Thursday, September 30, 2004

Top 10 Signs Kerry Has Lost New York

Top 10 Signs Kerry Has Lost New York

10. Traders at the NYSE take the noose off of their neck.
9. Dan Rather "retires."
8. Kerry's daughters boo'd at the VMA's.
7. The NYPD and FDNY lower terrorist alertness.
6. John Kerry gets another Bronze Star for a "valiant attempt."
5. Zel Miller uses "Damn Yankees" to describe the baseball team.
4. Al Gore sighs and shrugs.
3. Arsenio Hall calls for a spot on his show.
2. Chants of "Rudy" are heard at Democratic rallies in New York.

And the number one sign that Kerry has lost New York...
!. Alan Colmes steals James Carville's trash can.

"It's Fake And Bake, And I Helped!"

Kerry is donning the classic look of either fake tanning oils, or way too may trips to the tanning bed. But, I guess those senate votes are less important than a healthy radioactive glow.

And thanks to Blogs of War for this classic:

Oompa Loompa Democrats

Oompa Loompa Democrats doo
I’ve got another doozy for you
Oompa Loompa doompadah dee
If you are clueless you’ll vote for me
What do you get from a glut of TV?
Swift Boat Vets always shooting at me
Why don’t you try simply reading a book?
But at my weak record you better not look!
Oompa Loompa Doompadee Dah
At your expense I will go far
Taxing and spending, flip-flopping too
Like the OompaOompa Loompa Democrats do

Hat Tips: Blogs of War
GOP and the City

Fox News Reports

A Fox News analyst used the term "Spin Alley" to describe the hoard of news reporters that are going to be waiting in a lobby outside the Debate tonight. No doubt the masters of Political Spin MSNBC, Associated Press, and the NY Times will be at the epicenter of the rotation. No doubt these sources have already claimed Kerry as the winner, even if he decided to skip the debate all together. They would probably claim it as a "bold move that shows Kerry is better than a warmonger who wants to pick a fight."

My brother told me in 2000, that the greatest thing about the election was hearing I think it was Dan Rather saying these words. "President elect, George W. Bush." This year, I want to hear Alan Colmes say it. After his comment last night that was down right stupid. It was something to the affect of, "Let's just go ahead, elect Kerry and get it over with." I was stunned, then I looked at the Fox News page that has Colmes' description as "Your favorite liberal" as well as a picture of his new book, "Red, White, and Liberal" And he's a typical Liberal too, "Your way is wrong, and I'm not going to give you a chance to make your point." Well, at least Hannity is there to put Colmes in his place every night.

One thing did make me laugh pretty loud last night though. Gore and Dole met to discuss the candidates and their strategy on how to win, But the funniest line of the event was this:
""It just makes me sort of - uhhh - sigh," said Gore, whose heavy sighing during answers given by Bush during a 2000 debate got much unwanted attention."

Sunday, September 26, 2004

Campus Visit

I went to Knoxville to visit my best friend at the campus of the University of Tennessee. One thing I didn't realize was that this was homecoming weekend. I went to the game, yes, but all that is a different story.
So I'm walking down Andy Holt Ave on campus to get to "The Hill" to watch the Pride of the Southland Band do their tradition of saluting the hill. This equates to blaring Rocky Top as loud as they can, up the hill. (And hearing that, I realized how much I still bleed orange and white)
So we were walking over there and dead in front of us are these people carrying Kerry/Edwards signs. Now I was walking thinking to myself, "I ought to walk over there and either yell something about spitballs, or starting a chant of "4 More Years" due to the gene that runs in my family. How ever Kerry supporters did not get away scotch free. We had to return to my bud's room so he could pick up his ticket since he left it there. So we were walking back to Neyland Stadium and they had decided, "Oh, our 8 hours of lobbying are up, time to go home." so as we passed by them I had to do it. I turned around and yelled back to them "YAAAAY SPITBALLS!" One of the guys that was closer yelled back, "Why don't you come over here with those spitballs." A about yelled back "Hang on lemme go call the U.N. to make sure that's all right."
Then after than a few that decided to stay were passing out Kerry/Edwards stickers. I wanted them to hand me one so that I could turn around and rip it up in their face.

One good note, there was no need for the Bush/Cheney crew to lobby since 80% of the students wearing stickers had on "Vols for Bush" stickers.

Friday, September 24, 2004

How Bout Them Cardinals

You know, some people brag about the Yankees, well, all I have to say is I get to brag about the #1 team in the ENTIRE MLB, The St. Louis Cardinals.

The Cardinals have over 100 wins for the first time since '85. They went on to be NL Champs that year. And in '82 the Cards won only about 92 games and won it ALL.

You see that "y" next to the Cardinals? That means they clinched the division. They did that on Sept. 20 before they even played that night vs. the Brewers.

Here's to all baseball Fans

"The Cardinals Are Coming"


The Cardinals are coming. And to the Yanks, we'll see you in late October.

Update: Cardinals are now 103-53 and 15 games over the Cubbies. Yankees are yet to reach the 100 mark and are 4 1/2 games over the Sox. Also Pujols is now 4 home runs away from the prized 50 in a season.

Wednesday, September 22, 2004

A Good Laugh

Here's a blurb from GOP and the City on how you can tell Kerry is done, and Bush is going to win the election. Here's a few for a quick laugh.

Reasons Bush has it in the bag:
  • Dan Rather calls Florida for Kerry
  • moves on

Reasons Kerry has already lost:

  • Hillary sends email asking for donation to Hillary-2008
  • Michael Moore calls him "a lousy candidate"

There's many more funny lines in there.

Hat tip: GOP and the City

Update: This one "James Carville inserts his head into another trashcan" has made me laugh all day ever since seeing this picture

It's just too funny, especially since Carville is on the O'Reilly Factor tonight. Everytime I read the caption, and then see the picture, I laugh for about a minute strait.

Tuesday, September 21, 2004

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Kerry Camp Linked To "Memogate"

Fox news broke today that the Kerry camp had a possible major connection to CBS and the whole Memogate issue that has ruled the news the past 2 weeks. CBS called this man,

Joe Lockhart to tell the Kerry camp that "a man in Texas, Bill Burkett, was interested in helping the Kerry-Edwards campaign." Lockhart denies anything to do with the whole ordeal, which I can see that. CBS calls you to say, "Hey this is what we're doing, just letting you know."
Now if news breaks that CBS calls saying, "Hey' here's what we WANT to do, what can you do to help us?" Then I'm going to be pissed because that's 2 ties to huge illegal operations by the Kerry campaign. The first being, of course, Kerry's one step link to, Kerry's personal 527.

More news on this issue later.

Bush Speaks To U.N.

Fox News showed in full President Bush's speech to the United Nations today, where he discussed the fact that more democratic governments have been created, as well as defending the War in Iraq and the War on Terrorism.
Bush also spoke to the Iraqi interim Prime Minister, Ayad Allawi, who told that what is seen on the news in Iraq us a slanted view of what is going on. When I find an article about this bit, I'll add it here

Other news:
Have you seen this man?

If so, contact the local authorities, NOW!

U.N. Fires man for blowing whistle on "Food For Oil" scandal

14 Flip Flops In One Speech!

That's right folks, in one speech at NYU John Kerry made a record 14 flip flops. An example of some of the flops:

  • Kerry now claims Saddam Hussein's evil was not enough to justify war. Here's what he said in a speech July 29, 2002:
    "I agree completely with this administration’s goal of a regime change in Iraq – Saddam Hussein is a renegade and outlaw who turned his back on the tough conditions of his surrender put in place by the United Nations in 1991."
  • Kerry now claims Saddam was not a "threat to our security." Here's what he said in January 2003, according to the L.A. Times: "If you don't believe ... Saddam Hussein is a threat with nuclear weapons, then you shouldn't vote for me."
  • Kerry now claims Saddam's "capability to acquire weapons" was not reason enough for war. Yet according to the Congressional Record of Oct. 9, 2002, he called those who would leave the Iraqi dictator alone "naive to the point of grave danger."

John Kerry, Proving there's 2 sides to every fence

Sunday, September 19, 2004


Talk about a miracle! The Tennessee Vols played the Florida Gators last night and that was an INCREDIBLE game. The Vols had the game tied up at 21 in the 4th Quarter, but a late drive by the Gators made it 28-21 with 7:43 left in the game. Vols got the ball back and scored the potentially tying TD with 4:17 left. For the extra point, snap, set, kick...WIDE RIGHT! The score is 28-27 with 4 minutes left to go. The Vols held fast and recieved a punt with 55 seconds in the game, from their own 42, with no time outs. Two passes later the Vols were at the Gator 35 yard line with 13 seconds left. The Vols kicker, Wilhoit had one chance to redeem himself.

(This is a 50 yard kick) Snap. Set. Kick is up. It is....

GOOOOOOOOD! With only 6 ticks left in the game!

The whole stadium goes CRAZY! The bad thing about it though? I had the chance to go to the game, but I declined it. Oh well, I'll find another time to go to a UT game

Saturday, September 18, 2004

Vietnam Games Break Out

First Person shooters are the newest and biggest thing for gaming now-a-days. First it was the World War 2 genre that came from games like the Medal of Honor series, Battlefield 1942, and Call of Duty to name a few. The next generation of games takes another step forward in history to Vietnam. These games show the true nature of Vietnam for the people who had REAL combat experience for more than 4 months.

Electronic Arts has put out another "Battlefield" type game, Battlefield Vietnam. (PC)
Sierra (the company that created the hits Half Life and Counter-Strike) is coming out with a new game, Men of Valor. (XBox/PC)
Kuma\War has come out with a new mission where you are the commander of PCF-94, the Swift Boat that John Kerry was on. There's even a likeness of Kerry in the game. The game consists of 1 mission in the Mekong Delta. My guess is that you're on the boat, a guy jumps off and it's your job to shoot yourself with a grenade, then rescue the idiot that jumped off. Notice in the screen shots the men stand as though being shot at, but (most games have tracers for where the shots are coming from) there are no tracers...

Caution: Kerry rates these games M for Mature, due to" raping, cutting off ears, cutting off heads, taping wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turning up the power, cutting off limbs, blowing up bodies, randomly shooting at civilians, razing villages in fashion reminiscent of Ghengis Khan, shooting cattle and dogs for fun, poisoning food stocks, and generally ravaging the countryside of South Vietnam." All of which never actually happen in the games.

Recommended movie:

We Were Soldiers

Hat Tip: Kerry Haters

Friday, September 17, 2004

Kerry Supporters Are (insert comment)

After Kerry implied, and Al Sharpton, Hillary Clinton, Howard Dean, Richard Clarke and others stated that Bush was a "War-monger" for going after a viscous dictator who killed thousands of his own people, allowed his son to torture athletes, along with other heinous crimes...I wonder what you can consider the Kerry fans that attacked a family that the only "crime" they committed was bringing Bush/Cheney signs to a Kerry Rally. Now correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't there a pro-Kerry heckler at the Vietnam Vets rally that was held this past weekend? And if I'm not mistaken, he didn't walk away assaulted in any way, shape or form. Certainly he was heckled at by Pro-Bush/Anti-Kerry people, but no one so much as stole/tore his signs away if he had any, or laid a finger on him.

Doesn't he look proud about making a helpless 3 year old cry? I hope you feel good about what you've done.

Update: IUPAT (the Union that is shown on the shirt at the left) has issued an official apology about the event.

John Kerry AWOL?

Kerry Haters posted today that John Kerry may have been considered AWOL for many months. He was released to the Naval Reserve on Jan. 3 1970, but wasn't transferred to inactive duty until July of 1972.

Side Note: Bush signed up to work for the Texas Air National Guard for free. "A search of the web led me to AF Form 1288 (front/back) in which 1LT Bush requests duty in Alabama on May 24, 1972. Block 17 shows that the request is "no pay, training category G." In the approval section, it is clearly disclosed that this is "pay group none." Why is this important? Regardless, of the ultimate unit he ended up training with, it shows that 1LT Bush was willing to train without pay. The old media remains focused on pay records!! In regards to pay records, USA Today states, "They show he was paid for 82 days in 1972 and 1973, but show no service for five months between April and October 1972." Pay records would show no service during this time period because he was not paid! 1LT Bush served his country without pay. That is why there is no pay record."

Tuesday, September 14, 2004

F Is For FAIL!

John Kerry claims that the W in George W. Bush stands for Wrong. Well, in that case, I say that the F in John F. Kerry stands for one word; FAIL. John Kerry FAILED to give tax breaks to the needy middle class. John Kerry FAILED to give relief to motorists by publicly supporting for a 50 cent higher gas tax. John Kerry FAILS on the Catholic belief against abortion. John Kerry FAILED at his attendance to Senate meetings, and he has FAILED in attendance to Intelligence Committee Hearings. In fact, John Kerry has FAILED on U.S. intelligence period. John Kerry FAILS on Illegal Immigration. John Kerry FAILED by turning his back on the men he served with in Vietnam. And most of all, John Kerry FAILS over and over again to make up his mind.

Need I go on?
40 Not To Vote For Kerry
Kerry Core - Double Vision

Why Bush's Service Isn't a Big Deal

Bush served in the Texas Air National Guard. Yes he did skip some drills, but that's means nothing now. The reason why? Because it's not the foundation of his campaign! The Kerry Camp created fake memos to slash at Bush's Guard service, but they're not really going to hurt him in the polls. Kerry on the other had is a different story.

John Kerry went to Vietnam for 4 months, got one legitimate Purple Heart, weaseled his way into 2 more, got a Silver Star, and a Bronze Star. The basis for his Bronze Star is under speculation because Kerry himself in his book said they were NOT under fire the day he "saved the guys life." His Silver Star is also another exaggeration that Kerry has told. Not only that, but IMMEDIATELY after Kerry returned home, he basically threw away ALL of his medals in disgust, then claimed that the people he served with were animals, rapists, and murderers.
Then Kerry has the nerve to consider himself a war hero after he did all of that. This is a man that thinks he can say whatever he wants.


As the saying goes, "There's what John Kerry says, then there's what John Kerry does."

Monday, September 13, 2004

Daily Caption Contest

Cool! I got Honorable Mention at Daily Caption Contest for one of my submissions.

"After a "slight" miscalculation, Jim's trampoline vault landed him in the 6th row of the crowd."

"Kerry Lied While Good Men Died"

That's the slogan for a new group, Vietnam Vets For Truth, that rallied in front of the Capitol building yesterday. If the senate was in session and it was meant to attract the attention of Senator Kerry, I'm certain it failed because Kerry was probably absent as he has been for most of the Senate hearings this term. It's a pity that only the Associated Press was there to report on the event. I wouldn't have seen that it happened had I not been flipping past C-SPAN at the moment. I watched the President for Swift Vets speak and then after him a powerful speech by a widowed woman who's father had been killed in action in Vietnam. This is a summary of part of her speech

"My father died in Vietnam, and ironically at about the same time, John Kerry was applying for his first purple heart from a scratch" - Laura Armstrong

In other news, a spokesman for John Kerry's Vietnam Campaign wishes to end the ads that attack Kerry's shady Vietnam service. This once again shows Kerry's double standard, "I can say whatever I want, but you can't do anything to me." Kerry whines like a little baby about the Swift Vets ads revealing the truth behind his "Heroics" and he asks for Bush to call an end to them, right before he unleashes a multi-million dollar campaign from the easily linked group,
Where as the linking between Swift Vets and Bush that the NY Times created was more along the lines of "Six Degrees of Separation Between You and Saddam Hussein" There is ONE degree of separation between Kerry and, and that is Zach Exley.

Saturday, September 11, 2004

Where was I? I'll tell you

It's like asking some one over the age of 50, "Where were you when Kennedy was shot?" or your grandparents, "Where were you when Pearl Harbor was attacked?" Now the question is "Where were you on September 11th, 2001?"

I was at school, like most people my age, except This was different for me, as well as anyone who was born on either the 10th, 11th, or 12th. I was on that emotional high that comes with a new page turned in your life. I'd turned another year old the day before. It was a Tuesday. That meant I had Spanish with Mrs. Garcia I remember I was sitting close to the door when one of the teachers came in to tell her that something had happened and to turn on the news. Then you saw it, the building in flames, smoke filling into the air. I actually thought nothing of it at the time. I had heard about the Mitchell that had flown into the Empire State building one morning. Then a flash of yellow and orange, and the thoughts of an accidental occurrence left everyone's minds.

Spanish ended, next was drafting with my favorite teacher, Coach Sawyer. We walked into class, and no one was smiling, everyone was silent. He told us that if we wanted to work on our projects we could, but we didn't have to. The rest of the day was a blur. I got home and I can't remember anything else from that day.

The size of this never actually hit me for almost a year. I was visiting my brother and sister in the NY area and we decided to walk by the tow...craters. The sheer size of them put things in perspective. Then I saw them, the black plaques placed at the tops of the fences, 4 or 5 names on each for the entire perimeter around the block. I felt the lump in my throat start to build up. I started to walk away, but I couldn't take it and I dropped to my knees. Seeing the sheer size and affect this had was just too much.

God's speed to all who were lost that day, and God Bless to the men on the flight that was downed in PA.

"How do you pick up the pieces of an old life? How do you go on? When in your heart you begin to understand, there is no going back. There are some things that time cannot mend. Some hurts go too deep, and they've taken hold...It will never really heal." J.R.R. Tolkien

Thursday, September 09, 2004

A Sensitive War

"I believe I can fight a more effective, more thoughtful, more strategic, more proactive, more sensitive war on terror that reaches out to other nations and brings them to our side." John Kerry

Here's the new Kerry slogan for his war on terrorism

I think it was MTSU that had something about as ridiculous as a "Sensitive War." They held a "Group hug to end terrorism." Yeah that's exactly what they fear the most...a big group hug.

This is what the Terrorists did to the school in Russia. They rigged a school gymnasium with explosives and killed innocent little kids. Get serious people you have to realize that the people that commit these acts only respond to the one thing they use, force. The way you beat them is to get to them before they get a chance to get to you. These are the people that blow up a school bus full of innocent people because they believe that doing so will get them into heaven surrounded by many virgin women. These are the people that took the lives of over 300 kids and teachers at a school in Russia, for no real reason. These are the people that took 3 American Airlines 707 jets and another smaller jet and took the lives of over 3000 normal, unsuspecting, innocent people. These people have no heart. Sensitivity will do nothing to them.

Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Kerry Daughters on VMA's...BOOOOO! Literally!

Yeah, the Kerry daughters got booed by the people at the MTV Video Music Awards. Yes there were some cheers from the people like Linda Rondstat trying to scream hurray over the massive boos. MTV reportedly had to edit out the boos in a carefully crafted cut scene to a different camera. The daughters were added to the list of people to speak since the head-honchos at MTV felt it could swing some of the MTV viewers to believe what they feel you should.
So add MTV to the list of the Kerry/Liberal-loving TV channels that claim to be Politically "Independant."

And be sure to read the article that is there while the video loads.

And being booed must just run in the Kerry family, as their dad was booed in his own state as he threw out the ceremonial first pitch in the Red Sox/Yankees game at Fenway Park July 25th. Kerry must have a great 12-6 curve ball because the ball sunk to the ground in front of home plate. The ironic part? The catcher was a guy who had just returned home Iraq, and had also served in Afghanistan before that.

Wow, he even looks like a girl trying to throw the ball...I bet my 2 month old cousin could throw more heat.

He Does Not Go All The Way!

Kerry's DNC bunny-hop has become even more evident now that Bush has received his Convention LEAP. Most polls last week had Bush ahead by around 11 percentage points where Kerry was up by about 3 or 4 points after the DNC. Another thing you have to realize is that most of those Gallop polls are taken in very Democratic New York. I'm not sure if that does make a difference, but I'm sure it does to some extent.

Kerry fumbles! Bush picks up the loose ball, he's at the 35, 40, he's picking up speed! The 50, the 40, the 30...Will he take it to the end-zone? Ask me November 3rd.

A Conservative In CA is a Rare Find!

I was searching for things that mentioned how Kerry was going to repeal the Bush tax cuts and I came across this Xanga site created by a guy in California. Apparently he's going to school in PA, so maybe he can help educate the masses there about how liberalism, especially to John Kerry's extreme, is just not the way to go.

Kudos to your site Brian, and keep on spreading the truth behind the Liberal lies and media.

Tuesday, September 07, 2004

DMB Fan Finds Bands True Side

I'm a huge fan of Dave Matthews as well as many of the college students here in TN, and I would think that it would upset a few of them as it did me that the band is performing at a series of shows called "Vote For Change." Although the shows don't "officially" support a candidate, all of them did pledge allegiance to John Kerry.

One website, Ants seems to be a more right sided webpage since they do announce that a vote for Kerry is a vote to raise taxes since Kerry has repeatedly stated he would remove the Bush Tax cuts that helped to stimulate the economy, job growth, as well as Consumer Spending.

Certainly this won't change my views on his music since it is in my opinion incredible nor will it keep me from going to his concerts, but it does put into perspective how he's been affected by the whole liberalization that came with his fame.

Friday, September 03, 2004

Bush's Speech Brings Insight, Emotion

I watched the Bush speech last night, and I must say the beginning of the speech did seem to drag on a bit, but the second half of the speech was full of Bush's plans for the next 4 years, as well as some very emotional points, my brother had a nice section in his explanation about how you could see the tears forming in W's eyes as he said, "My fellow Americans, for as long as our country stands, people will look to the resurrection of New York City and they will say: Here buildings fell, and here a nation rose."

You can find a full transcript of his speech here

On a side note, I chose to watch the speech with some friends of mine and they're not Bush supporters, but thankfully they haven't been coerced into actually believing the lies that John Kerry claims. I went over there to watch it after he had said, "You can watch it here, but no Bush talk." I thought that meant, ok, we'll watch the speech but not critique it to each other or get into an argument.
I was wrong. It basically meant I had to watch the speech, filtering out their rhetoric about "Oh these jobs were lost." "Iraq was a lie," as well as other things, but keeping my own tongue in check as to not get into a huge debate.

Thursday, September 02, 2004

Miller Speaks Out Against Democrats, Kerry

I was watching the republican National Convention last night and I must say, If all Democrats believed the same things as Zell Miller, I'd have to swap sides, but the fact is that he is one of very few Democrats that are willing to expose Kerry and the rest of them for what they really believe in. There were some very great lines in his speech. Here were a few things I thought were great.

"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."

"I could go on and on and on: Against the Patriot Missile that shot down Saddam Hussein's scud missiles over Israel, Against the Aegis air-defense cruiser, Against the Strategic Defense Initiative, Against the Trident missile, against, against, against."

"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? Twenty years of votes can tell you much more about a man than twenty weeks of campaign rhetoric. Campaign talk tells people who you want them to think you are. How you vote tells people who you really are deep inside. Senator Kerry has made it clear that he would use military force only if approved by the United Nations. Kerry would let Paris decide when America needs defending."

"For more than twenty years, on every one of the great issues of freedom and security, John Kerry has been more wrong, more weak and more wobbly than any other national figure. As a war protestor, Kerry blamed our military. As a Senator, he voted to weaken our military. And nothing shows that more sadly and more clearly than his vote this year to deny protective armor for our troops in harms way, far-away."

Zell Miller was incredible, and I can't wait to hear Bush speak tonight.