Friday, September 29, 2006

Possibly the funniest line ever,

regarding the bloviating performed by Rosie O'Donnell on the View, with the line,

"My own sense of embarrassment at sharing a species with these women"

Nearly as good was his nomination for the new species of "North American Dumb Cow", in reference to that woman (not sure that is the appropriate use of the word, but that's what I'm sticking with).

Almost wet myself after reading that.

Tuesday, September 26, 2006


One of many favorite quotes, but none more fitting for the occasion, nor the man,

“One bleeding-heart type asked me in a recent interview if I did not agree that ‘violence begets violence.’ I told him that it is my earnest endeavor to see that it does. I would like very much to ensure—and in some cases I have—that any man who offers violence to his fellow citizen begets a whole lot more in return than he can enjoy.”

RIP, Colonel.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

It's outta here...

As in, over the fence, as the Geek knocks another one out of the park.

He's in excellent form on this one, and the link over at LawDog's Place, "Riffing on Religion, part 2" has some equally good material.

Pretty much sums up what we've all known since the beginning of this confrontation.

I liked this one, in particular,

"I wonder if the Children of Mohammed realize how they look to the rest of the world?"

The short answer is, No, they couldn't care less, but the most important thing about that answer is why? The answer is, of course, because of the way it makes them feel about themselves. They pat themselves on the back about their moral superiority, and it pumps up their collective egos. Too bad for them, I guess, since the longer their little charade plays out, the fewer people will be on their side. Piss off a few more people while you're already at it, Hadji.

When's National Ammo Day, again?

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Recasting the concept of "Irony"

Hardly a day passed since reading that piece at Gates of Vienna, when I get this in my face while drinking my morning coffee.

Gee, this looks reaaalllly familiar, doesn't it?

I think that some diplomacy from 50,000 feet is in order, and continue with it, 'round the clock until al-Assad and his asshats make a capitulation call to Dubya.

End of story.

Sunday, September 10, 2006

Since I can't think of anything better at the moment...

on the occasion of the remembrances of our fallen citizens, low these five years ago, I thought I'd link to this.

Is it wrong to laugh at some of this?


Friday, September 08, 2006


This excellent post hits upon many items that we, those who are clear-headed anyway, have known for quite some time.

The Fjordman has articulated it quite nicely.

Just excellent.

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

BCRA, McCain-Feingold or whatever you want to call it this week

The calendar tells me that as of tomorrow, we are inside the 60 day "window" of "Political Speech" that is supposedly covered via the most unconstitutional of any law ever devised by the world's greatest deliberative body (excuse me while I chortle, or should I vomit?).

Kim posted something about this a while back, but I thought I'd wait until it was, ya know, illegal for me to say something before making a blatantly political comment.

So here goes:

I will not be voting for any Democrat, for any office, from City Dogcatcher to Senatorial seat. I do this because I am left with, essentially, Hobson's choice. I surely don't like many of the Republicans (the "Holier than Thou" thing makes me do a rollback), and the DemoRats are nothing but putrid, vile filth, all of them, from stem to stern. Their "leadership" at the national level is nothing short of a communist orgy, and will be more than happy to order you, with gun in hand if necessary, to hand over all your shit, just because they say so.

Voting my conscience (largely small party, libertarians and such) is pointless, as those candidates have no chance of ever making it into any office, effectively doing a "Perot" with my vote. No more.

Fuck it. I'm sure I'll have something plenty nasty to say about someone between now and election day, and I'll be damned if I'm going to feel bad about any of it.

We can all start with derision aimed at two of the stupidest ass-clowns to ever "represent" their constituents in Congress, John McCain and Russ Feingold. Unfortunately, neither of the aforementioned ass-clowns are up for reelection on this cycle, so we'll all have to wait for Arizonans and Wisconsinites to vote both these sumbitches out of office in 2010, but I'm not holding my breath.

Speak freely, loudly and often, regarding any subject, most especially that of the behavior, voting record and overall character of your representatives in government, all of them, high and low.

Spread the word.

Props to Kim DuToit for the excellent graphic.

Monday, September 04, 2006

Time to start asking some serious questions

I think I'm in need of an increase in my Prilosec dosage after reading that.

Gates of Vienna has been getting a lot of my attention of late, it's little wonder why, as they're covering the swirl around the bowl of civilization as well or better than anyone these days.

I am largely speechless about this. I can not imagine how this Gudrud Schyman came upon the idea of taxing the male population soley for, “the evil that men do,” (to women in society). Marxism seems to be live and well, and in larger numbers than I'd expected.

More broadly, is this the promise of the great feminist movement? To go back to living in harems with this as it's model,

In a newspaper article about Swedish women converting to Islam, the attraction of the Islamic family life seems to be a common feature among women converts. Several of them state that in Islam, the man is more rational and logical, while the woman is more emotional and caring. This means that the woman should be the one to take care of the children and do the housekeeping, while the man should be the one to work and provide for the family. Many of the women feel that their lives lack a sense of purpose, but Christianity does not seem like a relevant alternative to them.

So going back to the 1950's with Ward Coming home and being asked by June about his day at the office, er..Mosque?, as long as it's no longer Ward, but Mohammed Sheik bin-Al Whazzit?, with the fifteen other wives and 93 kids under that same roof? Hope you like eating rice? And that whole not opening your mouth about anything, and being his property under sharia law.