Archive for November, 2007

Retired General a Drag

Thursday, November 29th, 2007

Who said that retired generals just fade away? Some do, perhaps, but others end up stumping interminably on the Clinton News Network. CNN, in the role of prosecuting attorney, violated the rules of procedure but the jury heard it and nothing anyone can do or say will erase this from memory, for good or ill. I refer you to my my previous post as the point is the same; if anyone harbors high expectations of the Clintons or CNN, they must be high.

The issue of homosexuals in the military is not just about unit cohesion. The real problem is safety and performance. This is not just a homosexual issue but is also relevant to women in the military. Let\’s suppose that we are crew members on a submarine which had an accident or was hit by an enemy vessel causing a rupture. How quickly would you close and seal the bulkhead door if your lover was on the other side, when a moment\’s hesitation could cause the loss of the ship? How much of a risk to the mission would exist if you were overly concerned about one particular individual?

Is Was—?

Wednesday, November 28th, 2007

Of course Bill Clinton opposed the Iraq War from the very beginning just like he did not have sexual relations with that woman. If anyone really harbors high expectations for this man and his wife they really should be performing a systems check on themselves. Enter the words \”power of myth\” into the search box (on the right above the archives) if you really want to understand this Dem dynamic. By the way, did we ever decide what the meaning of \”is\” was?

Euros for Ouros

Wednesday, November 28th, 2007

Remember back in the early 80\’s when Japan was buying up America? We\’re still here! While the enormity of our financial woes is vast beyond comprehension (perhaps the Los Alamos super computer would be able to produce enough zeros to distract us, momentarily, from our spending orgy), Abu Dhabi\’s purchase of 11% of Citi Bank for a paltry $7.8 billion shouldn\’t register a blip on the economic Richter scale. With every investment fund and government on the planet owning their slice of the $500 Trillion credit derivative market (translated for the uninitiated, that means six generations of \”D-E-B-T\”), we should be asking them what else they would like to buy. We\’ll just invite the OPEC nations to bid on the East Bay, South Bay, Back Bay, Bay Buchanan, e-Bay, whatever they want; they just have to leave it here. They can visit and play with it whenever they like. We\’ll just call it Ouroboros economics. Sooner or later the problem will simply take care of itself.

Down Down Under

Saturday, November 24th, 2007

Another domino has fallen down, Down Under. The great fear that dominated post WWII foreign policy; that Communism would topple fragile Asian governments one by one (the Domino Theory) has been vindicated, but not the way it was first conceived. Our former Allies, the Europeans and now the Australians have crumbled internally, unable or unwilling to stand up to each nation\’s respective domestic cadre representing the International Socialist movement. Just as Osama was able to use our resources and strengths to bring down the Two Towers, the Left uses democracy\’s greatest strengths, freedom of Speech and freedom of the press, to undermine the Spires of Liberty. Are we next? We are at the tipping point, staring out at the great abyss.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Thursday, November 22nd, 2007

Thanksgiving was originally ordained as a public acknowledgment of the tender and extravagant mercies that God has so generously granted to those fortunate enough to be called Americans. In that spirit, as publicly as I am able, I wish to thank Almightily God for this nation and for my citizenship therein. Solomon with all his wealth and wisdom would be envious of me. I am even grateful for those fellow citizens who, in their doubt, feel less ennobled by the privilege of being Americans, as they give me pause and cause to meditate upon the innumerable blessings I hold dear.
Thank you Heavenly Father!

They Can\’t All be Gems

Thursday, November 22nd, 2007

While Missouri is the \”Show Me State\” Arkansas might well be called the \”Who, Me? State\”. Whether Republican or Democrat, are we sure we want another politician from Arkansas living in the White House? To effectively face the monumental issues that confront us, the next president will need more than substantial stones. Heaven help us if our choice is reduced to two chiselers from Little Rock.

Those Vile and Treacherous Humanazis

Wednesday, November 21st, 2007

If I applied the same logic to the war on terror as employed by the Left in their battle against global warming, it would make sense to torture and kill all Islamists today, just in case. The doctrine of pre-emption is preeminent in the Left\’s grand strategy to save the planet from vile and treacherous humanazis like you and me.


Monday, November 12th, 2007

There can be only one good explanation as to why the Clintons have thus far avoided the consequences for their less-than-ethical behaviors through the years; they have in their possession information gleaned from over 1200 (illegally obtained) FBI files. Wouldn\’t you like to see who is on that list? Have you ever wondered what happened to that investigation? From a criminal perspective this was a brilliantly conceived, if imperfectly executed scheme. Professor Moriarity would have been proud. Who among the tainted and blackmailable is willing to take on the Clinton Machine? Obviously not many but look what has happened to those who have tried. I must admit to having hesitated a moment before committing this particular post to cyberspace.

If you have a moment to spare for a wholesome civic purpose, call your US Senator and ask that the Barrett Report be released to the public as required by an order of Court. There is, apparently, some information detrimental to the Clintons contained therein. We should know, don\’t you think?

Food for Thought (Complimentary, of Course)

Friday, November 9th, 2007

The flap over the Hillary Campaign\’s failure to tip an Iowa waitress leads me to ponder the following scripture;

1 Cor. 1: 27
But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty

It is fair to say that this gratuity thing would never happen if Al Gore were running again; not with Tipper around.

What a Menace

Tuesday, November 6th, 2007

How can I get Dennis Kucinich to take issue with my blog?

Another Modest Proposal

Friday, November 2nd, 2007

Should we elect Hillary because she is a woman? Should we elect Obama because he is black? If a black woman entered the race should she automatically get the nod because she qualifies under both headings? If we find such a person who is willing to serve, should we even bother to hold an election or should she simply serve by acclamation? Should Mitt Romney be disqualified because he is a Mormon or would it be preferable to simply put religion entirely behind us and elect an atheist or at least an agnostic? Why not try something really different; we should just let the radical Mullahs have a crack at running the USA? They appear to have a great desire to do so. Heck, we\’re a nation of laws! What\’s a few more going to hurt? What\’s wrong with mixing in a little Sharia law? It would fit well with the popular doctrine of diversity and would instantly defuse the impending conflict with Iran. Our troops could then be brought home and could then busy themselves rounding up the malcontents, a la Khomeni.