Wednesday, September 29, 2004


Well, we are all moved into our new house.

I have broadband finally...yippee!

Wednesday, September 22, 2004

The Big Lebowski sucked..but this guy was alot of fun.

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This work of art was written by Buckwheat Jones over at

White Trash Around The World

Delbert Tarwater lived just outside of Arnold, Missouri in a double-wide trailer he rented from his step mother.Periodically employed and perpetually hung-over, Tarwater was a 45 year old ne'er-do-well who occasionally found work as a common laborer. From time to time in the warm months, he would drive his rust-encrusted Camaro into nearby St. Louis to look for work cutting grass or hanging sheetrock. At night he typically exhausted his compensation package on cans of Busch beer that he consumed in front of the television set while grazing at the trough of cable programming. Ashley, his common law wife of eight years, stayed out of his way, but made sure to have his Hungry Man Dinners on the table within 10 minutes of his arrival each evening. And since she never knew when he would be arriving home for vittles one night to the next, her management skills were seriously challenged. Knowing Delbert's tendency to grow violent if his "supper weren't ready on time," however, she coped as best she could. Her "best" was not without its shortcomings, though, for in their time together Ashley made three trips to the emergency room after "falling down the stairs." Now Delbert could never properly explain how this had happened in a single story mobile home, but since no one ever asked, his ability for quick thinking was never fully explored.A violent sort, Delbert was not simply a mindless neanderthal. He did have opinions on things and he did believe in God. He was a religious man, though he never attended services, saying that he heard the Lord speak to him everyday and not just on Sundays. ('Sides....Sundays were made for football.)And what the Lord told Delbert was that He, the Saviour, was the Light the Truth and the Way. And those who believed in Him during Mortal Life were guaranteed Eternal Paradise in the Afterlife. You could be free to enjoy yourself in any way imaginable, Tarwater believed, and so he told his friends that he'd like a big screen TV with 296 channels, limitless supplies of Busch beer, and a La-Z-Boy rocker with a chemical toilet built in so he'd never have to get up. No kidding.So strong were Delbert's religious convictions that he felt nothing but contempt for all others. In fact, he considered any beliefs besides his own to be downright heresy. But since he didn't really know how to spell "heresy," he simply thought those who didn't share his religion were going straight to hell. Labeling him intolerant was to be generous. Delbert hated Catholics, Presbyterians, and Lutherans. He hated Methodists, Baptists and Jews.Particularly Jews.This was to be his downfall and it eventually consumed his life. For a dozen years before, his sister had supposedly been raped by a Jew. What a poor white girl from Arnold had been doing with a rich Jewish lawyer from an affluent neighborhood in St. Louis was anybody's guess, and more than a few of Delbert's kinfolk had thought it just a cover story for something else. But in Delbert's view, the woman had disgraced the family with a bastard child. And her tale of being summarily dumped by a "Mr. Goldberg" from the city was a simple dollop of insult plopped atop a helping of injury.Perhaps there really had been a gentleman caller from St. Louis, or maybe Delbert's sister had just done the nasty with a member the local gentry. No one really knew, but some strongly suspected it was all a lie. Knowing of her older brother's temper and his intolerance of other religions, not to mention the Tarwater family's clannish nature, a few thought it likely that Tiffany had simply gotten herself knocked up and then blamed her pregnancy on a mystery man from the minority Delbert hated most. While she may have done this to divert the heat from her own activities, it seriously backfired on her. For in his zeal to recoup the dignity of the good family name, as well as " to square the house with the Lord," Delbert nearly killed her with a punitive beating that left her bleeding, broken and childless.And so that took care of family matters. And now Delbert's reserve of anger was tapped, and he decided to go after the real culprit, "Mr. Goldberg." With his sister's jaw wired shut from her trip down the stairs, it was difficult for Tarwater to glean enough information about the rapist to summarily track him down. So after several days of effort, he did the next best thing. He went after a synagogue.Now it had long been suspected that Delbert Tarwater belonged to the local Klavern, but since folks out in rural parts stick together, nothing was ever mentioned to the FBI about it in the subsequent investigation. Fact is, though, most everybody in the locality knew who belonged to the Klan and who didn't. And most folks also knew to keep such information to themselves. Some of that was borne out of loyalty. Some out of fear. Vengeance was sometimes the same thing as local justice.Regardless, Delbert's anger got the best of him and whether he did it with help or acted alone, he was later implicated, arrested and convicted in the 1992 pipe bombing of the Shalom Beth Synagogue in west St. Louis County.Fourteen died, most of them kids. A lot more were injured. For his part Tarwater showed no remorse and in fact, considered his act to have advanced the notion of God in the world. If you could get rid of some of the Jews, that left fewer of them to get in the way of the truly God-fearing people.And so for the past 10 years, Delbert Tarwater has occupied an 8'x8' cell in the Death House at the Missouri State Pennitentiary outside of Jefferson City where he has been scorned by all good and decent folk who know the case. For what he has done he is universally hated as an intolerant bigot that kills in the name of a polluted understanding of God; a wife-beater and a thug, as well as a man who will bring the pain to his own siblings for vilifying his good name.Red Neck or Low Life, Tarwater is despised by the Right as a corruption of good and decent family values. He is viewed by the Left as typical White Trash, an unrefined and dangerous product of a neo-conservatism that has slid off the table into the puddle of Fascism. They have no problem calling him a Nazi, and it elevates their own principles to look down their noses at his.On the other hand, the Conservative mind hates Tarwater simply because he is a menace to society. They don't care so much that he is some unsophisticated backwoods mullet-sporting hoosier. They want him locked up and/or exterminated because he is a danger to everybody else. His type of behavior is just as intolerable in Arnold, Missouri as it is in Baghad, Iraq. And it can be condoned neither here nor there. But only the Right will stand up and say so. This is where the Liberals get off the bus.See, Delbert Tarwater is just a metaphor. He doesn't really exist except to put a face on Radical Fundamentalist Islam. And although he epitomizes the worst in Redneck America, Delbert Tarwater is really the same guy as Musab al-Zarqawi, the terrorist beheading people over in Iraq. Both entities are intolerant bigots. Both are myopic in their religious views to the exclusion of others. Both consider it a right to use women as SpeedBags, and both feel justified employing violence to get what they want out of life. For these guys, the end Always justifies the means. And just like some of their Red Neck counterparts, Islamists have no problem killing the innocent either as a target or by accident. Collateral damage just isn't a consideration because as long as they're doing it for a good cause, they get to spend eternity satisfying their physical appetites by humping virgins or drinking beer. These are the rewards of those who are slaves to their baser urges.(Note to self: If in the afterlife the body is divorced from the soul, how do the Mullahs sell this one to the herd?)Now when guys like Delbert do what they do over here in the US, they draw fire from both ends of the political spectrum. For members of the Right, it as an assault on decency. Members of the Left may see it that way too, but I think they consider themselves so far above the level of common White Trash, they don't hesitate to draw the labels "Fascist" and "Nazi" out of the holster. So evidently being compared to those labels are bad things.And if they are bad things, why don't they condemn what goes on everday in Israel and Iraq? For surely there are no better examples of Fascism than the coercive tactics used by the White Trash of the Middle East, are there? And if this is so, then why do Liberals liken Bush to Hitler instead of likening al-Zarqawi to Hitler? Why don't they scream about the atrocities that terrorists commit from the same wellspring of outrage as Conservatives? Why do they fixate upon Abu Grahib while ignoring Jack Hensley, Eugene Armstrong and Nicholas Berg?Because they fear for their own skins, that's why. They are less concerned about Justice than they are about the impression they make upon all the other Liberals from Hollywood to Paris. They place a premium upon Political Correctness, because while everyone can get behind a condemnation of a Delbert Tarwater, they shut up when it comes to criticizing Musab al-Zarqawi and Islamofascism at large, simply because they don't want to be seen as criticizing Islam in general. Instead, the Left points the finger of blame at George Bush as if he had done the beheadings himself.Being a Muslim, even of an extremely radical flavor, means that their religion, their culture is different from ours. And simply being of a different culture means that the Good Liberal Mind cannot hold them accountable for their barbarism for fear of appearing judgmental, imperialistic, jingoistic, fascistic or above all, Intolerant.And so if the Good Liberal cannot criticize what needs to be criticized; if he cannot call Evil by its name, then in this fight against Terrorism he is useless. Targeting and executing innocent people because cotton shirts are more easily penetrated than Kevlar is justified neither by sanity nor morality, no matter the political cause. It's wrong no matter how you slice it, and so if the elevated minds of Hollywood and France must wait for consensus before taking action against this type of naked brutality, then they are simply a collection of followers.And that's OK. The world needs followers, too. But they should know their place as such, instead of calling Conservatives a bunch of Imperialistic Stormtroopers. ( fight demands Leadership. It does not require a group affirmation of what evil is. It does not need committee approval before action is taken. And it does not need the approval of Liberalism to prosecute its goals. It simply needs a Leader. And for this reason, John Kerry is not the man for the job. He plainly wants, and daily calls for, Multilateralism. But his cry for it is an end rather than a means, for he wants America to fight a nice war. A good war. A friendly war. A war that gets the job done, but does so only with a nod of approval from Jacques Chirac and Tim Robbins.A short time ago two Americans were beheaded in Iraq. Following that, Islamists posted a message on a website in which they said,""The Muslim blood is not water and the honor of Muslim women won't go to waste...." ( Honor of Muslim women? Remember the Olympics? Recall Robina Muqimyar, the Afghani girl who ran in the 100 meters? She wore pants and came in dead last. And even though she covered her legs as a gesture of modesty, Radical Islam still called for her head. Back home in Kabul, some reporter stuck a microphone in Joe Muslim's face and asked him what he thought about that. And Joe Muslim did not dissappoint. He said, "If she were my sister, I'd kill her for bringing shame upon my family." Remember Delbert's sister in the story above? Sure, she's just a work of fiction. But that oafish mindset is still plenty real. And if this is the brand of Islam we are up against, then we certainly aren't duty-bound to tiptoe around that sort of ignorance. White Trash is White Trash whether it wears a turban or a mullet. And if Political Correctness is blind to that, then it's vote will be appropriately cast for Kerry and Edwards who want the country to be liked rather than secure.No. America should have a leader who will fight against intolerance, bigotry, oppression and evil. But she needs a man who can exercise the political will to hit terror right back without waiting on the rest of the world to get behind him. That's what a leader does. And that's how George W. Bush has behaved over the last four years. In the next four years, I expect to see more of the same.

Today's liberals are UNAmerican.

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September 22, 2004 - Politicians have successfully divided 290 million individuals into a handful of nice neat little voting blocks easy to pander to. The liberal media (who is rarely fair or balanced about anything), has brain soaked the country into thinking “fair & balanced” reporting is of more value than just plain “truthful” reporting.In the real world, truth is often unbalanced and rarely fair, especially to those who find themselves standing on the wrong side of truth.Occasionally, circumstances demand that we set aside congeniality and get right down to calling things by their rightful name. This seems like one of those occasions.I’m not sure there has ever been more at stake than in this election, but atop the list is the impending extinction of truth. Political correctness can sometimes serve the worth while purpose of setting an amenable tone for public discourse. But in case you hadn’t noticed, the current tone in America is anything but amenable. So political correctness has lost its luster, and it is no longer of any viable use.What I’m about to tell you is not something you don’t already know. It’s just stuff you have forgotten because nobody has been allowed to say it around here for a long time. At one time, liberal was not a dirty word. But many of today’s liberals are better described by the term socialist, and though they seem to not care much for this term, it is no less appropriate.Here’s another term liberals bristle at, anti-American. This is also the correct term for the behavior I have been witnessing for some years, and that permeates the liberal movement today.I realize these terms seem harsh in a day when we are not supposed to call things by their rightful name. But sometimes, when we call evil by a more pleasant name, we overlook the fact that it is still evil.Today’s liberals, today’s Democratic Party leadership, and the handful of billionaires supporting them, are in fact socialists and they are in fact anti-American.Of all the words used to describe what America is, what defines being American, there are none more appropriate than the words written long ago. That every man is “created” equal, with the uniquely American Right and opportunity to become anything we want, including “unequal”.Of all the Rights we have enjoyed since our nations birth, there are none more precious than our individual Right to Life, personal Liberty, and the Right of each of us, black, white, rich, poor, third generation or immigrant American, to pursue our own unique idea of happiness.America is the richest nation on earth as a direct result of our economic design. America not only produces more millionaires than any country in earth’s history, but everyone fortunate enough to call themselves American, enjoys a lifestyle second to none in the world.So if you are anti-Capitalism, you are anti-American, because nothing is more American than good old fashion capitalism.95% of Americans consider themselves to be spiritual, believing in a higher power, a greater good, a life beyond this life, and since the beginning of time, this bedrock belief has served our nation well.Further, America is predominantly a Christian nation, and because it is, even those who are non-believers enjoy blessings most in the world can’t imagine. Because our nation was built on the foundation of Judeo Christian values, we are all free to worship as we see fit, including not at all.So if you are anti-religion, you are in fact anti-American. You must realize that there is a difference between being a non-believer, and being an antagonist, a difference between not subscribing to the belief, and belittling others who believe, or who freely express their belief.America believes first and foremost in our individual Right to Life. Liberty and happiness are unattainable without first obtaining a Right to live. If you believe its right to deny anyone this most basic Right, you are in fact anti-American. If you deny anyone this Right as a matter of convenience, you are no better than those we condemn around the globe for acts of genocide, or brutality against their own, and you are un-American.America is the worlds super-power, not only militarily, but also economically, spiritually and in our unparalleled acts of generosity practiced at home and around the globe. We are, because America has always stood tall in the face of evil, always refused to allow ourselves to be divided, especially while confronting an evil. America is known around the world as the world’s great melting pot. People have come from all corners, of different ethnicities, different talents, different dreams, different individual challenges and different circumstances. And for more than two hundred years, we have melted into one society, as American’s. Those who aim to divide us now, based on our race, our economic status, our Religious beliefs, our individual understanding of the world, particularly in the name of political opportunism, are in fact, un-American.Thousands gave their lives, their futures, so that we might have the chance to live and grow in this, the greatest nation on earth. They gave everything, so that we might have something worth fighting for. No matter how high minded your intentions, if you are willing to trade this to be a small piece of any one world order, you are in fact un-American.There is no getting around the truth. The truth doesn’t have a side, it doesn’t belong to any particular political Party, it’s not subject to the eye of the beholder, or negotiable, it just is.America is more than a piece of land, a geographical spot on the globe. It is a set of ideals, a way of life, a people, free because we are brave. Brave not because we are willing to die for our own freedom, but because we have always been willing to die for the freedom and liberty of others, even when we didn’t have to.To forget this, to degrade it or belittle it, to play politics with it, is un-American. Many liberals are not just liberal today, they are socialists, and they are un-American for all the reasons I stated and more. The DNC needs new leadership and they will continue to lose power until they get it. The simple truth is, that’s how it should be!

Monday, September 20, 2004

12 thoughts for 2004

I wonder if anyone even reads this crap I post? At least when I post the funny, some of my loyal readers I'll take that as a lesson to stop posting political rantings. (Not really, but it crossed my mind)

12. Life is sexually transmitted.

11. Good Health is merely the slowest possible rate at which one can die.

10. Men have two emotions: Hungry and Horny. If you see him without an erection, make him a sandwich!

9. Give a person a fish and you feed them for a day; teach a person to use the Internet and they won't bother you for weeks.

8. Some people are like Slinkies.....not really good for anything, but you still can't help but smile when you see one tumble down the stairs.

7. Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in hospitals dying of nothing.

6. Whenever I feel blue, I start breathing again.

5. All of us could take a lesson from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism.

4. Why does a slight tax increase cost you two hundred dollars and a substantial tax cut saves you thirty cents?

3. In the 60's, people took acid to make the world weird. Now the world is weird and people take Prozac to make it normal.

2. Politics is supposed to be the second oldest profession. I have come to realize that it bears a very close resemblance to the first.

AND THE # 1 THOUGHT FOR 2004: "Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well-preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, Champagne in one hand, strawberries in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming "WOO HOO - What a ride!

Wednesday, September 15, 2004

Take heed and hope from this!

CHICAGO (CBS 2) The presidential election is just 48 days away now, and
according to an exclusive new poll of Illinois voters, George W. Bush and
Kerry could be in a virtual dead heat.The turn in this election tide
could set
up a political stunner. Illinois is a Democratic powerhouse in
elections, and John Kerry does maintain a small lead in our
exclusive CBS 2
poll, but President Bush appears to be gaining support among
voters.Illinois no
longer looks like a sure thing for Democrat John Kerry.
His once 13 percentage
point lead is now down to four points. That's exactly
our survey's margin of
accuracy, meaning the contest could be a dead-heat.
There are signs galore at a
Republican office in New Trier Township. Workers
say they're sensing a new
enthusiasm for the Bush-Cheney ticket in an area
with lots of swing voters --
swing voters who've chosen more and more
Democrats in recent years. Some top
Republicans still fear Bush could lose
these voters, but others are expressing
new confidence.“I'm convinced he's
gonna win Illinois. I really believe that.
And I know that's a frightful
prospect for the Democrats, but just look at the
numbers,” said GOP
Committeeman T. Tolbert Chisum.The numbers in our exclusive
CBS 2/Newsradio
780 poll put Kerry at 49 percent and Bush at 45 percent.“Well, I
don't think
there are any surprises here in truth, because you have the
impact of being off the air for five weeks, during which time the
campaign was bombarded by the negative ads from the Swift Boat Veterans
Truth, who were not telling the truth,” said Avis Lavelle with the
Kerry-Edwards campaign.Chisum said he believes the Swift Boat Veterans are
driving this surge in Illinois. “I think it's driving it in Illinois and I
it's driving it around the country,” he said.Democrats and Republicans
agree that Kerry's been badly wounded by his Swift Boat foes. Our
survey may
mean the Kerry Campaign will no longer be quite so confident
here. They haven't
even sent any yard signs or bumper stickers to IllinoisIn
the U.S. Senate race,
our survey found Republican Alan Keyes losing ground
to Barack Obama. The
Democrat had a 39 percentage point lead last month; now
it's 41 percentage

A dead heat in Illionois is something the DNC couldn't have predicted. Illinois is a blue state through and through. Thanks mostly to people in Chicago, and lifelong straight-ticket Democrats. It's those straight-ticket people who are starting to realize what it means to vote for anyone with that big D after their name, they are beginning to see which party has their best interest at heart.

Now if we can only convince those pesky corpses to stop voting, we may just take this state back from the moonbats among us.

Monday, September 13, 2004

Top Nine commments NBC would like to erase from Olympic history.

This post stolen from

Here are the top nine comments made by NBC sports commentators so far during the Summer Olympics that they would like to take back:

1. Weightlifting commentator: "This is Gregoriava from Bulgaria. I saw her snatch this morning during her warm up and it was amazing.."

2. Dressage commentator: "This is really a lovely horse and I speak from personal experience since I once mounted her mother."

3. Paul Hamm, Gymnast: "I owe a lot to my parents, especially my mother and father."

4. Boxing Analyst: "Sure there have been injuries and even some deaths in boxing, but none of them really that serious."

5. Softball announcer: "If history repeats itself, I should think we can expect the same thing again."

6. Basketball analyst: "He dribbles a lot and the opposition doesn't like it. In fact you can see it all over their faces."

7. At the rowing medal ceremony: "Ah, isn't that nice, the wife of the IOC president is hugging the cox of the British crew."

8. Soccer commentator: "Julian Dicks is everywhere.. It's like they've got eleven Dicks on the field."

9. Tennis commentator: "One of the reasons Andy is playing so well is that, before the final round, his wife takes out his balls and kisses them... Oh my God, what have I just said?"

I haven't always been a good man. Part 1

I have been arrested in my life. Three times specifically. There are several times I could have been arrested along with these, and just lucked out.

At the prompting of my friend Graumagus at I will tell the quite funny story of how I eneded up in jail for the second time in my life. The story of the first time I wound up in jail is not so funny, but it is a good example of why I should have known I am an alcoholic.

The Skinny:

I had moved to the state of Washington to live with my brother, and pursue a carreer in cooking (that never happened). I spent most of my time in our apartment, watching TV and playing the super-nintendo. I would occasionally, go to town and drink, or hang out and make fun of "greeners". "Greeners" are the people who attend Evergreen State University, or hippie-U as I call it. Well, one day while I lived there, I was asked to drive a friend of my brother's to Seatac airport. I got him there, and all was well. On the way home, I was listening to the local alternative radio station, and not paying attention, and got pulled over for doing 95 in a 55. The cop was pretty cool about it, and wrote me the ticket. I didn't have a WA liscense yet, but he said that was fine, if i got one, and went to court, they would drop the other $250 dollars of the fine, and I would only have the speeding ticket.
I thought that was cool, and I could do that.I went down the next day and took the driving test, and got a new liscense. Two weeks later, I moved back to Illinois, completely forgetting that I had a court date.
My brother sent me a letter a few months later, telling me that there was a bench warrant in WA for me. I called the court, and they said if I paid the fine, they would drop the warrant. So I sent them the $250, and all was good again.

About a month later, I am driving to my buddy Graumagus' house, and god do I have to pee, so I start speeding like a nascar driver. I am going at least 75 in a 45. Well, needless to say I get pulled over. the cop asks me what the hurry was, and I tell him I really have to pee. I hand over my liscense, and proof of insurance, and sit waiting. And waiting. And waiting some more.

The cop comes back to the car, and he has a backup car pulled up behind him now, he asks me to step out of my vehicle. I about lost the pee I had been holding, but got out, slowly. I was asked to turn around and put my hands on the hood of the car. the cop then asks me if I have any weapons on me. I turned around, and emptied my pockets.
I was carrying a small spring steel baton, a pocket knife that was BARELY legal, a keychain attachment that is used like brass knuckles, and some mace. ( I like to be prepared. Just in case) The guy asked me if I was planning on fighting, I told him no. I just like to be able to defend myself if something goes wrong. He looks me up and down, and asks me if I have problems with people trying to pick fights with me. (At this time in my life I am 6'5" and around 260 lbs.) I tell him that occassionally yeah I do. We have a chuckle.

He then explained to me that I did not have a valid liscense, and that he had to take me in to jail. It seems that, in the excitement of getting rid of the bench warrant against me, I forgot to pay the original speeding ticket. Oops. I plead with him to take my car to Grau's house, as it is now only ONE BLOCK away. He has his back-up guy drive my car there, and let's me go to the door to explain it to.
I knock on the door, and when he answers Grau says something like dude you could have come in. I show him my hand-cuffed hands, and realize they can't see the cop behind me when our friend Anathematized1 says loudly, "Oh don't worry, I have the keys to those."
My Response was,
"I don't think the nice officer behind me would like that very much." As I turned to the side to show them that I was indeed under arrest.

I explained to Grau that I was leaving the car there, and going to jail. They all laughed at me for speeding beause I had to pee.

Eventually Graumagus himself had to come bail me out of jail( ok, he didn't HAVE to, but he did), because NOONE in my family would come do it.

And that is the story of how I went to jail because IO had to pee.

Stay tuned for more "I haven't always been a good man." stories.

Sunday, September 12, 2004

P.C. Lexicon

Found this surfing the web, thought I would share. Oh, and please add to it, as I think it is sort of outdated.
P.C. Lexicon Should Come In Handy

English is a living language, always changing under the pressure of euphemism and verbal politics. Here are some translations for the modern reader:

activity intolerance: lower back pain
transitional assistance: welfare
after-sales services: kickbacks
involuntary administrative segregation: solitary confinement
three-day wait for a gun: regulation
one-day wait for an abortion: restriction
communications strategist: public relations person
creative response conceptions: PR
tug of peace: tug of war conducted by sensitive people
content providers: writers
compound: the home and property of someone reporters consider an extremist. (Thanks to Michelle Malkin.)
wedgislation: proposed law not intended to be passed or even seriously debated, but introduced solely to embarass the opposition. (William Saletan of Slate.)
not multicultural enough: white (For instance: "Many classes are no longer reading 'Catcher in the Rye' because the central character, Holden Caufield, isn't multicultural enough.")
sporadic protests and vandalism: a race riot, as reported by The New York Times
disturbances: race riots, second-day reference in the Times
special interests: your opponent's supporters
public-spirited citizens: your supporters
concerned Americans from around this great country: your non-local supporters
outside agitators: your opponent's non-local supporters
non-traditional sex: perversion
sex worker: prostitute, stripper, porn actor
false consciousness: she still loves her husband
leather community: sadomasochists
solo sexual activity, sex for one: masturbation
narratized sexual harassment: off-color joke
uncoerced sex: rare or obsolescent form of campus sexuality. "Many women like uncoerced sex," said Kathryn Abrams, Boston University law professor.
gender illusionist: cross-dresser, person in drag
intergenerational intimacy: pedophilia, statutory rape
homophobia: disagreement with the demands, tactics or manners of any gay activist
activist volunteering: new radical feminist term for a mother's kidnapping of her child after the courts have given custody to the father (thanks to Cathy Young)
paleoliberals: people of the left who have the exact same opinions they had in 1952. (Thanks to Mickey Kaus.)
grandparent clock: grandfather clock
foreparents: forefathers
underrepresented: we need quotas
should look like America: we need quotas
numerical goals and timetables: quotas
race-sensitive programs: quotas
fair group representation: quotas
employment equity: quotas
equitable distribution of available resources: quotas
should receive euthanasia: should be killed
advocacy scholarship: politicized teaching, classroom propaganda
sensitivity training: indoctrination
freshman orientation: indoctrination
multicultural issues editor (of a college paper): censor
post-colonial people: non-whites
people who never suffered colonialism: whites
undocumented workers: illegal aliens
beings: replaces "human beings." Removal of the word "human," with its warm and positive overtone, verbally sets the stage for the killing of infants and incapacitated oldsters, while at the same time making animals the equals of humans. (Thanks to Wesley Smith.)
monocultural: white
emotional battering: domestic quarrel
economic censorship: no grant this year from the National Endowment for the Arts
emotional violence: criticism
violence of the tongue: criticism
verbal abuse: any joke or remark you don't like
evolutionary fur: fake fur
strict constructionists: judges who follow the law and precedent instead of just voting their political opinions
in-plant feeding facility: cafeteria
moderate Republican: liberal
reactionary right-wing Republican: conservative
deaccession: censor, destroy. "Many people believe the mural of Indians scalping while settlers should be deaccessioned for reasons of sensitivity."
suffragist: retro term for suffragette
gaming: gambling
after-death care: cremation
virtuecrat: Bill Bennett
unwanted sex: either rape or consensual sex regretted the next morning
visual rape: staring, ogling
mental rape: pleading for sex
symbolic rape: criticism
seared, mutilated animal flesh: hamburger
procedure: abortion
choice: abortion
anti-choice: anti-abortion
selective reduction: abortion
effecting fetal demise: abortion
exercise of a woman's right: abortion
pregnancy-related services: abortion
late-term abortion: partial-birth abortion
reproductive health community: abortion lobby
inappropriate: crooked, totally immoral
backlash: resistance to your ideas
organized religion: an outdated and prepackaged faith; any form of spirituality not invented recently by you or your friends, or not seen recently on "Oprah"
cult: any small religion disapproved of by three or more journalists

Friday, September 10, 2004

I am thoroughly disgusted.

They have the nerve to call draft-dodging cowards courageous. Courageous. I feel like this at least should make some people on the left feel a little ashamed, but it won't.

"Historians, and critics of American policy", aren't those the same thing once you leave our borders? Oh, and while I'm fuming here, what the hell does CURRENT foreign policy have to do with a war that ended over twenty years ago?

One more thing before I go.

Since when is "war resister" synonymous with running like a girl for the border?

Draft-dodger memorial to be built in B.C.
Last Updated Wed, 08 Sep 2004 11:27:18 EDT

NELSON, B.C. - B.C. activists plan to erect a bronze sculpture honouring
draft dodgers, four decades after Americans opposed to the Vietnam War sought
refuge in Canada.
The memorial, created by artists in Nelson, B.C., ties
into a two-day celebration planned for July 2006 that pays tribute to as many as
125,000 Americans who fled to Canada between 1964 and 1977.

"This will mark the courageous legacy of
Vietnam War resisters and the Canadians who helped them resettle in this country
during that tumultuous era," Isaac Romano, the director of the Our Way Home
festival told a news conference in Nelson Tuesday.
The event will honour
people who came to Canada and resisted war efforts, from burning their draft
cards during the Vietnam War to leaving the army to protest the war in Iraq,
Romano said.
Musicians – many of who participated in the anti-war movement –
will play at the festival, scheduled for July 8-9, 2006. Historians and critics
of U.S. foreign policy will speak and a documentary about American war resisters
by director Michelle Mason will be screened.
Estimates of the number of
Americans who came to Canada because they opposed the Vietnam War range from
50,000 to 125,000.
They sought refuge in Canada between 1964 and 1977 in one
of the biggest political exoduses in U.S. history.
The first wave of Vietnam
era immigrants, called "draft dodgers," was largely middle class and educated.
Deserters from the army came later, mostly with little education or money.
Many of the war resisters settled in British Columbia, especially in the
Gulf Islands, the Sunshine Coast and the West Kootenay, the B.C. Interior region
where Nelson is located.
Thousands returned south after President Jimmy
Carter granted them amnesty in 1977, but the 1986 census indicated that half
stayed in Canada.

Thursday, September 09, 2004

I will now attempt to define the word "FACT".

Fact, it seems so simple does it not? A fact is something that irrefutibly happened.

However, I have noticed that certain people, mainly left-wing authors, and news casters are redefining fact. I will now attempt to lay out the two definitions.

Fact, definition one:

Anything you hear that sounds like it might make someone you don't like or approve of sound bad.

Some little-known lefty facts:

  1. George Bush used cocaine at camp David in the eighties.
  2. Zell Miller was drugged during his keynote speech during the RNC, he is also in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease.
  3. Barbara Bush is nearly a practicing witch, and sometimes casts bad mojo at her son's political opponents.
  4. The ACLU has the best interests of America at heart, but the NRA is an evil fascist political machine.
  5. The middle-east would be fine, and all would be peaceful if it weren't for those uppity jews trying to live there.
  6. Islam is a peaceful religion, it's the Christians of the world with their traditional values that cause all the trouble.
  7. Only the democratic party cares about art, equality, or diversity. They prove it by trying to legislate middle-class white men out of the picture.
  8. Bill Clinton is a hero because he dodged the draft, Dick Cheney is a coward for getting deferments.
  9. Freedom of speech is great! Especially once we shut those people up who think that they have a right to speak their minds.
  10. A gun in the hands of a law abiding citizen is far too dangerous. People could get shot, I mean, if people shot criminals it would be like having the death penalty!
  11. The death penalty should be deemed unconstitutional.

Definition Two:

Something that happened.

Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Today is the first day of.............

..........the counterattacks on Bush.

Keep your eyes and ears open to the news media as they start the assault against Bush's record during his National Guard tour. This is a feeble attempt to draw attention away from John Kerry.

I find it very telling that the left has sunk so low as to try to draw attention AWAY from their candidate. I do have a theory on this however...two in fact.

Theory 1:

The National Guard is more hated by the lefty-liberal-tree hugging-dirty hippies than the regular Army, because they were the ones called in to quell their uprisings in the sixties. President Bush, being a representative of the National Guard from this era is a perfect target for the hositilities of a generation of peaceniks. People who thought "free love", and "make love not war" were viable alternatives for national security.
They seek to make it sound like Bush avoided Vietnam out of some spite for his country. Disregarding the fact that they were all silent on Bill Clinton's DRAFT-DODGING. These people hate the regular military, but since John Kerry has made such great strides in disarming, and defaming our troops, he's now an OK guy to vote for. Even if he was a baby killer.

Theory 2:
The failure of John Kerry has been planned all along. I postulated about this a long time ago over at, and it all seems to be falling into place.
The actual leadership of the Democratic party knew that John Kerry would cave in under the pressure of G.W. Bush, and made sure he was thrust forward as a sacrificial lamb. They want four more years of Bush, so that come 2008, they have a clean slate from which to run their ideal candidate, Hillary Clinton. They knew Hillary would be crushed by Bush as well, and chose wisely to put forth someone else to take one for the team. John Kerry "sort of" represents what the new Democrats are about, socialism, total governmental control from cradle to grave, the elimination of personal property as a mark of success...etc. But, he doesn't have the message in his soul.
The new Democrats want a candidate who lives and breathes their leftist social agenda, and who will makes sure the US falls in line with the rest of the world. They yearn for acceptance among those they view as the "Cultural Elite". Nations like France, Germany, The Netherlands, Spain. Thes are nations that the leftists worship for their "progressive" ideologies.
John Kerry was never meant to be a real threat to Bush, and the only reason he is now, is that the media wasn't let in on the plan. John Kerry is a placeholder, someone to run who will make noise, but ultimately lose. People will hear him, but soon forget him, but not his party. Nor will they forget his party's continually left-sliding agenda.
Getting the agenda out there was John's only purpose, and soon that purpose will be served, and the new Democrats will flush him away like his namesake.

Convention "Con Games"
by L. Brent Bozell IIISeptember 8, 2004

It was a sign of the venom that was set to drip from the fangs of the liberal media in New York during the Republican convention last week. On the eve of the GOP gathering, Tom Brokaw ended his special Sunday night anchoring duties with a little commentary charging that the Republicans’ decision to feature "middle of the road" speakers, in contrast to the party’s "hard right" positions, was "the political equivalent of a popular con game in this tough town, three-card monte."
But the real convention "con game" was the media’s attempt to present themselves as "moderate" analysts when in fact they are hard-core liberals dedicated to the electoral overthrow of George W. Bush.
The networks made a mockery of fairness and balance, behaving like eager publicists in Boston only to pose as outraged debunkers in New York.
Reporters did not snicker when the Democrats trotted out a handful of generals and admirals, and the networks did not call it a ‘con game’ when the Democrats showcased John Kerry as tough on national security when he’s voted against an alphabet soup of crucial weapons systems and proposed cuts for our nation’s intelligence agencies, even after September 11 unfolded.
The same network journalists who never found a reason to discuss abortion or the foisting of "gay marriage" on America during the Democratic convention felt the pressing need to remind, remind, remind the viewers of the ridiculous sham before their eyes: "hard right" social conservatives were being hidden behind Rudy, Arnold, and John McCain. When Brokaw called it a con game, he was stating publicly what his colleagues insinuated all week long.
But Brokaw grew even stronger in denouncing Republican social stands. In his afternoon convention gig on MSNBC, Brokaw declared to Senator Susan Collins of Maine: "You have no place in this convention. The platform does not seem to speak to a lot of women in this country. It's anti-abortion, it does not expand stem-cell research, on other social issues in which women have some interest, for example, gay unions, is formally opposed to that."
In the liberal brain of Tom Brokaw, "women" as a group are uniformly pro-abortion, uniformly in favor of government-subsidized embryo-destroying stem cell research, and uniformly in favor of so-called gay marriage. Only a liberal views the ultraliberal social agenda just described as a set of "moderate" stands.
Why didn’t these cultural stands come up in Boston? Why didn’t these "reporters" point out that the Democrats didn’t offer a single big speaker who was pro-life? Where was their convention speaker who supported the Federal Marriage Amendment? Which party has "room" for disagreement, and which one does not?
Consider the reality of the Democratic party outside their convention halls. They are divided on abortion. Here’s the list of Senate Democrats who voted for a partial-birth abortion ban last year. Let’s start with Tom Daschle and Harry Reid, the two leaders of the Senate minority no less, and then add the names Evan Bayh, John Breaux, Robert Byrd, Tom Carper, Kent Conrad, Ernest Hollings, Tim Johnson, Mary Landrieu, Patrick Leahy, Blanche Lincoln, Zell Miller, Ben Nelson, and Mark Pryor – that’s 15 Democrats. On the recent vote on the Federal Marriage Amendment, three Democrats voted for it – Byrd, Miller, and Nelson. Is there "room" in the Democratic Party for these politicians? Brokaw never asked.
In Boston one afternoon, he did politely wonder to Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius if the Kerry-Edwards ticket should "pay more attention to the cultural issues" in Kansas, where "poor deeply about their faith and about guns and about the flag, and they are in opposition to same-sex marriages, which is a big issue in this state?" Good, but not enough. Brokaw did not tell her that the Democrats had "no room" for conservatives, even moderates, just as he had alleged in reverse about Republicans.
Now consider the reality of public opinion. On partial-birth abortion, Gallup reports that 68 percent of Americans oppose it, and only 25 percent favor abortion in every grotesque manifestation. In the crucial swing state of Missouri, 71 percent voted for an amendment to protect traditional marriage. But to the media, these issues are a unique political headache for...Republicans? Tom Brokaw didn’t find time to mention how Democrats have scrambled to prevent marriage-protection votes in states like Michigan, fearing the issue will kill Democratic chances at the polls.
There is only one question for the Brokaws at convention’s end. Does your network have any room for disagreement on the necessity of abortion on demand or the correctness of the gay agenda? From their fantasy-world projections on the social issues, it would seem the network newsrooms could use a little more viewpoint diversity before they’re truly prepared to cover party conventions with any semblance of fairness or accuracy.

I wish I had the time, effort, and writing skill to have written this. It states in no uncertain terms how I feel about the media coverage of the RNC. I was appalled at the words coming from Tim Russert and Tom Brokaw. They took every opportunity to hurl underhanded insults toward the president, and the Republican party in general.
It seems the left doesn't realize that insulting the intelligence of their target audience will not endear them to anyone. As we approach November, I look for more blatant attacks on the president, followed by cries of foul from the Kerry camp because someone said Kerry wasn't what he said he was. (I use past tense because his stance is ever-changing so it won't matter until someone actually throws out an "insult".)

Monday, September 06, 2004

When your day starts at 5 AM, 8:45 seems late.

I got up at 5 today, no particular reason, it's a holiday for god's sake. Anyway, I logged onto the old City of Heroes games, and played a few hours, waiting for a decnt time to wake up Patti and get out of the house. We made very vague plans to do SOMETHING today.

fast forward.....

9:30 am: IHOP os too busy to eat at, so we head down the street to Perkins. Where we get the worst service EVER. We had a trainee who was serving us, and he messed up my order, brought us our check before our food, and mumbled his questions to us. Not a good start, but at least I was full.

10:35 am: We head over to one of Rockford's only cultural thingies, the Anderson Japanese Gardens. This was very nice, and serene. The waterfalls, and zen garden were beautiful, and the way the path and wild parts blended gave a sense of oneness with nature that is lacking in my everyday life.

12:50ish am: Drop off deposit at ATM from Disability check that came Saturday. (DOH!)

1:15 pm: Into the Michael's! Michael's is a craft store with all sorts of fun stuff to buy. I got a few canvases for my painting, and Patti got beginners watercolor set. She is not a beginner, but it was a good deal, and came with a case to store all of her other art crap. We also got cherry sours, which I love....Mmmmm sour.

2 or so pm: We headed to Best Buy, or as I call it, "The most wonderful store in the world!" I asked if we could stop and price video cards for my buddy Jay who posts here occasionally,and just bought City of Heroes at my urging only to find out he needed a video card upgrade to play it.. We priced them, and Patti said we ought to just buy it for him, because he probably never would for himself. (I don't know if I agree or not, but it was really nice of her! I have the best wife in the whole world!)

2:45 pm: Showed up at Jay's house and woke him up with the news that he now had the video card he needed, and waited for his wife to get out of bed so we could install it. (She works nights, so this is her normal sleep-time.) We bribed her with Barbeque, and cheddar fries. It worked.

5:00 pm: Jay got himself set up on CoH, and he played through the first few missions of his career, with me buggin him, and trying to coach him. (Note: I am NOT the right person to try to teach someone how to play a game, I get way too frustrated when they don't know everything right away.)

8:45 pm: I am dog tired, and ready for bed, but I think I will do my daily internet rounds, and maybe another post. Goodnight!

A bunch of stuff to talk about at parties. (Or) How not to bag chicks!

A whole lot of these are undeniably bullshit. Some are true, and some are sort of true. I leave it to you to figure it all out, I am tired. I have had a busy day.

1. Apples, not caffeine, are more efficient at waking you up in the morning.
2. Alfred Hitchcock didn't have a belly button.
3. A pack-a-day smoker will lose approximately 2 teeth every 10 years.
4. People do not get sick from cold weather; it's from being indoors a lot more. 5. When you sneeze, all bodily functions stop, even your heart!
6. Only 7 per cent of the population are lefties.
7. Forty people are sent to the hospital for dog bites every minute.
8. Babies are born without kneecaps. They don't appear until they are 2-6 years old.
9. The average person over 50 will have spent 5 years waiting in lines.
10. The toothbrush was invented in 1498.
11. The average housefly lives for one month.
12. 40,000 Americans are injured by toilets each year.
13. A coat hanger is 44 inches long when straightened.
14. The average computer user blinks 7 times a minute.
15. Your feet are bigger in the afternoon than any other time of day.
16. Most of us have eaten a spider in our sleep.
17. The REAL reason ostriches stick their head in the sand is to search for water.
18. The only two animals that can see behind themselves without turning their heads are the rabbit and the parrot.
19. John Travolta turned down the starring roles in "An Officer and a Gentleman" and "Tootsie."
20. Michael Jackson owns the rights to the South Carolina State anthem.
21. In most television commercials advertising milk, a mixture of white paint and a little thinner is used in place of the milk.
22. Prince Charles and Prince William NEVER travel on the same airplane, just in case there is a crash.
23. The first Harley Davidson motorcycle built in 1903 used a tomato can for a carburetor.
24. Most hospitals make money by selling the umbilical cords cut from women who give birth. They are used in vein transplant surgery.
25. Humphrey Bogart was related to Princess Diana. They were 7th cousins. 26. If coloring weren't added to Coca-Cola, it would be green.

Saturday, September 04, 2004

Kerry's showing he just can't take the heat
September 5, 2004

He's running on the platform that no one has the right to say anything mean about him.-->-->
Both candidates gave speeches late on Thursday night. George W. Bush was more or less expected to. John Kerry didn't have to, but reported for duty even though nobody wanted him to. Unnerved by sagging numbers, he decided to start the post-Labor Day phase of the campaign three days before Labor Day. The way things are going, Democrats seem likely to be launching the post-election catastrophic-defeat vicious-recriminations phase of the campaign round about Sept. 12.
At any rate, less than 60 minutes after President Bush gave a sober, graceful, droll and moving address, Kerry decided to hit back. In the midnight hour, he climbed out of his political coffin, and before his thousands of aides could grab the garlic from Teresa's kitchen and start waving it at him, he found himself in front of an audience and started giving a speech. As in Vietnam, he was in no mood to take prisoners: ''I have five words for Americans,'' he thundered. ''This is your wake up call!''
Is that five words? Or is it six? Well, it's all very nuanced, according to whether you hyphenate the ''wake-up.'' Maybe he should have said, ''I have four words plus a common hyphenated expression for Americans.'' I'd suggest the rewrite to him personally, but I don't want him to stare huffily at me and drone, "How dare you attack my patriotism."
By about nine words into John Kerry's wake up call, I was sound asleep again. But this was what he told Ohio's brave band of chronic insomniacs:
''For the past week, they attacked my patriotism and my fitness to serve as commander in chief. Well, here's my answer. I'm not going to have my commitment to defend this country questioned by those who refused to serve.''
Oh, dear . . . growing drowsy again . . . losing the will to type . . . what's he saying now?
''Two tours of duty''
Ah, yes. As usual, he has four words for Americans: I served in Vietnam. Or five words if you spell it Viet Nam.
So we have one candidate running on a platform of ambitious reforms for an ''ownership society'' at home and a pledge to hunt down America's enemies abroad. And we have another candidate running on the platform that no one has the right to say anything mean about him.
And for this the senator broke the eminently civilized tradition that each candidate lets the other guy have his convention week to himself? Maybe they need to start scheduling those Kerry campaign shakeups twice a week.
There was an old joke back in the Cold War:
Proud American to Russian guy: ''In my country every one of us has the right to criticize our president.''
Russian guy: ''Same here. In my country every one of us has the right to criticize your president.''
That seems to be the way John Kerry likes it. Americans should be free to call Bush a moron, a liar, a fraud, a deserter, an agent of the House of Saud, a mass murderer, a mass rapist (according to the speaker at a National Organization for Women rally last week) and the new Hitler (according to just about everyone). But how dare anyone be so impertinent as to insult John Kerry! No one has the right to insult Kerry, except possibly Teresa, and only on the day she gives him his allowance.
Several distinguished analysts have suggested that the best rationale for a Kerry presidency is that it would be a ''return to normalcy'' -- a quiet life after the epic pages of history George W. Bush has been writing these last three years. Even if a ''return to normalcy'' were an option, I doubt whether John Kerry would qualify. As we saw in those two Thursday speeches, Bush takes the war seriously but he doesn't take himself seriously -- self-deprecating jokes are obligatory these days, but try to imagine Kerry doing the equivalent of Bush's gags about mangled English and swaggering. The president is comfortable in his own skin, which is why he shrugs off the Hitler stuff. By contrast, Kerry doesn't take the war seriously because he's so busy taking himself seriously. If ''return to normalcy'' means four years of a grimly humorless, touchy, self-regarding Kerry presidency, I'll take the war.
That's surely why Kerry is running his kamikaze kandidacy on biography rather than any grand themes. Senator Kerrikaze is running for president because he thinks he should be president -- who needs a platform? One of the most revealing aspects of the campaign this last week were the interviews given by his various surrogates. Terry McAuliffe, the Democratic National Committee chairman, went on Hugh Hewitt's radio show and was asked about the swift boat veterans' ads, and he laughed and blustered and stalled and floundered. That sounded weird. This thing's been going on a month now, and the Kerry campaign still hasn't come up with a form of words to deflect questions about it. If they had an agreed spin, McAuliffe and Co. would be out using it. But the seared senator feels it's lese majeste even to question him. He can talk about Vietnam 24/7, but nobody else is allowed to bring it up.
Sorry, man, that's not the way it works. And if he thinks it does, he's even further removed from the realities of democratic politics than he was from the interior of Cambodia. Instead of those military records the swift boat vets are calling for, I'd be more interested in seeing his medical ones.
As for Bush, to be sure at one level his convention was a ''soft-focus infomercial,'' just as Kerry's was. But the infomercial came into sharp focus just often enough to clarify, piercingly, the differences between the parties. On opening night in Boston, the Democrats staged a tasteful, teary candlelight remembrance of those who died on 9/11. On opening night in New York, the Republicans put up one speaker after another -- John McCain, Rudy Giuliani, Ron Silver -- resolved that those thousands of innocents shall not have died in vain.
I remember a couple of days after Sept. 11 writing that weepy candlelight vigils were a cop-out: the issue wasn't whether you were sad about the dead people but whether you wanted to do something about it. Three years on, the two conventions drew the same distinction. If you want passivity and wallowing in victim culture, the Dems will do. If you want to win this thing, Bush is the only guy running.

Reread those last two sentences. Really think about that. I know how I felt when I watched on live television the second plane crashing into the World Trade Center. I knew it was no accident after the first plane. After the second, I knew someone was going to pay for this. When the Pentagon was hit, I was ready for nuclear warfare. I don't believe in taking the victim stance when bad things happen. I believe you do something to change your situation, or you suffer in silence.

I can't stand the whining, bitching, and ineffective talk from the left. When someone from the Democratic party actually brings up 9-11, it sickens me. They hold such contempt for Bush using it in his speeches, yet they feel it's perfectly fine to do so themselves. All I have to say to that is.

Were you president when the worst attack on American soil took place?

I didn't think so. If the president wants to talk about 9-11, have at it man. Tell me again how pissed you are. Tell me we aren't going to stop until the world is truly safe again. (As safe as it can be of course) Tell me that you won't forgive or forget the transgressions of these camel-fucking sand eating towel-head motherfuckers.

Friday, September 03, 2004

I want to bitch, so I will

An old man and a young boy were traveling through their village with their
donkey. The boy rode on the donkey and the old man walked.
As they went
along they passed some people who remarked it was a shame the old man was
walking and the boy was riding.
The man and boy thought maybe the
were right, so they changed positions.
Later, they passed some
people that
remarked, "What a shame, he makes that little boy walk."They
then decided they
both would walk!
Soon they passed some more people who
thought they were
stupid to walk when they had a decent donkey to ride. So,
they both rode the
Now they passed some people that shamed them
by saying "how awful to
put such a load on a poor donkey".
The boy and
man said they were probably
right, so they decided to carry the donkey.
As they crossed the bridge, they
lost their grip on the animal and he
fell into the river and drowned.
moral of the story? If you try to
please everyone, you might as well kiss your
ass good-bye.
I used to go through phases where I tried to make everyone happy, with the ned result being everyone was miserable. This is my second biggest complaint about John Kerry. If you asked him what he thought about a certain topic....say Abortion, for example....He would go on to tell you that while he feels that abortion is morally wrong, it is not his place to restrict anyone's access to said procedure.
He is a snivelling coward, who has the audacity to insist that the President denounce the "Swiftboat Veterans for Truth", while all the while he embraces such left-wing hate mongers as Moveon.Org, and Michael Moore. Where was his moral outrage when Bush was being compared to Hitler? I'll tell you what I think.
I think that John Kerry BELIEVES himself. I think he believes what everyone tells him he is. I think he believes that Bush is the most evil man ever voted into office.
One more thing I think:
Kerry is going to lose come November.