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Viva La Migra! Part II

Friday, April 28, 2006
There are a couple of issues deserving of attention in regards to the recent immigration noise. First, the upcoming "boycott" to take place 1 May, 2006. While not very smart in its intent to begin with, the stated reason for the march is to "close" US cities.
"There will be 2 to 3 million people hitting the streets in Los Angeles alone. We're going to close down Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Tucson, Phoenix, Fresno," said Jorge Rodriguez, a union official who helped organize earlier rallies credited with rattling Congress as it weighs the issue.
What a goat-rope. How is this going to lend any sort of credibility to their already paltry argument? The bottom line is: if you are illegal, you are a criminal. If you seek to attain citizenship via legal channels, I have no problem with immigration. I am growing more and more tired of this charade and lessening what I would call an unusual socially liberal stance on immigration (in my case).

Secondly, the issue I would like to bring up is US national anthem; "The Star-Spangled Banner". It was written in 1814 by Francis Scott Key. He wrote the anthem after witnessing the bombardment of Fort McHenry (Baltimore, MD) by British warships during the War of 1812. Because of some British dude, the Latino population thinks that it's OK to bastardize the anthem and spin it to fit their ignorance; that being not bothering to learn the language of their newly adopted home. That would be like me going to Germany and re-writing the Italian national anthem into English. It is a BS move by not only the British dummy producing it, but also of the dummies endorsing it and not even bothering to think about what it means.
"I think the national anthem ought to be sung in English and I think people who want to be a citizen of this country ought to learn English and they ought to learn to sing the national anthem in English."
Rarely will I quote the President, but this is nuts on accurate. Illegal immigrants and US national anthem-spinning idiots can kiss my ass.


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Too bad for you.

We all know that The Swimmer spends quite a bit of time at Cape Cod. Now that there is a proposed windmill farm project on the table amid the rising gasoline costs, The Swimmer is trying to effectively cock-block the bill. It is no surprise that The Swimmer is covertly trying to stop this bill in his also not surprising behind-the-scenes work. He could be successful; look at the facts (all I am saying is that he hides being loaded at work all the time fairly well).

I hope that this bill gets sent through the process just to spite The Swimmer. It is OK to say no to that guy, hell, Mary Jo Kopechne did. Oh wait...


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Sunday, April 23, 2006
I just caught a blurb of Francois Kerry trying to justify why Rumsfeld should step down (as a reaction to the new Bin Laden mix tape). Are you sitting down (there may be laughter involved)? Kerry said that Rumsfeld should step down because Bin Laden is still at large and the current administration has "failed" to bring him to justice!

I seem to remember that Bill Clinton denied an extradition order no less than three times for Bin Laden there, John. So I have to ask, what the hell are you talking about? Stick to what you know; that being riding around on The Swimmer's nutsack like it was a hayride. Dummy.


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While not completely sure if it is Bin Laden who is on the tape, it's more than likely him.

Bin Laden is now calling for his like-minded ilk to head to Sudan and fight a proposed UN Force there. Basically, because of the "cause" weakening due to Arab dissent of terrorists all around the Arab world (i.e. people are beginning to stand up against terrorists and realize they are gutless cowards), combined with the West cutting off funding for Palestinians because their Hamas leaders won't recognize Israel, and you have allegations of a "Zionist crusader war on Islam". If it's not one thing, it's another with these idiots. May they [the terrorists and their like-minded cronies] burn in Hell.


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I am under the impression that New Orleans is built upon history; proud history. Never mind that it was the French that built that dump below sea level, but now I am confused about the Mayoral elections going on down there. New Orleans has Mayor Ray Nagin (yeah, the same one who shit the bed during Katrina, the snake in the grass) winning with 39% of the vote. I am all for democracy, but this seems a bit odd to me and damn near revealing that New Orleans consists of a bunch of ignorant, misinformed dirt bags. Get a clue New Orleans; he failed you once with the help of that dolt in the big house (that would be Blanco), he will no doubt do it again to further his personal gain. If ignorance proves this election, you will get what you paid for, that's for sure.

In an article I found dating back to January of this year I was not too surprised that Nagin was backpedaling. Have a look:
Faced with howls of protest, New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin apologized Tuesday for claiming that a vengeful God smote New Orleans with Hurricane Katrina because of heavenly disapproval of America's involvement in Iraq and of rampant violence within urban black communities.
Might the violence in the black communities be the function of a Mayor to try and curtail asshole? Iraq is no business of dummies like you anyhow; don't concern yourself with what you know nothing about. Stick to what you do know: how to screw your constituents for personal gain.


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Thursday, April 20, 2006
Exhibit A.

Exhibit B.

Alright, they are not exhibits per se, but they are eye-openers. In the first article, there is mention made that Microsoft founder Billy Gates made a cryptic remark about internet rights to China's President. The comment was something along the lines of:
"It is my belief that industry and government around the world should work even more closely to protect the privacy and security of Internet users, and promote the exchange of ideas, while respecting legitimate government considerations."
What the hell does "legitimate" government considerations mean? A Microsoft spokesman when asked about what Billy Gates is really talking about began to drool uncontrollably and then his head exploded. Why? Only because he must have been privy to Exhibit B.

In Exhibit B you will find mention of one Computer Spyware Protection Act, or House Bill 2083 (that would be Oklahoma House Bill 2083). Basically the bill would dish out fines of up to millions of dollars for illegally accessing someone's computer via viruses or surreptitious methods (i.e. without their permission). The bill was partially written by State Senator Clark Jolley (R). As quoted by Jolley:
"The bill has a clear prohibition on anything going in without your permission. You have to grant permission, you can look at your license agreement. It will say whether they have the ability to take that information or not."
Right about now bells should be going off inside your nugget. Under this act, when you click "accept" on the user agreement, this effectively gives permission to any of the companies of which you have their upgradeable software installed on your computer the right and freedom to come into your computer to "detection or prevention of unauthorized use of or fraudulent or other illegal activities in connection with a network, service, or computer software, including scanning for and removing computer software prescribed under this act."

Layman's terms: Microsoft or any other company of which you have their software on your computer can erase spyware and viruses "for you". Additionally, if you have a pirated copy of software on your system, the associated company can erase it (let's be real, they can erase anything else they want to also) without being held liable for breaking into your system. Scary part: because of the "fraudulent or other illegal activities" clause, that means that they can let the local DA know you wrote a bad check last week, let the AG know you play poker online, etc.

Bottom line: this is scary. What may be even scarier is that the bill was co-authored by Microsoft (refer to shady comment to Chinese President; Exhibit A). Hopefully the Oklahoma House will see this as BS and not pass the Billy Gates Gruff.


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Myspace is in the news again. This time it doesn't have to do with child molesters but with foiling plans to shoot up a school. Allegedly, authorities found written-coded messages, guns, knives and ammunition in one suspects bedroom. Other references to Armageddon were found in the [perps] lockers. The five perps are aged from 16 and 18 and apparently had been planning a shooting a la Columbine High School style; April 20th is the anniversary of the famed shooting.

Besides being steez-biters, these kids are assholes. What has already been said about Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris applies to these twits as well; they were chastised, pushed, laughed at...blah, blah, blah, vomit. These don't give the five dolts reason to shoot up a school in my opinion. Furthermore, when I used to live with them, my bedroom was attached to the rest of my parents' house. I realize the importance of personal liberty and freedoms, but believe you me, my kids will not be stashing grenades, pipe bombs, guns, ammunition, or bags of chips in their rooms without me knowing about it. I can imagine the parents of these idiots ignore the fact they only get the "sad face" from their kids and think everything is alright. I have said it before and I will say it again and again: Parents Need To Wake Up!

Hopefully, these associated parties will be strapped with some common sense and a case of Johnny Law.


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Article Link.

Immigration officials are beginning to crack down on firms employing illegal aliens. I am pleased to hear this as they are perhaps just as guilty as the illegals. I think that I would soften my views on the whole immigration situation made famous as of late, if there was a better focus on legal immigrations.


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Tuesday, April 18, 2006
If you are interested.

With news of Tom "I am Batshit Insane" Cruise and Katie "Why Is My Drink Turning Blue" Holmes having popped out their alien spore, I can't help but want to climb Everest (not because it's there) and shout about how much I am tired of celebrity nonsense. Congratulations John Q. Public, you have made it so.

Congratulations aren't necessarily in order for the couple, as that kid may well be on its way to being ruined for life; already. Apparently Suri has its roots in Hebrew (princess) and Persian (red rose) and Alien (all your brainwaves are belong to us). Kirstie Alley (I know, I was like, who?) has come out of the woodwork (or ho-ho as the case may be) and offered congratulations. Being a fellow scientologist and basically fat, Alley said that she wanted to see the baby immediately. I am not sure what the intent was there...perhaps a midday snack, or an offering to Xenu; you make the call.

Ironically indeed, Brooke Shields' baby, Grier Hammond Henchy was born on the same day. This was no doubt a cruel hoax perpetrated by Xenu itself, however, I am sure the Shields kid will turn out fine and the Cruise baby will be locked away in a baby case on some mothership before too long. I am still sticking to my two-year window.


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This post comes after a comical find via the Ninja page link of this Nemesis entry.

Within the hate mail section there are quite a bit of angry dopes writing to Robert Hamburger and how little he knows about Ninjas. Well, I find the site hilarious and the people that write the hate mail equally as funny. As an example, the following is and actual piece of hate mail sent to Hamburger:
Hey kid. never give up on that suicide by ingesting a frisbee. I hope you succeed very soon. Your ninja website is pathetic and cries out "I'm a 10 year old that knows shit about ninja's". One day when you're 30 you're going to look back on this and laugh your ass off at how incredibly nieve and dumb you were. Oh and by the way, I'm a sniper. So if you see a red dot appear on your chest, smile, because you'll get to meet somebody who really is "cool", if only for a second.

from Rudimentarypeni7
Due to the voluntary forwarding of information that the emailer seems to tout himself as a sniper, I have to laugh at the ineptitude of this dummy. Why? A sniper that uses "red dots" to make his kills. Gee scooter, it would seem that shooting lasers at your targets first might give away your position, don't you think? Dummy. That wasn't as funny as the "one of two living" real ninja grandmasters that wrote in to the site to criticize it. No, seriously, you must be a ninja because you decided to share your secretive state with all who read the page. Dummy-san. Read some of the others when you get a chance, it is pretty funny stuff.


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Monday, April 17, 2006
I had no idea I would get such resistance to my opinion of John McCain. As such, I am going to attempt to step away from my normal style of snarling out a vitriolic juvenile screed, and instead address the man as calmly and lucidly as I know how.

I very much disagree with Sen. McCain on a number of issues-- issues that are of paramount political significance to me. I will address these issues in a moment. More than that, however, McCain has embraced a reputation as a "maverick," and encourages the philosophy that compromise and moderation will, and should, rule the day. Nothing, in my estimation, could be more wrongheaded, or even dangerous.

First, I'd like to reprint, in its entirety, the letter of Censure the Arizona GOP passed against John McCain:
WHEREAS, Senator John McCain is presently co-sponsoring, together with his Democrat soul-mate, Senator Teddy Kennedy, a Bill to Reform the Immigration Policy of the United States promoting amnesty for illegal aliens and for their U.S. employers, thus ignoring the opinions of his constituents expressed in numerous polls and personal pleas; and

WHEREAS, Senator McCain deserted the ranks of the Republican Party and the Leadership of the U.S. Senate on the issue of limiting the filibuster of judicial nominations, some of which have been on-hold for several years, thus stalling the President's agenda for judicial reform; and

WHEREAS, Senator McCain led the Democrat Party in "reforming" campaign finance, providing for a clear usurpation of 1st Amendment free speech rights during the last 60 days of an election campaign, and leading to an orgy of spending in the 2004 elections;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Arizona Republican Assembly (ARA) officially and publicly censures Senator John McCain for dereliction of his duties and responsibilities as a representative of the citizens of Arizona; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the ARA strongly urges State Republican Party Chairman, Matt Salmon, the Arizona State Republican Party and its County and Legislative District affiliates to officially and publicly express their displeasure with Senator McCain by means of a public censure; and

BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that copies of this Resolution be sent to the Chairman of the State Republican Party, to all Republican County and Legislative District Chairman and be issued as a Press Release to the media.
The issues. I accept that there are certain positions with which I agree with McCain-- namely the Iraq War (although we support the war for different reasons) and defense spending. I hope you will forgive my focusing on what I find to be our political differences-- as they seem to be the issue. Further, I am not going to explain my full opinion on these issues-- I think they are largely understood. Instead, I will try to focus on McCain's opinions-- and why I feel they are particularly odious.

Freedom of speech. This issue is paramount. McCain is the most vocal proponent of "Campaign Finance Reform" and famously passed, along with Sen. Feingold (D-WI) a bill that had sweeping ramifications. Namely, it severely limited the amount of money that could be legally given to a political party as well as restricting "issue ads" that voice controversial opinions. The First Amendment of the Bill of Rights states that:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
No law abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press. McCain took an oath to uphold the constitution of the US, and then proceeded to pass a law in direct contravention with it. This is an issue that could very well affect me personally. If the government can prevent me from voicing my opinion over the airwaves, what is to stop them from restricing my opinion on the internet? When addressing the internet as a medium to express political thought, McCain has implied that it is a loophole that his bill has yet to close. That loophole, sir, is the first amendment. On this issue alone I would be McCain's enemy forever. But, there are more.

Illegal Immigration. Those who enter this nation illegally are criminals. How does this escape anyone's attention? The result of illegal immigration is that it forces labor prices down, and puts unskilled American workers on unemployment lines. Illegal immigration also has the affect of creating a criminal underclass-- complete with its own culture, language, and habits-- that is unhealthy for any society. McCain does not share this opinion with me. McCain argues that unchecked immigration isn't stealing jobs from Americans, heck, according to McCain, a blue collar worker wouldn't pick lettuce for 50 dollars an hour. That came as quite a surprise to the blue collar workers who quickly booed him off stage. McCain's views on immigration are wrongheaded, dangerous, and distinctly unconservative.

Tobacco Fines. The fifth amendment of the Bill of Rights reads:
No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.
This amendment guarantees due process-- that the government can't strip its citizens of property without proper judical process. Again, McCain on a personal crusade discarded that dusty old text, and instead used legislation to directly fine tobacco companies billions of dollars. For what? For making and selling a legal product that millions of citizens choose to enjoy. I don't believe politicians should use their positions of influence to destroy people, legal entities, or lawful causes they personally disagree with. Many liberals believe that, consitution be damned, politicians should do just that. McCain, through action, shows that he apparently agrees with them.

I'm going to try to wrap up on specific policy disagreements-- please believe me when I say there are more of them. Some of them I've written about on this blog. Other disagreements include McCain's support of mandatory drug testing for certain professions, McCain's support for expanding health-care entitlements, McCain's joining the infamous "gang of 14," and McCain's bureaucratic and overly broad anti-torture policies, to name a few. These aren't petty differences either. On every single one of them McCain, right or wrong, has not been on the conservative side. Is it any wonder that McCain has so many friends at the New York Times, Washington Post, and network news agencies?

But, as I mentioned earlier, his politics alone are not why I find McCain so distasteful. Every time a Republican cheers support for McCain I am reminded of the death of the Reagan Coalition. There was a time, albeit brief, when Republicanism and Conservativism were one in the same. It was held together by a guiding political belief that the government should be limited-- limited to do both good and evil-- and that the constitution was the holy document used to ensure those limitations. McCain has largely thrown that philosophy to the wayside. And Republicans and Democrats alike cheer him for it.

That is why I so dislike John McCain. He is the mascot of the corruption of the Republican party-- a party that once stood for limited government and individual freedom. Limited government was guaranteed by the constitution. As a politician McCain has paid very little attention to that precious document during the course of what could be interpreted as a holy crusade-- to stamp out anything he doesn't like, and enshrine everything he does. I disagree with nearly every one of his major political stances. I will be happy to debate in length any of the above mentioned issues at any time. This blog, already entirely too long, was to show that my vitriol was neither random nor alcohol induced-- but instead the result of watching a man betray his constituents, his party, and his nation.

All the while being cheered to do so.


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Previous posts on McCain:

McCain vs 1st Amendment


And Another

There's more out there, I just don't have the time to pull them up right now. I'll throw up a comprehensive blog about his views on tobacco fines, immigration, free speech, etc. to fully explain why this "maverick" is nothing but a crusading right leaning Democrat when I get the chance.


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I will see your five posts and raise you one. Dummy.


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By now surely you have heard of Boot Camp in relation to the Windows and Macintosh computers? Well, because of this software you will be able to load Windows XP onto your Macintosh computer. What's funny and perhaps a bit ironic about all of this is that there were some hard-line Mac users who think that Gates is the devil, Windows "sucks" etc. but now think that this integration of the two is great. Way to stick to your guns. These flip-flopping dolts sound like the fair-weather anybody of "American Crisis".

I was surfing and found an article by one nerd which criticizes and article written by another nerd. Apparently Andrew Kantor of USA Today set off Jason Snell of MacWorld with his [Kantor's] article. According to Snell, "Kantor's piece might be one of the most ridiculous Apple-related articles I've read in years. Batter up! Let's take it as it goes." Yes, let's "take it as it goes". I will paste the portions of Snell's gripes from Kantor's article in case you don't want to read either nerd's article (the link really is there for luxury...it's not worth the time in either case).
Today, according to Information Week, the Mac's desktop share is less than 5%. But Boot Camp, say some people, will overcome that hurdle and help propel the Mac into the mainstream. Businesses will buy Macs for their employees, confident they'll be able to run all the needed applications. Gamers, who have pretty much shunned the Mac because the gaming picks are slim (to say the least), will be able to run those games on their Mac hardware.
So says Kantor, now for Snell's "thoughts".
Okay...Who are these "some people"? Many businesses buy Macs for their employees now; many of those Mac users also have to use PC applications, forcing the companies to also buy them a PC. For cross-platform Mac users, Boot Camp and its ilk mean a company can save on its computer hardware budget. But is anyone really saying that, now that Mac hardware can run windows, businesses are going to run out and start buying Macs so that they can run Windows? Maybe "some people" are, but those sound like pretty dumb people. Then again, I've found that mentioning stupid arguments in a column - whether they're real or made-up - is a great way to prove my point. It's a rhetorical device called the straw man. Fortunately, I don't need a straw man today - I've got Andrew Kantor.
So the nerd battle lines have been virtually drawn with one pissed off nerd attacking another nerd's opinion. The thing that caught my eye most of all was the fact that Snell attacked Kantor's position citing a logical fallacy in that Snell just can't seem to figure out who those "some people" are...but I guess Snell could figure out who "many businesses", "many of those Mac users" and "the companies" are right? In the end the rest of the article is a trainwreck basically crying about Kantor's article; not a great read, but funny in its intent. I think that Snell is the biggest loser in this event, but so long as the internet allows for the perpetuation of criticizing other nerds: Snell did have at least one thing right; he doesn't need a straw man today, he needs a straw woman.

The bottom line is that if you spend your valuable time trying to decide such inane crap like which is better Windows or Mac, you're a saucebox. Computers in general are toolboxes; they do different things. Get over yourselves and get out more. Tux p0wns both of your asses anyway, suckers.


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I was handed an article from a Milwaukee newspaper by a coworker the other day. In the article Leonard Pitts, a columnist for the Miami Herald, has written some interesting words. I had read Pitts in the past and didn't agree with some of the things that he had said, but found this one to ring pretty true.

The first link above is pertaining to the Rev. Jesse Jackson and his offer to pay the tuition of the black stripper that has made rape allegations against the Duke lacrosse team. It is included because what Pitts writes about in his article (about 4th District of Georgia Representative Cynthia McKinney and her race-related scandal) definitely extends to the Jesse Jackson article as well. The offer was extended by Jackson whether or not the stripper is found to be telling the truth or not. His logic would have you believe that the woman would never again "have to stoop that low to survive", as she is a black, single mother of two. I am calling BS due to the fact that unless Jackson extends this offer to all strippers who are singler mothers (black, white, orange, blue, green, yellow, brown; it doesn't matter what their color is), it is a seemingly racially motivated offer. This should be no surprise to those that have read of Jackson's antics before, but this offer is complete BS and racially motivated. Dummy. That is not to say that if the allegations prove to be true that the perpetrators shouldn't be brought to justice; rape is an inexcusable crime, no matter what skin-color is involved.

Read the article(s) and send in the comments. The Cynthia McKinney scandal is a whole ball of ridiculous and also a racially sensitive scandal. I know, I know...you are confused when I wrote 4th District of Georgia. Why? Because it was a district that she invented. Real classy. As a general rule, when you aren't qualified to get a job within an existing market; just invent one and you will have a job. Sad to think that there are people like this making decisions for you. If anything, this is a motivation to get out and vote.


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Think Again.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has fired a telephone company president, arrested four and pursued legal action over some bogus text message that he received. In the message contained the accusation that the President doesn't wash enough. There are others that have dared to liken Iran's nuclear ambitions to that of sex...they were also dealt with according to the article.

This is the "leader" of Iran that denies the Holocaust happened, has admitted to monitoring text messages of his countrymen and thinks it's an OK idea for Tehran to have nukes? Also on the list of interesting items was the harassment of some of the country's 70,000 to 100,000 bloggers; many have faced imprisonment. Nice, real classy.


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Sunday, April 16, 2006

If you haven't already heard about the debate of David Horowitz vs. Ward Churchill on the topic of whether or not politics should be in the classroom, check it out. I watched it last night on C-Span and must say that I was a bit disappointed. I knew I would be disappointed with Churchill going into the debate, but Horowitz didn't deliver as well as I thought he would. Hit up Google to search for the audio and or video of the event to draw your own conclusions and let me know what you think!


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Congratulations are in order for David Murdoch and the rest of the Scottish curling team, as they are the men's 2006 World Champions. They bested Canada 7-4. Murdoch threw a shady stone in the tenth end opening the door for a Canadian tie, but alas the Canucks couldn't bring it around. Nice match, now take off hosers!


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Thursday, April 13, 2006
And that makes five posts in a row. EAT IT!


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I haven't said it in awhile, so here it is again: I hate John McCain.

Why? Because "moderates" destroy Democracies. Being a moderate essentially amounts to being a demagogue. A functioning Republic, or Democracy if you will, requires distinct political candidates with developed, coherent, political philosophies.

The idea that moderates advance a nation in any kind of positive manner is politically correct, wishy-washy bullshit. A moderate is an individual who will accept any compromise, any position, just for the sake of passing some meaningless, nation destroying piece of fucktard legislation.

A moderate is someone without any kind of philosophical guideposts-- allowing him to succumb to the masses in any manner necessary to get elected.

Take a look at my scientific chart here:
Barry Goldwater: Not A Moderate. Badass.
Ronald Reagan: Not A Moderate. Badass.
Clarence Thomas: Not A Moderate. Badass.
Friedrich Hayek, Milton Friedman, William F. Buckley, Russell Kirk: Not Moderates. Badasses.

John McCain: Moderate. Front runner for Republican Presidential Nomination. Free speech hating nannystatist demagogue fucktard.
I hate John McCain.


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...via Beautiful Atrocities.


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Next to MTN and Maddox, quite possibly the greatest site ever. Don't believe me? Well...just check out this testimonial:
Ninjas can kill anyone they want! Ninjas cut off heads ALL the time and don't even think twice about it. These guys are so crazy and awesome that they flip out ALL the time. I heard that there was this ninja who was eating at a diner. And when some dude dropped a spoon the ninja killed the whole town. My friend Mark said that he saw a ninja totally uppercut some kid just because the kid opened a window.
Not to even mention the fact that he pretty much answers the pirate vs. ninja argument forever.

Word of advice, buy the book to end your lameness.


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WHERE'S MY 806,400,000,000,000.01 RINGGIT, BITCH?

Monday, April 10, 2006
Volokh has a nice post about the AP's ass covering pc bullshit reporting. Oddly enough, the amount demanded from the Malaysian man is, to the penny, Man In The Arena's outstanding booze debt.


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Class Act.

Further investigation into the 162-mph crash of an Enzo Ferrari has yielded the arrest of Stefan Eriksson. Come to find out, he didn't own the Ferrari, the other Ferrari or the Mercedes; British financial institutions, however, do.

An executive with Gizmondo (a now bankrupt Swedish video game company), Eriksson spun some wild story about how his German friend "Dieter" was actually driving the car and ran into the hills when the crash occured. All three vehicles were brought over to the US when Eriksson moved here from Britain. The Mercedes alone was worth $600,000.00 and the Ferrari an estimated one million. At any rate, the dummy is now on hold with US ICE.

This crash at 162-mph seems to speak highly of the construction of the Ferrari as the Swedish driver was able to walk away.


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More news about Tom Cruise and Katie Holmses' upcoming "silent birth" ordeal reveals that several celebrities are coming out of the proverbial woodwork to offer some support t..o t...h.e cou...pl...zzzzzzzzzz.


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In his most recent search for recognition, "K-Fed", not to be mistaken for the semi-retarded alien from K-Pax, has bitten the steez of one Thomas Dolby. Dolby brought us one of the most famous 80s hits: "She Blinded Me With Science".

In one of the alleged rapper's songs, K-Fed illegally sampled a loop from that very song without bothering to ask permission from the original writer. Nice; very classy. Mobb Deep has also sampled the song, but the difference is that BMG did it through legal channels.

For more information please read this.


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Tuesday, April 04, 2006
I just got wind of the apparent on-air beef between Sean Hannity and Alec Baldwin. I glanced at Google to read up on it and was pretty disappointed to say the least. I am not a fan of either; one is a bit too right for me and the other is an actor whose movies I typically enjoy but whose politics I don't. Below is the exchange:
HANNITY: Alec, I wanted to give you an official WABC welcome considering you were supposed to come on my program last week and you didn't show up. What happened?

BALDWIN: No, I wasn't supposed to come on your program, Sean Hannity.

HANNITY: No, actually you were supposed to come on the program because a deal was made with your agent that if you were going to come on with Brian, first you'd come on with me.

BALDWIN: I wouldn't dream of coming on your program, Sean Hannity. I'm here with Brian. I'm here with a really talented broadcaster.

HANNITY: [Crosstalk] that you are, you don't tell the truth.

BALDWIN: Why would I want to come on the show with a no-talent, former construction worker hack like you?

HANNITY: Are you the guy that said of our vice president, while we're at war, while we're leading troops in harm's way - are you the reckless, third-rate Hollywood actor who said that Dick Cheney is a terrorist? Are you the guy . . .

BALDWIN: Yes I am.

HANNITY: . . . . who said to stone Henry Hyde to death? Are you the guy who said our president is a CIA mass murderer? I wanted you to come on the program and defend that, you gutless coward.

BALDWIN: At first I thought this was a joke. But you can hear all the acid venom spewing hatred. It is Sean Hannity. [END EXCERPT]

The exchange got even hotter when Mark Levin joined in.

LEVIN: We've only just begun - are you 40 or 50 pounds overweight now?

WHITMAN: Oh, C'mon now . . . .

HANNITY: Once and for all you need to be challenged. You want to call our vice president a terrorist - fine. You want to talk about stoning people to death, say it on my program. If you want to be irresponsible and call our president a mass murderer while he's at war leading troops in harm's way . . . .

BALDWIN: And what are you gonna do about it, Sean Hannity?

HANNITY: You don't have the courage to answer questions.

BALDWIN: And what are you gonna do? And what are you going to do about it, Sean Hannity. If I come on your program, what are you going to do?

LEVIN: He's going to show that you have a two digit IQ - that's what he's gonna do.

BALWIN: What are you going to do?

LEVIN: I just told you - you've got a two digit IQ.

BALDWIN: And who's that - who's your little cabin boy there with you.

LEVIN: I'm not a cabin boy, butt-boy.

BALDWIN: What are you doing there, cabin boy? . . . . I now dub you Sean Hannity's cabin boy.

LEVIN: And you know what you are? You're 'Brokeback Alec.' [END EXCERPT]

The confrontation continued to spiral out of control, with Whitman intermittently trying to make peace and Baldwin repeatedly urging him to move on to other callers.

BALDWIN: Listen, Sean - you incredibly ignorant boob from Long Island . . .

HANNITY: Oh, ouch, Alec.

BALDWIN: No, no, no, you've spoken, let me talk, Sean. Cause you've been spewing your . . .

HANNITY: You're a third rate Hollywood egomaniac.

BALDWIN: You're a no talent ignorant fool from Long Island. You should go back to building houses in Hempstead.

LEVIN: Why was your [former] wife [Kim Basinger] so pissed off at you, anyway?

WHITMAN: Now, c'mon guys.

BALDWIN: OK. We're done. [Gets up and leaves the studio]

WHITMAN: Come back. Come back. Alec? They're gone. Alec? Alec has walked out of the studio. Alec, please come back.
Take a look again; these men are supposed to be pretty influential and may even provide a certain mentorship to burgeoning personalities. I personally don't subscribe to eithers' politics but find this whole exchange ridiculous. Two grown men calling out past wives, calling each other names and even a third party referring to Baldwin as a "butt-boy". Utter tripe. What I find completely inane is the fact that Baldwin called Hannity a "former construction worker hack" as if being a blue-collar worker was an insult.

Grow up kids and try to provide a positive light if for no other reason that potential first-time voters may use what you say to help make educated decisions. This brings "knowing your audience" to a completely different level as this same kind of behavior can be found at nearly any elementary schoolyard. Before jumping to conclusions about some of the content of this very blog, keep in mind that we aren't afforded the means to impress ideas upon people such as these two. Ridiculous.


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Saturday, April 01, 2006
May I present....Rosie the Retard.



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