Saturday, May 26, 2007


Okay, so you don’t care about Rosie O’Donnell and her storied and colorful tenure with “The View. “ Well, I don’t either...EXCEPT, for the fact she is gone, gone, gone.

Now let’s make something clear right here and now - To paraphrase Bernard Goldberg, former CBS News and current HBO correspondent and best selling author - I’d rather do time in a Saudi prison than watch one episode of “The View."

Now, to make my point: Rosie O’Donnell is, in my opinion, a despicable human being who is a constant critic of the current administration, and America in general, and that’s fine. The right to criticize is what our soldiers have fought for since 1775. But what throws me over the edge is that she is also a bully! And God, you, and everyone else who reads my almost daily musings, knows that I hate bullies. I despise them. Bundle bully behavior and bully trash talk with seriously dangerous ignorance and we have a nauseatingly horrible person casting her hatefulness on anyone who’s dumb or unaware enough to absorb the bad vibes.

For example; she queried this other day about the war in Iraq, “655,000 Iraqi civilians have died. Who are the terrorists?”

Whoa! First of all, who killed 655,000 Iraqi civilians? She is obviously insinuating that our troops killed 655,000 Iraqi civilians. Witness a ridiculously ignorant statement on its own face. Secondly, she is inferring our soldiers in Iraq are terrorists! How can you draw any other conclusion from that statement, especially coming from a woman who has repeatedly trashed our nation and our military in the vilest of contexts?

So, some will tell me “she’s just a host on ‘The View!’” And I will agree. She’s just a host on a seemingly insignificant daytime program. But this program is watched by millions of women and even a few wussy Democratic men. And if you’ve ever watched clips of the show, which incidentally are shown ad nauseam on the nightly news (especially since vile Rosie joined the show), you can’t help but notice, by the audience reactions, that the people who watch this crap take it very seriously. They actually believe the stuff they hear on this program. These are the extremely ignorant, head-in-the-sand boneheads who sit at home and think they are getting the news from “The View” or Jon Stewart or from some ignorant jackass like Bill Maher who for years told us he was a Libertarian, apparently not knowing what that even meant, and has since proven himself to be one of the most bleeding-heart, feel-your-pain-but-don’t-ask-me-for-a-solution liberals of all time.

Anyway, these people sit and cheer when Rosie and company spew their empty-headed nonsense. Here is where the danger comes in…SOME OF THESE PEOPLE VOTE! They shouldn’t be able to without a civics lesson, but such are the rules!

God help us all!

Take heart, Rosie is gone from “The View,” and therefore from regular TV, at least for a short while.


Thursday, May 24, 2007


A new Fox News / Opinion Dynamics Poll released Wednesday revealed that 65 percent of Americans have an unfavorable view of Rosie O’Donnell while 23 percent view her as favorable. She opined on “The View” Wednesday that when she’s debating Elizabeth Hasselbeck, she’s seen as the “big, fat, lesbian, loud Rosie!” How could she paint such a picture of herself?! She described Elizabeth as being seen as “pure, innocent, Christian Elizabeth.” Do we sense some personal conflict here??? Bitterness, you think?

Another poll released Wednesday revealed the following: One in four American Muslims under 30 years of age say that suicide bombings are acceptable. Only 40 percent believe that Arab men were behind the 9/11 attacks. More than half say its harder being a Muslim in America since 9/11. I wonder why??? They need to carefully examine their own poll numbers!

John Edwards update:
Okay, our presidential candidate who runs on a platform of eradicating poverty has his tentacles in yet another fortune. Besides his penchant for $400 haircuts, $50,000 speaking fees from taxpayer funded universities and huge salaries for running hedge funds catering to wealthy clients, he also has a stake in the $500 million dollar treasure recently discovered in the Atlantic Ocean.

Here’s how it works:

- Little known exploration company, Florida-based Odyssey Marine Research (OMR) finds the $500 million dollar treasure of gold and silver.
- Biggest shareholder of OMR: New York-based Fortress Investments, a private equity and hedge fund manager.
- Senior advisor and major investor in Fortress Investments: John Edwards.
- 9.9 percent owner of OMR: Drawbridge Global Macro Fund.
- Investor in Drawbridge Global Macro Fund: John Edwards.



Tuesday, May 22, 2007


Bush is ready to hand Iraq off to the UN, possibly using a Muslim-led peacekeeping force according to “The Guardian,” quoting a former senior administration official. Keep your eye on the news starting Wednesday for some “mainstream” press scrutiny on these developments.

But that isn’t my top concern today. President Bush will announce soon that he wants to revive the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. This treaty was soundly rejected by President Ronald Reagan in 1982.

The Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) has been ratified by 153 countries since 1994. LOST created the International Seabed Authority (ISA), giving it total jurisdiction over all the oceans and everything in them, including the ocean floor with “all” its riches (“solid, liquid or gaseous mineral resources”). National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley has asked Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Senator Joe Biden to secure ratification “as early as possible.” So in effect, the UN would have the power to regulate seven-tenths of the world’s surface. We would surrender our sovereignty to a bureaucracy in Jamaica drawing tax-free salaries. If we ratify the treaty, we will have the same voting power as Cuba.

ISA would have the power to impose international taxes which would compel the United States, of course, to pay billions of private-enterprise dollars to ISA bureaucrats so our wealth could be transferred to Socialist, anti-American countries which Phyllis Schlafly euphemistically identifies as "developing countries."

The ISA has military implications also, in that it could require us to share our intelligence, technology and even military information. Not to mention putting restrictions on intelligence-gathering by our submarines.

LOST has also created the law of the Sea tribunal, headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, with the power to decide all disputes and enforce its judgments. There can be no appeal from this tribunal’s jurisdiction.

I remember Bush Senior’s liberal use of the phrase “New World order” and subsequently Clinton’s calls to globalize just about everything about us. Clinton is, of course, a Rhodes Scholar, so I expected a lot of his warped foreign policy. I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised with W’s membership in the Dark Side, but I naively hung on to some hopes early on. Shame on me!

Mr. Bush is about to lose what little conservative base he has left (a base currently hanging by their collective fingernails from a razor blade ledge) by pushing this globalist agenda.

Viva La Bush no more.


Ps. Presidential candidates McCain, Clinton and Obama were conveniently absent during the vote on the immigration bill. Chicken Shits !!!

Monday, May 21, 2007


Presidential candidate John Edwards, who has run on a platform of crusading against poverty, when not working for a Hedge Fund between elections, a fund which caters to the very wealthy, was paid $55,000 to speak to a crowd at the University of California, a taxpayer funded school, on January 9, 2006.

Edwards recently proposed an education policy that urged “every financial barrier” be removed from American kids who want to go to college. This taxpayer funded University could have used that money to help offset a 7 percent tuition increase that harms the very people Edwards purports to help.

If Edwards is serious about kids being able to afford going to college, then why didn’t he speak at the public school pro bono because he believes in his message, rather than for 50K. This guy is shameless in so many ways (see my blog of April 26, 2007) that this even sounds insignificant against a long list of inconsistencies and contradictions this fake trails for us all to trip over.

Amazing how this stuff is so thinly reported. But if you rely on the likes of Gibson, Couric, Williams and Blitzer, not to mention your local petty-sensationalism-for-news TV channels 4, 7, and 2 for your information, then you can expect nothing more. Edwards, the esteemed and shameless trial lawyer from North Carolina, commanded $285,000 in speaking fees from universities alone in 2006.

Enter fringe presidential candidate nut Ron Paul.
The leader of the conspiracy theory group Student Scholars for 9/11Truth, snuck into a candidate house party and enjoyed the following exchange with Republican presidential candidate, Congressman Paul:

CONSPIRACY NUT: “We’ve heard that you have questioned the government’s official account (of 9/11).”
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE NUT: “Well, I never automatically trust anything the government does when they do an investigation because too often I think there’s an area that the government covered up, whether it’s the Kennedy assassination or whatever.”

Ron Paul appears to be “Pandering in the 9/11 conspiracy swamp,” as Michelle Malkin puts it. He’s clearly swerving into Rosie O’Donnell territory.

Many Republicans in Congress continue to commit political suicide by endorsing the Immigration Bill that is being shoved down our throats by the Democrat majority. The Democrats want a vote on the Bill before…that’s BEFORE… the bill is written in its entirety. This is another amnesty bill that goes much, much further than the bill that was passed in 1986 that granted amnesty to approximately three million illegal immigrants. Here go your taxes again. Among the illegals who will be granted visas and will be impossible to deport under this bill, are over 30,000 international gang members. One more time…30,000 international gang members!

Immigration, particularly illegal immigration is a very complicated subject that deserves much consideration and debate. There is absolutely a critical niche in our economy for immigrants, illegal and otherwise. That said, we have no capacity to absorb and give benefits to between 12 and 20 million illegal immigrants. The operative descriptive here is ILLIEGAL! Hell, this a subject we can take up some other time.

I promise, this is the last of Jimmy Carter for a while…or at least until he opens his mouth to trash his own country on foreign soil again! He has retreated somewhat from the remarks he made to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette where he told a reporter “as far as the adverse impact on the nation around the world, this administration has been the worst in history.” Now he says his remarks were “careless or misinterpreted” and that he was only comparing the Bush Administration’s foreign policy to that of Richard Nixon. He said he did not mean to call it the worst in history. And then, he tried to blame it on the reporter for misrepresenting his statement! But surprise!...The reporter had the tape to back it up! So the twit lies too. Apology accepted, Jimmy! Separately, I don’t take back anything I said about Carter…I meant every word of it!

Go see “Shrek The Third!”


Sunday, May 20, 2007


I thought I was done thinking about Jimmy Carter after venting on yesterday’s blog, but the most irrelevant ex-President of the 20th century opened his loveable heart to us again with this assessment of the current Administration: In an interview with the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette on Saturday he said “as far as the adverse impact on the nation around the world, this administration has been the worst in history.” Fare enough. It doesn’t matter what I care of his assessment, I’m no great George Bush fan either. But this kind of stuff coming from an ex-U.S. President about a current administration is frightening in the damage it can do to the United States, not to mention the passion it helps to whip up toward our soldiers abroad!

Carter’s constant attacks against a sitting president are unprecedented historically, but unfortunately, we’re not strangers to how he can shame our nation. He was bad enough as President that he singlehandedly helped the nation forget about how much they deplored a Republican President who had to resign in disgrace, to the point that in just four years the electorate was ready for a shot at another Republican President, Ronald Reagan. For that, Jimmy, on behalf of a grateful nation, I THANK YOU PROFUSELY!

The Bush Administration did fire back this time, though, also breaking with history, when White House spokesman Tony Fratto said “…I think he (Carter) is proving to be INCREASINGLY IRRELEVANT with these kinds of comments.” (Emphasis added)

State Sen. Carole Migden, D-San Francisco, was driving her new state-issued SUV (God, I love these environmental hypocrites) when she smashed into another vehicle on Friday while talking on her cell phone. No reason for me to mention something like this if it weren’t for the fact that Sen. Migden had just voted for a new law in California that imposes a fine for anyone caught using a cell phone while driving without a headset or other hands-free technology.

World Renowned and revered environmentalist, scientist, climatologist and actor, Leonardo DiCaprio, has warned us, in his film, “The 11th Hour”, that human beings face extinction as a result of the “environmental crises.” Now that we have it on authority of another play-pretend American, I guess the jig is up for us humans.

Michael Moore’s film “SICKO” is a runaway hit at the Cannes Film Festival, no surprise there, but there is an eerie quiet where challengers to his work should be. I’m going to be optimistic and guess that the film should be in broad release before the dissection takes place…hope I’m right! You can reference my blog of May 10, 2007 for a bit on the ridiculous hypocrisy of Moore.

And regarding Moore’s film, which will get much more attention from me later. Are the ever worshiping and sycophant fans of his even remotely aware of what a Democracy is? From where I sit, I have to say people who sympathize with his socialist viewpoints - regardless of the seeming unfairness he likes to point out, and exaggerate, and carefully edit – don’t know a whole lot about the history of this Country or basic market driven economics and the workings of free markets. I suspect the vast majority have never heard the name Adam Smith, with regard to economics, and haven’t a clue as to how “profit” is the one cog, the importance of which you cannot possibly ignore, that is vital to a successful society. And I am way over simplifying this!

According to “The Guardian,” Harvey Weinstein, who’s company is behind the film, says the Bush Administration is conspiring, once again, to confiscate and impound the film and edit it. WHAT??? This, he says, is because Moore is the subject of an investigation by the Treasury Department in part for his unauthorized trip to Cuba, in violation of U.S. Law. Apparently if Mike does anything illegal, any intervention by the authorities to persuade him to obey the laws of the land would be the result of a Bush conspiracy. Do these people sound more than a little childish to anyone but me? At the Cannes Film Festival, Weinstein alluded to Senator Bob Thompson’s rebuff to Moore’s childish debate challenge. By the way Harvey, it’s FRED Thompson, not Bob! And I’m supposed to take these idiots seriously???