Sunday, February 17, 2008


Leftists on the Rise?

Moonbats in the Driver's Seat?

If we have a Leftist government after November, it is devoutly to be hoped that later on the nation can be salvaged subsequent to the ravages of these insane moonbats.

Instead of strengthening the family, they help to sunder it.
Instead of educating our children they pass out condoms.
Instead of winning a war, they cut and run just as it is making good headway.
Instead of helping unborn babies, they kill them.
Instead of promoting self-reliance they promote dependence on the government.
Instead of keeping government to a reasonable size, they expand it at every turn to meet newly invented needs no one needed in the last 200 years.
Instead of supporting religion, they attack it, especially Christianity, and attempt to make it invisible in the public eye.
Instead of reaching for a balanced budget, they vote for massive new government spending and earmarks.

And on and on and on...

You get the picture! We will have an enormous cleanup to do after their messes. I just hope none of their stupidities are irreversible.
Don't you?

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Wednesday, February 13, 2008



Reposted from American Thinker

August 24, 2007

Libs Say the Darndest Things

By James Lewis

Here's a fun exercise for conservatives: Spend some time just listening to your liberal friends. Don't bother to say anything at all. You'll be amazed. I've certainly been wowed every time I've tried it.

Libs believe the darndest things. They're not as cute as the things kids come out with, but having millions of adults who are stuck in false beliefs puts our society at a lot greater risk.

Among the pearls of political wisdom I picked up from ordinary, friendly, prosperous and apparently intelligent lib friends were the following:

1. Christians. Believing Christians are scary folks, sort of proto-fascists, who would kill or convert us all to their strange and scary beliefs if they had the chance.

I find this staggeringly ignorant. It implies, among other things, that nothing worthwhile was accomplished in Western Civilization before, let's say, the Sixties. (Well, whatever, dude... )

2. Jews. Peaceful Orthodox Jews are just as bad as head-chopping Islamic fascists. Because they're all fundamentalists! (No kidding.)

3. Capitalism. Corporations are evil. Capitalism murders just as many people as Stalin and Pol Pot did. Every political system kills millions of people. (The mind reels.)

4. Tolerance. You can't trust other ethnic groups, and even your own. One liberal friend can't stand Russians, Turks, and Poles. Another is deeply suspicious of Southerners and Midwesterners, considering them guilty until proven innocent. Another is suspicious of Blacks; however, a Black liberal I know thinks that Whites are "ice people." A very radical friend thinks that hippies are fascists. (Honest). This is just a sampling of liberal tolerance and openmindedness.

5. America. Americans are contemptible. Europeans are wonderful. (Facts are irrelevant).

6. Genocide. The US murdered just as many Native Americans as the Nazis killed Jews. Oh, and the Spanish Inquisition killed 9 million women. (Both bizarre, historically; no respectable historian agrees, but it's in the minds of your neighbors. They are still allowed to vote.)

7. Mind-reading. Liberals can read the minds of conservatives, without, of course, bothering to read anything conservatives have written, or even talking to them. Many libs are firmly convinced (without a shred of evidence, of course), that conservatives hate Blacks, Jews, Gays, and Women.

It does not seem to occur to my friends that it's difficult to read other people's minds; or that conservatives might actually be far more tolerant than liberal race demagogues, judging by their own words.

8. Israel. Israel is a pretty bad and nasty place. This is from a very liberal friend with many Jewish friends.

9. Militarism. Israelis are "militaristic," according to a very liberal Jewish professor. This is the first time I realized that defending your country against murderous assaults on innocent civilians is "militaristic." I thought militarism was the Prussians in World War One shouting "Hoch! Hoch!" while the Kaiser's troops went goose-stepping by with pointy-headed helmets and fixed bayonets. No such thing. Militarism = self-defense. Amazing.

10. Population. The world has far too many people, and (hint, hint) it would be a lot better if a lot of them died or were never born.

11. News vs. propaganda. Any news source other than the mainstream media is right-wing propaganda. Indeed, anything suggesting that liberals are less than 100 percent right is right-wing propaganda. This comes from a friend who engages in constant self-censorship, who becomes visibly agitated when his beliefs are gently questioned.

12. Dictators. Stalin was not so bad. Yes, he killed millions in the Gulag, but so did the United States. As for Castro, he is a great and wonderful hero. So is Hugo Chavez. However, Augusto Pinochet was a bad, bad guy. (Bizarre beyond belief.)

13. Republicans. Assassinating Republicans is a pretty good idea, as long as somebody else does it. (From a prominent liberal community leader.)

14. The Supremes. Justice Clarence Thomas is a dunce.

15. War. War would go away if just Republicans stopped stirring it up.

16. Criticism. Thinking negative thoughts about people is the source of violence in the world.

17. Relativism. Reality is only a social agreement. There's no such thing.

18. GlobWarm. Human-caused global warming is probably a lie, but it's a useful lie. (I swear).

Had enough? This is just a start. I don't want to spoil it for you. Every conservative might consider just quietly listening to our liberal pals, without trying to change their minds. You'll be amazed and enlightened. But be ready to bite your tongue.

We have a lot of truth-telling to do, to put straight what is snarled and upside-down in the minds of 'way too many Americans. But don't argue with liberals, at least not the ones I know; it never works. Their minds are made up and locked tight.

Discussion only works with open minds.



2008 Election

My Issues and Answers

1. Iraq--- McCain

2. Jihad/Islam--- McCain

3. Illegal Immigrants Blocked--- No one

4. GWOT --- McCain

5. Earmarks--- McCain

6. Judges ---McCain (weakly)

7. Abortion Block ---No one

8. Taxes Lower--- McCain (weakly)

9. Military strength ---McCain

10. Economy/Jobs --- McCain

11. Global warming Go Slow--- No one

12. Reform of Congress--- McCain (weakly)

13. Blocking Secularism --- McCain (weakly)

14. NAFTA Block --- ?

15. LOST Block--- ?

16. Fix Medicare --- No one

17. Fix social Security --- No one

18. Second Amendment--- McCain

19. Vacillation on Issues --- Yes, all do

20. Election promises--- No one

21. Maintain Sovereignty--- McCain (weakly)

22. Small Government--- No one

23. Line Item Veto--- McCain

24. Balanced Budget--- No one

It will be a rough time for conservatives even if we win the presidency.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008


Primary Day

Vote Against Clinton!

There was no fanfare, no line, and no harangues from pollsters as I proceeded to cast my vote in the Primary. I was surprised that more Clinton or Obama enthusiasts weren’t there screaming and waving banners, and buttonholing prospects, but it was quite docile and efficient. One poll official said they had had a really good turnout, but our samples belied that. Another hour and results will begin to pour in.

The interesting question is, of course, whether Obama can derail Clinton, as most everyone I have talked to hoped. Not that they want him as president, but they surely want Clinton out of the race.

It appears that the Democratic sack race will continue right up to the convention. Elvira versus Carpathia.

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Sunday, February 03, 2008



A few statements about the coming election:

1. A GOP win is possible.
2. Hillary-Billary would be a disaster. Another 4 or 8 years of BOTH of the Clintons! Madness!
3. Hillary has NO experience in governing, taking responsibility, or administration.
4. Obama, ditto.
5. Whoever wins the GOP nomination is far superior to either of these Dem trolls.
6. A solid conservative would be preferable, but any Republican will do.
7. I cannot imagine why someone would want the presidency that is hated by the majority of citizens.
8. I cannot imagine a win by someone that is so divisive and obviously power mad.
9. I do not trust Obama at all, either. A man is the sum of his experiences and education. Hussain! I have no trust in any Muslim, however early in his life he was indoctrinated. He reminds me of the Left Behind series...
10. Having decided all of this, I will simply sit back, vote GOP, and hope it all goes right.

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