Thursday, October 28, 2004

Leave it to the MSM!

I can't believe this. ABC can't even give the full story to the FBI or CIA! Drudge just flashed this report. The best quote in this story..."This is not something you just throw out there while people are voting," the ABC source explained. Yeah, that's why CBS planned to run the phony munitions story the Sunday night before the election.

The FBI and CIA have already authenticated this tape and the terrorist on it. I do have to give kudos to ABC for at least authenticating it...but since it seems to be true the American people have a right to know...funny, I thought that was the duty of the provide people with information while withholding judgment. I guess the American leftists in media see it differently.

Must See TV....

There is a politcal advertisement out there on the web called How Would They Vote. I heard about this the other day on Glenn Beck. Here is the link...go watch it now.

Wednesday, October 27, 2004

This is explosive...pardon the pun.

Drudge has just put a link up to a Washington Times article by Bill Gertz implicating Russian Special Forces units as being the culprits who moved all those tons of high explosives. I can't even begin to describe the far reaching implications this news delivers. This is powerful stuff.

I can't wait to see how Kerry / Edwards and Co. try to spin this one. There was no way Russia was ever going to approve a UN Security Council resolution authorizing war in Iraq. They were never going to give the US and UK access to their dirty dealings with Saddam. With "allies" like this who needs enemies. If this news doesn't vindicate Bush and Blair in many eyes I don't think anything will.

This also vindicates the theory that Saddam moved his banned weapons to Syria and other locations outside of Iraq's borders. The UN Oil for Food program is undoubtedly behind this. I'm sure other such stories from the French and Germans will surface in due time. This could be the last nail in the coffin for Kerry / Edwards.

Monday, October 25, 2004

This is just too good!

The major media today "broke" the story of tons of high explosives being stolen out from under the nose of the US Army. Here's a link to the story. Somehow, some way this story is supposed to damage Bush's credibility and leadership ability. Kerry / Edwards of course lost no time in jumping on the bandwagon.

"The incredible incompetence of this President and this administration has put our troops at risk and put this country at greater risk than we ought to be,'' said Kerry

Even ol' Joe Lockhart gets into the act.

"The Bush administration knew where this stockpile was, but took no action to secure the site. They were urgently and specifically informed that terrorists could be helping themselves to the most dangerous explosives bonanza in history, but nothing was done to prevent it from happening," he said.
"This material was monitored and controlled by U.N. inspectors before the invasion of Iraq. Thanks to the stunning incompetence of the Bush administration, we now have no idea where it is," Lockhart said. He demanded the White House explain "why they failed to safeguard these explosives and keep them out of the hands of our enemies."

But isn't it funny how just like every thing else the Dems try to smear Bush with blows up in their faces....this from Drudge.

I'm still calling it a landslide for W. I think he will win at least 41 States. At the end of the day it's the safety and security of their children and grandchildren people worry most about. Kerry just doesn't measure up to Bush in this arena.

Thursday, October 21, 2004

This is not a good man

John Kerry, to quote Lynn Cheney, "this is not a good man." No truer words have been spoken in this election season. Given all the evidence of his disdain for this country and our military he shouldn't even be in the Senate let alone the Democrat Nominee for President of the United States. Not only because of his 1971 testimony in front of the Foreign Relations committee that slandered the hell out of all those brave soldiers who fought and died for this country but also for statements like this:

In 1994, discussing the possibility of U.S. troops being killed in Bosnia, he said, "If you mean dying in the course of the United Nations effort, yes, it is worth that. If you mean dying American troops unilaterally going in with some false presumption that we can affect the outcome, the answer is unequivocally no."

This is unbelievable! But it doesn't stop there. One has only got to go back to earlier this year when Kerry, at a town hall meeting, was confronted by a seriously delusional member of the audience who accused our soldiers of bombing hospitals and mosques, and sniping women and children in Iraq! What does Kerry do...does he at once come to the defense of our fine men and women putting it all on the line for us every day? Does he tell this loon that in fact he's a loon? No. He simply, unemotionally tells the audience he's planning on handing Iraq over to the United Nations if he wins the election. This is outrageous! I can't believe the once grand Democrat Party, the party of Roosevelt, Truman, and Kennedy (Jack not Teddy!) have nominated this dolt to hold the most powerful office in the world.

This election isn't about Democrat vs. Republican. It isn't even about liberal vs. conservative. This transcends all party and ideological lines. We are in a a war for out very survival! Our enemy knows no limits. He will stop at no level to the depths he will go to destroy us...every last one of us that doesn't agree with his twisted view of the world. We have a very clear choice to make in a week and a half. Jobs, the economy, health insurance, tax cuts...none of that matters if we don't deal with the enemy at the gate. The President understands this, probably more than any of the rest of us short of the soldiers and Marines fighting these animals. It's time to put our differences aside and do what's best for the future of our nation.

Monday, October 18, 2004

Why Bush is the Right Man at the Right Time

In answer to the question posed by Hugh Hewitt.

Quite simply, George W. Bush is the right man at the right time in our nations history. Is he perfect? No. Do I disagree with him on some issues? Yes, but then who agrees with even their own spouse 100% of the time? This race really comes down to one key question...who will make America safer and continue taking the fight to the terrorists? Clearly, it's GWB. How many times in the days and weeks after 9/11 did we hear "Thank God there's a Republican in the White House." I heard that most often from Democrats who voted for Gore. Admit it, if you're a Democrat take yourself back to those days. It gave you comfort to know that there was a man sitting at the helm you knew was working on striking back at the savages that killed so many of our fellow countrymen for nothing? The battle in Iraq is an extention of the Global War on Terror, not a diversion. Don't believe John Kerry and his surrogates that Iraq was for anything less than the safety and security of our nation. A free Iraqi Republic will be our nations best defense. Think about it, why else would the terrorists be doing everything in their power to turn Iraq into utter chaos. They know the stakes. If they are to survive, freedom cannot flourish. They know if people have the choice between freedom and liberty or radical totalitarianism they will choose freedom every time. At their core every man and woman longs for freedom, for choice in their daily lives. People want to be able to live their lives, go to work or school, raise their children, and not have to worry about being brutally tortured or executed by their government. That's not just an American dream, that's the dream of every human being. President Bush has lead two coalitions that have liberated some 50 million people. People who once had no chance to realize their dreams now do. The President has a vision for the middle east that we must continue to build upon. It will, no doubt, take sacrifice and hard work but if we can see this through the payoff will be the end of the middle east that is a breeding ground for terrorists and those that harbor them. Sometimes doing what's right isn't easy.

Thursday, October 14, 2004

Presidential Debate

George W. wiped the floor with Kerry! Kerry, as prepared as he must have been, looked shell shocked about midway through. GWB was truly running on all cylinders. Here is the transcript just in case you missed it.

In related news, John Kerry is taking a shellacking over his Mary Cheney, lesbian remarks. When he was asked whether he thought homosexuality was a choice Kerry gave this answer.

KERRY: We're all God's children, Bob. And I think if you were to talk to Dick Cheney's daughter, who is a lesbian, she would tell you that she's being who she was, she's being who she was born as.

As soon as the words came out of his mouth I knew he was in for it. It just doesn't sit right with the American public when you drag your opponents children, even grown children, into the campaign. It just isn't done and I will wager Kerry will and already is paying dearly for it.

Somebody should just gag Elizabeth Edwards right now. Do you believe this?

Elizabeth Edwards, the wife of vice presidential candidate John Edwards, suggested in radio interview that Mrs. Cheney might feel "a certain degree of shame" because her daughter is a lesbian.

What are these people thinking? Hugh Hewitt is right, if they would just offer up a simple apology this would all go away. This is turning into a huge black eye for the Kerry / Edwards team, not that I'm not loving every minute of it, but it seems what little, if any, momentum they had is gone. They are beginning the nose dive and engine #1 is in flames.

Wednesday, October 13, 2004

Third and final

Presidential debate coming up...will post later with comments. Hopefully Bush is on his "A" game tonight.

Monday, October 11, 2004

Kerry...oh, the buffoonery!

You have to read all of this article. If it didn't before the thought of Kerry being the C in C of the most powerful country in the free world ought to scare the pants off you.

Rudy calls him on it though. He's absoultey right when he says, "The idea that you can have an acceptable level of terrorism is frightening. How do you explain that to the people who are beheaded or the innocent people that are killed, that we’re going to tolerate a certain acceptable [level] of terrorism, and that acceptable level will exist and then we’ll stop thinking about it? This is an extraordinary statement. I think it is not a statement that in any way is ancillary. I think this is the core of John Kerry’s thinking. This does create some consistency in his thinking."

John Kerry has no core beliefs...he's like Clinton only not as smooth.

Wednesday, October 06, 2004

Must read...

This column from Eject! Eject! Eject! must be read. It so accurately describes many who now see the world so differently than they did on September 10th, 2001.

These bastards who declared war on us and the rest of the Western world must be stopped at all costs. If you cannot see that Iraq is but a battle in the Global War on Terror then you miss the point.

Hugh Hewitt makes this excellent point. The real problem, as I see it, is today's media. Not only because of their inherent left wing bias but because we are constantly reminded of how many casualties we have taken, how many civilian casualties have been taken, etc... If we would have had the same media during WWII as we do today I don't know that we would have won that war. Don't believe me? Consider this, what kind of public outcry would there be if something like the bombing of Dresden were to take place today? I believe in freedom of the press but do we really have to be informed EVERY time a soldier dies? Every soldiers death is a tragedy and should be mourned, don't get me wrong, but it only serves to embolden the enemy and dampen our spirit. Can you imagine our WWII press updating the casualty rate every time a soldier died? It would have been downright demoralizing and possible could have cost us the war.

The President once again nails it.