Sunday, April 29, 2007


So, I have been lax in posting, busy, busy bee that I am. Today, we are going to delve into Anarchy. Anarchy is defined as:

  1. Absence of any form of political authority.
  2. Political disorder and confusion.
  3. Absence of any cohesive principle, such as a common standard or purpose.

This is from, and is a rather simple and standard definition. Read down the page, and you will find various forms of Anarchy. This site is proud of the historical connection between Anarchy and Communism, with a heavy leaning towards Marx and Engle, and there is another definition as well.

So, now we know that the anarchists, those who sport the symbol of the circle with an A in the middle, would like to see the devolution of governments, believing that humans will take care of themselves.

Sorry, humans will not take care of themselves, they never have. There will always be the strong, there will always be a leader, and a group to follow that leader. Think about it, the Anarchists join societies to promote anarchy, societies with leaders…DUH.

Sounds fun, but it is a form of life that will result in senseless suffering and death as the more evil among us take advantage of the lack of enforced rules. Of course, the lack of rules is a rule in itself, and the laws will be simple survival of the more cunning, the more heavily armed. I find it rather funny that the anarchists also tend to be leftists, and that leftists tend to be anti-gun for citizens. Think about that, no guns for us, more guns for them!

I wonder how many young folk know what they are supporting when they adorn themselves with the symbol for Anarchy?

Thursday, April 26, 2007

The picture that should be below

If this works, this is the picture from the post below, from GAC

I’m Second Generation, I can post this

Stole it from grouchy old cripple, who borrowed it from some dude named Barney. Go to GAC's site, he can be cranky, but he makes sense.

I never tire of being right

As predicted in the post below, the scientists are coming out. If you don't feel like reading the article, it basically tells us that the argument over Gorebal warming is a waste of time. My favorite quote is:


"Patterson explained CO2 is not a pollutant, but an essential plant food."


The scientists in the article bring up the fact that if the Gorebal folks were right, we should all be fried by now, but, no such luck. These scientists point to the sun as the cause…go figure.

Carbon credits are a fraud

Gee…who didn't see this coming? And of course, now that the few brave scientists have come out of the closet, the flood gates are about to open on Gorebal warming! The left, and the lap-dog, chicken little media will fight it of course…until it is popular to say that humans are causing the next ice age---again

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Bush to use veto

I hope he means it, he promised he would veto the campaign finance debacle, and did not. He also seems to have never met a spending bill he didn't like, and signed on to the no child left behind boondoggle. Let us all keep our fingers crossed that the President has found his back-bone on this one.

Sunday, April 22, 2007

Harry is Dumb

Harry Reid is stupid. There, an ad hominem attack from me, something I didn't think I would do. However, this could actually be a compliment, because the other option, that Harry Reid is a traitor that cares nothing for the brave men and women who wear the uniform, is much worse. He told us the war was lost, and I blogged it, then Senator Leiberman responded with: No it's not, give the troops some time. Now Mr. Reid comes back with this, and I have to pull the quote, it is so insane, so obviously hypocritical, so, well stupid.


"The longer we continue down the President's path," the majority leader told colleagues in a Senate floor speech, "the further we will be from success."

He also pointed out that Democrats generally agree with him.

"In an effort to shift attention from this Administration's failed polities – and I say that in the plural – the President and his allies have repeatedly questioned whether I and my fellow Democrats support our troops," the majority leader told fellow senators. "No one wants us to succeed in Iraq more than the Democrats. We've proven that time and time again since this war started more than four years ago. We take a back seat to no one in supporting our troops, and we will never abandon our troops in a time of war."


So, in sentence one, Reid calls the troops losers, than goes on to swear he supports them. Well, he also wants funding cut, he wants us to surrender. Another quote from an article:


"Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada is joining Sen. Russ Feingold, D-Wisconsin, in sponsoring a new Iraq bill that would end the majority of Iraq war funding after March 31, 2008, the day Senate Democrats originally proposed pulling troops out of the war-ravaged nation."


C'mon Mr. Reid, let the military do their thing, let the President do his job, which is to over-see the military. It is not the job of Congress, if it were supposed to be, it would be mentioned in Article I of the Constitution, not Article II, which grants the President the title of Commander in Chief. Holding the purse strings does not equal authority, and it is further proof that the Government should NEVER try to run anything, they should go back to abiding by the Constitution.

Uhhh…Gorebal what???

Will they ever learn?

Do these people never learn? How can an elected official in a government be so destructive? So, Harry thinks we have lost, and we can chalk up another on to the Dems and the peaceniks. Let's see how that worked out in the '70's. When they turned their backs on the troops in Vietnam, where the military NEVER lost a battle on the ground, how many were killed? Pol Pot gets credit for 1 to 3 million, thanks to the USA. The North Vietnamese get credit for 1 million in the years following the war, but that number is disputed by UC Berkeley, of all places. So I am going to link that site, because they discount the 'political' numbers, and still come up with 65,000 executed, and countless more starved.


When will the left realize that loss and appeasement DO NOT WORK. Just because you believe in touchy-feely peace stuff does not mean you enemy does. We are fighting an enemy that wants to destroy western civilization, they have stated that over, and over. When will our left realize this? Hey, here's a thought for my lefty readers, if the board of directors of the company you work for would run around spouting the doom and gloom that Harry Reid spouts, how long would that company be around? What if your product was the best in the World, everyone wanted it, and it sold well, yet the CEO was shouting from the rooftops that a competitors product was better, even though many studies had been done proving him wrong, would that CEO be around long?


We live in the greatest country in the world, the strongest and most free, no amount of protest can destroy it.

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Corzine and Rendell, Birds of a feather

It seems that the governors of PA and NJ share more than their party affiliation. Corzine, of 'do as I say, not as I do' fame (may he recover fully) was being driven by a State Trooper in a Government SUV at a speed of 91 MPH. This from a man that recently tried to LOWER the state speed limit…I guess that would have only been for the little people. Now, why do we continue to allow our elected officials to abuse power in this way? Rendell has been caught in a speeding car here in PA, he is the chief executive, the man charged with enforcing our laws, and he breaks them.

You would think we would be tired of this, the DUI's that are brushed under the rug, the infidelities, the drugs, and the absolute arrogance. What we need to realize as citizens, we allow our leaders to abuse the power that we give them by re-electing them no matter what they do…maybe it is time to vote some of the bums out!!!

I am not the only one who sees it

In a effort to back up my ideas regarding the censorship that is going on, I now link to someone who will really confuse my resident lefty. I happen to know the personal leanings of this Author and Radio personality as I have read her books, and she doesn't hide her proclivity. She actually tends to believe that she chooses the lifestyle as well…go figure, personal choice. Anyway, Tammy Bruce may not be the perfect 'right wing zealot', but she is someone who helped me see that some of the ideas of 'classical liberalism' are some of the ideas of conservatism, personal choice being the most important, not having the government tell us what to do, or what to say. Check out the video, read her books…she's pretty with it.

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Nanny state revisited

Well now, don't really know where to start so I will just jump right in. I picked the wrong example to point out the hypocrisy of the Nanny State. There, WRONG, yup, an example that when looked upon in a different light, shows me to be selfish.

So, I wore my seat-belt home tonight, and will wear it in the future. I will remain adamant though that I am not wearing it because the state tells me to, I am wearing it because someone I care about very much asked me to.

I will find many more examples of the hypocrisy foisted upon us by an increasingly left leaning government, don't worry about that, there are plenty of them out there!

Censorship, the global way

Okay…here in America, the left is silencing people for offense comments, see below posts with linkage to several examples, and in England, Colleges are pandering to the followers of islam, censoring speech so as not to offend. If you don't feel up to reading the article, the most important part, aside from the inane forced apology is the plan on setting up guidelines in the future so as not to offend anyone. It continues folks, censoring speech, and it will not stop. Oprah has climbed on board the victim train as well, I didn't see the show, or read a transcprit, but what are the chances she asked Sharpton about the Tawana situation. I will ask again, who is stronger of spirit, a group of women who are second in the Nation in basketball, or some aging shock jock? By dragging this out, the media lap-dogs of the left have given Imus way too much credit.

Question of any left leaning readers

Hey…I dropped this question in a comment on the past post, but what the heck, maybe more people are reading this than I think.

Name one social program that the Federal government has run more efficiently and with more compassion then a private sector charity. Good luck!

Saturday, April 14, 2007

Nanny State

Ahhh, the 'do as I say, not as I do' nanny-state democrat gets caught not wearing a seatbelt. I hope, and pray, that the man recovers fully, and that he returns to his family in good health. I also hope the New Jersey State Police issue the citation to Governor Corzine for not wearing his seat-belt. I have been driving back and forth to the shore for most of my life, and it was so annoying to have to put the darn thing on when we crossed the State line. Of course, now PA has joined in nanny-Ville, so I have given up complying. As soon as motorcycle riders have to put the helmets back on, I will wear a seatbelt. I really don't care if some idiot wants to ride a motorcycle without a helmet, I heard all the arguments, and disagreed with most of them, especially an argument that over 35 MPH a helmet does no good anyway (tell that to a Motorcycle racer, they seem to think the helmet is a good idea). I don't want the state to make me wear a seat-belt, simple as that. If I choose to wear it, fine…don't force it on me.


Shouldn't she be back working? The money for the war is running out, troop time in country is being extended, and it is her fault, now she is doing the Hollywood thing? Oh, and let's not forget she does not even know where the real war is. Even her friends are starting to dislike her. This is what the country gets when the uniformed make decisions. I wish more informed people would actually get out and vote.

Thursday, April 12, 2007

More Insanity


I guess CBS radio, the largest radio group in the us, with 179 stations in the top 50 markets covering news, rock, country, oldies, jack and urban formats, now has to unload all those rap artists, stop playing rap music, and fire any personality that offends ANYONE. Those basketball players are no better than you and I, they work hard, we work hard, they go to school, we go to school, they breathe, we breathe. This is reaching the insanity point. But no, the black women are more equal than we are, people need to be fired if they say anything bad about them. Then there is Al Sharpton, the most racist man alive, except maybe Jesse Jackson. These people are no more the arbiters of morals than I am. This has gone on long enough, when will the Country see what is happening? Oh and let's not forget this quote from Al.. "SHARPTON VOWS MORE: 'It is our feeling that this is only the beginning. We must have a broad discussion on what is permitted and not permitted in terms of the airwaves'..."


It is never gonna end folks, until we make it stop. I have written, said, and even screamed…we do not have the right to NOT be offended. Grow up, deal with it, and try to remember what we were told, well, at least until the '80's, "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me."


Let's face it, CBS had every right to fire the idiot, as I stated yesterday, but they need to be consistent, and they need to be held accountable for that consistency. Plenty of CBS personalities abuse people, heck, Dan Rather still claims that those fake documents were real, slandering the President of the United states. But then again, CBS didn't rest on the Killian Document laurels, but even tried to scare the public into thinking Bush was pushing for the draft to be reinstated, when in fact it was Charlie Rangel and a bunch of Democrats.


GRRRRRR…enough of this.


Well at least the democrats don't like Hillary either, according to a straw poll at I linked a stoy regarding the poll, I won't link you to Moveon, they drive me nuts. Formed during the Clinton impeachment to attempt to sell the country on the incorrect idea that the impeachment was about sex, Moveon has not moved on. Those of us that are very afraid of a Hillary presidency can be slightly buoyed by the fact that the radical left hates her. These nuts have been tearing her apart for months. Of course Kos does not have a search feature so finding the proof is a little tough, thank goodness for Google. Read the article and the comments the far left is not going to let her win a primary. Of course if I were Kos, I would be considering things, wouldn't want to end up like Vince.

Philly Murders

Now we have gone too far. Maybe, just maybe, the fact that criminals are never punished, that guns are being taken away from citizens, and that the welfare culture is pervasive in Philly, with the inherent sense of entitlement, could be the reason for the rising murder rates. Maybe the crime that pervades the Philly government is simply spilling on to the streets. It sure as heck isn't Gorebal warming.

Bacon as hate crime

This is going too far, this needs to stop, and it better stop soon. I have been saying for years that PC is censorship, that hate crime legislation will lead to thought crime legislation, but I never thought that putting the two together would lead to this

Wednesday, April 11, 2007





So we have come to the point where some groups are more equal than other groups. I predicted this, in editorials, and in an essay I wrote about two years ago. This idiot has been attacking people for years, but now he has attacked a protected group so he is dumped from MSNBC. Never mind that the top ten rap songs this week are more insulting to women than what the idiot said, never mind that last week Rosie called our President a liar and accused the government of destroying a building in NYC (with no proof of either statement), never mind that the officials of cair lie all the time, and are in the midst of attempting to smear the names of law abiding citizens, no, we are now lesser humans than a group of college athletes.

Am I defending the idiot? I don't know, I sure would defend his right to say anything he chooses to say. I just think that way too much was made of this. If those athletes take anything the idiot had to say to heart, and have ignored all the platitudes heaped upon them, well, maybe they are not as strong as we are being told they are. And he didn't say they were ho's, he said they looked like ho's. There is a huge difference; one is comedy, the other an insult. Oh well, down the path we go, blindly allowing these special interest groups to mold our thoughts, to censor our speech. I, for one, will not refrain from saying anything that I believe, I guess I am lucky that I don't make a living insulting people the way that idiot did.

Sunday, April 8, 2007

Just some Fred Thompson Info

I have picked my candidate, as you can see by the button on the side of this blog. Mr. Thompson is the man we need now. President Bush almost got it, he almost had the Country behind him, then he fell to pressure. What that pressure was I will never know, but he is beginning to wimp out on us. There was a flash last week when he began to rip on Pelosi, but even that was soft. We need the Fred Thompson that wrote this. It is incredible, I suggest anyone that is on the fence regarding the Republican Candidate, go read that statement. If you are a democrat, go read that statement and learn a thing or two about honesty, integrity, and foresight. In 2002 Fred knew we were at war, he knew it would be a long, hard fight, and he was prepared to fight. In this statement he points out how setting up the department of homeland security would be difficult, not because it was a new idea, but because government needed fixed. In reading his statement, I was finally excited about someone for the coming election, heck, I am even happy he isn't in the mess right now, wasting time and money. No one is going to remember what transpired between now and next December come January when it is time to vote anyway.

Check this out

Your Vocabulary Score: A-

Congratulations on your multifarious vocabulary!
You must be quite an erudite person.

More proof of Gorebal Warming

Okay, I was informed that I should change the spelling of Gorbal Warming to Gorebal so it is more understandable. Then I was informed I should put the Gore in quotes…maybe these informers should get their own darn blogs!! Just kidding, they are my only two readers of note, and the only two to comment, thank goodness for Family. Well, it seems that Gorebal warming is causing this, and this. Could it possibly be that the Earth I simply going through the normal changes that we as humans will never understand? C'mon, we have been here for such a short time, how the heck can we say that we are causing a trend?

Friday, April 6, 2007

I thought it was all about the oil

A quickie: War for Oil???

Boycott this Stuff

I think I mentioned Rosie and her insanity, and here is a quick up-date. Please go to and sign the petition. There are over 20,700 as I write this. I expect it to hit a million. There are other sites to visit also, mainly the one that has the list of advertisers of The View so you don't have to watch it to know who to write to. Please, let's use the power we have as consumers to let it be known that we will not pay to hear this drivel. What I am looking for is the clamor from the left about her right to free speech, unlike what the left did to Dr. Laura. I purposely linked to a story that was in favor of shutting Dr. Laura down, so the complete hypocrisy can be shown. Maybe someone else, other then me, with my two readers, will point out the hypocrites, unlike the Dixie Chicks situation. Once again, a story that is told from the left perspective. Am I the only one who sees this? When the Maines says something stupid, the Chicks lose money, and they cry…when Dr. Laura says something stupid, she loses money, and the left cheers…double standard in my book.


I did some more looking, if you go to Hot Air, there is a great list in the comments with all the advertisers, I am not going to paste it here, that would be a tad illegal…


More hypocrisy from our government. Not just the Dems this time either. This guy stole a bunch of documents from the National archives to sell on EBay, old papers that were of only historical value. Sure, it was theft, and the dude should go to jail, but what about Sandy Berger? He stole documents relevant to National Security and got a slap on the wrist. I guess the old bull about being powerful keeps you out of jail no matter what is alive and well in America; I just wish it didn't apply to traitors.

It was needed

'Cause I just had too….

Wednesday, April 4, 2007

2007 Hurricane Predictions

Just for fun, I am going to link to this article, and I am going to quote the predictions here, so I can look back. I didn't copy last years predictions, but they were dire, end of the world stuff, and it turned out to be one of the calmest seasons on record. Not one major Hurricane landed on the US, not one. This, at a time when Katrina is one of the favorite talking points of the human causation of Gorbal Warming crowd.

"Forecaster William Gray said he expects 17 named storms in all this year, five of them major hurricanes with sustained winds of 111 mph or greater. The probability of a major hurricane making landfall on the U.S. coast this year: 74 percent, compared with the average of 52 percent over the past century, he said.

Last year, Gray's forecast and government forecasts were higher than what the Atlantic hurricane season produced.

There were 10 named Atlantic storms in 2006 and five hurricanes, two of them major, in what was considered a "near normal" season. None of those hurricanes hit the U.S. Atlantic coast — only the 11th time that has occurred since 1945. The National Hurricane Center in Miami originally reported nine storms, but upgraded one storm after a postseason review."

There, recorded for posterity!

Monday, April 2, 2007

Stem Cells


I am going to touch on an issue that I know very little about. I have done a small amount of research into the issue of stem cells, and the furor surrounding it. It is a fact that Bush was the first President to ask for money to continue Embryonic Stem Cell research, he just limited the lines that could be used with federal dollars. There, that argument is shot, you all know the one, where Bush outlawed stem cell research. Now, other research has led me to understand that mature stem cell research is leading to great things, while embryonic research is going very slowly, or nowhere at all. It stands to reason that if something is going to be breakthrough, people would throw money at it, in the hopes of becoming rich, well, that is not happening with the embryo side, but it is on the mature side, enough money that heart valves can now be made. Notice that the article only mentions "stem cells", not mature stem cells. Then, deep in the article, after reading the words "stem cells" many times, do we find that "By using chemical and physical nudges, the scientists first coaxed stem cells extracted from bone marrow to grow into heart valve cells." And that:

"Growing a suitably-sized piece of tissue from a patient's own stem cells would take around a month but he said that most people would not need such individualised treatment. A store of ready-grown tissue made from a wide variety of stem cells could provide good matches for the majority of the population."

One almost gets the feeling that there is more to the stem cell debate than caring about cures. Could the religious right be correct that the issue is abortion? That the left wants to make stem cell research the reason for legal abortion? Interesting, something to keep in mind when thinking about this stuff for sure.

Sunday, April 1, 2007

Left wing nuts

These are the people that want to take over this Country, that think they know it all, and have better ideas, ideas they never seem to put forward. I linked to huffpo again, but this time I am also going to pull a post. This one is right at the top as I type here, the very first post I was met with regarding our President calling for the release of the British Soldiers; not calling for bombs mind you, but echoing other 'strong condemnations', which in essence is nothing anyway.


*&^% you, Mr President. You have absolutely no right sermonnizing to anybody about what they ought or ought not to do, you stupid, ignorant *&^&**&^ psychopathic piece of *&^&, sir.

By: gcallaghan on March 31, 2007 at 08:43pm

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This drunken psycho is just itching for another war. As Sean Penn said about bush's two drunken pieces of *&^%, *How dare they not be in uniform*

By: SFer on March 31, 2007 at 08:54pm

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Okay, that is enough, you get the picture, I did not cherry pick, the coherent posts are maybe one in twenty, seriously, but don't take my word for it, go read that drivel. Read it now, unless you are under the age of…well, under the age that really foul language is not for you to read.


Those on the left need to begin to distance themselves from the blog posters that are spewing this hatred. It is hatred, there are posts there that call for the death of not only Bush, but for his entire family, as well as that of Dick Cheney. And we are always told the left is the compassionate, accepting, non-judgmental bunch, yeah, and Islam is a Religion of Peace.

First in a series, the Amendments

Amendment I

The first ten of the many amendments to the Constitution became known as the Bill of Rights, and were ratified at the same time as the Document itself. These are the amendments that drive our society, that give us the freedoms we enjoy, as well as take for granted. We will start at the beginning and work our way through not only these amendments, but all twenty-seven of them. I am not going to pretend that I know the thoughts of the folks that wrote the amendments; I didn't live when they were ratified, so I know only little about society at those times. Sure, I know history, and can converse with most anyone about the different times this Country has gone through, but for these essays, I am going to simply put the amendments in the context of today.


Amendment one, safeguarding the freedom of speech and religion, has recently become one of the most abused amendments. The first line in the amendment, frequently referred to as the 'establishment clause' has been re-defined to ban government from ever mentioning a religion. This is not what is written. It says "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;" Basically put, the government can't tell us what religion to practice, and can not ban us from practicing the religion of our choice. This does not mean that kids can't pray in school; this does not mean that Christians, Jews, Muslims, and many others, are homo-phobes when they say that Homosexuality is a sin. It gives us the freedom to worship as we choose, and, not worship as we choose. An atheist can not demand that their lack of religion trumps any other individuals' religion.


"or of abridging freedom of speech," Wow, how simple is that? We can say what we want, using common sense, such as not yelling 'fire' in a crowded place, and not face repercussions for our words. Of course, lies can be prosecuted, but opinions can not. This absolutely does not give anyone, no matter what minority or special group they belong to, the right NOT to be offended. It is inherent in any society that all people will disagree at some time, and these minority groups need to get over it. Speech can not be punishable, and should not be punishable, even if the word hate is uttered. Hate is an emotion, therefore an opinion, therefore protected. When one truly looks at the new version of 'political correctness'; one finds censorship. Using gender specific stereotypes is not sexual harassment, it is just stupid, or, on some occasions, plainly the truth. Oh, and money is not speech, money is money, it doesn't come from the mind through the mouth or pen, therefore it is simply money.


The next little part of this amendment "or of the press" is self explanatory. Freedom of the press, we all learn that in grade school. Is it taken to extremes at times? Sure it is, but that is the trade off we live with, and most of us are quite happy to put up with arrogant reporters that refuse to reveal sources that might solve a crime. The alternative is a press that is run by the government, afraid to cross the party line. I know I don't want that, and I am sure the majority of us don't want that.


Assembly and redress, fancy ways to say we can get together, march, and tell our government, or any other institution that we are not happy with policy. This is a biggie; this gives the KKK the right to march right beside the Black Panthers, the Pro-lifers along with the Choice crowd, and the NRA alongside the gun banning groups. None of this assembling and redressing guarantees change, but it sure feels good to do it, to be a part of a group, to try to affect change.


The First amendment, much maligned, yet so important. Attempting to discern the mood of the Founders makes no sense, not when the words are so clear. We can worship, speak, write, and assemble as we please. These basic rights keep this country free and the government on its toes!