Tuesday, December 20
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Blogging has been and will continue to be light due to the holidays, but I'll try to pop in now and then. I'm still working on the new format.

Merry Christmas, all!
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Thursday, December 15
Hillary Clinton Ripped By George Clooney
By Jennifer Cox
Dec 15, 2005

Syriana star George Clooney is the latest Hollywood liberal to trash Hillary Rodham Clinton. The liberal actor let the 2008 Democratic presidential frontrunner have it while citing his own brilliance and expertise in foreign affairs.

MSNBC Scoop queen Jeannette Walls delivers:

George Clooney — an outspoken critic of the Bush administration — also has some harsh words for Hillary Clinton.

The “Syriana” star says he is “frustrated and disappointed” that Clinton and many other Democrats were “scared” to oppose the war on Iraq, and “now they are paying the price.”

“I hate it when smart men and women are saying, ‘Well, if I knew then what I know now,’ ” Clooney told the Sunday Times of London.

“The fact is: I knew it then and I don’t have national security clearance…"


Heh. George Clooney, star of a CIA movie, now a CIA expert.

And they wonder why Hollywood stars are mocked and lampooned when they try to speak out and be the 'smartest guy in the room' on all issues political.

Walls notes that Clooney is ready to give the Hollywood kiss of death to poor Barak Obama.

“Of course (Obama) doesn’t want to right now; he just wants to be senator for Illinois,” Clooney told the paper. “But he could attract the two groups who rarely show up to vote — young people and blacks. He’s the guy to get behind.”

Well, he may have been. But now that Hollywood appears to have adopted him as their favorite candidate - not anymore.

--News Analysis by Jennifer Cox

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Wednesday, December 14
A rather obvious plant by Carl Rove, of course.

“Anybody who doesn’t appreciate what America has done and President Bush, let them go to hell”
– Iraqi Citizen and proud voter Betty Dawisha

Go to Hell
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Iraqi Election Celebration (pictures gathered from Free Republic)

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Ass-stupid Liberal Quote of the Day
(and it’s a doozy):

“We Jews find it a little embarrassing that adults can still make such a big fuss over Christmas. To us, Jesus was just a cool guy everyone liked because he died young.”
-Joel Stein, L.A. Times columnist
Alternate universe quote:

“We Jews find it a little embarrassing that adults can still make such a big fuss over Ramadan. To us, Mohammad was just a cool guy because he made crap up."
-Joel Stein, L.A. Times

Oh, and in this alternate universe, no one whatsoever would get upset about it or demand a retraction. Really, Joel? Is that how all Jews feel? They get off on demeaning other people’s beliefs? Somehow I highly doubt it. Speak for yourself, jackass. Only a liberal could dismiss the man whose life had the greatest impact on all of western civilization as just being cool because he “died young.” Of course, I’d be more upset if anyone actually still read the L.A. Times.
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Tuesday, December 13
It’s Christmas time, a season for reflecting on the past year and counting your blessings. In honor of said season, I thought I’d repost something I wrote before last year’s election as a reminder that no matter how bad things are looking in the Beltway this week, it could have been oh so much worse…

"25 Reasons I'm Voting for John Kerry”

1. I think that No Child Left Behind is a gigantic failure and that Bush doesn't care about children at all, especially minority children. But I thought that Janet Reno was right on the money in sending that Elian Gonzalez packing back to Cuba.
2. I feel that The Ten Commandments have no place in public school. And neither to Halloween parties, because they are offensive to the Wiccan community.
3. I support freedom of worship for all religions, especially Islam. But man, we have got do something about those damn Christians and Jews.
4. I think that if we’d just signed the Kyoto Treaty all those nice European countries would’ve totally had our back.
5. I have so much money that I will be consumed with guilt if I don’t pretend to care about the unwashed masses. I will not, however, actually give away any of my own money in the process. Rather, I will appear on national television and ask you to donate yours.
6. Halliburton is the root of all evil.
7. Deep down, I really want Pakistan to beat the crap out of Israel.
8. I support leaders who are adulterers, murderers, alcoholics, liars, thieves, and billionaires, because I feel they better understand “middle class values.”
9. I believe the fact that Bush may have, despite all evidence to the contrary, served only 5
½ of his 6 years in the National Guard makes him unfit to be Commander in Chief. The fact that John Kerry went to Vietnam for four months, shot himself in the arm, and then proceeded to meet with the enemy, calling his fellow officers rapists and murderers, however, makes him a *fabulous* choice.
10. Dick Cheney never served his country and is a spineless bastard for it. Neither did John Edwards, but shhhh, don’t tell.
11. Furthermore, the fact that Bill Clinton was a draft-dodging anti-war activist does not concern me whatsoever. He rules!
12. Bush liberating Afghanistan and Iraq makes us a cruel joke to the rest of the world. Clinton being impeached for lying about oral sex did not.
13. I am pro-choice and anti-death penalty and see absolutely no irony in the fact.
14. I am open, tolerant, and supportive of all races, religions, and beliefs, with the notable exception of Republicans, whom I will shoot at while burning swastikas on their lawns and shoving a “f*** you, demon seed!” sign in their face. Because those sons of bitches are so intolerant they deserve whatever they get.
15. I am stupid enough to allow a multi-millionaire trial attorney convince me he’s for tort reform.
16. I think the mainstream media is completely unbiased, except for that evil right-leaning Fox News.
17. Before October of 2004, I did not know what the word quagmire meant. I now use it in daily conversation.
18. I think that Kerry speaking in black churches about his deep, unbending faith in God is a beautiful gesture, rather than patronizing, blasphemous pandering.
19. I hate George Bush. When pressed, I cannot give a logical argument why, and begin screaming at my challenger instead. I think this makes me look intelligent.
20. I think a Clinton/Kennedy ‘08 ticket is just what the party needs, because Hillary and Ted are almost as good as Bill and John.
21. When I look at Teresa Heinz, I think damn, that is one classy First Lady.
22. I will fight to the death for a woman’s right to partial birth abortion, but Saddam Hussein’s rape rooms were none of my business.
23. I truly believe that Michael Moore is the voice of the people, and that he hates this evil enterprise known as capitalism.

24. I refuse to admit that Bush is the first president to fund stem-cell research and scream “I can’t hear you” when anyone mentions the scientific proof that embryonic stem cells have not helped anyone one tiny bit. At all. Ever.
25. The Kool-Aid tasted too damn good.
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IPod Underwear
The Play iBox Solid Boxer is an ideal knit boxer for trendy, gadget-savvy music lovers. Made from a cotton/spandex blend, this button fly boxer has a discrete front pocket which is perfect for holding your iPod, other mp3 players or your cell phone. This Play iBox Boxer is available in solid fashion colors and the solid waistband features a racing stripe and the Play logos. If you buy 2 pairs of the Play iBox Boxer, you’ll receive 3 free iTunes. iPod not included with purchase.

I'm not sure whether I'm annoyed or about to by stock in Apple before they take.over.the.world.

Link, with picture
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Sunday, December 4
"The Liberal Night Before Christmas"

‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the land,
Not a creature was celebrating, just as the liberals had planned.
The war had been waged with consummate glee,
And they had finally vanquished the foul bourgeoisie.

They were now out of power, but oh those libs had a vision-
A secular state guised as multiculturalism.
And they knew that in order to accomplish this heist,
First and foremost they must get rid of Christ!

The first line of attack had been at the greeting,
Now no one could say it except at a prayer meeting.
“Down with this imperial “Merry Christmas” phrase!
From now on, be PC- Say “Happy Holidays.”

Next they had set their sights on the tree,
Striking the “Christmas” from it by liberal decree.
“They’re Wishing Trees now, and if you disagree,
You’re prob’ly a hick from red state Tennessee.”

All this they carried out with the help of the press,
Naïve college freshmen and celebrity noblesse.
But there was only so much they could accomplish by squawking.
Too many were not buying all that they were hawking.

It was time to implement the next step in their coup d’etat.
“We must file suit,” they said, “and make it the law.
In our pledge, on our money, we think it’s unjust!
God’s too democratic- in judges we trust!”

"Now Moore! Now, Newdow! Now, Reid and Pelosi!
On, Boxer! On, Franken!, Johns Edwards and Kerry!
To the top of the bench! To the top of The Hill!
Now dash away! Dash away! Go impose our will!"

So they dashed to the courts, and they made it obscene,
To be caught wearing anything made of red or of green,
To have sugar plums or fig pudding on the cuisine,
Or to think of setting up a Nativity scene.

Finally the conservatives were set all agog,
Could this mean the end of elves and eggnog?
No carols? No candy canes? they thought with dismay.
Was the only tinsel to be found in L.A.?

No harking the herald, no decking the halls.
No cheesy Christmas concerts or frantic shopping at malls.
No late night visits from St. Nicholas.
No mistletoe under which to stand and be kissed.

Away went the manger, no jingle bell did rock.
Tiny Tim and The Grinch now as distasteful as Halliburton stock.
Gone were frankincense, myrrh, and Joy to the World
Two thousand years of tradition had now been unfurled.

And if from the street they could see stockings,
Then you could be sure that the libs would come knocking.
“If from private celebrating you cannot refrain,
Then by Souter we shall invoke imminent domain!”

So Christmas Eve had come with nary one string of lights,
(Even putting a damper on all eight Hanukkah nights).
The activists were left to ponder the next crusade to embark upon.
Should it be Easter next time? Rosh Hashanah? Ramadan?

When what to their wondering eyes did appear,
Not any size sleigh or a single reindeer.
Not Santa Claus or Frosty the Snowman,
But the lights of church, and the inside was glowing.

People were laughing and holding hands,
Catching up with neighbors and family and friends.
Singing of how their lives were restored,
Proclaiming loudly, “Happy Birthday, dear Lord!”

The liberals were furious. How could this be?
They’d done away with the greeting, done away with the tree.
No halls had been decked- They’d passed resolutions!
How could it not have been the solution?

On his way out of the church they stopped an old man,
Asked desperately what had gone wrong with their plan.
He led them aside and pointed into the sky,
Placed a hand on their shoulder and said kindly “That’s why.”

“You cannot control what you don’t understand.
You can’t wipe away faith with the wave of your hand.
You can take away the trees and the elves and the bells,
The colors, the lights, but none of that tells

“The story of Christmas, and you knew all along,
the trappings and presents aren’t what make us strong.
It’s hope, and it’s love, and it’s prayers we have prayed,
And that’s what has for so long made you afraid.

“Maybe our faith fails analytical review,
But we love God, one another… We even love you.”
He walked away several steps, then turned, eyebrows raised.
“Oh, and one more thing… Happy Holidays.”

Wishing you all a very very very Merry Christmas…

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