Sunday, August 5, 2007


The producers of ABC’s new comedy “Cavemen” had to reshoot the pilot episode in response to cries of racism from reporters.

This is a new low in this pansy-ass, cry-baby, Victims-R-Us, liberal-infested, love-anyone-who-hates-America, hate-anything-American, creepy society we’ve become. Jeez, people, lighten up!

My reaction may seem a bit like I just can’t get through step 8 of over-reactors anonymous, but I have a real hard time containing myself anymore when I’m reminded how wimped out this country is.


"They're looking for me, to like trip, so they can be like, 'Oh Lindsay's wasted and driving drunk.' And that's not it. I wouldn't violate. ... I'm much more responsible than that." - Lindsay Lohan, in her Elle Magazine interview 36 hours before her July 24 arrest for drunk driving and possession of cocaine, according to the New York Daily News.


The far left Web site,, held a forum Saturday for the Democratic presidential hopefuls. All but one of the “contestants” were present at the event for liberal bloggers near and far.

DailyKos is a lovely site that posts serious hate speech. So serious is it that if anyone not calling themselves a liberal Democrat made comments like the crap that is posted on that site, they would be summarily drummed into PC submission, crucified and literally given a front row seat to watch their careers destroyed.

Here are a few examples of statements posted on the site, according to Bill O’Reilly of Fox News:

- “The world would be better off without him,” regarding White House Press Secretary Tony Snow after he announced his cancer had returned.
- “The Pope is a primate”
- “Evangelicals are nutcases”
- “Better luck next time,” after an assassination plot against Vice President Dick Cheney in Afghanistan was thwarted.
- “Some attacks against coalition forces in Iraq are legitimate”

Also at the convention, a uniformed army reservist who served in Iraq challenged a panel to prove by any means that violence had not decreased since the recent military “surge.” He was booed, jeered and escorted out of the building. So much for reason. I guess they can’t let a little serious debate from a soldier who's been there interfere with their thuggish hate rhetoric.


This weekend I went to see “The Bourne Ultimatum” at the cinema with my son and daughter. First of all, it was a great action thriller in league with the first two “Bourne” movies. I highly recommend it to Bourne fans everywhere.

Best part of the experience, though, was during the previews and promotions before the movie began. Along with the previews and usual ads, a recruiting piece by, and for the United States Army was shown. I looked around the theatre for reaction from the mostly twenty-something packed house, and then a great thing happened…The theatre erupted in spontaneous applause in obvious support for the Army spot. Very, very heartwarming! I wish the Kos folks and the Dem contestants could have been there.


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