Saturday, October 30, 2004

Great Video

This videos is hilarious!

Friday, October 29, 2004

A Man For All Positions

This is a great clip that highlights Kerry's flip-flopping. If you listen to this and still think Kerry is a strong leader, there is something seriously wrong with you: A Man For All Positions

Weak Talk From Kerry

Listen to Kerry's words from a Thursday interview. This guy is totally spineless. He says Saddam "might be gone" if he had been President. What a joke! With these new Bin Laden tapes, and other threats from abroad, does anyone really want Kerry looking out for our safety?

NBCNEWS Brokaw interviewed John Kerry Thursday evening.

Brokaw: "If you had been President, Saddam Hussein would be in power."

Kerry: "Not necessarily."

Brokaw: "You said you wouldn't go to war against him."

Kerry: "That's not true. Because under the inspection process, Saddam Hussein was required to destroy those kinds of materials and weapons."

Brokaw: "But he wasn't destroying them."

Kerry: "That's what you have inspectors for. That's why I voted for the threat of force, because he only does things when you have a legitimate threat of force. It's irresponsible to suggest that if I were President, he wouldn't be gone. He might be gone, because if he hadn't complied, we might have had to go to war, but if we did, we would have gone with allies, so the American people weren't carrying the entire burden. And the entire world would understand why we did it."

Thursday, October 28, 2004

Schilling Urges Fans to Vote For Bush

Curt Schilling said today on Good Morning America: "Tell everybody to vote. And vote Bush next week." I hope they take his advice.

Wednesday, October 27, 2004

Arafat On His Last Legs

It looks like Arafat is going to die. This is the biggest single event towards Middle East peace in forever. Plus, John Kerry loses some of his international support too! Read more here.

Bush Flips the Bird

Here is a funny video of Bush flipping off the camera taken from a video in the early 1990's. Awesome.

Powerful Message

I recieved this story from a school friend. The account was written by one of her father's best friends. He was a POW in Vietnam for 5 years, and has never forgiven Kerry for how he betrayed the country. Read the account below:

Ever since the death of Ho Chi Minh in 1969 the absolute brutality of daily living had eased. Beatings and torture continued but a bit less frequently. In 1971 I was held in Plantation Gardens, a camp made up of enlisted men and pilots captured during Tet '68 in South Vietnam, and Laos.

Hal Kushner, an Army officer in my camp recalled in the Spring of 1971, "our guards had everyone come outside...a welcome treat....and draped a bedsheet over a clothesline and showed a 16mm movie of young Mr. Kerry making an impassioned speech before Senator Fulbright's Foreign Relations Committee. He was dressed in Fatigues/Utilities with his ribbons on his chest and long shaggy haircut which shocked my 1965 sense of military decorum. He delivered the speech extremely well, dramatically reciting a liturgy of American atrocities in Vietnam. I'll never forget the plummeting of my morale and my sense of disgust with him."

About this time we became aware of a dozen prisoners (we called them "The Ducks") being held in a separate area, isolated from us, receiving special treatment, informing upon our communications nets when found, and aiding our captors. Demoralization was a major problem. We could put up with Jane Fonda, she was the spoiled child of a famous father, not yet a "star" herself. But the effect of a fellow officer accusing us of heinous crimes was devastating. As the Senior Ranking Office I felt direct and dramatic action was needed to draw a bright red line on the issue of collaboration. The North Vietnamese had absolutely forbidden all communication with "The Ducks" and a direct, public challenge to the North Vietnamese was unthinkable. I determined a course of action and waited for an opportunity.

In August 1971 opportunity arose. I was outside my cell being guarded closely when the Ducks were brought out of their room roughly 150 feet behind me. Lt. Archer (USMC) whispered, "The Ducks are out--now's your chance." I came to attention, did an about face and in my best parade ground voice shouted an order to the Ducks that they were "to stop all forms of cooperation and collaboration with the enemy."

I expected to be cut down before I got the order out. Instead the guards just stood with their AKs hanging loose and their mouths open in disbelief...then hurried my group into our cell. In less than ten minutes a group of guards arrived at my cell and ordered me out. The door behind me was closed and I remember being clubbed until things went black.

I came to some time later chained to a wall--it was night--and my body was screaming with pain down to my waist. Below the waist I felt nothing for about a week then a searing pain that continued for several months. I later figured I'd lost about three days before regaining consciousness. My circumstances were extremely unpleasant for a long time thereafter but in the ensuing weeks there was a general stiffening of resistance throughout the camp and four of the Ducks crossed back to us and were welcomed back.

I was savagely beaten in the weeks that followed. Inevitably they would scream at me to sign confessions that I was a war criminal. I was told a fellow officer testified I committed war crimes. I would be shot. During subsequent attempts to adjustment my attitude I heard a great deal about the naval officer and his testimony that I was a war criminal and would be shot. To me, this is not something I'll get over--I will carry memories of Kerry's propaganda to my grave.

I hope you have the opportunity to see "Stolen Honor". It is accurate. You can get a preview at

Ed Leonard
POW 1968 - 1973

Iraqi Insurgents For Kerry

Leaders of various Iraqi insurgency groups have now come out openly with their support for John Kerry. They admit to stepping up their efforts to kill American men and women in uniform in order to oust Bush. Ask yourself, my liberal reader, why do they want Bush out so badly? Its obvious. Because they fear him. Because Bush has vowed to kill them all, and the terrorists know he means business. With Kerry, on the other hand, there is a chance of retreat and appeasement. They want Bush out of office because they know it is their best hope for survival. Remember, if you vote for Kerry, you are voting along side Yassar Arafat and Iraqi terrorists. This is a fact.

Smoltz to the Rotation

It sounds like John Smoltz may be heading back to the starting rotation for the Braves. Read more here.

Monday, October 25, 2004

Why I'm Voting For George W. Bush

Here is an editorial I wrote for my school's newspaper about why I'm voting for Bush:

There are several responses I get when I tell fellow Californians that I am supporting George W. Bush for President of the United States. “What the hell is wrong with you?” is probably the most common. These individuals are doubly dismayed when I tell them why I am supporting W: Because I like his foreign policy.

I’m sure I’ve offended at least half of you by now, but let me give you a little context. Despite detractors that call me a blind partisan, I did not vote for Bush in 2000. I doubted his experience and ability to lead. Perhaps I bought into the media hype that suggested he was an idiot and a moron. Despite my poor decision at the polls in 2000, Bush won the election and has shaped up to be one of our nation’s greatest leaders.

George W. Bush is man of conviction, and his foreign policy displays that conviction. W felt it was in our nation’s best interest to disarm and dethrone the Taliban and Saddam Hussein. He didn’t need any polls, surveys or foreign dignitaries to tell him he was right. He knew he was right and acted. In a recent interview, Senator Kerry was asked whether it was the right decision to invade Iraq. His answer: “It depends on the outcome.” Unfortunately, Mr. Kerry, the President of the United States doesn’t have the luxury of knowing the outcome before making a bold choice. He must use his best judgment and act in the best interest of the people of our country.

In 1963, shortly after the death of President Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson demanded sweeping Civil Rights reform. Some said that, since he wasn’t popularly elected as President, he had no mandate. Key advisors asked him to wait until after the ’64 election to bring such a divisive policy to the forefront. Opponents to the legislation threatened that Johnson would lose every Southern state if he pressed the issue. Johnson wouldn’t wait to do what he knew in his heart was right. He wanted the American people to know where he stood on the issue of Civil Rights. When the dust settled, Johnson passed the legislation and won the Presidential election by the largest margin in history.

At the end of the second Presidential Debate, the President spoke candidly to the American people saying, “We may not always agree, but at least you know where I stand.” Bush has never let polls sway his decisions. He doesn’t consider political ramifications when making the tough call. Unlike Kerry, his opinions on key issues don’t change with every passing day. I respect a man who lets me know where he stands. I distrust a man who doesn’t.

Regardless of the outcome of next week’s election, I am confident that history will judge George W. Bush as one of our greatest Presidents. Churchill was deemed a hawk in England for wanting to quell the growing Nazi threat. Reagan was hated in most of Europe because of his aggressive stance against the Soviets. Bush is hated and ridiculed around the world for his bullish stance against terrorists and the nations that harbor them. In fifty years time, however, the wisdom of his policies will be obvious to all. Cast your vote for George W. Bush on November 2.

Return of the Evil Genius?

Looks like Florida canned Ron Zook today. Does that mean a return of Steve Spurrier to Florida? I hope so. As much as I hate Spurrier, he's fun to watch and fun to hate.

Check out this ballot from one Ohio county. Look closely! The ballot says Bush/Cheney and has an arrow point to the number 14. Next to their name, however, it clearly shows that you are supposed to punch 4! Bush will lose many votes over this. And they say that we are the cheaters. Posted by Hello

Another Kerry Tall Tale

I got this from Boortz. It's pretty amazing how Kerry continuosly fabricates and exagerates his past:

John Kerry has stepped in it again. Remember Christmas in Cambodia? The ribbons and the medals? The Kennedy conversation with de Gaulle I just told you about? Well now we have another classic from The Poodle, but this time we have witnesses. Since you won't hear much about this from the mainstream media, I'll regale you with the latest whopper from The Soufflé.

In the second presidential debate, Senator Kerry said about Iraq: "This president hasn't listened. I went to meet with the members of the Security Council in the week before we voted. I went to New York. I talked to all of them, to find out how serious they were about really holding Saddam Hussein accountable." Boy, that Kerry is really on the case...going to the UN and all. But wait!

John Kerry never went to the United Nations in the week before he voted to give President Bush the authority to invade Iraq. In fact, an investigation by the Washington Times reveals that of the 5 ambassadors on the Security Council in 2002, four said they have never met The Poodle. On top of that, a couple say they remember the time well, and would have remembered meeting Kerry. In other words, he lied. John Kerry made it up. Once again, the compulsive liar has lied again to try and impress the voters.

Sunday, October 24, 2004

Kerry Dodges Woodward's Questions

Bob Woodward tried to interview John Kerry about how he would have operated differently in Iraq. Of course, Kerry refused the interview with the legendary journalist. Read Woodward's take here.
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