Thursday, November 30, 2006


I'd like to talk about Bill O'Idiot one of my favorite people. The idiot gives me more ammo on my website then anyone else. But this really pisses me off. He said on his show yesterday the term Happy Holliday's is "insulting to christians."

Now I've gone on record saying I really don't care if the greeting is Merry Christmas or Happy Holliday's or whatever that is up to the person saying it but my question is for anyone who would like to respond is how is Happy Holliday's insulting to christians?

If I can get an answer I'd appreciate it.

And for the record I'm Jewish just so anyone who is new here knows.

Thomas Sowell

You know I wonder why they can do this. I read a column in today's Los Angeles Daily News by Thomas Sowell and he is quoting one book and comes to the following conclusion:

Conservatives give more to charity then liberals and liberals make more money then conservatives.

Seriously that's his conclusion based off one book. I wonder unless that book has statistics on EVERY family in America how he say that. There is no way to judge whether conservatives OR liberals spend more on charity and whether conservatives or liberals earn more money. It's impossible to state and I'm sure for every conservative book that states that there is a liberal book that states the same information about liberals.

But a typical right-winger as Sowell is he just uses that book as fact and goes with it and doesn't do any research.

Wednesday, November 29, 2006


So I see Bill Frist (R) is not going to run for President in 2008. I wonder why? Could it be the fact he in part cost the Republicans the Senate? Could it be his, like all Senate Republicans obsession with the Terry Schaivo case which was none of their business? It could be so many things I don't know where to begin.

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

More Huh?

I'd like to give a quote from one of the people on my enemies list Rush Limbaugh (from

LIMBAUGH: "All right, well, let's just have them. Let's just have the civil wars and let the crumbs crumble and the cookie crumble where -- because I'm fed up with this. The Palestinian situation -- for 50 years we've had the Palestinian situation, and it's not going to be solved until the Limbaugh Doctrine is imposed or tried. And that is, this is a war, and until somebody loses it, it isn't going to stop. And now, you know, we've done everything we can to make Lebanon a democracy, and it's crumbling because Syria keeps killing the popular leaders there. Meanwhile, the Hezbos [Hezbollah] keep expanding their influence in Lebanon.

But what the hell! We're going to bring Syria and Iran in to fix Iraq, why not let them just fix the whole region? If we're heading to civil war -- I mean, everybody comes to us: "You got to fix this and you got to fix that." So we go and try to fix it, and our own people, Democrats and the left in our country do their best to sabotage our efforts, and then we get blamed for trying to clean up the messes that these people start. And then they come on our television show: "[Gibberish] George [gibberish] civil war [gibberish] we gotta do something. Palestinians it's a must, it's a must, we must [gibberish] right now [gibberish] war."

Fine, just blow the place up. Just let these natural forces take place over there instead of trying to stop them, instead of trying to use -- I just -- sometimes natural force is going to happen. You're going to have to let it take place. You can spend all the time you like with diplomacy, and you can spend all the time you want massaging these things with diplomatic -- you're just -- you're just delaying the inevitable."

So let me understand. Bush created a civil war in Iraq. Bush is creating a mess in the middle east and we should just blow it up according to the moron. No wonder he takes drugs.


I'm a little confused about a letter in today's Los Angeles Daily News. Here it is from the paper today from thier website:

"The Jewish community can stop vilifying Mel Gibson. All they have to do is look in their own backyard and find Michael Richards. My god, at least Mel Gibson had an excuse. He was drunk. What's Richards' excuse? Richards' three-minute racist diatribe personally offended me as an African-American beyond comprehension.

I don't care how many black leaders he plans to meet with or how many times he apologizes. He will never ever be forgiven or redeemed in my book. Also, various news reports claim that Richards is seeking psychiatric help for his anger and racist outburst. What an excuse of convenience. Since when is being a racist a psychiatric problem? "

So according to the letter writer because Mel Gibson was drunk, even though alcohol enhances your personality, it was ok for him to say what he said. That's ok with the person. But Michael Richards (I don't even know if he is Jewish and there are reports he did a simular attack on Jewish people at the improv in Brea) is Jewish according to the letter writer he's just giving excuses.

Mel Gibson, blaming the alcohol checked into rehab if I recall but that's not the point.

First I'm Jewish. I'm offended by both and I pray NEITHER make another penny in the entertainment industry. I've said this many times there is NO ROOM for racism in this world and people, including the letter writer, need to grow the hell up.

Monday, November 27, 2006

Yankee Go Home

So The U.S. Embassy asked the Bush twins to leave Argentina due to the trouble they caused down there. Girls Gone Wild perhaps?


You know I usually like what former President Jimmy Carter has to say. I disagree with this one.

He said "The Israeli domination over the Palestinians is atrocious"

Now let's take a look at who's dominating who here. Israel gave land back to the Palestinians and that's not enough. Israel gives in and more bombs fall on them. Who is really being dominated?

Carter has his facts wrong here.

Where in the World

So where in the world this week is George Bush this week. This week it's the Middle East. Am I the only person to notice that he has been largely gone from America since the election?

Here we go

So I see where anti-semetic Mel Gibson has a new movie out. I have one request: DON'T SEE IT! Make it bomb like he deserves. There is NO ROOM in the world for racists like him and the only way to get rid of him is make his movies bomb.

Sunday, November 26, 2006


Poor Bill O'Idiot. He and his ilk must be so upset over the Democrats taking the House and Senate he doesn't know what to do. His column in the Los Angeles Daily News is so much more incoharent then usual I don't know how to begin.

First I know he's upset that Nancy Pelosi is in charge of the House. This is a man who once endorsed Al Queda to blow up the Coit Tower in San Francisco (If you look in my archives it's there) so naturally he is I feel jealous of the beauty in San Francisco. Great city. But he goes on a rant about how the board of education voted to ban the JRROTC in schools there. My observation is this: If it is within their rights to do so it's their right. If they are breaking the law then the appropriate steps should be taken against them. But that is an issue that doesn't involve Mr. O'Idiot.

Then he is upset at Massachusets because they allow Gay Marriage. I know he's homophobic (like MOST Republicans and some Democrats) but again he is not making sense. He singles out the judges but if he ever did research (yeah right we know he makes it up as he goes along) the judges were assigned by Gov. Rommey who is a REPUBLICAN! I love the irony there.

They he is upset at Vermont. He claims the state is "Secular progressive" because they elected a Senator Bernie Sanders an Independent. He is also upset at a judge who gave a guy who was accused of being a child predator (nevermind he doesn't give any information on the case so we can look it up). So in otherwords we don't even know if this case exists after all it's Bill O'Idiot. Who doesn't know which end is up.

And here is his closing statement: No tolerance for the military, no voting on controversial issues. Welcome to the land of the secular-progressive. Have a nice day.

Now let's take a look at something that Bill O'Idiot is not familliar with and that's something called reality. There is really one issue that he mentions that is "progressive" and that is gay-rights. Other then that that's something the cities and states are doing on their own. Isn't that one of what WAS Republican talking points at least at one time? States rights? I guess only when it's convenient for them.

Saturday, November 25, 2006

A quick prediction

First my usual disclaimer: This is just for fun. Anyone who takes this prediction seriously is doing so at the own risk. I DO NOT condone gambling and if you choose to do so it is at your own risk. That is all.

Since you know I love sports I'm going to make a prediction on the big game today.

USC 28

Notre Dame 20

Thursday, November 23, 2006

Happy Thanksgiving

Hope everyone has a safe and Happy Thanksgiving. Remember of couse not to drink and drive. I hope to see everyone safe and I hope Dick Cheney never asks you to go duck hunting :).

Wednesday, November 22, 2006


I realize a ton of websites are going to do this but I would like to give thanks.

I'm Thankful that my 10 (soon to be 11) year old niece Megan is in remission from cancer. To see what she went through this year has been rough on all of us and the fact that it's gone hopefully forever, words can't describe the feeling I have.

I'm thankful for my friends. So many to mention and I know I will forget a few. But here we go. Robert, Ken, Bob, Bryan, Brian, Steve, Zeke, Lisa, Chris, Erika, Mark, Elysse, Rob, Bernie, Ben, Eric R, Tracy, Karmen, Candice, Jade, Dave, Tawny and everyone who I am forgetting at this time. You all have no idea how sane you've kept me during this year and believe me I will not forget that.

My mom and dad. I don't mention them much but the fact that they even put up with me makes me forever thankful.

I am also thankful for you. My readers. You input more responses this year then last and whether you agreed with me or not we had spirited discussions and the conversation continued.

Tuesday, November 21, 2006


So if you recall Robert and I had a falling out when I, backed by what they have said and their actions, accused right-wingers of being racist. He said how I shouldn't generalize. Wonder Robert what you think of this statement from right-winger Michael Savage (who I quoted before) (thanks to mediamaters for the quote)

SAVAGE: You're listening to the character Kramer from Seinfeld in a tirade at a comedy club Friday night that set off a shockwave across America. This is not a Mel Gibson situation. It's -- I don't think he can use Mel's defense that it was the liquor talking. This is, to me, from the gut.

This is an interesting story, but this is what the subtext of liberalism really is. Under the surface, if you got them in a room alone, I guarantee you they'd say the same kind of hateful things about Catholics and about Jews and about straights and about soldiers.

Kerry gave us a smaller version of it, by the way. Kerry did it in an albeit high-class way, but John Kerry did the same thing, in my opinion.

Sounds to me like he is generalizing liberals. Is that right? They do it all the time but when I say something about it on this site I hear the sounds of silence. So is it ok for a conservatives to generalize liberals and not ok for a liberal to generalize a conservatives?


On the Today Show Denise Brown, sister of the person OJ Simpson killed Nicole Brown, said that Newscorp, Parent company of Fox News, offered the Brown family "millions of dollars, no strings attached" to shut up about the book that they cancelled by the murderer called "If I did it."

Good ol' Fox. You can count on them for nothing but slime. It starts with Fox News and goes all the way down to the network.

More Bad Idea's

So the town of Pahrump, Nevada, population of 30,000 and perhaps most famous of being the former home of late night talk show host Art Bell decided to ban the flying of all foreign (non U.S.) flags.

This is very wrong. I may not be a fan of immigration but we should respect the right to fly flags of whatever nation people are from. Would there be outrage here if another country said we couldn't wave flags from the United States? Of course there would be. There should be equal outrage directed toward Pahrump.

This again is wrong and not a way to solve any problems. And if the person is upset at immigration issues the problem should be directed toward the people who hire them.

A Correction

Yesterday I commented what a bad idea the draft is. I said the idea was from Chuck Hagel who I put was a Democrat from New York. I was wrong. Chuck Hagel is a moderate Republican from Nebraska. The person with the bad idea was Democrat Chuck Rangel of New York. For that error I apologize.

Monday, November 20, 2006

No Plan

You know we keep hearing that "Bush has a plan" for Iraq. At Americablog they have the following Bush quote: ""I haven't made any decisions about troop increases or troop decreases, and won't until I hear from a variety of sources,"

So doesn't that admit Bush has NO IDEA what the hell he's doing in Iraq? Good job MORON!

Just wondering

So if the Republicans are the "party of values" why are their three leading Presidential Candidates (Guliani, McCain, Gingrich) for 2008 known for having affairs?

Is that their definition of values??

And if anyone says what they did in their private lives is no ones business remember what they got President Clinton for which was having an affair. So it's everyone's business.

Career Killer

One of the things I've always felt I am on my website, right or wrong, is I've been consistant in my views. You will see me attack Democrats if I feel they are doing something wrong (see last post) as equally as Republicans.

I don't know what former Seinfeld star Michael Richards political views are but something he said WHILE APPEARING at the Laugh Factory were incredibly disturbing. After someone heckled him he went into a racial tirade. If you go to they have the video.

I've said this many times there is no room for people like him in the world. The world needs to be accepting of people of all people no matter what their skin color is. I know it will never happen but it's gotta start somewhere. And it has to start with the end of the career of people like him.

That's my view anyway.

We've heard this before

So the WhiteHouse is dismissing a report by the CIA saying there is no evidence that Iran has a Nuclear Weapons program. We heard that before haven't we. We heard that with Iraq. Bush ignoring ALL EVIDENCE. IF Bush attacks Iran I hope this is remembered.

By the way I saw where Chuck Hagel (D) of New York wants to reinstate the draft. While I understand his resoning (he said would Bush start a war where his kids might be drafted) that's still a bad idea. I hope the idea ends with him.

Sunday, November 19, 2006

Some Advice

So yesterday I bashed Bill O'Idiot for hyping up his networks upcoming interview with double-murderer OJ Simpson. I hear calls of boycotting the stores that carry the book but I have I think a better idea:

A) Don't watch the interview so the ratings suck

B) Don't buy the book.

The best way to hurt companies like Fox and the bookstores that carry them and hurting their pocketbook. But that's my view.


Bill O'Idiot broke the law today. As far as I know listing the names of doctors who perform abortions is a violation of the law in Kansas where this one is and I do know he is being investigated by the Kansas Attorney General and I hope they throw the book at the son of a bitch.

You see it's like this. Since O'Idiot is a lapdog for the right-wing he is against abortion. That's fine we all have the right to our own views and I disagree with his point of view (I know you are all shocked). But to add the insult in today's Los Angeles Daily News he lists the name of a doctor that performs abortion like that's anyones business. It isn't. What a woman chooses to do with her body is nobody's business either. But that doesn't stop O'Idiot from breaking the law and blaming everyone but himself in the same article. This guy is sick.

Flip Flop

I wanna be the first to call John McCain for what he is. A flip-flopper. Now are the first two as many more will come.

Roe V Wade: He said today that he would give that choice to the states. In 2000 he said it should stand. Flip-Flop

Torture: He was so against it but decided to vote for the bill anyway. Flip-Flop.

But of course the right-wing media is so far giving him a free ride. Let's put a stop to him before he actually contends.


If you decided to go with my prediction you were .500 as Ohio State beat Michigan (wrong) and USC beat Cal. Congrats to both teams as the wins were well deserved.

Saturday, November 18, 2006

I'm a demon

That's what Pat Robertson said on the 700 Club. Here is a viewer question then his response:

Why [do] evangelical Christians tell non-Christians that Jesus (God) is the only way to Heaven? Those who are Hindu, Buddhist, Islamic, etc. already know and have a relationship with God. Why is this? It seems disrespectful.

No. They don't have a relationship. There is the god of the Bible, who is Jehovah. When you see L-O-R-D in caps, that is the name. It's not Allah, it's not Brahma, it's not Shiva, it's not Vishnu, it's not Buddha. It is Jehovah God. They don't have a relationship with him. He is the God of all Gods. These others are mostly demonic powers. Sure they're demons. There are many demons in the world.

So since I am not a Christian according to him I'm a demon. I guess that means I'm going to hell (knew that already) but as far as he is concerned when is he going to be investigated by the IRS? He is a big Bush supporter.

Isn't it nice

Only in America. Chad Castagana, the man who sent threatening emails to liberal pundits like Keith Olbermann and others, the man who admittedly said he follows such people like Ann Coulter (who said we should do that) was released on Bond.

I wonder what would happen if the letters containing the white powder were sent to say Rush Limbaugh if he would be released on bond?

By the way remember the Anthrax attacks on liberals such as Tom Brokov what ever happened to that investigation. Oh yeah nothing since the attacks was on allegedly liberal people.

Both ways

For a second I was going to shock myself and agree with Bill O'Idiot when he attacked his network for airing an interview with double-murderer OJ Simpson. Then he did like he always does and lie about obvious facts. He said that Fox News doesn't have anything to do with the networks which is a lie because they have the same owner, Rupert Murdoch and the same chairman Roger Ailes. That's lie number 1.

Lie number 2 is he is actually blaming "far left loons" and "kool aid zombies" for having the nerve to question Fox for airing the interview.

So what is it O'Idiot? Is Fox the problem or are you the problem. You are willingly giving the interview the hype IT DOESN'T DESERVE! You are AIDING A DOUBLE MURDER GET MONEY HE DOESN'T DESERVE!

How can you live with yourself you freak. That's why he's number 1 on my enemies list.

On the other foot

So I was wondering what it's going to be like when Democrats take control and when the Republicans have no say like Democrats did when they had power. I stumbled on this quote (from Americablog) from new GOP Senate Leader Mitch McConnell: "Democrats want our cooperation, they'll give the president's judicial nominees an up-or-down vote,"

So I have this one comment: Why? If Bush has good nominees then he or she should be passed without a problem. If Bush just wants cronies then there will be no vote. And isn't it funny how when Clinton was President and the Republicans wouldn't even bring to a vote many of his nominees?

Again Republicans welcome to the shoe is now on the other foot. Enjoy how you are treated cause you now know how it feels.

Friday, November 17, 2006

A Couple of Predictions

First off a disclaimer: My predictions are not to be taken as fact. Just my thoughts on who is going to win. If you take this seriously and decide to go with my picks it's YOUR RESPONSIBILITY!

Just two games I'm going to cover:

Michigan over Ohio State
USC Over Cal

Ohio State hasn't played anyone good this year except Texas while Michigan has played a tougher schedule. USC has momentum after their loss and should beat Cal easily I think.

Thursday, November 16, 2006

Even More Racism

Proving my point even more on how the right-wingers are racist is CNN host Glen Beck. That's right CNN. He interviewed the frist MUSLIM-AMERICAN, a Deomcrat, named Keith Ellision and the following exchange took place:(the video is availible at meidamaters)

BECK: History was made last Tuesday when Democrat Keith Ellison got elected to Congress, representing the great state of Minnesota. Well, not really unusual that Minnesota would elect a Democrat. What is noteworthy is that Keith is the first Muslim in history to be elected to the House of Representatives. He joins us now.

Congratulations, sir.

ELLISON: How you doing, Glenn? Glad to be here.

BECK: Thank you. I will tell you, may I -- may we have five minutes here where we're just politically incorrect and I play the cards face up on the table?

ELLISON: Go there.

BECK: OK. No offense, and I know Muslims. I like Muslims. I've been to mosques. I really don't believe that Islam is a religion of evil. I -- you know, I think it's being hijacked, quite frankly.

With that being said, you are a Democrat. You are saying, "Let's cut and run." And I have to tell you, I have been nervous about this interview with you, because what I feel like saying is, "Sir, prove to me that you are not working with our enemies."

And I know you're not. I'm not accusing you of being an enemy, but that's the way I feel, and I think a lot of Americans will feel that way.

ELLISON: Well, let me tell you, the people of the Fifth Congressional District know that I have a deep love and affection for my country. There's no one who is more patriotic than I am. And so, you know, I don't need to -- need to prove my patriotic stripes.

BECK: I understand that. And I'm not asking you to. I'm wondering if you see that. You come from a district that is heavily immigrant with Somalians. And I think it's wonderful, honestly, I think it is really a good sign that you are a -- you could be an icon to show Europe, this is the way you integrate into a country. I think the Somalians coming out and voting is a very good thing. With that --

ELLISON: I'd agree with you.

BECK "Sir, prove to me that you are not working with our enemies."

What the hell kind of racist DUMBASS statement is that? People like this complete moron is EXACTLY what's wrong with our country. But he was on a roll yesterday. Here is what he had to say about healthcare proposed by Hillary Clinton:

BECK: Once he [Hitler] was through with the babies, the elderly were next. As it has been said over and over again with tragedies regarding the Holocaust: never again. So, when you see politicians making statements like this one yesterday --

CLINTON [video clip]: But the whole issue of health care is coming back. That may be a bad dream for some, but for others, it's a very welcome possibility, because we are on an unsustainable course. I think that we have to come up with a uniquely American solution.

BECK: OK. When you see statements like that, be afraid. Be very, very afraid. It's not a bad dream for me; it is a nightmare. Hillary, thanks, but no thanks. 1993 wasn't that long ago. I remember all too well that confused, nonsensical mess you tried to make of the greatest health care system in the world.

First according to study's we are toward the bottom OF THE WORLD in terms of our heathcare. So there goes that theory. It's funny how they don't say check the facts out. But again racism and stupidity go hand in hand all the time don't they?

Fair and Balanced??

So for years FoxNews claims they are "Fair and Balanced" and I've been saying since the beginning that's BS. So The Huffington Post has a memo that states the following: "Be On The Lookout For Any Statements From The Iraqi Insurgents...Thrilled At The Prospect Of A Dem Controlled Congress"

That shows obviously FoxNews is not "fair and balanced" but, like CNN, MSNBC and every other channel spokespeople for the Republican Party. Say goodnight losers.


So I am reading Thomas Sowell's column in today's Los Angeles Daily News and he issues the following statement: "Some of the most baffling emails received before the election were from conservative Republicans who said they were so disillusioned and/or disgusted with the Bush Administration that they were going to vote for Democrats in order to send a message."

Then "Sending a message may have it's benefits,but, as with all benefits the question must be asked: At what cost?"

It seems to me the cost is this: Democrats are now in control of the House and Senate. That is no cost but a benefit. You see voters see a record deficit, a war where now 3109 troops were killed that Republicans started, a failed response with Katrina, corruption, and so many other screw-ups where the voters said they had enough of the stupidity that is the Republican Party.

Now it's up to Democrats to show something that the Republicans have not and that's maturity. Time will tell if they do.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

He's Back

I see Trent Lott, who said "The United States would have avoided all these problems if Storm Thurmond (then a segregationist) would have been elected" is the Senate Minority Whip.

You see it's stupid ass statements like these and so many others I've listed makes me say that the right-wing is racist. Again that's more proof and it continuously ads up. And he is another leader in the Repubican Party!

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Wrong Blame

So last night on Fox former President George H.W. Bush said the following about the current political climate "gotten so adversarial that it’s ugly." and “It’s probably a little worse now given electronic media and the bloggers and all these kinds of things."

I wonder if it's as well due to right-wing radio and news? The fact that Democrats are accused every day of things like helping terrorists? Think that has something to do with it Bush?? I think it does.

Monday, November 13, 2006


This may or may not shock you but I'm going to agree with part of Rich Lowry's column in today's Los Angeles Daily News at least to a point.

He says "Republicans should have forced Tom DeLay, Bob Ney, and Conrad Burns to step aside expeditiously."

While that may or may not have made a difference in the election, I think the Republicans were hurt because they were too stubborn in supporting their friends instead of doing what the people demanded which was action. The Republicans claim they are the party of values and that showed that they were the party of special interest and I think that cost them a lot of votes.

Sunday, November 12, 2006

More stupidity

The right is pretty stupid. Here is more proof: There was a letter in today's Los Angeles Daily News saying since the democrats won the election the terrorists won. I wonder where idiots get those ideas other then from the stupid right-wing talking points. I think some reminders need to be given:

Who was in charge when the worst terrorist attack happened? The Republicans. Who instead of going after the person responsible for 9/11 decided to invade a country that had nothing to do with 9/11?? The Republicans. And to even go farther back who left lebanon after the Marine base was attacked in the 80's? Ronald Reagan a Republican.

So who is the real cut and runners? That is the Republican Party.

Case closed!

Saturday, November 11, 2006

Wrong again

Bush is so dillusional. Here is a quote yesterday:

“Americans will speak of the battles like Fallujah with the same awe and reverence that we now give to Guadalcanal and Iwo Jima.”

Bush is so sick and demented he needs help. There IS NO GOOD from the invasion and occupation we have in Iraq. NO GOOD AT ALL. You wonder why I want Bush to be charged with war crimes.

Two things

I'm waiting for two things to happen:

1) John McCain said he'd commit suicide if the Democrats take the Senate

2) Matt Drudge said he'd take down the "drudge report" if the Democrats take the Senate.

Come on boys show us you're men of your word.


Now please someone, ANYONE correct me if I'm wrong but I saw the following question just now on FoxNews: Will Dems bring back $3 per gallon gas prices? Seriously that was the question on FoxNews.

I think a reminder is in order here. First gas prices rose under the REPUBLICAN party. Not Democrat. So if anyone is to blame it IS the REPUBLICAN party. So that question should be directed toward Bush and not the Democratic party.

Friday, November 10, 2006

Not Yet

So there are still 8 races undesided for Congress. While really it doesn't mean much in the grand scheme of things it's still interesting to see how many more seats to be picked up. Or not for that matter.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Double Standard?

I'd like to give some quotes from after the 2000 election from Conrad Burns and George Allen (thanks to dailykos)

First Burns on a press release in 2000:

On November 28, 2000, when the Florida election results were certified, Conrad Burns said Gore "appears more and more like a man who wants to win at any cost." Burns added, "It is time, as some have said, for Vice President Gore to stop being a litigant and start being a Patriot. The good of our nation is greater than any one man, and it is time for Mr. Gore to end these challenges and bow out gracefully."

Now from the Great Falls Tribune on November 30th, 2000: "Mr. Gore should step aside and let the Bush team begin its orderly transition to the presidency."

Now George Allen on the today show November 8th: "we'll need to move America forward as soon
as those votes are cast."

I wonder as well if they will have a typical right-wing double standard where they hold up the election results. I hope not but I know better.

Breaking News

In an effort to steal headlines away from the Democrats taking the House it appears that Donald Rumsfeld will be resigning. While of course that's great news it's an obvious ploy by Republicans. The only way this will be made right is if he's charged with war crimes and genocide which is what he created. For that matter so should Bush and Chenney and Rice.

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

A HUGE night

Looks like we got the House and are in very good shape in the Senate with the race coming down to Virginia. I guess both sides are sending lawyers, guns and money down there for the Webb-Allen race.

Congrats to all Democrats who won and to the Republicans leaving don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way out.

Important Day

Just remember as I've been stressing how important the election is to get out and vote today. Again you may agree or disagree with my views that's fine just vote

Monday, November 06, 2006

Making it up

I guess the conservative cable news networks can make up information as they go along. I see polls at and they appear accurate but it seems every time I've seen all the cable news networks (CNN,MSNBC,Fox) they show the Republicans winning everything. I guess they make up the info as they go along.

Is It Worth It

So here's my question: Was the conviction and death sentence to Saddam Hussein worth it? Here is the cost so he could be tried and convicted of killing 128 of his own citizens with weapons we gave him:

2800 + American troops dead
Unknown amount of wounded
300,000 + Iraqi's Dead at our hands (Significantly higher wouldn't you say then what Saddam did)
$400,000,000,000 cost to taxpayers

So according to my count we did more damage then Saddam ever did. Who is the real bad guy here?

Friday, November 03, 2006

Makes you wonder

So this was also buried on page A30 in today's Los Angeles Times.

What we have here is this: The Pastor at a "megachurch" in Colorado,President of the National Association of Evangelicals, The Rev. Ted Haggard resigned due to allegations of homosexual affairs. What makes this a story is a couple of things:

A) He is not being investigated by the IRS

B) He is a close advisor to Bush and calls the White House every Monday

So again the lesson is you can be a hypocrite as long as you are in favor of Bush.

Thursday, November 02, 2006


Just remember we are a few days away from the election. It is important, no matter what your views are, to vote. Whether you agree with what I say or agree with the righties use your right to vote. You never know what will happen next.

Wednesday, November 01, 2006


Again how the right disgusts me. From CNN

GOP HOUSE MAJORITY LEADER JOHN BOEHNER: Let's not blame what's happening in Iraq on Rumsfeld.

WOLF BLITZER: But he's in charge of the military.

BOEHNER: But the fact is, the generals on the ground are in charge, and he works closely with them and the president

So according to Boehner the disaster in Iraq is the ground troops fault? What am I missing here?

Do You Remember??

With all the mis-information about Sen. John Kerry's botched joke about Bush I'm just wondering does anyone remember a couple of years ago at I believe it was the Correspondants dinner where Bush mocked the troops by faking looking for the weapons of mass destruction at the dinner? I sure do. And of course no one was upset about that were they?

Sad News

I do have some sad news to report. The fifth firefighter was killed in last weeks Esperanza fire here in Southern California. His name was Pablo Cerda. He was 23 years old. He, long with Capt. Mark Loutzenhiser, Firefighter Jason McKay, Engine Operator Jess McLean, and Daniel Hoover-Najera were all killed by the bastard who set this fire.

There has been an arrest made with a person who was charged with two other arson fires in the area. He is a "person of interest" in this tragedy.


I have a question with all the crap I'm taking for telling the truth:

If I am irresponsible for listing the names of the soldiers who have passed in Iraq is it EQUALLY irresponsible for the Republicans to involk 9/11 for their own gain as they do? I would like an answer on that please.

An Apology

I will have a few open questions in a bit but first I wanted to shoot from the hip here for a second. I would like to apologize if I offended anyone when I listed the names of the fallen in Iraq. That is not my intend I just feel they should never be forgotten. No more no less. So again if I offended anyone I do sincerely apologize and will remember this if I think about doing this again.