Sunday, February 29, 2004

Best of Rummy

John Hawkins at Right Wing News has a compilation of some of Donald Rumsfeld's best quotes over the years. Good Stuff.

You're gonna notice all my posts for the weekend are all hijacked works. That's cuz it's Sunday and I normally don't post today anyway, so deal with it. I'll post some original crap tomorrow.

Some cool quotes for supporters of gun owners rights

Frank J. over at IMAO has a link to some really great "gun quotes". It's what the second amendment is all about baby. Read here.

Speaking of Frank..

Frank gets the best hate-mail. I wanna get hate-mail like that. Why don't I have my own troll? It's not fair!! Of course I'm sure it has nothing to do with the fact that I have absolutely NO blogging talent what-so-ever. Read Frank's hate-mail here.

And there's a follow up here.

Friday, February 27, 2004

Even the Japs are going after Bill Gates

It would appear that the Japanese are taking socio-economic classes from their European counterparts. Funny, I thought that a company selling a product had a right to determine the conditions they were sold under. If you didn't like it, you didn't buy it. There are after all other operating systems out there (they're just pissed because their not as smart as Bill Gates is). It would appear however that Japans' anti-greed laws would say otherwise.

Thursday, February 26, 2004

The courts and the FCC are wiping their collective asses with the first amendment

You know, I'm all for responsibility in broadcasting. I don't like titties being exposed on national prime time television. And I don't like my kids listening to stories about Alvin the chipmunk screwing Scooby Doo up the bumm. But since when does the federal government get to decide what's "decent" and what isn't? That honor should only belong to people and the free market. I don't like what you say, so I won't patronize your radio/tv station. Enough people do that, and the advertisers begin to pull out, so the station changes it's format. It really is as simple as that. Now with the exposure of one little (and not very attractive) boob, an entire firestorm has erupted over the airwaves. Janet is losing jobs (which btw is the only enforcement I agree with, see above), Howard has been pulled from all Clearchannel stations, and a local (Tampa) shock joc known as Bubba the Love Sponge has been fired. I don't necessarily disagree with Clearchannel for firing Bubba. It was after all, a business decision (he cost them nearly a million dollars in FCC fines). But were it not for the FCC, no action would likely have been taken against Bubba in the first place. If people don't want to listen to stories about cartoon characters getting corn-holed, you do what I do, change the friggin' station. If you don't want your kids to listen to it, don't let them. Proponents argue that we can't police our kids 24/7. Well duh! But the FCC can? Sorry, but I don't need a government agency to raise my kids for me. It's my job to instill the proper values in my kid so they realize when they are listening to something I wouldn't approve of, they stop. Just like any other moral lesson I would teach my kids. It's as simple as that. People, do we really need big brother telling us what's decent and indecent? Have we denigrated to the point where we need the government to start making our day to day decisions for us? I like to believe the answer is no.

BTW-If you want to let Clear Channel know how you feel about this you can click here.

If you want to let the FCC know what you think about them (please do) you can click here.

My experiment: How it failed before it started

Here is what my experiment was going to be. I was going to go over to DU and start a thread about the most whacked out, far fetched anti-right wing conspiracy theory I could think of. I was thinking something along the lines of how Bush is secretly engineering the genocide of all ME cultures by blowing up orphanages and arranging to have baby's "still-born". This way the ME population would eventually deteriorate down to nothing. Then I would just let the thread go from there and see what came out of it. Unfortunately, they now have a rule there where you cannot start a thread until you have posted a certain amount of replies first. They won't say how many. Apparently this is done to keep out the right-wingers. Anyway, I just don't have the time or patience (or attention span for that matter) to do that kind of thing. If anyone else does though, feel free to try it. Just email me with the topic, your username, and a link to your topic. I'll be happy to post it here.

BTW-If anyone still believes DU is actually an "open" discussion their forum rules. Especially the part where it says all right wingers will be banned. So much for open debate.

Wednesday, February 25, 2004

On gun control

The GOP is apparently trying to kill two birds with one stone. The bill has already passed a test vote in the senate 75-22. The bill is primarily aimed at protecting gun manufacturers from lawsuits by victims or their families of gun related crimes. But, but, it's their fault...Guns are evil...If they hadn't made the guns the criminal couldn't have used it. Blah, blah, blah-bitty-blah-blah-blah. There is also a rather clever provision in there by the GOP to NOT renew the ban on assault weapons. OMG, you mean the second amendment does actually mean something? You know, I've read the constitution over and over again, and NO WHERE in the second amendment does it say anything about gun owners having to register. It's very simple, the right to keep and bear arms. Not, the right to keep and bear arms as long as the government says it's ok, or as long as it's just for hunting. And of course the dems are trying to block there provisions (surprise, surprise). Hey, you know what you liberal fuckbags, Hitler supported gun control too. It's the first step in forming a tyrannical government. Remove the ability of the citizens to protect themselves. You can read the whole story here.

Widow's letter to the Hague

As I posted yesterday, the U.N. "court", the Hague (or as I call it, the big group of pompous ass European liberals), are presuming to "judge" the legality of Israel's security wall. They will sit in their chairs and talk amongst themselves about how "evil" Israel is for keeping out the poor terrorists (oops, I meant the Palestinians). After all, if the Israelis had just let the Arabs win the war half a century ago, it would be Palestinians land anyhow, right? Let's put the politics aside for a moment and look at the personal toll of terrorism. This is a letter from a woman who's husband was killed 3 days ago by a homicide bomber:

”Today, in The Hague, you will sit in judgment. Today, I will bury my husband, my heart has been cut in two.

”I am not a politician. I am appealing to you as someone who has lost her husband, a woman whose heart has been silenced - and a woman whose tragedy the separation fence could have prevented. I was married to Yehuda for 21 years. He was the love of my youth, since I was 15. Yehuda's sister is the wife of Israel's Economic Attache in The Hague and works in the Embassy there. For months, she, her husband and the Embassy staff have been trying to open the world's eyes. For months, they have been fighting for the rights of the State of Israel. As for me, what could I have asked for? Only for my small right, my husband's right, the right to see our children grow and prosper, go to school and serve in the army.

”I will no longer receive this right. But today, you can see to it that other Israeli families will merit this basic thing - to raise a happy family, to get up in the morning without bereavement, without gravestones, and without cemeteries. Today, as you begin your deliberations with open eyes, think, just for a moment, about the ordinary people behind this bloody conflict. Think for a moment about the golden heart of my husband, Yehuda, and about our young son, Avner. Maybe you can explain to him - he's only ten years old - why in God's Name he doesn't have a father any more?

”People will enter your hall today, who will speak, who will accuse. Mourners will enter my home and I will be unable to understand and I will certainly not be consoled. This evening, you will go home, kiss your spouses, hug your children - and I will be alone.

”True, the politics are far from me, but now as the pain is far too close to me, I think that I have acquired, with integrity and with tears, the right to appeal to you and say: If there had been a fence all along the length of the state, then maybe I, just like you, could kiss my husband this evening. Do not judge my country; do not restrain it from preventing additional people from becoming victims. Today, I am burying my husband; don't you bury justice. - Fanny Haim"

Tomorrow I must take the bus to work and home again. For here in Israel, life must go on.

You can read the whole story from the point of view of a reporter who was there. Click here.

Monday, February 23, 2004

Apparently Moby believes the U.S. military is a figmant of Bush's imagination

I say that because he is claiming that all of the letters coming from the soldiers in the ME in support of Bush are all fake. Here's the story:

Monday, Feb. 23, 2004 4:15 p.m. EST
Moby, Bush Haters Attack U.S. Soldier in Iraq

An American National Guardsman serving in Iraq was castigated for writing a letter supporting President Bush, with one critic suggesting that he did not exist but was a fictional character dreamed up by the administration.


Palestinians suing Israel

The Arab terrorists are now taking the Israeli government to the Hague in an attempt to forcibly stop construction of the security wall being built by Israel. In their argument, the terrorists referred to Israel as an "occupying force". Funny, I thought Israel was on their land and recognized by the rest of the world as a sovereign nation. Read more from Fox News online here.

Bush to continue attacking Kerry's Patriotism

As well he should. Actually the Bush camp didn't say that. They're only going to keep going after his extremism, but it's the same thing really. Kerry has insisted that anyone who attacks his past record is attacking his patriotism. I take that to mean that his record is unpatriotic. If questioning his voting record means questioning his patriotism, then his record must by default be unpatriotic, right? Read this and decide for yourself.

Kerry has found the enemy; and it is U.S.!!

John Kerry has decreed that the real enemy to the world is the United States of America. He apparently believes that he alone was the sole conscientious soldier in Vietnam. The only one who didn't participate in "vile acts of cruelty". You can read the whole story from Front Page Mag here.

Sunday, February 22, 2004

One more thing

I promise I am going to get around to fixing the links to the Iraqi blogs. As a couple of you have pointed out, (mainly Liberty of my arse from my elbow) one of the links doesn't work, and one isn't even an actual Iraqi blog. I make my most excellent promise that by tomorrow at the latest, the problem will be fixed. Otherwise I will willingly surrender myself to judgment by the RWA council.

The Definitive Political Quiz

Do you know what you believe but aren't sure with which party you should place your political alliances?

Then have I got the page for you. Take Don Hagen's political quiz by clicking on this link. It's a satirical quiz, but really isn't all that far off. Anyone who's read a good deal of my writings, or knows me personally knows that I believe politicians from all parties are way too filled with self importance.

(You know this has to be a good page, it's got me posting on a Sunday!!!)

Saturday, February 21, 2004

The Coolest Game Ever

Frank J at IMAO has found the coolest game ever made. You get to play as Dubbya and Condee fighting their way out of the White House while being attacked by ninjas. You play! You play NOW!!!

Friday, February 20, 2004

On Gay Marriage

SAN FRANCISCO — Gay marriage opponents went back to court Friday to try to stop the wedding spree that's been taking San Francisco by storm for more than a week.

Read the whole story here.

Here's my .02$ on the matter. What the hell is the federal government doing telling people what they can and cannot do with their private lives? If two men(women) want to engage in a homosexual/lesbian relationship, what business is it of Uncle Sam's? Don't get me wrong. I don't condone gay/lesbian marriage, I don't condemn it either. Ihonestlyy don't care. And neither should the federal government. What I do care about is that we don't need another constitutional amendment banning gay marriage. We just don't need any more amendments period. First of all, the more amendments you have, the less important each one becomes. Secondly, it's a behavioral issue, not a government issue. The constitution was written as a guideline for running the government, not people's lives.

Now, here's myChristiann POV. We shouldn't make laws allowing gay marriage either. Here's why. And no, it has nothing to do with my "bible thumping philosophy". Real Christians know that one of the greatest gifts given to us by God is the gift of free will. The ability to make our own choices. If we had no choice, then we'd all be in church every Sunday and Wednesday night, crying halleluha!! That's simply not the case. The reason behind my position falls under the legal problems. To do so, you would have to change the definition of marriage. As it is now, marriage is the union of one man and one woman. Now on the surface, changing this definition to simply say two people instead seems simple. Consider this though. For every agenda you have, there are a hundred others waiting for yours to go through so it will open the door for theirs. Here's where it gets tricky. You change the definition to say two people instead of one man and one woman. Then the bigamists say, hey, the homo's can do it, why can't I have more than one wife? Well, OK Mr. BackwardsAssRedneck, you have a point. You can have as many wives as you want, so long as they are willing. Again, simple fix right? Just let them do it, right? After all, they are adults. Well then comes along Mr and Mrs Reallybackwardsassrednecks, who happen to be brother and sister, and they want to get married. Then comes along Mr. Reallyreallybackwardsassredneck, and this idiot wants to marry his freakin' horse. By the time it's all said and done, you have some yo-yo saying, "Hey, the homos and the bigamists and the incestials (is that a word??) and the beastiality-type folks can do, so I wanna marry....MY CAR!!!!". The point is you open a whole new can of worms. Each new piece of legislation opens the door for a hundred others. Which is why the Constitution has and should continue to have limited amendments. The fine men who founded this country wrote that little piece of paper to prevent the government from becoming too large. But with each new legislation, it gets a little bigger. I have no problem if two men want to spend the rest of their lives corn-holing each other's anuses. Really, I don't. That is their life, their porogative. Any moral issues anyone might have (myself included) is really none of our business. I just don't want any more "legislation" to guarantee these new "rights".

The Global Warming Myth

Duncan Maxwell, with News Max has the fourth part of his global warming series here. It's an excellent read, and has links to the first three parts if you haven't read them.

On John kerry' Medals

It would seem an individual who knew John Kerry in Vietnam has a few questions about Kerry's medals. You keep hearing the left argue about George Bush being AWOL, and all they have as evidence are a few people, who didn't even know who Dubbya was at the time, say they can't remember seeing him on a base they served on thirty-something years ago. They then throw support behind a candidate who claimed for years to have thrown his Vietnam medals over the White House fence, when in fact they were someone else's and his own were safely hung on his living room wall. Not to mention he's voted against just about every defense bill you can imagine, and votes for cuts in the military constantly.

Disclaimer: The story in the link above is the testimony of a single individual. I am still attempting to check to veracity of the story. From what I have gathered so far, it seems pretty accurate though.

Wednesday, February 18, 2004

Black Holes are COOL!!

The Chandra X-Ray observatory has gotten what they believe to be the first image of a black hole actually ripping a star to pieces. They even have a computer animation of the event here. Cool. If you like this stuff you should read more of Charles' work at Little Green Footballs.

Wal-Mart is the Devil!!!

Or at least some would have you believe. Here's a good article about it from the Ayn Rand Institute.

Tuesday, February 17, 2004

On Islamic Jihad

Here it is folks. I was going to do this long post about how disturbing the radical Islamists can be in their mentality. Instead I'll let you read it for yourself. In what I can only describe as a classic DU style forum, you can get a first hand glimpse to what goes on in the heads of radical Muslims. Read, hurl, get angry, fund cruise missile production. Then wash, rinse, repeat.

Monday, February 16, 2004

Another Edition of WTF?

Seriously, what can you say about this story? A man who points a gun at a police officer is only guilty of "disorderly conduct", but a police chief calls criminals thugs and he gets demoted? WTF????? Apparently being politically correct is now more important than preventing crime. Notice the part in the article where he is noted as being a highly effective chief by cutting crime. What a bunch of bull****.

It Seems the Libs Really do control College Campuses

Again, free speech is allowed only if you agree. An instructors political views should never be brought into the classroom, unless it is directly tied to the curriculum, or as some part of a debate. What this guy did is over the line.

War on Terror Breaching College Campuses

At Berkley U, the self-proclaimed center for "free speach", fascsism is appearently alive and well. It would appear you are entitled to free speech only as long as you agree with what they have to say. Front Page Mag has the whole story.

And this is why

IMAO is the funniest damned site on the interntet. You've got to read this. Priceless, absolutely priceless.

Friday, February 13, 2004

No posts today,

cuz it's friday the 13th and I'm skeered.

Thursday, February 12, 2004

In Mexico

It seems the only people not trying to leave Mexico for America are the soccer players. And there fans.

John Commie...err...Kerry

Sorry about that. It's just such an easy mistake to make. The former commander of the North Vietnamese army is crediting Kerry's group VVAW (Vietnam veterans against the war) for helping to defeat American forces. Can you believe some people are still going to vote for this treasonous fuckbag?

For You Left-Wing Crack-pots

who actually believe Bush was hiding out in a Canada ranch somewhere furnished by his daddy, here's a little something you should read. It even goes so far as to point out some of the flaws in the AWOL theory.

Why We Went to War.

There has been a whole lot of huppla lately about the U.S. not finding WMD's in Iraq. The dems are saying that "just as they said all along", there were no WMD's in Iraq, thus no justification for war. That may even hold an ounce of truth, or would if WMD's were what the war was really about. What people need to realize is that this was really had nothing to do with WMD's. Yes, I know. The whole WMD thing was way too played out. I'll be the first to say that the Bush administration played on the WMD thing to heavily. But to think we went to war against Iraq just because they had WMD's is ridiculous. Iraq is only a small part of this war. If you thought the war was about WMD's then you weren't paying attention. If you thought this war was about removing Saddam and liberating the Iraqi people, then you're a bit of an idealist. If you thought it was about revenge, or finishing a legacy, then you hate republicans just a little too much. If you thought it was about the OOOOIIIIILLLLL!!!!!! then you're just dumb. Yes, I said dumb. This war is about terrorism. OH, but Saddam's not a terrorist, he's the leader of a sovereign nation. Yeah, tell the Iraqi people that. Or better yet, tell that to the families of the victims of the suicide bombers that he's helped to support. Yes, that is a legitimate fact. Another fact that the dems seem to have forgotten is that prior to the war, Bush declared that any nation that harbors or supports terrorism is going to be punished. Hence the invasion of Iraq. But it actually goes even deeper than that if you want to know the truth. Iraq is only a small piece of the puzzle. You might ask, well Overlord, if it's about terrorism why didn't we go into Iran first? or Saudi Arabia, or North Korea even? And if you'd shut up a second I'd tell you. Have you ever looked at a map of the middle east? Ever notice what countries border Iraq? Oh yeah, now you get it. Ever hear the expression "foot in the door"? That's what Iraq is for the U.S.. It's our "foot in the door" to the middle east. This was our way in, and from here we now have to ability to go and do whatever it takes to make our country safe. There are some who believe that we are no safer with this war. Since it comes from the same people that would like to see us hand over control of our armed forces and just about everything else over to the UN, I'll just dismiss it as idiotorian shmuck speak.

Tuesday, February 10, 2004

Top 10 Ways Bush can Raise his Popularity

Current polls actually have Bush behind Kerry in a national match-up. Then again, Mondale led Reagan in the polls early on, so that doesn't mean too much. Still, it would be great if Bush started to raise his popularity, and I have some suggestions how.


10. Use funky new remixed version of "Hail to the Chief" when entering a room.

9. Rescue kids from a burning orphanage. It may take a number of tries for Bush to get the rescue right, but there are plenty of orphanages and they are all surprisingly flammable.

8. To quickly create millions of new jobs, murder Canadians and steal theirs.

7. Have Bush hunt down Osama and then defeat him in brutal kung fu fight while cameras are recording the action. Could also be used for fund raising if it's pay-per-view.

6. Dismiss questions about Bush war record by having him use a fighter jet to destroy a strategic military target - such as the Kennedy Compound.

5. Have phony pollsters do approval rating poll & then hunt down and kill anyone who disapproves of Bush's performance.

4. People love juggling, and people love puppies - so juggle puppies!

3. He could burn down the IRS headquarters while on national T.V. leading us in the song, "Kumbaya."

2. Same as previous, but replace song with "Welcome to the Jungle."

And the number one way Bush can raise his popularity...

1) Finally find some WMD's in Iraq and totally rub the world's faces in it.

If you enjoyed this post by Frank J, you can read more of his work at

Atkins' Haters.....

So we've all heard the reports from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine that Dr. Atkins was killed by his own diet. He had a weak heart, and that's what killed him. Some are even spreading the rumor he didn't even fall in the first place. Well it turns out that the PCRM is actually not a group of physicians as they would have you believe. They are in fact a front for.....(drum roll).....PETA!!!!!! That's right, PETA is now trying to discredit the Atkins diet because it involves eating animal flesh. EEWW!! I don't know who actually eats the flesh, I always just eat the meat myself, but I digress. Anyway, here's the whole story. The part I find most disturbing is how the group was able to get hold of Dr. Atkins medical records without the consent of his family. Another important item not mentioned in this particular article is that Dr. Atkins heart condition was not caused by heart disease but by a viral infection. Not to mention he was 72 years old and he SPLIT IS FREAKIN' HEAD OPEN FOR CRYING OUT LOUD!!!!!! /end rant

I would like

to put up some links to Iraqi blogger sites. I am looking for some as we speak. If you know of any, send me the url's so I can put them up please.


Sorry for the delay in updates. I NEVER post on Sundays, and yesterday was just to hectic. I just bought a new God computer, worthy of your beloved Overlord. Somomabitch took forever to get connected though. Got a couple posts up already and another one or two to come.

"In My World" by Frank J

Frank J. has another edition of In My World. If you've never read one of Frank's parodies, you need to. This is great stuff.

Like Moby? You won't after this.

The singer Moby (what exactly does he sing by the way?) has backed John Kerry in the upcoming election. He also has a plan to beat Bush. This dude has way too much time on his hands. I guess that can happen when your career is going down the toilet though.

Frank J.

over at IMAO has done a brilliant re-enactment of a tyical thread over at DU. Even funnier, the libs found out about it. And of course, the response wasn't kind. Frank immediately came under attack. So of course, being the good right-winger that he is, he launched a counter attack of his own. A must read. Just a word of advice though. Don't drink anything while you're reading all this. At the very least keep a paper towel handy.

Friday, February 06, 2004

John Hawkins

has put together a list of notable Dubbya' quotes. We figure, since the left likes to put together some of Bush's less tactfull comments (let's be honost here, the man's a terrible public speaker-sometimes when he does a press conference it seems like I'm watching reruns of Gomer Pile) and take them out of context to make him appear foolish, we should have some of his better quotes published also. And John's got some good ones. Read them here.

Thursday, February 05, 2004

Michael Moore Hates America

is the name of a new independent film being produced/directed by Mike Wilson. It's a documentary type piece written to debunk the lies and bullshit produced in some of Moore's films such as "Bowling for Columbine", and "Roger and Me". Personally, I can't wait for this one to come out. I'm gonna be first in line. I find it kind of funny that Moore refuses to sit down and talk with the guy. Another thing worth mentioning is that Mike has actually gotten death threats from the die hard Moore fans.

Here's an exert from his FAQ which you can read more of here:

Q: Hey @$$hole, who the F&!% are you to take on Michael Moore?
A: I’m a passionate guy with a camera who has a different perspective. Who the F&!% was Michael Moore to take on GM? I mean, really people, let’s be a little more tolerant of others’ opinions… Just because I disagree with Moore doesn’t mean my opinion isn’t valid, does it? Of course, I’ve noticed that Moore’s fans may be some of the least tolerant people in the world. I’ve actually received death threats from people who claim that it’s important to be heard, but demand that I shut up… I guess the 1st Amendment only applies when we’re at a protest or are demanding redistribution of wealth…

The first amendment only applies to left wing nut jobs who want to turn our country into a friggin' police state. (end sarcasm)

Tuesday, February 03, 2004

I've just put up

some great new links. Definitely worth your time to check them out. One of my favorites is the National Anthem link. It has all 4 stanzas of the Anthem, which most people don't even know exist. Got some more links coming soon, including some lefty links. I like to put them up so everyone can see how loony they really are. Keep checking in.

About the Overlord

I was sitting here, reading over my sometimes incoherent ramblings and I thought: Hey, I bet people wanna know what makes the Overlord tick, who he really is. Ok, nobody really wants to know that. But when you're the commander of a gigantic army of mutant geckos like I am, you can make people pretend to like you.

My real name is Ivan Rohde. Born in Milwaukee, I've lived here in Tampa FL most of my life. I've got the whole wife, dog and 2 1/2 kids thing going. I did have 3 once, but I so wanted to be part of the "mainstream" that I cut my youngest one in half. He didn't seem to mind too much. Myself and my family are pretty average in just about all ways. That's the way I like to run my blog. A common sense platform from a truly average American. I'm by no means an expert in anything. In fact, I'm actually a college dropout. So what does this guy know? you might ask. Well, only slightly more than the average American probably. And that's only because I take the time to educate myself. I started this blog because quite honestly, I needed somewhere to spew the frustration I was feeling watching this country that I love slip further and further into socialism. So I joined the RWA (Right Wing Alliance), and I am as we speak aiding the VRWC (Vast Right Wing Conspiracy). Now compared to the heavy hitters out there my blog is pretty insignificant in the big picture. But so were all of them at one point. Even IMAO began right here on blogspot. Besides, the thoughts of a rational, free thinking human being should never be considered insignificant. So what business do I have sitting here and telling everyone what to think? Well, there is the gigantic army of mutant gecko warriors at my disposal. Actually, I don't tell anyone what to think. I tell you what I think. Take it or leave it. Like and you can tell me. Don't like it and you can tell me. I love it when people disagree with me. It sparks debate, which sparks learning. Debating forces me to educate myself in order to prove my points. Especially when I debate with someone as smart or smarter (what I prefer) than myself. Contrary to my education level, I'm actually pretty smart. Did the whole ap classes and even had a scholarship to Duke ready for me if I hadn't been such a lazy bastard at the time. A good friend of mine (and one of the few people I hold in a very high intellectual regard, she knows who she is) said that my views are becoming more harsh, and she's right. My views have changed a bit. Actually,they haven't exactly changed so much as just become more harsh with less patience for the idiocy of the far left. Not so long ago, I was the true optimist with full hope that those on the left would see that the policies of socialism and government control just don't work. Well, I have in recent times begun to realize that the left will never change their views. I haven't figured out why that is yet. I can only say that it seems once a mind reaches a certain point, it becomes almost impossible to bring it back from the dark side. I have my own views. Most who know me consider me a conservative, though I probably lean a little more towards a free capitalist libertarian (meaning I believe the government has no business regulating our lives or business for that matter). I have certain ethical views, such as my pro-life stance. The death penalty is an issue I'm torn on still. There are good arguments either way, though the really valid arguments are usually ignored by the "mainstream" (I'm still trying to figure out exactly who gets to decide what mainstream is, apparently it's the libs as they are always crying about someone not being in the mainstream). So read if you want to. If you like it, tell your friends. If they don't' want to read then threaten to beat them up with a baseball bat. If you don't like it, feel free to never come back. Although you will, because I'm sitting here as we speak with my little mind control device (donated by the Right Wing Alliance of course) slowly brainwashing you. And if by chance you're wearing your little tin foil hats, know this. I still have the GAMGW (Gigantic Army of Mutant Gecko Warriors) at my beck-and-call. And I am not afraid to use them. MUHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sharon is caving!!!

In what I can only say is disturbingly sad news, Prime Minister Sharon has decided to evacuate the Jewish settlements from the Gaza strip. Say it ain't so Sharon. Personally, I think this sucks. To me, Israel has been a perfect example of how terrorism should be dealt with. With equal and superior violence. The most disturbing part of this decision to me is that it shows terrorists that their methods work. Kill enough people, and they will cave. The libs should be happy, after all, Israel is following America's "enlightening" philosophy that "violence doesn't solve anything". Bull. This story really pisses me off. I can only hope it's part of a brilliant strategy to group all the palestinians into one area and then carpet bomb them into annihilation.

Arab suicide bomber

The Israeli Government has released a video of the aftermath of a homicide/suicide attack. If you ask me, it's about time they showed the rest of the world what they were fighting against. Not that it matters cuz (begin sarcasm)we all know dem joos is evil. You can't blame the Palestinians!! It's the JOOOOOS you fools!! (end sarcasm) Anyhow, the Washington Post has the full story here.

Destroying the Dissenters

The dissenting opinions are being quelched my friends. And it's not being done by us. The left is at it once again, forcing their liberal crap down the throats of college students. I thought it was the right that was trying to ban free speech? So much for the oppressive right.

Monday, February 02, 2004

An angry letter to Bush

Todd Schnitt came across an e-letter on It's the tale of an angry father.

Super Bowl boobies

So if you haven't heard, then for God's sake buy a friggin' TV. During last nights half-time show of the Super Bowl Justin Timberlake ripped off a piece of Janet Jackson's outfit exposing some boobage. They, as well as CBS/MTV/Viacom apologized saying it was not intentional. Uh huh. Yeah, and uhm, I've got this bridge for sale in California...really cheap. This was a pitiful publicity stunt for her new album, nothing more. CBS has gotten countless complaints, and rightfully so. This is after-all, a family show. The FCC is going to investigate and blah, blah, blah. Who cares? Honestly I was more offended by the assault on my intelligence by the terrible lip synch job these idiots did. Ok, Kid Rock didn't lip synch, but he did mistreat the American Flag. That kind of p'ed me off. Should CBS be penalized for allowing an obviously staged event like this go through? Absolutely. Should it be by the FCC? Absolutely not. I would like to see CBS be punished by the ultimate disciplinarian. The consumers. Let America punish CBS through the free market. Morality is not something to be governed by legislature. It is an individuals' own code of ethics. If people were really upset with what happened, as I was (my kids were watching with me), then let them show by, here's a crazy idea, not giving CBS our business. It's as simple as that, we don't like it, we go somewhere else. God I love capitalism. Sadly, this probably won't happen as people are so used to being told what is and isn't morally acceptable that they will piss and moan but not really do anything accept wait for the FCC to slap a pitiful fine on CBS. My kudos to the NFL though, who has all but said that MTV/Viacom (and we may as well say CBS since they are all sister companies) will never do another Super Bowl (at least not in the near future). That's the way the market should be regulated. I don't like the way you do business, so I won't do business with you. End of story.

Oh, and by the way, is case you were wondering the Pats won on a last second field goal 32-29.