Saturday, January 27, 2007

A Great Value at Wal-Mart

At my local Wal-Mart last night, I spied a $1.00 DVD by the checkouts: World War II, The German Front.
This DVD has 4 sections:
"Prelude to War" a US training film.
"The Nazi Strike" a Frank Capra documentary
"The Secret Life of Hilter"
"Nuremburg Trials" a 1946 Soviet documentary

As I watched it, I realized how the methods used by Hitler are being used again. The claim that all Germans must obey Berlin, not their local governments. (Muslims must obey Shari'a Law not local laws.)

The screencaps are from the DVD.

Friday, January 26, 2007

Does anyone in Congress care?

This is the question asked by Oliver North.

This is from North's column on

A military officer, who has served in Iraq, said this to Mr North:
"These politicians who think we can win a war by committee. Do they even know that in the last two weeks we have set AQI (Al Qaeda in Iraq) and the Mahdi Army both back on their heels?" he answered. I was silent, so he continued, "Is there anyone in Washington who understands what this means? AQI terrorists are running like rats out of Ramadi. And the Mahdi Army is being cleaned out of Baghdad. Do they know how much harder all this rhetoric makes our job?"
Does Congress even care about how their pompous actions harm our troops in the field?
NO, Most members of Congress, didn't care about how their words and actions cause harm.
Most of the elected officials on Capital Hill only care about their latest poll numbers.
Actual concern about the people of this country, no.
Actual concern about how their words and actions support the Islamofacists. none.

Thursday, January 25, 2007

Why fight?

> "If you will not fight for right when you can easily win without blood shed;
> if you will not fight when your victory is sure and not too costly;
> you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival.
> There may even be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves."
> Sir Winston Churchill

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

The Democrat worth supporting

"The Kennedy inaugural was the single . . . speech that brought me into
public life. Those famous words 'Pay any price, bear any burden, meet
any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, in order to assure
the survival and the success of liberty.' That's what it has meant to me to be a Democrat."
- Sen. Joe Lieberman

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Pledge for National Security

From Hugh Hewitt:

If the United States Senate
passes a resolution, non-binding or otherwise, that criticizes the
commitment of additional troops to Iraq that General Petraeus has asked
for and that the president has pledged, and if the Senate does so after
the testimony of General Petraeus on January 23 that such a resolution
will be an encouragement to the enemy, I will not contribute to any
Republican senator who voted for the resolution. Further, if any
Republican senator who votes for such a resolution is a candidate for
re-election in 2008, I will not contribute to the National Republican
Senatorial Committee unless the Chairman of that Committee, Senator
Ensign, commits in writing that none of the funds of the NRSC will go
to support the re-election of any senator supporting the non-binding

I accept this pledge.

Take the pledge, and tell the NRSC:


Ronald Reagan Republican Center

425 2nd Street, NE

Washington, DC 20002


Then e-mail Senator McConnell and Senator Ensign, and tell them too. Senator McConnell's phone number is (202) 224-2541. Senator Ensign's phone number is (202) 224-6244.

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Day by Day: State of the Union

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

The State of the Union

In such courage and compassion, ladies and gentlemen, we see the spirit and character of America – and these qualities are not in short supply. This is a decent and honorable country – and resilient, too. We have been through a lot together. We have met challenges and faced dangers, and we know that more lie ahead. Yet we can go forward with confidence – because the State of our Union is strong ... our cause in the world is right ... and tonight that cause goes on.
[big finish to a great speech]

Frisking the Prebuttal

Democratic Response of Senator Jim Webb To the President’s State of the Union Address
Tue Jan 23 2007 19:10:01 ET

Let me simply say that we in the Democratic Party hope that this administration is serious about improving education and healthcare for all Americans, and addressing such domestic priorities as restoring the vitality of New Orleans.
[restoring New Orleans - A national priority? huh? - OKAY, Then we need to KICK the DEMOCRATS in the ARSE, since it is the DEMOCRATS in New Orleans who are BLOCKING the rebuilding by their own corruption.]

And under the leadership of the new Democratic Congress, we are on our way to doing so. The House just passed a minimum wage increase, the first in ten years, and the Senate will soon follow. [EXCEPT for Corporations in Pelosi's District.] We've introduced a broad legislative package designed to regain the trust of the American people. We’ve established a tone of cooperation and consensus that extends beyond party lines. [By not Permitting Republicans to offer changes]

Like so many other Americans, today and throughout our history, we serve and have served, not for political reasons, but because we love our country. On the political issues – those matters of war and peace, and in some cases of life and death – we trusted the judgment of our national leaders. We hoped that they would be right, that they would measure with accuracy the value of our lives against the enormity of the national interest that might call upon us to go into harm’s way.

We owed them our loyalty, as Americans, and we gave it. But they owed us – sound judgment, clear thinking, concern for our welfare, a guarantee that the threat to our country was equal to the price we might be called upon to pay in defending it.

The war’s costs to our nation have been staggering. Financially. The damage to our reputation around the world. The lost opportunities to defeat the forces of international terrorism. And especially the precious blood of our citizens who have stepped forward to serve. [What about the cost of failure? The cost of failure caused by the DEMOCRATS and Liberal US MEDIA doing everything possible to prevent victory. The intentional leaking of LEGAL programs designed to protect the country. The constant undermining of the American Military by promoting any and all bad news while ignoring all the good that our troops have done in Iraq and Afganistan.]


Why Support the War

Freedom of Speech
- The cornerstone of Western Civilization
- Freedom of Speech * DOES NOT * exist in Islam
- Dissent is NOT ALLOWED in Islam

Freedom of Worship
- A basic tenet of Western Civilization
- Freedom of Worship is FORBIDDEN in Islam
- Under Islamic Law, you must worship Allah or DIE
- Under Shari'a Law, you can convert to Islam, But You CANNOT convert from Islam

Freedom from Want
- Western Civilization strives to provide equal opportunity to succeed for all.
- The poorest people in the world live under Islam
- And despite charity being one of the five tenets of Islam, the poor are ignored by Islam

Freedom from Fear
- Western Civilization works to protect the innocent
- Islam targets the innocent men, women, and children.

Treatment of Women
- Women are equal under Western Civilized Law
- Women are considered property under Islamic Law

The War in Iraq is one front in the War Against Islamic Terrorists
- This is simply a continuation of the War Between Christians and Muslims which started when the (False) Prophet Mohammad (Pigs Be Upon Him) founded the Islamic faith.
- Islam has always been spread by the sword.
- Islam demands the death of any who convert from the 'true faith'.

The United States must remain in Iraq until the Iraqis are strong enough to protect themselves from the murderous Islamic Militants who currently dominate Islam.

The United States must fight Militant Muslims wherever and whenever they appear, until Islam is either eliminated completely from the face of the Earth or until Islam truly reforms and matures into a peaceful religion.

Year in Pictures: US Military

H/T to SandraK

Monday, January 22, 2007

Our Navy's First Purpose

To stop Islamic pirates. (From Powerline)

Oren demonstrates that suspicion and hostility toward
Islam are almost as old as the nation. John Quincy Adams called it a
"fanatic and fraudulent" religion, founded on "the natural hatred of
Mussulmen towards the infidel."

This was partly religious prejudice, of course, but that prejudice was reinforced by unfortunate experience. In the perilous early years of the republic, the Muslim Barbary powers preyed on American shipping and captured, tortured and enslaved hundreds of innocent men and women. When John Adams and Thomas Jefferson implored the pasha of Tripoli to stop, Oren recounts, the pasha's emissary insisted that the Koran made it the "right and duty" of Muslims "to make war upon" whichever infidels "they could find and to make Slaves of all they could take as prisoners." George Washington raged, "Would to Heaven we had a navy to reform those enemies to mankind, or crush them into non-existence." And Congress did create a navy in the 1790s primarily to crush the Barbary powers and protect American traders and missionaries. President
Jefferson -- so often mislabeled as an idealist, pacifist and isolationist -- eagerly launched the war and ordered the permanent stationing of U.S. naval forces thousands of miles from the nation's shores.

As Oren relates, the modest number of 19th-century Americans who lived in the Middle East largely considered Islam -- in the words of a former Confederate officer hired to improve the Egyptian army -- a religion "born of the sword," one that was "opposed to enlightenment" and crushed "all independence of thought and action." They found the oppression of Muslim women appalling. Being Americans, they thought the
best antidote was a thorough transformation of culture and society. Protestant missionaries utterly failed to convert Muslims to Christianity, but they did work to spread the "gospel of Americanism": liberalism, technology and democracy.

FBI Most Wanted

Two Most Wanted Terrorists Killed

Mon, 22 Jan 2007 14:14:42 -0600 (CST)

Wanted Terrorists Khadafi Janjalani and Jainal Anyel Sali, Jr. have
been killed. The Abu Sayyaf members were wanted for crimes in and
around the Philippines.


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