Saturday, July 31, 2004

Can I open my eyes yet?

Is it over? Is the ugly monster all gone now? Can I come out?

All week I'd felt something like the kid sleeping in a strange house late at night, afraid to open my eyes for fear of the big boogeyman hanging out under the bed. Everytime I tried to open my eyes, there it was, the boogeyman.

I flip on Fox News: Boogeyman Jimmy Carter
I hit the web: Boogeyman Al Sharpton
I flip on O'Reilley: Blobby Boogeyman Michael Moore
I flip on NBC: Boogedy Boogy Icky Boogeyman Heinz-Kerry
Finally, on the final night of my nightmare, Herman Munster.

My kids were scared of the boogeyman because the boogey man represented the unknown. What's under that bed or in the closet at night? They didn't know ... but in their evolving little forebrains, it seemed to them to threaten everything they held dear.

I have an advantage dealing with my boogeymen that my kids didn't enjoy with theirs: I've been able to observe my boogeymen in action and I know what they are. I've seen Boogeyman Jimmy Carter wreck an economy and make us the laughing stock of the world. I've seen Boogeyman Bill Clinton stain the White House and ruin our military. Now the boogeymen want us to let them back in the Oval Office...

Oh, yes, I know my boogeymen; and they threaten everything I hold dear.

Thursday, July 29, 2004

Submit your email address...

My monthly reminder....

Submit your email address to me via this nifty form and I promise to use only as directed. (Which means I won't give it, sell it, or otherwise betray it away. You'll get a few (very few) eMails from me, but for the most part I believe that if you want to hear from me, you can come here and read... you don't need me jamming up your inbox. I will, of course, pass the addresses on to the Ohio eCampaign and to the Montgomery County Bush/Cheney '04 campaign chairs, unless you request otherwise.





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Wednesday, July 28, 2004

Contrast

A couple of weeks ago I posted this photo showing a little comparison and contrast between The President and ScaryKerry... I liked that so well, that I think I may make it a regular feature -- particularly on days when I have little else to say... and today, having little to add to what others are saying about the demoncrats convention, and not having the heart to tear in to that feeble, failed, President Carter, I think this is a good day for another side-by-side.

So, once again, here we are with another picture worth a thousand words:

Which one looks like First Lady of the United States of America?



On second thought, I do have something to add... Today I was over at WPAFB for a class, and had a break of about forty five minutes before I could get in to the lab, so I ran over to the Air Force Museum to let my brain rest for a minute. I've been there tons of times, and didn't have long so I just checked the exhibits right near the front and walked through the memorial park for about fifteen minutes. There is a Bob Hope exhibit there that is pretty interesting. It made me think about the obvious differences between Bob Hope and the entertainers of today. Bob Hope entertained over 10,000,000 troops from WWII on to Desert Storm. Now, honestly I have no idea what Mr. Hope's politics were at the time. I have no idea if he was anti-war, pro-war, communist, whatever... and that's the beauty of it. Bob Hope entertained us ... and he stuck with what he could do well. Bob Hope had class. Whoopie and her gang of hollywood socialists and America haters might be good entertainers, but they are morons when it comes to public policy or politics. They should all take a lesson from Mr. Hope and stick to what they know rather than screaming what they don't know at the tops of their lungs.

Monday, July 26, 2004

Ann Coulter ... Al-Jazeera ... and XML

What a title!

I never tire of reading Ann Coulter's commentary. I'm not even going to attempt to comment too much on the Demoncrat's convention this week, since there are so many others out there offering much better commentary than I could scrape up, but I will point you to this gem from Ann Coulter:

"Here at the Spawn of Satan convention in Boston, conservatives are deploying a series of covert signals to identify one another, much like gay men do. My allies are the ones wearing crosses or American flags. The people sporting shirts emblazoned with the "F-word" are my opponents. Also, as always, the pretty girls and cops are on my side, most of them barely able to conceal their eye-rolling."

Read the rest. It's worth your time. Ann Coulter is the embodiment of a a smart woman of the 21st century. Much like Condi Rice, Ann doesn't waste her time protesting in the streets or whining about treatment of women ... she actually works and makes a difference. Way to go, Ann.

I also saw a USA Today article about the demoncrats removing an Al-Jazerra sign from the stage at their convention. I find it amazing that the sign was ever allowed in there in the first place, but as usual, it's also noteworthy that the demoncrats don't even have the stones to stick by their convictions and let their Al-Jazeera friends stay ... all a stage show to fool the American people.

Finally, you may have noticed that I added an XML feed to the right for anyone who uses news aggregators. I've recently discovered these ... very cool. Especially if you have a list of blogs you try to keep up with every day.

Sunday, July 25, 2004

The Democratic National Quagmire


Well ... the demoncrat's Convention is upon us. Brace yourselves for a week of stomach turning, nauseating, fact bending, derisive speechmaking. I'm tempted to swear off watching any of it at all; however, I imagine I'll tune in a little for purely comedic value ... or out of sheer morbid curiosity (Kinda like a car crash, you've just gotta stop and stare for a second, no matter how much you don't want to.)

Meanwhile, our friends, the good guys at the RNC, have put up this nifty site, The Dems Extreme Makeover in order to counter the wild claims sure to be made by the leftists during their orgy of Clinton/Kerry worship this week. As the week unfolds, be sure to check out the link above to help you make sense out of whatever facts the dems try to bend.

I'm sure we'll see ScaryKerry moving even more to the center, trying to horn in on issues like tax relief and strong defense. The truth is, though, that we know from his record that he can talk as center as he wants, but he always votes waaaaay left. If there's anything that tells us we are winning the battle in the arena of ideas, it's that a demoncratic presidential candidate is even trying at all to claim he is strong on defense and wants tax cuts for the middle class. Amazing...

Saturday, July 24, 2004

Demoncratic Congresswoman Invites U.N. to Monitor our elections

Just when you think the Demoncrats have floated every hairbrain, anti-American, loony idea they could come up with ...

Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson, from Texas, and a group of eleven other demoncrats, apparently sent a letter to Kofi Annan requesting that U.N. Observers be present to monitor the upcoming presidential elections... the other traitors (and if you are willing to invite a foreign power to U.S. soil to be involved in the U.S. political process in any way, you are a traitor, in my book) are Julia Carson of Indiana, Jerrold Nadler, Edolphus Towns, Joseph Crowley and Carolyn B. Maloney, all of New York, Raul Grijalva of Arizona, Corrine Brown of Florida, Elijah E. Cummings of Maryland, Danny K. Davis of Illinois, and Michael M. Honda and Barbara Lee of California.

Feel free to send them an email and let them know what you think of the idea of having the corrupt, ineffective, and laughable U.N. monitoring U.S. elections as if we were some third world banana republic. The demoncrats are the ones paying the ACT felons to roam door to door registering who knows how many illegal votes...

Full story here.

Friday, July 23, 2004

Websites and Polls

First off, looking at my site logs the last few weeks, it looks like a large number of visitors to the site have found it by Googleing "Montgomery County Ohio GOP," "Ohio Montgomery County Republicans" or some similar string... so for those of you looking for it, here is the brand new, official Montgomery County GOP website. I'll add a link to the right, also.

Zogby shows President Bush trending up in Ohio, which is good news for us, but as we all know, polls this early don't mean a whole lot, and the President's lead in Ohio is hardly solid enough for us to rest on our haunches, especially with the felons from ACT roaming our streets looking for Demoncrats to register. (Insert here my usual plea for you all to get your bumper stickers on your car and President Bush Wear on your body.)

102 Days until we re-elect President Bush!

Thursday, July 22, 2004

Commies For Kerry!

Remember all those foreign leaders that ScaryKerry claimed preferred him to be president over President Bush? Remember how we never really were able to learn from Kerry who those supporters were? At least one, according to the AP, is Tomas Borge. Borge is the America-hating leader formerly of the Communist Sandinistas FSLN from Nicaragua. Borge is friends with Castro and committed to communism. Borge's FSLN employed low-level guerrilla warfare and urban terrorism tactics to overthrow the Somoza dictatorship in Nicaragua.

Kerry's Friends?
An aging commie terrorist and a man who steals national security documents by shoving them in his underwear.

[Updated @ 11:00] On the same note: I also just ran across this tidbit indicating that, The Communist Party USA has endorsed Kerry. Reading down a little further, I understand completely now why I see all those Kucinich signs in Yellow Springs.

Tuesday, July 20, 2004

Heinz-Kerry is a Terrorist Protestor Fund Raiser

Last week I commented on the left's activities and plans to disrupt the 2004 Republican National Convention with acts of terrorism. Let's not be afraid to call a spade a spade. If you read the links I posted about their plans you really can't come to any other conclusion but that the leftist protesters headed for NYC are terrorists, plain and simple.

Now the interesting part: According to a Canada Free Press article they published this week, those same terrorists have been funded to the tune of [Begin Dr. Evil Voiceover]four million dollars [End Voiceover] by none other than Theresa Heinz Kerry. According to the article, her money goes directly to the Tides Foundation, parent company of the anarchist Ruckus Society. The Ruckus Society slobs would be the ones you see in the Protest Warrior dot com videos wearing all black with ski masks on and just looking for a reason to break someone else's stuff or assault someone they don't agree with. Nice young men, huh? And I thought the Hildabeast was a scary first lady... imagine if Therezzzza ScaryKerry were first lady.

Which is why I've got to hop on the old soap box again. Time to get out and wear your Bush/Cheney T-shirts and other SWAG. If you don't have any yet (shame on you) you can order yours from The George W. Bush Store or, if you are looking for Montgomery County specific stuff, check out my store here.

Remember, President Bush mailed you a nice tax rebate check in 2001. The very least you could do is take $25.00 of that and buy yourself a nice bit of Bush/Cheney gear. In the process, you'll not only be helping to elect the leader of the free world, but you'll be adorning yourself in some mighty fine threads at the same time.

Bumper Stickers ... and a repeat

I think I'm due for two posts today, this one is housekeeping, the next will be some sort of commentary with my usual (dim)witty observations.

As promised, I have some bumper stickers ready to send out to anyone who wants one. There are, of course, just a couple caveats;


  • Bumper Stickers will first go to the people who have signed up to have their name and email address added to the Montgomery County Ohio for Bush email list. Once I'm sure that all the Montgomery County people who are on my list have gotten a sticker if they want one, then I'll be happy to mail stickers out to others. (Get on the list and hop right to the front of the line!)
  • If I'm going to send you a bumper sticker, you have to pinky promise that you will stick it on your car, truck, van, dirigible ... whatever. You aren't doing doo for the cause by sticking a bumper sticker on the inside of your cubicle at work where no one can see it. Most of the stickers I have I bought with my own personal fortune, the others were given to me by the nice people down at Montgomery County GOP HQ yesterday. I'm serious about this one ... I even told one of my best friends to get bent this morning when he said he wanted a bumper sticker but wouldn't stick it on his precious car. (Put it on the window, it'll peel right off on November 3rd if you want.)


Finally, if you aren't signed up as a Bush/Cheney Volunteer yet, now is the time. There are a couple of ways to accomplish this. First, punch your info in to the form below and I will pass it on to the local campaign chairs. Also, you can sign up to volunteer at www.georgewbush.com; however, I've learned that your information will not get passed down to the local GOP office from the national office because they are so concerned about your privacy that they don't want to pass on anything you don't want them to. Finally, you can run down to the Montgomery County GOP office and say, "Put me in, coach." I just created this form to save you a little gas and make it easier for ya. (Plus there's that bumper sticker incentive...)

Click here to go to the email form page!

Monday, July 19, 2004

Responsibility

We all know Ohio is going to be an important state in November. That's actually the understatement of the year. It looks like Ohio is turning out to be the state in November. You've undoubtedly heard that no Republican has ever won the White House without winning Ohio... here's the rest of the story: It comes down to Columbus and Dayton, boys and girls. The far north cities of Ohio is solid demoncrat slums ... there's not a whole lot we can do about that this time around. The rural areas are one hundred percent Bush Country (I've yet to meet a stupid farmer) and we will enjoy sizable victories there. Montgomery County is a big question mark. The outlying areas are all good Bush areas, but the problem remains that the population center of Montgomery County is Dayton, which is terribly demoncratic (Don't forget, these are the people who actually voted for Rhine McLin... Scary, isn't it?) We have to win Montgomery County for President Bush, which means we have to carry the outlying cities and townships by a sizable margin to make up for the bus loads of lemmings the demoncrats will be hustling in to the polls in Dayton. We could very likely be deciding this election right here in Montgomery County. Today at a volunteer training session, Elaine Herrick, the Bush-Cheney '04 Montgomery County Co-Chair said, “We aren't just working to elect the next President of the United States... we're working to elect the next leader of the free world.”

That's a responsibility we can't fail in.

Tuesday, July 13, 2004

Frothing at the mouth...

You know we're winning when they get really, really, nuts. Obviously upset because the Gynamic Lego Hair Duo's bounce was about as bouncy as a dead, wet, kitten; the leftist wackos have gone all out nuts over the upcoming Republican Convention in NYC. On their sites and forums far and wide they are discussing the best ways to disrupt security in NYC during the convention. One recommendation was even that the rioters go to a shooting range just before heading to the riot so that the smell of burnt gunpowder would throw off the bomb dogs. Another recommendation was for some of the masses of crazed leftists to plant small amounts of ammonium nitrate on subway trains or in secured areas ... again to try to thwart bomb detection efforts and tie up law enforcement as much as possible ... hoping to leave an opening for some wack'd islamist to waltz in the place and kill hundreds of people, I'm sure. Read more here.

Also, if you are brave enough to click right in to Satan's Bosom, you can follow this thread at riseup.net, a bunch of ultra nutbags. Especially fun is noting the level of education the riseup crowd apparently has ... my twelve year old can write better. Sounds like a good place for some good ole' fashioned police butt kicking. Watch out, leftists, or we'll send a couple dozen Cincinnati cops to the convention to handle your butts.

Monday, July 12, 2004

Too busy to make sure your kids are safe...

I know this isn't exactly "fresh" news ... but it needs repeated until every voter hears it:

Scary Kerry wants us to believe that he is the candidate who will bring us a more secure, safer homeland. Scary Kerry wants us to believe that President Bush is inept in matters of foreign policy and national security and that Scary Kerry is the man for the job.

As it turns out, Scary Kerry skipped a national security briefing because, as Scary said, "I just haven't had time." Haven't had time? Someone dial the senator up and let him know for me that we are in a WAR ! Of course, the left doesn't see it that way, and Kerry being one of the biggest liberals to roll down the campaign trail ever (Even a bigger liberal than Algore – shudder) I guess we shouldn't be too surprised that Kerry was more interested in hanging out at a concert that was "a giant vacuum for a bunch of B-list actors and comedians" as my friend Gnal put it this morning. Reading between the lines, what Kerry was really saying to us was that his fund raising, his campaign, and his ascension to power are more important than the safety of our families and children. He'd rather yuk it up with morons like Whoopie than see to it that we are safe at home.

A little compare and contrast is in order here:

A picture truly is worth a thousand words.

Sunday, July 11, 2004

Joe Wilson Lied, too

We shouldn’t be surprised… it’s just another in a long line of fabrications and obfuscations designed by the left to undermine President Bush in the months leading up to the election.

For those of you who aren’t familiar with it, Joe Wilson is the slob who claimed that the Bush Administration ignored his findings that Iraq had not tried to purchase uranium from Niger. Wilson then claimed that his CIA’s wife’s cover was blown by a leaking White House official.

As it turns out, and as the Washington Post reports, Wilson lied. Hang on to your hat … I know it’s hard to believe that someone would actually lie in order to make the President look bad. Rather, according to the Post:

The panel found that Wilson's report, rather than debunking intelligence about purported uranium sales to Iraq, as he has said, bolstered the case for most intelligence analysts. And contrary to Wilson's assertions and even the government's previous statements, the CIA did not tell the White House it had qualms about the reliability of the Africa intelligence that made its way into 16 fateful words in President Bush's January 2003 State of the Union address.


But we aren’t hearing about this on the networks, are we?
Blogs for Bush Blurb

Saturday, July 10, 2004

Optimism

I gotta admit ... sometimes I get a bit pessimistic. I see those Kerry bumper stickers and see otherwise intelligent people waving their Kerry banners and I start to wonder what's wrong with people.

Then, just now, I heard sixteen year old Brittany on the radio during a Hannity replay. Brittany was at the ScaryKerry rally this week in Dayton. She sounded bright, she sounded like she had it together, and listening to her gave me a boost of hope. She said she's a Montgomery County Bush/Cheney volunteer and was disgusted with the way the DDN claimed there were only 100 or so Bush supporters there when in fact there were easily over 200.

Kind of like when I watch the Protest Warrior videos. Watch them sometime when you have time (link on the right) and see if you notice what I do: The protest warriors for the most part appear to be college age young adults, while the rabid left protesters appear to be, for the most part, aging hippies. There is a reason the left is getting so nutty ... they feel themselves loosing their grip. They see it falling away.

If yer out there Brittany, hang in there and keep up the good fight.

Thursday, July 08, 2004

Great Job!

I've been begging and begging people to get out and volunteer ... and it looks like we are! Although a last minute problem at work kept me from attending, at least 200 supporters of President Bush showed up at the Kerry rally! That's great news and the kind of thing we need to keep up if we want to be able to deliver Montgomery County and Ohio to President Bush in November.

If you were there, send me an email or post a blurb here and let me know how it went ... I was pretty ticked off that I had to miss it.

The closer this election gets, the more important it is to volunteer and work for President Bush.

Also, I'm looking at purchasing a bunch of bumper/window stickers and coming up with a way to give them out for people who want them. There are a lot of people out there who would put a bumper sticker on their window if they knew where to get one or could get one free. I want to see twice as many stickers in Montgomery County for President Bush than for Kerry! Keep an eye out here for a sticker announcement when I get them in.

Tuesday, July 06, 2004

Get your eCampaign Gear!

Wow ... two posts in one day ... I'm on a roll.

Well, here is the official Montgomery County Ohio eCampaign for Bush online store.

I think you'll like my clever little shirt design ... or at least I hope you will.
I'll add more designs soon: I'm working on a more standard logo or design and should have that up in the next few days. I'll add a permalink on the right hand side, too.

All the stuff is priced at about a buck above cost, and any proceeds will go straight to Bush-Cheney '04!

Get your Montgomery County for Bush Campaign Wear!

Edwards ... tag, yer it.

Well, Hillary must be on suicide watch and It looks like John Edwards is the man. Obviously a choice made in order to pretty up The Botx Bore's campaign, rather than for Edwards' foreign policy experience.

Edwards was a safe choice for Kerry to make. Kerry has a long senate flip flop voting record, while the inexperienced Edwards has little in the way of a record for us to poke fun at (We promise to do our best; however.)

The important thing to keep in mind during the next month or so is that Kerry should see a bump in the polls after the announcement of his VP, and a correlating bump after the Demoncratic Convention. Not to worry, we will gain that all back and then some.

This is the time to get out and show your colors! Bumper stickers, campaign events, rallys ... I know I sound like a broken record, but this stuff is important! Do Something!

Thursday, July 01, 2004

Hillary Hussein

Well, Saddam goes on trial any minute now and there are new employment numbers coming out tomorrow... the Scary Kerry's must be in a full out panick.

Saddam going on trial and the early and peaceful transfer of power to the Iraqi government shows that the wrongly criticized war plan and subsequent rebuilding plan worked like a charm. Kerry and his moveon.org henchmen can make up whatever wild eyed, rabid lies they want to, but we can all see the truth: Things in Iraq are better than they have ever been.

Employment numbers continue to look better and better, and I'm sure tomorrow we will hear that there were another 200,000 to 300,000 new jobs last month. Kinda takes the wind out of the sails of the chicken little outsourcing wackos and the “worst economy in 20 years” crowd, doesn't it? Again ... they can lie, and the news can help them, but the evidence that President Bush has done the right thing is getting to be impossible for the American people to ignore.

The Scary Kerry campaign's response?

To float the idea of Hillary, "The Hildabeast" as Boortz calls her, as their VP candidate. Bring it on... if anything will energize our conservative, Republican base to get out and be active in the campaign ... it is the mention of that evil woman's name. No Republican, whether a fan of President Bush or not, is going to sit by and watch that socialist wench set up a corner office at 16 Pennsylvania Ave.

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