April 29, 2006

QWERTY reporting for duty, sir!

Okay, it's a bit over the top, especially since I've never served(my father did though; does that count?). Anyway, see Captain Ed, Frank J. and Derek for more info.

I support the war on terror. Could some things have been done better? Sure. Then again, hindsight is always 20-20.

And here's the logo, which will be proudly displayed in the sidebar as soon as I can update my template:

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April 25, 2006

Rrequired reading

Sometimes, Mike is good. Other times, he's damned good. Excerpt:

f you want our national defense to be supervised by such people, vote Democrat. I know lots of people — Bill Quick and Al Maviva, two people whose opinions I deeply respect and almost always agree with, come immediately to mind, but there are others — who say they’re done with the Republicans. I sympathize greatly; I’m pretty pissed at them myself. Al and I have tossed some e-mails back and forth about all this, and I simply can’t say he’s wrong; I share his frustration, and I think it’s more than clear that the Repubs do indeed need a damned sharp reminder of what they’re supposed to be all about.

But every time I’m just about to the point of joining Al and Bill and tossing off a long goodbye-and-good-riddance letter to the Repubs here, I run across something like this. And the marrow-freezing thought of the Dems running our foreign-policy and national-security strategies stops me dead in my tracks.

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In a nutshell

The fact that President Bush, among others, has publicly called for an investigation into the high price of gas pisses me off, because he should know better. Liberals are even more hypocritical on this issue, as Jonah so clearly illustrates:

We are horribly dependent on foreign oil. But we shouldn't develop domestic oil or boost our refining capacity. We need a gas tax to wean Americans from foreign oil, but high gas prices are an outrage. We need alternative forms of energy, but we shouldn't use nuclear power. We need renewable, sustainable energy, unless it spoils the view of rich liberal icons.

Got it?

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April 24, 2006

I go on vacation and...

Michelle Malkin founds "the world's first full-service conservative Internet broadcast network", which goes by the name Hot Air. Bryan Preston and the Maker of Worlds are on board as well. Their purpose? I'll let Michelle give you the scoop:

I formed Hot Air Network, LLC, to bring ideological diversity—because we all love diversity–to the videoblogging world. And because it looked like a lot of fun. Two of the most cutting-edge bloggers on the Right have joined me in my cyberquest: video editing whiz Bryan Preston and the almighty Allah Pundit. Allah likes to think of us as a little Internet garage band. Only we’re playing in three separate home offices and a basement. But you get the idea.

And now my already extensive blogroll expands a wee bit more. Very, very cool.

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Bark! Bark! Bark! Owwooooo!

Well, well, well. I've received various responses to one of my posts that have, on occasion, been a tad out there. However, I feel that I've finally arrived: I just got my first raving, anti-Semitic, frothing moonbat response. Not to be confused with non-anti-Semitic frothing moonbat. Anyway, I've adjusted the comments to reflect what he/she really meant to say. However, I couldn't resist the temptation to reveal what this oozing pustule on the ass of humanity had to say. Let's examine the comment line by stark raving batshit crazy line:

The comment justifying the stance of Israel is ridiculous. Israelis have become biggest destroyers of humanity..they are repeating Nazis have done to them

What was the comment to which this brain donor referred? Perhaps this one:

1) Israel peacefully coexists with its frothing mad neighbors

2) Said neighbors kill a buttload of Israelis

3) Israel kills the people responsible

4) The world condemns Israel's action as not helping the peace process

5) Repeat ad nauseum

Why yes, I can how the idea that a country that only wants peace might actually take issue with the murder of its citizens could make you mad. And the Nazi reference just gives the whole construct some panache. But let's continue with our peace lover:

When i read about the fucking cruelty which they show to palestinians today, i feel that Nazis should have burned all of them alive at that time itself, so that the world would have been better.

Wow. I wonder if this most civilized of commenters hies from Europe, considering that that is the prevailing opinion over there. I'm certain that if a nuke wiped out Israel, a few of our self-styled betters would wipe a tear from their cheeks before continuing their slide into the abtss. Most, though, would probably celebrate for weeks on end because "that shitty little country" would no longer bother their collective consciences which, of course, are underdeveloped.

Here's an FYI to any other people who feel tempted to post anti-Semitic claptrap on this my blog: don't. I reserve the right to censor you, ban you, fuck with your comment in general. I do not tolerate your kind here. Now go fuck yourself.

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April 19, 2006

Cool: a conservative woman and minority to boot

I read with disgust the insane rantings on idiotic moonbats on Michell Malkin's site. However, Frank J. has started a list of blogs that are proud to display the following banner:


I am a proud supporter of Michelle Malkin's right to be a woman and a minority.
Feel free to join in.

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I do not think it means what you think it means

Here's the title of the article: U.S.: Israel Has Right to Defend Itself

And here is some of the text:

Israel has a right to defend itself but should consider the effect on peace prospects as it weighs a response to a deadly suicide bombing in Tel Aviv, the State Department said Tuesday.

Peace prospects? PEACE PROSPECTS?! Are you fucking kidding me? The only peace that Hamas wants is the kind that they'll get when all of those icky Jews are dead. Well excuse me for thinking that Israel should make a new parking lot where the current Palestinian headquarters are located.

It's like Groundhog Day, only without the Andie McDowell sex at the end:

1) Israel peacefully coexists with its frothing mad neighbors

2) Said neighbors kill a buttload of Israelis

3) Israel kills the people responsible

4) The world condemns Israel's action as not helping the peace process

5) Repeat ad nauseum

The freaks out there depend on the fact that the Israelis are civilized people. THere are many times that I wish they were a little less civilized and that they would fucking wipe one of their enemies off the map. Then again, I'm a dick, so your mileage may vary.

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April 14, 2006

I think that I've found Comedhimmi Central's business partner

And it's the entire country of England. Excerpt:

When asked about his play on the last day at Augusta, Woods replied: "I putted atrociously today. Once I got on the greens, I was a spaz."

In several countries, "spaz" is an offensive term for people affected with spastic paralysis, a form of cerebral palsy.

Britain-based disability organization Scope, formerly The Spastics Society, said of Woods's comments: "Once again, Tiger Woods demonstrates that we are two nations divided by a common language. "

I submit that Scope is populated by wool-headed wankers whose sole purpose in life is to search for every possible insult-

"Look, he said 'Spaz'!"

"Uh, that was a grunt in Swahili that means 'my penis is a dripping pustule'".

"He insulted me. Make him apologize!!!!"

- that will allow them to run around like monkeys in a zoo, screeching at the top of their lungs and flinging poo at people passing by. Screech away, my little dipshits.

Update: The Emperor puts it a little more succinctly:

Shut up. Just shut. the. fuck. UP!

If the best thing you dickheaded retards can find to occupy your time with is running around demanding apologies because someone, somewhere, might possibly have gotten offended, then we’d appreciate it very much if you’d just get in your cars, run a hose from the exhaust through a window and start playing with the gas pedal.

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April 07, 2006

Psst, WSJ editorial writers: look over here.

I'm giving you the finger, you self-important sphincter muscles. I know that you want an unrestricted flood of people pouring into this country, illegal or not. Come to think of it, you'd probably like to change the term "illegal alien" to "my future gardner". You're certainly entitled to share your opinion as much as you want. But you might want to drop the condescending tone when you're lecturing all the rest of brain-dead yokels, because some of us might be disinclined to pay any attention to you. Just an FYI, in case you care, which you obviously don't.

Ehh, I wasn't going to bother, but here's the excerpt:

The problem is not that 11 million foreigners are here working. The problem is that they're here illegally. Efforts to close off future flows, or deport illegal aliens already here en masse, would do economic harm to all Americans, both low- and high-income. Let's hope the Congress figures that out as well.

Let's hope that Congress doesn't heed your rather ill-considered advice.

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April 05, 2006

The perky one swaps her morning gig for an anchor desk

MRC has compiled a list of what it considers good examples of Katie's "leftward tilt" , although I think that Katie has long since fallen onto the ground on her left side, started sinking and has disappeared beneath the surface.

I do think that some of the examples are a bit overblown. I expect Katie's liberal tendencies to make their appearance , um, frequently. However, there are some fairly egregious statements. Check it out for yourself.

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April 02, 2006

Quote of the day

And it's from Jeff Goldstein:

To which I say, listen, honey: I’m really sorry nobody invited you to the prom—which I’m certain is the source of this kind of laughable projection.

But looking back, can you really blame them? I mean, what guy in his right mind would want to spend the wee hours of the morning having some bitter, long-suffering ideologue read Gertrude Stein to him while his rented-tux tucked erection (already dubious, given the company) is folding up tent and trying to make a run for his own asshole?

You have no one to blame but yourself for those lonely lunch table days, Amanda. You are foul, mean, and your commentary is cookie cutter feminist boilerplate. The fact that you mix in a lot of profanity to shock people doesn’t make you edgy. It makes you look pathetic and needy.

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