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calendar   Tuesday - January 04, 2005

Doing The Right Thing

The House yesterday decided to keep the tough standard they used to have (and suddenly waived late last year) for disciplining wayward lawmakers.

This could spell the end of Senator Tom DeLay and reinstate a rule that would force Majority Leader Tom DeLay to step aside if indicted by a Texas grand jury.

Amazingly enough, the move was made by DeLay himself.

The conspiracist in me thinks this may be a ploy because:

1. they know nothing will come of whatever charges have been filed against him ---- or ---

2.  they will not find him guilty out of a sense of “gentlemanly fair play” because he re-instituted the rule (so they’ll spare him) --- or ---

3.  they’re getting ready to fry a big democratic fish and want the rule to be in place to cast his (or her) ass out


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 01/04/2005 at 06:27 AM   
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calendar   Monday - January 03, 2005

Coming Attractions!

Anyone up for another act of ”The Heavenly Poker Game”? You can read Act I here and Act II here. Stay tuned. Act III is almost finished .. sorry it took so long. General “Black Jack” Pershing takes center stage on this one and explains to his comrades the bullshit that went on during and after WWI and then Eisenhower joins the game and gives his side of WWII. Patton has his say (in spades) but Grant and Sherman are confused until Reagan explains it all. Oh yeah .... almost forgot .... someone is caught cheating.


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 01/03/2005 at 10:04 AM   
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calendar   Thursday - December 30, 2004

Another Idea Whose Time Has Come

Another Idea Whose Time Has Come

A couple of lawmakers in Alaska want to pass a law that would hold juvenile vandals accountable for their actions through adulthood.

HOORAY!!  About damned time!

The law:

“removes caps on parents’ liability for their childrens’ vandalism, allows the court to establish a payment plan and makes the minor responsible for debt before and after they turn 18. State law now caps parent liability at $25,000.  The bill also would allow the state to garnish Alaska Permanent Fund dividend checks for vandals who have not repaid their debts.”

They’ve got my vote!


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 12/30/2004 at 07:07 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - December 22, 2004

The Good News Does Not Stop

This put a huge smile on my face! Blue states to lose seats; Red states to gain seats.

Oh, Pendulum!  How I see thee swing!!!

It won’t be long now before it starts to lop off the heads of these moonbats surrounding me!

Savor this piece.  Read it slowly.  Then read it again and gloat.

BWAH! HA! HA! HA!


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 12/22/2004 at 02:22 PM   
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Something Stinks In Washington State

You should all be aware that the race for governor in Washington state is tight.  So far, the Republican, Mr. Rossi has a slim lead after a couple of recounts.  But Dummycraps are already saying their candidate, Gregoire, has won by 8 votes.

So what’s going on?  The Democrats are pulling some stunts (DUH!  Who’s surprised by this?) that I believe are somewhat unethical.  It turns out about 500 ballots were initially rejected because the signatures were considered invalid.

When this recount mess started, letters were sent to 423 of the 573 voters whose signatures were not in the system.  The letters asked for them to update their signatures.

This smells a lot like the Florida mess in 2000 when Democrats were trying to change the rules.

This mess started when people in power connected to the Democrats started to rant and rave.

Something is really wrong with this whole scenario.

Whereas I can feel some sort of empathy with the people whose votes were not counted, I still fall back on the premise that every citizen has a DUTY, an OBLIGATION to make sure all their data are correct.  If they choose to use absentee ballots rather than show at a polling place, then they should also make sure that all the data needed to verify their information is correct and updated and in place at the supervisor of elections office.

After the election it is too late.  Too bad.  The one fucked is you--by you--for not doing your job.


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 12/22/2004 at 06:44 AM   
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calendar   Tuesday - December 21, 2004

A Face Lift For Dems?

Lately I’ve been hearing a lot about how Democrats are publicly saying their party needs to address abortion as an issue and that maybe they should be more restrictive in allowing abortions.  Of course, mainstream and extremist Dummycraps are livid.  Hell, even John F***ing Kerry, former presidential candidate (LOSER!!) and, if you did not already know it, who served in Vietnam, says the Dems have to lighten up.

Good gracious, Miss Molly but even Nancy Pelosi is supporting an anti-abortion democrat for head of the DNC.

You may be asking yourself, “Self, what the fuck are these assholes up to?  I don’t trust them as far as I can throw them and here they are trying to make nice with people like me.”

That’d be a very good question to ask and one to keep in mind for when you read the following paragraph.

Take a look at what the Hildebeast has been doing lately.  Defending the military.  Coming out against such a liberal position on abortion, speaking out in favor of more gun rights.

Yep!  There’s definitely something going on.

Could it be the party is trying to position itself to take seats away from the Republicans?  Yep!  Could the Hildebeat be trying to set herself up as a moderate in a run for President?

YOU BET YOUR FUCKING LIFE SHE IS!!


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 12/21/2004 at 05:52 AM   
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calendar   Friday - December 17, 2004

Moonbats in Pennsylvania

The moonbats are alive and well in Lancaster, that’s for sure.

P.E.S.T. is afflicting city council members in Lancaster Pennsylvania, apparently.

A Democratic city councilman has demanded that a baker remove photos of President Bush from his stand in Lancaster’s venerable farmers’ market, saying the city needs a “healing period” following the bitterly contested presidential election.

Damn, these people are a bunch of pussies!  GET THE FUCK OVER IT!!


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 12/17/2004 at 07:11 AM   
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calendar   Thursday - December 16, 2004

Another Possible Win For The Good Guys

You may recall some time ago there was a story about this jerk-off in Denver who refused to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance?

Well, the voters have successfully put together enough signatures to force a recall election on his ass.  I hope they throw the SOB out.  Fucktard!


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 12/16/2004 at 06:59 AM   
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What The Hell Is Going On

What is it with Ill-Annoy and its legislature?

Now they are attempting to ban video games?

Look, there are a lot of games out there that I think are inappropriate but whatever happened to personal responsibility?

Since when is it the job of a legislature to do the job of parents?

This is like gun control.  Legislate it so that the law abiding can’t get it but guess what?  The criminals still will be able to.  Same thing here.  Do these fucks really understand how easy it is to get these games.  All a kid needs is a credit card or access to a money order and they can order on-line where they just click on the block asking if they are 18.

This is nothing more than an effort these fucktards engage in to self-aggrandize and then when re-election comes up, they can say, “look what I did for “YOUR CHILDREN!” AND YOU STUPID FUCKING PARENTS!

Dummycraps say that when we boycott concerts by bands like the Ditzy Shits it is censorship.  No, it’s called capitalism.  now, THIS is censorship!


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 12/16/2004 at 06:26 AM   
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calendar   Tuesday - December 07, 2004

Is It Over?

Can it be?  The election certification in Ohio is over. You’ll never guess who won.

Go ahead.  Guess.

I’ll wait.

........hmmmmm..........

OK, I’ll tell you.  Bush.

But hell, that’s not enough for the left who keeps insisting he stole the election, that people were disenfranchised.  Hell, they’ll probably try to blame him for the long lines and lack of machines at some precincts.

The leftist bastards plan to file their petitions today.

On the subject of recounts and the left, I guess they are not happy in Washington.  Those poor assholes are on the third count now.

By hand.

Every vote.

Visions (and nightmares) of Florida, hanging chads, voter intent and all that happy horseshit are dancing in my head.


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 12/07/2004 at 07:16 AM   
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calendar   Friday - November 26, 2004

Florida Will Stay Divided

Right now Florida has one republican senator (Martinez) and one democratic senator (Nelson.) In two years Nelson comes up for re-election.  State republican party members are hoping for his loss in 2006.

But Nelson has been in the news twice in the past week and based on what he’s done, I will say right now he will win re-election by a large margin.

They guy is no dummy.

Just recently he introduced a measure:

“urging the Defense Department to continue its traditional support of the Boy Scouts.”

If that’s not strong enough he says he’ll:

“amend the Defense Department’s spending authorization bill to provide support for the Scouts.”

He’s also supported a bill to allow Floridians to deduct sales taxes on their federal income tax returns.

I’d say he’s cementing his position and will be difficult to defeat.


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 11/26/2004 at 06:54 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - November 20, 2004

Yin and Yang

Here we have a group of people bound and determined to keep naturalized citizens (like myself) from being able to run as President.

Then we have this fucktarded C*** of a former Secretary of State who thinks it is just hunky-dory to change the constitution to allow such a move.  I can’t help but wonder if she has a vested interest in this.

Thank God Condi will be an ever much more SOS than THAT bitch EVER was.


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 11/20/2004 at 06:55 AM   
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calendar   Monday - November 08, 2004

On the Subject Of Judicial Nominations

Senator Allen pegged it perfectly:

“I think that they saw what happened to their leader; Tom Daschle was defeated. Elections have consequences ... lessons and messages are sent. So I think if the Democrats continue with that line of petty partisan obstructionism and filibustering ... they do so at their own peril.”

Yes, Democrats, you better play nice or you might NEVER see control of anything again.

Speaking of Judicial nominations, go here and give yourself a voice in an attempt to thwart Senator Arlen Specter from becoming the Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

According to an email forwarded to me from Allan which came from Thekeymonk, Specter’s deviation from the Republican mainstream and why he would make an awful Senate Judiciary chair.  Kathryn Lopez at National Review is driving this issue HARD we can help.

Here’s the link again.

Also, check the following for some information including the text of an email he sent Sens. Cornyn, Sessions, Sununu, Frist, Shelby, Chambliss
and Enzi yesterday (Cornyn, Sessions, Shelby, Chambliss and Enzi are on theSJC).


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 11/08/2004 at 06:31 AM   
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calendar   Sunday - November 07, 2004

The Winners and Losers

NewsMax breaks it down but the pictures make more sense if I just cut and paste.

Of course, the big winners of the election are President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney.

And the big losers are Sens. John Kerry and John Edwards.

Now it’s time to look at the rest of the dazzlers and duds:

The Other Big Losers

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1. Terry McAuliffe – Most of the pundits and nattering nabobs have been bizarrely leery of discussing the biggest loser of the 2004 election, but the Clintonista chairman of the Democratic National Committee “earns” this booby prize for having presided over a string of elections that have destroyed his party.

2. Dan Rather – The CBS anchorman’s multiple blatant attempts to damage President Bush with outrageously biased propaganda and faked “documents” is one of the most shameful things that took place in 2004.

3. George Soros – All the king’s billions and all the king’s goons couldn’t make the American people accept John Kerry.

4. Michael Moore – His constant, hateful attacks on the president backfired and motivated Middle America to crowd the voting booths in record numbers.

5. Tom Daschle – The Senate obstructionist tried to fool the people of South Dakota by running campaign ads showing him hugging President Bush. It didn’t work.

6. Teddy Kennedy – As NewsMax reported, he was the power behind John Kerry. Kerry’s run was Kennedy’s last hurrah.

7. Kitty Kelley – Her trashy book smearing the Bush family was a dud.

8. Bruce Springsteen – A whole generation loves The Boss’ music, but they hate his politics. Bruce should stick to his guitar and read Frederick Hayek before his next foray into politics.

The Other Big Winners

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1. Zell Miller – Member, Pantheon of American Heroes. This brave senator was one of the few Democrats to realize the urgency of the war on terrorism and the failures of his party.

2. Rudy Giuliani – Even though he differs from President Bush on some issues, “America’s mayor” earned his nickname by campaigning hard and well for the GOP ticket in the heartland.

3. Hillary Clinton – John Kerry’s failure makes her the Democrats’ front-runner for 2008. Her semi-moderate voting record in the Senate shows she has her eye on the White House.

4. Ed Koch – An ever-popular Democrat, Hizzoner never pretended to agree with President Bush on social or economic issues, but he recognized – and courageously declared – America’s security trumps politics.

5. Karl Rove – President Bush’s “Brain.” Enough said.

6. Jeb Bush – Considering what happened in 2000, the president’s substantial win in Florida in 2004 is a credit to the First Brother.

7. Joe Lieberman – The senator from Connecticut lost the Democrats’ primaries. But President Bush said Lieberman was the only Democrat who could have beaten him. Lieberman will become a more powerful voice in his party.

8. Dick Morris – When all the pundits said the race was just too close to call, guru Morris consistently said Bush would win. On election night, Morris was the first commentator to call the race for Bush – which he did on NewsMax.com.


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 11/07/2004 at 06:44 AM   
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