Wednesday, March 12, 2008

I had to listen to this three times.

But yes, Nancy Pelosi is endorsing McCain over Hussein.

More Wayne

It has been a beautiful day and to top it off, Wayne weighs in with some wonderful comments. Let us begin.

Well well, what have we here? A genuine neocon! Congratulations, there’s not many of you left who haven’t realized just how insane your ideology is. That Norman Podhoretz “WW IV” rhetoric is a dead giveaway. And your obsession for war with Iran and everybody else except Israel is not surprising, now that I know where you’re coming from.

Well now, since a neocon is a liberal who has become a conservative I fail to see how a self confessed social liberal can be considered a necon, but then logic has never be a long suite of the Left. As for war with Iran, that has been on going for years and years but we haven’t yet been smart enough to acknowledge it. That time will come. Hopefully before they nuke NYC.

Like most other neocons, you went over to worship at the altar of Saint Ronnie of Reagan and you’ve been there ever since. Having voted for the rightwing extremist Perot isn’t exactly an indication of a change in philosophy. I admit that being for National Health Care, pro choice, gay marriage and drug law reform are not usually on a Republican’s agenda so maybe you’re an independent free thinker who just happens to always support Republicans and never Democrats. Like I said, there’s a lot of that kinda thing going around these days.

I also don’t know how voting for someone is considered to be worshipping them. Perhaps you confuse me with an Hussein minion. As I noted, I will support a Demo when one arrives that doesn’t think the country and western civilization sucks and doesn’t want to surrender to our enemies.

Oh now, this is good: “…the Left, especially our so-called ‘elite’ universities to destroy our separation of church and state by allowing Shari law to be enforced.” Ha ha, did you say that just to give me a laugh? So the Left is destroying our separation of church and state? That’s a good one! Ever heard of The White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives?

I see that you have no knowledge of the foot washers installed in a tech college in Minneapolis, the Muslim checkers who won’t check pork, taxi cab drivers who won’t carry dogs or alcohol, the school in San Diego who segregate boys and girls and provide specific in class room pray time, and then the honor killing in Texas.

If you allow the practuce of Shari law then you are being governed by Shari law.

You should watch more FNC.

And I know no Christian groups that are threatening to attack the US. Let me know when they start taking flight lessons.

You said, “For proof of my assertions regarding the lack of education of this society you need go no further.” So you’re right because you say you are? Sorry, that dog don’t hunt. The Left hasn’t destroyed this country’s energy independence. The Right is more to blame for that. I don’t think that astrology is real science but some people do. Like Ronald and Nancy Reagan for example.


Heh?? Nancy wasn’t Pres and Reagan won the cold war. And your point was??

But I do believe human activity is having an effect on global warming. If you don’t then maybe you’re one of those flat-earth Republicans, I mean free thinkers, who doesn’t believe in evolution. Like Mike Huckabee. Or like George W Bush, who thinks Intelligent Design (Christian Bible creationism, wink wink) should be taught in our classrooms. Oops, there goes that separation of church and state thing again.

You didn’t have to tell me you believe in manmade GW. I took that for granted. Now, explain to me the Medieval Warming period and the Little Ice Age and why the globe isn’t getting warmer on a linear basis, given that the amount of carbon dioxide being dumped in to the atmosphere is increasing every year.

You’re right, I don’t have a fix for the problem of high gas prices and it is not my place to have one. I didn’t say I did. But Junior said he did. He and his party should be held accountable for that. You’re wrong to say that I have no reason for wanting a change. Just like most Americans, I believe we’ve been going in the wrong direction. And we’re not going to change direction if Mr. 100 Years in Iraq John McSame is our next president.
I don’t know to tell you this, but us social liberals have all sorts of solutions and are ready to ask that they be tried. And if it isn’t your place, what is that you do? Drink the kool aid and vote the straight surrender – aka Demo – ticket?

You say my comments show I lack information. But you say, “The invasion of Iraq was a good thing” without offering anything to justify such a profound, and frankly absurd, claim. You make the radical assertion that the left has assisted radical Muslim terrorists, yet you offer nothing to justify the silly accusation. If the “Demos Senate Majority Leader” has made “cowardly surrender statements”, please at provide quotes to support this statement. At least I furnished some quotes and my comments show I lack information, according to you. Remember? And how about some specifics on the episode where Democrats were supposed to have dispatched their “…House Leader to beg for peace from the likes of Syria.”

Educating you as to why the invasion of Iraq was a good thing is beyond the space and time constraints of this blog. As to the assistance of the Left to the terrorists I note that anytime you attack our troops that assists the enemy. For a real world example:

Q: Was the American antiwar movement important to Hanoi's victory?

A: It was essential to our strategy. Support of the war from our r
ear was completely secure while the American rear was vulnerable. Every day our leadership would listen to world news over the radio at 9 a.m. to follow the growth of the American antiwar movement. Visits to Hanoi by people like Jane Fonda, and former Attorney General Ramsey Clark and ministers gave us confidence that we should hold on in the face of battlefield reverses. We were elated when Jane Fonda, wearing a red Vietnamese dress, said at a press conference that she was ashamed of American actions in the war and that she would struggle along with us.

The above comes from a WSJ artricle with Bui Tin, the North Vietnam general officer who received the surrender of South Vietnam. I think that makes him a very good source.

As for Reid's commnents re the war being lost and Pelosi's trip to Syria I refer you to Google. It is a very valuable tool.

As or "McShame," I can only say that the man has more courage in his little finger that all of yours and mine combined.

Call your Congressman

From the President's speech.

There’s an effort afoot that would jeopardize your right to express your views on public airways. Some members of Congress want to reinstate a regulation that was repealed 20 years ago. It has the Orwellian name called the Fairness Doctrine. Supporters of this regulation say we need to mandate that any discussion of so-called controversial issues on the public airwaves includes equal time for all sides. This means that many programs wanting to stay on the air would have to meet Washington’s definition of balance. Of course, for some in Washington, the only opinions that require balancing are the ones they don’t like. (Laughter and applause.)

We know who these advocates of so-called balance really have in their sights: shows hosted by people like Rush Limbaugh or James Dobson, or many of you here today. By insisting on so-called balance, they want to silence those they don’t agree with. The truth of the matter is, they know they cannot prevail in the public debate of ideas. They don’t acknowledge that you are the balance; that you give voice — (applause.) The country should not be afraid of the diversity of opinions. After all, we’re strengthened by diversity of opinions.

If Congress truly supports the free and open exchange of ideas, then there is a way they can demonstrate that right now. Republicans have drafted legislation that would ban reinstatement of the so-called Fairness Doctrine. Unfortunately, Democratic leaders in the House of Representatives have blocked action on this bill. So in response, nearly every Republican in the House has signed onto what’s called a “discharge petition,” that would require Congress to hold an up or down vote on the ban. Supporters of this petition are only 24 signatures away.

Here is a link that will give you the name and address.

Bits and pieces

Spitzer proves one more time that men do not have enough blood to think and do the sex thing at the same time...

Just heard... the Tennessee legislature has killed a bill outlawing text messaging while driving.... well duhhhhh ...They actually need a law for that? What's next? "No Breathing" painted on the bottom of swimming pools?

Saw something someplace that had pictures of the brain showing that it changes when talking on a cell phone while driving...I have several questions... Wouldn't it also change when just talking?? And how did they get the X-Ray machine in the back seat?

If global warming is caused by man made carbon dioxide, and if the amount is increasing every year, why doesn't the temperature go up every year. Did everyone quit driving last year??

How does me buying carbon credits from someone who is producing less carbon dioxide than me decrease the amount of carbon dioxide produced??

Since trees absorb carbon dioxide, why isn't Pope Algore planting trees instead of investing in a hedge fund on carbon credits? Hey, just asking.

If the Federal Reserve printing more money makes the stock market to go up, and since that also devalues the dollar which causes the price of oil to go up which causes the stock market to go down......???

Read somewhere that they don't have enough transmission facilities to carry electric power from the new windmill power plants to the users. Are there any people called "Planners" around today??

Hump day continues.