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Thursday, June 29, 2006

Hmmm. I Forget

WASHINGTON - A convention of evangelical Christians gave standing ovations this week to Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean and Sens. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., and Barack Obama, D-Ill.

And that's news, because pro-choice, pro-gay rights Democrats aren't usually favorites of evangelicals. But that could be changing as the Democratic Party tries to reconnect with so-called "values voters," and some evangelical leaders try to extend religious debates beyond gay marriage and abortion.
Hey. Ya' gotta do what ya' gotta do to win votes, right?

If I need to say I'm for fags - er - queers - um - gays getting married, then that's what I'll do. You want the right to have an abortion or not? I sometimes think I would have been better off...Woops. I shouldn't have said that. Chelsea may be reading this.

But anyway, hell. I'll see that a married dyke preacher gets appointed to Church of the Holy Collection Plate, and make them send all their money to Planned Parenthood if that's what you want. Just let me know. I learned how to flip-flop from [cough] Kerry the best of them.

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Al's Flaming Mad Over Global Warming

Today's Helpful Hint

Of course, all credit for the picture goes here. Go take a look at his wares.

Monday, June 26, 2006

Whatta Maroon


A Little History

I heard North Korea referred to as "a miserable little failed state" over the weekend. Sadly, their only claim to fame is their nuclear weapons program. But have you ever wondered how it came to pass that North Korea acquired nuclear technology?

The 42nd President of the United States gave it to them. This is the same President who's administration worked to crush U.S. gun manufactures here at home with junk lawsuits and passed an assault weapons ban. Clinton might have claimed to be a liberal but he crossed into communism with these stunts.

Thursday, June 22, 2006

Chemical Weapons Are Really Not That Dangerous

Representative Jane Harmon (D-CA) has her own opinions about the WMD news that's raining on her parade. First of all, this is nothing to get excited about because, "There is nothing new here. Nothing in this report, classified or otherwise, contradicts the Duelfer Report, which assessed that we would find degraded pre-1991 weaponry in Iraq". Secondly, and here I loosely quote, "[They] are no more dangerous than what you might find under your kitchen sink".

Question: Why would I keep nerve gas under my kitchen sink?

Saddam's WMD Have Been Found

Just found this very enlightening story on Saddam's WMD. Note the date posted at the beginning of the article.

"Gee, you sure have got a lot of pesticides stored in ammo dumps."

Shit. Shit. Shit.

This really blows. It seems there are some WMD's in Iraq after all.
Damn Saddam! He should have spent less time writing books and more time running a bulldozer.

What can I use to discredit that oil grubbing, lying monkey now?
Wait a minute. I haven't made any commitment. I don't have to backpeddle. It's all good!

Ahhh. This Is So Sweet

Don't they make a lovely couple when they're not all uptight?

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Poll This

United Press International - NewsTrack - Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush fizzle in poll:

Pretty much tops out my list too. Not that polls are any more useful than the hind teat on a bull.

But Jeb Bush? Come on now. The only way he would win is if we all used Florida's voting machines.

Gore? Meh. He's gone off the deep end. He would have quite a struggle with anyone who didn't have one hand wrapped around a bong and the other around a granola bar.

McCain can kiss my ass. He's almost as scary as Hillary.

Giuliani? I can't say I know anyhting about him other than he happens to have an Italian name ending with a vowel.


A headline I tripped over this morning: Portrait artist of influential men such as Regis Philbin and Hillary Clinton commissioned to do a portrait of the current Pope.

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

I Have A Right To My Opinion

I used to agree with Kerry when he agreed with me before he disagreed with me. But now that he don't agree with me I disagree with him because he no longer agrees with me.

Clean Water Act Ruling

Scalia's opinion, joined by Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. and Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito Jr., said the Corps of Engineers had stretched its authority under the Clean Water Act "beyond parody" by regulating land that contained nothing but storm sewers, drainage ditches and "dry arroyos in the middle of the desert."

The only wetlands properly subject to federal jurisdiction, Scalia said, are those "with a continuous surface connection" to actual waterways, "so that there is no clear demarcation between 'waters' and wetlands."

On the other side was Justice John Paul Stevens, joined by Justices David Souter, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Stephen Breyer. Accusing the Scalia group of "antagonism to environmentalism," Stevens said the Scalia opinion "needlessly jeopardizes the quality of our waters."

Further, Stevens said, the Scalia group had disregarded "its own obligation to interpret laws rather than to make them. -- Seattle Post Intelligencer (on-line).

Notice that the liberal judges followed the time-honored three basic steps to a liberal retort:

    1) State that your opponents are the attackers.
    2) Condescendingly dismiss them as misguided fools.
    3) Accuse them of something they haven't done.

Bonus points are awarded if you can work in key-phrases such as environment, personal freedoms, or for the children.

Monday, June 19, 2006

Like He Would Know

USATODAY.com - Bill Clinton decries 'divisive' politics:

He was such a good president and strong leader, after all.

Friday, June 16, 2006

Damn Straight!

New Poll: Americans Say Sen. Hillary Clinton Frightens Them:

Well, she surely frightens me! At least the thought of her in any position of power frightens me.
I'm glad to hear Americans are starting to realize just how dangerous she really is.

Catch that? They called him a loser! Bwah!

A Grotesque Mistake?

During the House debate on an Iraq pullout date:

House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi of California countered: "Stay the course, I don't think so Mr. President. It's time to face the facts."

She called for a new direction in the conflict. "The war in Iraq has been a mistake. I say, a grotesque mistake." -- CNN.com

No, Ms. Pelosi, a grotesque mistake is when, as leader of the free world, you get caught spewing sperm on a white house intern and decide to toss a few hundred missiles at Iraq to divert attention from your infidelity.

Fighting to free an oppressed people from a mass murderer is never a mistake.

Thursday, June 15, 2006

The New Donk Mascot

Hey! I think this should be the new Democrat party's mascot.
What do you think?

My Lucky Day!

Bloomberg Stokes Speculation About Presidential Run

With that gun hating, socialized medicine promoting, more government wanting commie bastard running, it bumps me up a few notches. Doncha think?

From The Comments

"I actually agreed with Senator Clinton before I disagreed with her."
Made me chuckle.

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Who Will Be Left? No Pun Intended

Liberal group jeers Hillary Clinton, cheers John Kerry over Iraq

North San Diego and Southwest Riverside County News

Now she's gone and pissed of the libtards too.
Not a good strategy there Hillary.

Monday, June 12, 2006

I'm Going To The Gym

Some people are telling me I need to take better care of myself. They say I'm working too hard and that this job as senator is aging me. Well I'm not going to be looking like this when I get older:
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I've got to start cutting back on my work load. Spend more time with Bill.
What do you think? Should I try for the White House or should I just stick to the state level?


You can always click on the picture to view it better.

Friday, June 09, 2006

Take A Poll

People are calling these statements 'vicious'? What's up with that?
I just say what's on my mind. And it's all true. Some people just can't handle the truth.

Well, go to this site and take the poll. Make your choice on which you think is my best statement.

Thursday, June 08, 2006

Why Ya Gotta Be So Mean Ta Me!

Where was I while my husband was raping Juanita Broaddrick and groping Kathleen Willey, at the moment her husband was committing suicide?
Why did she have to say those mean things?

I didn't know that was going on! I didn't even know my husband was getting his dick sucked in the White House either! Does she expect me to know where my husband is all the time? What he's doing every minute of the day?

I'm hurt. I really do have a crush on Ann. I know, I know. I may be poking my head out of a closet here, but I really think I love her. But then she goes and says thing like that?

It's just not fair!

Wednesday, June 07, 2006


WASHINGTON— New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton lashed out at Ann Coulter for a "vicious, mean-spirited attack" on a group of outspoken 9/11 widows, whom the right-wing television pundit described as "self-obsessed" and enjoying their husbands' deaths.
Yeah, wahtever. What business does that big-mouthed bitch have trying to make it part of her agenda? It serves no purpose other than her jumping on the "Slam Coulter" bandwagon.

I haven't read the passages, don't really know what they said. But:
Coulter appeared Tuesday on NBC's Today show, and reiterated her stance, saying the women used their grief "to make a political point."
Ah. I see. The women are opportunists maybe?
Gotta work with what you got I guess.

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Too Early To Tell

Can Hillary Win Florida or Ohio in '08?:
Yeah, but it's Florida. They'll do whatever cheating is needed to get her in there.

Better not piss off Ohio Hillary...

Thursday, June 01, 2006

Fuck It. I'll Probably Lose Anyway

Here's a little snippet about my latest project. You may have already heard about it:

Hillary Clinton kicks off US Senate re-election campaign:

Yeah, that's right. I'm running for senator again. And why not? I could lose running for president, and then what would people think of me? They would just think of me as a loser!
Shut up! I am not already a loser! I'm a senator. I like being a senator.

Oh, I don't know. I may still run for president. I'm flakey that way. I keep changing my mind you know.