Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Iraqis Show Their Courage To The World

AP photo, Iraqi policeman escorting an election official.

AP Photo Iraqi soldiers showing their purple fingers after voting.

Early voting has begun in Iraq as terrorism continues, 4 Americans were killed in a roadside bombing.

Iraqis showed their courage to the world in January and October, they’ll do it again now in December.

More than 1,000 Sunni clerics, issued a fatwa, a religious edict, urging Sunnis to vote on Thursday, December 15. Sunnis are expected to turn out in large numbers after boycotting the January 30 election.

The terrorist Islamic Army in Iraq told its fighters not to attack polling stations during the elections to avoid killing civilians, according to a statement published Tuesday in the group's name on the Internet.

Queer Behavior

Brokeback Mountain, the gay caballero movie, has received seven Golden Globe nominations. Homosexuals like to pretend they’re macho so they like to play cowboys. Hollywood liberals like to pretend they’re macho, so they make a movie about homosexual cowboys and nominate the hell out of it. All in the name of attempting to normalize sexually aberrant behavior. They demand that normal people believe that homosexuality is okay.

It’s not.

Dunt Dunt Dunt …Another One Bites the Dust

…and another one’s gone, and another one’s gone, another one bites the dust.
Stanley Tookie Williams, was a hero to the likes of Sean Penn, Jesse Jackson, Snoop Dog, and Mike Farrell. Easily impressed are they, it seems.
Williams murdered Albert Owens, 26, in the backroom of a 7-Eleven, Yen-I Yang, 76, Tsai-Shai Chen Yang, 63, and their daughter Yu-Chin Yang Lin, 43 in the motel that they ran. The murderous gangster also impressed the families of the murdered in the most awful way.
Williams had an easy death, his victims didn’t. Williams had the chance to make peace with, and say goodbye to his family, friends, and enemies, his victims didn’t. Why didn’t Sean Penn, Jesse Jackson, Snoop Dog, Mike Farrell and the other imbecilic supporters of Williams demonstrate for the people he murdered? Why was so much money spent on keeping the scum alive and well for so long?
It’s too bad that execution by hanging is no longer allowed. With this method, the dead man walking has plenty of time to think about how much it’s going to hurt. He should have had to suffer like his victims. That would have been true justice.

Thursday, December 08, 2005

Bye-Bye Gary Goodbye

After 7 controversial years of couching football at the University of Colorado, Gary Barnett’s contract will not be renewed. So what took so long?
There are so many allegations of misdeeds and misconduct that it’s incredible that CU hung on to him for so many years.
According to the Rocky Mountain News, there are charges of financial improprieties, a recruiting scandal, a grand jury probe and federal lawsuits. Needless to say, the school's reputation is shot. The newspaper also reported that among the allegations:

1. Barnett attempted to influence the testimony of others who gave depositions in the civil lawsuits and before the state grand jury.

2. Barnett failed to take any action against some football players suspected of inappropriate behavior, including an instance in which he failed to discipline a player who was the subject of a criminal sexual-assault investigation.

3. Barnett told others that every effort was to be made to protect one of the players who’s accused of being involved in the Dec. 7, 2001, party that spawned the scandal and federal lawsuits.

4. NCAA violations occurred during Barnett's tenure at CU, running the gamut from a charge that the Buffaloes sometimes used 10 coaches on the sideline instead of the nine that are allowed to assertions players were tipped off, well in advance, of the days when they would be subjected to what were supposed to be random drug tests. The letter also accused Barnett's recruiting program of hosting extravagant meals and taking prospects and players to clubs that served alcohol.

See ya pal, you won’t be missed.

Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Jesus is King of Kings, Lord of Lords

This image is from http://www.leewoof.org/Christmas/BabyJesus/littlejesustop.jpg

How beautiful upon the mountains
Are the feet of him who brings good news,
Who proclaims peace,
Who brings glad tidings of good things,
Who proclaims salvation,
Who says to Zion,

“Your God reigns!”

Isaiah 52:7 (NKJV)

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Raise a Purple Finger for Freedom

Top photo is a group of Iraqi policeman, bottom photo is an Iraqi woman

From purplefingerforfreedom.org "Raise a Purple Finger for Freedom. Show solidarity with free Iraqis. Twice this year, Iraqis have shown their courage, defying the terrorists - risking their lives to exercise their right to vote.

They will vote again on December 15.

Shelby Dangerfield, a 10-year-old Montana girl, demonstrated Americans' solidarity with freedom-loving Iraqis by inking her finger purple last January.

From December 12 - 15, let's follow her example by inking our index finger purple.
For more things you can do to support free Iraqis, go to purplefingerforfreedom.org.
Let's show the world that freedom loving peoples are united.

Howard Dean, your problem is obvious

This photo is from dougrusty.com

More trash talk from Howard the Coward Dean. On San Antonio radio station WOIA, Howard Dean, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, (DNC) said;

1. “The idea that we're going to win the war in Iraq is an idea which is just plain wrong”.

2. “I've seen this before in my life. This is the same situation we had in Vietnam”.

3. “I think we need a strategic redeployment over a period of two years. Bring the 80,000 National Guard and reserve troops home immediately. They don't belong in a conflict like this anyway.”

4. “And we need a force in the Middle East, not in Iraq but in a friendly neighboring country to fight Zarqawi, who came to Iraq after this invasion. We've got to get the target off the backs of American troops.”

5. “This is an Iraqi problem.”

Dean’s statements speak for themselves, no rebuttal is necessary.

Monday, December 05, 2005

John Kerry, Still Stupid After All These Years

Yesterday, December 4, 2005, Senator John F. Kerry appeared on the CBS program “Face The Nation” to discuss the war in Iraq. I am disgusted by a statement that Kerry made to Bob Schieffer, the host and moderator of the show. When asked by Schieffer to respond to a statement by Senator Joe Lieberman about the proper course of action in Iraq, Kerry said in part;

“You've got to begin to transfer authority to the Iraqis. And there is no reason, Bob, that young American soldiers need to be going into the homes of Iraqis in the dead of night, terrorizing kids and children, you know, women.” (emphasis added)

In the course of a few seconds, on national television, John Kerry in his official capacity of United States Senator, equated American soldiers to the very terrorists our kids in uniform are facing on a daily basis in Iraq.

Kerry has a long track record of this kind of hostile rhetoric towards our military. What comes to mind is his infamous Genghis Kahn speech when he spoke to congress many years ago.

Kerry should be publically censured for making this deeply offensive statement. There is absolutely no excuse for this type of heinous insult to our courageous men and women in uniform.

I've sent a letter to both of my U.S. Senators, Senator Bill Frist, as well as my Congressman to complain. Have you?

“Why don't you just execute us?”

AP Photo

The Associated Press ran a story today about the trial of Saddam Hussein becoming unruly with the defense team walking out, Saddam and his half brother yelling at the judge, and a former U.S. Attorney General, Ramsey Clark, speaking on behalf of the deposed Butcher of Baghdad. Everyone knows that Saddam is nuts, and Ramsey Clark is either also a nutcase, or a traitor. Clark was an Assistant Attorney General under Presidents Kennedy and Johnson from 1961 – 1965, and Deputy Attorney General from 1965 – 1967 under President Johnson. Johnson then appointed him to Attorney General in 1967. And now he’s saying that Saddam won’t get a fair trial.

But what else can you expect from a Democrat?

A side note; apparently Saddam's half brother shouted at the judge - “Why don't you just execute us?” I say let’s grant him his request.

A Queer Tale

The Guardian (online) is reporting that a California Court of Appeals has ruled against a homosexual woman who sued to force a fertility clinic to impregnate her via artificial insemination after the doctors refused to do so based on their personal religious beliefs. The appeals court ruled in favor of the doctors because the medical center successfully argued that it had refused to impregnate the homosexual because she is not married.

Lawyers for the homosexual woman claimed that California law prevented her from marrying. This argument is false. The State of California doesn’t prevent the homosexual woman from marrying. She can marry any man she wants. The homosexual woman was impregnated somewhere else and now has a three year old boy.

Friday, December 02, 2005

Bumpersticker Of The Week

Be a Hero, Save a Whale
Save a Baby, Go to Jail