Sarah Palin's presence in the lower 48 means the Arctic ice cap can finally return.

calendar   Friday - August 27, 2004

Wouldn’t It Be Nice For A Change?

For a glimpse of how heady it would be if the media were right wing instead of barking moonbat ass-sucking lap dogs to the Dummycraps, read this account of how the Presidential race would be covered.

Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 08/27/2004 at 07:35 AM    avatar
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Kerry’s Lies

Kerry trots out a couple saying the lady was forced to work while undergoing treatment for cancer.

They say it's a lie.

Are you surprised?

Now The Poodle says he was in Vietnam when MLK was shot in April 1968. Yet Fuckface didn't go to 'Nam until November!

From the same article comes this:
Kerry has often referred to his yearlong tour of duty on the USS Gridley as his first tour of Vietnam, even though the frigate only approached the coast in the Gulf of Tonkin.

Gee, could he "technically" be correct? I don't think so but maybe some old sailors out there can clue us in.

Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 08/27/2004 at 07:32 AM    avatar
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An oldie but goodie from Ric.

While trying to escape through Pakistan, Osama Bin Laden found a brass lamp and picked it up.

Suddenly, a female genie rose from the lamp and with a smile said, "Master, may I grant you one wish?"

"You ignorant unworthy daughter-of-a-dog! Don't you know who I am? I don't need any common woman giving me anything," barked Bin Laden.

The shocked genie said, "Please, I must grant you a wish or I will be returned to that lamp forever."

Osama thought a moment. Then grumbled about the impertinence of the woman,and said "Very well, I want to awaken with three American women in my bed in the morning, so just do it and be off with you!"

The annoyed genie said, "So be it !" and disappeared.

The next morning Bin Laden woke up in bed with Lorena Bobbitt, Tonya Harding, and Hillary Clinton.

His penis was gone, his knee was broken, and he had no health insurance.

God is good.

Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 08/27/2004 at 07:01 AM    avatar
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A Snippet and A Follow-Up

Historically, this is quite a find.

The location of one of the largest military camps in US history set up to take the Mississippi from the Spanish should war be declared.

Yesterday I posted about how the assholes at the Olympics wanted President Bush to pull his campaign ad because he'd used the word "Olympics."

I just found out he basically told them to, in fact, go fuck themselves, he's not pulling it. He mentioned nothing about the horse they rode in on, though!


Professor Adams is on a roll. Today he defines for us what FEMS and a FAMMS are. Former: a person who suffers from Free Expression Menopause Syndrome and the latter: a person who suffers from First Amendment Male Menopause Syndrome.

Read to discover how you can spot one. And continue reading (especially if you are in college, high school, or any educational facility run by the government.) HELP IS ON THE WAY!!!

Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 08/27/2004 at 06:59 AM    avatar
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Quote Of The Day

"In the first place, God made idiots. That was for practice. Then he made school boards. "
-- Mark Twain (1835 - 1910)

On This Day In History

August 27, 1883 - Krakatau Explodes
The most powerful volcanic eruption in recorded history occurs on Krakatau, a small, uninhabited island located west of Sumatra in Indonesia. Volcanic activity began on Krakatau on May 20, and on August 26 Krakatau began to erupt violently. The next day, four giant explosions occurred, the third of which blew away the northern two-thirds of the island and caused 120-foot tidal waves that killed 36,000 people on the nearby islands of Java and Sumatra. The explosions could be heard more than 2,000 miles away in Australia, and ash was propelled to a height of 50 miles. Fine dust from the explosion drifted around the earth, causing spectacular sunsets and forming an atmospheric veil that lowered world temperatures by a degree.

Today's Birthdays

Lyndon Baines Johnson, (1908–1973), American President
Mother Teresa, (1910–1997, Roman Catholic missionary in India, winner of the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize

Thanks to The Quotations Page - The History Channel - The Biography Channel.

Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/27/2004 at 06:05 AM    avatar
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calendar   Thursday - August 26, 2004

Oh Ye, Of Little Faith

The Boston Red Sox and the Chicago Cubs are the Wild-Card leaders.

Mheh-heh-he-he-he .....

Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/26/2004 at 11:34 PM    avatar
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Message From The Twins

The Twin Cuties Have A Message For You ....

We're sure that you have no doubt who we'll be voting for in November. But you should also know that we would be voting for our Dad in this election even if he had not raised us, loved us, tutored us, coached us, and even listened to a few excuses from us for late curfews. We have been privileged to know our President personally and we know he is the right person to lead our country - especially when there are so many important issues at stake.

Our Dad has qualities that are needed in a good President - loyalty, humor (embarrassing as it sometimes may be), compassion, and, most importantly, integrity. We're not the only ones who see it. In fact, our friends - from varying political backgrounds - are supporting our Dad in November. Not only because of his decisions to liberate the women of Afghanistan or bring freedom to the people of Iraq, but because during the last ten years they met a man whose title was Governor or President, but who was always happy to be known as "our Dad." He made everyone feel welcome and comfortable in our house (except for the occasional boyfriend) and our friends got to know him as a really good guy.

We know that when you get to know his record as President, you too will feel compelled to participate in this year's election - and hopefully get involved in the campaign, too. We know it can be hard to find time to think about politics. We just graduated from college and are perfectly aware that schoolwork, parties, and extra-curricular activities keep students busy, away from campaigns and voting booths. In the last election, less than half of 18- to 24-year-olds were registered to vote, and only 32% of them actually did vote. Sadly, many Americans our age did not take advantage of their right to vote.

We are asking you to get involved with this campaign not only because it is the most critical election of our lifetime, but also because we have the ability to positively change our future. Please encourage your friends to sign up on the campaign's web site ( and register to vote online. At the web site you'll also find a lot of information about how to get involved in our Dad's re-election campaign. It's an easy process, and it's the best way to have a say in this year's election.

Thanks for taking a few minutes to think about some big issues. This is a really important election, and we know that with your help our Dad will win in November.

Jenna and Barbara Bush

Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/26/2004 at 11:06 PM    avatar
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We Were Not Invited

Dammit! We were not invited to the Republican National Convention.

I had hopes Vilmar could be encouraged to attend this one since I risked my life to attend the (spit) DNC Convention in Boston undercover.

I extend my congratulations to the following who received invites:

David Adesnik (OxBlog)
Bill Ardolino (INDC Journal)
Kevin Aylward (WizBang)
Tom Bevan (Real Clear Politics)
Ben Domenech (
Hugh Hewitt (
John Hinderaker (PowerLine)
Matt Margolis (
Edward Morrissey (
Alan Nelson (The Command Post)
Brian Reich (Campaign Web Review)
Scott Sala (Slant Point)
Karol Sheinin (Spot On)
Roger L. Simon (Roger L. Simon)
Josh Trevino (Tacitus)

Cheers to you all. Boston was enough for me. Enjoy the show and keep us updated.

Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/26/2004 at 10:45 PM    avatar
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Kerry’s Sampan Incident

Here's one I was not aware of but Pat Buchanan covers it quite well: John F**king Kerry's actions while manning a radar one dark night. This is troubling stuff. It calls into question everything he alleges to have done that night.

When all's said and done, however, his actions deserved an inquiry--which never took place.

Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 08/26/2004 at 04:34 PM    avatar
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How soon?

After reading this I sat back and thought to myself, "self, we are headed in a very strange direction and I am not sure I want to go there."

So I open it up to the readers..........

Virtual girlfriends demanding jewelry and pledges of marriage? YIKES!!! How soon before we are making love to a series of electrons? Is this a good thing? Will it help defeat sexually transmitted disease? Will it reduce female enslavement for prostitution? Will men stop getting hairy palms and will women no longer look to see if batteries are included? What are problems may pop up as a result of this?

I leave it up to you.

Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 08/26/2004 at 11:03 AM    avatar
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My Reply?

This one is a no brainer and there is only one reply: "FUCK YOU AND THE HORSE YOU RODE IN ON.........asshole!"

These people also piss me off. Just because they work for the Olympics all of a sudden no one can mention the words without getting their fucking approval.

I just wish they'd all ESAD.

(for the acronym declined: eat shit and die! FOAD works nicely, too---fuck off and die!)

Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 08/26/2004 at 10:56 AM    avatar
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The Poodle’s ties to 527s

Chuck Noe of NewsMax has put together a list of ties linking John F**king Kerry and his minions in the 527 groups. Considering how The Poodle keeps accusing President Bush of being linked to these groups it is fascinating to see his own linkage to these groups.

Example after example, link after link all showing connections to Kerry and the DNC.

Here's another piece on those 527 groups.

Did you know that of the Top 25 donors to 527s only 2 are republican?

How about these numbers: of those top 25 the dollar amounts $56,193,000 went to left-leaning groups and only $1,520,000 went to right wing groups!!!! What's that? 36 times more to these leftist bastards?

Also check out the President's web site which has a page dedicated to listing Top 10 Connections between Fuckface and his 527s.

Tell any asshole dummycrap you find about these numbers and web sites. Then tell them to shove up their ass any argument for Bush to request the Swiftboat Vets stop their ads.

Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 08/26/2004 at 08:31 AM    avatar
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The absurdity of what is now called “the education system”

I've used the following line before but need to do so again. They say repetition is a good thing. The Dummycraps use it a lot to spread their lies. Maybe I can use it to spread some truth.

I get some damned sick and tired of listening to the screechings of leftist twits in this country, so high up on their high horses of righteous indignation, telling me that as a Conservative I am insensitive, uncaring, biased, trash the environment, kill babies, enslave women, take food from senior citizens, am a capitalist pig, and stifle others' rights.

Yet none of these fucktards are capable of seeing through the fog of their own hypocrisy.

More examples today from our famed educational system.

From Professor Mike Adams who ABSOLUTELY SKEWERS another professor at Rutgers. You HAVE to read this. Please. It's especially delicious when Mike grabs these hypocrites by the throat and using their own words, rubs their nose in it like you'd rub a puppy's nose in something it should not have done. I smile just thinking about it. Excuse me while I go re-read it. OBTW, I wrote the good professor an email, too.

The next one is really incredible. A professor is up on charges at a university for "allowing" three women to get in a discussion where one woman felt offended (there's that "f" word again, feelings) and complained.

Funny how the college has a policy of "free speech" yet it is now prosecuting one of its own for allowing it.

Hmmmm, what's that smell? Could it be the foul odor of hypocrisy?

Lastly, we have a story about a leftist college professor who wrote the words "FUCK GOD" on his blackboard after having ridiculed one of his students for being Christian and a Republican.

The college is insisting the professor apologize. You know that's got to have the liberals with their panties in a really tight wad now that the shoe is on the other foot. (geez, am I getting metaphor happy or what?) You know they don't like the sensation of having their version of "academic freedom" shoved down their throats.

P.S. I recommend you all take a look at this site:

Pass the link to every student you know. Mail it to them, email it to them, IM it to them, call them and tell them about it, etc.

It's not only for professors but for High School teachers (and even doctors.) The links to these are listed on the site

Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 08/26/2004 at 08:28 AM    avatar
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(S)ure (H)appy (I)t’s (T)hursday Nonsense

Click to hear an updated version of a Frank Sinatra song.

Thanks to Brian!

There was this student visiting in Canada and trying to get back into the US. He was a passenger with other friends in this car that gets stopped for inspection and the driver got nailed for having underage kids AND liquor in the vehicle. This kid excuses himself to cop a squat. He causes the toilets to clog. They arrest him. It's true! No shit!! (pun intended!)

Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 08/26/2004 at 08:19 AM    avatar
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Attack Dogs - Carrying Kerry’s Fleas

An audience member (L) holds up bumper stickers against U.S. President George Bush during a campaign stop by Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry (D-MA) (R) at the Steamfitter's Local Union 420 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 25, 2004. The bumper stickers question President Bush's service during the Vietnam War, as questions have been raised about Senator Kerry's service.

Howard Dean speaks at the rally near the site of the Republican National Convention in New York August 24, 2004. Police expect large protests and have planned for the possibility of attacks when the convention starts in New York next week.

Former US Senator Max Cleland (C), who lost three limbs in Vietnam, holds a letter for US President George W. Bush at a security check point just outside Bush's Crawford, Texas ranch. Cleland tried to deliver the letter, signed by nine senators, but was unable to do so. The letter urges Bush to condemn attacks on Democratic candidate John Kerry's war record.

Al Franken announce plans for the 'Great American Shout-Out' at a press conference in New York, Wednesday Aug. 25, 2004. Franken, a liberal comedian and talk show host at Air America Radio, says the protest calls on New Yorkers to simultaneously scream 'fuggedaboutdit' at the moment that President Bush accepts the nomination next week at the Republican convention.

And finally, Michael Moore ....

Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/26/2004 at 07:53 AM    avatar
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Quote Of The Day

"I have never made but one prayer to God, a very short one: 'O Lord, make my enemies ridiculous.' And God granted it."
-- Voltaire (1694 - 1778)

On This Day In History

August 26, 1862 - Second Bull Run Campaign Begins
The stage is set for the Second Battle of Bull Run on this day when Confederate cavalry under General Fitzhugh Lee enter Manassas Junction and capture the rail center. Union General John Pope's Army of Virginia was soon on its way, and the two armies would clash on August 29.

In August 1862, the action shifted from the James Peninsula, southeast of Richmond, to northern Virginia. The peninsula had been the scene of a major campaign in June, when Union General George McClellan and his Army of the Potomac attempted to capture Richmond, but were thwarted by Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia in the Seven Days' Battles.

By August, it was clear that McClellan would not make another attempt on the Confederate capital. President Lincoln began moving troops from McClellan's force to General John Pope's Army of Virginia in the northern part of the state. Lee sent one of his corps, commanded by General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson, to keep an eye on the growing Federal presence.

Pope's army was scattered around the area east of Washington from Manassas to the Shenandoah Valley. Approaching the area with the intent of driving Pope away, Jackson and his force captured Bristoe Station southwest of Manassas. On August 26, the Confederates captured Manassas and began looting and destroying Pope's huge supply depot located there. Pope was surprised by the large Rebel force operating in his rear, but he also realized that Jackson was detached from the rest of Lee's army and so he began gathering his forces around Manassas.

But Pope soon had a new problem: He could not find Jackson. From August 26 until the beginning of Second Bull Run on August 29, Pope's men searched for Jackson, who had hidden his army in the trees along Bull Run. On August 29, Jackson surprised Pope and the battle was on. The rest of Lee's army showed up, and the result was a major victory for the Confederacy.

Today's Birthdays

Peggy Guggenheim, (1898–1979), American modern art patron and collector
Albert Sabin, (1906–93), American physician and microbiologist, developer of polio vaccine

Thanks to The Quotations Page - The History Channel - The Biography Channel.

Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/26/2004 at 07:08 AM    avatar
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