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Liberal Lunacy Again and Again

Tuesday, June 26th, 2007

The following video illustrates the fact that uninformed liberals know nothing of which they speak.  They take to the streets, attend Cindy Sheehan rallies and protest for the sake of protesting.  They bitch and complain about the war in Iraq, call Bush a terrorist and call for the destruction of Israel, yet have no freakin idea of the atrocities that Saddam committed when he was in power, or how many millions of men, women and children were murdered at his hands. At one point in the video, a dumb liberal was asked if she know who the Kurds were and she said no, obviously. She didn’t know that Saddam also fired Scud missiles into Israel targeting civilians during the first Gulf War.  It’s a shame that these people are so uninformed, and at the same time, it is a blessing to live in a country where you can assemble for any reason, no matter how insane it may be.

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    An Open Letter to Sean Penn

    Tuesday, March 27th, 2007


    I am sure many of you tuned in the other night to watch Sean Penn read his open letter to President Bush in front of the usual suspects. He framed it quite eloquently when he called Bush, Cheney and Condi “villainously and criminally obscene people”. I was actually really impressed with his vocabulary. Mr. Penn, your high school education really paid off that evening. While I do respect the fact that the courageous Mr. Penn toured the streets of “Baghdad during this occupational war”; that does not make him an expert in foreign policy. The fact of the matter is Mr. Penn; you don’t know what the hell you are talking about. All you do is complain about the war in Iraq and boast that Iran is such a great country. If Iran is such a great country, why not shack up with Ahmadinejad and take up residence there? Believe me Sean; you would be doing all of us ‘level headed’ people a huge favor.

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    Thoughts About The War in Iraq

    Monday, March 5th, 2007

    No, this is not another picture of a dead Marine in Iraq. This is actually a picture of me in 1993 when I first joined the Marine Corps. For many of you who read my blog often, you know that I normally don’t share that much personal information about myself but this is something I feel strongly about. I promise I will not get all sentimental on you either. A few weeks ago I decided to watch the blasphemous 60 Minutes when they featured some of our finest (my fellow Marines and soldiers) protesting the Iraq war (I’m sure Cindy Sheehan was in the studio audience somewhere). It brought back memories when I was on a flight down to San Diego on my way to Boot Camp. I remember how scared I was. The thought of having to go to war was heavy on my mind but I knew it was a sacrifice I had to make. The Gulf War had already ended but there was some serious tension in Mogadishu, Somalia; and I knew that I could have been next. I had to keep going ¦I couldn’t give up before I even started.

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    Hypocrisy from the Left, Again

    Monday, February 5th, 2007

    This time from Hillary; but what else is new. On Friday, Sen. Hillary Clinton said that she would not have attacked Iraq if she were president in 2002 and would end the war if elected. Yet, in 2002, on the Senate floor she stated:

    So it is with conviction that I support this resolution as being in the best interests of our nation. A vote for it is not a vote to rush to war; it is a vote that puts awesome responsibility in the hands of our President and we say to him - use these powers wisely and as a last resort. And it is a vote that says clearly to Saddam Hussein - this is your last chance - disarm or be disarmed.  

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    Enemy of the Week, Jane Fonda

    Monday, January 29th, 2007

    Well, she’s at it again. Hanoi Jane has strapped on her anti-war protest boots and is now opening her mouth about matters that she knows nothing about. What gets me irritated about the uninformed left is that they are so quick to pass judgment, protest this and that, and call for an impeachment; yet they have no plans or alternatives. Where was the outcry when Clinton was bombing Christians who were fighting Muslim terrorists in Kosovo? Oh, I guess this is different, right? In Kosovo, Christians were getting slaughtered and a Democrat was in office so that doesn’t count!

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    Boxer and Rice Hash it out

    Sunday, January 14th, 2007

    California Senator Barbara Boxer told Secretary of State Condi Rice during a testy Senate hearing on Thursday that without an immediate family Rice would pay no personal price for the Bush administration policies in Iraq. Boxer’s comments came during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing in which Rice was questioned about President Bush’s new plans for the war in Iraq. Here is an excerpt on Boxer’s comments to Condi:

    “Who pays the price?” Boxer asked Rice. “I’m not going to pay a personal price. My kids are too old and my grandchild is too young. You’re not going to pay a particular price, as I understand it, with immediate family. “So who pays the price? The American military and their families.”

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    Does Cindy Sheehan Have a Job?

    Thursday, January 4th, 2007

    If there is one person on this earth (aside from a few people that post on this blog) that I can’t stand; it’s Cindy Sheehan. Today, when our lovely democrat majority tried to reveal their lobbying reform package, their press conference was bombarded by anti-war activists who want Congress to stop funding the Iraq war before taking on other issues. Sure Cindy, let’s stop the war, pull the troops out and let Iraq fall. I guess it’s okay for men, woman and children to die in Iraq as long as they aren’t Americans, right Cindy? Why not protest the genocide in Darfur or Somalia, or is that just not important to you? Thank God you weren’t alive and well during WWII or else we would all be speaking German right now.

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    10 Reasons Why I Am Thankful and Irritated During this Thanksgiving Season

    Saturday, November 25th, 2006

    As the 2006 Thanksgiving passes, I thought I would take this opportunity to list out 10 reasons why I am thankful and irritated during this season.

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    Florida More Dangerous than Iraq

    Tuesday, November 14th, 2006

    According to Australian Filmmaker George Gittoes, there is more violence in Miami, Florida than there is in Iraq. Gittoes’ latest documentary, Rampage, compares and contrasts life of an ordinary family living in the blue-collar community in Miami, with ongoing fighting in Iraq. Unfortunately, the main stream media (and libs in general) seem to overlook small facts like this when reporting the news; and constantly hammer us with 10 Marines Dead in Iraq or More Civilian Causalities in Iraq.

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