Saturday, June 30, 2007

El Senior Senador de Mexachusetts

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I just Love this image

I had this on my desktop for a long time and used it as my avatar until I found the Jihad This Eagle at the bottom of the page.

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Islamic Rage Boy Photo Contest

Update: Lance from TMQ2 informs me that the Photoshop contest is at SnappedShot and not TMQ2. However both deserve your visit.

TMQ2Wordpress is having a photoshop contest of Islamic Rage Boy. This is my entry.
This Idiot has been seen all over the Islamic world shoving his face in front of any Westerners' camera and freaking out on cue.

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Oops! AP's bias is showing.

In stunning bit of (non) objective "journalism" today, HAMID AHMED from the Associated (with the enemy) Press filed this future Pulitzer Prize winner.

Notice that almost all of the claims and assertions made by Americans are refuted
by Iraqis or are challenged by quotation marks.

"The U.S. military said it conducted two pre-dawn raids in Sadr City,
Baghdad's largest Shiite slum, killing 26 "terrorists" who attacked
U.S. troops with small arms fire, rocket-propelled grenades and
roadside bombs."

The use of the quotation marks is liberal code for "Uh huh, sure they
were". Meanwhile those trustworthy Iraqis are so apparently incapable
of dishonesty they neither require the quotation marks nor even names
attributed to their comments.

"But Iraqi police and hospital officials said all the dead were civilians
killed in their homes...
(t)he Iraqi officials, who spoke on condition of
anonymity out of security concerns, put the death toll at eight, with
20 wounded.

And this paragon of virtue and courage,

One resident who goes by the nickname of Um Ahmed, or "mother
of Ahmed," stood outside her home as mourners passed by. "We are
being hit while we are peacefully sleeping in our houses. Is that fair?"
she cried. The woman gave only her nickname, fearing reprisal."

How many innocent "mothers" have street names? Note the honorific
"mother", could we make her a more sympathetic character? I bet he
invented her.

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Thursday, June 28, 2007

What a Glorious Day!

Congratulations to the Victorious American People.

Today the American people convinced the Senate to ditch the Comprehensive Amnesty Bill. I got a perverse enjoyment in watching the self righteous Grand Schemers squirm while they got a reminder of just who really runs things in this country. It was obvious how little they enjoyed the lesson. I wonder how much scotch, or more likely tequila, the senior senator from Mexachusetts
will need to get through this defeat.
Americans flooded the phone lines, filled email in boxes to overflowing, burned up the phone lines and bent ears into unrecognizable shapes as they let their representatives in the Upper Chambers now that the Silent Majority has gained its voice. With a resounding shout from coast to coast citizens paraphrased Ronald Wilson Reagan's' famous line, "Mr. Blabbermouth, Put Up This Wall!"
God it feels good to be an American.

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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Oh The Sweet Irony

Andrew Waldon from Frontpage Mag has the following tid bits in his collumn.

After fighting erupted with their fellow Palestinian group Hamas, Gaza fighters for the Fatah faction of the PLO went running for protection to the Israeli border...

Reality has a way of forcing the truth out into the open. After decades of terrorist war against Israel, Gazans know they are better off begging Israel for admission rather than facing the reality of Iranian-backed Hamas’ Islamist rule. About 700 meters behind them is a hastily-built Hamas checkpoint, where Hamas terrorists—now ruling over Gaza—wave away late-comers and await any Fatah terrorists who give up hope. On June 20, Israeli tanks moved to positions at the Gaza end of the corridor to forestall any Hamas bloodbath.

The only draw-back to this almost hillarious farce is what he included near the end of his artical;

Failed ex-President Jimmy Carter and Democrat presidential wannabe Dennis Kucinich have answered Hamas’ call. They agree that the Hamas takeover is connected to the cut-off of funding to the PA. In response they have joined calls by Hawaii Rep. Neil Abercrombie for American funding of Islamist terror.

I tell ya, Birds of a Feather.

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Monday, June 25, 2007

Washington Post agrees with my Post Yesterday

The Washington Post has an article in it's online issue today that agrees with my post of yesterday, that the various states in the Union are enacting tough anti-illegal immigrant laws. For example:
"At least 18 states have enacted laws concerning illegal immigrants. Most of the legislation is seen as punitive, and it reflects legislators' anger at the federal government's inability to seal the southern border and at provisions in the Senate bill that would allow the 12 million illegal immigrants already here a path to citizenship."
While they don't attribute these new regulations and laws to Washington's new found zeal to pass Immigration Reform, they do make my case for me.
More to come...

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Sunday, June 24, 2007

Why the Mad Rush to Legalization?

From the beginning I have wondered why the mad rush to get the illegals legal status. It almost seems to be an obsessive compulsion in Washington. This whole Comprehensive Reform issue should be done in a reasonable measured manner.

It turns out that since localities across the country are enacting and enforcing restrictions on employing and renting to illegals, business owners and landlords are afraid they may go to jail for what they are doing. To head this off, they have got Washington moving at full speed to make a generous Federal law, which the local yahoos can't get around. Smooth.

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