18 January 2008

Hitler Is Pissed and I'm Right There With Him!

17 January 2008

Our pal, slick Willy



This clip is classic Clinton. I remember catching hints and rumors of the Clinton's berating their staff off and on when they were in the White House. However, considering the internets weren't nearly what they are today, that news never really was very widespread.

Watching the Clinton temper tantrums hours after they happen on the internets is just priceless.

15 January 2008

Coming soon, to a diner near you!

One of the biggest problems with Liberals is that they automatically assume that THEY know better than the rest of us do what is best for each of us. Since we're all just stupid, mindless automatons that don't know how to take care of ourselves, it's up to them to save us from ourselves.

There are many examples.

Like to smoke? Well, obviously you're too big of an idiot, so we'll make it damn near impossible for you to light one up, even in your own home.

Like to eat McDonalds? Well, obviously, you don't know how bad trans fat is for your health, so we're going to ban it.

Like to drive a big, safe, comfortable car? Well, you obviously don't care for the environment so we'll set CAFE standards so tough, and tax the snot out of gas so you can't afford to buy or drive something safe enough to ensure your survivability in a wreck.

Like to hunt, or shoot guns? Oh well, quite obviously you haven't recognized that the American frontier was officially closed in 1890 and there's no need for you to own such a potentially deadly weapon.

Doubt my words?? Take what has happened in Congress' cafeteria now that "Nanny Nancy" is in charge.

The processed cheese has been replaced with brie. The Jell-O has made way for raspberry kiwi tarts and mini-lemon blueberry trifles. Meatloaf has moved over for mahi mahi and buns have been shunted aside in favor of baguettes.
And this, folks, is only the beginning.

The menu transformation is part of Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s “Greening the Capitol” plan to make the House campus more environmentally friendly and socially progressive.
And what, you say? You don't want to fork out the extra bucks for lunch now?? You don't actually like to eat mahi mahi?? Well, tough tootsy for you, my friend! And what? You really don't like to use utensils that are compostable and enivornmentally friendly?

...customers would have to change their behavior to accommodate the environmentally friendly products....“We’re trying to save the planet here.”


Don't think it's not coming your way, either, my friends. Remember, according to the liberals, we're too stupid to take care of ourselves so they are going to save us, and in the process, save the planet.

13 January 2008

Ugh

You know, there are times I really don't like the Bush administration very much.

Bush administration backs gun regulation

A D.C. ban on home handguns may not be constitutional, the solicitor general tells the Supreme Court, but rights are limited and federal firearm restrictions should be upheld.
By David G. Savage, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
January 13, 2008

WASHINGTON -- In their legal battle over gun ownership and the 2nd Amendment, gun- control advocates never expected to get a boost from the Bush administration.

But that's just what happened when U.S. Solicitor General Paul D. Clement urged the Supreme Court in a brief Friday to say that gun rights are limited and subject to "reasonable regulation" by the government and that all federal restrictions on firearms should be upheld.

Reasonable regulations include the federal ban on machine guns and other "particularly dangerous types of firearms," he said in the brief. Moreover, the government forbids gun possession by felons, drug users, "mental defectives" and people subject to restraining orders, he said.

"Given the unquestionable threat to public safety that unrestricted private firearm possession would entail, various categories of firearm-related regulation are permitted by the 2nd Amendment," Clement said. He filed the brief in a closely watched case involving Washington, D.C.'s ban on keeping handguns at home for self-defense.

The head of a gun-control group said he was pleasantly surprised by the solicitor general's stand.

Paul Helmke, president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Handgun Violence, said he saluted the administration for recognizing a need for limits on gun rights.
If you don't think the upcoming election is important, think again. The sad thing is the bulk of ALL the candidates is anti gun - and all I can say to my friends in South Carolina - vote FRED!

Something you won't see on the news. Of course.



More than 40 targets were hit, Jan. 10, after precision air strikes destroyed reported al-Qaida safehavens in Arab Jabour. Thirty-eight bombs were dropped within the first 10 minutes, with a total tonnage of 40,000 pounds.

The precision air strikes supported Operation Phantom Phoenix, the overarching operation that includes Operation Marne Thunderbolt.

A joint operation between the Air Force and Soldiers of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, required extensive planning to prevent collateral damage and to prevent the use of any area for attacks into Baghdad and against coalition forces.

The Air Force provided two B-1 Bombers and four F-16 fighter jets, aiming at three large target areas. Each bomber passed over twice and the F-16s followed to complete the set. Coordination between the two services was essential in making the operation a success.

Operation Marne Thunderbolt is an ongoing operation aimed at flushing out remaining al-Qaida extremists operating in the southern Arab Jabour area, and to create conditions for improved security.

Soldiers from 2nd Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, will join the Iraqi security forces and the members of the Concerned Local Citizens program to continue these offensive operations to keep pressure on the enemy.
Added: January 10, 2008
Now why is it the nightly news and ABCCBSNBCCNNFOX are more interested in showing us images of Hillary crying, Britney being carted off in an ambulance, and prattling on about Tony Romo and Jessica Simpson? The 'news' has long ago ceased providing us with any useful information.