Limbaugh Trying to Ruin the GOP

There is nothing more politically abhorrent than a man, who carries such sway among conservatives, using his position to destroy the Republican Party. -Rush vows to slander McCain until, "every American agrees with me".

Conservatives like Rush and Michelle Malkin are trying to lay claim to the whole of the Republican Party and for the life of me, I’m not sure the point at which they felt entitled to claim such control. But what we are seeing now is their desperation (For Example: more than one commenter on this site, in order to help justify their hatred, has dismissed the torture of John McCain as no big deal). They convinced themselves that they, in fact, are the Republican Party. Obviously, they were sadly mistaken.

And now that their voices are not the dominant among the American electorate, they feel it’s necessary to pout like adolescent children whose mommy just spanked their little wrist and told them to calm down. But I got news for you: –You’re not special. You don’t have the moral high-ground. And just because you are not going to get your way, it doesn’t mean that you can’t be team players.

The Delusional Right Best Get its Shit Together

I haven’t the stamina to fully express my thoughts on tonight’s Florida Primary. Well, not at this particular time. But needless to say, this will be a huge night for either or .

However, if far-right conservatives ruin our chances in the upcoming presidential election, I’m going to lose it. Last evening, during the State of the Union Address, I was reminded why I loved (and still love) President Bush so much. And I am wholly convinced that the one man, out of the current presidential candidates, who will push forward with President Bush’s grand foreign policy, is none other than senator McCain.

Whether you believe it or not, the future is at stake. The only issue that truly matters is the Democratization of the Middle East. Foreign policy experience is key to uphold the great success of the administration. Because of the Bush Doctrine, the unprecedented diplomatic success with regard to N. Korea, Iran, and Libya was made possible. Bringing in China to the six-party talks was made possible. Creating a world wide consensus of nations to pressure Iran was made possible. –So listen very closely you anti-McCain, far-right conservatives:

Mitt Romney, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama are incapable of conducting the necessary foreign policy measures needed to secure this country. Do you think Mitt Romney, Hillary, or Barack Obama have the clout to strike fear in the hearts of our enemies? You really think that? Do you think they have the clout to create a broad coalition of European nations against the Iranian regime? You believe that? Do you believe Romney has the clout to deal with China or even Russia??? -the fact of the matter is that they do not. And if you think they do, then you're an idiot.

The only person with the strength-of-hand to run our foreign policy is John McCain. So you conservatives need to get your shit together! And you need to get it together fast!

Drunken Master Endorses Obama

Only in the Democratic Party does the endorsement of a drunk who killed a woman and then ran away, create a huge boost of support. -I mean what the fuck?!?

The only thing funnier than this would be if Robert Byrd endorsed .


From left to right: Ted Kennedy (killed a woman). Barack Obama (supports late-term abortion.). Caroline Kennedy (non-politico). Patrick Kennedy (the drug addiction is my disease, chip off the old block)

WASHINGTON — Senator Edward M. Kennedy implored Americans on Monday to “reject the counsels of doubt and calculation,” as he extended his endorsement and placed the aura of his family’s name around the presidential candidacy of Senator Barack Obama.

“It is time again for a new generation of leadership,” Mr. Kennedy said, speaking over a crowd of cheering supporters here at American University. “It is time now for Barack Obama.”

Conservatives Acting Like Left-Wing Lunatics

I’m not a conservative… never have been. I am a South Park Republican, and always will be. However, I share much more in common with conservative thinking than I do with liberal nonsense. Which goes back to the point: Hating liberals doesn’t make me a right-winger; it only means that I’m smart.

Being in the position that I’m in, allows me to view both extremes objectively on the merits of any particular argument. Now this has always caused trouble for me in terms of readership. I have lost many so-called friends due to my opinions against organized religion and my occasional opinions against the conservative movement. What this has proved to me, is that people, either liberal or conservative, will try to punish you, or in my case, stop visiting the blog if you happen to disagree with an opinion they might hold.

Which brings me to the point of the above title:
is a true American hero; a great American. Yet, because his stance on certain issues differ from those of many conservatives, the man is ostracized and childishly attacked. -Almost no different than what the far-left did to senator Lieberman for his opinions in favor of the war in Iraq. It sickens me to be associated with a group of people sharing such a hateful group-think against a prominent republican like senator McCain.

And just like leftist internet blogs, when I visit major conservative websites like Michelle Malkin, Hot Air or any others really, the comment section is inundated with vile slanders against the character of John McCain. Worse yet, the blogsite owners, as with the case of Daily Kos or Crooks and Liars, are instigating the hatred. All of this simply because the man doesn’t toe every single conservative line. And in that regard, these types of conservatives are no different than far-left liberals

If you disagree with John McCain on certain issues… fine! Disagree. There’s no problem there. But if conservatives want to act like Left-Wing lunatics… then I’m going to point it out. -But the MDS (McCain Derangement Syndrome) has to stop. The man is a patriot who deserves respect; not a bunch of fuckin’ insults from whiny conservatives!!!

“Life” on NBC

One of the best new shows on television is a series called Life, on NBC. The first season ended right before the New Year but you can see all of the episodes @

"" is basically about a police detective who after being wrongly convicted of murder, is set free from prison by exonerating DNA evidence. And after settling with the state, the ex-felon/detective (Charlie Crews) is back on the force on a mission to find and kill members of the conspiracy he feels set him up.

However, because most of the precinct still distrusts Crews and because of Crews' distrust of his fellow officers, he is forced to play it safe.

Overall, the storyline and the characters are very complex. Each episode offers something profound to think about and each episode adds a great subplot. And the casting of the show, the visuals, and the story is superb. -I first noticed (Charlie Crews) in the film “Dreamcatcher”. He had a really cool performance in the movie.

If you haven’t seen the show I guarantee it’s worth a watch. If you happen to find the series as great as I do, express your support on the message boards to make sure that it's picked up for another season.

On a side note: I’ve been surprised by the quality of new TV this year. "Dirty, Sexy, Money" and even the new Terminator series is awesome.

Clinton Trying to Out-Black Obama

I love how when Democrats are battling for political dominance, it always comes down to who loves the poor and who loves black people the most.

Anyway, the war between Barack and Bill continues. And the worst insult you can throw at former president Clinton is not to point out his incredible failings as a human being or the fact that he did nothing while Al Qaeda grew in strength during the 90’s; but rather to take a stab at his enormous ego.

ABC News) The war of words between former President and Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. escalated today as Clinton accused his wife's Democratic rival of saying the Reagan administration was better than the Clinton administration...

Clinton didn't back down today as he took another swipe at Obama for courting Republican voters in Nevada and for praising former President Reagan. Clinton then accused Obama of calling conservative darling Reagan a better president than Clinton...

"[Obama] said President Reagan was the engine of innovation and did more, had a more lasting impact on America than I did," Clinton said. "

You know that has to hurt Billy Boy. In his mind, he’s the greatest president since Washington.

***And with this being Martin Luther King Day, I wonder what Dr. King would think about Bill Clinton being widely regarded as the first black president. What type of statement is it to claim that because a white man cheats on his wife and lies habitually, he must be the average African-American? More importantly however, I wonder what he would think of the fact that both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama support the horrific and barbaric practice of partial-birth abortion?

Johnny Mac Takes S.C.

Suck it Trebek!… again

WASHINGTON (AP) - Republican John McCain called his victory in South Carolina's presidential primary on Saturday evidence that his campaign "can carry right through" Florida into the giant round of caucuses and primaries on Feb. 5. "I know it's not easy," he told The Associated Press, "and we've got a long way to go."

While Big Mac’s campaign is going strong, Fred Thompson is just about dead. To me, Thompson is basically a dumber, slower, uncharismatic George Bush. -See ya on Law and Order, bitch!

Freedom… Unless, Of Course, It’s in Bad Taste

Case in Point: A bit of a “controversy” exploded after a magazine used a visual aid in response to a Golf Channel commentator’s metaphor about how the only way to stop Tiger Woods would be for the competition to gang up and, Lynch him in a back alley. The commentator, Kelly Tilghman, was suspended for her choice of words by the Golf Channel even though Tiger forgave the comment and even though her remark was an offhand joke, not something that she said because Tiger is black.

The magazine, Golfweek, used a picture of a noose on its cover to add shock value to their coverage of the Tiger Woods “controversy”. -Throw in a little bit of well organized outrage and what we have is a ruined career and charges of racism.

(CBS News) Golfweek apologized Friday for putting a noose on the cover of its magazine to illustrate the controversy over a Golf Channel anchor's use of "lynch" in a comment about Tiger Woods. The editor responsible for the cover was replaced [Fired] .

"We apologize for creating this graphic cover that received extreme negative reaction from consumers, subscribers and advertisers across the country," Turnstile Publishing Co. president William P. Kupper Jr. said. "We were trying to convey the controversial issues with a strong and provocative graphic image. It is now obvious that the overall reaction to our cover deeply offended many people. For that, we are deeply apologetic."

I happen to be deeply offended by the fact that a man was fired, his career ruined and his family cast in shame over a picture of a rope. [
And it’s not like nooses can’t be used for good things too!] –But I demand an apology from Golfweek for bowing to political correctness at the expense of our freedom of expression... Oh, wait. I’m not black so I guess I can’t guilt-trip Whitey into submission. And keep in mind that the editor of Golfweek had nothing to do with the “lynching” statement but simply used a picture of a noose to highlight the article; to grab attention.

Meanwhile, the
New York Times continues to commit treason and without shame, continues to slander the US military.

One Year Anniversary of the Iraq Surge

You know that when American success is around, the media is silent

To further prove (as if it needs to be) the mainstream media is completely biased against the Bush administration, the Republican Party, and the US military, today is the one year anniversary of the Iraqi troop surge and I hadn't seen any coverage of the issue until a few minutes ago when I checked out John McCain’s website.

But we all know that if the surge was a complete failure, the media would have inundated the entire January 10th news cycle with negative coverage. They would have rolled out the Champaign and celebrated our enemies’ resilience. Unfortunately, for the media and the far-left (pardon the redundancy), the surge has been a great success.

In fact the only coverage I found from a major media outlet
on the subject, was a desperate attempt to paint the surge as a failure using the long-known Democratic talking points of, yeah it worked militarily but look at all this stuff that hasn’t happened (as if nation building in the midst of a bloodthirsty insurgency happens instantaneously). And they hate the Bush administration so much that they won’t even bring themselves to praise the troops on the ground; not even for one day.

The reason is simple: If we win in Iraq the Dems view it as a Bush victory not an American victory. That means that they view a loss in Iraq as a Bush loss not an American loss.

Here’s part of a
joint statement by and that is a reminder why it’s so important to vote the Republican senator into the White House:

After years of mismanagement of the war, many people had grave doubts about whether success in Iraq was possible. In Congress, opposition to the surge from antiwar members was swift and severe. They insisted that Iraq was already "lost," and that there was nothing left to do but accept our defeat and retreat.

In fact, they could not have been more wrong. And had we heeded their calls for retreat, Iraq today would be a country in chaos: a failed state in the heart of the Middle East, overrun by al Qaeda and Iran.

Instead, conditions in that country have been utterly transformed from those of a year ago, as a consequence of the surge. Whereas, a year ago, al Qaeda in Iraq was entrenched in Anbar province and Baghdad, now the forces of Islamist extremism are facing their single greatest and most humiliating defeat since the loss of Afghanistan in 2001...

The McCain Train

Yes! Suck it Trebek!

Update: Judas Takes out the Messiah

"Imagine" by John Lennon

The deconstruction of the mind-boggling stupidity of the song, "Imagine".
By, Opinionnation:

Imagine there's no heaven
It's easy if you try
No hell below us
Above us only sky
Imagine all the people
Living for today...

If there were no heaven people would be less likely to control themselves based on the absence of a rewarding afterlife. If there were no hell, people would be more likely to act purely on violent impulse because of the absence of fear. If everyone were living for today, the likelihood of chaos in the streets increases dramatically. Providing, if in this imaginary world, human necessity (food, water, shelter, etc.) still exist. -Wow, that was easy!

Imagine there's no countries
It isn't hard to do
Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion too
Imagine all the people
Living life in peace...

Hmm? No structural governance for mass populations of tens of millions of people comprised of differing races and creeds? Well, knowing the nature of man and given our basic animalistic instincts, I’m sure nothing can go wrong there…

And no religion, too? Now that one is a little harder. –If he means, imagine the world if religion never existed at any time, I might have trouble condensing the total catastrophe of that reality. The world would have never left the Stone Age, the US would not exist nor would any modern city (no scientific breakthroughs like space travel, etc.). Not to mention
Marxism is responsible for the deaths of 110 million people.

Imagine no possessions
I wonder if you can
No need for greed or hunger
A brotherhood of man
Imagine all the people
Sharing all the world...

Obviously, the absence of material possessions doesn’t change the fact that we need life sustaining nourishment to live. We would still have to fight for our own supply of food and water; not only for us but for our children. So yes, greed, despite no possessions, would still exist. In fact it would exist at a life threatening scale. Of course, without corporate-controlled transportation we couldn’t share the world. We would all be forced to deal with those people who lived in the immediate area. And we would have to stake claim to a territory of clean water, food and shelter...

-I think what Lennon meant to say is: Imagine if human beings weren’t human.

First Step in a Crushing Defeat

is cool… unelectable, but cool. Couple his win with Iowa win and what we have is a recipe for disaster. The GOP needs to wise up

It's looks, as if we might be
pulling a John Kerry.

Update: Rich Lowry adds to the point

Global Cooling Dooms Edwards Campaign

is the phoniest of the phony. -The ultra fake. -The ambulance chasing, mansion dwelling poverty-exploitation extraordinaire. -Sitting atop his high horse of hypocrisy, preaching socialism to the second America. -The America from which he so desperately tried to escape. -Our America.

But back to the story: To cap off his four-year campaign to win Iowa's Democratic caucus Thursday night, John Edwards planned a 36-hour marathon bus tour through 15 of the crucial state's 99 counties with a whole series of policy announcements to garner publicity and caucus votes.

But 12 hours into the political odyssey -- billed as Edwards' "Marathon for the Middle Class" -- his Main Street Express bus began making very disturbing noises in western Iowa. In darkness, the bus with the entire Edwards entourage pulled over at a service station and was abandoned.

As the article goes on to point out, the symbolism of his bus breaking down in the middle of his "Marathon for the Middle Class" is simply perfect. And with the below-freezing temperatures, I thank
global cooling for this great gift.

Mentally Divergent Ron Paul Supporters

I don’t really post much about Ron Paul. Frankly, the idiot isn’t worth my time. However, who can keep from making fun of his retarded supporters?

NEW YORK (AP) -- ABC and Fox News Channel are narrowing the field of presidential candidates invited to debates this weekend just before the New Hampshire primary, in Fox's case infuriating supporters of Republican Rep. Ron Paul.

You heard it right. They are infuriated! They are infuriated with furious anger. So angrily furious that it’s time to take extraordinary action against the conspiracy. -One Ron Paul supporter points out what needs to be done:

Boycott the Products and Services controlled by International Money Cartel [IMC] and their cronies... WE-THE-PEOPLE; Ron Paul is our Spokesman/Candidate... but WE need to do what needs TO BE DONE for our Paulian rEVOLution to succeed ...

HITLER’S ARIAN PROJECT is well alive... same INTERNATIONAL MONEY CARTEL [IMC] is not only making GLOBAL WARS, controlling OIL, DRUGS, the US Government, MEDIA, but also, is well on the way to CONTROL World’s FOOD CROPS and Population
The International Money Cartel?... LOL