18 May 2005

The Pause That Enrages

Here is an article from the New Criterion, that says it all about the way the Snobocracy views us and the US.
The Pause That Enrages. enjoy it with a nice cold RC Cola.

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17 May 2005

107 and Counting

Well here we go again.. It has now been 107 days since Tim (not so Big Russ) Russert got Sen Jean Phraud Kerrie (D-Vietnam) to say he was going to turn in his 180 form for the release of ALL of his military records.
Maybe he doesn't have a copy of the form. If not, why not send him a copy, found
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  • Thanks once again to cao's blog for keeping the heat on.

    Too Much To Ask

    I guess it was too much to ask that Sen Lincoln Chaffe (RINO -Virginia - ops RI!) would have supported the President against the Deomcranks in 2 fights in a row.

    Now is the time for the Whitehouse and the RNC to call Rhode Island Republicans and ask who they should be supporting in the upcoming election. Here's my answer:
    Republican Mayor of the City of Cranston Steve Laffey.
    This would be the Pat Toomey / Arlen Spector race all over again, let us just hope that the RNC sides with the RIGHT candidate this time.
    This just my not so humble opinion.

    16 May 2005

    Filibuster This

    When I think of filibusters, I still have the image of Jimmy Stewart panting and sweating on the floor of the Congress, pushing the point that anyone can make good legislation if they try hard enough to block the evil cabal in the leadership. Corruption can be rooted out by stopping the corrupt work of a few, who don't have the will of the majority in their corner.

    Well, what we have had for the last 4 years is nothing like that.
    We have had a minority holding the will of the majority up to a standard that has never been used before. We are watching a disgruntled group of election losers fight and re-fight the battles that they lost, with the same results, until...

    They had a plan. And it worked for 2 years. Keep the Senate majority from being able to vote on the choices that the ELECTED President had sent to the body of the government whose only job in this case, is to Advice and Consent.

    Finally, the Republican majority is going to act like they have a pair, and that they have been gaining seats every election since 2000! Good luck to the good guys, it will be fun to see the President's choices sitting on appellate courts across this great land.

  • Here is a wonderful editorial from The WSJ about this very subject.