Leftist loser (Kos) goes after “GOP” loser (Ron Paul)

December 27, 2007

From LittleGreenFootballs

The light is shining brighter on Ron Paul and his wacky views/writings. I can’t wait until this moron goes away. Normally I wouldn’t even waste my time with people like Ron Paul, but his supporters are beyond bizarre, so I enjoy every chance I can get to annoy them.

Kos Goes After Ron Paul
Thu, Dec 27, 2007 at 9:20:04 am PST

Looks like Markos “Screw Them” Moulitsas has noticed that GOP candidate Ron Paul has some rather unsavory views: Daily Kos: The overt racist in the GOP field.

Kos is citing the Ron Paul Political Report, a newsletter that Ron Paul produced himself in the late 80s and early 90s, and there is plenty of stuff in there that makes Dr. Paul look bad, not just from the racist angle. We had a post on the newsletter at the beginning of November, when someone at Free Republic started putting up excerpts from it. This is one of those rare moments when I find myself in agreement with Markos; it’s disgraceful that this kook is allowed to run for president in the Republican Party. If the GOP doesn’t police its own ranks and expel paleocon crackpots like Ron Paul, the Democrats will use the issue as a potent political weapon.


Religion of Peace my ass.

December 27, 2007

Is there any doubt that Islam is an evil death-cult?

Pakistan’s Bhutto assassinated at rally

Benazir Bhutto assassinated

Shot once in the neck, once in the chest.

Canada is here to save us from Iran

December 27, 2007

Well file this under thank the lord for Candada!

It’s about time our brothers to the north call out Iran. We know those harsh words from the nicest people on the planet will put a scare into the nutjob president of Iran and the rest of the cook leaders of that terrorist state.

Found at JihadWatch.org

Full Story at Ottawa Citizen

Iran behind flood of weapons to Taliban?

But…but…the Shi’ites would never aid the Sunnis, right? Right? Isn’t that what the learned analysts always tell us?

Wake-up call for the learned analysts, were it possible to wake them up: “Iran behind flood of weapons to Taliban, MacKay charges,” from the Ottawa Citizen (thanks to Jeffrey Imm):

KANDAHAR AIR FIELD, Afghanistan – Canada has challenged the Iranian government over concerns that weapons and bomb-making equipment are slipping across the border to Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan, Defence Minister Peter MacKay said yesterday.
“We’re very concerned that weapons are coming in from Iran,” Mr. MacKay told reporters, while visiting Canadian troops with Gen. Rick Hillier in Kandahar province.

“We’re very concerned that these weapons are going to the insurgents and are keeping this issue alive. We’ve certainly made our views to the Iranian government about this known.”

I’m sure the Thug-In-Chief will be quaking.

Reporting good news from Iraq that big media wont.

December 26, 2007

Interesting post over at QandO.net

Iraq – National Reconciliation: Slowly, but surely

Ed Morrissey was on a teleconference with Rep. Michele Bachmann who relayed the following news:

[T]he National Assembly passed a pension bill, a critical step in reconciliation. That did not get much mention in the American media, but the Sunnis now have government pensions denied them after the fall of Saddam, which should alleviate much of the hostility.

Another step in the national reconciliation process is underway as well:

The Iraqi cabinet approved a draft law on Wednesday that will offer a general pardon to thousands of prisoners in U.S. military and Iraqi custody, a government spokesman said.
“The cabinet has passed the general pardon law, which will define who is eligible to be freed from all prisons, both Iraqi and American,” spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh told Reuters.

The law still needs to be approved by parliament.

Iraq’s national security adviser, Mowaffaq al-Rubaie, said earlier this month that the draft law was aimed at boosting reconciliation between majority Shi’ite and Sunni Arab Muslims, locked in a cycle of violence.

In addition, while the oil revenue law hasn’t yet been passed, oil revenue is being shared among the various factions within Iraq. It is, in fact, directly responsible for much of the economic renewal that is happening there as well as many of the much needed infrastructure repairs.

Speaking of progress, another outspoken critic is seeing changes for the better in Iraq:

U.S. Rep. Nancy Boyda, D-Kan., who has been a vocal critic of President Bush’s policy in the war in Iraq, on Monday visited troops in Iraq and said the situation appears to be improving.
“It’s headed in a much better direction but everything is very tentative,” Boyda said after receiving briefings from war commander Army Gen. David Petraeus, U.S. Ambassador Ryan Crocker and others.

She said that violence has decreased significantly in the region but that U.S. military and civilian officials don’t want to raise hopes yet.

“What is happening on the ground tactically is very good, and everyone is hopeful that it will continue, but no one is taking anything for granted and they don’t want to overstate things,” she said.

No, you don’t want to overstate things yet, but progress has become so obvious now, that even the critics can’t ignore it or deny it any longer … well, except in our comment section.

Shine the light on Al Sharpton!

December 26, 2007

I despise Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson for their years of race-baiting and love to knock them down any chance I get. As usual, Michelle Malkin has a great piece on Reverend Al.

The Al Sharpton suck-up continues

If you hold up the mirror long enough, one of these fools is bound to glance over and see what slavish, race-hustling tools they all appear to be. And are.

Secure our damn border!

December 26, 2007

Is there anyone better than Michelle Malkin at reporting this stuff?

The Incredible Disappearing Border Fence

Next time you hear a leading presidential candidate try to woo you with his nine-point immigration enforcement plan or his secure ID plan or his Secure Borders platform, point to the Incredible Disappearing Border Fence. Poof! That is what happens to election-season homeland security promises. Why would theirs be any different?

Read the entire article…

Kill Jews. Get paid.

December 26, 2007

Source: DanielPipes.org

Daniel Pipes has a great article on why giving money to the Palestinians is a bad idea.

Lavishing funds on Mahmoud Abbas and the Palestinian Authority to achieve peace has been a mainstay of Western, including Israeli, policy since Hamas seized Gaza in June. But this open spigot has counterproductive results and urgently must be stopped.

I’m still sick of the Palestinians

December 26, 2007

I don’t know about you, but I have had it up to HERE with the Palestinians. I’ll never understand why we give these terror supporting, Jew-hating monsters money.

Check out this story

Fatah shows its true intentions
Thomas Lifson

Fatah, the supposedly moderate party that rules the West Bank, and which receives massive foreign aid (including American money), has a new poster to celebrate its 43rd anniversary. The Jerusalem Post brings it to our attention:

Designed specifically for the occasion by Abdel Mun’em Ibrahim, the poster features a map of Israel that is entirely draped with a Palestinian keffiyeh scarf.

It also carries a drawing of a rifle as a symbol of the “armed struggle” against Israel.

The poster, which has been endorsed by the Fatah leadership, has already been posted on a number of Fatah-affiliated Web sites.

The underlying message of the poster is that Fatah, like Hamas, does not recognize Israel’s existence.
Remind me again: what is there to negotiate with someone who wants to destroy the other side? The pace at which annihilation takes place?

In defense of waterboarding

December 25, 2007

Found this link to a Philly Inquirer story at Little Green Footballs. My opinion is that waterboarding is an acceptable form of interrogation and should be used any time deemed necessary by those protecting our country. I’m sure if planes started flying into your house, you’d be fine with waterboarding the mastermind behind it in order to save your neighbor’s lives.

Hillary blames Ronald Reagan! hahahaha

December 24, 2007

This dumb broad actually believes that if she’s president, oil prices will drop. This old lady has some balls, doesn’t she??


Elect me and oil prices instantly drop, says Hillary Clinton in Iowa
Sunday, December 23rd 2007, 4:00 AM
MANCHESTER, N.H. – Hillary Clinton predicted Saturday that just electing her President will cut the price of oil.
When the world hears her commitment at her inauguration about ending American dependence on foreign fuel, Clinton says, oil-pumping countries will lower prices to stifle America’s incentive to develop alternative energy.
“I predict to you, the oil-producing countries will drop the price of oil,” Clinton said, speaking at the Manchester YWCA. “They will once again assume, once the cost pressure is off, Americans and our political process will recede.”
Clinton argued that former President Jimmy Carter in the late 1970s actually started moving in the right direction toward energy independence, but his successor, Ronald Reagan, “dismantled” that work.
“Because costs were low, people didn’t care, didn’t complain,” she said.
She warned that folks shouldn’t be grateful now if oil countries cut prices from near $100 a barrel to $60 or $70, and compared it to trying to boil a frog.
“You put him in hot water, it jumps right out, you put him in cold water and turn up the heat – he’s a goner,” she said. “We’ve got to figure out how were going to not be the frog in the cold water anymore.”