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calendar   Monday - January 10, 2005

More Social Engineering

For those who have kids in school, the worst news you can get is to hear that a bunch of kids from the inner city are being bussed in to your kids’ school.  Not because they are poor.  Not because they may be of a different color.  But because you know that most of them are nothing more than disruptive elements.

Take that into the housing business, insert one activist judge, and pretty soon you will have public housing in YOUR neighborhood.

Yep, the people that could give a fuck less about taking care of their homes, that piss in the hallways, that regularly sell drugs on the corners, that break windows, that pimp out women.  It’s all coming to your neck of the woods.

If that happens here then I will pack up myself, my parents, buy 20 acres somewhere and fence it with razor wire and a 50 cal machine gun wired to an automatic tracking device rigged to a motion sensor.


Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 01/10/2005 at 11:56 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - December 29, 2004

Former US Attorney General Defending Saddam ?

Yep, that’s what the headline read. Former US Attorney General Ramsey Clark, who served under President Lyndon B. Johnson, is in Iraq to help defend Saddam Hussein (link goes to Al-Jazeera news site - where else, eh?). At first, I didn’t believe my eyes when I read the story. Then I saw where he recently defended Yugoslav mass-murderer Slobodan Milosevic. At a press conference in Jordan, Ramsey Clark had this to say ....

“In international law, anyone accused of crime has the right to be tried by a confident, independent and impartial court, and there can be no fair trail without those qualities,” he said.

“The special court in Iraq was created by the Iraqi governing council, which is nothing more than a creation of the US military occupation and has no authority in law as a criminal court,” he said.

OK, I get it! Mindless, murdering dictators who leave mountains of dead bodies as evidence of their perfidy are innocent little lambs, right? And the US military which discovered these “killing fields” has no authority to demand justice, right? Also, the Iraqi people who were slaughtered by this madman, Saddam, have no right to demand justice either - because they have been brainwashed by the US Military, right? OK, I’m starting to get the picture, Ramsey ....

Clark also said the US itself must be tried for the November assault on Falluja, destruction of houses, torture in prisons and its role in the deaths of thousands of Iraqis in the war.

Ahhhh, now it’s all coming into focus thanks to Ramsey’s brilliant explanation of events. It seems the US military should be tried for removing this bloodthirsty dictator and killing off his minions who are still, to this day, mindlessly murdering innocent Iraqi citizens in their drive to restore the old dictatorship. Yes, Mr. Clark, you have made it clear to all of us ....

Ramsey Clark, you are a moron and a Leftist apologist who needs a good ass-whuppin’!


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/29/2004 at 10:08 PM   
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calendar   Thursday - December 23, 2004

Support This Site!

Thanks to Macker we have this link to share with you if you hate the ACLU as much as we do.

It supports a letter writing campaign to your representative demanding the ACLU stop being reimbursed with taxpayer monies for their legal expenses whenever they mount these stupid challenges they have a habit of doing.

I’ve no problem with them collecting if the situation truly warrants it but they are acting like the proverbail swine at the trough---they eat and eat and eat because we keep feeding it.

As soon as this is stopped, so will all these frivolous lawsuits they file.


Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 12/23/2004 at 11:22 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - December 22, 2004


I hope Wal-Mart counter-sues the crap out of these barking moon-bats and wipes them out financially so they have to go homeless.

A mother is suing Wal-Mart because her daughter (a mental defective) who was a Wal-Mart employee who went on a tirade against a customer and police.

She later went to another Wal-Mart and purchased a shotgun which she used to wax herself (good, I feel the gene pool is a bit cleaner now.)

Anyway, this asshole mother is saying Wal-Mart should have known she was deranged and not sold it.  Yet Texas law says that info is private and no one can look for it.

Had Wal-Mart looked and denied the sale, this mental midget of a mother would have sued Wal-Mart for invading her daughter’s privacy.  She’d have found out about the denial of sale because after denial her daughter would have gone ballistic on the spot, caused a scene, etc.

Sue ‘em into destitution, I say!  Greedy money grubbing bastards.  And the fucking lawyers who took the case!


Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 12/22/2004 at 12:05 PM   
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I Don’t Care

When it comes to this sort of bullshit from the ACLU, I really do not care anymore.

Just who the fuck does the ACLU think it is?  The World Court?  Last I checked it was A(merican) C(ivil) L(iberties) U(nion) not TCLU T(errorists) C(ivil) L(iberties) U(nion)

So what if these assholes were hog tied?  Or threatened with being shot? Or threatened with snarling dogs? Or beaten.  Yes!  Beaten!  To within an inch of their miserable fucking lives as far as I am concerned.

Why do I feel this way?  Because the pressure shit heels like the ACLU have brought upon the military in the treatment of detainees ahs resulted in many of their release---only to go RIGHT BACK to what they were doing before---joining a terrorist movement.

Kill ‘em all!


Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 12/22/2004 at 11:49 AM   
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Don’t Go Here

The absolute worst excuse to have a web site .... ever.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/22/2004 at 07:55 AM   
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calendar   Sunday - December 12, 2004

Show Me The Money

Greedy, fucking, hypocritical bastards will one day rule the earth! No, I don’t mean OPEC or Microsoft. I’m talking about the thousands of idiotarian fucktards and their lawyers who live right next door to you. They’re all around us, just looking for a chance to sue. We need to just go ahead and change the name of this country to “A Country Named Sue” (with apologies to Johnny Cash). As evidence I present the following two stories about the richest company in the world ....

Wal-Mart Sued Over Evanescence Lyrics .... Some foron buys a CD in Wal-Mart. One of the songs has the “F-Word” in it. Aforementioned foron sues Wal-Mart. Lawyers make lots of money. Foron gets to brag to neighbors. The price of shampoo at Wal-Mart goes up two cents to compensate for legal costs. Get the picture?

The complaint, filed Thursday in Washington County Circuit Court, seeks an order requiring Wal-Mart to either censor or remove the music from its Maryland stores. It also seeks damages of up to $74,500 for each of the thousands of people who bought the music at Wal-Marts in Maryland.

“I don’t want any other families to get this, expecting it to be clean. It needs to be removed from the shelves to prevent other children from hearing it,” said plaintiff Trevin Skeens of Brownsville.

Skeens said he and his wife, Melanie, let their daughter buy the music for her 13th birthday and were shocked when they played it in their car while driving home.

Question: where were Skeen and his lawyers when John Kerry used the F-Word on national TV?

Is it any coincidence that the little mom and pop store in your town gets sued about once every hundred years but Wal Mart gets sued EVERY TWO FUCKING HOURS? No coincidence actually. Mom and pop have no big purses and aren’t worth suing. Wal-Mart, however ....

Wal-Mart is a legend in American business, a 39-year-old retail dynamo that trails only ExxonMobil in annual revenue. But in America’s courtrooms, Wal-Mart has another distinction: As the company’s sales have soared, analysts say, it appears to have become the nation’s most popular private-sector target for lawsuits.

By its own count, Wal-Mart was sued 4,851 times last year — or nearly once every two hours, every day of the year. Juries decide a case in which Wal-Mart is a defendant about six times every business day, usually in favor of the Bentonville, Ark., retail giant. Wal-Mart lawyers list about 9,400 open cases.

Why do trial lawyers and liberal forons go after Wal-Mart?

1- Wal-Mart hires all those old folks and teenagers who would otherwise be sitting around living off the welfare system or their parents.
2- Wal-Mart refuses to allow unions into its stores.
3- Wal-Mart is a gigantic sucess story because of cheap prices, friendly service and decent products.

All of the above is why I shop at Wal-Mart all the time .... and it’s also why the legal profession should be outlawed (besides the fact that the legal profession is so damned full of outlaws).

Oh, and one other thing .... the New York Times (the Liberal Rag Of Record) somehow manages to publish an article or editorial attacking Wal-Mart EVERY SINGLE DAY! Don’t believe me? Google it and see for yourself. Try this search “WalMart NY Times”. Surprise! 391,000 hits.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/12/2004 at 09:00 AM   
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calendar   Friday - December 10, 2004

OK, Now I Am Pissed

Your kid is implicated in a crime.  Your kid is underage living under your roof.  You’ve seen parents go to jail for the action of their delinquent crumb-snatching, rug-rat, curtain climbing ankle biters.  So you take action: you tape your kid’s conversations.  The tape reveals they WERE involved.  It goes to court and you end up being the bad guy, the kid who actually commits the crime gets a new trial and you get to pay the attorney fees for trying to see justice done.

It’s time to kill all the lawyers.


Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 12/10/2004 at 12:36 PM   
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calendar   Saturday - December 04, 2004

Watch For Increase in Lawsuits

If in the next couple of weeks you notice a flurry of lawsuits filed by foaming-at-the-mouth pissed off ACLU lawyers, read this to understand why.

If you live in the D.C. area, go ahead, go there and sing your lungs out.

You gotta love it!


Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 12/04/2004 at 12:35 PM   
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calendar   Thursday - December 02, 2004

What Say The Guys?  (OK, Ladies, too!)

Surely you all have heard about that Florida teacher that had sex with the 14 year old boy, right?  Back in July we took a poll.  See the results here.

Well, her lawyer is trying to say she was insane. Something about her being depressed at her sister’s death in 2001.  Somehow it is causing her to want to have sex with underage children, I guess.

Given that as a defense shouldn’t we be keeping an eye on the entire family in case they start having sex with young kids?  How about keeping a close eye on anyone who’s EVER lost a family member in an accident.  Hell, the potential for child abuse is incredible.

But enough of that.

This post has three purposes:

1.  to ask if you think she’ll get off

2.  to ask if a guy would get off using this defense had he had sex with a 14 year old girl

3.  to be a male chauvinist pig and expose you to some HOT photos of Ms. LaFave. Damn, where was she when I was growing up?  She’d have been MY “fave.”


Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 12/02/2004 at 01:55 PM   
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calendar   Sunday - November 28, 2004

The Spirit Of Christmas Future

CHICAGO (Reuters) - The American Civil Liberties Union announced today that it was bringing a lawsuit against Santa Claus for violations of the civil rights of children. An ACLU spokesman, Mr. E. Scrooge, stated that, “Mr. Claus has been violating children’s right to privacy and has been putting that information in a vast database. The information is then used by the law enforcement arm of Mr. Claus’ organization to determine which children are considered naughty or nice. It is obvious Mr. Claus has violated the children’s rights, as we have alleged in our suit, because of the memos and other company information we have obtained. In addition, we believe Mr. Claus has been engaging in mind control experiments designed to prevent the free expression of beliefs.”

Among the documents presented to the courts today was a memo which reads, in part:

You better watch out.
You better not cry.
You better not pout.
I’m telling you why:
Santa Claus is coming to town.

He sees you when you are sleeping
He knows when you’re awake,
He knows when you’ve been bad or good,
So be good for goodness’ sake.

Mr. Scrooge claimed the document, was obtained from a worker in the distribution department of Mr. Claus’ organization, “clearly shows a concerted attempt to restrict the rights of children to free expression and free thought. In addition, there are concerns about the security of the information. What would be the result of such a database being made available to other law enforcement agencies around the world?”

Lawyers at the Justice also confirmed today that they were investigating the possibility that Mr. Claus was at the core of a vast conspiracy against children. Anonymous sources from inside the Justice Department stated that, “We believe a large number of parents, ministers, and teachers are involved in this business, and we expect several of them will testify for the State in return for a lighter sentence.” In addition, the same sources indicated a parallel investigation by the Department and the FBI on possible charges of smuggling on the part of Mr. Claus, “our records do not show Mr. Claus, or any one else, paying any import duties or taxes on any items he has delivered. Since Mr. Claus has representatives in all of the States of the Union, we believe he should have to pay state and local taxes on all of the goods he delivers.”

Lawyers for Mr. Claus stated, “The charges of the ACLU are absurd. Mr. Claus is a well-known and highly-respected figure. His supporters are from around the world and his message of love and respect can, in no way, be taken as a for of “mind control” or a violation of the “civil rights of children.”

The lawsuit is complicated by the fact that Mr. Claus is not a resident of the United States or any country with which the United States currently has an extradition treaty. It is unknown where Mr. Claus is at the moment, but it is believed he is hiding out at his North Pole estate.

In a brief statement, read by his lawyer, Mr. Claus said, “I find the charges of the ACLU absurd and am confident they will be rejected by the courts. As for any criminal charges, I believe the Justice Department will discover they have no basis.”

Experts are uncertain what possible effect the suit or possible pending charges might have on Mr. Claus’ Christmas travels this year.


Posted by Ronald Reagan's Ghost   United States  on 11/28/2004 at 02:46 PM   
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calendar   Thursday - November 25, 2004

Sign This Before You Eat!

In another Thanksgiving story, the Center For Consumer Freedom has released their official “Thanksgiving Guest Liability and Indemnification Agreement”.

“Dinner hosts should be able to serve that second helping of turkey and stuffing and offer a bigger slice of pumpkin pie without the fear of being sued,” said Center for Consumer Freedom senior analyst Dan Mindus. “With this signed form, they can keep the trial lawyers and food police out in the cold. That’s something we can all be thankful about on this holiday.”



Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 11/25/2004 at 12:12 PM   
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calendar   Tuesday - November 16, 2004

Damn The ACLU!

.... and damn the Pentagon for caving in. The US military has agreed to stop sponsoring Boy Scout troops, according to the Washington Post.

Military Bases Are Told Not To Sponsor Boy Scout Troops

Associated Press
Tuesday, November 16, 2004

CHICAGO, Nov. 15—The Pentagon has agreed to warn military bases worldwide that they should not directly sponsor Boy Scout troops, partially resolving claims that the government has improperly supported a group that requires members to believe in God.

The settlement, announced Monday, came in a 1999 lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois, which says American military units have sponsored hundreds of Boy Scout troops.

“If our Constitution’s promise of religious liberty is to be a reality, the government should not be administering religious oaths or discriminating based on religious beliefs,” said ACLU lawyer Adam Schwartz.

The Pentagon said it has long had a rule against sponsorship of non-federal organizations and denied that the rule had been violated. But it agreed to send a message to posts worldwide warning them not to sponsor Boy Scout troops or other such groups.

The rule does not prevent service members from leading Scout troops unofficially on their own time, and Scouts will still be able to hold meetings on areas of military bases where civilian organizations are allowed to hold events.

The settlement does not resolve other ACLU claims involving government spending that benefits the Boy Scouts, such as money used to prepare a Virginia military base for the Boy Scout Jamboree and grants used by state and local governments to benefit the Scouts, Schwartz said.

The original ACLU lawsuit named as defendants the Department of Defense, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Chicago Board of Education. The schools settled, agreeing not to engage in official sponsorship of scouting activities.

This is utter bullshit. The ACLU is bent on destroying any and all kind of moral value in America. They haved been hounding the Boy Scouts for years over the BSA’s refusal to allow homosexual members or scoutmasters and now they’re hounding them over God. How much longer are we going to sit back and take this crap from these Leftist weasels?


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 11/16/2004 at 11:18 AM   
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calendar   Sunday - November 14, 2004

Scott Peterson Redux

Damn! I just finished reading all the comments about the Scott Peterson trial from our “Sound Off Saturday” feature. You folks are really a thinking group of people and even with varied opinions managed to have quite an informed and informative set of opinions. By God, that’s America! Not some lock-step, go-with-the-flow, politically-correct, conspiracy-theory-expounding maggots like I have read at Leftist blog sites. I’ve picked out my three favorite comments from the discussion. Well done, people!

With all due deference to BobF, that is not a valid argument.  Before I get to my main point, let’s dispense with this whole “circumstantial evidence” baloney.  By definition, any evidence which is not eyewitness testimony is circumstantial evidence.  For some reason, the term “circumstantial evidence” has taken on a completely different meaning in the general public from what it actually is.  “Circumstantial evidence” does not mean, “not as good evidence.” Anybody with any law enforcement experience knows that eyewitness testimony is notoriously unreliable.  He had blue eyes, he had brown eyes, he was six-two, he was five-nine, it was a Ford, it was a Chevy.  99 percent of convictions are obtained with circumstantial evidence. 

Granted, some evidence is better than others, i.e. fingerprints, DNA, etc., but one of the things that separates us from lower animals is that we can reason.  We can take a series of discrete facts and put them together to come up with a reasonable interpretation of what happened.  To use a totally exaggerated example, if you’re standing on a street corner, and you hear a gunshot, and you turn around to see a man with a gun standing over the body of another man, is there much doubt in your mind what happened?  Guess what, that’s circumstantial evidence.  You didn’t actually see what happened.  Anyone who has followed the Peterson trial at all knows from the evidence that he’s guilty as sin. 

Which brings me to my actual point.  How can one argue that because he was convicted based on circumstantial evidence, the jury can’t give him the death penalty?  The jury doesn’t get to say, “Well, we think he’s guilty, but we’re a little unsure, because, you know, it was just circumstantial evidence.  They vote guilty or not guilty, and if they’re unsure enough that they have misgivings about giving him the death penalty, then they should have voted to acquit.  It’s that simple.

-- Craig

This subject fascinates me, and I’m impressed with the courtesy & respect shown for others’ views.

The legal rules of evidence have developed over centuries and deserve respect. Like the infield fly rule in baseball, (or the ‘balk’ which mystified me for years) some sound bizarre, but usually have a good reason for being. This is not the treatment they’ve received by liberals since the 60’s—discovering new & exciting interpretations based on what they read last month in THE NATION.

My favorite circumstantial evidence story, and why lawyers need to learn to shut up.

SHORT VERSION: the defense lawyer keeps hammering at the witness, “Did you actually SEE my client bite off the man’s ear?” “well, no...” “SO you did NOT actually SEE my client bite off the man’s ear, did you?” “No, but...” “SO, what makes you so sure he did the act?” “Well, I saw him spit it out.”

-- Guy

Unlike the Westerfield trial here in San Diego a few years back, which I followed very closely, this trial I only payed mild attention.  Seems to me from what I heard and read, all evidence points to this Scott Peterson; no devil-cult boogeyman nonsense.  I think he should get the death penalty.

Guy, I respect your opinion, but I have one dispute in your logic.  You stated:  “I do not like killing people who are not able to fight back.” To which I say, Amen.  However, apply that standard to Lacey and their unborn child.  Were they able to fight back?  Connor certainly was not.  My question to you is, then, why give Scott Peterson the consideration he did not give his victims, his wife and unborn son?

As far as concern over those who carry out the task of “flipping the switch” or whatever other methods are used, I wouldn’t lose any sleep over their mental health.  I am quite certain they are of a proper mindset for carrying out such tasks to begin with, and the after-effects are probably minimal.  In either case, they make choices, just like Scott Peterson made choices...and isn’t that what life, and, sadly, sometimes, death are all about?

-- Illegitimi Non Carborundum

DAMN GOOD THOUGHTS, PEOPLE! We’ll have to do this more often!


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 11/14/2004 at 08:02 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
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