Saturday, February 17, 2007

17 Spineless Republicans

The 17 Spineless Republicans who want the US to LOSE in IRAQ.
The 17 Spineless Republicans who want IRAQ to be a TERRORIST HAVEN.
The 17 Spineless Republicans who will be responsible for the deaths of millions of IRAQIS.

Ron E. Paul (TX) Thomas E. Petri (WI) Bob Inglis (SC)

Jim Ramstad (MN) Timothy V. Johnson (IL) Walter Jones (NC)

Michael Castle (DE) Ric Keller (FL) Howard Coble (NC)

Mark S. Kirk (IL) Steven C. LaTourette (OH) Thomas M. Davis (VA)

Fred Upton (MI) John J. Duncan (TN) James T. Walsh (NY)

Philip S. English (PA) Wayne Gilchrest (MD)

Friday, February 16, 2007

a picture is worth.....

Yes, terrorists are celebrating the 'non-binding' resolution against American Victory in Iraq. This 'non-binding' resolution gives aid and comfort to the merchants of death around the world, it encourages attacks on US and Allied Troops,
it encourages the mass murder of innocent men, women, and children.
This resolution against US troops is the product of the Democratic Party victory last November, The Democrats will celebrate the defeat of US Troops.
Terrorists are worshiping the Democrats for their stupidity and dhimitude.

Congressmen Murtha (D-PA) idea to have Congress approve each soldier being deployed, is a shameless attempt to defeat the US Military in the field. His proposal to require congressional certification of readiness for each deploying unit, to require 1 year between deployments, to limit the number of times and individual soldier can deploy, is a shameless attempt to have Congress assume duties as Commander in Chief. Congress Murtha is an idiot, who will kill thousands of American troops if his plan is approved by Congress. Plus, his plan will also led to the death of millions of Iraqis.

Useful Idiots - that is what the Democrats are.
They are Useful Idiots helping the Muslims murder innocent men, women, and children.

When Hollywood Went to War

And Fought For, not Against, The United States of America.

From a comment from Limerick on

Eddie Albert - U.S. Navy … Saw combat on Saipan and Tarawa. Earned the Bronze Star.

Gene Autry – U.S. Army Air Corps … Flew cargo planes in China, Burma and India

Humphrey Bogart – U.S. Navy … Wounded in World War I, he tried to
enlist after Pearl Harbor but was turned down because of his age.

Neville Brand - U.S. Army … Wounded in action

Jackie Coogan – U.S. Army Air Corps … Volunteered for hazardous duty with the 1st Air Commando Group

James Daly – U.S. Army and U.S. Navy

Sammy Davis, Jr. – U.S. Army … Assigned to Special Services Command

Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. – U.S. Navy … Served on a battleship and as a
commando raider. Helped to organize the forerunners of today’s Navy

Henry Fonda - U.S. Navy … Served aboard a destroyer in the Pacific. Earned a Bronze Star for Valor.

Glenn Ford – U.S. Marine Corps … Earned a number of citations and
awards for combat action. After the war, he transferred his commission
to the U.S. Naval Reserve.

Clark Gable – U.S. Army Air Corps … Enlisted in 1942 at age 41.
Volunteered for combat duty and flew missions over Germany. Earned the
Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal.

Charlton Heston – U.S. Army Air Corps … B-25 gunner; saw action in the Pacific.

William Holden – U.S. Army Air Corps … Served 1942-1945. His brother, a U.S. Navy pilot, was killed in the Pacific in 1944.

Brian Keith – U.S. Marine Corps … Saw combat on Rabal

Werner Klemperer – U.S. Army … Stationed in Hawaii as a Military
Policeman, he auditioned for and was accepted into Maurice Evans’
Special Services unit.

Nancy Kulp – U.S. Navy … Served as a Navy WAVE

Bert Lancaster – U.S. Army … Served in Tunisia and Italy

Tim McCoy - Served in both World War I and World War II

Ed McMahon – U.S. Marine Corps … Became a fighter pilot in 1944.
Recalled to active duty in 1952 for the Korean War and flew 85 combat

Burgess Meredith – U.S. Army Air Corps

Glenn Miller – U.S. Army … Assigned to the Army Specialist Corps.
Convinced the Military that he could modernize the Army Band and
improve the morale of the troops. Organized the Glenn Miller Army Air
Force Band. His plane disappeared on 15 December 1944 over the English

Robert Montgomery – U.S. Navy … Enlisted in the British Military
before American joined the war and drove ambulances in France until the
Dunkirk invasion. When America entered the war, he joined the U.S. Navy
and served as a Naval Attaché on British destroyers hunting German
U-Boats. He commanded a PT boat and participated in the D-Day invasion
aboard a destroyer.

Wayne Morris – U.S. Navy … Flew 57 combat missions in the Pacific.
Shot down seven Japanese aircraft, becoming an “Ace”. Credited with
assisting the sinking of five Japanese warships.

Lee Powell – U.S. Marine Corps … Saw action at Tarawa and Saipan before being killed in action in the Marianas.

Tyrone Power – U.S. Marine Corps … Enlisted immediately after Pearl Harbor. Flew wounded Marines from Iwo Jima and Okinawa.

Gene Raymond - Served in both World War II and Vietnam

Ronald Reagan – U.S. Army Air Corps … Enlisted in the Army Reserve
in 1937; commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant and was called to active duty in
1942. Because of a hearing loss, he was not allowed to fly, so he was
assigned to make training films.

John Russell – U.S. Marine Corps … Wounded at Guadalcanal

Robert Ryan - U.S. Marine Corps … Served with the O.S.S. in Yugoslavia

Rod Serling – U.S. Army … Severely wounded by shrapnel during the invasion of the Philippines

Jimmy Stewart – U.S. Army Air Corps … Flew B-17 and B-24 combat
missions, earning the Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal, France’s
Croix de Guerre and 7 Battle Stars. His son, 1st Lt. Ronald McLean, was
killed in Vietnam in 1969.

Lewis Stone - Served in the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II


Now how do you leave off this list the most decorated soldier in WWII:

Audie Murphy - US Army .. 7 campaigns, was awarded every possible medal including the Congressional Medal of Honor.

Another commenter noted that Lee Marvin was a US Marine.

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Gathering of Eagles

Tis a shame, I will be unable to attend and defend the honor of our fallen soldiers.

The Silent Guard of America’s Memorial

March 17, 2007

To protect the memorials from the anti-everything crowd, patriots will gather to defend the memorials from being defaced.

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Lonely Blogger

Howard Kurtz, of the Washington Post, wrote about Michelle Malkin in his column today:

"They'll ridicule my looks, ridicule my ethnicity, go after my family," the
36-year-old blogger [Michelle] says of her critics. "They've attacked my husband
relentlessly. There's a strong sexist strain among my liberal critics, who think
it isn't possible I could have gotten anywhere without my Svengali husband, or
some white man, embedding ideas in my head."
Make no mistake, though: This
daughter of Filipino immigrants plays pretty rough herself. Whether on her blog,
her Internet talk show or her Fox News appearances, Malkin delights in sticking
her finger in the eye of the liberal establishment. And she is convinced that
her detractors don't play fair.
"You have to accept that you'll
never have many friends," Malkin says. "It's a lonely existence."

WRONG, Michelle, you have plenty of friends, myself included.
I enjoy your writing on a daily basis.
I pray for your safety.

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

The Gathering Storm

I find myself looking at the news these days with a darkened spirit. The transient in the city streets, holding a sign that says "The End is Near" has become somewhat of an American colloquialism. Now, it's as if I'm suddenly seeing him before me, but he isn't talking about the end of the world...he's talking about the end of the America I know and love.



Either we learn from history, or like France, we simply rewrite it and wipe from the slate any record of the upstart nation that dared to speak for freedom, and dared to refuse to apologize for it.

Go read the whole essay.

Do it now!

Give Me Liberty or Give Me.....

There once was a patriot named Patrick McHenry who said:

"Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death!"

They must be related.

Congressman Patrick McHenry (North Carolina 10)

Please click here to see the actual floor speech

Mr. McHenry: "After months of campaigning against stay the course, the democrats are proposing just that. A stay the course resolution here on the house floor. Their Iraq resolution does not have the force of law and in fact this nonbinding resolution is simply a mealy-mouthed attempt to appease their democrat leftist base. Democrats have held 52 hearings on Iraq since taking control of congress. Let me get this right. The democrats have held 52 hearings so they can show one resolution on the house floor that has no bearing on the president's policy, does not have the force of law, does not advocate the withdrawal of troops, and does nothing except have a tantrum here on the house floor. So please explain this new direction, madam speaker. This is not a new direction. It's political posturing of the worst kind. Madam speaker, where's your plan? Where's your plan for victory in Iraq? Where's your plan for success and national security? I yield back.

JFKerry School of Political Waffling

has an honor graduate:

Senator Barack Hussein Obama

February 12, 2007:

“we ended up launching a war that should have never been authorized and should have never been waged, and to which we now have spent $400 billion and have seen over 3,000 lives of the bravest young Americans wasted.”

February 13, 2007:

“What I would say — and meant to say — is that their service hasn’t been honored,” Mr. Obama told reporters in Nashua, N.H., “because our civilian strategy has not honored their courage and bravery, and we have put them in a situation in which it is hard for them to succeed.”

Surprise: Shooter is Muslim

Salt Lake City Killer Indentified As Bosnian Muslim

Killer identified as 18-year-old Solejman Talovic

The 18-year-old man who shot and killed at least five people Monday night at Trolley Square has been identified as Solejman Talovic, a Bosnian refugee who lived in Salt Lake City.

Little additional information was released about Talovic.

The Bosnian community, which numbers about 3,000 in Utah, planned a press conference later this afternoon.

Talovic parked his car in the west parking lot and walked into the mall, encountering two people, whom he shot. Then he walked further into the mall and shot a woman, said Police Chief Chris Burbank.

He then walked to a gift shop and shot five people. He shot several other people before he was gunned down by an off-duty Ogden police officer assisted by four Salt Lake City police officers, Burbank said.

He had a backpack that carried numerous rounds of ammunition as well as a .38-caliber handgun, said the chief.

Gee, a mass murderer is Muslim -

This bastard is a Bosnian Muslim.
President Clinton sent US troops to protect the Bosnian Muslims.
The thanks we get for DHIMMITUDE.



Airborne in Baghdad

This is why we fight,
So this toddler can grow-up in a safe area,
So this toddler can be free.

unDemocratic Congress

From the AP via

Determined to send an unambiguous and bipartisan message of disapproval for the troop buildup, Democrats moved Monday night to block Republicans from proposing any alternative, including one that would have guaranteed funding for U.S. forces in Iraq.

The approach reflects the dilemma facing Democrats on the war, which figured prominently in their rise to power. There is broad support for the Democratic-written resolution opposing Bush's plan to add 21,500 troops. But many rank-and-file members - particularly moderate newcomers who rode to Congress on a wave of public discontent about Iraq - are wary of casting any vote that could be construed as ending funding for the mission.


House Republicans assailed Democrats Tuesday for barring them from offering their own Iraq resolution, accusing them of stifling votes on a vital issue.

Rep. David Dreier of California, the senior Rules Committee Republican, said the constraints rendered the 36-hour debate that opened Tuesday morning "really little more than a joke."

Democratic leaders had said earlier that Republicans would have a chance to offer their own measure, but quickly reversed course, and the leadership-controlled Rules Committee voted Monday night to deny the minority the option.

"It became clear to us that the only way we could give to the American people a very clear indication of where the Congress stood as it related to the president's proposal was this process," Majority Leader Steny Hoyer of Maryland said.

Democrats want no debate,

Democrats want power,

Democrats don't listen to differing views,

Democrats tell you what to think.

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Al Qaeda Photo Album

or fun with hotlinks to burn terrorist bandwidth.

These images are courtesy of Rusty at My Pet Jawa
So nice of him to point me towards jihadis photo albums with the suggestion of hot-linking the pictures to use more of their bandwidth.

Monday, February 12, 2007

Support the Troops - Aussie Style!

- This song is Grammy worthy, but she'll never win, cuz she supports her 'Diggers' and their mission.
Put some shrimp on the Barbie,
This Poster Girl knows how to support her troops.

h/t Blackfive

Victory Caucus

I have joined the Victory Caucus

The Mission Statement:

We support victory in the war against radical Islamists. We supported the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, and we believe victory is necessary in both countries for America's self-defense.

If that sounds right to you, then join us: register an account here , and let us know as much (or as little) as you care to share about yourself with your fellow Caucus members. One of the main goals of this effort is to show our leaders that there is a broad and influential community of citizens (and voters --- and donors) who believe victory is necessary. So the more info you can share with us, the more credibly we can convey that message --- but it's entirely up to you how much you'd like to share.

Be sure to stop by the group blog, where our Board of Governors is now discussing the fundamental question "What is Victory?". Stay up to date on the latest news with our war news feeds , check out the latest Congressional speeches in our media gallery , and most importantly --- browse our directory of troop-support organizations and find ways that you can directly help the men and women who are fighting and have fought to achieve victory.

Then what? Check out our Forums, where you can join in the discussion yourself. Feel free to post new topics for discussion, or join in the two that I've kicked off: first, answer our question to the Board of Governors yourself: What is Victory ? And second, tell us what the leadership in the House of Representatives should be thinking this week as they debate resolutions on Iraq .

Finally: spread the word! If you have a blog, tell your readers about us. Tell your friends. Tell your family. Tell your coworkers! We know that the vast majority of Americans want victory --- and by gathering us in one place, we hope we can convince our leaders in Washington that victory is indeed the only option they should be considering.