Week/Passed-911 Commission "Report Card"; Quotables-Coulter, Enemies, Wal-Mart Hatred; Web Site Week.

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Ten Marines Killed; UN Up to Old Tricks; Those Revealing Louisiana Emails.

Stories Monday-12/4/05

Al-Jazeera shows tape of American soldiers being blown up. UN condemns Israel. For daring to exist.

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Saddam’s Trial

Said lack of clean underwear a form of terrorism. Decided not to show up such was his disgust. Stories on 12/6/05, 12/7/05, 12/8/05.

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9-11 Omission-Commission Gives Report Card; Delay Indictment Thrown Out.

Story Tuesday 12/6/05.

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Democrats Put Feet in Mouth

Against the war, waving the white flag.

John Kerry’s quote Weds. 12/7/05; Howard Dean’s nonsense Thurs. 12/8/05.

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Joe Lieberman Secretary of Defense?

Check out Friday 12/9/05.

Political Cartoon of the Week

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on "Enemies"
From various and sundry. Some plainly true, some unclear, some make no sense at all.

'You can discover what your enemy fears most by observing the means he uses to frighten you.' - Eric Hoffer (1902 - 1983)

'Forgive your enemies, but never forget their names.' - John F. Kennedy (1917 - 1963)

'The enemy is anybody who's going to get you killed, no matter which side he's on.'
Joseph Heller (1923 - ), Catch 22

'Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake.' -
Napoleon Bonaparte (1769 - 1821)

'Always forgive your enemies; nothing annoys them so much.' -
Oscar Wilde (1854 - 1900)

'Use your enemy's hand to catch a snake.' - Persian Proverb


More Wal-Mart Hatred

The tobacco companies got their head handed to them. Some of it rightly deserved. Yet the states who received all that lawsuit money do not easily provide smokers a way to quit smoking.

Do you think they just wanted the money? Nah.

Now the lawyers have McDonalds and the like on their radar. Because they are “worried” about the children. Soon enough the lawsuits will fly, the fast food outlets will pay and the politicos will collect their money that they may be re-elected.

As for Wal-Mart, well it too is a successful enterprise. Therefore it should pay more money, it should be forced to pay its employees a wage not foisted on any other business, it should be forced to pay full health benefits for its mostly part-time employees, again a restriction not placed on any other business.

Hey, it’s the success! Success is a bad thing. You get successful you must be punished, you must pay more taxes, you must be sued and your profits plundered for the success you’ve had.

Please don’t whisper about shopping somewhere else to the haters of business success. We are dumb Americans out here in la-la land and we don’t eat what’s good for us, we smoke despite all the evidence and we continue to shop at Wal-Mart despite the fact that the store’s cheap prices often mean lower wages for the workers.

Punishing success is a Moonbat’s job. Taking the money from successful enterprises is only right and fair. The American people are too stupid to know on what silliness they spend their money.

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"...I know people who hate Wal-Mart. I've interviewed the founders of anti-Wal-Mart web sites and leaders of protests to prevent Wal-Marts from being built in their communities. And whenever possible I try to interrupt their petition gathering and sign waving and protest marching to get them to answer the same question: 'Why not just shop somewhere else?' The simplicity of the question seems to startle them. They act as though I've asked a starving Ethiopian family why they don't just send out for pizza."

- Talk show host Michael Graham
“We're told Wal-Mart doesn't pay its employees enough. It doesn't offer generous enough benefits. But if Wal-Mart is so terrible, why didn't these employees choose to take other jobs? Or, were no better jobs available? Is it remotely possible that Wal-Mart should actually be given credit for creating jobs? Could it be that the company has helped its employees escape unemployment and poverty?

"Listen: the free market offers Wal-Mart haters an easy way to hit Wal-Mart right where it hurts. These folks need only start their own companies and pay workers more and offer generous healthcare benefits. Problem solved!"

- Paul Jacob of Americans for Limited Government



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Sweet Tookie

Click here for a look at Tookie’s Victims.
Victims unmentioned in all the Hollywood Moonbat efforts to lionize this man.

Below-in sweet Tookie’s own words:

'You should have heard the way he sounded when I shot him,' Williams bragged after killing Albert Owens. According to the district attorney's summary of the evidence, 'Williams then made gurgling or growling noises and laughed hysterically about Owens's death.'

Below-other thoughts on the Tookie matter:

"Incredibly, this thug is the object of the left's latest craze. For many anti-death penalty fundamentalists, it is not enough to oppose the execution of a savage killer -- the killer must be extolled as a noble soul whose death would be a loss for humanity. Thus Hollywood has honored Williams with a made-for-TV movie. The media have weighed in with sympathetic stories. A slew of celebrities, including such moral giants as Tom Hayden and Snoop Dogg, are clamoring for Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to grant clemency and spare Williams's life. And all but forgotten amid this orgy of adulation are the victims Williams so cruelly murdered nearly three decades ago."

- Boston Globe columnist Jeff Jacoby

In the interest of fair and balanced, here’s a link to’s Kathleen Parker’s treatise against the death penalty.

Our first principle should be never to kill an innocent person, and thus err on the side of life. As recompense for delaying the dark gratification of revenge, we liberate ourselves from involuntary servitude as audience to those for whom Death Row has become a stage.

Finally, killers such as Tookie Williams, condemned to life without parole, vanish into the hell of obscurity where they belong.


Howard Dean and Iraqi Women

Seems Mr. Dean, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee and Moonbat, has been proven wrong yet again.

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It’s been a while since Dean uttered the ridiculous quote above. Goodness knows he’s said plenty since then. But this utterance hits home to me because on Friday, Dec. 2,2005 in this year of our Lord, I chanced to watch a Nightline show. Hosted by Terry Moran, a group of Iraqis were part of a “round table” discussion on how things are going in Iraq and what the future might bring.

I heard the Iraqi women, with mine own lying ears, state how hopeful they were for the future and how much better life was for them now with Saddam removed.

Oh dear. Could the lovely Howie of the foot in mouth disease, actually have been wrong?

And if he was wrong then, why should we believe a word the man ever says?


REALITY: Iraq’s new constitution mandates that women hold one-quarter of the seats in Iraq’s parliament and protects them against gender discrimination, unlike Saddam’s capricious legal system. Iraqi women now enjoy more political power than they did under Saddam’s dictatorship, which was run exclusively by men.

Saddam’s 1980 invasion of Iraq and 1990 invasion of Kuwait resulted in the deaths of so many men that women were brought into Iraq’s labor force to replace them. But this economic advancement came at a terrible price in repression. Entire Iraqi families were jailed as collective punishment for alleged crimes against the state. Saddam’s goons tortured, killed, and raped women to punish their husbands and male relatives for political opposition. Those who argue that Iraqi women were better off under Saddam ignore the terrible crimes against women that were carried out by his regime.


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It’s Intriguingly Addictive

Click on the picture to play this addictive but very simple little game.

Haven’t went past 45 seconds yet.

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