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calendar   Saturday - February 17, 2007

Barking Moonbat Of The Week

For some politicians, the only war worth fighting is one against their fellow Americans.



Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 02/17/2007 at 07:00 AM   
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calendar   Sunday - January 21, 2007

Hall Of Fame - 2006

For meritorious service in providing unending hours of entertainment in the service of society by her unabashed acts of media whoring, sucking up to commie dictator Hugo Chavez, lovingly hugging Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton amid the wreckage of Hurricane Katrina while shamelessly pissing on the grave of a dead son who died serving a country he loved much more than his mother loves herself and for willingly sacrificing the last vestiges of any dignity she ever had to be a tool for every Leftist Liberal hate group with enough money to buy her mindless services ... we, the governing body of the Barking Moonbat Hall Of Fame are indeed proud to induct into our shameful shrine this year’s proud winner ...





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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 01/21/2007 at 08:41 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - January 20, 2007

Barking Moonbat Hall Of Fame 2006

imageimageWinner to be announced on Sunday!

Another year, another list of candidates for the Hall Of Fame. Who will join previous winners Al Gore and John Kerry from this year’s crop of Moonbats? Only you know.

Cast your vote and send one of these fine specimens to immortal fame. Polls will remain open all week. You may vote once each day so spread the love around if you want. The voting will end on Friday evening and the winner will be announced on Sunday.

There are ten candidates - one from each major Moonbat category. If your favorite is not in the list, don’t worry - they’ll make it next year (or the next). Moonbats are persistent if nothing else.

So peruse the list and choose wisely. You are bestowing immortality ....



Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 01/20/2007 at 06:00 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - January 06, 2007

Barking Moonbat Of The Week

This week’s award was a cinch for Cindy Sheehan after her lunatic rant at the Capitol on Wednesday. That was then, this is now. Coming to her rescue is our old friend Jacques “tête de merde” Chirac, leader of the French Resistance - the group of Euro-ratbags who fight an endless struggle against the entire whole world ... especially the United States.

Of course Jacky-boy makes an exception for Muslims in the Middle East, especially those associated with terrorism like Hamas. Since his pal Arafat kicked the bucket Chirac has been lonely - but that hasn’t stopped him from bashing the US. His latest rant earns him the award this week ....

Chirac Blasts U.S.-Led Invasion of Iraq
PARIS (NEWSDAY) - January 5, 2007, 11:26 AM EST

imageimagePresident Jacques Chirac gave a tough critique Friday of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq and its fallout, saying the war destabilized the entire Middle East and allowed terrorism to spread.

In a speech to ambassadors, Chirac also renewed his call for an international conference on the Middle East, saying he was deeply concerned by the growing number of crises there.

“At Europe’s gate, the Middle East has become an epicenter of international tensions,” Chirac said. “Crises are building up and spreading.” On Iraq, Chirac suggested the problems there today justified France’s strong opposition to the invasion in 2003. “As France foresaw and feared, the war in Iraq caused upheavals whose effects have not yet finished unraveling,” he said.

“The venture exacerbated the divisions between (Iraqi) communities and undermined the very integrity of Iraq,” he said. “It weakened the stability of the region, where every country is now worried about its security and independence. It gave terrorism new terrain for expansion.”

Now, “more than ever, the priority is to return sovereignty to the Iraqis,” Chirac said. Chirac had rallied together voices against the Iraq war, the main foreign policy legacy of his 12 years in office. He is not expected to stand in elections this year, though he has not yet declared his intentions.

For months, Chirac has called for an international conference on the Middle East. The European Union should relaunch the work of the so-called Quartet peacemakers—the United States, the EU, Russia and the United Nations—with a proposal for a conference, he said.

Chirac said it should be “a new form of conference that, without claiming to dictate the terms of the settlement to the parties involved, would bring the new guarantees that they aspire to,” he said. “Then, I am persuaded, a true dynamic of negotiation could be launched.”


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 01/06/2007 at 02:57 PM   
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calendar   Saturday - December 30, 2006

Barking Moonbat Of The Week

This week’s award goes to whichever one of these three ratbags is going to be next to dangle from a noose. While looking around the planet for the “asshat dictators” candidates for the noose, I realized we’re running out of this species of cockroach. Below are pictures of the top three on my list. You can vote on these three and seven others I have chosen to be the next “Dangling Dictator”. Runners-up that almost made the list were King Abdullah (Saudi Arabia), Hu Jintao (China) and Saparmurat Niyazov (Turkmenistan). Maybe next year, guys! So go ahead and cast your vote for who you think should be the next one to be frog-marched to the gallows.

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The poll is now closed. Here are the results!



Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/30/2006 at 09:39 PM   
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calendar   Saturday - December 16, 2006

Barking Moonbat Of The Week




Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/16/2006 at 10:25 AM   
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calendar   Friday - November 17, 2006

Barking Moonbat Of The Week

Moron. Stupid freaking moron. Leave it to the leading Leftist blogger to prove just how insane Liberals are. Raise hell and claim Diebold voting machines in Florida were rigged and demand a recount, solicit money from readers to help finance the lawsuit - then confess in the small print at the bottom that the voting machines used were made by ES&S, a Diebold competitor. This week’s award is well-deserved. Eat my shorts, Markos Moulitsas Zúniga ...

Black Box activists—now’s your time to put up
by kos
Wed Nov 15, 2006 at 08:57:16 AM PST

imageimageDown in Florida, an epic battle is brewing over the electronic Diebold voting machines that ate 18,000 votes for Democrat Christine Jennings in FL-13 and cost her the election.

Not only is an expensive recount in the cards, but campaign and DCCC lawyers are flocking down, demanding the state freeze the machines for inspection.

These are the opening salvos in what will be the battle to end Diebold.

But only 36 people have given via our Blue Majority Act Blue page for the legal battles ahead.

To put it bluntly, to anyone who has ever complained about Diebold, this is your chance to put your money where your mouth is. No more talk needed. No more advocacy needed. This is a real-world, legal frontal assault on those electronic voting machines.

If we win this battle, you’ll be able to kiss Diebold goodbye.

Update: No one will confirm, but word is that the DCCC and the Jennings campaign are considering suing for a brand new election.

Update II: Machines in FL-13 were made by ES&S. Same difference.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 11/17/2006 at 06:48 AM   
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calendar   Sunday - November 12, 2006

Barking Moonbat Of The Week

Any more stupid talk like this from a New York yankee congressman and they’ll be a-firin’ on Fort Sumter again any day now. Leave it to an arrogant Democrat to piss off as many people as possible only days after winning an election. For this, Congressman Charles Rangel (D-NY) gets the John F. Kerry Foot In Mouth Award this week. The only question left is “who the hell wants to live in New York?” Besides Bubba and Hillary, that is ...

imageimageMississippians Rise Up Over Rangel’s Comment
(NY TIMES) _ November 11, 2006

It was a remark, says Representative Charles B. Rangel, uttered with regional pride rather than rancor. But he apologized nonetheless.

On Wednesday, the day after the Democrats won a House majority, Mr. Rangel, the Harlem Democrat poised to become chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, which writes tax legislation, talked about winning back more of the tax revenue that New York State sends to the Treasury.

He said, “Mississippi gets more than their fair share back in federal money, but who the hell wants to live in Mississippi?”

Apparently, a lot of people do, and they are not shy about saying so. Charles W. Pickering Jr., a Mississippi Republican and a colleague of Mr. Rangel’s, was the first to publicly take umbrage. He reacted as if he and his state had been slapped with a glove.

“Mr. Rangel owes the people of Mississippi an apology,” he said in a statement. “I hope his remarks are not the kind of insults, slander and defamation that Mississippians will come to expect from the Democrat leadership in Washington, D.C.”

Mr. Pickering, who is from Laurel, Miss., marched to his peroration. “From the coast to the Delta to the Pine Belt to the hills and across Mississippi,” he said, “there is beauty in every city, charity in every heart, love in every church, and majesty in every countryside.”

In Jackson, the state capital, Mr. Rangel’s remarks were discussed on local television and talk radio, said David Hampton, who edits the editorial page at The Clarion-Ledger. “A lot of it was post-election Republicans saying the evil Democrats this and that and a-ha, we told you so,” he said. “Mississippi sort of has an inferiority complex.”

Mr. Hampton said he had received about a dozen letters to the editor and five comments on his editorial page blog, and some of it was genuine outrage. In a letter to the editor, Wendy Barthe Peavy of Biloxi wrote: “Congressman Rangel: As a proud Mississippian and resident of the Katrina-ravaged Gulf Coast, I would be happy to tell you ‘who the hell wants to live in Mississippi.’

“I will not waste your time with the litany of world-class writers, artists, athletes, entertainers, scientists, surgeons, astronauts, musicians, soldiers and statesmen who have called Mississippi home,” she wrote. “I will tell you of the 93,000 people still housed in FEMA trailers due to the loss of over 10,000 apartment units and over 150,000 homes to Hurricane Katrina.”


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 11/12/2006 at 07:27 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - November 04, 2006

Barking Moonbat Of The Week

Do I really need to explain this week’s award winner?

Mon Dieu! Cet homme est une moonbat d’écorcement!



Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 11/04/2006 at 07:57 AM   
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calendar   Friday - October 27, 2006

Barking Moonbat Of The Week

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Sheik Taj Din al-Hilali, a proud representative of fundamentalist Islam. Sheik al-Hilarious is a one of a kind (so far). I can add nothing further to this man’s stature as a monkey-fornicating, male chauvinistic asshat of the forty-third degree.

Some weeks this award is just too easy to give away.

For those Muslims out there who regularly beat their wives for insubordination, did you know you were just “beatin’ your meat?” Now you know.

Outrage As Muslim Cleric Likens Women To ‘Uncovered Meat’
(DAILY MAIL) - 26th October 2006

imageimageA Muslim cleric’s claim that women who do not wear the veil are like ‘uncovered meat’ who attract sexual predators sparked outrage around Australia yesterday.

Sheik Taj Din al-Hilali, the nation’s most senior Muslim cleric, compared immodestly-dressed women who do not wear the Islamic headdress with meat that is left uncovered in the street and is then eaten by cats.

Politicians including Prime Minister John Howard, community leaders and a large number of Muslims condemned the mufti’s comments amid calls that he should be deported to Egypt, his country of origin. He has since been forced to apologise for his remarks. In a Ramadam sermon in a Sydney mosque, Sheik al-Hilali suggested that a group of Muslim men recently jailed for many years for gang rapes were not entirely to blame.

There were women, he said, who ‘sway suggestively’ and wore make-up and immodest dress “and then you get a judge without mercy and gives you 65 years. But the problem, but the problem all began with who?” he said, referring to the women victims.

Addressing 500 worshippers on the topic of adultery, Sheik al-Hilali added: “If you take out uncovered meat and place it outside on the street, or in the garden or in the park, or in the backyard without a cover, and the cats come and eat it..whose fault is it - the cats or the uncovered meat?

“The uncovered meat is the problem.” He went on: “If she was in her room, in her home, in her hijab (veil), no problem would have occurred.” Women, he said, were ‘weapons’ used by Satan to control men.

His comments, reported yesterday in the nationally-circulated newspaper The Australian, created a storm of outrage. It follows anger that erupted among Muslims in Britain earlier this month when MP Jack Straw said women who wear veils over their face can make community relations harder.

But Sheik al-Hilali’s has created an even bigger storm by using the uncovered meat example to accuse women who do not cover their heads and faces of tempting men. Prime Minister Howard labelled the mufti’s comments as ‘appalling and reprehensible’, adding: “They are quite out of touch with contemporary values in Australia.

“The idea that women are to blame for rapes is preposterous. I not only reject the comments, I condemn them unconditionally.” Treasurer Peter Costello urged the Muslim community to condemn the comments and take action against the Sheik.

“If you have a significant religious leader like this preaching to a flock in a situation where we’ve had gang rapes, in a way that seems to make it justifiable, or at least lighten the dehumanising and degrading extent of the offence.”


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 10/27/2006 at 01:13 PM   
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calendar   Saturday - October 21, 2006

Barking Moonbat Of The Week

Who Else?

(CTV) - October 20, 2006 —North Korean leader Kim Jong Il apologized Friday for his country’s Oct. 9 nuclear test and said there won’t be any more, South Korean newspapers reported.

Citing a diplomatic source in China, South Korea’s Chosun Ilbo daily reported that Kim told his Chinese visitors “he is sorry about the nuclear test” and told them that Pyongyang had no plans for additional blasts.

The enigmatic North Korean leader suggested Friday that international diplomatic talks might be possible if the U.S. pulled back on pressure for economic sanctions. The UN Security Council resolution adopted in response to North Korea’s nuclear test has put a stranglehold on the country’s access to foreign banks.

Kim’s new-found penitence is for foreign audiences only, however. According to a report from the North’s official Korean Central News Agency, Choe Thae Bok, secretary of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea, told a rally of more than 100,000 people Friday that “No matter how the U.S. imperialists try to stifle and isolate our republic ... victory will be on the side of justice.”

North Korea has typically encouraged its citizens to blame their desperate living conditions on forces outside their country, particularly the United States. 


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 10/21/2006 at 09:23 AM   
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calendar   Sunday - October 15, 2006

Weekly Darwin Award

It’s time for our weekly flushing of the gene pool again and, not surprisingly, we have another Muslim to thank for taking his defective genes out of the system ... and none too soon in the case of Ahmed Ashraf ...

imageimageMan’s Rush To Marry Ends In Tragedy
Karachi, Pakistan (AAP) - October 14, 2006 07:07pm

A Pakistani man has committed suicide outside his fiancee’s home after he thought he accidentally killed her while trying to persuade her to get married early, police said today.

The man, Ahmed Ashraf, was shooting a gun in the air outside his fiancee’s home in the southern city of Karachi on Friday as part of his efforts to persuade her to get married two months early when a stray bullet accidently hit her, police said.

“He was so eager to get married he stood in front of his fiancee’s house and started firing shots in the air to catch her attention,” said investigating officer Ghulam Hussain.

The young woman was coming downstairs when a bullet ricocheted off a wall and hit her. She fell down screaming “I have been shot”, Mr Hussain said.

“He thought he had killed her and within seconds shot himself. The girl is fine. “It is a tragic accident. They were engaged to be married with their parents’ consent on Dec. 25. He was insisting they get married earlier.”

Mr Ashraf had told his fiancée he would do something drastic if she didn’t agree to get married straight away. The woman insisted the marriage date had already been set and there was no need to hurry, Mr Hussain said.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 10/15/2006 at 04:34 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - October 14, 2006

Barking Moonbat Of The Week

I’m sorry. I just don’t get it. Why uproot a child from his home country and take him away from his father, even if the country he lives in is dirt poor? Why not build the father and son a nice house, help him get started in a business of some kind, make sure the kid gets all his shots and pay for his education? Then the kid has a full-time natural father to learn his culture from, grows up healthy and well-educated and when he grows up he will be an asset to help his country climb out of poverty.

To me that would make more sense than dragging the kid out to a completely alien environment and left in the care of a nanny while his adoptive parents jet-set around the world on tour. Not to mention the fact that to the rest of the world it looks like a rich Westerner is buying a modern version of a black slave.

It’s all wrong on too many levels to enumerate. Coupled with Madonna’s ridiculous behavior in the past, we have no choice but to finger her with The Award this week. She is overdue for selection. Let’s hope and pray the kid’s first words don’t include “Massuh” ....

imageimageMadonna Leaves Malawi With
Adoption Order But Without Toddler

BLANTYRE (AFP) - Friday October 13, 08:09 PM

“Queen of Pop” Madonna jetted out of Malawi, leaving behind the 13-month-old boy she plans to mother and a storm of protest from local rights groups over the fast-track adoption process.

The US diva left the administrative capital Lilongwe on a private plane after a judge granted her an 18-month interim order on Thursday allowing her to take David Banda, the son of an illiterate farmer, out of the country.

However the youngster will have to be reunited with the 48-year-old singer at a later date as vital paperwork was still to be sorted out. “She left Malawi without David because there was very little time to sort out passport and visa issues,” said Penston Kilembe, director of child welfare services in the ministry of gender, children and community services.

Kilembe said David would later join Madonna, who left addresses in London and Los Angeles, where government officials can reach her and monitor the boy’s progress in foster care for 18 months in line with the conditions in the order. The London-based Madonna, who already has two children of her own, must return at a later stage for the adoption to be given final approval.

The order will allow Malawi to hammer out a new law, due to be passed by parliament next year, to ease adoptions by foreign nationals. Under current laws, expatriates adopting a Malawian child have to live in the country for 18 months and are monitored by social workers before they get full adoption rights.

The swift granting of the interim order has angered some rights groups which called Friday upon the Malawian government to put the order on hold in the interests of the child’s future. “We have the opinion that the speedy process of adoption will not work for the best interests of the child David,” a petition signed by 13 rights groups said.

It urged the government “to put on hold or delay the implementation of the interim order granted to Madonna,” adding: “It’s not like selling property, it is about safeguarding the future of a human being who because of age cannot express an opinion.”

Tom Ligowe, senior assistant registrar at Lilongwe high court where a judge granted Madonna the order, said officials would track the child’s welfare and could revoke it if he was not well cared.

But children’s rights activist Maxwell Matewere, a spokesman of the group which petitioned the government on Friday, said orphans were at “high risk” of being alienated from their blood family and being mistreated by their adoptive one. Matewere, director of Eye of the Child charity, said David should be able to “enjoy full rights on adoption and not interim protection...he should be able to contact his father.”

Yohan Banda, the 32-year-old father of the latest addition to Madonna’s brood has told Britain’s The Sun newspaper that he was “very happy” that a celebrity was adopting his son, who would have a better life now.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 10/14/2006 at 02:29 PM   
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calendar   Tuesday - October 10, 2006

Barking Moonbat Hall Of Fame Inductee

Some stories just need no introduction and no explanation. This is one of those stories. In fact, this story just won’t go away no matter how hard we kick it. In fact, we are being forced to induct Ms. Wilbanks into the Barking Moonbat Hall Of Fame as a last ditch effort to convince this scatter-brained beeyatch to please just go away ... and stay away. I’m sure her ex-fiance feels the same way right about now. I would like to ask Ms. Wilbanks to keep her acceptance speech as short as possible ...

imageimageRunaway Bride Is Suing Former Fiance
(AP) - Oct 10 7:47 AM US/Eastern

Jennifer Wilbanks, who became known as the “runaway bride” after taking off just days before her lavish wedding in 2005, is suing her former fiance for $500,000.

Wilbanks and John Mason broke up for good in May, about a year after her excursion to Las Vegas and New Mexico made international headlines while hundreds of friends and family members searched for her back home in suburban Atlanta.

Mason has until Oct. 22 to respond to the lawsuit, filed last month in Gwinnett County’s Superior Court. The suit, Wilbanks vs. JCM Consulting et al, was filed Sept. 13, according to court records.

In it, Wilbanks seeks $250,000 as her share of a home Mason purchased through the partnership with proceeds from $500,000 received for selling their story to an agent, plus $250,000 in punitive damages for allegedly abusing the power of attorney she granted for him to handle their financial affairs, according to Atlanta television station WAGA, which reported on the lawsuit Monday night.

She also seeks the return of personal property she claims he has kept. Wilbanks disappeared four days before her April 30, 2005, wedding. Hundreds of police and volunteers searched for her for three days before she called Mason from Albuquerque, N.M., claiming to have been abducted and sexually assaulted.

She later recanted, saying she fled because of unspecified personal issues, and pleaded no contest to telling police a phony story. She was sentenced to two years’ probation and performed community service that included mowing the lawns of public buildings.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 10/10/2006 at 11:19 AM   
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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:
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