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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » “The New Direction: Onwards to Okinawa!”

House Shrieker-Elect Lugosi has endorsed none other than Jack “Run Like Little Girls” Murthafucker for House Majority Coward.

You know, the “highly decorated” REMF mostly known for calling our Marines “coldblooded murderers” without a shred of evidence to support it at the time he made the accusation.

The insane, doddering, syphilitic old poster boy for euthanasia whose “solution” to the war is to “redeploy over the horizon to, well, Okinawa” who then, when given a vote on his own proposal, doesn’t even have the guts to vote for his own psychotic idea.

Yeah, THAT Murthafucker:

Looks like the “bi-partisan” future of Congress is off to a great start, doesn’t it?

But, lest we offend Captain Ed and Rick Moran, we’re not going to be evil partisan snipes here.

In fact, we pledge to show the new Democrat majority every bit as much open-mindedness, civility and consideration as they’ve been showing us for the past six years.

Every. Single. Bit.

54 Responses to ““The New Direction: Onwards to Okinawa!””
  1. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    First order of business is to change the direction of Iraq policy,” said Sen. Carl Levin, a Michigan Democrat who is expected to be chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee in the new Congress.

    You can see that Levin is onboard with that “bi-partisan” song & dance… :lol_wp:

  2. LC 0311 crunchie Comment by LC 0311 crunchie UNITED STATES

    I bet this asshole pissed on Chesty Pullers grave to celebrate the Corps’ Birthday Friday. He’s a disgrace to MY uniform and I feel ashamed that he wore the Eagle Globe and Anchor.

    You think the piece of amphibian shit would have learned from his “war” what happens when we break faith with the troops.

    Asshole. :furious_tb:

  3. Unregistered Trackback by Stop The ACLU

    Democrats Plan Cut And Run For Iraq…

    cartoon by Cagle
    It shouldn’t come as much surprise to anyone. The Democrats seem to think this is what the American people voted them in for. This is the cowardly new direction America is headed for. The New York Times is excited, and whi…

  4. Unregistered Trackback by Stop The ACLU

    Pelosi Endorses Murtha for Majority Leader…

    Heres even more fuel for America’s “new direction” of “cut and run”.
    “Your strong voice for national security, the war on terror and Iraq provides genuine leadership for our party, and I count on you to continue to le…

  5. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil UNITED STATES

    Every. Single. Bit.

    But, er, what do we do with the other 23 months, 29 days, 23 hours and 50 minutes?

  6. maxxdog Comment by maxxdog UNITED STATES

    We fight!

  7. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Maxx says: “We fight!“…

    Well Maxx now the question is who? The terrorist towel heads or in the eyes of the New York Times, the “new & improved Congress“?

    Edward Hale, while chaplain of the U.S. Senate, was asked, “Do you pray for the senators?”

    He quickly replied, “No. After getting to know the senators, I pray for the people.”

  8. cmblake6 Comment by cmblake6 UNITED STATES

    Oh yeah, we’ll show them all the kindness and compassion they’ve shown us. Absolutely. Keep your eyes and ears WIDE open. What odds would you put on them trying to shut us up before the next election, and sooner than later? Refer to “National Ammo Week/Day” thread.

  9. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952 UNITED STATES

    Wonderful…after he helps get our guys killed in Somalia…just a has been old man seeking what notariety he can while he can. Not that I wish him any harm, but I would cheer a coronary…….

  10. jaybear Comment by jaybear UNITED STATES

    Hey!!

    All of you that sat out this last election!….you know, the one that gave the dhimmirats the majority by less than 50,000 votes!!!

    well..you made your statement. From now on, any Soldier..Marine..Sailor..Airman..Coastie..SpecOp..Firefighter..Cop.. or Ordinary Citizen that gets killed in the new cut and run approach to fighting islamic terrorism…

    That death will be a direct result of your “making a statement”, I hope you’re proud of yourself.

  11. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    I wonder what Murtha and the rest of the retarded circus freaks would make of the following?

    Outrage at London sting by US spies

    Undercover American agents are staging secret ’sting’ operations in Britain against criminal and terrorist suspects they want to extradite to the US.

    • Comment: Beware: George Bush’s secret agents can now arrrest us in our own country

    In a recent operation, agents from America’s Department of Homeland Security set up a suspect by posing as dealers wanting to illegally sell night-vision goggles for export to Iran.

    The spies arranged a series of clandestine meetings in London hotels, which they secretly filmed as evidence. It is thought to be the first time American agents have been caught using such sting tactics in Britain.

    Urgent questions were being asked about whether the British Government had been aware of the operation. If so, it raises issues of the State collaborating with foreign agencies to entrap suspects - and if not it raises the spectre of American spies working unchecked on British soil.

    Human rights campaigners demanded an explanation from Home Secretary John Reid and Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett.

  12. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952 UNITED STATES

    They will just go slither back under their rocks, Jaybear…after all, such a gratifying tantrum for them. I find it disgusting, but then again, I find petulant behavior disgusting. As for these people………..see Decisions, Decisions…….I make it a point of buying one extra box of ammo, usually forty-five, sometimes forty-four mag for the ‘94 Marlin. I’ve been told excellent out to three hundred yards or so, still packs a wallop. Loved your gun, by the way. The only thing I really don’t have is a high powered, long range rifle….but I am thinking about the M1A or some such. Especially now…………

  13. jaybear Comment by jaybear UNITED STATES

    Caveman sez:

    Loved your gun, by the way

    Yeah that little Winchester Ranger is a joy to shoot.

    Cave, my problem is that this war was so played to have a political impact..both by the media and the dhimmis…I just wonder how many casualties we took as a result of that. Now CNN has played nothing but good news and profiles of the military heroes over there, and it’s about time…I love seeing it, but you and I know why they waited so long to do that.

    I’ll quote one of our resident Devil Dogs here:

    I bet this asshole pissed on Chesty Pullers grave to celebrate the Corps’ Birthday Friday

    Wouldn’t surprise me Crunchie, he’s already pissed on the current members of the Corps on national TV.

    John Basilone he ain’t…..

  14. LC 0311 crunchie Comment by LC 0311 crunchie UNITED STATES

    Jaybear

    Wouldn’t surprise me Crunchie, he’s already pissed on the current members of the Corps on national TV.

    John Basilone he ain’t…..

    He ain’t even Gomer fuckin Pyle, in fact he ain’t worthy to lick Pyles fucking dingleberries outa his ass, and brush his teeth with his dick cheese.

    Other than that I’m pretty ambivalent towards the pestilent piece of Sea Gull jism.

  15. MCPO Airdale Comment by MCPO Airdale UNITED STATES

    So much for “governing from the center”. Unless, of course, you consider Castro and Bin Laden “the center.”

  16. Ewald the Black Comment by Ewald the Black UNITED STATES

    The insane, doddering, syphilitic old poster boy for euthanasia whose “solution” to the war is to “redeploy over the horizon to, well, Okinawa”

    I always he thought he was a little senile. He still thinks we’re bombing the hell out of the Japs, poor doddering fool.

  17. LC 0311 crunchie Comment by LC 0311 crunchie UNITED STATES

    You know, Murthafucker is right, but why stop at Okinawa. That’s still to far forward, to close to Indonesia and the peace loving Muslims there. Don’t want to offend them, and our troops would be to inviting a target. And there’s way to manyt civilians for them to murder in cold blood.

    I know, “redeploy” back to Guam. Oh wait, we own that as a result of our Imperialist war against the peaceful Spaniards who wanted nothing more that to oppress the Cubans in peace. Guam’s to politically incorrect (we flew B-52 raids from there against the peaceful people of North Viet Nam after all).

    Wake Island maybe? Nope to many sea gulls. Can’t upset the environment.

    Well theres still Hawaii. We “redeploy” there and hold the line there. No one would dare attack us there. And since we all know the terrorists don’t have a navy and therefore pose no risk to Americas shores, Hawaii is perfect. We fight the war in Hawaii, for awhile anyway until we get a boo boo. Then we will have to consider another “tactical redeployment”.

    Yup, sounds good to me.

    Stupid motherfucker :furious_tb: :furious_tb:

  18. Unregistered Comment by nerbygirl UNITED STATES

    Misah:
    I just read some of the previous comments.
    I just want to ask you, “are you suprised”?

    Misha, I blame part of this loss on YOU for not standing absolutely strong with the Republicans. You can call them Rinos, because they don’t agree with EVERYTHING that you stand for, but the fact is that the Leftists/Commies are now in charge

    A few days ago, I was thinking that their power would make no difference because of the President’s power of veto.
    I’m now having secong thoughts. Is this America-hating-Military-hating asshole named Murtha, actually going to be put in a position of POWER????

    It certainly looks like it. Good Job, Conservatives!!!! You didn’t like your President’s decisions, so you didn’t vote for him!! Good job!!!
    Feel proud when the Dems make decisions about the future Supreme Court.
    No, really, Good Job!!!!!

    My dog Molly occasionally pees on the carpet , but I don’t throw her out.
    But you conservatives handily threw out the Republicans because you just didn’t agree with EVERYTHING they stood for. How “Hollywood” of you.
    Are your wives next?

  19. Unregistered Comment by nerbygirl UNITED STATES

    PS
    I was at the WTC site on Wednesday, and visited the “hole”, that was once a majestic buiding full of people just going to work.
    I suggest that every one of you who make comments on this blog take a trip to NYC to see it. The temporary museum that I visited should wake you up.
    When you see all of the photos of the victims staring at you, your perspective of this election changes.

    How soon we have forgotten.
    I have more respect for the REAL soldiers who are fighting against terrorism in Iraq than I do for that loser, Murtha. That guy is an embarrassment to our fighting men and women.
    Fuck you, Murtha. I wish he’d caught a bullet in Vietnam, but I don’t think that he was close enough to combat. He was too busy whining about the conditions of war.
    Can you tell that I’m angry?

  20. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I UNITED STATES

    Misha, I blame part of this loss on YOU for not standing absolutely strong with the Republicans. You can call them Rinos, because they don’t agree with EVERYTHING that you stand for, but the fact is that the Leftists/Commies are now in charge

    Hey now, that’s not fair.

    I have absolutely no love for the RINOs, but I held my nose like a good little boy and did what needed to be done, so please don’t rub that one off on me.

    Not to mention that I backed the bastards in spite of the fact that they hardly stand for ANYTHING that might be mistaken for conservatism anymore. I’m telling you, I had to hold my nose with BOTH hands.

    But I did it.

    Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough. They’d managed to piss off enough conservatives with their socialism-lite ways, but I had nothing to do with it.

  21. Unregistered Comment by nerbygirl UNITED STATES

    Misha:
    Just the fact that you say that you had to “hold my nose” says it all.
    What was the alternative? Pelosi in charge? And every other committe position led by an extreme leftist/ Good job, good job…Oh, I’m certain that it will make NO differnce in the next two years.

    One of the soldiers that I correspond with is coming home today. He said that the media is so negative over there that some of the soldiers are losing faith in their own mission. I believe that , “if you repeat a lie enough, it becomes the truth”.

    I was hoping that this election “shake-up” was a blessing, but now I believe it is a curse. Murtha is actually going to be given a position of power?
    Just kill me now.
    Didn’t you just post(a few days ago)that a person in Iraq was afraid of the outcome of the American elections?
    It reminded me of the fear that my friend Bill felt after he had lost TEN of his friends on 911. I had lunch with him last Tuesday. He looks like an old man.
    He’s afraid that we’ve already forgotten.

    How the hell could we elect a house and senate who have forgotten such recent events?
    It makes me sick to my stomach.

  22. Bill H Comment by Bill H UNITED STATES

    Nerbygirl- I can see where you’re coming from, and I sure as hell don’t blame you. Truth is though that most everyone here- I know full well I did- voted Republican, or rather, conservative. Unfortunately, vote totals in San Diego- a fairly conservative area- simply are not enough to cancel out vote totals in Los Angeles and San Francisco, both areas with larger registration bases and are much more Socialist.

    You are right, I don’t care for Pres. Bush- he is a weenie first class who seemingly doesn’t give a damn about domestic policy. However, he more or less does have a clue when it comes to foreign policy. In any event, I didn’t look at this as a referendum on Bush- I saw this as a battle for good and evil. That’s why when I saw an “R” next to the name, I checked it on that now not-so-disenfranchising Diebold machine. Say- have you noticed there hasn’t been a peep about how unsecure and how easy it is to hack a Diebold machine lately?

  23. Bill H Comment by Bill H UNITED STATES

    Oh, yeah- we voted Ahhnold back in. Woohoo. I would be a bit more enthusiastic if Tom McClintock had been voted Lt Gov. At least some of the more insane props, like 86 & 87 were defeated.

  24. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I UNITED STATES

    Misha:
    Just the fact that you say that you had to “hold my nose” says it all.

    What was I supposed to do? Enjoy it? I did what I could because the alternative was horrid, but I would like to, just once, vote FOR somebody rather than AGAINST their opponents.

    Again: I did what I could, and I, too, am seriously peed off at those that didn’t, but what more COULD I do?

  25. mithglin Comment by mithglin UNITED STATES

    nerby girl,
    Why don’t you cut Misha the same slack you cut your dog? You sound like a Democrat pointing fingers and placing blame. Misha didn’t cast my vote for me, and everyone out there had their chance to make their decision. Is it Misha’s fault that some people are sheep, or just so lazy that they are willing to stay home in spite of what’s at stake? America is full of spoiled rotton children. Maybe a few years of personal hardship might wake us up enough to actually do something about our government. I’m just sorry that my kids have to suffer through this with them. People like Misha keep me going.

    BTW no brownie points for the Ground Zero remark. I was at the WTC on Oct 2001 watching the fires burn thinking about the death of my husband. I’m sorry about you and your friends loss. I completly understand what is at stake, as do you. The problem is that the majority of Americans don’t. It isn’t personal to them yet and they won’t face up to thier fears until it is.

  26. Unregistered Trackback by Iowa Voice UNITED STATES

    Pelosi Backs Murtha For House Majority Leader…

    Can you honestly say you’re surprised? I’m not:

    Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), in line to become Speaker in January, is throwing her support to Rep. John Murtha (D-Pa.) in the race for Majority Leader, a move that will be an early test of her infl…

  27. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Just the fact that you say that you had to “hold my nose” says it all.
    What was the alternative? Pelosi in charge? And every other committe position led by an extreme leftist/ Good job, good job…Oh, I’m certain that it will make NO differnce in the next two years.

    Well it was hardly the fault of Misha and other like minded conservatives…

    What we all saw on Tuesday was the morphing of, “manifest destiny” into “manifest STUPIDITY“…

    In part it was due to the seemingly inane but politically correct way Bush attempted to fight this war on terror…

    I still think the largest part was due to the inability of the voters in general to want to find out the facts, the real facts and not what was foisted off as facts by the MSM…

    A seriously lack of critical thinking has been polluting the atmosphere for quite some time now…

  28. Unregistered Comment by Clarion

    Frankly, Misha, and this is going to sound really damn weird, but I hope she keeps it up. I hope the Democrats of this Congress spend all their time investigating the administration, playing footsie with terrorists, and generally being the bunch of useless idiots we all know them to be.

    I’m not afraid of this Congress. Two years isn’t that long, and we still have checks and balances. If Lugosi keeps on the way she’s going, the Democrats’ chances of the White House is 2008 will be slim to none, because the result will be business as usual on the Hill, nothing will get done, and the voters will get really damned irritated by all the bullshit coming out of the Beltway mire.

    Also, and this is going to sound terrible, but I think it’s true — another attack on American soil has to happen at this point. It has to. That is the only way that you will get the attention of the blind, shortsighted sheep we call voters right now. They want to go back to their fat, dumb, and happy lives and shut the rest of the world off, and as really sad and dumb as it is, more people are going to have to die to get these worthless fucks to sit up and pay attention.

  29. Unregistered Comment by Ranger

    mithglin wrote: “America is full of spoiled rotton children. Maybe a few years of personal hardship might wake us up enough to actually do something about our government …

    … The problem is that the majority of Americans don’t. It isn’t personal to them yet and they won’t face up to their fears until it is.”

    Yep, you hit the nail on the head. The United States and the world is not willing to do what it takes to win this war.
    —————————————————
    When will we ever learn?

    “This morning, as for some days past, it seems exceedingly probable that this Administration will not be re-elected. Then it will be my duty to so co-operate with the President-elect, as to save the Union between the election and the inauguration; as he will have secured his election on such ground that he can not possibly save it afterwards.”
    Abraham Lincoln memorandum to his cabinet in August 1864

    The presidential candidates offered the soldiers two distinct choices. A victory for the current Lincoln administration (Republican) would mean the continuation of the war. A victory for General McClellan (Democrat), offered the hope for immediate cessation of hostilies and the possibility of permanent disunion.

    It might seem that the soldiers would rather vote to end the war so that they could return home. But a vote for McClellan would invalidate all of the sacrifices that they and their comrades had made. As one soldier put it, “I can not vote for one thing and fight for another.” Another wrote saying, “I do not see how any soldier can vote for such a man, nominated on a platform which acknowledges that we are whipped.”
    An article from the National Park Service

    The Confederacy knew it could not go head-to-head with the vast manpower and resources of the North, so its policy was to turn the northern public against the war, cause the defeat of Lincoln in the November election, and bring in a new administration that would sue for peace rather than continue the war.

    Tactic sound familiar?

    Had Sherman not succeeded in taking Atlanta and Sheridan was not able to defeat Jubal Early in the Shenadoah Valley, Lincoln in all likelihood would have lost the election and the United States as we know it would seize to exist in its present form.

    Even back then the Democrats failed to see the big picture.

    It seems that history truly is doomed to repeat itself. Our biggest enemy is not Islamic militants, but ourselves. I wonder what history will say of us in 100 years?

  30. franksalterego Comment by franksalterego UNITED STATES

    That death will be a direct result of your “making a statement”, I hope you’re proud of yourself.

    Ditto THAT.

  31. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I UNITED STATES

    Thanks for the assist.

    Now, everybody, and realizing that I’m as guilty as anyone here and will probably break my own rule several times out of sheer frustration in the future, could we please stop sounding like liberals in our denunciations of “stoopid voters” because we didn’t get the result we wanted?

    Yes, there are undoubtedly many genuinely stoopid voters out there, nobody sane would argue that point, but let’s keep in mind that the majority of people don’t spend as much time as the rest of us digging through news sources to get the real dope, for the very simple reason that they don’t have the time, not because they’re dumb.

    So they’re left (in more ways than one) with the MSM and their relentless pro-surrender, Marxist propaganda as a basis for making their decisions.

    Also, no matter how much the liberals are worse than even the RINOs, nobody’s arguing that either, the fact remains that the REAL responsibility for voter desertion in the GOP is the GOP itself.

    If we don’t remain mindful of that, if we allow the RINOs to sweep that inconvenient truth under the rug in order for them to hold on to their privileges and corruption, then we’ll have another slap in the face in 2008.

    The problem is in Washington, NOT out here among We, The People.

    If Republicans had been conservatives, if they’d been about more than “we’re not Lugosi”, then we wouldn’t HAVE this situation, as polls and results clearly show.

    So let’s keep the responsibility where it belongs, shall we?

    Thatisall.

  32. shamalama Comment by shamalama

    Murtha has a distinguished record of advocating surrender. He made his first tentative moves as a leader in the Tactics of Defeat when (by his own admission) he recommended to President Ronald Reagan that he withdraw from Lebanon following the terrorist bombing of the Marine base on October 23, 1983. In spite of the fact that the mission in Lebanon was largely succeeding, pressure from Congress and “courageous” veterans like Jack Murtha, finally convinced President Reagan to “change course” by pulling the marines out of Lebanon.

    Murtha solidified his credentials as the King of Surrender when (again by his own admission) he became instrumental in President Clinton’s decision to “change course” in Somalia. You remember Somalia, don’t you? Operation Restore Hope, initiated by President Bush (41), sent 25.000 troops to Somalia to help provide humanitarian relief to the people. The mission was largely successful and is credited with having saved the lives of half a million Somalis and reducing the ongoing civil war to a small series of skirmishes. Under President Clinton, with the advice of Defense Secretary Les Aspin and U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Madeleine Albright, the largely U.S. mission in Somalia was turned over to the U.N. Thereafter, incompetence became the word of the day, eventually culminating in the “Black Hawk Down” incident in October of 1993. President Clinton, heeding the gravely mistaken advice of the Mighty Jack Murtha to, in the words of Monty Python, “Run away! Run away,” began to withdraw the troops from Somalia. His “uncanny comprehension” of military strategy led him to make this recommendation, thereby leaving the way clear for Al Qaeda to begin consolidation operations. Murtha’s recommendation could, therefore, be called one of the most critical factors in the 9/11 attacks. Thanks, Jack, you’re a real hero.

    Is this really the guy you want telling us how to win the war in Iraq? Murtha has no plan. He has no idea how to conduct a war. He has nothing to offer but fear and failure - and that’s why Pelosi wants him as House Majority Leader.

    Lebanon. Somalia. And now Iraq. Truly Murtha is the King of Surrender.

    John Murtha

  33. Unregistered Comment by Ranger

    The problem is in Washington, NOT out here among We, The People.

    If Republicans had been conservatives, if they’d been about more than “we’re not Lugosi”, then we wouldn’t HAVE this situation, as polls and results clearly show.

    So let’s keep the responsibility where it belongs, shall we?

    Hmmm? I agree partly in that the RINOs primarily lost this fight by losing touch with its base, but I also feel that there has to be accountability with the people as well as with the politicians.

    It kind of reminds me of the “we didn’t know” excuse many German civilians used when the Allies forcibly exposed them to the death camps near where they lived. Sooner or later, people will and must be held accountable for what they do or fail to do. If, we as a nation choose to remain ignorant or ambivalent to issues that affect each one of us, then ultimately we don’t get the government we need, but rather the government we deserve.

  34. LC Ranger 6 Comment by LC Ranger 6 UNITED STATES

    Murthafucker is the special kind of moonbat that can easlily rewrite history in his own mind. Like a fellow I was recently “discussing” the Iraq war with here in The Great Northwest Moonbat Breeding Grounds™. This guy is an engineer, supposedly highly educated and in our discussion I said that if we pull out of Iraq now it will turn out like Veitnam. He said with an absolutely straight face: “Nothing bad happened when we pulled out of Veitnam.” I was rendered speechless for several seconds and then I calmly told him that he was too stupid to be sharing my air and turned my back on him.

    Murthafucker would no doubt have the same opinion.

  35. Unregistered Comment by Ranger

    He said with an absolutely straight face: “Nothing bad happened when we pulled out of Veitnam.”

    Sigh …

    How many jet liners, buildings and people need to perish before these knuckleheads get it? What’s it going to take? A dirty bomb over Starbucks or San Francisco?

  36. LC Ranger 6 Comment by LC Ranger 6 UNITED STATES

    Sigh …

    How many jet liners, buildings and people need to perish before these knuckleheads get it? What’s it going to take? A dirty bomb over Starbucks or San Francisco?

    And no, I’m NOT talking to myself.

  37. franksalterego Comment by franksalterego UNITED STATES

    Misha says:

    So let’s keep the responsibility where it belongs, shall we?

    Sorry…

    I, for one, am not ABOUT to let Republican voters off the hook, for abdicating their duty and responsibility.

    Iraq is at Critical Mass, and Democrats are about to light the fuse.

  38. Unregistered Comment by Crapburner

    I see bipastisanship is over already….MurthaClown is going to really rock the boat for are armed forces….pretty good for an ex-Abscam croupier….

    Off Topic…have any of you been getting zapped by Charles over at LGF…he seems to have done a housecleaning of old regulars there? Does not bother me but would be nice to know.

  39. Unregistered Trackback by Wake up America UNITED STATES

    Pelosi Lies About Murtha…

    Murtha on Homeland Security:Voted NO on federalizing rules for driver licenses to hinder terrorists. (Feb 2005)
    Voted NO on adopting the recommendations of the 9/11 Commission. (Oct 2004)Voted NO on military border patrols to battle drugs & terroris…..

  40. Unregistered Trackback by Blue Star Chronicles UNITED STATES

    Pelosi Backs Murtha for Majority Leader…

    The future Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, is endorsing The Saboteur John Murtha for House Majority Leader.
    As a Republic (not a democracy) we have the privilege to vote for and elect our representative government. Unlike some previous elections, t…

  41. Yochanon Comment by Yochanon

    This is how it really is here.

  42. maxxdog Comment by maxxdog UNITED STATES

    I think it was mostly the 20% in the middle who gave the Dems the votes they needed. Yeah, the assholes that stayed home instead of voting contributed as well but there were pretty high turnouts at the polls.
    Repubs were in the majority but never acted like it. They spent money like it was someone elses and didn’t stick with what got them there. W has shown no balls in domestic policy and only used the veto once. He should’ve sent the transpo bill back to Congress and told them to trim it. He should’ve cut some of the entitlement bs that made up 3/4 of the spending increases in the budget since 2000. He should’ve communicated with the people better and stood up to the bullshit the Dems threw at him on a daily basis. The New York Slime should’ve been brought before a court for their leaking of classified info. And yes, the people should’ve dug a little deeper for the truth.
    Shoulda, coulda, woulda!
    And from now on I’m gonna blame Misha for everything that doesn’t go the way I want it too instead of looking at reality. It almost seems as if some young lady is suffering the effects of methane poisoning!

  43. Unregistered Comment by Azygos UNITED STATES

    Careful Maxx so far Nerby has been polite and I believe she has family in the Military? Lets not resort to shooting our own.

  44. maxxdog Comment by maxxdog UNITED STATES

    Az, Most of us have been in the military. It’s not an excuse for screaming and jumping and sounding like a fool. I understand the frustration and worry but those emotions need to be channeled into something constructive. Her comments reminded me of my 16 yr old daughters rants when she doesn’t get her way. It wasn’t the first time either and it hasn’t always been “nice”.
    If it pisses her off she can shoot back but I hope she goes back and reads that drivel she posted. Besides, that was a gentle tap, not a shot.

  45. LC 0311 crunchie Comment by LC 0311 crunchie UNITED STATES

    I’ve seen quite a bit of friendly fire lately guys. We gave ourselves one day, Wednesday, to mope and be pissed. Time to get back to work now.

    I.E.

    I understand the frustration and worry but those emotions need to be channeled into something constructive.

    What Maxx said.

  46. Unregistered Comment by nerbygirl UNITED STATES

    mithglin:
    It’s been more than 24 hours since I’ve paid attention to this blog, but I have to take offense to what you said.
    I wasn’t looking for “Brownie Marks” for visiting the site of the World Trade Center. I just felt that it was my duty to see it, and I feel that EVERY American should see what was done to our fellow citizens. I’ve thought about this attack many, many days, and if that is offends you, I am sorry. Did you lose your husband on 9/11? You weren’t specific about that.
    If he died there, I am tragically sorry for your loss, and I wish all the best for your family.
    The fact that we have elected a congress and Senate who want to forget about our enemies is very disturbing to me. Isn’t that disturbing to YOU??
    By the way, I never knew that I could get Brownie Marks for talking about visiting a gravesite. I didn’t know that my sincere sorrow for fellow Americans was a competition. Maybe you can set me straight on that one.
    How sad that I actually came from Minnesota to visit the site, and you decided to “diss” me for doing so. I guess you got there faster, so you win the prize for being more….. caring?
    The sad thing is that I was virtually the ONLY visitor to the museum that day. 11/08/06
    Coincidence?
    No, I think it speaks to the apathy of ALL Americans.
    I guess you beat me to the visit punch, but I’m thinking long term, baby, and it doesn’t look good for out future.

  47. mithglin Comment by mithglin UNITED STATES

    It’s been more than 24 hours since I’ve paid attention to this blog, but I have to take offense to what you said.
    I wasn’t looking for “Brownie Marks” for visiting the site of the World Trade Center. I just felt that it was my duty to see it, and I feel that EVERY American should see what was done to our fellow citizens. I’ve thought about this attack many, many days, and if that is offends you, I am sorry. Did you lose your husband on 9/11? You weren’t specific about that.

    http://www.nicedoggie.net/2006/?p=1377

    http://bellechats.com/index.php/queen/comments/nicholas_bogdan/

    So, just what did you accomplish with your visit? Did it motivate you to go and make a difference? Support your local canidate? Start a blog like this one and try to educate people to the rightness of your voting practices.

    The point I was trying to make is that the people voted and we have to deal with it. Blaming Misha or anyone else is a cop out. As far as I could tell EVERY American (unless they were under a rock) saw what was done to our country on 9-11-01 and every year after that. It’s not lack of knowlege, it’s lack of experience. I have two kids. I am doing the best I can to raise them right. I find that when I tell them right from wrong it doesn’t work very well. When I make it personal with a consequense they tend to straighten out fairly quickly.

    I disturbs me when people exploit the circumstances of their lives in order to give weight to their opinions. Your opinion is valid based on the facts you base them on. My opinions are not any more right because I’m a 9-11 widow. I have my flaws and I make mistakes. I truly apologize for offending you. I sincerly thank you for honoring all of the victims with your visit. It takes strength to face up to reality and you are one of the few who could do so, however most Americans are not that strong. Visiting the site does little to change the circumstance we find ourselves in. Use the feelings that you came away with to improve our country and you will have truly honored those who have lost their lives

    Dorothy Bogdan

  48. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Caveman (# 9) says: “Wonderful…after he helps get our guys killed in Somalia…“…

    I’m assuming you mean Murtha… It made me wonder also just what part Gen. Wesley Clark who was the NATO chief at the time of Clinton NOT supporting the troops in Mogadishu played in undercutting the support… Any ideas?

    BTW speaking of Murtha, there is this from NewsMax: Crew: Murtha ‘Most Corrupt’

    C.R.E.W.?!?! Hosing one of their own?!?!?

    From Sweetness & Light: FBI Says Soros’ CREW Sat On Foley Emails Since April

    The Hill has an editorial titled, “Who is CREW? that’s worth a glance also…

  49. lc ima mommy, Imperial Handmaid Comment by lc ima mommy, Imperial Handmaid UNITED STATES

    Dorothy, I’m so sorry for what you went through on that day…and every day since. Your family is in my prayers.
    CJ

  50. mithglin Comment by mithglin UNITED STATES

    Thanks for your thoughts and prayers ima mommy. It’s people like you and the folks here that give me hope, and keep me going.

  51. Unregistered Comment by peterobinson UNITED STATES

    nerbygirl -

    This has been “bothering” me for a couple of days now….

    My dog Molly occasionally pees on the carpet , but I don’t throw her out….
    Are your wives next?

    Just how many times will Molly get to pee on your carpet before you do “throw her out” and just how does this apply to one’s wife? (always supposing that she’s peeing on the carpet) (perchance some “reasonable” multiple of the number of pisses/”passes” that Molly may get?)

  52. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I UNITED STATES

    Alright, alright, alright…

    Listen, I understand the frustration and anger, I’m plenty pissed off myself, so I understand that emotions run high.

    But we all need to calm down and focus again now. What happened, happened, and it’s time to focus on how to deal with it. We can’t change the past, but we CAN work for the future.

    So what say y’all? Do we keep venting at each other, or do we direct our energy in the general direction of the REAL culprits in Washington?

  53. Unregistered Comment by Mark6591 UNITED STATES

    #12 Caveman, I don’t know what “excellent” is at 300 yds. You are shooting a pistol cartridge, but it sounds like fun.

    If you are looking for a long range rifle, my suggestion is one of the fiberglass stocked Remington 700 bolt guns. They offer a VSF model with a decent stock and a “varmint” barrel. They may offer a “tactical” model in .308 also (their webpage was slow as hell). These items are always available used and in good condition through GunsAmerica.com, etc. Commercial match ammo is available, so you do not have to buy a bunch of reloading toys. Decent optics are going to cost as much as the rifle.

  54. Unregistered Comment by Mark6591 UNITED STATES

    Bah! Emperors always take the heat. Shooting the wounded is not going to brighten anyone’s future. Actually, the near future looks like shit. I have confidence in America to pick up the pieces and go on, but the price we will pay when that day comes will be horrible. I ran across this quote from General Tommy Franks in a link from one of Wretchard’s posts at Belmont Club:

    http://www.nationalinterest.org/Article.aspx?id=12988

    Here’s my thesis: I believe that over the course of two decades America indicated to the world and terrorist groups that we will take no national action when we are attacked in this country. Over those twenty years the terrorists became emboldened. They began to think big and they came up with 9/11, and we see the results of that. Does that mean that I blame specific people, specifically the previous presidents of the United States, Bill Clinton and so forth, for having done something wrong over the previous two decades? No, it does not. Rather, I blame the electorate in this country. I blame myself and those just like me. You know, we live in a blessed nation where at any point in time we have precisely the government we deserve. America became more interested in the baseball tickets, the new automobile and the accumulation of wealth, and less interested in the signals that were passed over the last couple decades about this thing that we now identify everyday in our media as terror.

    I don’t know what the future holds, but I’m pretty sure of what we’re looking at now.

    Did anyone miss the part about, “at any point in time we have precisely the government we deserve”? There is blame enough to go around, but is it constructive? Will it save innocent lives? Our struggle is a marathon, not a sprint. Having drained my well of eloquence, I can only suggest that we all pull together as Americans and prevail.