Thursday, November 25, 2004

Wednesday, November 17, 2004

I Know This is Late,But...Please, Mr. Carter, Go Away

Yahoo! News - Former US President Jimmy Carter calls Arafat a "powerful human symbol". Ind I call Mr Carter a bad joke that isn't even funny. The article mentions both Carter and Arafat were Nobel laureates. Kinda discredits the the Nobel Peace Prize, doesn't it?

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

I Can't Believe this Guy

UN Secretary Generalissimo, Kofi Annan's Letter to Pres. Bush, PM Blair and Iraqi interim Pres, Allawi is either the most incredible piece of political naievete, or it is most revealing as to Mr. Annan's true motivation. Can he seriously believe that the terrorists are the innocents in all this? If so, then he is actually more clueless than "Grinnin' Jimmy" Carter (I had previously thought that impossible.)
It's time for the UN to have a moving sale and relocate to Brussels and put themselves out of our misery.

Tuesday, November 09, 2004

Boarder Watch, '04...Watching the celebs leave as threatened(promised)

Okay, as we are watching the celiBRATies flocking out of the country due to the reelection of the president,first we see...nope...he's still here. Wait! There goes...naaaa she's still here and posting to
Okay folks, this is turning out to be just another round of empty threats from the hollywood left. they are stung by the fact that many didn't let their threats of leaving sway your vote. In otherwords, you proved to the world that you are not as shallow as they are.

Wednesday, November 03, 2004

Can You say, "Mandate"?

In his two election victories, Bill Clinton never once got a majority of the popular vote. W didn't get one either the first time. He does this time. I think it is time to claim a mandate, he has a majority of the popular vote...50% plus...that is a MAJORITY, not a plurality like President Dangle had for two terms.
No more "selected not elected" quips. Got it? We won and the celebs can now leave the country like they threatened (I won't hold my breath on that though). Michael Moore should be relegated to the obscurity he show richly deserves.
It's raining in SC ...but the sun is shining brightly. The UN candidate was turned back!

Begin The Healing

It wasn't as close as last time, but it was still close. There is still a lot of polarization. A caller to Michael Graham was saying that republicans need to be gracious winners. While that is true, there are some folks on the other side that need to extend their right hand themselves. When the candidate is refusing to accept the result against all reason it is difficult to be a gracious winner. The loser has to concede for that to happen.
Perhaps if the Deomcrats had not adopted Michael Moore and the MoveOn geeks as their unofficial spokespeople the feelings might not be as bitter. No, the ones who hurled the epithets have to make the first move.

If There was Ever a Question of Bias

It's gone now thanks to Dick Morris' alalysis in the New York Post. I was watching NBC's coverage (I refused to watch CBS) and they were noting that the raw votes were not tracking with the exit polls. Then Brokaw mentioned that the GOP had complained that their pollsters were oversampling certain demographics. Now I'm no demographics scientist, but even I can see that oversampling is not accidental.
Then again neither is using fraudulent documents as the basis of a news story.

Tuesday, November 02, 2004

Maybe This Time They'll Actually Do It!

National Post is running a story about what has become a quadrennial tradition amongst the Hollywood left. These people slay me. Do they really think that we can't do without them and will vote Kerry to keep them from leaving? I know they are a narcissistic bunch, but they obviously think we are as shallow as they.
Tip of the hat to Michelle Malkin