Wednesday, September 29, 2004

Get your LIVE debate facts right here!

BC '04 has made a neat little live feed available so that LIVE during the debate on Thursday, you can come here and watch the FACTS scroll across the screen. Every time Kerry lies or distorts ... the page will be updated. I expect some pretty steady updates!

I've placed the feed near the top of the right hand column ... pretty easy to spot, it says "live debate facts." I'll leave it there until after the debate on Thursday and put it back for the other two debates, also.

Tuesday, September 28, 2004

In Command

I managed to make it to see the President in Springfield on Monday. Our seats were no more than 30 feet away from President Bush. ( Volunteer … it does have its privileges)

The President was on message, and his delivery was nearly flawless. He appeared natural and un-rehearsed, ad-libbed some funny comments on the fly, and came off as a sincere, personable, and likeable person. The most incredible thing to me was that he was naturally in complete command of the room and the stage. If the President is half as much on his game this Thursday as he was yesterday, Kerry will leave the stage either crying or with a wet spot on his pants.

The conventional wisdom we’ve been hearing this week is that the debates will be the one time Kerry gets to stand on a stage with the President of the United States as an equal; it’s Kerry’s three shots at appearing with the President as equals and at showing the American people that Kerry is up to the task of being President. (Who was it that said the conventional wisdom is generally neither?) My prediction is that the debates, particularly this first one, will be a disaster for Kerry. ScaryKerry isn’t a leader; he is by nature a committee man… a Senator. Kerry has no moral base, no platform to stand on… nothing. He’s ghoulish and unlikable. He talks like the kept man of privilege that he is. The last place his advisors should want him to be is on a stage next to a man like President Bush.

I almost feel sorry for Kerry…

Saturday, September 25, 2004

The Kerry Plan

Right off ScaryKerry's website we find his plan for Iraq:

  • Internationalize, because others must share the burden;

  • Train Iraqis, because they must be responsible for their own security;

  • Move forward with reconstruction because that's an important way to stop the spread of terror; and

  • Help Iraqis achieve a viable government, because it is up to them to run their own country.

WOW! Great plan, JohnJohns... I wonder why it sounds so familiar? Because essentially it is President Bush's plan!

  • There are thirty some countries in Iraq... I guess we don't need Kerry to "internationalize."

  • We've been working for months on training the Iraqi's, and the latest bunch of funding we sent their way will result in 135,000 Iraqi policemen. I guess we don't need Kerry to train Iraqis.

  • We've been reconstructing since before the war was over! USAID Lists most of what we've accomplished so far ... and it's amazing. I guess we don't need Kerry for reconstruction.

  • Finally, elections are still planned for January in Iraq. Sounds like we don't need Kerry to help Iraqi's run their own country.

So ... President Bush has already accomplished or has already made substantial progress in the direction of all four points of Kerry's plan for Iraq. Just why, then, do we need John Kerry?

We don't.

Sunday, September 19, 2004

Compare and Contrast, Part IV

Again, one of my favorite entries to make ... I could spend hours roaming the net looking for these "contrast" photos. Usually, though, it doesn't take nearly that long.

Which one throws like a homo?

A watch a real ball player here.

Friday, September 17, 2004

Lunatic Liberals

This would be little Sophia Parlock, sitting on her daddies shoulders and crying, clinging to what's left of the Bush/Cheney sign she was waving at a rally for the President. Some rabid Kerry supporters attacked this little girl and ripped her sign up.

They're desperate, and they're sick. Liberalism truly is a mental disorder.

Felons for Kerry!

I've written pleanty about the fools from ACT.

Here's a new one: The other night a police officer friend of mine arrested two nasty ladies with lengthy felony criminal records. They were in a stolen car and were trying to forge some stolen checks. One of them had about fifty to sixty voter registration forms in her purse.

Things that make you go, "hmmmm."

Thursday, September 16, 2004

Say what?

IMUS: Do you think there are any circumstances we should have gone to war in Iraq, any?

KERRY: “Not under the current circumstances, no. There are none that I see. I voted based on weapons of mass destruction. The President distorted that, and I’ve said that. I mean, look, I can't be clearer. But I think it was the right vote based on what Saddam Hussein had done, and I think it was the right thing to do to hold him accountable. I've said a hundred times, there was a right way to do it and a wrong way to do it. The president chose the wrong way. Can't be more direct than that.

uhhhh... I think Imus said it best: "I asked him a number of questions about Iraq and I can't tell you what he said."

Kerry doesn't even know what Kerry said.

Let them eat cake!

"Clothing is wonderful, but let them go naked for a while, at least the kids,"

Yes, ladies and gentlemen... that is the lady who wants to be First Lady of the United States of America.
Therezzzza Heinz ScaryKerry made that wonderfully philanthropic statement while addressing hurricane relief volunteers on Wednesday, according to this article. I wonder how much money the obscenely rich Heinz-Kerry is donating to buy the little naked kids clothes?

Not much else to say.

Tuesday, September 14, 2004


I keep hearing the "big news" that five September 11 widows are endorsing John Kerry... this should hardly be news to anyone. Kristin Breitweiser has been an anti-Bush liberal for a long time, and I doubt her hatred for President Bush would be any less if September 11, 2001 had been any other normal day instead of the terrible bloody attack on our country that it was.

What no one wants to report is that many more September 11 survivors are supporting the President. The group 9/11 Families for a Safe and Strong America has almost 70 members who lost family members on September 11. Story Here

Hmmmm ... 5 widows versus 70 family members. Sounds very similar to the 13 Kerry swiftboat vets versus the 250 Swiftboat Vets for the Truth.

Enough on this ... we'll leave politicizing September 11 to the widows.

Friday, September 10, 2004

I can't decide...

... are they stupid? Or are they just loosing it?

If I decide I want to forge a typed memo from 1972 I think I'll run over to mom's house and dig the old Selectric out. I'm relatively certain that I won't be using Microsoft Word and a laser printer.

You should have heard by now, but it appears that the "smoking gun" memos which supposedly proved that President Bush shirked his National Guard duty were forgeries. I won't go into all the details, but you can read about it on Fox News or Right Voices.

Now, I haven't seen photographic copies of the documents myself ... and I'm no document examiner, to be sure. I have; however, worked with document examiners many times. Document examiners are famous for hedging their bets and using words like "inconclusive" and "indeterminate." If you are really lucky you might get an examiner to say, "It would appear that..." When a document examiner says something like, "I'm virtually certain these were computer generated" you can take it to the bank.

I think I've decided. The stupid people are loosing it.

updated link: The more I hear the worse it gets for ScaryKerry. Here's what The American Spectator reports today. Nothing like waking up in the morning to see a liberal circling the drain....

Tuesday, September 07, 2004


I remember the knot in my stomach nearly four years ago when we all watched on TV as rabid power hungry democratic lawyers tried to steal the election. They whined of "disenfranchisement" while doing everything they could to make sure that the only votes disenfranchised were votes for President Bush and that the only votes counted (again) were votes for Algore.

Now, the demoncrats have sued Florida to keep Ralph Nader off the ballot in that state. Once again, the duplicitous dems want everyone's vote to count, as long is it's the vote they want you to cast.

Along the same lines, I'm getting tired of hearing the dems complain about the whole "exporting jobs" issue. First of all, I'd like to know what ScaryKerry has done during his time in the Senate to keep jobs in the U.S. Anyone? Hello? Anyone at all?
(crickets chirping)

Actually, I think it's better that Kerry has done nothing to try to keep jobs from going overseas ... I just think it odd that once again he's trying to make a campaign issue out of an area he is less than strong in himself. Of course, in typical duplicitous fashion, the Kerry camp is running that advertisement on TV that shows the poor old hunched over liver spotted man with the speech articulation problem complaining about not being allowed to buy his medication cheaper from Canada.

Let me get this straight ... we need to do everything we can to keep UAW jobs here in the United States ... but it's perfectly alright to export the jobs of chemists and pharmacologists to Canada?

As usual, the position of the leftists can't hold up to even the slightest scrutiny.

Saturday, September 04, 2004

Indulge Me...

Slightly off topic, but stick with me here for a second ... and remember that this isn't an "official" Bush/Cheney site.

340 dead in Russia this week. 155 of them children. An additional 336 school children hospitalized with serious injuries inflicted by islamic terrorists. They aren't done counting yet, either. The population of Beslan is just 30,000 people; the size of one of our suburbs here in Montgomery County. Imagine how quiet some streets in Beslan will be for years to come without those children.

One hostage reported, "When children began to faint, (the islamic terrorists) laughed." Pure evil.

The apologists will avoid stating the obvious or acknowldging that the big pink elephant in the corner is wearing a burka. They'll discuss Russia's problems in Chechnya in the past, implying that the Russian government is to blame. Just as they blame Isreal for Palastenian bomb-wearers and as they blame America for planes flown into our buildings. The fact can't be changed that it's not American, Russian, or Isreali soldiers who coldbloodedly murder school children, strap bombs to their bodies and wade into a crowded market, or hijack planes: It's islamofacist terrorists... every time.

I don't want a petal-power-war-protesting-mealy-mouthed-flip-flopper in the White House when these same people will come here and do this to our kids if we let them.

Fox News Story
NY Post Opinion Piece

Friday, September 03, 2004

Compare and Contrast

It's been a while since we've done one of these:
For you military people out there ... which one salutes like POTUS?

Kerry's sorry ass salutePresident Bush's crisp salute

For a guy who blows so much wind out of his pie hole about his "war hero" status ... that is just about the saddest salute I've ever seen.

Well, I take that back, I have seen ONE salute that was as bad:

Kerry looks like Benny Hill

Other stuff: I do have more bumper stickers in, but this is it. I've mailed over 100 of them out, and if I spend any more money on postage the wife will kick me in the pants. Plus, with the campaign ramping up I'm trying to spend more time volunteering. Once these are gone, I'm done. You can pick bumper stickers up at the Victory Center ... email me for directions.

Wednesday, September 01, 2004

Swiftboat Hamsters for the Truth!

"I was there! I was there in that pond and I tell you, there was NO enemy fire coming from the banks of the pond!"

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