October 29, 2004

Most news is just QaQa

I can't even watch the fucking news. People say the news isn't biased. You have to be a retard to think the alphabet networks and most of the press aren't biased.

One example of this is the recent admission that it was US troops that took some 200 tons of explosives from the Al QaQa dump, not terrorists.

Of course when the allegations broke by non other than See B.S. and the Old York Times Kerry jumped on it faster than overeater at an all you can eat waffle dinner.

In an interesting side, I am amused that when I hang out with liberals, I can't go a day without them mentioning something they hard on NPR.(National Public Radio) If I am around the same person for several days they will make at least one comment about something heard on NPR daily.

One person who shall remain nameless said they heard about the stolen weapons in Al QaQa because of George Bush's mishandling of Iraq on NPR.

I told her that the Washington Times reported it was false and that we took the weapons.

Her remark was "Washington Times? Never heard of it."

I'm just glad our tax dollars are funding liberal-socialist propaghanda.

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October 28, 2004

It's hard to be non-partisan

I work for an agency that has many anti-Bush liberals in it. It is ok, they are great people but just have a different view on the world as I do.

Recently I met the Drug Czar and was asked to write a story about it detailing my meeting and what he said.

I used to opportunity to talk up the administration. Take a read

On October 21st, the Director of the ONDCP and National Drug Czar, John Walters presented two Communities That Care sites with new Safe and Drug Free Communities grants.

Norristown Communities That Care and Quakertown Area Communities That Care each received new grants for $100,000 a year for five years. The grants will allow these community coalitions to continue to work to reduce risk factors in their communities by focusing on proven research-based strategies centering around a strong community coalition and science-based programming. Berks County also had their Safe and Drug Free Communities Grant renewed.

Mr. Walters said that these coalitions make up the ‘Armies of Compassion’, and are effective at reducing substance abuse and other problem behaviors because they allow communities to target prevention efforts to areas that are needed within their own community.

According to Walters, the Bush administration has shown a commitment to the work of community coalitions by doubling federal spending on prevention coalitions since he took office in 2001. The federal government now directly funds 714 coalitions across the country.

Walters notes that the data show the emphasis on community prevention coalitions has worked. “President Bush set a three-year goal for a 10% reduction in youth substance abuse. In those three years the reduction was 11%.”

I guess it's pretty straight down the middle, but I purposely put stuff in there that would make some of these libs think twice about voting for Kerry. Since many of them are funded by grants for these coalitions, I thought it would be nice to make the point that President Bush has doubled his funding for these programs.

Am I as bad as the New York Times in my bias?

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October 25, 2004

Eddie the Hut

Our much hated governor, Ed "The Hut" Rendell is schilling for Kerry. Of course, he is a Democrat, but what is totally despicable is that he is trying to eliminate overseas ballots from military personnel.
PHILADELPHIA - Republican lawmakers have accused Democratic Gov. Ed Rendell of trying to suppress military votes for President Bush by failing to push for an extension of the deadline to accept overseas military and civilian ballots.

Democrats said there wasn't a "single shred of evidence" to back up the claim.

Nevertheless, rumors of military disenfranchisement swirled Friday. Hundreds of angry callers swamped the governor's office, forcing it to set up a recorded message: "The governor is very aware of this issue. Please leave your name and contact information."

With military personnel traditionally voting Republican, the GOP is eager to garner as many military votes as possible in Pennsylvania, a key battleground state in the Nov. 2 election.

Republicans want Rendell to ask the courts to extend the deadline for counting absentee military votes until Nov. 17 - something the governor has refused to do.

On Wednesday, a federal judge sided with the Rendell administration in refusing a U.S. Justice Department request to order new absentee ballots for military families and overseas voters and to give those voters until after the election to return them because of confusion over Ralph Nader's ballot status.

"The men and women who are most affected by who becomes commander in chief, their vote is going to be denied," said state Rep. Stephen Barrar, R-Chester. "If 73 percent of these votes were coming in for John Kerry, she (U.S. District Judge Yvette Kane, a Clinton appointee), would rule the other way and so would Ed Rendell."

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Good news from netflix

Got this in an e-mail from Netflix. Use it, love it. SarahK pointed it out too!

Over the last five years, we've grown the Netflix community to over 2.2 million satisfied members. We appreciate your business, and our goal has always been to provide you great service.

Since our price increase in June, some of our members have expressed concerns about the new pricing. We've listened to this feedback and are pleased to inform you that we're lowering the price of your Netflix 3-at-a-time program from $21.99 per month to 17.99 per month.

You don't need to do anything. Your membership will automatically move to the lower 17.99 price. The lower price will appear on your next bill on or after November 1, 2004. You will still get the same great service and convenience, but now you will pay less for it. So please sit back, relax and enjoy your movies!

-Your Friends at Netflix

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JFK: Candidate of the Terrorists

I think John Kerry has super daylight savings time disease. Instead of fallling back an hour, he has falllen all the way back to Sept 10th, 2001.

Besides being a socialist traitor pig, John Kerry is indeed the candidate of the terrorists. No doubt that he will probably go after the terrorists with all the zeal of a socialite after rich widows, but with George Bush's whole Presidency based on the fact that HE is the anti-terror candidate it frightens me to think what the terrorists will believe if John Kerry gets elected.

I'm sure terrorists will be smiling all the way to Israel.

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October 20, 2004

Jimmy Cater is a stupid redneck peanut farmer


Well, more specificially he said the following thing on MSNBC with Chrissy Matthews.

Well, one parallel is that the Revolutionary War, more than any other war up until recently, has been the most bloody war we’ve fought. I think another parallel is that in some ways the Revolutionary War could have been avoided. It was an unnecessary war.

Hat tip to Little Green Footballs

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October 19, 2004

Why I love Bush.

This is why I love Bush

This girl lost her mom in the World Trade Center on 9-11'

In a moment largely unnoticed by the throngs of people in Lebanon waiting for autographs from the president of the United States, George W. Bush stopped to hold a teenager's head close to his heart.

Lynn Faulkner, his daughter, Ashley, and their neighbor, Linda Prince, eagerly waited to shake the president's hand Tuesday at the Golden Lamb Inn. He worked the line at a steady campaign pace, smiling, nodding and signing autographs until Prince spoke:

"This girl lost her mom in the World Trade Center on 9-11."

Bush stopped and turned back.

"He changed from being the leader of the free world to being a father, a husband and a man," Faulkner said. "He looked right at her and said, 'How are you doing?' He reached out with his hand and pulled her into his chest."

Faulkner snapped one frame with his camera.

"I could hear her say, 'I'm OK,' " he said. "That's more emotion than she has shown in 21/2 years. Then he said, 'I can see you have a father who loves you very much.' "

"And I said, 'I do, Mr. President, but I miss her mother every day.' It was a special moment."

Special for Lynn Faulkner because the Golden Lamb was the place he and his wife, Wendy Faulkner, celebrated their anniversary every year until she died in the south tower of the World Trade Center, where she had traveled for business.

The day was also special for Ashley, a 15-year-old Mason High School student, because the visit was reminiscent of a trip she took four years ago with her mother and Prince. They spent all afternoon in the rain waiting to see Bush on the campaign trail. Ashley remembers holding her mother's hand, eating Triscuits she packed and bringing along a book in case she got bored.

But this time was different. She understood what the president was saying, and she got close enough to see him face to face.

"The way he was holding me, with my head against his chest, it felt like he was trying to protect me," Ashley said. "I thought, 'Here is the most powerful guy in the world, and he wants to make sure I'm safe.' I definitely had a couple of tears in my eyes, which is pretty unusual for me."

The photo has been circulating across the country, Faulkner said. Relatives have passed it on to friends, bosses and acquaintances. As they tell the story, they also share in Wendy Faulkner's legacy, which her family continues through the Wendy Faulkner Memorial Children's Foundation.

"I'm a pretty cynical and jaded guy at this point in my life," Faulkner said of the moment with the president. "But this was the real deal. I was really impressed. It was genuine and from the heart."

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Sign Sign everwhere a Sign

A friend of mine from a chat room told this story of his run in with yard sign stealing theives.

Last Thursday I put out one of my Bush/Cheney signs in my front yard. Between midnight and 3:00 a.m. someone stole it. On Friday night I put out sign No. 2. Since I didn't have to get up early, I thought my dog and I would "stake out" our sign. This time I put the sign a little closer to the gate leading to my backyard. With my dog on an extra long leash, I planted myself on a lawn chair and read "Unfit for Command" by flashlight until about 1:00 a.m.

Here comes the fun part . . . I noticed that the car coming down the street was slowing down and pulling over to the curb right next to my yard. Sure enough, he gets out of his car and heads right for my sign. Just as he was about to uproot and desecrate it, I opened my gate and let my dog make the initial introduction!

As he ran to hide behind the rear end of his car, I promptly moved to the driver-side door, which was still open. It was a fairly nice car with power everything and still running. While my dog continued to "introduce" herself, I rolled up the window and hit the power door lock button. With that, I slammed the door, grabbed my Bush sign and headed into the back yard.

And now for the "rest of the story." About 40 minutes later, I heard a knock at the door. I opened the door to one of our city's finest . . . the Vancouver Police Department. The officer asked me what was going on and when I told him, he could not stop laughing! I followed him out to the perp's car and stood there while he asked the guy a few more questions. Upon learning that the guy lived a couple of streets down, I -- knowing what was about to happen -- asked him, "Why do you have Oregon plates on your car if you live just down the street (here in Vancouver, Wash.)?"

You see, Oregon has no sales tax, so Washington residents will often buy and register cars in Oregon to avoid paying sales tax . . . it's a crime and the fine is pretty stiff. Here comes the best part . . . The look on this guy's face told me he knew he was about to get busted. When the officer asked for his license and registration, the "Democrat" mumbled that (his license) was suspended.

Then, just for kicks and giggles I asked the officer if he smelled any alcohol coming from the guy! The officer looked at me, smiled and promptly gave him a field breathalyzer test. Guess what? You got it, he blew a .10, legally drunk in the state of Washington.

DUI; over $5,000 plus the insurance hit.

Illegal registration; 7.6% of the car's value, plus a $500 fine.

DWS, (on top of DWI), around a thousand.

Being branded as a "MORON," all 'cause he hates Bush....


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October 18, 2004

Mahanoy City Lodge Web-site

I just wrote and uploaded a new web-site for my Masonic Lodge.

Take a look at the Mahanoy City Lodge Web-site

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Dude, that a dude!!

So a few friends of mine took me and my wife out for drinks. At a gay bar.
Take a look

It was a all-star drag review. I have more incriminating pictures of myself which I will post later. All I know now is that I can never run for any political office. Never.

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Anti-Flag Flap

Students at a school in the Republik of California were suspended for displaying American Flags during a senior class group photo

Camille Wiles, 17, said Latino students wanted to display Mexican flags in previous years, and teachers told her the school wanted to prevent any problems by banning all flags.

The students said school officials told them the class picture wouldn't be sold, and none would be taken next year.

After hearing the students describe how they pulled more flags out of their pockets as soon as teachers came up behind them and took them away, Gingrich said: "You guys are pretty persistent."

He added: "Anti-flag control. That's fairly Looney Tunes."

What is this world coming to?

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October 13, 2004

Anti gun wussies

Here are a few stories that may interest the more level headed among and make us just shake our heads in total confusion.

Both contain anti-gun craziness, and both are just stupid.

First there is this story about a civil war buff and his FAKE gun

Joshua Phelps had been at a reenactment with his Civil War costume, including a musket last week. He threw the uniform and equipment into his truck and forgot about it. Tuesday a security guard at the Pine Bush High School saw it and called police.

Phelps was sitting in study hall when the security guard told him to go to the assistant principal. When he was told they saw the rifle he wasn't concerned, thinking they would understand it was part of his costume.

This second one is a story about an avid trap shooter and a picture of his gun

LONDONDERRY, N.H. (AP) - The school board has voted to ban a photo of a student from the senior section of his high school yearbook because he is posed with a shotgun.

But Tuesday's unanimous vote also backed a compromise: Blake Douglass can have the photo published in a ``community sports'' section, and a new photo - without the gun but featuring other elements of skeet and trap shooting - can appear in the seniors' section of the Londonderry High School yearbook.

All I can ask is this. Were the decisions to detain and arrest the first student, and not allow a picture of the second student made by the model UN at the school? These are crazy.

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For you undecided folks

For the 2 or 3 of you out there who are too stupid to know who you are going to vote for, first off, undecides vote on November 3rd. Secondly, take this test to help determine which candidate for President best suits you.

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October 12, 2004

Terrorists smile when you vote for Kerry

Yesterday I mentioned my new slogan I think JFKerry should use for his campaign. Vote Kerry: Make a Terrorist smile.

Well, without further ado. Here is the offical Shirt!!

Buy it here

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October 11, 2004

Vote For Bush

Well, one more reason to vote for Bush is to know that it is an affirmation of our beliefs, the war on terror, and freedom around the world.

Though Kerry mostly likely isn't against fighting terrorists or planting democracy through the world, voting for Kerry could be seen by the terrorists and terrorist symphathizers as us voting against the Bush doctorine.

So I say, Vote for Kerry: Make a terrorist smile

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October 07, 2004

Texas T

It seems there is mass hysteria regarding the price of oil. I discussed this earlier. Oil is still cheaper than bottled water, ice cream, or beer. And it gets you places.

I don't even sympathize with the poor schlubs who have to heat their homes.


Because I heat my home and water with clean efficient and cheap coal. Coal right now is about half the price of oil. If I ever am getting ripped off for the price of coal, I know it's not becaue of some guy named Abdul across the ocean it's because of a guy named Blashok who lived 2 miles from me.

Thank God for coal.

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October 06, 2004

Wasn't even Close

It wasn't even close. The Vice-President cleaned the clock of the Breck Girl.


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October 05, 2004

Debate Podium

This is John Kerry's Debate Podium. About as useful as his plan


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Supressing Whitey

John Kerry went to tell a group of die hard fans that the Republicans are trying to supress the votes of minorities and Democrats in all close states.

CLEVELAND - Republicans have been trying to suppress voting in states where the presidential race is too close to call, Democratic nominee John Kerry (news - web sites) said Sunday at one of the city's largest predominantly black churches.

"In battleground states across the country, we're hearing stories of how people are trying to make it harder to file for additional time, or how they're making it harder to even register," Kerry told an enthusiastic congregation at East Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

"We're not going to let that happen because the memories of 2000 are too strong. We're not going to allow 1 million African Americans to be disenfranchised."

But what about the Democrats? It seems that DNC chair Terry McAwful is actively trying to get Ralph Nader off the ballot in all close states.

Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader said last week that he will continue his campaigning in many of the key states being canvassed by Bush and Kerry. This week, he is traveling around the swing states of Maine and New Hampshire. Since he announced his bid for the White House, Nader has been attacked by the Democrats as a spoiler whose candidacy will aid Bush in his reelection effort. Nader has spent most of his campaigns time and resources fighting legal battles to get on the ballot. As it stands, Nader is on the ballot in 33 states with legal battles in 3 more.

Nader recently held a press conference in Washington at the National Press Club in which he accused the Democratic Party of orchestrating a campaign of dirty tricks against him. This past weekend, I had a chance to sit down with Ralph Nader in Washington DC for an extensive conversation about why he has chosen to stay in the race and about the allegations that he is taking support from GOP operatives.

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October 04, 2004


Is this disturbing photo of Kerry's ass, we learn more about the candidate.

"This is my foreign policy on dealing with bad guys. Duck and Cover."

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Only in America

Only in America can a private citizen and a private company go into outerspace.

Ansari X Prize founder Peter Diamandis hoped the multimillion-dollar incentive would have the same effect on space travel as the Orteig Prize had on air travel. Charles Lindbergh claimed that $25,000 prize in 1927 after making his solo trans-Atlantic flight.

Major funding came from the Ansari family of Dallas. More than two dozen teams around the world are trying to win the prize, but only SpaceShipOne has reached space.

NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe came to Mojave to watch last week's flight, and Marion C. Blakey, head of the Federal Aviation Administration, came to watch Monday's flight.

"I think it's an enormous step because what it does, really, is establish I think in the minds of the average American the fact that that this is something that you can actually consider in your lifetime," Blakey said Sunday.

Last week, Richard Branson, the British airline mogul and adventurer, announced that beginning in 2007, he will begin offering paying customers flights into space aboard rockets like the SpaceShipOne. He plans to call the service Virgin Galactic.

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You're Fired!!

This is totally crazy news. A teacher was fired for a photo of the President

Parents expressing outrage after a teacher is kicked out of her public school for hanging a picture of President Bush next to pictures of other presidents in her classroom.

Shiba Pillai-Diaz, Teacher: "It happened on a small bulletin board near the American flag and also with a poster of the Declaration of Independence."

This is Crossroads South Middle School in Monmouth Junction, New Jersey. On Thursday, there was a back-to-school night for parents of students. Veteran English teacher Shiba Pillai-Diaz says she was shocked when three parents confronted her. The three, insisting the teacher either add John Kerry's photo to the montage of presidents or remove the Bush photo. When Pillai-Diaz refused, she says the school's vice-principal threatened her job which is an act that has parents here fuming.

Paula Sjolund, Parent: "She didn't do anything wrong, and I think that it should have stayed up there.

This shows how much liberals hate their country. Despite the fact that Bush is still President, many in the education field don't want to admit it.

They wanted to add John Kerry to the photos of past and current Presidents!!


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October 03, 2004

Cheater Cheater

Well, it looks like Kerry maybe cheated and took notes out of his pocket before the debate began, a clear violation of the rules.

Section 5, pages 4-5 of the binding "Memorandum of Understanding" that was negotiated and agreed upon by both political campaigns states:

"No props, notes, charts, diagrams, or other writings or other tangible things may be brought into the debate by either candidate.... Each candidate must submit to the staff of the Commission prior to the debate all such paper and any pens or pencils with which a candidate may wish to take notes during the debate, and the staff or commission will place such paper, pens and pencils on the podium..."

So what did Dem presidential contender John Kerry take out of his jacket as he approached the stage [with his back to the auditorium's audience]?

What did Kerry place on the podium?

Video replays of the Kerry maneuver played all weekend long on the internet.

See the Video

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October 01, 2004

Jeopratardy with John Treblinka

Emperor Misha points out that Kerry couldn't have been under Treblinka Square in the KGB archives because Treblinka Square doesn't exist.

Well Treblinka does exist, but it is in Poland and is a former Nazi concentration camp in Poland. Another Kerry lie. Perhaps that's where he saw the atrocities he claimed our soldiers perpetrated in Vietnam?

Or maybe he was there instead of being in Cambodia?

Posted by tbux at 03:20 PM | Comments (0)

Stupid High School

Parkland High school here in my area isn't sending their marching band when President Bush comes to Allentown because they don't want to seem like they are supporting a candidate.

''I feel that having our students participate in a partisan event could be divisive to our community,'' said Parkland Superintendent Louise Donahue, announcing the decision Thursday. ''We don't want to appear to be supporting any particular viewpoint. We need to remain neutral. We're a public school district.''

So, too, are the Saucon Valley and Northampton Area school districts, but officials from each said their marching bands will play for President Bush.

''It's a real simple reason: The kids are dying to do it,'' Saucon Valley Superintendent Rick Grove said. ''When we announced we were going ahead, we got a standing ovation. I can't remember the last time I got a standing ovation.''

First off: He IS the President. To deny kids a chance to play for the President is petty.

Second: If I was in High School and had a chance to play for John Kerry, I'd still do it. It's still a once in a lifetime chance to do.

Stupid public school.

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Republican Panic

14465921.jpg Well across chat rooms and in back rooms many day to day Republicans are in a panic over the debate last night. They say that the slick talking and master debater, John Kerry, won the debate.

In many ways he won. Acccoring to style you learn in High School debate he won. He used conjecture and nitpicks to try to get the President off his game. This was especially true during the second half of the debate. If you would give a score, I'd say that Bush won the first half, Kerry won the second. Closing remarks go to Bush.

That is good because the over polite atmosphere was boring and only those die hards like me and Brit Hume over at Fox watched the whole thing. The average family undecided voter watched most likely watched about 60 minutes of it, and then got the kids ready for bed, and finished the stuff that regular American folks do.

The trouble with Kerry was he routinely failed to answer specific questions. Time and time again the moderator asked "for specifics", and kerry would change the subject into an attack on George Bush. That is a typical ploy for someone who is trying to play both sides of the fence.

Kerry's main trouble is that no matter what he says, he is going to anger half his base. So by avoiding questions, and by attacking Bush he solidifies his base, but he fails ultimately to win support of the undecided voter. In some ways actually, he may have turned some off.

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