Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Hanging Gardens destroyed? Blame Bush!

Many of us on the right have joked about how the Far Left blames Pres. Bush for just about everything. From crime to hurricanes, the Chimperor always has his paws all over it. Now it's just getting extreme (as if it weren't already), as you can see from the very first response in this Democratic Underground thread:

Horse with no Name (1000+ posts) Tue Dec-18-07 06:01 AM
Response to Original message
1. Well I do know that the Hanging Gardens of Babylon--one of the 7th wonders of the world--
was there before we got there....now IT is gone.

Here is an album I found with pre-war Baghdad. It was quite beautiful.
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When I first saw this, I thought it was a joke. After all, no one could possibly be this stupid, that they'd belive that a landmark that's been gone for almost 2 millinia was destroyed by the Iraq War? Unfortunately, the poster's fellow DUmmies corrected her, and she didn't say that.

Morrisons Ghost (94 posts) Tue Dec-18-07 08:35 AM
Response to Reply #1
3. Actually
The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were destroyed by an earthquake in the first century. I don't believe we had anything to do with it.

Of course "we" didn't, but what's Bush's alibi?

Horse with no Name (1000+ posts) Tue Dec-18-07 02:56 PM
Response to Reply #3
18. Actually I had read a news report that said that a couple of years ago
But I misinterpreted it--it was the SITE that was the Hanging Gardens of Babylon was destroyed.
Of course, there are ALWAYS those that enjoy making fun of others rather than educating. Congratulations.
I'm sure it makes you feel better.

Ah, yes. "I 'misread' the report"! Nice try, but next time you want to lie to cover your stupidity, please just claim you were joking. After all, that's all liberalism is- a joke.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Perhaps the single Dumbest post in the history of the Internet

From you-know-where:

BB1 (117 posts) Wed Nov-14-07 02:59 PM
Original message
Should the European Union get a vote?
Next year's elections - should the European Union, economically and politically tightly bound to the US, have a three percent vote on the outcome? Or be treated as a 51st state?

500 million people in Europe are affected each and every day by the voting-scam called Presidential Elections. Had we had a 3% vote, Kerry, and Gore too, would have won. So is it time, or do you think voting for an American President should be the sole right of Americans?

(and you can have a vote for the European Parliament as well!!!)

So it isn't enough that we give them who knows how much money and have defended them from enemies past and present, now we have to surrender our sovereinty because the DUmmies know that their stupid policies don't fly with most Americans?

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Gore rips out the hearts of his worshippers

From Daily Kos:

Dear AFG Steering Committee Members:

We have received a communication from a member of Al Gore’s staff discouraging our efforts to put Al Gore’s name on any primary ballots. This includes California, New York, Massachusetts, and the write-in effort in New Hampshire, as well as any other states that are working to get him on the ballot. Accordingly, effective immediately, we are recommending that all groups cease their signature collection and related fund-raising activities.


Of course, I've been yelling this up and down the internet (okay, at FR and CU) for months. Gore is making too much money off of the global warming hoax and he knows that he'll actually have to defend himself if he got in.

Monday, November 12, 2007

Chimpeachment is coming after Christmas!

Oh wait, it's only a play, so unfortunately, we don't get to see Dennis Kucinich, in his dual role as House Manager for both impeachments, stumble bumble and fumble trying to come up with an actual crime:

If you think the impeachment circus is finished, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Screenwriter Richard Lasser and constitutional lawyer Bruce Fein have written an impeachment play that will debut in Washington, D.C. at George Washington U. when Congress returns from Christmas vacation. They’ve been meeting with moonbat lawmakers and contacting celebrities to cast and perfect the January 2 production. Dennis Kucinich is the casting director.

From the play's blog:

When Justice John Roberts calls the Senate to order in the impeachment trial of George W. Bush, he unleashes a battle of titans. With everything on the line, the most powerful legal minds in the country lock horns over whether the President should be removed from office for “high crimes and misdemeanors.” As the apparently incontrovertible evidence of Bush’s guilt piles up from witness after impassioned witness, you’d be a fool to bet on W. But in the second act, the President himself testifies and pulls out all the stops, delivering a speech reminiscent of Jack Nicholson’s “You can’t handle the truth” monologue in A FEW GOOD MEN. He correctly indicts a complicit Congress, a silent press and an apathetic public of being just as guilty as he is. In the end, as the audience files out of the theater, it’s up to each individual to decide where the truth lies.

Wait. "Justice John Roberts"???!!! Wouldn't *'s appointments all be removed since he stole the election?

Saturday, November 10, 2007

NBC's Green Fraud (Goldberg)

Earlier in the week, I ranted about NBC and it's idiotic "Green is Universal" nonsense. Now, Jonah Goldberg has come out with a column critical of NBC:

'WE have turned out the lights in the studio," NBC's Bob Costas told viewers of Sunday's Dallas Cowboys-Philadelphia Eagles game, "to kick off a week that will include more than 150 hours of programming designed to raise awareness about environmental issues." Discerning viewers with eyes keen enough to pierce the sanctimonious glare of Costas' candlelit silhouette may have noticed that the stadium's klieg lights still shone brightly.
On a typical game day, a large football stadium burns about 65,000 kilowatt hours of electricity and 35,000 cubic feet of natural gas. The cars driving to the game spew about 200 metric tons of CO2 (and that assumes nobody's driving SUVs or RVs, which is like assuming tailgaters are eating only sushi). There's also the electricity used to broadcast the game and to watch it. But thank goodness Costas turned off the studio lights for a minute or two.

NBC's "Green Week" continued apace: Morbidly obese contestants on "The Biggest Loser" lugged piles of recyclable cans up ramps and into enormous collection bins. Of course, the cans were delivered to the stunt by diesel truck. So a lot of energy - and sweat! - that could have been used toward fermenting homebrew tofu (or whatever energy is supposed to be used for) was wasted on viewer schadenfreude.

The winners of the challenge each received a hybrid SUV. Alas, one of the winners didn't own a car to begin with, so the net result was one more car on the road and a little more CO2 in the air.

On "Days of Our Lives," a fictional couple had a fictionally "green" wedding. And the cast of the "Today" show burned massive amounts of jet fuel sending its hosts to the corners of the globe - leaving a "carbon footprint" larger than those left near the recycle bin on "The Biggest Loser."

Thursday, November 08, 2007

Silly Moonbat Cheers Kookcinich Gimpeachment Resolution

From "White Noise Insanity", a moonbat blog...

Will Dennis Kucinich kick Dick Cheney’s ass today?

***Picture of moonbat protest sign which says "OFF WITH HIS HEAD", yet another threat against the president***

(my favorite protest sign at the Kennebunkport, Maine protest against Bush & Putin!)

Gawd I hope so! Rep. Dennis Kucinich of Ohio has rocked the House of Representatives today, because he brought forth his impeachment amendment against Dick Cheney. It was tabled immediately by Steny Hoyer, but then it occurred to the democrats that that was a move to protect the most vicious, vile, son of a bitch, Vice President we’ve ever had! Even the republicans are realizing they’ll be going on record in defense of this fascist, power hungry, asswipe!

***Picture of Cheney sleeping***

Some republicans changed their votes too. Ha ha.

As I write this: Kucinich’s amendment passed with a motion to reconsider.

I don’t know the procedure after this, but watch C-SPAN right now to find out! Woohoo!

Make the House go on record on who is for justice and who is for blocking, covering up for, and protecting Dick Cheney….America’s abomination to the abuse of power!

The moonbat seems to think that the motion to reconsider was a victory for her. Poor, deluded moonbat.

kayinmaine Says:
November 6th, 2007 at 6:30 pm
Kucinich’s resolution has now been moved to the Judiciary Committee to be voted on. It’s #40, here:


Even if it fails in the Judiciary Committee, House members were forced to either side with justice and what is right or side with Dick Cheney who would tell them to ‘fuck off’ on the floor of the House…breaking one more rule!

The moonbat continues in her comments section, still non the wiser that the House Dem leadership has just told her to "Fuck off".

Uncle Fester Lurks Says:
November 6th, 2007 at 6:42 pm
Way to go Kay. At least you have a thread on Kucinich, the other blogs have let us progressives down!!!!!!

Go Kucinich. Wake up democratic voters. Kucinich is the obvious democratic choice for president if you want positive change in this country! No more NAFTA, no more WTO, he stands for we the people, he will uphold the constitution, he will get our troops out of Iraq! Kucinich is the man.

Kay I know you don’t like Ron Paul but God would it be beautiful to see Kucinich verses Paul for the presidency!!!!!

Actually, the other "progressive" bloggers were smart enough to know what a monumental defeat this was for them. Not so for dear Kay.

kayinmaine Says:
November 6th, 2007 at 7:03 pm
Woohoo Uncle! Exactly! Seems Kucinich stunned the whole entire House into silence. Bwa hahahahahahahaha! OMG, it was beautiful. I’ve never seen the House as quiet as the Senate before…ever.

It may not die in the House. This would be the perfect time for the democrats on the Judiciary Committee to bitch slap Pelosi into action! The republicans on the Judiciary Committee will continue to protect Evil, but that’s okay! At least they’ll be on record…again stating that.

By the way Boobiran, a good percentage of America believes in UFO’s, which are things people actually see in the sky but can’t identify what it is! Even the Budweiser slinging, gun toting, neocon, reich wingers down South believe in them. Ha ha. Those who believe in gawd are the weirdos!

Actually, Kay, Republicans would love for gimpeachment to pass the House. Watching House Gimpeachment Manager Dennis Kookcinich stumble, bumble, and fumble while racking his tiny little brain for an actual impeachabnle offense will lead to many a funny moment.

Martha Says:
November 7th, 2007 at 7:10 am
Love love love Dennis Kucinich. The world is watching. Are WE a democratic or fascist country now? Yesterday seemed hmmmm fascist. Steny and Chuck need to go back to the private sector. They are running the opposition party? Jokes

Test your theory. Go to the busiest place in your town and yell that the United States is a fascist country. If you are shot at, or taken to a re-education camp, you are indeed in a state of fascism. If you are laughed at, you're in a state of delusion.

Well, now I've done it. I've gone and linked to a moonbat blog. I guess they'll discover the link and I'll discover 'bat droppings when I come back.

Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Elections Roundup

Missippi Gov. Haley Barbour (R) re-elected
Kentucky Gov. Ernie Fletcher (R) defeated
Texas Ballot Prop 15, supported by Lance Armstrong and opposed by libertarians and fiscal conservatives, looks like it will pass

Cowardly Dems Avoid Debate on Gimpeachment

From SFGate/AP:

House Democrats on Tuesday narrowly managed to avert a bruising debate on a proposal to impeach Dick Cheney after Republicans, in a surprise maneuver, voted in favor of taking up the measure.

Republicans, changing course midway through a vote, tried to force Democrats into a debate on the resolution sponsored by longshot presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich.

The anti-war Ohio Democrat, in his resolution, accused Cheney of purposely leading the country into war against Iraq and manipulating intelligence about Iraq's ties with al-Qaida.

The GOP tactics reversed what had been expected to be an overwhelming vote to table, or kill, the resolution.

Midway through the vote, with instructions from the GOP leadership, Republicans one by one changed their votes from yes — to kill the resolution — to no, trying to force the chamber into a debate and an up-or-down vote on the proposal.

At one point there were 290 votes to table. After the turnaround, the final vote was 251-162 against tabling, with 165 Republicans voting against it.

"We're going to help them out, to explain themselves," said Rep. Pete Sessions, R-Texas. "We're going to give them their day in court."

Democrats countered by offering a motion to refer the proposal to the House Judiciary Committee for further study, effectively preventing a debate on the House floor. That motion passed by a largely party-line vote of 218-194.

They want to gimpeach, they really do, but they know it'll be the death of the Democrat Party.

Monday, November 05, 2007

NBC uses football game to promote stupid Green Garbage

Last night I was sitting back ready to watch my Cowboys take on the Philadelphia Evils (the 'Boys gave the Evils a well-deserved butt kicking). All of a sudden Costas and the gang announce that they're "going green" and shutting off the lights, and the crew used flashlights to see what they were doing, all this while Chris Collinsworth is giggling like a schoolgirl.

They kept the lights off during the halftime report and the post game show. During halftime, they had Matt Lauer reporting live from the Arctic Circle (the same "if we don't kowtow to socialist environmentalism, the cute little polar bears will die" schtick). Of course, he didn't ride a bike up there. Nope, NBC purchased "carbon credits", the silly little indulgences which have been thoroughly debunked in the blogosphere.

Now it looks like all the programming this week will be about the idea that we're destroying the Earth. They'll even have Algore on 30 Rock, or one of their other unwatchable shows. Maybe he'll explain why he can have a House that uses who knows how many times the energy output of a normal home and fly all over the world. If it's about saving the planet, the least he can do is walk.

PJ Needs Help

The DUmmie FUnnies is being attacked as a "hate site" by the king of all hate sites, Democratic Underground. DUmmies are spamming the 2007 Weblog Award for Funniest Blog in favor of Sadly No!, a blog which many of them admittedly have not read. PJ is down by 600 votes currently. Please give him a vote today and every day until Thursday.

Friday, November 02, 2007

More proof that it does no good to cater to the Left...

Back when Alberto Gonzales resigned, the conservative blogosphere was hopeful that Pres. Bush would nominate someone like Ted Olson to replace him. Olson was the lawyer who argued for Bush in the Supreme Court case that put an end to the Gore attempt to steal the White House, and later he became the Solicitor General.

Instead of picking Olson, Bush appointed Michael Mukasey, who in 2003 was suggested by Chuck Schumer to be an acceptable pick for the Supreme Court should any vacancy arise. Therefore, it was no surprise that Schumer would be forced to support Mukasey, lest he look like a hypocrite. However, this isn't enough for the DUmmies, who demand complete ideological (im)purity in this thread, in which they discuss the decision of Schumer and Dianne Feinstein:

Me. (1000+ posts) Fri Nov-02-07 04:39 PM
Original message
DiFi & Schumer Vote Yes On Mukasey
Damn them. As per CNN.

chimpymustgo (1000+ posts) Fri Nov-02-07 04:40 PM
Response to Original message
2. Just heard it. Damn them. Damn them. Damn them. WHYYYYYYY???
What in the world will be the gutless, slimy explanation?

leftchick (1000+ posts) Fri Nov-02-07 04:43 PM
Response to Reply #2
8. they are complict war criminal enablers
probably making a good profit too.

sfexpat2000 (1000+ posts) Fri Nov-02-07 04:43 PM
Response to Reply #6
9. This woman built her career on the murder of Harvey Milk.
Piece of work.

TahitiNut (1000+ posts) Fri Nov-02-07 04:54 PM
Response to Reply #9
20. She was a political ally of Dan White and saw him right before he murdered Milk.
I tend to think of her as the Twinkie-Pusher. In fact, she was instrumental in keeping Dan White from resigning. If he had resigned, it's likely that Moscone and Milk would still be alive.

Disturbed (1000+ posts) Fri Nov-02-07 04:43 PM
Response to Reply #3
10. No surprise that Dino Feinstein appeases Busholini.
She has been on her knees ever since she got to Washington DC.

Horse with no Name (1000+ posts) Fri Nov-02-07 04:42 PM
Response to Original message
5. They sure figured out quickly how to keep accommodating Bush didn't they?
I hope these two are voted out.

New medicine for the left...


A message to all the phishers, Nigerian scammers, and other jerks,

Go play in the highway.

And lose my e-mail addy.


Bonds would skip Hall of Fame induction if there's an asterisk in Cooperstown

From AP/Yahoo:

NEW YORK (AP) -- Barry Bonds would boycott Cooperstown if the Hall of Fame displays his record-breaking home run ball with an asterisk.

That includes skipping his potential induction ceremony.

"I won't go. I won't be part of it," Bonds said in an interview with MSNBC that aired Thursday night. "You can call me, but I won't be there."

The ball Bonds hit for home run No. 756 this season will be branded with an asterisk and sent to the Hall. Fashion designer Marc Ecko bought the ball in an online auction and set up a Web site for fans to vote on its fate. In late September, he announced fans voted to send the ball to Cooperstown with an asterisk.

Personally, I'd rather see neither in the Hall.

Vote for DUmmie FUnnies as the Funniest Blog

FReeper PJ-Comix needs our help. His blog, The DUmmie FUnnies is a finalist for the 2007 Weblogs Awards, under the Funniest blog category. You can vote for him once every 24 hours. If you attempt to vote twice in one day, your votes will be cancelled out. Polls close on November 8.

Here's the link...


Thursday, November 01, 2007

Colbert won't appear on SC ballot

From AP via Yahoo:

COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Carolina Democrats squashed Stephen Colbert's fanciful White House bid on Thursday.

Colbert, who poses as a conservative talk-show host on the Comedy Central cable network, filed to get on the ballot as a Democratic candidate in his native South Carolina. His campaign paid a $2,500 filing fee just before the noon deadline, said state Democratic Party Chairwoman Carol Fowler.

However, after about 40 minutes of discussion by top party officials, the executive council voted 13-3 to keep the host of "The Colbert Report" off the ballot.

"He's really trying to use South Carolina Democrats as suckers so he can further a comedy routine," said Waring Howe, a member of the executive council. And Colbert "serves to detract from the serious candidates on the ballot."

I didn't know there were any serious candidates on the Democrat ballot.

Poll Discussion: Primaries start in January. Who are you supporting?

Here's the discussion thread for the latest poll. Have at it.

DUmmie FUnnies Named a Finalist for the 2007 Weblog Awards

Our good friend, PJ-Comix at The DUmmie FUnnies, a blog dedicated to skewering the far left, has been named a finalist in the 2007 Weblog Awards.

Although I'm a bit jealous, let's give him our support. Voting starts tonight and I'll add the link then.

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Lady Bird Johnson dies

Just breaking on Austin News.

Rest in Peace.

I believe that she's the first first lady to die since her predecessor, Jackie Kennedy.

Thursday, May 31, 2007

A Bush supporter's case for chimpeachment

No, it's not what you think. Tons of great links:

I haven’t read the thing, itself, but I have now read several accounts of Al Gore’s new book, Assault on Reason, wherein he wags fingers at people who watch TV (unless, of course, they’re watching him pimp his book) and the media (particularly those who don’t stick to reporting only his side, of the “manmade” global warming story) and - by all accounts - he trashes the Bush 43 administration from start to finish, enumerating all of Bush’s “lies” and mistakes.

I’ve seen similar lists throughout the web - the collective is circulating it in order to really drill home to everyone who may not yet be fully convinced that George W. Bush is the worst, most evil man ever born from woman (if that is what Barbara Bush may be called) and also the stupidest evil super genius imaginable.

Monday, May 14, 2007

DUmmie perplexed by strange bumper sticker

DUmp post:

devilgrrl (1000+ posts) Sun May-13-07 11:36 PM
Original message
Bumpersticker I saw: "If you can read this, thank a teacher - If it's in English, thank a soldier"
Edited on Sun May-13-07 11:40 PM by devilgrrl
Uhhhh, wtf does that mean?

It was on the back of a Range Rover.... no surprises there.

Obviously, this DUmmie doesn't have much to thank a teacher for...

JeffR (1000+ posts) Sun May-13-07 11:38 PM
Response to Original message
1. It means the owner of the car is an idiot n/t

Because he probably doesn't even know that Shrub MIHOPed 9/11.

ck4829 (1000+ posts) Sun May-13-07 11:38 PM
Response to Original message
2. It's RW-Speak, if it makes sense then the devil made it! Yeehaw! 9/11! Fight 'em over there...
Edited on Sun May-13-07 11:38 PM by ck4829

It's common sense, which means that it must be ridiculed by our pet mental midgets.

Kadie (1000+ posts) Sun May-13-07 11:38 PM
Response to Original message
3. If it's in English?
They don't know if their bumber sticker is written in english or not?

Wow, such a brilliant comment. Not.

DireStrike (1000+ posts) Sun May-13-07 11:43 PM
Response to Original message
6. Can I thank an iranian soldier?
How about a north korean? Insurgency? NATO?

I'm sure you want to.

proud2Blib (1000+ posts) Sun May-13-07 11:52 PM
Response to Original message
11. That's been around a long time
and it means the person who owns the car is an ignorant fool.

Of course! How could we not realize that being thankful for our wonderful troops is proof of ignorance?

MiltonF (115 posts) Sun May-13-07 11:53 PM
Response to Original message
12. It goes back to the...
"If it were not for the American Soldiers in WWII we and all of Europe would be speaking German right now" mentality.

Uh oh. This DUmmie has a little knowledge. He may be dangerous.

d_b (1000+ posts) Mon May-14-07 12:02 AM
Response to Reply #12
15. Which is funny,
Cuz they're mostly Nazi f*cks anyway.

Which is why you're posting stupid messages on the internet, and the worst thing that will hapopen to you is that the sane people will laugh at you.

BrotherBuzz (1000+ posts) Mon May-14-07 12:03 AM
Response to Reply #12
16. And if you take it to the logical conclusion, why aren't Germans speaking...

Because, contrary to the rhetoric of the moonbat left, the US is not an imperialist power, unlike Nazi Germany.

Okay, I'm done copying and pasting, but a member of ConservativeUnderground captured another shining example of DUmmie patriotism before it was pulled from this thread...

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Thursday, May 10, 2007

Did Sebelius coordinate with Dean to lie about the National Guard Response?

From Free Republic:

I was listening to the Quinn & Rose show this morning on XM radio when Host, Jim Quinn told his audience that Howard Dean called Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius early, around 5 am, one morning after the tornado had destroyed the town of Greensburg, Kansas and discussed with her what to say about the tornado and how to blame the war in Iraq and the Bush administration on a slow response to the aftermath.

He also said that she, Gov. Sebelius, called Senator Sam Brownback's office only to learn he wasn't there but then called him on his cell phone and reached him while he was in his car were she confessed to him that she had been instructed by her party leadership, (more specifically, Howard Dean) on how to politicize the tornado's destruction of Greensburg and attack the White House and the Iraq war for a seemingly slow response. She reassured the Senator that her allegations didn't blame him or Pat Roberts, also a Kansas Senator, for the lack of immediate response.

That would explain her public statements to the press that proved later to be untrue. She made statements to the effect that the Iraq war and the deployment of the national guard units to Iraq from her state has left Kansas without the equipment and man power needed to respond more quickly to the tornado's aftermath. This all turns out to be false and the governor herself has back tracked on her own claims.

If this is true, she needs to come clean and apologize. Dean should resign.


The DNC faxed a cease and desist letter to XM. See it on MediaMatters.

Saturday, February 10, 2007

New Forum

I've been trying to think of ways to get my readers more involved in the blog. Short of giving everyone the ability to be an admin here, the only way I could think of was to add a forum so that everyone could post threads. I couldn't find a way to do that on Blogger, so I've created an ActiveBoard Forum. Let me be clear that I will still post here on a regular basis, but feel free to stop by The Conservative Corner and let's talk.

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Lucy pulls the football from the DUmmies, again

One of the conspiracy theories the DUmmies hold dear is the idea that Pres. Bush stole the 2000 and 2004 elections, so you can imagine their joy when finally someone is convicted for playing games with the votes in Ohio in 2004. Only, from this thread, things don't quite go as planned...

orleans (1000+ posts) Wed Jan-24-07 05:17 PM
Original message
Verdict Is In: Two Ohio Workers Found Guilty Of Rigging Vote Recount In 2004
well well well....

FINALLY! GUILTY! (but we already knew that)

yesterday: "CLEVELAND (AP) -- A jury on Tuesday started to decide whether three election workers in the state's most populous county illegally rigged what was supposed to be a random sample recount in the 2004 presidential election to avoid a time-consuming hand count of all votes.


"CLEVELAND - Two election workers in the state's most populous county were convicted Wednesday of illegally rigging the 2004 presidential election recount so they could avoid a more thorough review of the votes."


i can't help it--i'm on the verge of tears

Botany (1000+ posts) Wed Jan-24-07 05:18 PM
Response to Original message
3. When do you think the media is going to cover this?

TechBear_Seattle (1000+ posts) Wed Jan-24-07 05:24 PM
Response to Reply #3
6. When God kisses Satan's tail
Sorry for the graphic image but "When Hell freezes over" would be far sooner than I expect.

The media and every single politician has a vested interest in covering this up very fast and very deep. It will never see the light of day in any mainstream media outlet.

flying_wahini (335 posts) Wed Jan-24-07 05:20 PM
Response to Original message
4. it makes me want to vomit, how these people have ruined us all

90-percent (1000+ posts) Wed Jan-24-07 05:26 PM
Response to Reply #5
8. We have Keith Olbermann
Edited on Wed Jan-24-07 05:28 PM by 90-percent
Of anybody in MSM, Keith has the highest probability of mentioning this ACT OF TREASON AGAINST THE AMERICAN PEOPLE on his show.

In the name of our Founding Fathers, I hope Keith features it tonight!

-85% jimmy

Then, oops, who let this in?

BurtWorm (1000+ posts) Wed Jan-24-07 05:26 PM
Response to Original message
7. Their count favored Kerry by 17 votes.
From the article:

Special prosecutor Kevin Baxter, who was brought in from Erie County to handle the case, did not claim the workers' actions affected the outcome of the election - Kerry gained 17 votes and Bush lost six in the county's recount.

Ohio law states that during a recount each county is supposed to randomly count at least 3 percent of its ballots by hand and by machine. If there are not discrepancies in those counts, the rest of the votes can be recounted by machine. A full hand-count is ordered if two random samples result in differences.

This case doesn't support the larger one that Ohio was rigged for Bush. It only supports the case that Ohio, at least in Cayahuga County, was fishy.


Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Sick MFers: Happy Dead Ford Day

Sorry for the language, but one thing that really pisses me off is that the Left can claim to be beacons on tolerance and compassion and then they get away with saying sick things about Republicans, especially those who are ill, dying or dead. That brings us to this shining example of DUmmie compassion:

specimenfred1984 (1000+ posts) Tue Jan-02-07 10:21 AM
Original message
Happy dead Ford day: nation mourns sad state of media
Good thing today was declared a holiday so the MSM could propagandize the hell out of a guy's death and use it to rewrite history. All it's doing is ramming home the idea of what sellout whores our big media outlets are. Say what you want to about Ford, pay your respects in your own way but, don't lie to me over and over and over again and expect me to believe it just because you repeat the lie a 1000 times.

proud2Blib (1000+ posts) Tue Jan-02-07 10:23 AM
Response to Original message
1. We do have reason to celebrate I guess
Happy Another Dead Republican Day!

specimenfred1984 (1000+ posts) Tue Jan-02-07 10:32 AM
Response to Reply #4
6. Our nation is sick and I'm just pointing it out
This entire use of Ford's death to lie to the American people is what's really sick.

specimenfred1984 (1000+ posts) Tue Jan-02-07 10:40 AM
Response to Reply #11
18. I didn't declare it a holiday, get mad at who did
the repuke-in-chief.

I think it's sick, insanely sick which is why I pointed it out. Like I said, pay your respects in any way you want to but don't lie to me while you're doing it.

A man is dead and our pathetic media and "leader" is going to use it to lie to us -- THAT IS WHAT IS SICK.

chimpymustgo (1000+ posts) Tue Jan-02-07 11:30 AM
Response to Reply #18
43. I agree, specimen. And the propoganda ASSAULT, the LIES and rewriting of history

I call bullshit to the whole fucking death-o-rama.

T Wolf (824 posts) Tue Jan-02-07 10:33 AM
Response to Reply #4
7. Love the repukes, do you?
Anyone who collaborates with them in any way is no better than the Vichy-French.

T Wolf (824 posts) Tue Jan-02-07 10:31 AM
Response to Original message
5. Any day a repuke dies (or is buried) is a good day to celebrate.
Though it's been hard, I managed to avoid the circle jerk of the media's ford-a-thon all weekend (including yesterday).

The high-point of the POS's life was the fame he got from Chevy Chase accurately aping his clumsiness.

Good riddance to bad rubbish.