"One man, living again in his home state, surrounded by territory once rife with Conservatives,
and now hijacked by imported Liberals. This is the product of a self-imposed duty to continue to speak my Traditionalist Values
despite the Left's proliferation, procreation and perpetual regurgitation."

"One woman, living in a southern state, invaded by liberal policies, where strong Conservatives
were once revered. Proudly clinging to my guns. Proudly singing to my God."




social transition


Gossamer Socialist



Problem obvious

Liberty Caged, 11-4-08

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Friday, September 29, 2006

Let's Play, "Who Said It?"

OK, here's the question... Which famous and often heard Liberal was spewing forth the following directly quoted Anti-Bush bile today and where?

[xxxxxx xxxxxx] condemned President Bush in [xxxxxx xxxxxx] Friday, calling him a failure and a liar.

"Why don't you tell them how many million citizens of America and its allies you intend to kill in search of the imaginary victory and in breathless pursuit of the mirage towards which you are driving your people's sons in order increase your profits?" [xxxxxx xxxxxx] said...

What? How can he be saying the exact same thing the Left screams daily for months now and claim with a straight face that he's not a Liberal ???

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Pretty in Purple:
The Bubba Boilover Reviews

Ms. Underestimated presents this premium video collection of numerous observer's opinions of Slick Willie going thermo-nuclear on Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday.

"It's NOT my fault... you smirky rightwing extremist! ....Waaaaaaaaahhhh!"

Yeah, you made a big impression, Baby! Too juicy to miss. Sit down and crack a cold one... Viva la Clintonista's!
Avenging Apostate

Please read this stunning article about a real world hell and try to understand the impact and reality of this young man's nightmare. Then, pray for him.

*Many thanks to Always On Watch for calling attention to this man's plight.


As a responding comment to AA's related and following post:

Bubba's Pravda said...

Assalamu Alaikum?

The Beast of Revalation DEMANDS WORSHIP!A book by Bruce Bawer, "While Europe Slept", is a more in-depth look at the mindset that we are contending with. Instead of the west responding with one voice to the Islamofascists, we are neutered by the Kumbaya chorus out of the EU and the UN. How do these institutions affect US citizens. The Liberal Elite thirst for approval from the members of these two organizations.

I am utterly amazed at the lack of understanding the Lefties have of the Islamists. They seem to be willfully blind. Wakie, Wakie! The Islamofascists are using you and your moral equivalence doctrine to further entrench themselves in western culture. If you keep expecting the Islamists to stop their hate and voice their love and admiration for liberal democracy and personal liberty, you are deceiving yourselves. OPEN YOUR EYES!

This is not hysteria. This is reality. They see us as the demons. Not just conservatives. EVERY non-islamist is a demon. It is not a religion of peace. It never, EVER, has been. Read your history. Read about the Jews and Christians and their treatment in these societies both today and over the centuries.

Look up the terms: dhimmi, jizyah, and taqiyya. Learn. The average Muslim on the streets of Europe believes that the Quran is supreme over the laws of Europe. Research what honor killings are. Research the practice of vaginal mutilation. These people are absolutely devout (insane).

To claim moral equivalence between Christians and Muslims is absurd. Do you see Christians en masse screaming for blood? Christians demanding death? The truthful answer is no. Madonna is going to desecrate the cruxifiction of Christ in an upcoming event. Christians around the world will be disgusted. But, Christians around the world will not declare a Fatwah on Madonna. It won't happen. Ever!


'Cubed' from The 6th Column Against Jihad followed up Bubba's comment with:

You shouldn't really beat yourself up by being "amazed" that the Lefties' lack of understanding.

They don't "misunderstand," they AGREE! They are different branches of the same philosophical tree (Plato to Augustine to Kant to Hegel to Marx/Engels). They believe the same thing, that a totalitarian "ruling elite" needs to be in control of the "Great Unwashed" who are too incompetent to be in control of their own lives.

See, way back when Plato (who believed that disgusting nonsense and passed it along to people like Marx) and his student, Aristotle, were alive, they had a huge fight about that (among other things).

Aristotle thought that our minds were just fine, and that we could manage our own lives without a ruling elite. Those ideas were passed along to Averroes, Acquinas, Locke, and the Founding Fathers of the United States.

Unfortunately, when the government-run school system was established about 75 years after the U.S. was founded, there were a few people around who were of the "ruling elite" crowd, and when virtually every child in the country was compelled to attend schools teaching the same curriculum to everyone, it was just too much to resist; they got busy right away, and wormed their way into the system. They infested the curriculum with their beliefs, and the biggest tool (make that "weapon") at their disposal was Political Correctness, which they have used with incredible effectiveness - moral equivalency, multiculturalism, diversity, yadda-yadda - are all what they have taught and use to this day.

Even though the split in the "philosophical family tree" took place a long time ago, Islam and their fellow travellers, the postmodernists (people on the "Left" including Liberals, socialists, Communists, Fascists, etc.) are still "brothers under the skin."

Of course, the Left hate us so much that they don't realize that as soon as their "brothers" accomplish their goals, they, the "Left," will be treated with the same disregard as Islam treats the rest of the infidels.

Double bullseye.

Monday, September 25, 2006

Texas Roadhouse Restaurants

Here's an outstanding example of the prevalent "all about me" mentality, born of the Left, and now permeating our society. How about we do this backwards?

First, a letter that I will repost below, sourced from a comment at Always On Watch by Anti-Jihadist who has the Pedestrian Infidel weblog:

The following letter was sent by a Sully District officer to the Chantilly Texas Roadhouse Restaurant through the contact page on the restaurant's web site:

"It has come to my attention that I owe your establishment an apology. I am an officer with Fairfax County. Earlier this year, I had the unfortunate experience of listening as two of my co-workers died of gunshot wounds near your restaurant. The ensuing investigation, regrettably, blocked (from your account) thousands of dollars worth of hungry citizens from eating that night. I compounded this problem by participating in a funeral procession, not once but TWICE, for my co-workers and again blocked thousands of dollars worth of business from you. I humbly apologize for such egregious actions on my part and will endeavor to, in the future and to what extent I can, not allow petty police actions from interrupting your business. I have asked all my co-workers to heed this and next time pick a more commercially advantageous spot to be ambushed and killed. If anything, I have requested that they all die at once, such that multiple funeral processions will not be necessary. In an effort to make sure that I am effective in my efforts, I have barred myself, and all those I can influence from entering or even parking in your establishment. This way I can be sure that my presence will not have the same selfish and undesired affect. If there is anything else that I can do to make sure your establishment has a banner year, please feel free to contact me. I will forward this message to all concerned parties."

It was signed, Barbara "Sully'd reputation" Mikkelson.

TR restaurant local Manager Eric Rainwater had sent a letter requesting $9000 compensation for lost business revenues caused by the disruption created to customers by the investigation and subsequent double funeral processions for the slain officers!!! Please read the well written post at Always On Watch that gives the details of the tragic murders of Detective Vicki Armel and Police Officer Michael Garbino at the Sully District Police Station in Chantilly, Virginia back in May of this year. It also describes in detail the letter sent to the Sully District Police Department by the TR restaurant manager.

There is more to be found here at which verifies the details of the story. This article also includes the Chantilly PD's Captain Susan Culin's letter to TRR pertaining to local restaurant Manager Eric Rainwater's complaint to the Chantilly Police Department. Incredibly, it still took over two months for TRR's corporate spokesman, Travis Doster, to respond to Capt. Sully's letter!

Capt. Culin's attempts to bring the matter of Rainwater's mid-June 2006 letter to the attention of the restaurant chain's management were pushed aside for three weeks, and it was a couple of months before things were resolved — because, according to Texas Roadhouse's corporate spokesman Travis Doster, "we're a very decentralized company" and there was "miscommunication" between the main office and the restaurant's Virginia operation. Whereas a swift "We're sorry — the manager of our Chantilly restaurant shouldn't have sent you such a letter — what can we do to make this right?" would likely have worked wonders in terms of undoing the damage, instead the Captain was given the runaround and her calls weren't returned.

I posted my view of the CEO of Texas Roadhouse Restaurant chain's handling of his manager's action in the comments section:

The restaurant manager should have been fired instantly. Any self respecting CEO would risk the lawsuit, given the circumstances, if in fact that had any bearing on his actual decision (which I strongly doubt). Consequently, since the "reprimand" was a CEO decision, the Texas Roadhouse CHAIN has earned a boycott.

And the secondary concern for their employees who might suffer because of said boycott? If they had any self respect and decency, they would have hit the door upon learning of their manager's action. I know were I the management of a competing restaurant, I would be pleased to hire a former T.R.R. employee who left for such a reason.

I will never set foot in a Texas Roadhouse Restaurant again without some further, candid public apology from the CEO and a firing of the local manager, Eric Rainwater, at the Chantilly TRR. If you'd like to add your thoughts on this to Texas Roadhouse Restaurant, here is the website and contact info. for the local Chantilly, Virginia TRR.
Please VIEW
This Man's Fine Blog!

I found The Lords of Kobol (now linked) quite by accident as I was tracing back some of the sites that have linked to me. I have no stake in this recommendation nor does the owner know me or is he even aware of my attempted readership encouragement here. But this is simply one of the finest, heavily militarily slanted efforts to cover Islamic radical outrages and fallen, otherwise virtually unknown soldiers that are fighting to save our butts that I have ever seen. This man obviously has a true blue American heart and reverence for our soldiers' devotion that is substantially unrivaled.

I must think, since there are astonishingly almost no comments from readers, that his fine efforts are merely, as yet, undiscovered. It certainly would not be his lack of consistency, sheer effort and posting of stories/videos that are pertinent and relevant. Look through his archives... His posts are hard hitting and to the point. It will only take a simple click and a few seconds for you to get there, but I will bet you will spend a lot longer reading and viewing his work. It is a MUST SEE.

Saturday, September 23, 2006

Tell Your Representatives
to Defeat HR 5825

Our resident idiots are about to drive off the road again like Teddy on his way home from the local watering hole. HR-5825, sponsored by New Mexico House Representative Heather Wilson, has language roughly reinstating the President's powers of surveillance ...but only AFTER another terrorist attack has actually been successfully executed! It boggles the mind that at this point in time, with all the threats and examples of atrocities that we have accumulated via our "friendly" Islamic Jihadists, that an elected official would propose such lunacy. Furthermore, the members of the Intelligence and Judiciary Committees also apparently support her proposal.

Shamefully, she is also a Republican (at least by gift wrapping anyway). She too carries the distinction of being one of only eight Republican House Members who are endorsed with a 100% rating by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), as compared to 154 Democrats in the House. Here is a listing of the ratings issued by CAIR pertaining to the various Rep's endorsement histories that will give you a great idea of who needs to hear from you most.

If you're not up to date on why CAIR should be a priority on your radar screen, read this post by "Rob" over at 'Say Anything' blog. It will literally make your hair stand up.

So it's time to get your butts in gear and either make the phone call or send her an e-mail. She can be contacted in Washington at 202-225-6316 Albuquerque it's 505-346-6781. And here is her e-mail contact form. While you're at it, you should also contact your own representatives from your state. Remember in all cases to be polite as you calmly explain without profanity to each why their actions are plainly stupid.

More details of the actual language of the bill flanked by added outrage are found here at Scott's 'Ah, Shoot' blog. If you're a gun nut like myself, he should be part of your regular reading anyway as he consistently maintains his crap in one sock.

Do your duty as a truly concerned, non-apathetic American voter ...go get 'em, Patriots!

Of Mentors, Memories and Meaning

"Fred" was my fourth grade teacher in a class of only 14 students. He was also the principal, which is why his 'portion' of the children of that grade was reduced ...he had to perform double duty. Despite it not being the norm, nobody complained back in those days. In fact, we had an exceptional class of kids who got an early start on a school year's worth of childhood camaraderie that was rare, even back then.

His first name was "Fred". We didn't call him that, of course. Kids were taught to have respect. He was a large, tall man (especially to a 4th grader!) and somehow just commanded respect. It was a lot more than his physical size, though. It was a gentle, but constant, "push" he gave each of us to grasp life and sense the possibilities. It was in his eyes, which danced with enthusiasm. He was very adamant about the need for knowing history, the important effect of science upon it and the tool that math is to conduct science. Many, many impacting lessons on a small cluster of absorptive minds, yet one simple 'saying' he told us stayed with me always.

He had a door in the rear of our classroom that was an extra entry to 'The Office'. The makeshift classroom was a narrow and short space, forcing the center row of 4 desks to be staggered, slightly off center and forward, to allow access. Upon being summoned by office personnel, he had left the classroom momentarily in the middle of a math lesson. When he came back into the classroom suddenly he found the entire class watching as me and my girlfriend demonstrated how to kiss (yes, hearken back to the days when this was the wild cutting edge of classroom behavior!). Naturally, we were ALL embarrassed to the core! You remember that children in 4th grade weren't even supposed to LIKE eachother, much less kiss, right?

One little girl, in her nervousness of the moment, burst out with the innocent question of "how come they want to do that?" He smoothly replied without missing a beat, "water seeks its' own level". Now the connotations could have been numerous, but he was quick to explain that we were of like minds and interests, thus we were interested in eachother. He went on to include that we would find this declaration to be applicable to many situations in life and we should remember it. Of course it can be used to be complimentary, derogatory and all the increments in between, but it remains exceedingly true. I had the very real pleasure of telling him one day, many years later, of the impression he made upon me and that I recalled that particular tidbit more vividly than almost anything else he imparted. I could see the surprise in his face alongside his realization that he had made a lifelong impression.

My father, a career professional photographer, gave me the gift of full investment in whatever you were taking on. While not truly achievable, perfection was to be pursued with all the details, emphasis and chasing of excellence. My mother gave me dogged determination to achieve no matter what the obstacles tossed in your path. Today, I try to give it back to her as she courageously battles the curse of cancer. But I know I can only give moral support ...because you can't give back what she always has had. Both my parents taught me to love your family and friends without limits or qualifications. Loyalty, good manners, consideration, empathy and defense of principles... how long would the list be if itemized? I had real parents!

"Ronnie" demonstrated that anything mechanical could be fixed ...and how to "bandaid" the malady of the moment to allow one to get home. He showed me how cumbersome fear was and that it could defeat you, when you otherwise could win.

"Bob" showed me to appreciate and recognize the honor that is conveyed when someone shows you something useful, for they would not try to show you unless they felt you were worthy. It was a bit painful at the time because I was just a twenty something snot nosed kid ...and he first had to get me to overcome my huge, defensive pride. He had to get me to shut up, reckon with and admit my ignorance, and open my mind to the insight he offered.

"Kurt" made me realize the power of being calm. He pointed out how distracting to clear thought the act of whining is. He made me realize the importance of accepting what is ...and moving on without getting all hung up on the occasion. He also emphasized, silently and without words, the art of humility.

"Joe" taught me management of people who work for you. He showed me the importance of accepting faults in employees (and friends!) and not wearing myself out with some foolish notion that I could change them. He showed me how to work together with others and to see people's strong points and value, despite their shortfalls. He polished my dedication to detail and thoroughness. He showed me just how long I could work despite fatigue and literally days on end without sleep. And together we celebrated the rewards of our accomplishments, many times, in many remote places around the world.

"Gary" taught me the difference between "excuses" and "reasons". He showed me that no competition was insurmountable, no matter how much glitter and fanfare it was accompanied by. He stressed and demonstrated the need to do your homework and the effectiveness of testing. From him I learned the success that can follow if you arrive at the event, whatever it might be (rather than what it was at the time for us), fully prepared.

Girlfriends, even from a very young age, all imparted life long lessons of good and bad. Many of those impressions were seemingly invisible at the time, but materialized as I grew and finally had the sense to look back with clarity. "Pam", "Bambi" and finally "Kathy" each showed me the bitter taste of deceit (yet surely had their reasons ...probably me!). But each also contributed much sunshine and happy moments of sharing. I have no regrets in any of these cases. Each contributed its' own degree of 'wealth', at the net expense of only money. I remember each fondly as a part of my growing process.

"Tammy" and "Joni" demonstrated what kindness and real heart was, even when the rest of the platter was wrong, with each of us headed in opposite directions.

"Susan" became my life's angel, my closest and dearest friend forever, and defined the true meaning of pure goodness. She is my most staunch supporter and cheerleader, loyal, deeply loving and astonishingly innocent to this day.

"Nick" and "Bill" showed me how to get up, under your own power and by yourself, after falling ...and how to stay that way, dignified and self-sustaining.

With "Nick", it was the overcoming of all the wrong moves during his late childhood years, against all odds, and making it work anyway. He had the good sense and dignity to suddenly see the need to accept responsibilities and rise to them. This he did substantially on his own, and has since raised a beautiful young child (with another on the way), saved a marriage to a lovely, intelligent, articulate woman and has built a mini-empire of his own creation. He retrieved himself from a sure road to doom. I view him as a shining demonstration of how today's youth can be. I will always look to him with great reverence.

"Bill" had it all only to seemingly lose nearly everything in a tragic accident. He has now spent more of his life in a wheelchair as a quadriplegic than he spent out of it before the accident. He has lived on with courage, humor and involvement in all the things he found he could still do. He uses his strong mind and enjoys daily the computer and a lovely wife who has seen him for the amazing man he truly is. No self created 'pity party' for this incredible gentleman! Only eight days before his sudden unexpected passing, "Gary" gave me one of the last pieces of his life's wisdom after I had told him of my friend "Bill":

"Sounds like you have found an interesting friend with a lot of 'performance blood' in common. It seems like [those] that are in such a state tend to get far more out of life than some of the "healthy" guys that can't seem to enjoy anything other than feeling sorry for themselves. Lots to learn from these fellows if you take the time to listen carefully."

"Marcia" illustrated the same strength that "Bill" and so many of my other mentors demonstrate, when she lost her life's love without any warning. She is a living example of dignity, faith in God and endurance. She is a shining friend and a wonderful mother to three incredible, productive adult children. She also encouraged me to write, for me first, just as much as for anyone else.

Many people lament getting older and long to be "young again". I am not one of those. I enjoy each and every day. When the day ends, I pray I will be granted another and I bathe in the lessons that came from today. I always thank God for the complete resplendence He has granted me in my life. Dad always told me, "tomorrow never comes" and "every one you pass up is one you'll never get". The people who have cared enough to enrich the days of my life just sweeten the mix. We can't go back, why waste time longing to? Doesn't it make so much more sense to really live your next "today"?

We all have these kinds of stories to tell, if we stop and consider it. Marvelous tributes through examples of virtue and appreciation of life surround us. There are good people in this world and we can choose to recognize and absorb their content. We have options in this life. Options that can become choices. Who have you showed a life choice to lately?

*Trackbacked @ Woman Honor Thyself's Autumn Trackback Weekend (because I know it will having meaning to that Angel!)*

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Quotations from the Latest Patriot Post

“I don’t know how you can explain five years of no attacks, five years of successful disruption of attacks, five years of defeating the efforts of al-Qa’ida to come back and kill more Americans. You’ve got to give some credence to the notion that maybe somebody did something right.” —Vice President Dick Cheney

“The biggest story since 9/11 is that there hasn’t been an other 9/11. According to our hysterical media culture, everything’s always going wrong. The truth is that we’ve gotten the big things right... Does that mean everything’s perfect? Of course not... [S]ome terrorists will manage to hit us again. But if attempt No. 500 succeeds, it doesn’t mean it wasn’t worth stopping the other 499. Yet, after the next attack, we’ll hear no end of trash-talk about how the War on Terror ‘failed’.” —Ralph Peters

“If 9/11 had really changed us, there’d be a 150-story building on the site of the World Trade Center today. It would have a classical memorial in the plaza with allegorical figures representing Sorrow and Resolve, and a fountain watched over by stern stone eagles. Instead there’s a pit, and arguments over the usual muted dolorous abstraction approved by the National Association of Grief Counselors. The Empire State Building took 18 months to build. During the Depression. We could do that again, but we don’t. And we don’t seem interested in asking why.” —James Lileks

Monday, September 11, 2006

Why We Fight

This is what the murderous dogs did to us. God bless the stolen lives of our people. Never forget.

United Airlines Flight 11 impacts the North Tower @ 8:46AM...

The total disbelief of witnessing Flight 175 impact the South Tower @ 9:03 AM... (*Be warned, tough language)

Kevin Cosgrove's phone call for help from the South Tower

...and then the North Tower collapses.

American Airline Flight #77 was flown into the Pentagon at 9:45 AM. United Flight 93 disappeared from radar at 10:06 AM and crashed in a field near Skanksville, Pa.. Read a well written account of events.

Sunday, September 10, 2006

Wasting a Strong Brain
to Become a Cliche'...

The liberal mentality and lemming-like verbal repetition truly irritate me. Every single time. Of course, that is their object.

It's the numbing adherence to snarky little group sourced comments, almost always with the seemingly required personal insult(s). Sometimes, in my opinion, they just aren't that bright. They don't have the capacity to look beyond the surface and face of issues. They are simply, intellectually... short.

More often though, they are lazy, selfish and apathetic. (The apathetic quality, thankfully, is why they are currently out of power.) They perhaps possess the essential intelligence to grasp and consider the issues at hand in a realistic light, but that is far too much effort. These are often among the loudest of liberals. They are motivated by their laziness to assume their political views, as valueless and missing in foundation and history as they are. It is just easier for them and they repeatedly veer for the "Easy" button. It allows them to hold out their hand and seek demand to be enabled. They can scream out endless criticisms according to the fuzzy impulses they use to navigate their ship every day. What do you mean responsibility/accountability? ...The "government", in fact all of us, ...owe them! They're special!

Besides, making the investment of time and research to stay abreast of the facts and history, it is just, well, not simple. They possess endless lists of excuses, not to be confused with reasons. Furthermore, in today's Left Stream Media world, taking an outspoken Conservative stand makes you an instantly delicious target, which requires defending one's position, which requires knowledge of one's position, which requires entry into that responsible category of effort again. So that's just not an option. It's just much easier to hurl insults and vagueries. I sometimes marvel at the lengths they will go to to revise and twist history, though. I should think it was bordering on, you know, ...effort!

But the one's that really wind me up, which is their particular fuel, are those who do have great, strong, God-given brains. They don't invest great effort, because they don't have to. They are sharp and cellophane rhetoric comes easy to them ...again, easy, the common thread. But it is focused on rebuttal for attention and wordsmith wizardry credits. It is for a self-satisfying, yet sick, "feeling" that apparently comes after they troll a conservative blogsite's comment section, or similar actions. They are articulate and thoughtful, but only to a point. Here again, I believe they view it as easier to take pot shots and flee, without fact, value or content.

For example:

"...the right have a reason to whine n’ wail one [one???] time
and suddenly the 1st Amendment is dead. If it were to truly die, I hope the righties can hide their euphoria about it. "
Sure, Mr. Cliche' nuanced and eloquent. The Right has always sought the utter removal of Free Speech, eh? We would be "euphoric"? Nice contribution. You know just as well as all of us that we worship the First Amendment (along with the others that you selectively choose to recognize) and we defend it consistently, daily. Otherwise, you would be banned and squelched from the blog owner's comments board. But he, and we, watch your antics and let you believe that you are entertaining and clever. You aren't truly that stupid, you just think you're cute.

When the moderator responds and says,

"...I have never seen such evidence. If you’re going to make such a statement, find me some source material."
You promptly (because you were back watching to see if you got the desired reaction, your personal heroin) come back with,

"Nah, I’ll pass on using the effort to provide sources for the material. This is your website, you provide the slanted material and I’ll just rebut with pure blogs, like a good guest should.

But the method you say the right uses has a name, it’s Bushleague. And they do it best."
Translation of your transparency:

"Nah, I’ll pass on making any effort to provide sources for my "material" (cause they don't exist). This is your website (my excuse disguised as courtesy), you provide the factual material and I’ll just rebut with pure bullshit, like a good self serving liberal troll always does.

But the reality you say the right uses gives opportunity for some patented liberal name calling, it’s insert crafty yet meaningless insult here (no, I'm not original enough to think of it on my own, but hey, I am a well trained liberal parrot). And you guys actually do whatever we invent to accuse you of, because, well, we say you do."
One very noteworthy item that you smartass liberals do contribute in the most dire times that collective civilization has ever faced is assistance to our enemies. The old saying, "not part of the solution, then part of the problem" applies squarely to you. You folks state we Conservatives are 'over the edge' but we do defend your rights and, by using staunch military aggression against our sworn enemies, also defend your asses, too. A convenience for your position, eh? You can sit back all smug and elitist, and spew forth more hollow sewage while still enjoying the security that our service people deliver. Sounds "easy" to me and obviously must to you, too.

You think we Conservatives are intolerant and seeking all powerful control over you? You might utilize that seemingly strong brain of yours to consider how Al Qaeda would treat you if you were one of their swine and spoke out against their actions and directives. But you'd rather not consider that line of thought... the consequences might speak a bit too loudly to something in you deeper than your skin.

However, each time you assist the enemy with your appeasements, your apologies and your excuses, you put another weakening chink in our armor. That is the same armor that protects you, too, despite your refusal to concede that. You are the proverbial "useless idiot" and the foes are very adept at using your offerings. And you may succeed someday in opening that one slot of vulnerability that the terrorists are patiently watching, plotting and waiting for. With the evil plans and tools they have, they will perhaps only need one opening.

If that calamity is of a biological or nuclear or similar scale catastrophic tint, the aftermath will be very, very ugly. Or haven't you considered that? How do you think it will be if you are one of those that don't perish immediately, on a massive scale? How will you do with no clean water to drink or food to eat from your local supermarket? No fuel, no electricity, no ammunition or guns, no health care, no money, no shelter or method of traveling easily to locate such? How are you going to do when pointless, mundane arguments with your old Conservative "enemies" render you as defenseless and insignificant as an amoeba? For the time that the remainder of your life lasts, what will you think about then? I hope you live many, many days to consider that.


JayI over at WAmbulance pens about a related liberal's "strategy" in attacking our President. Of course, the author he refers to, one "Ms. Blumner" of the St. Petersburg Times, demonstrates how multi-purpose their 'tool' actually is.
Teach Your Children Well...

This sure ain't about the old Crosby, Stills and Nash song.

Age of Hooper has posted
two short, excellent videos, each of which is worth every second of your viewing time.

The first was created by
In The Bullpen and compares Nazism to radical Islam. It is almost ten minutes long. You may find yourself keeping your cursor on the 'Pause' button to halt the fast moving text long enough to be read in spots, but it is very well done.

The second item that follows chronicles the blatant, methodical instruction of Islamic children in Jihad and "martyrdom". It is also a bit over nine minutes in length. If your not stunned from the impact, you better check yourself for a pulse.

Please share these with others that are still complacent and refuse to wake the hell up!


If the second video regarding Islamic children and their likely 'instructed' destiny caught your attention, may I suggest you read this as well?

Friday, September 08, 2006

The Difference...


Your alarm goes off, you hit the snooze and sleep for another 10 minutes.

He stays up for days on end.


You take a warm shower to help you wake up.

He goes days or weeks without running water.


You complain of a "headache", and call in sick.

He gets shot at as others are hit, and keeps moving forward.


You put on your anti-war/don't support the troops shirt, and go meet upwith your friends.

He still fights for your right to wear that shirt.


You make sure you're cell phone is in your pocket.

He clutches the cross hanging on his chain next to his dog tags.


You talk trash about your "buddies" that aren't with you.

He knows he may not see some of his buddies again.


You walk down the beach, staring at all the pretty girls.

He walks the streets, searching for insurgents and terrorists.


You complain about how hot it is.

He wears his heavy gear, not daring to take off his helmet to wipe his brow.


You go out to lunch, and complain because the restaurant got your order wrong.

He doesn't get to eat today.


Your maid makes your bed and washes your clothes.

He wears the same things for weeks, but makes sure his weapons are clean.


You go to the mall and get your hair redone.

He doesn't have time to brush his teeth today.


You're angry because your class ran 5 minutes over.

He's told he will be held over an extra 2 months.


You call your girlfriend and set a date for tonight.

He waits for the mail to see if there is a letter from home.


You hug and kiss your girlfriend, like you do everyday.

He holds his letter close and smells his love's perfume.


You roll your eyes as a baby cries.

He gets a letter with pictures of his new child, and wonders if they'll ever meet.


You criticize your government, and say that war never solves anything.

He sees the innocent tortured and killed by their own people and remembers exactly why he is fighting.


You hear the jokes about the war, and make fun of men like him.

He hears the gunfire, bombs and screams of the wounded.


You see only what the media wants you to see.

He sees the broken bodies lying around him.


You are asked to go to the store by your parents. You don't.

He does exactly what he is told.


You stay at home and watch TV.

He takes whatever time he is given to call, write home, sleep, and eat.


You crawl into your soft bed, with down pillows, and get comfortable.

He crawls under a tank for shade and a 5 minute nap, only to be woken by gunfire.


You sit there and judge him, saying the world is probably a worse place because of men like him.

If only there were more men like him!


Only two defining forces have ever offered to die for you, Jesus Christ and the American G. I..

One died for your soul, the other for your freedom.

*FOOTNOTE* This was also sent by a friend today without reference as to who wrote it.

US Navy Welcomes
The USS Bill Clinton

Sunday July 2, 2006, Vancouver BC, Headed for Seattle,WA.

The US Navy welcomed the latest member of its fleet today.

The USS William Jefferson Clinton (CVS1) set sail today from its home port of Vancouver, BC.

The ship is the first of its kind in the Navy and is a standing legacy to ex-President Bill Clinton "for his foresight in military budget cuts" and his conduct while President.

The ship is constructed almost entirely of recycled aluminum and is completely solar powered with a top speed of 5 knots. It boasts an arsenal comprised of one (unarmed) F14 Tomcat or one (unarmed) F18 Hornet aircraft. Although they cannot be launched or captured on the 100 foot flight deck, either could form a very menacing presence.

As a standing order there are no firearms allowed on board. The 20 person crew is completely diversified and includes members of all races, creeds, sex, and sexual orientation. This crew, like the crew aboard the USS Jimmy Carter, is specially trained to avoid conflicts and appease any and all enemies of the United States at all costs.

An on-board Type One DNC Universal Translator can send out messages of apology in any language to anyone who may find America offensive. The number of apologies are limitless and though some may sound hollow and disingenuous, the Navy advises all apologies will sound very sincere.

The ship's purpose is not defined so much as a unit of national defense - but instead in times of conflict the USS Clinton has orders to seek refuge in Canada. The ship may be positioned near the Democratic National Party Headquarters for photo-ops and can be used extensively for social experimentation, and whatever other worthless jobs the ex-commander-in-chief and his wife can think of.

It is widely rumored that the ship will also be the set for the upcoming season of MTV's "The Real World."

The ship was renamed and commissioned USS William Jefferson Clinton when someone realized the USS Blowfish was already taken.

*This post is Trackbacked at Woman Honor Thyself's Open Trackback Weekend*


I have no idea who actually created this (I sure wish I had!). I received it from a friend in an e-mail this morning and just had to share it. HA!

Thursday, September 07, 2006

On Home Defense

Please read (and then send to your liberal loved ones within your circle) Existing Thing's premium home social encounter scenario. He always writes pertinent, blunt posts and once again he has kicked it out of the park.

There Will Be a Lot of These

And well there should be. I doubt, however, that any will be more impacting. We should all, especially Liberals, see and remember this everyday. Unlike those we lost, God granted us that option.

Thanks to David Vogler and Evan Coyne Maloney for the effort.
The Essential Blogi Provided Smile

If my dismal and negative post that follows below brings you down to my state of depression, go here for more of Kevin's excellent mind!
Dear Congressional Republicans:

I end my greeting to you with a colon, not a comma, because this is business. You are not my friends nor the friends of the electorate that sweepingly put your substantial majority in place in both houses of Congress. In the last elections, you wanted a mandate ...we overwhelmingly gave you just that. We gave you the positions and power to effect what we the American people spoke loudly for.

We wanted secure borders, illegal immigrants aliens removed from our land, aggressive confrontation and victory with our sworn enemies, fiscal accountability, strong education for our children and energy development/independence from those very same enemy countries that wish to overthrow us.

You have squandered the opportunity handed to you. You have categorically failed us. You have failed us in a time of our country's historically greatest need and when there are virtually no other reasonable alternatives to your failure. It appears that the only way to prove your failure to you is to actually further poison the body of our great country with even worse representatives of the American people's voice than you have been.

From President Bush to Condi Rice to legislative Republicans, you have repeatedly fallen down and caved in to the very liberal trends and tendencies that we put you in office to defeat. The specifics have been itemized and defined by Conservative scribes and pundits for months, years now. Virtually none of you listened, none of you acted. Certainly not enough of you, at the very least.

It was 4:10 AM when I began writing this. I did it because these few words were screaming to get out and I could no longer rest comfortably. There are no alternatives any longer to your disgraceful performance. Only more bile that will surely prove to be worse than you have been. Liberal, wrong way, knee jerk, terrorist applauding, fuzzy mush that will make us even more vulnerable.


They won't win because steadfast voters like myself vote for them. They will win because of people who don't stay well connected and will vote reactionary. You have allowed the Leftstream Media to parade in a list of your failures and bludgeon you with it. And in allowing it, because that list is real and directly of your causing, you have bludgeoned us all. It is inexcusable. Disgraceful.

You could perhaps still save the day for America. Newt Gingrich has outlined 11 major points that we the people have loudly supported ...and you have soundly ignored. Actually doing something to change this country's direction in the few days remaining before the November elections might truly make a difference in the outcome. You could show resolve and enlightenment and do something right at long last.

But why would anybody truly believe that you would now? How could anybody have believed that you would have been so performance poor to date that this would be necessary?

You have become the jelly spined, wet-finger-in-the-air, self enabling power mongers that the liberals were before you. The only solution in the eyes of the majority of voters now is to punish you removing you. I won't help them do it, but I must concede that you deserve it.

America does not deserve it, though. We listened to your supposedly heartfelt words of conviction and solidarity and we trusted you in the most critical of times. It is almost without explanation! Your history of action is what placed our trust in you, and then, as if manipulated by our enemies, you morphed into what we had rejected. Your answer to our trust was to emulate the train wrecks that you replaced.

So the process will take place and proceed. May God hold this country in his arms and allow us to get through the coming further intensification of the storm. The storm YOU allowed to intensify.

On the morning after your collective defeat, as you sit alone in a room echoing with liberal jubilations nearby, I want you to reach into your shiny suitcoat pocket. Pull out that pretty primping mirror and stare into the eyes of failure.

You did this. You did this to us all.

Monday, September 04, 2006

The Critical Item

About a year ago, I happily had the opportunity to run into an ex-girl friend's daughter whom I had not seen in several years. When I first met her she was only twelve years old, about to turn thirteen. Now, quite to my surprise, I was looking at a poised and radiant young woman who is sneaking up on thirty!! Where does the time go?

We talked at length about what she was doing and what she had done since we were last in touch. After the unpleasant break-up between her mother and I (whom I affectionately refer to now as the "Wicked Witch of the West"), we kept in fairly close contact for awhile, but slowly drifted in different directions as our lives moved forward. She found it tough for us to continue the same great relationship we had built over time since her mother and I were no longer best buddies. It would have compromised the ease with which they could maintain a good mother/daughter exchange. All understandable and quite valid on both sides. Things change and people move on.

But on the rare occasion that we do stumble upon one another, it always spawns a flurry of hugs, memories, stories and smiles. This time was no different... sort of. But, in the course of our conversation, I found myself thinking that she had gained, hopefully assisted by my input, a key element that I believe chiefly determines how one conducts themself and how they treat those around them. It has direct bearing upon virtually all actions and reactions in the highway of life. Without provocation, she suddenly volunteered to me I had been a great guide in her growing years. What a welcome and kind reward for her to bestow upon me!

Regrettably now, I am not a parent and won't ever be. Even though this is by choice I am nonetheless very observant of people's children, what they do and how they interact. Long (loooooong) ago I was a child who had the good fortune to be born to exceptional parents. Perhaps this was less unusual than it is today? I truly think so. Thankfully, there are still some good ones remaining.

However, it is my firm belief that parenting is not the popular sport it once was. There was a time when people in general, maybe most people, took great pride in their parental duties and the skills required to adequately execute those duties. One parent staying home to raise the children was not considered a lackluster, demeaning or menial task. It was not considered to be a concession in life or "missing out" on the essentials of career building for all. It was a serious job and was revered as such. It was something to take great pride in. People did not consider day care as an absolute requirement so that both parents could move forward with their respective absolutely necessary and separate careers. Sometimes both parents worked, but at least one's primary "job" was that of raising fine children ...and in "good" families, both participated.

Today I guess that is just not as often possible for pure financial survival reasons ...or is it just perceived that way? Is it necessary ...or is it chosen?

My parents were divorced when I was quite young ...not quite twelve years old. My brother and I left with my mother and moved to Florida. Looking back now I know we were raised from then forward on very meager income and lots of hard work from our fantastic, unconquerable mother. She and my dad, although many miles apart and with great differences, continued to be excellent parents to us. That was because they both saw that as absolutely important ...their children came first ...always.

In the summers, I would return to my boyhood home and spend a precious two and a half months with my father. We were very close and as my teen years advanced, he surely allowed me more leniency than most kids my age... arguably too much. I did things that were not always right or good or the best choices at the time. But when I did things that were wrong, I had my own strangely self-imposed 'limits'. And when I strayed over the line of appropriate behavior, I was interestingly careful not to push too far. Many times I clearly recall wondering about that.

Why? Where did the boundaries come from when I was my own chaperone?

They came from that critical element that was imparted time and time and time again from a loving, caring, truly concerned mother and father. It is the ability to know the honest difference between right and wrong. I sure as hell was nothing even remotely resembling any angel, but when I did something wrong, I knew it was wrong. Sounds simple, huh? Perhaps it is, but it is nonetheless important, no... imperative!

It gave me the ability to build those self-imposed limits. It gave me a conscience. It caused me to think and for my parent imparted morals to quietly speak to me. It allowed me to look upon my acts from a third person perspective and judge myself remotely. It empowered me to shame myself, to ridicule and analyze my poor choices. It stopped me from committing the really rash, irrational, unfair and contemptible acts ...the permanent and long term mistakes that cannot ever be reconciled. It tempered my existence and forced me to build upon what I had learned and to grow as a person.

That sense of good and bad behavior that was beaten into me (sometimes literally) when I was a kid spilled over into every day of my life. Even when I knew I was screwing up and continued doing it anyway, knowing it was wrong moderated what I did next or didn't do next!

I think too many kids today never get any clear feedback on the big issues that fall as either definitely right or definitely wrong. It is a basic parental duty that too often gets overlooked or shunned off on others. It requires parents that care. It has long term ramifications that can balloon exponentially over time. Adolph Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Nicolae Ceauşescu and Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadi-Nejad were all children before growing up to become power hungry, ruthless murdering madmen. Could real parents who ranted daily about the basic differences between right and wrong (and set examples by their own behavior) have made a difference in their destinies? Perhaps not, and maybe a gross oversimplification on my end, but I find it hard to think that they or today's common terrorists had parents with much skill or true interest in what they were raising.

What kind of parenting do you think American traitor Adam Gadahn had?

It doesn't matter that the stripe that delineates right and wrong is often a thing of opinion, a bit blurry or thick. The most important issues are decidedly on their true side of the line. Murder, rape, theft, terror, deception can only be considered right by those who are evil. Basic right and wrong created the foundation from which all else in civilized society (and conservative values) has grown. Liberty, freedom, dignity, courtesy and common manners all begin with fundamental concepts of goodness.

The two broad conditions of good and bad are impossible to have peace without. And when large masses of people are so collectively askew on so much bad that it defines evil, war will result. Good people can lose ...goodness can lose, if people will not defend what is right and wrong. I hope there is enough goodness left to build true backbone to brave and defeat pure evil. Civilized mankind has never been so tested.


A–rabs ShooT their owN KidS

Insight and observation from a real Angel...


Take the time to read this man's dove tailing, hard hitting post. It, and he, are KEEPERS!