Archive for July, 2007

If by "Bipartisan", You Mean…

If by "Bipartisan", You Mean…

| July 31, 2007 | Reply

So, when the Democrats aren’t rooting for more corpses in Iraq, they’re supposed to be working on bipartisan something or another. It’s hard to keep track of Nancy Pelosi’s promises like it’s hard to keep track of pellets in a shotgun shell a second after it’s been fired. I do remember something about a “spirit […]

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Thumbs Up for Honesty. Thumbs Down for Rooting for the Islamists

Thumbs Up for Honesty. Thumbs Down for Rooting for the Islamists

| July 31, 2007 | 3 Replies

Somehow I think that House Majority Whip (that’s the Number 3 Democrat in the House) James Clyburn is going to be hearing from Nancy Pelosi for what he said to the Washington Post. Apparently, he let a very big cat out of the bag. It’s an admission that ought to cost the House Democrats dearly […]

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Cheer Up A Leftist

Cheer Up A Leftist

| July 31, 2007 | Reply

Pick your favorite leftist blogger, drop on over to the comments section and let them know that you won’t advertise on Bill O’Reilly’s show either. It won’t actually matter that you never have advertised on the show. They’ll be too busy wetting themselves in elation to notice.

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Breaking News!

Breaking News!

| July 30, 2007 | Reply

The folks at Wonkette are low-class asses. What? That didn’t surprise you? Then it’s probably not much of a shock either that they wished for the death of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court today either. It wasn’t to me either. It’s the left. It’s what they do. UPDATE (July 31, 2155 hours): If […]

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Iraq, Not Such a Disaster (with a Late Evening Whiny Leftist Update)

Iraq, Not Such a Disaster (with a Late Evening Whiny Leftist Update)

| July 30, 2007 | 1 Reply

It had to have hurt the New York Times bigwigs to have to print an optimistic story about Iraq. VIEWED from Iraq, where we just spent eight days meeting with American and Iraqi military and civilian personnel, the political debate in Washington is surreal. The Bush administration has over four years lost essentially all credibility. […]

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RIP Bill Walsh

RIP Bill Walsh

| July 30, 2007 | Reply

Bill Walsh, arguably the greatest professional football coach of the last quarter century, has succumbed to leukemia at the age of 75. As a die-hard Redskins fan, I know very well how good a coach Walsh was. He and Joe Gibbs battled throughout the 1980s, their teams amassing impressive records and winning Super Bowls left […]

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The Pro-Genocide Party

The Pro-Genocide Party

| July 30, 2007 | 1 Reply

It’s really tough to argue with this quote from Jonah Goldberg. Liberals used to be the ones who argued that sending U.S. troops abroad was a small price to pay to stop genocide; now they argue that genocide is a small price to pay to bring U.S. troops home. There’s no doubt that he is […]

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Republicans vs. Redskins.

Republicans vs. Redskins.

| July 30, 2007 | Reply

It looks as if that contentious CNN/YouTube debate is going to get moved, probably into December. The report is that the move is to accomodate some of the big players on the Republican side and their schedules. I’d say that’s a smart move, considering that the date it was originally scheduled for, September 17, puts […]

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Is the big fracas between Hillary clinton and Barak Obama really an issue of experience?

Is the big fracas between Hillary clinton and Barak Obama really an issue of experience?

| July 30, 2007 | Reply

I can’t imagine that it takes much experience to know that offering an unconditional meeting with those who have sworn to destroy us in the very first year of your Presidency is just a dumb idea. You don’t get credit for figuring that out.

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Slanted? Biased? You Gotta Be Kidding Me.

Slanted? Biased? You Gotta Be Kidding Me.

| July 30, 2007 | Reply

I honestly don’t know where to begin on this one. I’ll simply say that you’ll have to search pretty hard today to find a more useless and biased piece than this one from the Los Angeles Times on religion and the 2008 Presidential Race.

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