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calendar   Wednesday - May 09, 2007

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/09/2007 at 12:50 PM   
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They Never Learn

The biggest complaint Democrats and the Liberal media have always had with President Bush is that he is “stubborn, intractable and refuses to change course in the face of overwhelming odds.” Well, what do you call a Democrat-controlled Congress that just had a bullshit, pork-filled war appropriations bill vetoed if they come right back and do the same thing over and over again? I call it pathetic pussies pursuing popular votes with partisan politics. Doesn’t that just “P” you off?

Now they’re proposing to fund the troops in the field only two months at a time - with a pop quiz being given to the Iraqi government every sixty days and a grade of C- or lower means no more allowance or milk money. I have a better idea ... why don’t we pay these bastards in Congress two months at a time and if they don’t act like adults, pass real honest legislation and do the job the Constitution assigns them to do - then we cut their pay and send them home. What say you?

House Bill Ties War Funding to Iraq Benchmarks
Measure Would Free Half the Money Now, Require a Second Vote for Approval in July
(WASHINGTON POST) - Wednesday, May 9, 2007

A House Democratic proposal introduced yesterday that would give President Bush half of the money he has requested for the war effort, with a vote in July on whether to approve the rest, hinges on progress in meeting political benchmarks that Iraq has thus far found difficult to achieve.

The House measure, which could come to a vote as early as tomorrow, would substantially raise the pressure on Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s government to meet lagging commitments—including new laws on oil revenue and de-Baathification, constitutional revisions, provincial elections and the demobilization of militias—that Bush has said are crucial to the success of the U.S. military strategy.

The plan would make about $43 billion of the administration’s requested $95.5 billion immediately available to fund the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, train troops from both nations and pay for other military needs. Congress’s approval of the rest, intended to last through September, would await Iraqi passage of restructuring laws, or Bush’s ability to prove that significant progress had been made. The July vote would mark the first time a mandatory funding cutoff would come before Congress.

Most of the anticipated Iraqi changes are locked in disputes among and within regional and sectarian groups, and some have moved further from agreement in recent weeks. A deadline of next Tuesday for presenting a constitutional revision package to the Iraqi Parliament is likely to be only partially met, Bush administration officials said. A group of oil and gas laws due by the end of the month remains mired in debate.

Administration officials also acknowledge there has been no progress on a de-Baathification law that would permit former members of Saddam Hussein’s ruling party—most of them Sunnis—greater access to government and security jobs, or toward disarming and demobilizing Shiite militias.

Delays and setbacks in promulgating the restructuring legislation, let alone passing and implementing it, was a major subject at last week’s “neighbors conference” on Iraq held in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. As Iraq’s Sunni Arab neighbors sharply questioned the commitment of the Maliki government, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice recognized the slow progress and pleaded for patience and help: “If Iraq fails to achieve these goals of stability and democracy, we will all pay.” Most of the Arabs dislike Maliki and consider him a pawn of Iran’s Shiite rulers.

Administration officials, while conceding Iraqi delays, described the Democrats’ proposals as dangerous, and even worse than the “redeployment” conditions in the vetoed bill. “Now we’re in Excedrin headache No. 1,” a State Department official said. “How do you fight a war two months at a time?”

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/09/2007 at 07:54 AM   
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Blogging, Part I

Rule #1: It’s not about you.

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/09/2007 at 07:47 AM   
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Terrorist Profile

Carefully examine the list of names and descriptions of the six people below. See if you can spot any similarity between these people and the 19 men who slammed airplanes into the WTC on 9/11. Picture them all with beards, carrying Korans, mumbling to themselves and always looking intensely angry at everyone. Take your time. I know this is difficult. Just pretend you’re a TSA airport screener ....

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Six Men Arrested in a Terror Plot Against Fort Dix
CAMDEN, N.J. (NY TIMES) — May 9, 2007

Six Muslim men from New Jersey and Philadelphia were charged Tuesday with plotting to attack Fort Dix with automatic weapons and possibly even rocket-propelled grenades, vowing in taped conversations “to kill as many soldiers as possible,” federal authorities said.

The arrests came after a 15-month investigation during which the F.B.I. and two informers who had infiltrated the group taped them training with automatic weapons in rural Pennsylvania, conducting surveillance of military bases in the Northeast, watching videos of Osama bin Laden and the 9/11 hijackers and trying to buy AK-47 assault rifles.

The authorities described the suspects as Islamic extremists and said they represented the newest breed of threat: loosely organized domestic militants unconnected to — but inspired by — Al Qaeda or other international terror groups.

But the criminal complaint that details the plot describes an effort that was alternately ambitious and clumsy, with the men at turns declaring themselves eager to sacrifice their lives in the name of Allah and worrying about getting arrested or deported for buying weapons or possessing a map of a military base.

The suspects include three ethnic Albanian brothers who entered the United States illegally, part of a family that has lived for years in Cherry Hill, N.J., where they attended public schools and relatives ran a roofing business and a pizzeria. They were joined by their brother-in-law, who was born in Jordan and is a United States citizen, and two other legal United states residents: an ethnic Albanian from the former Yugoslavia, and a Turk who lived in Philadelphia.

The men, ages 22 to 28, held jobs ranging from roofer to cabdriver to pizza deliveryman, and had no clear motivation other than their stated desire to kill United States soldiers in the name of Islam. They considered a variety of targets, including the annual Army-Navy football game and warships docked in the Port of Philadelphia, but ultimately dismissed Dover Air Force Base in Delaware as having too much security and picked Fort Dix largely because one of their fathers owned a restaurant nearby that delivered to the base.

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Damn, I sure feel better now knowing they were not part of Al-Qaeda. Don’t you? For the record, if we’re not supposed to practice “racial profiling” to keep from offending any “moderate Muslims” out there, can we at least start “terrorist profiling”. It should be obvious by now that we are dealing with a particular group of human garbage that is easily identifiable.


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/09/2007 at 07:26 AM   
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True Lies

Democrats make up numbers and stories as they go along. They blame Republicans for everything that goes wrong. How do they sleep at night?

“In case you missed it, this week, there was a tragedy in Kansas. Ten thousand people died—an entire town destroyed. Turns out that the National Guard in Kansas only had 40 percent of its equipment and they are having to slow down the recovery process in Kansas.”

-- Barak Obama, May 8, 2007

“We have personnel on the group but about half our trucks are gone. We don’t have front loaders or dump trucks. We don’t have flatbeds that move heavy equipment. Those are supplies that the state’s army and air national guard troops should have, but don’t. Instead, those supplies are in Iraq for the war effort, and that’s leaving national guard troops in Kansas and throughout the country seriously unprepared to handle natural disasters and other state emergencies.”

-- Kansas Democratic Governor Kathleen Sebelius, May 8, 2007

“Currently, the Kansas National Guard has 88 percent of its forces available, 60 percent of its Army Guard dual-use equipment on hand, and more than 85 percent of its Air Guard equipment on hand. Under the Emergency Management Assistance Compact, which is a national partnership agreement that allows state-to-state assistance during governor or federally declared emergencies, Kansas has more than 400,000 Guardsmen available to it, he pointed out. However, Kansas has not yet requested assistance from other states.”

-- Randal Noller, public affairs officer for the National Guard Bureau, May 8, 2007

“Let me give you a sense of what’s available in the state, because I think—resources available: I already told you 83,000 National Guard units in the region, 99 bulldozers, 61 loaders, 246 dump trucks, 59 graders, 228 heavy expandable mobility tactical trucks, 2,243 2.5 and 5-ton trucks, 70 palletalized load systems. There’s a lot of stuff available. So, again, I think this is one where the equipment was available and everybody was moving as rapidly as possible.”

-- White House Press Secretary Tony Snow, May 8, 2007


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/09/2007 at 01:01 AM   
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calendar   Tuesday - May 08, 2007

Quote Of The Day

“This legislation is unconstitutional because it purports to direct the conduct of operations of the war in a way that infringes upon the powers vested in the presidency.”

-- President Bush’s written message to Congress below his veto of the Iraq spending bill that dictates a timetable for withdrawal, among other conditions attached to the legislation passed by the Democrat-controlled Congress and Senate

In response, Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats are now threatening to take the President to court and sue Bush for “being such a mean, naughty, old boogie-butt”.

Will the bailiff now please remove these whining children from the courtroom? Thank you. Court is adjourned.


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/08/2007 at 10:21 PM   
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Sex Scandal In DC? I’m Shocked!

There’s nothing like a good politician/prostitute sex scandal in Washington to get the summer started off right ... especially when the “businesswoman” involved runs a high-priced call-girl operation and is cute as a button with little pouty, lipstick-tinted lips, a great figure and good clean looks. Oh ... and if 10,000 politicians in DC are involved that’s just going to give rise to all sorts of foreplay before a criminal trial gets underway ... so to speak.

So lets all settle back and enjoy the ride over the next few weeks as this story plays out. It promises to be a real hoot. Besides, Democrats in Congress need something to distract everyone from the fact that even though they’re now in power in Congress they haven’t managed to accomplish a damn thing due to infighting among themselves and a combative attitude toward the White House.

Politicians and prostitutes. Some things never change. Either way we’re screwed ...

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Alleged DC Madame Threatens To Name Names
(INSIDE EDITION) - April 30, 2007

imageimageDeborah Jeane Palfrey is behind the biggest sex scandal to hit Washington D.C. in years. Palfrey, now more commonly known as the DC Madame, says she is naming names in order to clear her own. “I do not have sufficient monies to undertake this extraordinarily expensive task on my own,” Palfrey said outside a federal court Monday.

Palfrey says she plans to reach into her little black book and call on prominent clients to testify in her defense. Palfrey says she can’t afford the investigation on her own and is turning over her extensive phone records to the media to help identify clients.

Palfrey also apologized to Randall Tobias, former Deputy Secretary of State, who abruptly resigned on Friday after admitting that he called the service. “Allow me to say how genuinely sorry I am for Mr. Tobias, his family and friends. I unfortunately know first hand the impact such a revelation can have on ones life.”

65-year-old Tobias, who is married, denied having sex with any of girls working for Palfrey.  Tobias says he called the service to have the girls come to his swanky condo in the heart of DC and give him massages. Ironically Tobias once worked in a government job promoting abstinence and opposing prostitution to stop the spread of HIV in third world countries.

“Friday’s admission by Mr. Tobias that he engaged in a legal activity while a customer of my firm supports my position all along.  I operated a sexual, albeit legal, business for thirteen years,” Palfrey said.

Palfrey claims her former operation known as Pamela Martin and Associates legally provided sexual fantasy acts but not the illegal prostitution she is charged with.  Palfrey has now turned over 13 years of phone records to ABC News so the media organization can find powerful names to support her claims.

With more than 10,000 names buried within 46 pounds of palfrey’s phone records - all of Washington DC is now waiting to hear the next high profile name to be identified. 


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/08/2007 at 05:16 PM   
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Media Vultures And Euro Jackals

Far be it from me to insult the vultures and other carrion eaters of the animal kingdom but the similarities between these creatures and the Liberal American press is astonishing at time. Case in point: the NY TIMES.

What? Did you actually think I could go an entire week without blasting these bloviating blowhards? Guess again. They are in the BMEWS radar this time because they are lazily circling in the sky above the World Bank. They are marking the spot and targeting their next meal after the jackals and hyenas in Europe snap and claw at the heels of their latest prey ... Paul Wolfowitz, who is the US picked head of that organization.

I don’t know what jungle animal to compare Wolfowitz to so you’ll have to pick your own anthropomorphism. (Is that a real word? The spell-checker passed it. Well, I’ll be. Anyway ...)

In case you went out for peanuts and beer during the last three innings, let me bring you up to date:

You would think that would be the end of it, wouldn’t you? Mais non, ma petite merde! Les Europeons cried “FOUL!” and the NY TIMES immediately seized on the story and has been running with it for a week, carefully guiding the rabid pack dogs in for the kill.

Now, let’s examine the real reason why the Euro-Beasts and the NY SLIMES have their knickers in a wad.

Starting to get the picture yet? The story has been front-page news on the NY TIMES and WASHINGTON POST for over a week and they’re shagging this story like a horny chihuahua on a bedpost. Wolfowitz is a Republican, he was involved in Iraq, he is good buddies with Rumsfeld, Bush likes him. One more thing: Wolfowitz comes from a Polish-Jewish family. SACRE BLEU!

To paraphrase Elizabeth Barrett Browning, “Ah, how do they hate thee? Let me count the ways.” Go take a look at today’s installment of “The Wolfowitz Saga” at the NY TIMES and keep the above in mind as you watch the Liberals and Euro-Peons rewrite recent events, point pudgy little fingers and make baseless accusations and hide behind a mask of duplicity and deceit. Here are a few choice excerpts:

Deal Is Offered for Chief’s Exit at World Bank
WASHINGTON (NY TIMES) — May 8, 2007

imageimageLeading governments of Europe, mounting a new campaign to push Paul D. Wolfowitz from his job as World Bank president, signaled Monday that they were willing to let the United States choose the bank’s next chief, but only if Mr. Wolfowitz stepped down soon, European officials said.

European officials had previously indicated that they wanted to end the tradition of the United States picking the World Bank leader. But now the officials are hoping to enlist American help in persuading Mr. Wolfowitz to resign voluntarily, rather than be rebuked or ousted.

Well before Mr. Wolfowitz took office in 2005, leading European countries had begun agitating to discard the custom that had existed since the 1940s of the United States choosing the bank president. The United States has that prerogative because it contributes the largest share of the bank’s financing.

The committee’s finding of guilt against Mr. Wolfowitz was tempered by a finding that the bank shared at least some blame for the failure of Mr. Wolfowitz to comply with its rules. According to people familiar with the report, it said the advice from ethics officials at the bank to Mr. Wolfowitz was less than clear and evidently subject to misinterpretation. Nevertheless, the report was clear in its conclusion that Mr. Wolfowitz breached his obligations.

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/08/2007 at 03:08 PM   
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Motivational Poster Of The Day

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/08/2007 at 02:52 PM   
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My Eyes!

WARNING: whatever you do, please do not click “CONTINUE READING”. There is absolutely no reason why you should. I am begging you to reconsider before you leap into the abyss. Honestly, I cannot be held accountable if you decide to ignore my plea. No, I mean it. If you do you will only see the absolute horror of ....
 

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/08/2007 at 12:20 AM   
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calendar   Monday - May 07, 2007

WTF?

It’s late and I need to be in bed asleep, dreaming of wild wenches and mountains of money. Instead I find myself sitting here, pondering the following story. I really don’t know what to say other than “the human race is doomed. DOOMED, I tell you.”

No other animal on the face of the planet (or within a hundred light-years of our little rock) could possibly conceive (pardon the pun) a concept as ludicrous as this.

Just when you thought you’d heard the absolute end-all consequences of Islamo-Freakism, the tricky little devils sneak up on you and throw you another curve ball that hurts your brain cells rather badly.

If you can’t make it past the ridiculous headline on this story without spewing your drink over your keyboard then you better not read the rest. It only gets worse. I’m going to go lie down now and pretend this story didn’t happen. Perhaps if I shut my eyes real tightly I can make it go away ....

Doctors Split On Hymen Repairs
(THE AUSTRALIAN) - May 08, 2007 12:00am

imageimageA debate is raging among doctors over Muslim women who ask for operations to reconstitute their hymens before marriage, and medical certificates stating they are virgins.

The controversy has flared in France, where gynaecologists say they are facing a growing number of requests from women desperate to avoid the repudiation that can follow the loss of chastity.

The phenomenon, which is also dividing doctors in other European countries, the US and Africa, is denounced by critics as a sign of social regression driven by Islamic fundamentalists.

Jacques Lansac, chairman of the French National College of Gynaecologists and Obstetricians, is leading the campaign against what he describes as “an attack on the dignity of women”.

He has also issued advice against hymenoplasty – a surgical operation that involves reconstructing the membrane usually broken during the first act of sexual intercourse.

“We get more and more women coming in and saying that their brothers or fathers will kill them if they find out they’ve slept with a man. But it’s important to say no, because if we don’t we’re giving in to the fundamentalists,” Professor Lansac said.

However, he said some doctors were ignoring his advice in the hope of protecting patients from being ostracised or beaten. Isabelle Levy, an author who studied the issue for her book Religion in the Hospital, said the search for chastity certificates and hymenoplasties stemmed from conflicting pressures among France’s five million Muslims.

“On the one hand, young Muslim girls born in France go out a lot more than they used to,” she said. “They are modern and they have adventures like other Europeans – which never happened in the past.

“But on the other hand, fundamentalism is spreading and these girls are getting sent back to their countries of origin to marry. And they will be rejected if it is found out that they are not virgins.”

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/07/2007 at 11:02 PM   
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French Fries

Question: how can you tell if the French voters chose the best person to fix the mess they have dug themselves into?

Answer: all the “wrong people” get pissed off and start rioting and burning towns down again.

You just knew this was coming, didn’t you? When a liberal, socialist or communist wins an election anywhere in the world the rest of us just shrug, vow to do better next election and go about our business. When a moderate or conservative wins an election the whining pissants rise up and raise hell. Whether it’s Jesse Jackson rousing the rabble in the US or the African invaders and “disaffected youth” in France the result is always the same - riots, baseless claims of disenfranchisement and/or just plain passive-aggressive, psychotic behavior ... the pod people always scream bloody murder.

I am just about getting sick and tired of this. We need to start having “rest periods” after every election. Everybody goes home and shuts the heck up for one week. No ifs, ands or buts. And while we’re on the subject ... who in hell decided Americans should hold elections on a Tuesday and Euro-Peons get to take their time voting on weekends? That ain’t right!

Regardless, Sarkozy won the election in France and we shall see if he is indeed going to turn France around. It can’t get much worse. If you’re keeping count on the “World Leaders Upheaval Showcase” lately, this is only Round One. Next is Tony Blair’s departure in Britain this month or next. Then comes the big Surprise Russian Elections next March when we find out if Pooty-Poot steps aside or not. Finally, in November of next year, America goes to the polls and decides whether we’re going to be an “Obama Nation” or not.

“Interesting times”, indeed. I predict nations worldwide are about to take a definite rightward tilt in the next eighteen months and the rioters, liberals, socialists, just plain assholes and the “Arab street” are about to get a lesson in civility. The majority of the world just wants to get on with the business of making our lives better and there is just no room for this silliness any more.

That’s the thing about pendulums, whether they be in clocks or political climates ... they never stand still. They always swing back in the opposite direction after a time. The angry, so-called “deprived” of this world are just getting in the way of progress. Their train left the station months ago ....

French Police Arrest Nearly 600 People In Post-Election Violence
PARIS, May 7 (AP) - May 7 03:31 PM US/Eastern

French police have arrested a total of 592 people across the country as bands of rioters protested conservative Nicolas Sarkozy’s presidential election victory Sunday, French media reported.

The police said a total of 730 vehicles were torched and 28 police officers were injured in violent incidents from Sunday night to Monday morning. Police fought stone-throwing rioters with tear gas, but it was not clear how many rioters were injured, according to Radio France.

On Sunday night, about 5,000 people gathered at the Place de la Bastille, a favored gathering spot for right-wing supporters during the election. Other fights with the police broke out in Toulouse, Marseilles and Lyon.

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/07/2007 at 10:03 PM   
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Overcome By Events

I apologize for slipping on posting the past week, gang. I’ve just been overcome by events of a personal nature and I’m trying to dig myself out of “interesting times.” Nothing major or earth-shattering, just a whole lotta stuff at once.

I won’t bore you with the details, not because I am secretive but I just hate whining crybabies. It’ll all “sort itself out in the wash” as they say back where I come from.

No “Lost” fun-stuff again today ‘cause I have to be somewhere else this afternoon. I’ll try to catch up later this week. In the meantime, drag your butts over to the BMEWS Recon Group and check out what our hardy scouts are digging up. They have me outnumbered so go give their posts a look-see.

If you don’t I will be forced to cerate a visual image for you of Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi caught in bed at a Motel 6 in Bethesda, completely nude with a midget, two cans of Wesson Oil and a whip. No, don’t go there. Stop. Don’t! ARRRRGGGHHHHHH!!!!


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/07/2007 at 04:33 PM   
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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/07/2007 at 12:36 PM   
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