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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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calendar   Saturday - November 06, 2004

On the Subject of “Reaching Out”

By now you’ve probably been saturated with media whores whining about how Bush now needs to reach out and be more conciliatory towards Democrats.  They rationalize it based on some perverse notion that winners should be more gracious.  Even the Europeans are saying it.  But what do you expect from a bunch of losers?

Well, they can rationalize all they want but the era of conciliation needs to end.  To the victors go the spoils. 

When the hated Red Sox beat my beloved Yankees you did not see Yankee fans calling the Bosox general manager asking him to be more warm and fuzzy, did you?  So why should we?

Newspapers are full of editorials doing the same thing:  insisting that the only way to unite the nation is to “reach out and be conciliatory.”

It got bad enough that I wrote both local papers with the following.  I recommned you do the same.  My St. Pete paper was full of letters to the editor all saying ther same thing and only one against.  I am pissed.

So steal this if you want (just don’t send it to the St. Pete Times or the Hernando Today papers.)


As a Republican and a conservative it does not surprise me to see how many main-stream papers who’s liberal editorial boards could not correctly endorse the right man for President and, having chosen incorrectly, think we have an obligation to go around trying to make nice.  Sorry, but if he was not conciliatory in his first term and won MILLIONS more votes for a second term, explain to me EXACTLY WHY it is he needs to be conciliatory now?

These editors want us to make nice with:

--the people in foreign countries who tried to influence our elections;

--the leaders of foreign countries who refused to stand with us in deposing a terrorist threat because their hands were full of his money (France, Germany for two);

--the people that lied about what we, as Republicans, plan to do in the next 4 years;

--the people who tore into Bush’s past but never questioned Kerry’s

--the people that scare our elderly into thinking we are taking their social security;

--the people that stole or defaced our campaign signs;

--the people that injured our volunteers in attacks;

--the people that burned swastikas in our yards;

--the people that fraudulently tried to get the dead to vote;

--the people who fraudulently registered the same folks over and over

(I could go on and on but you get the picture.)

To those newspapers and other liberally biased media minions out there:  don’t come to me with pleas for conciliation.  YOUR PARTY has much to atone for and right now I am not feeling very forgiving.


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 11/06/2004 at 06:10 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - September 01, 2004

Careful what you ask for

Two of the best bosses I ever had in the Air Force were Colonels of Puerto Rican descent while I worked at the American Embassy in Lisbon, Portugal. They taught me a lot and I am indebted to them. Why do I bring this up? Because it helps set the stage for the following story I got from one of them.



One of the many headaches that the U. S. had was the Puerto Rican Island of Vieques. In the waning years of the Clinton Administration, protesters demanded that the US Navy abandon bombing and naval gun fire exercises that had taken place on the largely uninhabited island for nearly seventy years. Liberal icons bumped into one another to fly to Puerto Rico, boat over to the island, trespass (but never on a day that there was an exercise scheduled) and get arrested for the benefit of the New York Times or Newsweek. They included : Al Sharpton, Mrs. Jesse Jackson, Joan Baez, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Edward Olmos, Michael Moore and Ramsey Clark, just to name a few. These in addition of the local politicos and strap hangers.

In 2002, the bombing exercises were transferred to an Air Force bombing range in central Florida, not far from the Jacksonville and Pensacola Naval Air Stations. In January, many of the protesters were back in Puerto Rico, celebrating the final bombing exercise on Vieques and waved Puerto Rican flags and placards that read:
"U.S. Navy, get out of Puerto Rico."


The following Feb, Rumsfeld announced that the U.S. Navy will close the Roosevelt Roads Naval Air Station in Puerto Rico in 2004, eliminating 1200 civilian jobs as well as 700 military positions. This naval facility is estimated to have put nearly $300 million annually into the local economy. The next day a stunned governor Sila Calderon, held a news conference in San Juan, protesting the base closure as a serious blow to the Commonwealth's fragile economy. The governor stated that "The people of Puerto Rico don't now or never did have an interest in closing the Vieques bombing range or the Roosevelt Roads naval base. We are interested in both staying in Puerto Rico."

When asked, the Commander-in Chief, Western Atlantic Command, said, "Without Vieques, I see no further need for the facility at Roosevelt Roads. None."

So, Yanqui go home? Fine. But we'll take our dollars with us. Hasta la vista, baby!

On February 21, the Secretary of Defense also announced that starting this year, the U.S. European Command would begin moving most if not all of its active combat and support units from bases in Germany to others being established in Poland, The Czech Republic, Hungary and Turkey to "better position them for rapid deployment to likely hot spots in those parts of the world".

Immediately the business and government leaders in the German states of Hesse, Rhineland and Wurttemburg, protested the loss of nearly $6 billion in revenue each year from the bases and manpower to be displaced. A spokesman for the Foreign Ministry speculated that the move may be "what the Americans call 'payback' for the actions of this government in opposing Military action in Iraq.

" Does anyone know the German translation for "Hasta la vista, baby?"

Oh, ain't it nice to see a government with guts and a good memory.


Note from Vilmar: Did you know the United Sates taxpayer funds Puerto Rico to the tune of $22 billion per YEAR!?!?!
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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 09/01/2004 at 07:42 AM   
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