Thursday, December 02, 2004

Just some thoughts

OK, here we go down the road of crap so that the (D)umbacrat can get in to the gov’s house. People are starting to get pissed, even some liberals! So lets see what has happened so far. Dino won the first count. Then Dino won the second count, even after the (D)umbacrats added in votes (“RE”-count?) and even got to “Interpret” votes for the voters that don’t know how to vote correctly. That almost got them there, just 42 votes away from winning. So now we need to do at least one more count. This time thought we need to change the way we count so that we can “find” the other 42-43 votes that she needs to win. Yep we are going to change to a less perfect method of counting. You see they will tell you that the machines make about 1-2% errors. Well that is just not true. Here are the facts. 1-2% of voters make mistakes when they vote. While the machines are certified to make only 1 mistake in every 1,000,000 ballets counted. So if a group of people count all the ballets by hand and make 2 mistakes for every 1 million they count they are twice as bad as the machine. The problem is that they do not intend to be fair. They are going to do more “interpreting” of votes. Finding votes and other crap to win. You see even thought the election has been certified they still don’t think they lost.

Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Washington Gov Predictions.

Well now that the recount is in. I will predict that the Dumbacrats will ask for a hand recount in King County (the one county that really did all it could to close the lead on Rosi). They will then continue what they have apparently been doing for the last week and fabricate at least 43 new votes to make sure that Gregoire wins. I was asked if I really thought that they would do that. Well I don’t think they will. I know they will. They are the real believers in winning at all costs. Anyone who things that this state election was on the up and up is just nuts. King county has stole the election. Notice I did not blame Gregoire, I don’t think she really had anything to do with it, But the people in King county? That’s a whole other story.

Friday, November 19, 2004

Courts make correct decision

I saw this on Alphecca

The Illinois Supreme Court threw out two lawsuits accusing gunmakers of knowingly letting weapons fall into the hands of gang members and other criminals, ruling Thursday that the manufacturers cannot legally be blamed for street violence.

I am stunned, amazed and thankful that they finally came to the only reasonable decision. What the gun grabbers were proposing was the same as suing Ford or GM for selling cars that drunk drivers drive and kill people with. No one in there right mind is going to by that crap, and fortunately the Supreme Court in Illinois didn’t ether. What is wrong here is that the case should have never had gotten this far to start with. The lower court should have dismissed the case with prejudice or just refused to hear it at all. It just seems that the judges we have now just don’t have the will power to tell someone that they are being silly and to go away. Gun manufactures do not sell guns to criminals, if they did they would be shutdown by the Federal Government, and rightfully so! No they sell their weapons to distributors and gun shops. These too are tightly regulated outlets. If they were to sell to criminals they would also be shutdown. What I also don’t get here is, the Court made the correct decision, shouldn’t that be national news? Oh yeah, it went against the Liberals never mind.

Governor’s race

The race to direct Washington in the future is very tight. Right now Dino Rossi is ahead by only 261 votes. Now by anyone’s standards this is extremely close. So its time for a recount. Now it is true that no election in Washington state has ever been turned over on a recount, but no election has ever been this close. Also with the recent history of Lawyers getting involved in politics, the outcome is anyone’s guess. Even if the race is over turned and we get another liberal lawyer in office, one thing is clear. The people of Washington are slowly waking up and they want change, something different. My advice to Dino, if you get in you better produce. If you don’t you are not just going to hurt you but the Republican Party in Washington.

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

More people that think we should care and they should matter

From the Seattle PI:

VANCOUVER, B.C. -- Jamal Saad is gay. And Middle Eastern. And disappointed in his U.S. neighbors.

"We hate Bush. We despise Bush," said the 17-year-old film student with hair bleached sunny yellow and thoughts of someday having a same-sex spouse. He hails from Lebanon and has roots in Russia. "People there hate Bush, too."

"Bush is still in the crazy foreign policy days of 'conquer the world,' " said Dave Trent, a 27-year-old software developer and glass importer whose business has been dinged by harsh U.S. tariffs.

Trent and friends concluded that the election, with its dated low-tech polling system, must be rigged. How else to explain the inexplicable?

"I've traveled extensively in Europe, and I haven't talked to one European who has a fond opinion of the man," Trent said.

I am amazed they are still running these stories. Listen all you bone heads in other countries. WE DON’T CARE WHAT YOU THINK. SO SHUT UP! Your opinion doesn’t matter one little bit. As a friend of mine said ‘you can measure how much I care in micro-give-a-s#@ts’. You don’t get to vote and your opinion does not count here. It is so F-ing arrogant to talk to us as if we really should value the opinion of a person that does not live here and does not have a real vested interested in the safety and future of this country. I can not remember when we collectively or even as a large group gave a crap who you elected, and in this persons opinion you have elected some real boneheads. If that’s what you want, great, hope you like your socialized everything, and once again, Kiss off.

Sunday, November 07, 2004

France takes unilateral action!

Washington Post:

France rolled out overwhelming military force Sunday to put down an explosion of anti-French violence in its former West African colony, deploying troops, armored vehicles, and helicopter gunships against machete-waving mobs that hunted house-to-house for foreigners.

The U.N. Security Council, in emergency session late Saturday, demanded an immediate halt to all military action in Ivory Coast, and France blamed Ivory Coast's leader directly.

Wow where do you start with this one? I did not think that France had the balls to actually do anything like this. Why is this not in the main stream media? It seems that they are allowed to fight to protect their own interests, but that we can not.

Saturday, November 06, 2004

Geraldine Ferraro joins the others

Geraldine Ferraro was on Hannity and Colmes last night. It was amazing. During the interview she said that if all the blue states got together and succeeded from the union, that there would be vuirtualy nothing left for the red states. No financial markets no nothing. The then went on to say that all the talent in this country is on both sides of the North East corridor. (blue states). This is almost a direct quote! This has been said in some way by quite a lot of liberals in the last 48 hours. So it seams that they have given up on us, and then figured out that they can not all move to Canada, so now they are floating this idea that we need to separate the union. Last time this happened there was a very bloody war. This difference this time? Well they wont really do this at all, they don’t have the guts to try. If they did, they would be in trouble. You see they don’t like guns and don’t believe that people should have guns. Us red state loving people do and have guns.

Friday, November 05, 2004

All Kinds of stuff to cover

There is so much that I can cover and I will have to find some place to start. Kerry is out. This county has been saved a great deal of trouble. As for the Europeans that think we are dumb? Well I question their intelligence if they think or thought that we cared.

Sorry I was gone.

I was just not able to write for a while there call it loss of my job, or the disperse that I was seeing during the campaign. Now I am going to try to make a comeback. So hang around and see if I can pull it together.

Friday, October 01, 2004

My Take on the Debate

Today I am finding my self in a interesting position. I disagree with DANEgerus. He things that Bush smacked Kerry around, but I disagree. Bush missed several opportunities and in at least a couple of points he seemed to let himself get flustered. Kerry on the other hand was on the attack. Bush was on message and did nail Kerry on several points I thought. Me I just wanted to see Bush nail Kerry every chance he could. Bush did point out several times Kerry’s stupidity by using his own words against him, but sometimes failed to follow up. For example when Bush brought up the 87 billion dollars, Kerry said he spoke badly, but Bush did not follow through at all. He should have said something like’ ok you misspoke, but you still voted to not fund the war, voted to not support the troops, you said that I sent them into battle with out proper equipment, after you voted down the money needed to get that equipment. He did not do that, he just let it go. There were many other missed opportunities, but on the whole I believe this is a draw. I just hope Bush does better next week.

Tuesday, September 28, 2004

Kerry got Color!

From Drudge:

Just days before Dem presidential hopeful John Kerry is set to take the stage in a debate opener projected to be seen by 70 million, photos show Kerry dramatically taking on color.

Is it the late September Wisconsin sun during debate prep that has turned Kerry's face to rich pumpkin-colored hues?

Or has the senator been campaigning in the rust-belt?

Kerry advisers defend the sudden deep tan transition, noting how it simply was from a game of flag football last Friday in Bedford, Mass.

But the College Democrats who met Kerry were surprised by his rich tan glow -- before the game even began, the HARVARD CRIMSON reports.

You got to go and see these pictures. Yes Photoshop might have been involved, but I don’t think Drudge would do that. I guess he got tired of the Lurch jokes? The pictures remind me of movies where the person stands to close to a sun light, or looks directly into a nuclear blast, something like that!

Monday, September 27, 2004

The Debates

With the debates coming all eyes are on the candidates again, and with good reason. Right now according to many different polls (none of which I believe) Bush is out in front by enough to win. Again I do not believe that, but what ya going to do. Anyway if Bush is going to keep the momentum up he has to clearly beat Kerry in the debates. Now I don’t mean stomp on him and make him cry for moma, but he has to win. The problem here is that Kerry is a great debater. Bush is not a great orator, but he talks like a real person, and talks to the people. Stay on message Mr. Bush we are listening.

My Wife

I have no idea how my wife puts up with me. Sense I lost my job I have been a mess. I can be fine one minute and the next nervous and upset to the point it almost makes me sick. I could never be a under cover agent my body would give me up in a second. My wife bless her has been comforting me the whole time. I know everything is going to be ok. I am looking for a job right now, and have been from the time I lost mine. Still sometimes I just cant seem to cope with it. I a so blessed she is with me.

Thursday, September 23, 2004

North Korea Missiles

From YahooNews:

The United States and Japan have detected signs that North Korea is preparing to launch a ballistic missile capable of reaching almost anywhere in Japan, Japanese government sources said Thursday.

The preparations were detected after the reclusive communist state refused to take part in a fourth round of six-party talks on ending its nuclear ambitions and said it would never give up its nuclear deterrent.

Tokyo and Washington had detected the signs after analyzing data from reconnaissance satellites and radio traffic, the Japanese government sources said.

North Korean military vehicles, soldiers and possibly missile engineers were converging on several Rodong missile bases in the northeastern part of the isolated communist state, they said.

The signs were first detected Tuesday, the sources said.

What I want to know is what would Kerry do, smarter, and wiser? Call France or the UN? We need to keep an eye on this problem..

Kerry needs to rethink his strategy

From FoxNews:

Former President Carter said Wednesday that the apparent open-ended presence of U.S. troops in Iraq has contributed to the wave of hostage-takings and other bloodshed.

"A lot of political analysts have said that one of the main reasons the Bush-Cheney administration went into Iraq was to establish a permanent military base there," Carter said in an interview with The Associated Press. "I think this arouses a great deal of unnecessary opposition."

Carter's remarks came as the family of fellow Georgian Jack Hensley learned that the contractor had been beheaded by his captors in Iraq. He was the second American hostage killed there by Islamic extremists in as many days.

"As much as any president in history, I was afflicted psychologically and politically by the holding of American hostages," Carter said. "So my heart goes out to all those who are involved in a similar crisis, particularly the Hensley family."

"The overwhelming issue in this country is the Iraqi war and the war against terrorism and who can address those problems more wisely and more honestly," Carter said. "I think that's the issue that Kerry has to pursue, because, in my opinion, President Bush has not been honest with the American people and has certainly failed in almost everything he professes to be doing in Iraq and in Afghanistan, unfortunately."

OK so Carter is supporting Kerry’s latest position on Iraq. This can not be good news for Kerry. Carter is the single biggest failure as President as can be thought of by most people. One thing is almost completely assured. If you want to do the right thing, do the opposite of what Carter is tell you. His foreign policy history is like looking at a nightmare. His answer has almost always been appeasement. Give them what ever it is they want, and don’t get in there way. Lead from behind. That is not the road we want to be on now, and Kerry agrees with this guy?

Soldier beaten at concert

From NBC 4I news:

Foster Barton, 19, of Grove City, received a Purple Heart for his military service in Iraq. He almost lost his leg last month after a Humvee he was riding in ran over a landmine.

Barton said he was injured again Friday night in a crowded parking lot as he was leaving the Toby Keith concert at Germain Amphitheatre. The solider was injured so badly that he can't go back to Iraq as scheduled.

"I don't remember getting hit at all, really," said Barton, a member of the 1st Calvary Division. "He hit me in the back of the head. I fell and hit the ground. I was knocked unconscious and he continued to punch and kick me on the ground."

Barton and his family said he was beat up because he was wearing an Iraqi freedom T-shirt.

"It's not our fault," Barton said. "I'm just doing a job."

According to a Columbus police report, six witnesses who didn't know Barton said the person who beat him up was screaming profanities and making crude remarks about U.S. soldiers, Burton reported. Barton's mother said she has a message for her son's alleged attacker, who police said ran into the crowd after the incident and was not arrested.

"He needs our prayers, just like the insurgents, because he's a coward," Cindy Barton said.

Well Kerry wanted Viet Nam. Looks like he is getting it. Is this how Kerry wants people to treat soldiers? This guy, this coward, that beats up on a single soldier, from behind. He is such a piece of crap. Hay come and find my fat old ass and try that crap on me. Or better yet go to your local army base and find a infantry man and punch him in the face. Yes you would have to face him and not sucker punch him, but you will defiantly find a different result to your actions. I hope find this piece of crap and through the book at him.

Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Washington State Solidly for Kerry!

From Fox News:

Washington state, once considered a fiercely competitive presidential battleground, is now firmly in Democrat John Kerry's column, according to a new poll commissioned by The Columbian newspaper of Vancouver, Wash.

Kerry beat President Bush 51 percent to 42 percent among Washington residents. Republicans haven't carried Washington since Ronald Reagan's re-election in 1984. The Bush-Cheney ticket lost the state by 5.6 percentage points in 2000.

"This is one of Kerry's better states in the country," and Washington no longer seems to be a battleground state, said pollster Thom Riehle, president of Ipsos-Public Affairs in Washington, D.C., which conducted the poll on behalf of The Columbian.

When I saw this I just had to laugh. I mean was there ever a doubt? This is the People Republic of Washington for goodness sake. I always wondered why President Bush would even spend any of his money here. This place was a lost cause from the word go for him. It would take a lot of really bad things happening to this state to change there mind. We have had at least one. Boeing Corp leaving Seattle, but I guess there will need to be more. That’s sad.

Jay Leno!

I love Jay, From Fox News:

"President Bush spoke to the United Nations. A little later John Kerry spoke at a live press conference that was seen around the world. And then Ralph Nader spoke to some people who were having lunch next to him at the International House of Pancakes."

"At his big press conference, John Kerry introduced his four-point plan for Iraq. That was one point for each of his positions."

"Bush and Kerry have agreed to three debates. The first debate will cover the 1960s, and the second debate the early '70s, and in the third debate, if there's time, some topical issues."

"Even though President Bush is leading in the polls, they say John Kerry's greatest strength is that, when he's under pressure, he can turn things around. No kidding. Sometimes he does it in the same sentence!"

"John Kerry is also going to appear on Dr. Phil's show this week, and, not to be outdone, John Edwards is taping an episode of 'Where Are They Now?'"

Tuesday, September 21, 2004


Sorry folks my head is just not into blogging right now. Yesterday I lost my job, so that kind of turned my world upside down. I will continue to write, just not today. So anyone looking for a network engineer? Or PC Technician?

Monday, September 20, 2004

Ex-Guradsman Contacted Kerry Campaign? NO!

From Fox News:

A retired Texas National Guard official mentioned as a possible source for disputed documents about President Bush's service in the Guard said he passed along information to a former senator working with John Kerry's campaign.

The retired Guard official, Bill Burkett, said in an Aug. 21 e-mail to a list of Texas Democrats that after getting through "seven layers of bureaucratic kids" in the Democrat's campaign, he talked with former Georgia Sen. Max Cleland about information that would counter criticism of Kerry's Vietnam War service. The Associated Press obtained a copy of the e-mail Saturday.

"I asked if they wanted to counterattack or ride this to ground and outlast it, not spending any money. (Cleland) said counterattack. So I gave them the information to do it with," Burkett wrote.

I know all of you out there just wont believe this, I mean Kerry would never use this kind of information. At least it explains how they had the commercial ‘fortunate son’ ready so quickly after C-BS ran with the forgeries. They had an inside track. Hell they might have even talked to Rather and helped persuade him to go for it. Now I am not sure, but I think this could have violated some kind of campaign law.. not that they care about that sort of thing to much.

Sunday, September 19, 2004

Louisiana Bans Gay Marriages, Civil Unions

From Fox News:

With 99 percent of precincts reporting, the amendment was winning approval with 78 percent of the vote, and support for it was evident statewide. Only in New Orleans, home to a politically strong gay community, was the race relatively close, and even there the amendment was winning passage. Turnout statewide appeared to be about 27 percent of Louisiana's 2.8 million voters, somewhat low for a state election.

Rawls said there were many possible grounds for challenging the results in state and federal court. One appeared Saturday, when voting machines were delivered late to some New Orleans precincts, keeping some from casting ballots for hours.

State director of elections Frances Sims said at least 59 precincts did not have voting machines when polls opened because officials with New Orleans' clerk of court's office failed to meet drivers who tried to deliver the machines earlier that morning. The problem was solved by midday.

If this is all they have to attach this in court than I think they are going to be sucking wind. I can just see it. 'Judge about 2 to 3 hundred people did not get to vote on this issue.' judge: 'you know your right. ok I will change the results based on 300 votes, so now it only passed by 77% fo the vote insted of 79%, ok all better. no GO AWAY'. Also notice they are going to make this a federal case. I hope the supreme court is ready to hear this one.

Friday, September 17, 2004

Slow Day

There was just not a lot that caught my eye in the news or my daily blogs today. Hay drop me come comments! Thanks for reading!

Polls are looking up

From USA Today

Among registered voters, Bush is ahead 52%-44%.

The boost Bush received from the Republican convention has increased rather than dissipated, reshaping a race that for months has been nearly tied. Kerry is facing warnings from Democrats that his campaign is seriously off-track.

Now I am sorry but I thought that Kerry has been off his tracks for quite some time. Really this has been in the news for quite some time, but because it is sticking around I am starting to believe it. I am starting to be more hopeful. I still don’t think Bush can win Washington, but I also hope that will not matter.

Dino Rossi is on the march!

From the Seattle PI

"Our own state government doesn't seem to care that jobs and employers are leaving the state," Rossi said at a news conference at Seattle University, his alma mater. He said he will focus on six areas in need of reform in state government and laid out what he called "concrete solutions," although some fell far short of concrete.

As he has done repeatedly, the former state senator from Sammamish made clear that his main campaign target is 20 years of Democratic governors -- and that state Attorney General Christine Gregoire would represent more of "the status quo in Olympia" if she is elected.

"She is the status quo in Olympia," he said of his opponent.

This article is not very nice to Rossi, but I would expect no less from the PI. Dino has some good ideas, a little vague on the details so far, but I hope that will come together soon. If nothing else he will bring a change to this state if he can get in office.

Thursday, September 16, 2004

No Draft with Kerry in Charge

From Fox News:

Vice presidential candidate John Edwards promised a West Virginia mother on Wednesday that if the Democratic ticket is elected in November the military draft would not be revived.

So what this means is that ether Kerry is going to reduce troops in Iraq, or be believes that we will need less troops. Why? Because I would put money on it now that if Kerry is the Pres that they will have a hard time keeping people in the military and recruiting people into the military, No one wants to serve a Pres that testified to congress that they are war criminals. I mean how as a soldier could you trust the man to take care of you?

Bush Talks Health Care

From Fox News:

"I don't think you can be pro-doctor, pro-patient, pro-hospital, and pro-trial lawyer at the same time. See, I think you have to choose," Bush said Tuesday in Greenwood Village, Colo. "My opponent made his choice. He put him on the ticket. I made my choice: I'm standing with the docs and patients. I am for medical liability reform now."

Bush's proposals to address the problem include letting small businesses pool resources to buy health insurance at the same discounts available to larger companies. He also favors expanding tax-free health saving accounts for individuals and plans to propose a tax credit to help poor families and individuals buy health coverage. Further, he wants to have health centers in the poorest communities to serve the underprivileged.

In addition, Bush has called for a medical liability overhaul to limit malpractice awards and thus, he argues, drive down rising health care costs.

Kerry wants to help more businesses offer health care by requiring the federal government to pick up 75 percent of catastrophic health care costs, a plan his campaign estimates will lower premiums by an average of 10 percent. The Massachusetts senator also would give small businesses a tax credit to help them bear the cost of health insurance and wants to allow people to buy cheaper-priced drugs from Canada.

I am sorry, but I like it when Bush comes out swinging. It just sounds so…. Like me. My only problem with his plan is the health centers. We are going to have to pay for them. If there was some way that if people went there and had to pay at least something in proportion to what they can afford it would be better.

I am really not sure if limiting the malpractice awards is going to help that much, because what we really need is judges that can be judges. They need common sense. If a doctor, which is human, makes a simple mistake like missing a diagnosis that is not malpractice that is a mistake. On the other hand if the doctor or hospital amputates the wrong foot (yep it happened) then the gloves come off and the skies the limit baby. But we need judges that can look at a case and then have the intestinal fortitude to say sorry but your clam is crap and will not be heard in this court.

Kerry’s plan on the other hand is a step towards socialized medicine. Go ahead and ask Canada how that’s working out for them……..

Rather out of touch with self


CBS News anchor Dan Rather on Wednesday strongly defended his 60 Minutes story critical of President Bush's military service, saying that his report is true but that legitimate questions have been raised about the authenticity of documents he used to support it.

No one, Rather said repeatedly in an interview, has yet disputed "the heart" of his report. But, he said, a "thick partisan fogging machine seeks to cloud the core truth of our story by raising questions about the messenger, methods and techniques."

Actually we have been disputing the heart of the report. The documents, because with out those fake documents there is no story. This is just another case of the (D)umbacrats taking, or making an allegation be a true of false, false in this case, and then saying ‘its not if the allegation or how we came to the allegation that matters, but it is the seriousness of the allegation that matters’. Sorry NO it is important how you get from point A to point B, because if the way you got there was through false crap then no one should care about B. Is that clear? Most likely not……

And the thing that Rather wants disputed. Fine. The information in those Fake Documents is false and events did not happen that way. Feel better Dan?

Cops hide under there beds after lifting of gun ban

From Alphecca :

Tonight, the Big Story was that since the sunset of the AWB, Philadelphia cops think they are suddenly out-gunned. And NBC reports the story of a cop rushing to the scene of an abandoned AK-47 in some ally somewhere.

Then, they have some low-level officer saying that he feels like the criminals (since the end of the ban -- that would be yesterday) out-power him.

OK Cops are NOT hiding under there beds, but it seems that NBC would like you to believe that it may happen. Alphecca is great for these stories!

Wednesday, September 15, 2004

Puyallup City Council does not like fun


Puyallup city leaders say they want to ban motor scooters, a step that apparently would make it the first Washington city to prohibit the vehicles popular among school-age kids.

Until this week, Pierce County's third-largest city had been moving to do what other local governments have done or talked about doing: establish a minimum age, operating hours and other restrictions to rein in the noisy and sometimes-dangerous scooters.

Instead, the Puyallup City Council voted 6-1 Monday night to have its staff draft an ordinance that would force motorized foot scooters into the garage.

"I guess we are ready to take the heat for a total ban," said Councilman Ken Martin.

The decision could trigger a communitywide debate.

Earlier this year, the city posted a draft ordinance on its Web site that mirrored other cities' regulations. Dozens of residents responded online.

"We've got enough government in our lives - just leave us alone, Dave Nichols, one of the online respondents, said in an interview Tuesday. "Parents need to take control, not the city."

But an overwhelming majority of the more than 100 respondents favored regulating motor scooters. Dave Morgan was one of them, though he noted how Puyallup's original plan was flawed because it merely detoured scooters to slow-traffic streets.

"All it does is push them into residential areas," he said Tuesday.

A ban, however, "is common sense working at its best," Morgan said.

The Puyallup council had been poised to vote Monday on an ordinance that would have set the minimum age to operate the scooters at 14, required helmets on operators and prohibited them on "parks, sidewalks, trails, and streets with a maximum speed limit above 25 miles per hour."

This is just so dam silly. Just regulate it dam. Teach the kids to stay off the sidewalks, how to ride with traffic like a bike. Let the parents do what they are suppose to be doing! Then we have this bonehead that says it is common sense? Well if we go down that line of thought, we need to ban bikes, skateboard (I think they might have already done that), roller skates and roller blades. Of if you get silly you can even start banning motorcycles in city limits. I mean just because some people think it is dangerous does that mean that you have to ban it? I think that a lot of people are making Cars dangerous, does that mean that we need to ban cars? NO, what it means is that people need to be taught how to drive, and if they cant do it right they need to be punished (ticketed). Puyallup has had this attitude for the last several years I believe. If they don’t like something they just ban it. Hay I know that (D)umbacrats don’t like businesses and the jobs they provide maybe Puyallup city council should just…………..

Peoples Republic of Washington Election Results

From local news papers

Seems that Washington (D)umbacrats really love a money taker. Christine Gregoire, the lawyer that brought you the massive tobacco settlement, which is just a indirect tax on the people that smoke. Which according to the studies, is mostly the poor in this country. But that apparently doesn’t matter! And yes it is a tax, What you think that the tobacco companies are going to lose a court case like that and pay for it out of there pocket? No way, they just upped the prices of there products! Anyway she is still better than the (D)umbacrat alternative Ron (Tax to the Max) Sims, he very possibly could have turned Washington into a barren waste land of jobless people on unemployment and welfare. I just hope the Republican Dino Rossi and pull off the impossible and win in November. I like him and his message, but this is the peoples republic of Washington……

Early returns showed about 11 percent of tallied voters had either chosen more than one party or none at all, most of them choosing the latter. It's uncertain how many people chose to vote in only nonpartisan races

I found this quote from funny. So there are some less than 11 percent of the people that just can’t read a ballot and still vote? You can not pick more than one party this year in the primary boneheads!

It looks like in the 8th district (mine) that we have a choice between a real COP and a talk show host. Sheriff Dave Richert is the COP and a republican. While he was not my first choice, he was a very close second, and I fully intend to support him in November. The talk show host is Dave Ross. I have never even heard of him and I don’t even know what radio station he is on. I just don’t listen to crap like Air America.

Tuesday, September 14, 2004

Doctors must pay for Translators?

From Fox News:

The Bush administration is threatening to yank federal money from physicians, hospitals and clinics that don't comply with a policy put in place in the prior administration that aims to help immigrants gain access to medical care.

Four years ago, President Clinton signed the executive order requiring doctors who treat Medicare and Medicaid patients to hire translators for those who don't speak English.

"The problem here is that we're required by a presidential order, without funding, to have translation in every single language requested by the patient. So this could be up to 500 languages," said Dr. Clifford Colwell, who is fighting back with thousands of other doctors who are suing the federal government, claiming the rule is unconstitutional.

Ok this is just stupid! One the administration should not just pull the funding unless they are going to also remove the rule requiring the translators. Two the rule should not exist. If you need a translator than you should have to pay for that, not the doctor, unless the doctor can not speak English… I understand that everyone should have access to health care, but that does not mean it should be free, or that I (we) should be paying for it, much less than paying for a translator!

Letter from Australia

A friend of mine emailed me a letter that was written by an Australian. In this letter they clamed that because we, the US, are the sole remaining super power, that we should allow them to vote in our elections, because what we do affects them. Well that might be true enough, but there is at least 2 ways that I can think of for them to vote in our elections. One move here and become a citizen, and two apply for statehood! It could be done I think. Other than that Kiss Off!

Now I like the Australians, despite what Kerry thinks they are GREAT allies. They are with us in Iraq and have always stood by our side, but they have no say in what we do here or how we run our country. If they want a say then they need to take one of the steps above. Then I will welcome them to the party!

Monday, September 13, 2004

Gun Ban Dies, and Kerry still stupid!

From two stories at Fox News

Kerry slams bush over assault weapons ban

Assault-Weapons Ban set to expire

"Let me be very clear. I support the Second Amendment. I've been a hunter all my life," Kerry said. "But I don't think we need to make the job of terrorists any easier."

U.S. Rep. Butch Otter, R-Idaho, trumpeted the end of the federal law.

"President Clinton's so-called 'assault weapons' ban was nothing more than a sop to antigun liberals," Otter said Friday in a written statement. "It provided only the illusion of reducing gun violence, but it did real damage to our liberties."

Idaho State Police spokesman Rick Ohnsman said troopers have had no significant problems with assault-style weapons and his agency has not taken a position for or against the federal legislation.

"Of course, the legitimate owners of guns register them. Unfortunately, whether there is a ban or not, some individuals will find ways to get weapons that are illegal."

WOW. The day if finally here. Its been a long time coming. It seems strange that here in America that we were not able to buy simple things like magazines that carried more than 10 rounds. America has always been looked at by the rest of the world as the gun toting wild west, talked about like we ALL carried guns on our hips. It seems strange when you look back and see that someone said ‘well that gun has a folding stock so it WAY more dangerous, you cant have one.’ That just sounds un-American. Well at least for now those days are over, but we need to be vigilant to prevent it from happening again.

Kerry’s quote really does show how stupid he is. He says he has been a hunter all his life. Eluding to his belief (as well as many other stupid people) that the second amendment was only to allow people to hunt for food with weapons. Anyone that looks into history just a little knows that is not what was intended. The second comment there really shows his IQ. He apparently believes that the terrorists are going to go to the local gun shop and buy these ‘assault weapons’? And that they could not get them before? There is just so much wrong with this statement that I could write pages and pages on it. Well maybe not that much but you get the point.

Damming Documents

From NewsMax

Rather's lone expert, Marcel Matley, "is primarily a handwriting expert whose expertise in document evaluation has been challenged by the head of the American Board of Forensic Document Examiners," reported the New York Post.

What's more, the document in question was a photocopy, not an original, something Matley himself once said precluded any conclusive authentication.

In fact, by the time of Rather's Friday broadcast, an array of document experts had spoken out on his earlier report. So, why didn't the CBS News star cite any of their analysis?

Because almost none of it backed his reporting.

Sandra Ramsey Lines, for instance - a forensic document expert who edits the Journal of the American Society of Questioned Document Examiners - told the Associated Press that she "could testify in court that, beyond a reasonable doubt, her opinion was that the memos were written on a computer."

In a development that could have devastating implications for John Kerry's presidential campaign, CBS News is refusing to say whether the top Democrat, his campaign aides or any other prominent party officials had anything to do with supplying "60 Minutes" with a National Guard memo about President Bush that experts say was forged.

Asked about a Kerry connection to the forged memo, a senior CBS official told the New York Post, "I can't answer that question."

The unnamed CBS executive then promptly hung up.

I know this one must have been bloged to death, but. Does Dan have any more credibility to burn? Did anyone really doubt that Kerry’s people were behind this? You mean in the last four years of hate that they could not find this and bring it to the surface? Sorry I am just not going to swallow that kool-aid.

Friday, September 03, 2004

Gone again

I will be gone again for all of next week. If I find some internet access I will try to post a little bit. Thanks for reading!

Bush Speech

You can find the text. There are just to many good lines to try to include them all here.

I believe that Bush put on one of his best performances. He covered all the issues that were needed to be covered. I wish he would have stayed on domestic issues more, and I don’t like growing the government, but at least he has a real plan and a direction. Kerry seems like a box of Chocolates you never know what your going to get. I am sure Kerry is upset about the speech, but I am not sure what he is going to do about it except whine and lie. I am waiting for a bounce I can only hope happens. Did Bush blow me away? No. Did I hear what I expected to here? Yes. Am I disappointed? Maybe just a little. I was hoping for more energy, a even more upbeat delivery, a speech that made me want to clap and get out of my seat. It was not a bad speech by any means, I just wanted more.

Thursday, September 02, 2004

Want a Night! WOW!

Quotes of Zell Miller from Yahoo!

Quotes of Dick Cheney from All American Patriots:

The clear answer to that question has placed me in this hall with you tonight. For my family is more important than my party. There is but one man to whom I am willing to entrust their future and that man's name is George Bush

What has happened to the party I've spent my life working in?

I can remember when Democrats believed that it was the duty of America to fight for freedom over tyranny. It was Democratic President Harry Truman who pushed the Red Army out of Iran, who came to the aid of Greece when Communists threatened to overthrow it, who stared down the Soviet blockade of West Berlin by flying in supplies and saving the city. Time after time in our history, in the face of great danger, Democrats and Republicans worked together to ensure that freedom would not falter. But not today. Motivated more by partisan politics than by national security, today's Democratic leaders see America as an occupier, not a liberator. And nothing makes this Marine madder than someone calling American troops occupiers rather than liberators.

It is not their patriotism — it is their judgment that has been so sorely lacking. They claimed Carter's pacifism would lead to peace.

They were wrong.

They claimed Reagan's defense buildup would lead to war.

They were wrong.

And, no pair has been more wrong, more loudly, more often than the two Senators from Massachusetts, Ted Kennedy and John Kerry. Together, Kennedy/Kerry have opposed the very weapons system that won the Cold War and that is now winning the War on Terror.

This is the man who wants to be the Commander in Chief of our U.S. Armed Forces? U.S. forces armed with what? Spitballs?

If you were in the room with me last night mostly what you would have heard was: wow….Wow….WOW…dam…WOW! …DAM!!

He totally blew me away. This man was genuinely angry with Kerry and his party. You could see it in his face, and his delivery. Please go and find a video of the speech if you did not see it last night. I think it was all he could do not to start cussing out Kerry. I just wish he would move here so we could ask him to run for an office. I’d vote for him! They are calling him mean, he was not mean he was Pissed off, and using clear examples of why. Examples that they are going to have a hard time defending. Love this guy! Again GO TEAM!

President Bush does not deal in empty threats and half measures, and his determination has sent a clear message. Just five days after Saddam was captured, the government of Libya agreed to abandon its nuclear weapons program and turn the materials over to the United States. Tonight, uranium, centrifuges, and plans for nuclear weapons that were once hidden in Libya are locked up and stored away in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, never again to be a danger to Americans.

Senator Kerry began his political career by saying he would like to see our troops deployed "only at the directive of the United Nations." During the 1980s, Senator Kerry opposed Ronald Reagan's major defense initiatives that brought victory in the Cold War. In 1991, when Saddam Hussein occupied Kuwait and stood poised to dominate the Persian Gulf, Senator Kerry voted against Operation Desert Storm.

Senator Kerry denounces American action when other countries don't approve as if the whole object of our foreign policy were to please a few persistent critics. In fact, in the global war on terror, as in Afghanistan and Iraq, President Bush has brought many allies to our side. But as the President has made very clear, there is a difference between leading a coalition of many, and submitting to the objections of a few. George W. Bush will never seek a permission slip to defend the American people.

Senator Kerry also takes a different view when it comes to supporting our military. Although he voted to authorize force against Saddam Hussein, he then decided he was opposed to the war, and voted against funding for our men and women in the field. He voted against body armor, ammunition, fuel, spare parts, armored vehicles, extra pay for hardship duty, and support for military families. Senator Kerry is campaigning for the position of commander in chief. Yet he does not seem to understand the first obligation of a commander in chief and that is to support American troops in combat.

In his years in Washington, John Kerry has been one of a hundred votes in the United States Senate and very fortunately on matters of national security, his views rarely prevailed. But the presidency is an entirely different proposition. A senator can be wrong for 20 years, without consequence to the nation. But a president a president always casts the deciding vote. And in this time of challenge, America needs and America has a president we can count on to get it right.

On Iraq, Senator Kerry has disagreed with many of his fellow Democrats. But Senator Kerry's liveliest disagreement is with himself. His back-and-forth reflects a habit of indecision, and sends a message of confusion. And it is all part of a pattern. He has, in the last several years, been for the No Child Left Behind Act and against it. He has spoken in favor of the North American Free Trade Agreement and against it. He is for the Patriot Act and against it. Senator Kerry says he sees two Americas. It makes the whole thing mutual America sees two John Kerrys.

Cheney gave a great speech! To be honest I thought it would be boring, it wasn’t. Yes he started out slow in a style that I expected from him, but he picked up, his humor showed through big as day! What a great guy. A real leader! He hit all the key points about the President, why you should vote for him. He then drew sharp contrasts between him and Kerry. Very sharp. No attacks on his war record. He attacked Kerry on his voting record. Something that Kerry does not want to talk about ever. He also talked about Bush’s record in office, something that no one did at the D’s convention. I wonder why? He is Someone that I would love to talk to for hours on end! GREAT JOB! GO TEAM!!!

Wednesday, September 01, 2004

Republicans have a real problem

Quotes taken from News Max:

President Bush apparently tells Karl Rove on a daily basis that he is terribly worried about ‘turnout’ and ‘getting out the vote.’ He knows that no such problem exists on the Left: the anti-Bush crowd just can’t wait to vote in November.

Now the real problem is apparently over confidence. What got me on this subject? Well I got the chance to listen to Rush yesterday, most of the time I am at work so I can’t. I also listen to lots of other talk radio when I am on my way to or from work. They are all saying the same things for the last 3-4 days it seems. Kerry is imploding. He is falling apart. Bush will have an easy win. Sorry it does sound good, but I just don’t buy it. They keep talking about the polls in a lot of places giving the President between a 2-4 point lead. They call that a big lead? B.S. call me when its 7-10 points. 2-4 is crap. Where are there heads? Have they not been paying attention?

Here are the facts as I see them. The (D)umbacrats could run Bozo the clown (sorry Bozo) against the President and get at least %47 of the vote with out even running an add. Ok its not quite that bad, but it is really close. Most of the people that are going to vote for Kerry don’t know him, don’t care to know him, and just plane hate Bush. That’s all and that’s it. I am very worried that they are going to win. I agree with the President, I don’t here the excitement from friends of mine that are republican. They are going to vote for the man sure, but there is no energy on our side. The Kerry people have energy, the energy of hate, but at least that is something. I hope we can change some minds in the next 60 days.

Arnold Hits a Homerun!

Speech Quotes from Yahoo!

I finally arrived here in 1968. I had empty pockets, but I was full of dreams. The presidential campaign was in full swing. I remember watching the Nixon and Humphrey presidential race on TV. A friend who spoke German and English, translated for me. I heard Humphrey saying things that sounded like socialism, which is what I had just left. But then I heard Nixon speak. He was talking about free enterprise, getting government off your back, lowering taxes and strengthening the military. Listening to Nixon speak sounded more like a breath of fresh air.

I said to my friend, "What party is he?" My friend said, "He's a Republican." I said, "Then I am a Republican!"

If you believe your family knows how to spend your money better than the government does... then you are a Republican!

If you believe this country, not the United Nations, is the best hope of democracy in the world ... then you are a Republican! And, ladies and gentlemen ...if you believe we must be fierce and relentless and terminate terrorism ... then you are a Republican!

To those critics who are so pessimistic about our economy, I say: "Don't be economic girlie men!"

These are my favorite quotes from his speech. What a great job. I was expecting much less than this from him. Boy am I glad I was wrong! There was even talk that we was asked to not use the girlie men comment. Well I am glad he did! Everyone expected it and wanted to here him say it. If the other side gets mad, what are they going to do through a temper tantrum like girlie men? He really did an excellent job and I am sure glad he was there to speak! I know that he does not agree with all of the platform, and him and I would not agree on a lot of things, but the point is that we all have a core and that keeps us together and we really are inclusive and unlike the (D)umbacrats we are tolerant of other opinions. It’s the core that’s important, and we all share that core. Lets go TEAM!!!

Dave Reichert walks out on a debate?

From the Seattlepi

King County Sheriff Dave Reichert is sick and tired of "dirty politics," and he's not going to take it anymore.

Reichert was irked by recent direct mailings from Tebelius and Esser questioning his loyalty to the Republican Party and blaming him for a $7 million settlement paid out because of a lawsuit involving late overtime payments to sheriff's office employees, according to Bruce Boram, his campaign manager.

"Diane and Luke know better than that, and they should be ashamed," Reichert said in an interview after the forum. "If you are going to attack me, attack me with facts -- not misleading information or things taken out of context."

"Everyone tells him, 'This is how politics is played,' " Boram said. "His response is, 'It shouldn't be like this.' "

I have to agree with both sides on this one. Right now I am going to vote for Reichert, because he is not a politician. That is a big plus for me. I want to ask these other two: what happened to the eleventh commandment? Republicans should not be playing dirty with each other. Its never good to walk out on a debate but I understand why he did. It got attention, that’s what he wanted.

Tuesday, August 31, 2004

DANEgerus pictures

You might want to check out some of the pictures that DANEgerus has up of the protesters! It’s a real hoot. I wish we could face off with the main stream Left in a battle of wits and intelligence. But I think they may be unarmed, and that would not be fair.

Rudy! Rudy! Rudy!

BitsBlog has a link to Mr. Guliani’s Speech last night

I remember President Bush coming here on September 14, 2001 and lifting the morale of our rescue workers by talking with them and embracing them and staying with them much longer than originally planned.

In fact, if you promise to keep it just between us so I don't get in trouble it was my opinion that the Secret Service was concerned about the president remaining so long in that area.

With buildings still unstable, with fires raging below ground of 2000 degrees or more, there was good reason for concern.

Well the president remained there and talked to everyone, the firefighters, the police officers, the healthcare workers, the clergy, but the people who spent the most time with him were our construction workers.

Now New York construction workers are very special people. I'm sure this is true all over but I know the ones here the best. They were real heroes along with many others that day, volunteering immediately. And they're big, real big. Their arms are bigger than my legs and their opinions are even bigger than their arms. Now each one of them would engage the president and I imagine like his cabinet give him advice. They were advising him in their own words on exactly what he should do with the terrorists. Of course I can't repeat their exact language.

But one of them really went into great detail and upon conclusion of his remarks President Bush said in a rather loud voice, "I agree."

At this point the guy just beamed and all his buddies turned toward him in amazement.

The guy just lost it.

So he reached over, embraced the president and began hugging him enthusiastically.

A Secret Service agent standing next to me looked at the president and the guy and instead of extracting the president from this bear hug, he turned toward me and put his finger in my face and said, "If this guy hurts the president, Giuliani you're finished."

It stories like that, that only Rudy can tell, that remind us why we must support our president. No he is not perfect, no one is, but when it counts here is there, and he leads! Rudy did a fantastic speech. He reminded us what its all about. Explained to everyone, that was listening that we need a leader that will stick with a decision. Sure he took some shots at Kerry, He made them in a joking manner, but they were shots none the less, and I am sure that the main stream media will be all over them. But the great things about these shots were the fact that they were all on Kerry’s record, which as I have been saying, is exactly where we need to be aiming. It will be very hard, if not impossible, for Kerry to effectively defend himself from these facts. I also liked John McCain’s speech also. He was a little stiff and did not have as much energy, but the message was there. I just wonder if could get Rudy to speak again before Thursday?

Monday, August 30, 2004

Convention Protests Start Today!

Oh yeah and the RNC is there, and might say something important, maybe.

Flanked by police in riot gear, the protesters moved through the fortified city, loudly and exuberantly chanting slogans such as "No more years." They accused the White House of waging an unjust war in Iraq, making the country poorer and undermining abortion rights.

At least that’s what it feels like. Sure they have a right to protest, but you think that the real story would be the opposite. I think the coverage of the protesters are good in some ways, depending on how they are shown and interviewed. Sean Hannity did his Man on the Street segment and talked to several of the young protesters there. Several of them Sean convinced (by giving them the wrong name) that Kerry’s running mate was a MR. Stu Ped. Most all of them bought it. Even the ones that knew who the players were failed when asked one important question; What in the his last 19 years of the Senate has Kerry done that makes you want to vote for him. All most all tried to go into the he’s not Bush. Sean didn’t let them do that. None of them had a answer. Not one, and he interviewed 5-6 of them. If more people or media people would just ask that question when they talk to protesters and also not let them get into the “he’s not bush” or let them answer that way, it would really help us out. I really do think that almost everyone that is going to vote Kerry is using that reason to vote that way, and have no other reason. Smart people when confronted with that will take pause and think and search for a reason.

Thursday, August 26, 2004

International Observers?

From FoxNews:

Responding to a request from 13 Democratic congressmen and the State Department, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe will be sending a group to make sure the United States holds a fair election in November.

Lawmakers who requested the OSCE presence said problems in the 2000 election spurred them to ask the international organization to participate. They say that the monitors will help ensure that the United States should have nothing to hide, but the observers will be there to make sure the election does not suffer any civil rights violations or other irregularities.

Rep. Barbara Lee "felt that given the sort of problems that occurred in the 2000 election that it would be important that there be election monitors on hand for this election," said Stuart Chapman, a spokesman for the California Democrat.

But critics say that inviting an international organization is not only insulting to the world's strongest democracy, but it also puts U.S. sovereignty at risk.

"A lot of Americans are naturally going to be insulted by the idea that there is something wrong with our democratic process and that we need these bureaucrats from abroad," said Jeff Deist, spokesman for Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas.

I am not only insulted, but I am pissed off about this. Where in the hell were the Republicans on this? Why did they not try to block this? Were they sleeping? Oh and what authority do these observers have anyway? Do they get go look for the hanging chads? I would bet they were hand picked by the crats just in case they need to use them to get some credibility and fight the election outcome. This is just reduculous and should not be tolerated in the slightest. I don’t know who these (D)umbacrats are but if they work for you, you should let them know who wrong this is!

See you Monday

I have a trip to go on. See you Monday!

Voters angry, so what

From the Seattle PI:

"You have lost my primary vote," declared another voter, reacting, like the first, to Washington's new primary election system.

"I have never voted party line, and I'll not be strong-armed into party line now!" another wrote.

"We will NEVER vote again," vowed another.

Those were some of the nicer e-mails -- the milder-mannered and non-profane ones -- that poured into the office of Secretary of State Sam Reed in the past week. And that was before voters had even seen the unfamiliar new ballots, meaning that the anger might intensify when they receive absentee ballots that went into the mail starting yesterday.

No longer will voters be able to skip back and forth across the primary ballot, voting for a Democrat for one office, a Republican for another and a Libertarian for still another.

Boy I hope they never vote again. That might even help Seattle and Washington state! So here are the facts. The primary is for the parties to choose who gets to run in THE election. It is not THE election. If you are not a member of the party why do you think that you should choose who will represent them? I am sorry this bothers you so much, ok so I’m not, but get a life people. Yep it’s a new system, but in the defense of the politicians that picked this new system, they did not want to change the system. Some Judge decided that somewhere in the constitution it says that it can not be a open primary. I say constitution because he is suppose to read the current law and determine if it is constitutional. So they came up with two systems. One was like the open primary that we had before, but the two top vote getters go on to the main event. The problem with this is that, in this state, you would have a choice between (D)umbacrat 1 and (D)umbacrate 2 that is just not a system that I would like as I would have no one that I would want to vote for. The other system is a closed primary where the party picks its man to run. Gary Locke did something right when he chose this system. So if you don’t like it. Fine then don’t vote!

Wednesday, August 25, 2004

John Kerry Lying again? NO can’t be!

From The Washington Times:

John Kerry's own wartime journal is raising questions about whether he deserved the first of three Purple Hearts, which permitted him to go home after 4½ months of combat.

A primary claim against Mr. Kerry by the Swift Boat Veterans is that Mr. Kerry's first Purple Heart — awarded for action on Dec. 2, 1968 — did not involve the enemy and that Mr. Kerry's wounds that day were unintentionally self-inflicted.

Mr. Kerry has claimed that he faced his "first intense combat" that day, returned fire, and received his "first combat related injury."
A journal entry Mr. Kerry wrote Dec. 11, however, raises questions about what really happened nine days earlier.
"A cocky feeling of invincibility accompanied us up the Long Tau shipping channel because we hadn't been shot at yet, and Americans at war who haven't been shot at are allowed to be cocky," wrote Mr. Kerry, according the book "Tour of Duty" by friendly biographer Douglas Brinkley.
If enemy fire was not involved in that or any other incident, according to the Military Order of the Purple Heart, no medal should be awarded.

Well I can no longer say that I am not sure. Yep he is lying and has been apparently. At least about this and Christmas. This is exactly why he does not want to, and will not release his actual military records. Crud, we are getting the facts straight even with out them, it just takes longer this way. But that’s ok, because in the end it makes him look even worse. Just thinking about putting in a purple hart for an accidental self inflicted wound is unthinkable to me, then on top of that by all accounts that I have heard it was VERY minor.

Kerry has no one to blame here except himself. He said bring it on, well they are. Even if this Jerk get elected, I don’t think this is going to go away for him. It least one good thing for him that his supporters don’t give a crap about the truth or character, or morals, or positive leadership. Yep that’s a good thing for him, bad for ALL of us though.

Put them on a long flight!

From Fox News:

But by returning illegal immigrants deep into the heart of Mexico rather than dropping them off just south of the border, officials hope the immigrants might not be as eager to try and cross the border again.

"The goal is to discourage illegal entry into the United States and also to save lives," said Homeland Security Under Secretary Asa Hutchinson.

I really hope this works. I am so sick of these people breaking the law to get here. Its not like there is no way for them to get in legally, it can be done. It just takes time and effort, two things they do not want to use. I wish we could do more to stop them, maybe one day we will.

Tuesday, August 24, 2004

Its Election Stealing Time!!!

I found this on Right Thinking from the Left Coast :

Quotes from Reuters :

About 46,000 people are registered to vote in two states, New York and Florida, a violation of both states' laws that could affect the outcome of the November presidential election, according to an investigation by the Daily News.

The Daily News said it could not provide an exact count of how many people vote in both places, because millions of names are purged between elections. But the newspaper found that between 400 and 1,000 registered voters voted twice in at least one election, a federal offense punishable by up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

Of the 46,000 registered in both states, 68 percent are Democrats, 12 percent are Republicans and 16 percent didn't align themselves with a party, the newspaper reported on Sunday.

The duel registrations have gone undetected because election officials do not check voter rolls across state lines, the newspaper said.

"There's no extensive investigation normally on a voter registration form," Steven Richman, general counsel for the city Board of Elections, told the paper. "We accept it at its face value."

Who would have thought! Naa Never. Nope cant be! All these people that are cross registered need to be contacted and removed from one of the rolls. You would think that would make sense right? Don’t bet on it is what I say. Now for the people that did vote twice.. Why is no one going after them? Fine them and put them in jail! The last quote that they just accept it at its face value, this is what is really wrong with the system. Geezz in this age its not hard to do this stuff quickly and efficiently. Why cant they get with the program? Oh right 68% are on there side?

Kids no longer see Red

I got this from Right Wing News:

Quotes from

"If you see a whole paper of red, it looks pretty frightening," said Sharon Carlson, a health and physical education teacher at John F. Kennedy Middle School in Northampton. "Purple stands out, but it doesn't look as scary as red."

Yeah I know when I got my papers back and I saw Red (Lots of RED) I almost always started peeing my pants and looking for an exit to escape from! Also when I finally did graduate the stock price of the Red Ink manufactures dropped over 30% that day alone. These people have lost it completely! I guess my question is what’s next? Just taking the papers and destroying them, and never grading them just to protect there little feelings?

I like Alice Cooper Again!

BitsBlog is on it again!

"To me, that's treason. I call it treason against rock 'n' roll because rock is the antithesis of politics. Rock should never be in bed with politics," says the 56-year-old Cooper

"If you're listening to a rock star in order to get your information on who to vote for, you're a bigger moron than they are. Why are we rock stars? Because we're morons. We sleep all day, we play music at night and very rarely do we sit around reading the Washington Journal."

Despite his strong insistence that rock has no place in politics, Cooper is one of just a handful of high-profile musicians who've proclaimed support for Bush.

This is finally one star that gets it! He might have proclaimed his support for Bush, but he also says the truth in that his opinion should not influence anyone! Dam I might have to go and buy one of his records now.

Monday, August 23, 2004

Dole Finally Interesting

All over, but quotes from BitsBlog:

"One day he's saying that we were shooting civilians, cutting off their ears, cutting off their heads, throwing away his medals or his ribbons," Dole said. "The next day he's standing there, `I want to be president because I'm a Vietnam veteran.' Maybe he should apologize to all the other 2.5 million veterans who served. He wasn't the only one in Vietnam."

Dole added: "And here's, you know, a good guy, a good friend. I respect his record. But three Purple Hearts and never bled that I know of. I mean, they're all superficial wounds. Three Purple Hearts and you're out."

Kerry spokesman Chad Clanton replied: "It's unfortunate that Senator Dole is making statements that official U.S. Navy records prove false. This is partisan politics, not the truth."

This is the most interesting thing that Dole has said since the charisma meter imploded during his run at the big office! Now if Dole believes what is in this book, and it seems he does, it can not be good news for the Johns. I mean that a lot of things have been said about Dole (like he is very boring), but I don’t think I have ever heard anyone question his honesty or integrity? Not that I can remember at least.

I also have to agree with Bit here. It is very interesting that at one time Kerry called the military and its records liars, but now they are the golden unquestionable truth? Well I might even agree with that a little if it were not for 200+ people that were there and witnessed events live and in living color (apparently they did not need to make movies for there memory to work also). If it were one or two other vets you could dismiss it but 200+? Now if your are that major media I wonder what the threshold is before you start covering a story? 10,000 1,000,000? Who knows, most likely they just don’t care, they don’t want to care, they want there Kerry no matter what the truth is!

Friday, August 20, 2004

Kerry calls all of them Liars

From all over but quotes from FOX:

"But here's what you really need to know about them. They're funded by hundreds of thousands of dollars from a Republican contributor out of Texas. They're a front for the Bush campaign. And the fact that the President won't denounce what they're up to tells you everything you need to know. He wants them to do his dirty work."

All Kerry did at this speech is attack the messenger, over 200 of them, and they are ALL liars?. He has not defended himself from the message itself. Now the media supports him on this point because when they talk about this speech they frame it as he is defending himself from the message these vets are trying to get out, but that’s just not true. Kerry is telling you all you need to know is that they are Republicans and that is supposed to make there message invalid. Again I don’t know if the message is correct, but if he is not refuting the message then I think there may be some truth in the message itself.

Over the last few days I have been in a funk about all this really. The people that don’t want Kerry in the oval office are messing up big time, and I fear it will allow Kerry to be President. They should not be attacking, bringing up, or even mentioning any thing to do with his service in Viet Nam (You did know Kerry was in Viet Nam right?). What they need to be doing is attacking and exposing what he did after he got back home. No I am not talking about his Lying to congress ether. Both of those things are over 25 years old, so let it die. What they need to be attacking him on is his record in the senate. It is easy, its documented, and he can not run from it. I would even put money on it that many in the Kerry camp are happy that we seem to preoccupied with this dam war stuff, because they know that he is most vulnerable on his senate record. People if we don’t shift focus quickly we are going to loose this. The only good that could come from that is the Hillary would not be able to run in 2008. The media is all on his side and our side is not focused on what counts and what will work. I fear for our side right now.