October 30, 2004

Commie Pinko Red Doper Diaper Baby

So, apparently Kerry is all but a confirmed member of the communist party. Read this article about how he followed the instructions of Vietnamese communists re: his protests of the Nam War. This doesn't surprise me at all, and it surprises me less that the mainstream media hasn't caught on. Lucianne's about the only one carrying it. Now, if it were Bush who were found to have been in kahoots with communists, you would never hear the end of that, but I think that's for a legitimate reason this time--that would be inconsistent with Bush's character. This is fully consistent with Kerry's.

But it's true, and you have the scoop possibly before any major media outlets ever report it. I still don't understand how anyone could vote for this guy, especially given the fact that the terrorists have said they want him in office. He's endorsed by cold blooded, vicious, evil killers; I hope that thinking Democrats fail to justify their vote for him now and switch to Bush, who is hated by evil killers. I don't know, I think it says a lot who supports and opposes a candidate, and I'm going with the candidate that evil killers hate. But, that's just me.


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October 29, 2004

Say What?

From Lucianne, today:

How's-That-Again? Department:

Brokaw: Someone has analyzed the President’s military aptitude tests and yours, and concluded that he has a higher IQ than you do.
Kerry: That’s great. More power. I don’t know how they’ve done it, because my record is not public. So I don’t know where you’re getting that from.

-NBC Nightly News, October 28, 2004
Golden Drawstring to PoliPundit

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October 28, 2004

Must See TV

I've just found this website, and it is an absolute must visit blog. It has great video clips that highlight various events that have gone on in these last several months leading up to the election. Some are hilarious, some are downright infuriating. You have to check out the one with John Edwards versus George Bush in a battle for the best on-camera hair.

Oh, and they have Ashlee Simpson looking like a dork on SNL. So, in case you aren't so into politics, there's something for everyone at The Daily Recycler. Tell them Emily sent you! :)

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Dan Rather can breathe a momentary sigh of relief

For those of you who are following the recent story that will most likely turn into another Rather-gate, it turns out CBS, the New York Times and the Kerry camp are embroiled in yet another scandal involving fraudulent accusations against our Commander in Chief.

The NYT first reported that about 380 tons of explosives had been stolen, or were missing, from a weapons depot that is currently under the supervision of U.S. forces. The accusation was that our men in uniform had somehow let 760,000 pounds of explosives slip by, on their watch--explosives that could, of course, prove highly dangerous. Now, despite how ridiculously absurd that accusation is just given the enormous undertaking (can you imagine driving most likely over 70 huge trucks full of thousands of pounds of explosives right by the U.S. Army or Marine Corps?), the Kerry camp has taken it so far as to blame the president for his lack of leadership.

Just after the story broke and Kerry began slamming Bush, ABC began its own investigation into this gold mine of a story. (I love that now ABC and NBC, both liberal corporations, have turned on CBS and are determined to rat them out, as they deserve to be.) ABC and other news outlets (see LGF) found that the explosives most likely were not there by the time our troops had even arrived in Iraq. See news links on left for more details. So, once again, Kerry was blaming the troops for atrocities that had never been committed.

But wait! There's more. Even better, now ABC has uncovered documents that show that most likely, there were only 3 tons of explosives in that depot. That's sure a far cry from 380!! Coming up on this election, it is imperative that you all are informed about the "October surprises" the Kerry camp is trying to pull. Organizations like Drudge and Lucianne are screwing those efforts up, however. Please be informed. The rhetoric is only going to get that much more vicious and vague, and the only way to combat it is with truth and hard facts.

The Democrats are getting desperate. Watch them run with their tail between their legs over this latest story. I am so proud of the RNC. Normally, the Republicans are the ones shooting themselves in the foot this close to an election, but there hasn't been any of that. Props to those at the Bush camp!

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October 27, 2004

There is a God, and He is Good

Red Sox have won the World Series!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Curse of the Bambino has been broken!! You know what that means?... Bush is going to win.

If you'll excuse me, I need to get back to screaming like a giddy teenager.

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Strong Enough to Be My Man

There have been those who would say that Bush has handled terrorism the same way any president would have. Many have proported that Gore would have gone into Afganistan the same way, and that Bush was doing what any intelligent president would have done. If only that were true. Below is a list of terrorist attacks that happened under the beloved President Clinton, and his responses to such attacks. (My list is taken from an article called How 9/11 Happened, by Ann Coulter.)

In February 1993, the World Trade Center was bombed by Muslim fanatics, killing five people and injuring hundreds. Clinton did nothing.

In October 1993, eighteen American troops were killed in a savage firefight in Somalia. The corpse of one American was dragged through the streets of Mogadishu as the Somalian hordes cheered. Clinton responded by ordering our troops home. Osama bin Ladin later told ABC News, "The youth...realized more than before that the American soldier was a paper tiger and after a few blows, ran in defeat."

In November 1995, five Americans were killed and thirty wounded by a car bomb in Saudi Arabia set by Muslim extremists. Clinton did nothing.

In June 1996, a U.S. Air Force housing complex in Saudi Arabia was bombed by Muslim extremists. Clinton did nothing.

Months later, Saddam attacked the Kurdish-controlled city of Erbil. Clinton lobbed some bombs into Iraq, hundreds of miles from Saddam's forces.

In November 1997, Iraq refused to allow UN weapons inspectors to do their jobs and threatened to shoot down a U.S. U-2 spy plane. Clinton did nothing.

In February 1998, Clinton threatened to bomb Iraq, but called it off when the United Nations said no.

On August 7, 1998, U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania were bombed by Muslim extremists. Clinton did nothing.

Here's the best part...
On August 20, Monica Lewinsky appeared for the second time to testify before the grand jury. Clinton responded by bombing Afganistan and Sudan, severely damaging a camel and an aspirin factory. (And you thought Wag the Dog was a fictional movie.)

On December 16, the House of Representatives prepared to impeach Clinton the next day. Clinton retaliated by ordering major air strikes against Iraq, described by the New York Times as "by far the largest military action in Iraq since the end of the Gulf War in 1991."

The only time Clinton decided to go to war with anyone in the vicinity of Muslim fanatics was in 1999--when Clinton attacked Serbians who were fighting Muslim fanatics.

In October 2000, our warship the USS Cole was attacked by Muslim extremists. Clinton did nothing.

There you have it folks--proof positive that George Bush is a bigger man than the last two presidents (yes, including his father). He even stuck to his guns more than Reagan did in the Middle East. He's a man of his word. If he vowed to the victims of 9/11 that this would never happen again, he made sure of that on the best intelligence he had at the time. Even the Clintons and our dear Kerry were with him on invading Iraq. So, I'm just not sure what all the whining is about. The democrats supported this war. It's war...it's not pretty. And he's the only president in recent history who had the guts to stand up to terrorism, as you can see from the evidence above.

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October 25, 2004

What a Wonderful World

Ah, the joys of going to a school devoid of intelligent thought. Such is the world of music. Yes, they can be brilliant in terms of scoring a masterful composition, but when it comes to matters that concern the world not involving chord progressions, I've found most musicians completely lacking. I will try to summarize the many short conversations I had today, as I was officially outed as the school's only Republican (okay, so maybe there's one or two more...maybe).

As is to be expected because we are so close to November 2nd, every time any class attempts to read a rhythm or melody line, we are inevitably sucked into a conversation about George Bush. That's normal, right?

Well, anyway, today, some of my classmates were discussing (and, oh so articulately, what with their "f*****g Bush is f*****g the world, man!" style soundbites) the nature of the 2000 election among other liberal regurgitations, and I couldn't help but smile and giggle to myself at the incredible stupidity flowing in the room. They looked over at me and laughed and finally asked, "What?!? Who are you voting for?" You must know that up until this point, even though I had quite vocally challenged Kerry's competence and other ridiculous assertions made by my lefty friends, they had still assumed I was liberal. Well, we know what they say about assuming. But I digress.

I responded very simply, "Bush." Oh my, open the floodgates. You know the sound in movies they use to illustrate the drama of a room quickly silenced? It sounds something like a record in half spin stopping. Well, you could literally hear that as all the up and coming rappers responded, "WHAT?!?!? Aaaaahhhh....noooo." Among other profound statements.

My favorite question I was asked just after that was by a young, very good looking black man. He took off his headphones and said, "Are you rich?" Knowing full well, his hemispheres just weren't connecting and he too was simply chanting the liberal mantra, I said, "Oh, SUPER rich." He didn't flinch, so I thought I'd help the brother out by adding, "NO!!" He just put his headphones back on, all the while assuming I'm also a racist, bigoted, once slave owner, I'm sure. He made a devil face at me and said "Bush" in a scary voice as he left the room. Clever man.

So, this is only the introduction of my emergence as the token conservative. I will follow up with what happened when I went to lunch with a centrist and a rabid liberal, I promise. I think I even may work on an article to send out to papers. We'll see. But for now, I think I've given you more than enough to mull over and enjoy.

Signing off,
The more Elle Woods take on Ann Coulter,

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October 24, 2004

Late Breaking News!!

The Band blog has been updated. (Look on the left panel, bottom.) That is all.

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October 22, 2004

Humble Pie

Just a little note concerning a recent mishap with my website:

If any of you were misdirected to a questionable site by clicking on any of my links, please know that it was a complete typo on my part and has been my horror for the last 8 hours. If you don't know what I'm talking about, great. But if you were in any way affected by this, I am deeply sorry. It was an oversight that will never happen again.

I think that's as discreet as I can get. Until next time! :)

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October 21, 2004

When Good Parties Go Bad


Injuries reported as fans get out of control after last night's Red Sox victory

I hate this stuff. Why can't people celebrate without nearly killing other people? Harvard apparently doesn't teach "The Art of Avoiding the Stampede 101."

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Grateful Allies

For those who desire to be good citizens, it is imperative to become informed about the domestic and foreign issues that affect our nation and world. In order that one might obtain accurate information of the goings on in our world, I've started a short list (on the left) of intellectual, honest, thoughful websites that one might visit to seek out such knowledge. It is still a work in progress, and new sites will be added when I am able to review them.

One great site to get information not reported in the mainstream media is Little Green Footballs. This blog has become highly influential in the dissemination of information damning to liberals and the Kerry camp (again, information not found on ABC, CBS et al). LGF just posted about the latest paper to endorse Bush for president. That paper is the Jewish Press. This is a highly significant endorsement for Bush, and a well-deserved one as well. His support for Israel has been unwavering, and the Jews in this country recognize that. Here are some exerpts of their editorial. I highly recommend you read it in full, however.

It was George W. Bush’s lot to have been elected president at a time when two defining developments were at work, fundamentally changing the world landscape. The European Union’s burgeoning determination to fill the international political void created by the collapse of the Soviet Union was one. And the unprecedented challenges presented by an international terror crusade on the move —underscored eight months into Mr. Bush’s presidency by 9/11 — was the other.

Both these developments required — and will continue to require — leadership not rooted in outdated geopolitical thinking; leadership cognizant of the reality that our ostensible friends do not necessarily share our interest in a strong United States and that our enemies do not risk as much as we do from confrontations gone seriously bad.

With this in mind, the choice Americans must make on November 2 should be an easy one. One can prattle about the significance of this or that difference between President Bush and Senator Kerry on the environment, Social Security, jobs, taxes and a whole slew of other domestic issues. But that avenue ineluctably ends up as a clash of partisan talking points about inherently insoluble problems. When it comes, however, to the war on terror — the overarching issue of our time — the choice of Mr. Bush over Mr. Kerry is a clear one from everything available in the public record. And for those with a special interest in Israel, the choice is even clearer.

They conclude...

To our mind, based on their own statements, the imperative of responding to the worldwide terrorist threat, and the particular targeting of Israel, the choice this year is George W. Bush over John F. Kerry.

And this is not even to address Mr. Kerry’s shameful creating, out of whole cloth, politically motivated scares over a reinstatement of the military draft and a reduction in Social Security benefits. Mr. Kerry’s assertions are totally without foundation, and they put his credibility further into question. He should be ashamed of himself.

All things considered, we all will be better off with George W. Bush as president for the next four years.

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Sox Win!!


The Red Sox have finally crushed the Yankees and the infamous "Curse of the Bambino" to advance to the world series. It's baseball history, and I couldn't be more excited. New England is probably still partying. This is the only shared interest I have with John Kerry: We both want Boston to win. (Though for a while I did question whether or not I should remain a fan.)

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October 18, 2004

Because We Can, Can, Can!

A rather refreshing distraction from the feuds of Britney and Christina, Hillary and Lindsey, it seems Tucker Carlson (conservative co-host of CNN's Crossfire) and Jon Stewart (infamous Daily Show host) are still at it. At least they have something other than Vogue's catalogue to fight about. Though I wouldn't mind Stewart giving Carlson a little fashion tip (lose the bowtie!). If you don't feel politics is entertaining or exciting (well, you're obviously not reading the news), then savor this story. :)

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October 17, 2004

Things that make you go, "Hmmm..."


I just read an interesting story about dear Jon Stewart. It's on Drudge. Here's the link. Apparently, the guy ain't so funny when he's called out on issues. And this was on CNN!! Enjoy.

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October 16, 2004

Fahrenhype 9/11


FahrenHype 9/11.
I just saw this movie, and it should be required viewing for every American who's even heard of Michael Moore. It is right next to Moore's "documentary," in Blockbuster, and I would assume in other video rental stores as well. It is a comprehensive, well done, real documentary exposing the lies of Moore and his cronies who espouse ridiculous un-truths such as the ever popular mind numbing mantra: "We went to war for oil." In addition to asking for reasons why we haven't seen any real perks of a so-called "war for oil" (in LA, we're paying over $2.50 a gallon), now you'll have data and documents to throw in the face of idiocy.

You must rent it/buy it and make all of your friends watch it. He grossly misrepresented, no, completely distorted nearly every piece of imagery and footage in his film. He made soldiers seem like brutal, mindless, killing machines who resented being sent to war, and he made it seem as though many of the injured soldiers were bitter about their wounds. These same soldiers and their families appear on Fahrenhype 9/11 and say that their comments were taken out of context, that they never met Michael Moore, they do not agree with anything that comes out of his mouth, and that they were not notified, nor would they ever have agreed to being involved in Moore's film.

Moore has committed fraud time and time again in his film. One person interviewed in Fahrenhype said that Moore's film will be studied in film schools for decades to come as one of the most powerful pieces of propaganda to be aired since the time of the Nazi propaganda films. I agree.

Please, visit the website. Tell everyone you know who's seen Moore's film, to rent Fahrenhype 9/11. And begin spreading the word about the truth of Bush's presidency and the evils of terrorism.

Moore to come, later. :)

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October 15, 2004

One for the road

I have to get to school, but I will post more tonight, Scout's honor--if that means anything anymore. Though I'm in a hurry, I just had to get something on here that horrified me.

Please read this. It's a report about a black rapper saying that blacks cheered when 9-11 happened. Now, I am sure that most black people would think that's news to them. Every black person I've ever spoken with since that day has expressed horror and sorrow over those events. I hope they rise up and destroy this guy. He's a marxists through and through, if you ask me. I just hope he doesn't pull out the race card when his comments are called into question.

Remember, we blasted the Dixie Chicks, and their comments made them look like Pollyanna next to this guy. Please read.

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A thousand apologies for not posting anything today. I will be back tomorrow with the latest coming out of both the Kerry and Bush camps, as well as "Emily's Voter Guide," at least for the California voters.

I've just come back from a meeting sponsored by the Christian Israel Nexus. It was a powerful gathering of Jews and Christians alike expressing their loyal support of the state of Israel. The Jewish leaders behind the event also chose to use it as a Memorial for our beloved Pastor Scott Bauer who passed away suddenly last October 24. He was a friend to the Jewish community and their love for him was more than evident tonight.

I will give a brief account of all that transpired there tomorrow, as well as ways you can get involved in supporting Israel. If you are a Christian, it is imperative you do so. If you are a Jew, you don't even need me to say that. And if you're an athiest or a member of some other religion, it would do you well to understand the significance of this country and how supporting her preserves civilization.

More to come manana (that's tomorrow for those of you not from L.A.),

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October 12, 2004

Where wonders never cease


It's a tough call deciding which is the more accurate and more flattering belief of John Kerry and John Edwards. Are they fully delusional, or flat out liars? I do not use either word lightly or as an insult; I use them to get to the bottom of some of the outrageous claims the two have made in the last months. (I'm not going to go 20 years back; this post would be too long.)

Just today, John Edwards, speaking at Newton High School in Newton, Iowa, said, "We will stop juvenile diabetes, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and other debilitating diseases... When John Kerry is president, people like Christopher Reeve are going get up out of that wheelchair and walk again." This was made in reference to stem cell research in Edward's 30-minute speech at the school. To say this is unbelievable is an understatement. That a Vice Presidential candidate would politicize and exploit the death of a beloved actor is beyond disgusting. And I would say the same thing if they were Republicans. How sick to use Christopher Reeve's recent death to elicit sympathy from those who suffer from handicaps and those who take care of them.

As if Reeve didn't have the best medical research and medical team available already. What a slap in the face to the doctors who labored to get him where he was before his sudden death. What a slap to his family. "If only your husband would have had his accident when Kerry would be President. This wouldn't have happened," is exactly what Edwards was saying. Sick.

Back to the delusion statement. The Kerry-Edwards team refuses to believe that terrorism is an imminent threat to our safety, despite the evidence. They both espouse the lie that George W. Bush gives tax breaks to the rich and neglects the poor and middle class, despite evidence to the contrary. Their camp still claims we went to war over oil, despite evidence that contradicts that very claim. And now, to add to the lot, they now have a Jesus complex.

Apparently all diseases will be healed when John, aka "Jesus", takes office. Have no fear, as our candidate has said numerous times (delusion #...I lost count), "Help is on the way!" (Though I voted against a measure that would send it to you, but that's beside the point.)

But nasty old George Bush, he gave you those diseases and has the cure to all of them stored in a "lock box" in the Oval Office. But, I, JFK, will get you that cure by killing unborn babies and experimenting with their cellular make up. After that, I will perform my annual trick of walking on water. Stay tuned.

Again, not sure what it is. Are they liars or pathological liars now delusional? You tell me. I'd love to know.

P.S. If you still think I'm using that word lightly, look it up. It fits just fine.

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October 11, 2004

Comic Relief

Lucianne used to have the caption, "Kerry assumes the position for proposed summits," on this photo. Hilarious.

A slight change of pace from the previous post, I've just added a new site to my Favorites on the left hand side of this page. It's called "Football Fans for Truth." Now, I'm not huge on mockery, and I fully understand that photos can be completely unfair. But this site is quite hilarioius. Not only do they have shots of Kerry fumbling footballs, but they've got him in other sports as well.

I'm sure I could easily find sites that are dedicated to unflattering pictures of Bush, but he gets enough of that from the mainstream media and comics. Jon Stewart has his show. I have my humble blog. Only, I don't pretend I'm an equal opportunity offender. (But I do love you Jon!) Enjoy.

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I don't expect too many have heard about this, and that's for a good reason. The mainstream media refuse to report on it because the offenses are against Republicans. Yet one more piece of evidence among the slew that supports our constant cry that the media is biased. Well, in case you haven't heard about the character of many Kerry supporters, please read the following articles. At least peruse so that you have some ammo against those who say we're the fascists. What a joke. For your reading pleasure....

The AFL CIO carried out a systematic attack on several Bush-Cheney headquaters including this one in Orlando. They painted swastikas and Hitler mustaches on the Bush posters.

In Gainesville, Florida, another attack was made on Bush-Cheney headquarters.

In Miami, more mobsters from the AFL CIO injured Bush campaign volunteers and vandalized the office. I believe the latest report indicated that one volunteer was pushed so hard it broke their arm.

In Tampa, more Bush volunteers, including one elderly woman, were intimidated by Kerry supporters as they ransacked this office as well. And the media?...still MIA apparently.

In Knoxville, TN, shots were fired into a campaign office after hours. Thank God no one was injured, and this one actually made it onto USA Today, though they never referenced the other attacks.

In Madison, Wis., a Nazi swastika was burned into the lawn of a homeowner who had a Bush-Cheney sign in his yard.

In Deluth, teenagers confessed to vandalizing a man's Bush-Cheney yard signs. At least they confessed.

And, in Wisconsin, another group of unruly Democrats disrupted and intimidated workers at a Bush-Cheney office.

And today, in Spokane, another office was vandalized.

Where is Katie Couric and Michael Moore and Sean Penn and the rest of the hypocritical left screaming about injustices? That's right, I forgot, they're too caught up spinning these and covering them up. Silly me.

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October 05, 2004

Life as a musician


I know many will be tilting their heads in confusion when I say that I don't have any comments on the VP debate. That's is for one reason: haven't seen it yet. I know, I'm a slacker. I plan on watching it tomorrow night, and I'm sure I'll have more than my fair share of comments against whom my friend Chris Corts calls Fluffy Edwards. In the meantime, you can certainly check Chris's website for more comprehensive, intelligent, and highly entertaining commentary on current political events.

As many know, I've fully emersed myself in the music world right now, and I'm paying good money to do so. Boy, am I paying for it. Hopefully the return will be worth it; I'm sure it will be. I had many reservations about diving headfirst into a fully secular, musical environment. To begin with, as I've told many of you before, I felt like Elle Woods (Legally Blonde) every time I walked on campus. Because I don't have full sleeve tattoos and piercings making me a virtual sprinkler, I'm assumed a vocal major, to which I adamantly reply, "I'm a keyboardist!" I felt like the perfect little, preppy square walking on campus, and I might as well have introduced myself in a dippy voice, "Hi, um, I'm Emily. I love Jesus and George Bush. And I feed the homeless and sew clothes for orphans in my spare time."

But, alas, my fears have been allayed, as I've encountered some really great people. I'm shocked that I've not needed to open one door for myself since I've been there. The guys are much more gentleman-like than I could have anticipated. Now, this is not to say that there isn't a good amount of "deadwood" at the school. A certain four letter word that starts with "F" has been the word of the day, ranging from use as an adjective, noun, verb, adverb, preposition, and article. Quite amazing. It's been a while since I've been in college, so I'm having to get over the initial shock of hearing the language I love dearly assaulted every five minutes.

But I'm having a blast being inundated with more information than my 23-year-old brain can handle. I don't plan on leaving a virtuoso, but hopefully just that much closer. :) Keep you posted!


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October 02, 2004

They walk among us

Well, the latest news off Drudge says that anchormen Tom Brokaw and Peter Jennings are supporting Dan Rather through the latest scandal in which CBS is involved. As if the whole world didn't know the left leaning bias of Brokaw and Jennings. Why wouldn't they defend their comrade? It's one thing to support him, but to defend his actions and give some of the quotes these guys did is downright ridiculous and hypocritical.

Brokaw, for example, was quoted as saying: "What I think is highly inappropriate is what going on across the Internet, a kind of political jihad ... that is quite outrageous." What's outrageous is a few things: 1. That CBS ever aired the story. 2. That CBS tried to cover it's tracks and still has yet to take complete responsibility for it, and 3. That Brokaw would even use the word "jihad" in this context. What he's unhappy with is the truth being found out. If it isn't obvious to all, these guys have no respect for ordinary Americans. Or Americans who aren't completely engrossed by their politics. If they respected us, they'd give us the truth, no matter the consequence. But they don't think we're capable of thinking on our own, hence they tell us what to think.

Jennings piped in, not emotionally but ever so hypocritically, "I don't think you ever judge a man by only one event in his career." Interesting. Because even if the Guard documents were real, wouldn't that be exactly what you all were doing to George W. Bush? I know, it's an unfair question, and I'm confusing you with the facts, but I just thought I'd throw that one out there.

Oy, the left really can be so irritating with it's "almost truths." Let me tell you boys, the American public is getting quite tired of your shenanigans, and if I'm not mistaken, your ratings reflect that.

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October 01, 2004

He says, he says

I've just begun watching the debates, and I must pause simply to reflect my thoughts at this juncture. To begin with, the Kerry camp make-up artist did a fine job on JFK. He seems to have lost the Christina Aguilara/Charlize Theron spray tan mishap look, but still seems slightly jaundiced. But better, nonetheless.

I appreciate how, so far, each candidate has stayed within the time limits. This seems to be a first, and I'm glad they're conducting themselves so professionally. (But again, I haven't seen the whole thing.)

However, I find myself completely baffled time and time again each time Sen. Kerry opens his mouth. I'm astounded at the inconsistencies and flat out lies that he proports. I know this should not be a surprise, being that his nickname is "Flipper" as he cannot take a stand on a single issue, but I'm still in awe, you could say. I became the most flabbergasted when he said to our troops, "Help is on the way." I am so sorry....what?!?! This coming from a man who voted against the help that President Bush was trying to send. I don't understand how you can say, in front of millions of people, that you are going to help our troops, when clearly your track record shows you've voted against every measure to do so!

His claim that families had to buy body armor for their serviceman was such a load of hooey. This man, again, voted against sending aid to our troops and then claims that our President is depriving them of such. Oh, the agony.

I wish President Bush would have pounded him a bit more for those inconsistencies. I'm glad he finally did say something about the $87B, but it should be repeated over and over again just for clarity.

Though I shouldn't be, I'm still in awe of Kerry's blatant lies. It's nearly comical that he actually continues telling them thinking that no one is going to find out. He reminds me of a little boy who thinks if he closes his eyes, no one can see him.

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