush’s reply to Fuckface’s proposal for higher minimum wages I got so upset I turned the radio off. 

ISSUE: Raise minimum wage
Response: We need to make education more accountable

WTF?

I know where he was coming from but there was no lead-in to the education thing.  THIS is the answer he should have given:

“Look, Bob.  Wages are something to be negotiated between the employer and the employee.  It is not the job of government to set wages for private sector employees.  Our Constitution specifically states that the government is not to alter the terms of a contract between individuals. 

The matter of wages paid for services rendered is something to be resolved in negotiations between the employer and employee and then expressed in the terms of a contract between the parties. 

The government has no role here. 

And while I’m addressing this, let’s talk about the people who are actually earning the minimum wage.  Most of these people are teenagers working in entry-level jobs.  They’re developing job skills and will only spend a minimum amount of time at the minimum wage. 

But what about that small number of people who are trying to raise a family on minimum wage.  My opponent won’t say this.  It’s harsh, but it’s the truth.  If you have done such a pathetic job of developing job skills and a work ethic that you cannot earn more than the minimum wage, then you have no business having children.  We have far too many people in this country who have children that they know full well they cannot afford to raise. 

The answer to this problem is not to force employers to pay them more than they are worth.  The answer is to educate people as to the cost of properly raising a child, and to encourage them to make sure they can pay the bills before they make the decision to have a baby.”

Thanks to Neal Boortz.

One more thing from me:  why is it we need to reward laziness or lack of ambition in people who have min-wage jobs with families?  And in so doing reward teenagers, stay-at-home moms bored with staying at home, or senior citizens looking to make a bit of pocket change? After all they make up a lion’s share of minimum wage employees.

Will they give employers more productivity for the increase in pay?  Will service we get from them become 35% better?

HA!!!  Keep dreaming!


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 10/14/2004 at 12:55 PM   
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“Anybody” But Bush?

A.B.B. That’s all we’ve heard for over a year now. The Democratic Party has been running with this catch-phrase since day one. Has any one out there paused to really examine what they meant? I just did and I realized they would prefer “Toto The Wonder Dog” in the White House rather than President Bush. That’s madness, people. Look at the candidates they threw out to the party faithful last year about this time:

1) Al Sharpton - a loud mouthed race baiting populist with no new ideas and absolutely no common sense.

2) Dennis Kucinich - who believed aliens from outer space were spying on him.

3) Dick Gephart - Barbara Streisand’s bitch, at the beck and call of Gollywood.

4) Joe Lieberman - the only one of the bunch with even a small dose of common sense.

.... and finally ....

5) John Kerry - who not only changes his mind from day to day but changes his position in the middle of a debate (read last night’s debate transcript).

The Democrats were serious. They truly meant anybody but Bush.

What do you think, America? I don’t agree 100% with George Bush but DAMMITALL why did the Democrats finally decide to run ”Toto The Wonder Poodle”?

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 10/14/2004 at 12:25 PM   
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Democrat Party Scandal

Thanks to Drudge, we have the following campaign literature from the DNC in Colorado. Read the first two paragrpahs .... they’re already setting up plans to challenge the election.

THIS IS AN OUTRAGE!

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 10/14/2004 at 10:35 AM   
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Time To Act

Go here to read about how Fuckface’s supporters are trying to stop Sinclair broadcasting from showing the 41 minute documentary called “Stolen Honor.”

Start making phone calls and sending emails. Please!  Numbers and stations and email addresses are provided in the link.

Remember, the left operates from an authoritarian perspective on matters of political speech. They are forever screaming, “censorship” if we so much as criticize them.  Yet who are the first to actually seek government intervention when confronted by those who disagree with them?

(thanks to BobF for the link)


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 10/14/2004 at 06:29 AM   
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New Campaign Button

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 10/14/2004 at 06:20 AM   
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I Have a Plan!

I have a plan.  But I can’t tell you about it. And I won’t.  And I will pout if you insist on asking me.

I don’t care what you say about my calling a press conference and having two of my ass-suckers criticize the President on Iraq and say I have a plan for what I’d do differently.  You can’t ask me about those plans.  You can only ask me about what other crticisms I have of the President.  Deatils are not what we want to talk about!

Return to real world....................................

HUH?!?!?!?  You call a press conference, criticize the encumbent and then offer no solution?  I learned a long time ago if you criticize something you better have a better way of doing it or you’d better keep your piehole shut!

Why is it different for Fuckface and his minions?


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 10/14/2004 at 06:13 AM   
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I Want My Free Guns!!!!!

Now here’s an interesting twist on something Fuckface mentioned in the last debate. For those of you who caught it, it went like this:

The question:

“Senator Kerry,” she asked in the town-hall debate, “suppose you are speaking with a voter who believed abortion is murder and the voter asked for reassurance that his or her tax dollars would not go to support abortion, what would you say to that person?”

His response?

“[B]ut you have to afford people their constitutional rights. And that means . . . making certain that you don’t deny a poor person the right to be able to have whatever the constitution affords them if they can’t afford it otherwise.”

Terence Jeffrey takes you through this little act but first asks you to assume for the sake of argument that the Constitution DOES grant you the right to an abortion.  Because obviously, based on Fuckface’s answer, he believes it does.

So.....here is where it gets good.

If he believes that and we DEFINITELY know the Constitution says we have the right to bear arms, to take his answer to its logical conclusion, poor people should have their guns paid for by taxpayers!!!  Right?  After all, it’s in the Constitution that they have the right to bear arms, right?  Would he support that, too?  Or the rights of homosexuals to have same sex sodomy?  AAAAAHHH!!!!  I didn’t think so!


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 10/14/2004 at 06:09 AM   
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The Healer

Amen!  Allelujah!!  Vote for us and we’ll cure all your ills!!!  Are you blind?  You’ll see!  Can’t walk?  You will!  Got AIDS?  You won’t.  Can’t remember who you are?  We’ll fix that.  Plus a chcicken in every pot, a Mercedes SUV in your garage, a wave runner on your trailer, and hot and cold running maids to clean your house.

LIARS!!!!!!!

Fuckface and his Butt-Buddy, the Breck Girl are going around touting that stem cell research will solve all manner of humankind’s problems.

“We will stop juvenile diabetes, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and other debilitating disease. When John Kerry is president, people like Christopher Reeve are going get up out of that wheelchair and walk again.”

When asked about fetal versus adult stem cells, Fuckface said:

“scientists have told him “we have the option” of curing Parkinson’s, diabetes and spinal-cord injuries using embryonic stem cells.”

So what do the scientists say?

“What Kerry has done here is told the big lie about embryonic stem cells.”

What I wished President Bush had told this dipshit, sorry waste of human skin, excuse for a man is this:  “Senator Kerry, maybe you can explain for the American people why it was that when government funding was used to map the human genome, estimates were that it would take 10-15 years or more.  As soon as the government stopped doing the research and allowed the private sector to do so, the human genome was mapped in something like 3 years.  Would you care to give the American public a simple economics lesson here as it involves risk and capitalism?  Oh, you can’t, can you?  Well, I expected as much from a pinko like you who lives in mansions, wind surfs, skis drives SUVs you claim not to own and pay only 12.6% in taxes while wanting others to pay more.

I’ll explain it for you.

My fellow Americans, the reason the private sector was able to do what the government could not is simple:

1.  so long as government is funding something, companies have no incentive to do the same thing.  They see this as funding a project for which they will receive no benefit.  Plus, why should companies sink capital into doing something someone else is spending billions on? For example: if your neighbor were building a fence smack dab on your property lines and didn’t ask you to share costs would you build a second one on your side at YOUR expense?

2. when companies DO assist it is with the understanding that they can not benefit unilaterally on such basis

3. when government drops out and companies fund the studies they are incentivised to do so by proprietary rights and patents not to mention the fame and glory (good will) that goes with the accomplishment

So if we truly want to see results in stem cell research, it must be up to the private sector to do so.

Thank you.  Senator, you may go home now and play on your yacht.  This election is over for you.  You are too stupid to grasp simple concepts.


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 10/14/2004 at 06:03 AM   
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Cowboys and ………?

I saw this and immediately thought:

“Hey, no problem!  You sheetheads continue acting the way you are and when we’re done playing Cowboys and Arabs there won’t be enough of you camel-fuckers for us to care about.”


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 10/14/2004 at 06:01 AM   
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How About Them Yankees!!!

Maybe all ya’ll would like to see a Houston-Boston matchup (how cute, The Bush State versus the Kerry State!!) but it ain’t gonna happen.

Nanny nanny boo boo!

(**Snickers.  Walks away chortling**)


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 10/14/2004 at 06:01 AM   
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It’s All Yours

Frankly, I am tired of the debates.  I know myself all too well and know what I WOULD have said had it been me up there.  But I didn’t hear those things.

So here’s your chance. 

Tell us what you heard.  Tell us what you didn’t hear.  Tell us who you thought won and why.

Start now.


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 10/14/2004 at 05:57 AM   
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Daily Dose

Quote Of The Day

“I am saddened by the fact that Vietnam has yet again been inserted into the campaign, and that it has been inserted in what I feel to be the worst possible way. By that I mean that yesterday, during this Presidential campaign, and even throughout recent times, Vietnam has been discussed and written about without an adequate statement of its full meaning.”
-- John Kerry, Jan. 30, 1992



On This Day In History
October 14th

1947 - Chuck Yeager Breaks The Sound Barrier
U.S. Air Force Captain Chuck Yeager becomes the first person to fly faster than the speed of sound. Yeager, born in Myra, West Virginia, in 1923, was a combat fighter during World War II and flew 64 missions over Europe. He shot down 13 German planes and was himself shot down over France, but he escaped capture with the assistance of the French Underground. After the war, he was among several volunteers chosen to test-fly the experimental X-1 rocket plane, built by the Bell Aircraft Company to explore the possibility of supersonic flight. For years, many aviators believed that man was not meant to fly faster than the speed of sound, theorizing that transonic drag rise would tear any aircraft apart. All that changed on October 14, 1947, when Yeager flew the X-1 over Rogers Dry Lake in Southern California. The X-1 was lifted to an altitude of 25,000 feet by a B-29 aircraft and then released through the bomb bay, rocketing to 40,000 feet and exceeding 662 miles per hour (the sound barrier at that altitude). The rocket plane, nicknamed “Glamorous Glennis,” was designed with thin, unswept wings and a streamlined fuselage modeled after a .50-caliber bullet. Because of the secrecy of the project, Bell and Yeager’s achievement was not announced until June 1948. Yeager continued to serve as a test pilot, and in 1953 he flew 1,650 miles per hour in an X-1A rocket plane. He retired from the U.S. Air Force in 1975 with the rank of brigadier general.

1066 - The Normans, under William the Conqueror, defeated the English at the Battle of Hastings.

1964 - Martin Luther King, Jr., was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his work in civil rights.

1968 - The first live telecast from a staffed U.S. spacecraft was transmitted from Apollo 7.



Today’s Birthdays

Dwight D. Eisenhower, (1890–1969), American general and 34th President of the United States
William Penn, (1644–1718), English Quaker, founder of Pennsylvania

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


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