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Note to Michael Moore

Manatees May Be Smarter Than We Think.

A scientist examining the smooth, grapefruit-size brain of a manatee Michael Moore remarked that the organ’s unwrinkled surface resembled that of the brain of an idiot.

Ever since then, manatees have Moore has generally been considered incapable of doing anything more complicated than chewing sea grass.

That is all!

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Three days after the [Dim]ocrats capture of Congress Rep. Waxman, D-Calif., told the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce that “I’m going to have an interesting time because the Government Reform Committee (where he’s in line to chair the panel) has jurisdiction over everything,”

By everything he means any and everything he and the Party of Appeasement believes is worthy of one. Among the issues that should have been investigated but weren’t, Waxman contended, were the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse scandal, the controversy over the leak of CIA operative Valerie Plame’s name, and the pre-Iraq war use of intelligence.

Is this man so out of touch with reality he hasn’t head of all the serviceman (and a single whore of a servicewoman) that have been tried and convicted as a result of the investigation that WERE conducted? Or the many investigation into pre-war intel and surely he MUST have heard there was no “Rove Frog-march” out of the White House, not to mention no Fitzmas, or the source of the Plame leak confessed!

There’s no other way to put it, Waxman is either nuts or just stupid.

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A new recording attributed to the leader of al-Qaida in Iraq, Al-Muhajir, called Bush a coward whose conduct of the war was rejected at the polls, challenging him to keep U.S. troops in the country to face more bloodshed.

“We haven’t had enough of your blood yet,” taunted terror chieftain Abu Hamza al-Muhajir, identified as the speaker on the tape.

He gloated over Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld’s resignation, claimed to have 12,000 fighters under his command who “have vowed to die for God’s sake,” and said his fighters will not rest until they blow up the White House and occupy Jerusalem.

Well, there you have it [Dim]ocrats, whatcha gonna do? Will Rep[rehensible] Murtha, John “Botched Joke” Kerry and the rest of cut and runners get their way and leave 12,000 jihadist-cut-throats in Iraq?

Al-Muhajir praised the American people for handing victory to the Democrats, saying: “They voted for something reasonable in the last elections.”

By “reasonable” I assume he means “moderate-to-conservative” democrats that were the main reason the [Dim]ocrats were swept into power.

But I question Al-Muhajir ability to judge the Party now in power. The “moderate-to-conservative” [Dim]ocrats in general understand the importance of completing the job of providing a stable Iraq.

Where Al-Muhajir goes wrong is his ignorant belief the vast majority of Dems in the House want to cut and run. As Captain Ed points out George McGovern, the former senator and Democratic presidential candidate, will meet with more than 60 members of Congress next week to recommend a strategy to remove U.S. troops from Iraq by June.

Somehow I don’t think that’s what Al-Muhajir is hoping for, at least in his public statements it doesn’t. It’s damn hard to get ” enough of your blood” if the troops aren’t there.

Of course behind closed tent-flaps there is little doubt Al-Muhajir relishes in the thought of having a free hand in Iraq unencumbered by those pesky U.S. Troops.

So Dims whatcha gonna do, follow the lead of abysmal failure George McGovern or grow a spine and finish the job?

Meanwhile… on the frontlines of Iraq the locals are weeping at the prospect of having the [Dim]ocrats in power: (H/T Paul) “If it was up to the Democrats, we would still be living under Saddam’s tyranny,” Tariq said in an interview Wednesday in the Sadoun Street shopping district. “I’m afraid that this change is going to affect the American presence in Iraq. I don’t want them to leave.”

As well she should be!

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New Zealand’s high school students will be able to use “text-speak” in national exams this year, School officials said Friday.

Text-speak, a second language for thousands of teens, uses abbreviated words and phrases such as “txt” for “text”, “lol” for “laughing out loud” or “lots of love,” and “CU” for “see you.” The move has already divided students and educators who fear it could damage the English language.

Which raises a serious question; Who will translate test papers written in “text-speak” for a teacher that doesn’t understand the lingo?

New Zealand’s Qualifications Authority said that it still strongly discourages students from using anything other than full English, but that credit will be given if the answer “clearly shows the required understanding,” even if it contains text-speak.

I hate to be the one tell the NZ Qualifications Authority this, but your all dumber than dumb! (that’s DTD in “text speak”)

You don’t “discourage” the use of text speak, you ban it’s use altogether! And while you’re in the “banning mood” forbid cellphones & BlackCrackberrys from classrooms during examinations as well.

The minor United Future Party said in a statement: “Untd Futr is cncernd bout da xeptnce of txt spk 2 b allwd in ritn xams 4 NCEA (United Future is concerned about the acceptance of text speak to be allowed in written exams for NCEA).”

“Skoolz r ther 2 educ8 + raze litracy 2 certn standrds (Schools are there to educate and raise literacy to certain standards),” the statement quoted United Future legislator Judy Turner as saying. “NCEA shudnt let da standrd b decidd by informl pop cultr of da time.”

Internet blogger Phil Stevens was not amused by the announcement. “nzqa(New Zealand Qualifications Authority): u mst b joking,” Stevens wrote. “or r u smoking sumthg?”

Leave it to a blogger to set the nimrods straight!

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As expected Saddam received a death sentence by hanging for crimes against humanity. al-Reuters describes his demeanor as the sentence was handed down as “visably shaken.” Typical al-Reuters, play-up Saddam as sympathetic figure as possible.

The only thing visable was a defiant Saddam who refused to stand during the reading of the verdict and had to be jerked to his feet by two bailiffs.

Upon hearing the sentence he off on a Saddam patented rant of “Allahu Akbar” in addition to the normal “death to America” crapola and “Long live the people and death to their enemies. Long live the glorious nation, and death to its enemies!”.


Former revolutionary chief judge Awad Hamed al-Bander and Saddam’s half brother and former intelligence chief Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti also face the tight end of a rope.

The former Prime Minister got life in prison, three other officials received 15 year sentences, and one was acquitted for lack of evidence.

Also as expected, Saddam apologist-under-retainer Ramsey Clark, was tossed from the court room.

Gateway Pundit has posted some screen caps and other images of the trial proceedings.

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Well at least he tries to when he called into the Don Imus show.

”Of course I’m sorry about a botched joke. You think I love botched jokes?” Kerry said during an appearance Wednesday on Don Imus’ nationally syndicated radio program. ”I mean, you know, it’s pretty stupid.”


”I’m sorry that that’s happened,” he said of his earlier comment. ”But I’m not going to stand back from the reality here, which is, they’re trying to change the subject. It’s their campaign of smear and fear.”

Imus, never one to mince words, had a response to Kerry’s apology every [Dim]ocrat wishes would happen: Please Stop It. Stop Talking. Go Home. Get on the bike, go windsurfing, anything.

Botched jokes notwithstanding – and the Republicans love them , at least this one – notice no apology is given for implying the Commander-in-Chief is too stupid to lead the troops that Kerry now claims, apparently, are smarter than Mr. Nuance himself.

This half-hearted apology might actually mean something if it had come on Tuesday morning after his remarks of Monday evening were first known. Instead he arrogantly strode to a podium at a press conference he called, where he lashed out at Republicans (“despicable Republican attacks,” from “a stuffed suit White House mouthpiece,” and a “doughy Rush Limbaugh.”) for attempting to change the subject away from Iraq.

As Kerry Flails away with a non-apology that came just short of 48 hours too late, the [Dim]ocrats still have no plan for Iraq and John F’ing Kerry is still an ASSHOLE!

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Sometimes jokes don’t always pan out the way they were planned for and written. Just ask Jay Leno, or Letterman. Assuming Letterman has time to spare when not making an ass of himself during Bill O’Reilly interviews.

If it was a joke I guess the punchline was lost on the [Dim]ocrats that have canceled Kerry’s campaign stops on their behalf. Even Shillery has come out and called the comment “inappropriate.”

All that aside, there is some comedic value to had out of John F’ing Kerry’s “botched joke.”

In an unprecedented speech yesterday, John Kerry implied that low achievers in college would wind up personally fighting Bin Laden and Laden’s insurgents in Iraq. Kerry today again lost his composure (blew his lid) in a live speech, lashing out again at the Republican party and, after the cameras stop rolling in a fit of uncontrollable rage accidentally bit his tongue off, the tongue sailing, landing in the lap of CNN reporter Douglas Walsh who immediately secured the tongue, returned it to security agents who rushed Kerry and his tongue to Dalton Memorial Hospital for re-attachment.

Rush Limbaugh fresh off of his now infamous tour of attacking Micheal J Fox immediately lashed out at Kerry, Tony Snow, Carl Rove for letting this happen….

They should have sent the tongue for enshrinement in the Asinine Hall of Fame.

Oh… and read the rest. And while you’re at it read, John F. Kerry: Still “Unfit for Command.”

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So why does he continue to prove the obvious?

To anyone with 1/10 of one functioning brain cell knows with all certainty that John “F*ckin” Kerry, erstwhile presidential candidate, never has, doesn’t now, and never will hold any amount of respect for those men and women of our Armed Forces.

So it shouldn’t come as a surprise he believes those that comprise the U.S. Military today are undeserving praise and respect and if it weren’t for the “free ride” given to them by Uncle Sam they would be flippin’ burgers or pickin’ strawberries. A bunch of under-educated barbarians they are.


Kerry told the crowd at a political rally held at Pasadena City College to study hard and get an education — or else:

“You know, education, if you make the most of it, if you study hard and you do your homework, and you make an effort to be smart, uh, you, you can do well. If you don’t, you get stuck in Iraq.”

And in true Kerry fashion, as the Capt’n Ed notes, Kerry “insulted the troops before he lauded them,” by later saying it’s all Bush’s fault Kerry has diarrhea of the oral cavity:

“The White House’s attempt to distort my true statement is a remarkable testament to their abject failure in making America safe,” the Massachusetts senator said. “It’s a stunning statement about their willingness to reduce anything in America to raw politics.”

About two weeks ago I received an email from the official Kerry folks that that started with this paragraph:

Dear Marc,

I remember when I was back home from Vietnam and veterans were speaking out against the Vietnam war policy, someone yelled at the vets: “You should support the troops.” One of those veterans said simply: “Lady, we are the troops.”

So the question must be asked. If he believes today U.S. Military are dumber than a box of rocks and when he’s pimping for money he claims “we are the troops” what does that make Kerry?

The answer is obvious, a despicable, mean-spirited little man undeserving respect or the lofty position he currently holds both in the Senate and as a leader of the [Dim]ocrat Party.

UPDATE: At this point the best quote related to this story (so far, the blog-storm has only just begun) comes via an “unnamed Democratic Congressman, commenting to ABC News: “I guess Kerry wasn’t content blowing 2004, now he wants to blow 2006, too.” (H/T Kevin)

UPDATE II: Is it any surprise the Kerry story has made Al-Jazeera?

According to them “A Democratic congressional candidate in a close race in Iowa has cancelled a campaign event with Kerry, saying the senator’s comments were inappropriate.” Kerry has also canceled an appearance for a Democratic candidate in Minnesota.

I guess that will kill the Dem meme about Republicans running away from Bush.

They also claim, according to Kerry’s staff, he meant to say “Just ask President Bush”, which he omitted.

Ah-huh. Loves the Troops but thinks Bush is uneducated. Riiiiight. What a sack of manure! Someone needs to remind this dunderhead that Bush matched or exceeded Kerry’s grades in college.

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