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calendar   Saturday - March 31, 2007

Barking Moonbat Of The Week

Perhaps instead of Googling “Gulf Of Tonkin” you all should Google “Psycho Bitch From Hell”. If Google doesn’t immediately show you pictures and verbal diarrhea from Rosie O’ Donnell there’s something wrong with Google. I swear, this Lard-Ass-Lesbo-Loser has gotten on my last nerve.

It’s bad enough that she has spent the last several years claiming the WTC collapse was a plot by George W. Bush to start a war overseas. If ABC doesn’t take this miserable moron mouth off the air soon the whole world will think we’re all crazy.

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THE VIEW, March 26

ROSIE O’DONNELL: But interesting with the British sailors, there were 15 British sailors and Marines who apparently went into Iranian waters and they were seized by the Iranians. And I have one thing to say: Gulf of Tonkin, Google it. Okay.

JOY BEHAR: Some other time. Some other time.

O’DONNELL: Well, you know...

BARBARA WALTERS: It could be a decision making time. It’s a very difficult situation. It’s at the United Nations. It’s being examined now. Should there be sanctions? Militarily, we certainly don’t seem to be in the position to do something militarily. But it is a decision making time.

O’DONNELL: Yes, but it’s very interesting too that, you know, these guys, they went into the water by mistake right at a time when British and American, you know, they’re two, they’re pretty much our biggest ally and we’re considering whether or not we should go into war with Iran.

BEHAR: But the U.N. was about to sanction them, also have an embargo against Iran. And the, and the timing [unintelligible] so they distracted the whole world with this.

ELISABETH HASSELBECK: Right and they may be about to expel the inspectors right now, too, which could be considered [unintelligible]

O’DONNELL: Right or it could be just the Gulf of Tonkin, which you should all Google.

-- Transcript from NEWSBUSTERS

BRITISH HOSTAGES

anderson cooper
wake up

False flag operations are covert operations conducted by governments, corporations, or other organizations, which are designed to appear as if they are being carried out by other entities.

the british did it on purpose
into iranian waters
as
US MILITARY BUILD UP ON THE IRANIAN BORDER

we will be in iran
before summer
as planned

come on people
u have 2 c
i know u can

-- Rosie O’Donnell, Rosie’s Blog, March 28


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/31/2007 at 03:01 PM   
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Saturday Silliness

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/31/2007 at 06:45 AM   
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Weekend Eye Candy

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OK, if you’re like me then you probably had to read that stupid “Gulliver’s Travels” by Jonathon Swift when you were in high school English class. In case you missed that exciting novel, here is a clue: Gulliver was this English guy who sailed to sea and his ship was shipwrecked.

When he woke up, he was on an island and had been tied down to the ground by a whole mob of tiny little people - we’re talking six inch high little people, so Gulliver was a giant. These were the Liliputians and they convinced Gulliver to go beat up on a neighboring kingdom Blefuscu so the Lilliputians could steal their land. Boring ...

Here is the modern-day internet version with Katia Corriveau playing the part of Gulliver, washed up on a lonely beach, tied down to the ground and surrounded by little men. You won’t need Cliff’s Notes for this one, fellas.

Click the image at right to begin your journey (WARNING: NSFW) ...


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Posted by Hugh Hefner   United States  on 03/31/2007 at 06:25 AM   
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Just Because …

Down at an English fair,
One evening I was there,
When I heard a showman shouting
Underneath the flare:

Hoi’ve got a lo-ve-ly bunch o’ coconuts.
There they are a-standin’ in a row.
Big ones, small ones, some as big as yer ‘ead!
Give ‘em a twist, a flick o’ the wrist,
That’s what the showman said.

Hoi’ve got a lo-ve-ly bunch o’ coconuts.
Hevery ball yer throw will make me rich.
There stands me wife, the idol of me life,
Singin’ “roll a-bowl a ball, a penny a pitch!

-- Monty Python, “Lovely Bunch Of Coconuts”

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/31/2007 at 05:53 AM   
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calendar   Friday - March 30, 2007

Aghast!

Sarah Brady is Aghast!

Dear Brady Campaign Member,

I’m simply aghast!

In a 2-1 decision in Parker v. District of Columbia, right-wing activist judges on a Federal Appeals Court recently overturned Washington D.C.’s long-standing restrictions on handguns based on their twisted view of the 2nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution while ignoring more than 60 years of precedent — a decision that endangers America’s gun laws coast-to-coast.

Yes indeed they did.  And yes, our fervant hope is that it does indeed endanger gun laws coast-to-coast.  Heh, heh.

This case could land before the U.S. Supreme Court within the next 6 months

We can only pray.

Please click here to make a commitment of $5 or more per month for the next 6 months.

Bwaaaaahahahahahaha.  I’ve lost, so send me five bucks. 

I think I just peed myself.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 03/30/2007 at 11:46 PM   
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Through The Looking Glass

WTF?

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/30/2007 at 09:44 PM   
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Lost!

Atten-HUT, Zoomies! Yep, we’re lost again. Go figure. We’re back over CONUS, out West and over a USAF base that doesn’t have a lot of aircaft stashed around. The reason is that this base is one of the USAF’s largest training facilities, if not the largest. This is where the Air Force trains the most important people it hires. No, not pilots. This is where aircraft mechanics are trained and they are much, much more important than hot-shot pilots. Just ask any pilot.

This is where 18-year-old young men, fresh out of high school learn how to break down and put back together $5 billion aircraft. If you’re just out of school and wondering what to do with your slacker self, go see your local US Air Force recruiter and tell him The Skipper sent you. What you learn at this school, American Airlines will pay you dearly for when you get out. Trust me.

It is also home to several other training schools, including the one I went to for 11 weeks to to learn how to talk to the nasty, old Burroughs B-3500 base level computers via punchcards and through comlinks to IBM mainframes at AFAFC in Denver so that everyone would get paid. This is where I first got involved with computers in the early 1970’s. The rest is history.

The weather down there is pretty nasty right now at 62 degrees and severe thunderstorms about to move in, so we better get on the ground quick. Final hint: this base is only a short distance from the state line with another state. Ready ... set ... GO!

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“Pay Attention, Airman! This dingus attaches to the watchamacallit and that activates this whoozit here by rotating the whatzit in a 90 degree cycle, causing the airplane to stay in the air which will make your pilot intensely happy with you.”

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/30/2007 at 07:30 PM   
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Top Ten List Of The Week

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It’s time for this weeks’ TOP TEN list and this week we are listing pork!

Top 10 Most Egregious Earmarks Contained in War Supplemental
(HUMAN EVENTS ONLINE)

imageimageThe Democrat-controlled Congress is currently fighting to pass a $120-billion-plus emergency war supplemental laden with pork projects. Last week the House voted 218-212 to pass the bill and the Senate is expected to pass it shortly.

Senate Republicans said they expect President Bush to veto the bill because it sets a timetable for U.S. troop withdrawal in Iraq. The following list highlights the most egregious earmarks contained in the Senate’s version of the bill, as ranked by fiscal hawk Sen. Tom Coburn’s staff.

10. Allows transfer of funds from holiday ornament sales in the Senate gift shop

9. $3 million in funding for sugar cane

8. $3.5 million in additional funding for guided tours of the Capitol

7. $12 million for the Forest Service money which the President requested in the non-emergency fiscal year 2008 budget

6. $20 million for insect damage reimbursements in Nevada

5. $24 million in funding for sugar beets

4. $75 million for salaries and expenses for the Farm Service Agency

3. $165.9 million for fisheries disaster relief, funded through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

2. $40 million for the Tree Assistance Program

1. $100 million in funding for the 2008 national party conventions.


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/30/2007 at 04:21 PM   
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One Lump Or Two?

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“Tea & Sophistry” -by- Cox & Forkum

Judging from the editorial below from the UK’s Telegraph, some in Britain are becoming more hawkish and are ready to declare “enough is enough”.

Ladies and gentlemen, we are bout to enter “interesting times”. Buckle up your seat belt, put on your crash helmet and hang on ...

Online comment: Heading for war with Iran?
-- By Simon Heffer
(TELEGRAPH-UK) - 1:54pm BST 30/03/2007

imageimageI start to wonder whether it might not be time for us to get as nasty with other countries as they do with us. As we wait anxiously to see what will happen to our 15 hostages - for that is what they are - in Teheran, we should feel undiluted rage at the behaviour of other countries and institutions towards us.

Mind you, when those third parties witness the drivelling weakness of the Foreign Office over the last week, and in particular the pathetic show put up by our Foreign Secretary - who must surely be just about the worst in our history - who can blame them?

There is no doubt the 15 were in international waters when captured, or that they were undertaking a United Nations mission in pursuit of upholding UN resolutions. Yet the best the UN itself can do is pass a weak-kneed resolution describing its “grave concern”, rather than a tougher one calling upon all nations to “deplore” Iran’s behaviour.

This is all the fault of Russia, to whom Mr Blair routinely cosies up, and whom the civilised world invites to its annual G8 summit meetings. Russia seems to think it isn’t worth “deploring” the kidnap of our sailors, so we had better start to show Russia what we think of it: by uninviting it from the G8 this year, and every year until it learns some manners.

When not busy ordering the murders of his opponents, Vladimir Putin seems to enjoy hobnobbing with the leaders of civilised countries, so such a sanction would hurt. We don’t have the means to engage in gunboat diplomacy with Iran, and any special forces operation would be fraught with risks both for the hostages and their rescuers.

For the moment, ever-stricter sanctions on Iran seems the only answer. America is resolute about this. So too, oddly, is the world’s greatest sanction-busting nation, France. So the scope for tightening the economic ratchet on Iran, and the means to do so, look healthy. However, we should be under no illusions about the effectiveness of such weapons.

Saddam Hussein, after all, was put under sanctions for years. Real hardship was caused to his people, but almost none at all to him and his ruling clique. President Ahmadinejad of Iran has already threatened Britain about our involvement of “third parties” - that is, the UN - in the present dispute, showing his utter contempt for that organisation.

He would treat sanctions with similar disdain, happily cutting off the noses of his own people to spite their faces. And all the time, the threat he and his inherent instability pose to us all would never cease growing.

Whatever the immediate outcome of this crisis, Britain has some hard decisions to make. Is it worthwhile, any longer, to work through the United Nations? So long as a morally warped nation like Putin’s Russia calls the shots in the Security Council, no.

We can make debating points about how odd it is that Putin deplores Islamic nutters when they attack his forces but is relaxed about them attacking ours, but in the end there is no point in bothering.

The UN showed itself to be weak with Saddam Hussein. It is no better now. If we are going to continue to try to be a player in the Middle East, then we have to throw in our lot with the Americans, for no-one else makes the blindest bit of difference there.

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/30/2007 at 03:38 PM   
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Motivational Poster Of The Day

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/30/2007 at 03:03 PM   
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DC Protest

I’m just now getting caught up on e-mail that came in while I was out last week. It turns out we had representation in DC on March 18 when 5,000 anti-war, Liberal, Leftist, Birkenstock-wearing, anarchist, commie, pinko pigs tried to demonstrate (and possibly disfigure monuments) --- and were met by 30,000 veterans and other sensible people who weren’t about to let any of the asshats mess something up.

BMEWS reader Rancino (in pic below, kneeling in front) and a whole bunch of his buddies made the trip and even though temps were in the teens they had a grand old time taunting the anti-war retards, daring them to get out of hand. The only question I have for Rancino is ... WHICH “Commie Traitor Bitch” were you guys referring to? There’s Jane Fonda, Cindy Sheehan, Susan Sarandon ... a whole Code-Pink-Vagina-Monologues-Shriveled-Up-Hag-Convention of them out on the Left Coast…

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/30/2007 at 01:59 PM   
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On This Day In History

I don’t mean to alarm anyone or get the Bush-haters all excited but there seems to be something about Presidents and past history that everyone is overlooking ....

The term Curse of Tippecanoe (also known as the presidential curse, zero-year curse, the twenty-year curse, or Tecumseh’s curse) is sometimes used to describe the pattern where, from 1840 to 1960, every United States President elected (or reelected) every twentieth year (which always ends in zero (i.e., ‘00, ‘20, ‘40, ‘60, ‘80)) has died in office. The only president to die in office outside of this pattern was Zachary Taylor who was elected in 1848 and died of cholera in 1850, notably a year also ending in zero. The curse apparently was broken by Ronald Reagan, who was first elected in 1980 and survived his presidency, despite having been shot in the chest during an assassination attempt 69 days into his presidency. The next president in the line is the current president, George W. Bush, who was first elected in 2000.

-- Wikipedia, “Curse Of Tippecanoe”

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Washington, March 30, 1981 (NY TIMES) - President Reagan was shot in the chest today by a gunman, apparently acting alone, as Mr. Reagan walked to his limousine after addressing a labor meeting at the Washington Hilton Hotel. The White House press secretary and two law-enforcement officers were also wounded by a burst of shots.

The President was reported in ‘’good’’ and ‘’stable’’ condition tonight at George Washington University Hospital after undergoing two hours of surgery. ‘’The prognosis is excellent,’’ said Dr. Dennis S. O’Leary, dean of clinical affairs at the university. ‘’He is alert and should be able to make decisions by tomorrow.’’

The hospital spokesman said surgeons removed a .22-caliber bullet that struck Mr. Reagan’s seventh rib, penetrating the left lung three inches and collapsing it.

A rapid series of five or six shots rang out at about 2:30 P.M. as Mr. Reagan left the hotel. A look of stunned disbelief swept across the President’s face when the shots were fired just after he raised his left arm to wave to the crowd. Nearby, his press secretary, James S. Brady, fell to the sidewalk, critically wounded.

Eyewitnesses said six shots were fired at the Presidential entourage from a distance of about 10 feet. The assailant had positioned himself among the television camera crews and reporters assembled outside a hotel exit.

The authorities arrested a 25-year-old Colorado man, John W. Hinckley Jr., at the scene of the attack. He was later booked on Federal charges of attempting to assassinate the President and assault on a Federal officer.

Within minutes, Americans were witnessing for the second time in a generation television pictures of a chief executive being struck by gunfire during what appeared to be a routine public appearance. For the second time in less than 20 years, too, they watched as the nation’s leaders scrambled to meet one of the sternest tests of the democratic system.


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/30/2007 at 01:32 PM   
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calendar   Thursday - March 29, 2007

Through The Looking Glass

Air Force Three

WASHINGTON (AP) - March 29, 2007

The Pentagon today finally agreed to provide air transport for Speaker Of The House Nancy Pelosi to use to fly back and forth between Washington and San Francisco. The P-26A below will be stationed at Andrews AFB for Madame Speakers use at any time. The “Peashooter” has an effective range of 313 nautical miles and a top speed of 199 mph, which means Ms. Pelosi will have to refuel inflight a couple of times on the way but due to Defense Department budget cuts by Congress, the $16,500 plane was the only one that could be inserted into the budget at this time.

Pentagon spokesman General C. A. Tastrophe stated to the press that the plane seemed to be appropriate since the new budget Congress just enacted will only allow our troops in Iraq to fight with peashooters themselves ... uless they are allowed by the rules of engagement to throw rocks, which is currently under investigation by the House Armed Services Committee and subject to Supreme Court review.

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/29/2007 at 11:01 PM   
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Lost!

Ready, Zoomies! Raise your flaps and throttle back because I’m lost again. This time I’m overseas over a base below that the USAF shares with the Air Force of another country. The base is named after that little village in the lower left of the picture. There’s a fleet of six KC-135 Stratotankers about to take off down there so we better get out of the way. From 1976 to 1990, this base was home to U-2 and SR-71 Reconnaissance aircraft as part of Strategic Air Command. Final hint: there are only two Taco Bells in this country and one of them is on this base. Yo Quiero!

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/29/2007 at 07:43 PM   
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