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I came across this little piece of idiotarian, traitorous drool over at the The Patriot Post in the Friday, May 25 Digest. Trying to fisk through it on top of Publisher Mark Alexander’s take, required a quadruple dose of my blood pressure meds and a pint of anti-emetic.

This preening, whimpering little prick is beyond any chance of redemption. Coming on the heels of arguing that the term “War On Terror” is a mere bumper-sticker slogan, he proceeds to shit on every fallen hero that we celebrate on Memorial Day, with ‘his’ cut and run (from everything) vision.


Edwards Sullies Memorial Day

Here’s a teaser from Alexander’s comment:

At a commencement address at New England College in New Hampshire, Edwards called on people to send care packages and hold prayer vigils with the ultimate aim of demanding an end to the war in Iraq. [Emph Mine]

The Concorde Monitor Bird Cage Liner has more here: Edwards tells grads to help end Iraq war

Just when you think the socialist, peacenik swine of the left have finally hit bottom, yet another one starts digging more.

Memo to Breck Girl: Fuck You, your horse and your dog. You aren’t fit to lick the sweat off the scrotum of the lowliest private in the sandbox.

Shouldn’t you be spending time with your ill wife, instead of pissing on millions of patriot-heroes sleeping in graves around the world?

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And now, courtesy of Hot Air, we bring you yet another update on the Dem Cong Congress that, according to House Commie Lugosi, was to end, once and for all, the unethical “Republican Culture of Corruption.”

Murtha is a 35-year House veteran who leads the House Appropriations subcommittee on military spending. He is known for a fondness for earmarks — carefully targeted spending items placed in appropriations bills to benefit a specific lawmaker or favored constituent group.

Also known as “pork” or “vote-buying schemes”, which really isn’t a surprise since we’re talking about the un-indicted Abscam co-conspirator, Jack Murthafucker.

During a series of House votes Thursday, Murtha walked to the GOP side to confront Rogers, a former FBI agent. This month, Rogers had tried unsuccessfully to strike from an intelligence spending bill an item that would restore $23 million for the National Drug Intelligence Center, a facility in Murtha’s Pennsylvania district.

According to Rogers’ account, which Murtha did not dispute, the Democrat angrily told Rogers he should never seek earmarks of his own because “you’re not going to get any, now or forever.”

“This was clearly designed to try to intimidate me,” Rogers told The Associated Press on Friday. “He said it loud enough for other people to hear.”

House rules prohibit lawmakers from placing conditions on earmarks or targeted tax benefits that are based on another member’s votes.

Silly journalist, rules are for Republicans to follow. The Most Ethical Congress EVER!™ doesn’t have to play by them, and most certainly not Mistress Lugosi’s pet, Jack Murthafucker.

“I wasn’t there” for the confrontation, Pelosi said.

And she apparently can’t read either. Unless it’s written in Arabic by her soulmate, the pencilnecked pigmolester of Damascus, Bandar Assad.

“I do know that the Republicans caused quite a stir that was unjustified on the floor of the House, and I’m sure things were said on both sides.”

“The Evil Rethuglicans STARTED it! Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhh!”

At least the maturity of her “arguments” is every bit as impressive as her ethics and statesmanship.

She added, “I don’t know that there was going to be a resolution. There was rumor that that might be the form it would take, but we’ll deal with it if that’s what comes forward. But I think Mr. Murtha’s reputation for bipartisanship will hold him in good stead.”

That would be the same stellar reputation and belovedness among his peers that made him lose, in a landslide, the vote for majority leader to Steny Hoyer in spite of Mistress Lugosi’s personal endorsement?

Oh yes, he’s positively adored by the House.

Speaking of Dem Cong “ethics”, what’s the update on William “Cold Cash” Jefferson and the $90,000 worth of bribes in his freezer? It’s almost as if that whole story has been buried or something.

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One of the senior heads of the Race-baitin’ & Poverty Pimpin’ Hydra™, Al “Tawana Brawley” Sharptongue, pulls a page out of fellow senior head, Je$$e “Hymietown” Jack$on’$, playbook and disrespects presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s freely-chosen religion and the millions of other Mormons living peacefully among us. (As opposed to the Un-Rev’rund Asshole™ daring to speak out against the Muslim hordes seeking to annihilate the billions of humans who don’t believe in their MoHamHeadian MoonGod™.)

“As for the one Mormon running for office, those who really believe in God will defeat him anyways, so don’t worry about that; that’s a temporary situation,” Sharpton said Monday during a debate with Hitchens at the New York Public Library’s Beaux-Arts headquarters. (Emphasis mine—B.)

Of course, once he realized that his sheep costume had slipped down and exposed his furry ass & fangs, he immediately started backpedaling like a retarded, crack-addled chimp in a high-wire unicycle act.

“What I said was that we would defeat him, meaning as a Republican,” Sharpton said. “A Mormon, by definition, believes in God. They don’t believe in God the way I do, but by definition, they believe in God.”

Uh-huh. Pull the other one, Al.

If you re-read that “clarifying statementcarefully, and take it in conjunction with his earlier idiocy, you’ll realize that the Hydrocephalic Huckster™ disrespected even MORE people’s belief systems by saying “If you’re a Republican, you don’t REALLY believe in God.”

As they say, you festering pile of vulture vomit, when you’ve dug your ass so deep into a hole that you can’t climb out, QUIT DIGGING. (Or in your case, KEEP DIGGING. It just shows your true colors.)


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Listen, it’s no secret that His Majesty is no big fan of Rudy as a Presidential candidate but, on the other hand, we do try to be fair. In Rudy’s case, it’s made a lot easier by his inarguably stellar performance as “America’s Mayor” post-9/11, not to mention the fine job he did of cleaning up NY prior to Black Tuesday. Also, he’s not McCain.

But it’s made quite a bit harder by his constant sticking his own foot in his mouth and his rank hypocrisy on the issue of abortion, even though he still isn’t McCain.

It’s not that he’s pro-abortion (call it “pro-choice” all you like, your Orwellian word games affect us not one little bit), that’s his personal opinion and whereas we disagree with it, it is possible for reasonable people to disagree on an issue and still get along. It’s not like the office of the President has the power to single-handedly settle the issue either way. Also, he’s not McCain.

No, it’s his constant trying to straddle the fence and eating his cake while having it too which, unfortunately for Rudy, is very much like McCain. Either you’re pro-abortion or you’re anti-abortion, Rudy. Pick one. Don’t waste time trying to establish your non-existent anti-abortion bona fides when it’s obvious that you don’t mean it; that you’re just pandering. Just like McCain would do.

You tried weaseling out of your endorsement of federal funding of the abortion mills, and in spite of your “explanation” being, shall we say, less than totally convincing, we really wanted to cut you some slack; maybe you really did mean to say “only in a very few extreme and rare cases” even though it certainly wasn’t what came out of your mouth and, above all, you have emphasized a lot that you believe it should be a States’ Rights Issue, something with which we completely agree. Also, you’re not McCain.

And then this turns up.

You personally donated money, not once, but six times to to Planned Genocide Inc.?

How the fuck is a reasonable person supposed to believe that you “personally abhor abortion” when you repeatedly hand over money to baby-killers, the single most rabidly pro-abortion murder mill in the United States, an organization making a living off of chopping up unborn children and plunging scissors into their skulls?

And don’t give us any “nuance” about donating only to provide “education.” That “argument” is every bit as lame as donating money to Hamas to “support their humanitarian efforts.”

We can’t stand liars and hypocrites, Rudy, even if they’re not McCain.

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Over the last two days, the level of sickening hypocrisy and arrant stupidity of the media has reached depths of nausea that even I did not believe were possible

Chief of these, is a cry to ban all handguns.

This, if done, will leave all the guns in the hands of those who don’t give a rats ass for the laws being clamored for.

We do not have the right to keep and bear arms in Australia

And a criminal brandishes a shotgun in our faces and robs us in broad daylight.

We do not have the right to keep and bear arms in Australia

And we are carjacked at gunpoint.

We do not have the right to keep and bear arms in Australia.

And as a bank employee, we are threatened with a gun as the bank is robbed.Or shot as we cower on the floor.

We do not have the right to keep and bear arms in Australia.

And a woman is shot to death by a maniac, in a real estate agents office.

We do not have the right to keep and bear arms in Australia.

In the future, a lunatic who got his guns from an illegal dealer on the streets stalks through an office, slaughtering anyone he sees. I may be next, as he stands there laughing, and my last wish is that I had had a gun to shoot him instead.

But yes, all bad guns are “bad” and we have lots of gun laws to keep us safe. The government will pass lots more, and ensure we are never allowed to have a gun.

If you have the nerve to defend yourself, expect to wind up in jail when the criminal sues you.

We keep telling ourselves how safe we are, thanks to all of those gun laws…until an armed home invasion gang smashes down the front door.

Don’t let them do this to you.


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This time regarding Gov. Corzine’s recent near-fatal crash:

Data retrieved from the black box in Corzine’s vehicle showed speeds of 91 mph five seconds before impact with the guard rail, and 30 mph when the Chevrolet Suburban crashed into the guard rail.

Police initially said speed was not a factor.

“Traffic was flowing and the speed is not considered to be a contributing circumstance,” State Police Superintendent Col. Rick Fuentes said last Thursday hours after the crash.

Is that so, Mr. Superintendent (who wouldn’t dream about lying to protect his own arse from consequences from the Governor’s office, we’re sure) Fuentes?

You know, that’s truly amazing. Because, you see, according to everything we’ve learned in school the speed of a vehicle does effect the driver’s ability to avoid obstacles. It has something to do with the laws of physics, not to mention the physiological limitations of human beings, such as their reaction times. But obviously the political royalty of this country are exempt from mere laws of nature. They and their drivers have infinitely low reaction times, and the brakes on their vehicles operate wholly independently of the laws of physics.

We trust that the driver won’t be issued a speeding ticket either. After all, how can we expect superior beings unrestrained by the laws of the cosmos to adhere to mere laws of men? And speaking of restraints:

Corzine, who apparently was not wearing a seat belt, sustained a litany of injuries, but doctors Monday said they were pleased with his recovery and planned to lessen his sedation and begin considering whether to take him off the ventilator. [Emphasis ours — Emp. M.]

Not wearing a seat belt either? Isn’t that the law in New Jersey? But we forget ourself again. It certainly is not our place to question our betters like that. Clearly, those laws, the violation of which would most certainly cost an ordinary peon a pretty penny, do not apply to the Anointed Royalty of Politics.

For the record, we’re not an unqualified supporter of speed limits, they seem retardedly low in a lot of cases, and we most certainly are no supporter of the government telling us how we have to strap ourself in when on the road, it’s none of their meddling, puling business, but we DO demand that if we have to follow the rules, the ones making them up have to as well.

It is about time that we quit putting up with this nonsense. We, as Americans, used to have a severely bad reaction to people placing themselves above the law, petty royalty refusing to practice what they preach while punishing people for violating the rules that they, themselves, will not follow, and it’s time that we started remembering that.

And if you’re not quite clear what we mean when we say “severely bad reaction”, look up “King George III”.

One law for all, with no-one above it.

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Once again, Victimhood Inc.™ reacts to someone stripping away the layers of bullshit PC-ism and exposing the ugly truth in typical fashion.

The article comes out of the starting gate, stumbles and falls flat on its face in by-line.

An e-mail implying that illegal immigrants drain tax dollars circulated its way through the Florida Legislature,…

First off, it didn’t “imply” anything. It stated an obvious, well-established fact.

…and discussion quickly turned to the national debate on anti-immigration policy.

That’s “anti-ILLEGAL immigration”, you festering boils on the nutsac of humanity. “Reading comprehension” never has been one of your strong suits, has it?

What part of the following “offensive” e-mail blurb is too difficult for you to understand?

The e-mail, forwarded by Rep. Donald Brown from his state-issued account, had a clip-art cartoon and read: “Reminder: April 15th. Don’t forget to pay your taxes . . . 12 million illegal aliens are depending on you!

Pretty straight up and accurate.
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LC Radical Redneck sent us the link to this article. We’ll be waiting, with bated breath, of course, for Poverty Pimps, Inc.™ to assemble their protesters to demand justice for the victim and offer her a full scholarship to the university of her choice.
(Note: All emphasis ours.—B.)

The Durham Police Department is continuing to investigate allegations that a female Duke student was sexually assaulted at an off-campus party early Sunday.

According to police reports released Monday, the 18-year-old woman reported forcible rape that took place at 3 a.m. at 405 Gattis St., where a party was hosted by some members of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.

The alleged victim “is doing as well as can be expected,” Dean of Students Sue Wasiolek said.

University officials said Monday that they had met with members of the fraternity after the report was filed by the alleged victim, who Wasiolek confirmed is white.

Je$$e? Al? *Crickets playing “Hide The Mambo Snake” with their tax-exempt shakedown money-silenced mistresses*

Where are the calls for Phi Beta Sigma to be shut down?

Some of the students living at the house in which the party took place are in the process of relocating either temporarily or permanently, Wasiolek wrote in an e-mail.

“The University has been assisting the students to identify their housing options,” she said.

As opposed to having a large, Leftist bloc of the faculty write a manifesto condemning every member of the fraternity?

Police officers have spoken with the alleged victim, DPD Chief Steve Chalmers told The Herald-Sun.

“Once they did the preliminary interview, she was taken to the hospital to be examined,” Chalmers said. “We’re going to be following up with her and seeing if she can identify suspects in the case.”


“Why”, you’re probably asking yourself, “has this story not been splashed all over the airwaves & front pages of the *spit* Lamestream Midiots™ *spit*?” That’s a very good question and you should buy yourself a beer (or whatever poison you prefer) for being so prescient in your inquisitorialness.

The alleged victim told police she was raped in the bathroom by a black man in his late teens or early 20s, 6-foot-1 and wearing a black do-rag, gray sweatshirt and jeans, according to a DPD statement released Sunday.

*Crickets from $hakedown & $harptongue, LLC (Loud-mouthed Liblers Corporation), Inc.*

Wasiolek said the alleged attacker has not been identified, adding that there has been speculation that he does not attend Duke.

“The rumor is that it’s a student at another school,” she said.

How convenient for the Duke admins & faculty that this “speculation” just “happened” to pop up so quickly, eh?

Marijuana, cocaine and Oxycontin were found in the house, according to the DPD police report. Neighbors told The Chronicle Sunday that police officers also found a gun in the house, but police have not reported that a gun was present.

Again we ask: Where are the calls for Phi Beta Sigma to be shut down? Where are the scholarship offers to “the alleged victim”?


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…and by “our”, we mean “Mr and Mrs Silky Pony’s and don’t you unwashed plebeians dare profane our elaborate McMansions with your presence!” (Link courtesy of LC & IB Beth and Sir Christopher):

RALEIGH — Elizabeth Edwards says she is scared of the “rabid, rabid Republican” who owns property across the street from her Orange County home — and she doesn’t want her kids going near the gun-toting neighbor.

Edwards, the wife of Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards Silky “Two Americas” Pony, particularly recalls the time neighbor Monty Johnson brought out a gun while chasing workers investigating a right of way near his property.

Anybody farking around on my property, you better believe that I’ll be bringing a Trespasser Attitude Readjustment Tool™ too, just in case.

The Edwards family has yet to meet Johnson in person.

Which, of course, doesn’t in the least keep them from making all manner of aspersions about him and his personality. In their defense, their deplorably poor manners in not introducing themselves to their neighbors (but what do you expect from a Democrat ambulance chaser and his elitist snob of a wife?) could be explained by the fact that their mansion and the beginning of their driveway are in two different time zones.

“I wouldn’t be nice to him, anyway,” Edwards said in an interview.

Belaboring the obvious, are we, Your Highness?

“I don’t want my kids anywhere near some guy who, when he doesn’t like somebody, the first thing he does is pull a gun out. It scares the business out of me.”

We suppose your kids aren’t coming home until your ambulance chasing husband’s career in politics is over, then. Unless his bodyguards are armed with bouquets of fragrant posies, of course.

Edwards views Johnson as a “rabid, rabid Republican” who refuses to clean up his “slummy” property just to spite her family, whose lavish 28,000-square-foot estate is nearby on 102 wooded acres.

Oh dear. How dare this prole refuse to clean up his “slummy” property. Doesn’t he realize that he is in the present of greatness, a family that made their fortune bankrupting insurance companies by fooling jurors (not a hard task, unless you’re the sort of person who would consider confusing somebody with the intellect of a two-year-old “hard”) and, thanks to their bank account, are now so much better than everybody else?

Oh yes, there are two Americas alright, and Silky Pony and his snobby sow of a wife want nothing to do with the other one.

Johnson, who has posted a “Go Rudy Giuliani 2008″ sign…

Rabid, RABID Republican! There just aren’t any candidates more rabidly right-wing than Rudy “Pro-Publicly Funded Abortion, Pro-Gay Marriage, Anti-Second Amendment” Giuliani.

…on a fence just 100 feet from the entrance to the Edwards’ driveway, has criticized Edwards for the scale of their nearby home. The property and home, which includes an indoor basketball court, an indoor handball court and an indoor pool, is valued at $5.3 million.

And they don’t want any of those filthy plebes from the other America anywhere near their little Duchy.

It’s good that we have somebody like Silky Pony and his mare to “stand up for the little guy.”

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Here’s just a quick list of areas/cities that are sweltering under The Gorebecile’s mythical Anthropogenic Global Worming™ on this Easter Sunday, 2007.

The good people of Tennessee are probably gathering up their pitchforks & torches and heading to the Gorethedral of Global Worming™ to kick the fast bastard’s ass back over to EUnuchistan. (That’s AFTER bundling up like Nanook of Nashville™ & scraping the ice off their SUV’s o’ Doom™, of course.)

Perhaps we should just scrap our plans, altogether, for that Ron Jon® Surf Shop in Omaha and plan on opening up an Alpine ski resort in the U.S. Virgin Islands, instead…


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