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Oh, that widdle wascal Tom Harkin (D-Von Munchhausen) is already on the Smelly Harry bandwagon, lambasting that naughty Rush Limbaugh for mocking phony soldiers, saying that “maybe he [Rush - Emp.M.] was just high on his drugs again. I don’t know whether he was or not. If so, he ought to let us know. But that shouldn’t be an excuse.”

So tell us, Tommy, were you “high on your drugs again” when you were bragging about being an F-4/F-8 combat pilot in ‘Nam, er, flying combat sorties over Cuba, er, being a ferry pilot in Japan, flying clunkers from Atsugi to the P.I.?

Not that it would be an excuse, as you already pointed out, but we believe that the public needs to know.

Oh well, at least you weren’t on Sooper Sekrit hat-collecting missions to Cambodia in the Christmas of ‘68.

We TOLD you this was going to be funnier than a pack of rabid, AK-47 armed ferrets in a Berkeley U sorority house.


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Talk about taking a knife to a gunfight. No, talk about taking a plastic spork to a fight against an entrenched Marine Corps Division WITH air and artillery support.

Dramatically escalating the Dems’ confrontation with Rush Limbaugh over his “phony soldiers” comment, Harry Reid just laced sharply into the talk show host in an extended attack on the Senate floor, hammering Rush’s comments as “unpatriotic” and demanding he apologize to the troops.

He then had to take a break while he tried to pick his lips back up off the floor. Really, that’s HARRY REID calling somebody “unpatriotic” and demanding that he “apologize to the troops.”


That’s like Adolf Hitler criticizing Mother Theresa for “intolerance.” Like Bill Klintoon accusing anybody of being promiscuous. Sweet merciful G-D this is funny!

The “lack of patriotism” smelly Harry is referring to is, in case you don’t know, when Rush called Jesse McBeth, Scott Beauchump et al “phony soldiers”, by the way. Apparently pointing out the obvious is about as unpatriotic as you can get in the liberal alternate universe.

Please, Rush, say it. I dare you. No, I BEG you, say the words: “How DARE you question my patriotism, Mr. Reid?”


And just what, exactly, are you trying to achieve, Harry, you ancient, wrinkled, treasonous, backstabbing, lying jerk? You’re not thinking that the troops are going to suddenly realize what an arch patriot you are and flock to your side? BWAHAHAHAHAHA! SNORT! GUFFAW!

Ouch. My sides are hurting.

P.S.: Forgot to mention that the grandstanding clown also left a letter condemning Rush for the various Senators to sign. Of course, that means that we of the Right Wing Death Beast Blogosphere have no other choice than to run around like chickens, screaming “the sky is falling, the Senate is threatening Rush’s free speech rights!”

Or we could just decide to set ourselves further apart from the nutroots by acting like adults. Yep, we think we’ll do that instead.

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Looks like Jack Murthafucker is getting closer to being buried in a flapping heap of our enraged feathery friends (thanks to Sir Christopher):

A federal judge has ordered Rep. Jack Murtha (D-Pa.) to testify in a defamation case related to the deaths of Iraqi civilians in the town of Haditha in 2005, according to the Associated Press.

Murtha, a former Marine. accused Marines of “cold-blooded murder and war crimes” during the Haditha incident. Frank Wuterich, a Marine sergeant involved in the incident, has sued Murtha for libel and invasion of privacy over his comments.

According to AP, U.S. District Judge Rosemary M. Collyer wants Murtha to explain why he made this statement and any documents he has related to the incident.

Gee, isn’t that fun, you buddy-fucking, grand-standing donkey’s arse? Looks like some judges still take the law seriously and won’t automatically give you DC dorkwads a pass just because you’re, well, DC dorkwads.

From the AP: ‘You’re writing a very wide road for members of Congress to go to their home districts and say anything they choose about private persons and be able to do so without any liability. Are you sure you want to do that?” Collyer said, adding later, ”How far can a congressman go and still be protected?”

Hopefully not as far as acting as judge, jury and executioner, libeling U.S. Marines before they’ve had the benefit of a trial, much less an actual investigation. Either way, it’ll be interesting listening to the unindicted ABSCAM co-conspirator (unindicted only because he didn’t want to take the bribe right away, mind you) trying to defend himself in court.

Of course, the mouthbreathing knuckledragger at Politico doesn’t agree with the ruling. To him, Congresscritters are a breed apart, above the law of the land and should most certainly be allowed to libel and slander to their widdle hearts’ content. After all, how can they possibly do their job if they’re not allowed to walk around calling anybody they want to rapists, murderers, cold-blooded killers or child molesters?

Frankly, I don’t understand this ruling at all, and I wouldn’t be surprised if it is appealed by the Justice Dept. and/or House general counsel’s office on behalf of Murtha. Murtha, who can say some inappropriate things once in a while, was clearly acting in his capacity as a lawmaker when he made the comments and is thus protected by the Speech or Debate Clause from any type of prosecution for official acts.

It used to be that the one of the principles of a civilized nation was that there was one law for all people, but apparently the ignorant clown writing that article doesn’t agree. To him, some animals really are more equal than others and should be treated as such. Immune to prosecution no matter what they do, presumably because they’re so much better than we are, or because they can’t do their jobs if they have to be tied down by the same laws that the rest of us plebes have to follow.

Unless, of course, Mr. Bresnahan thinks that the law as a whole is unfair, in which case I suppose it would be alright for me to accuse him of being a cold-blooded killer, a child molester, a rapist, a bank robber or whatever else I could think of.

Murtha has a right to say what he did under the Speech or Debate Clause, even if he was wrong about what happened. When we start restricting what members and senators can say in the performance of their jobs, then we are really in trouble as a country.

Oh we are, are we? I suppose it would be The End Of The Republic As We Know It™ if a precedent against 535 anointed philosopher kings was established, barring them from committing libel and/or slander without legal consequences?

No, you drooling serf, we would be in trouble if we created a political upper class unbound by the laws that they themselves pass to control the rest of us. If I wanted to live in that kind of a society, I’d move to Tehran.

Maybe you should do that instead since, by your standards, it’s a much better place to be?

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Jesse Hi-Jackson and Al Sharp(as a stick of butter)ton, call your offices!

Oh no he DIN’T! Oh yes he DID!

Silky Pony, the Breck Girl, actually stands before a live studio audience, stating that all young blacks are criminals. White boys, apparently not so much.

That ought to play well with the usual race-baiting suspects.

If they’d pull their fat fingers out of their ears, that is.

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As if we didn’t know already, here’s the real reason behind the biggest push of junk science in the history of mankind (thanks to LC Rob):

WASHINGTON — Dealing with global warming will be painful, says one of the most powerful Democrats in Congress. To back up his claim he is proposing a recipe many people won’t like _ a 50-cent gasoline tax, a carbon tax and scaling back tax breaks for some home owners.

Yep. Holy Mother Gaia is sick, and the only way to cure her is to rob you even blinder. But hey, don’t worry about it. While you’re sitting in the cheap government project apartments that will be all that you can afford with what’s left over from your paycheck, you can find consolation in the fact that you’re saving the planet. Rest assured that the rich and powerful (those would be the worthless 535 swine inhabiting the swamps of the District of Columbia) will be stressing that point as they’re jet-setting all over the globe, having lobster dinners, living in five star hotels and driving 15 limo motorcades on your dime. It’ll make the gruel and porridge go down much easier, we promise!

“I’m trying to have everybody understand that this is going to cost and that it’s going to have a measure of pain that you’re not going to like,” Rep. John Dingell, who is marking his 52nd year in Congress, said Wednesday in an interview with The Associated Press.

At least Rep. Dingleberry has the virtue of honesty to some extent, in that he doesn’t try to sugarcoat the imminent rape of you, the American taxpayer, all in the name of the worst scam in the history of mankind.

Dingell says he hasn’t rule out such a so-called “cap-and-trade” system, either, but that at least for now he wants to float what he believes is a better idea. He will propose for discussion:

_A 50-cent-a-gallon tax on gasoline and jet fuel, phased in over five years, on top of existing taxes.

Don’t worry and agonize over your next car purchase, because you won’t be able to afford driving it. And aren’t those the same Democrats who want to impose Stalinist price controls on the oil companies and their “obscene profits” in order to keep prices down? We may not be the sharpest tack in the box, but somehow we don’t think that adding an additional half a dollar to the price at the pump is going to help much in that department.

_A tax on carbon, at $50 a ton, released from burning coal, petroleum or natural gas.

You think your energy bills are outrageous and highway robbery now? Thanks to the DemCong majority in Congress you ain’t seen nothing yet. And all in the name of imposing a tax on the generation of the most vanishingly insignificant contribution to the grand total of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.

_Phaseout of the interest tax deduction on home mortgages for homes over 3,000 square feet. Owners would keep most of the deduction for homes at the lower end of the scale, but it would be eliminated entirely for homes of 4,200 feet or more.

Of course, what they don’t really want to say out loud is that removing a deduction is exactly the same as a tax increase. Chew on that if you happen to own the humble domicile that you live in. The New And Improved Socialist Government of America™ doesn’t want you peasants to own anything, much less the roof you live under. How are they supposed to keep you under control and in line if that’s the case?

Try to think about your last tax return. Now pull out interest deductions. Wonderful, isn’t it?

He estimates that would affect 10 percent of homeowners. He says “it’s only fair” to tax those who buy large suburban houses and create urban sprawl.

“Divide and conquer.” It’s “only” 10 percent of homeowners, after all and, as Niemuller said: “First they came for the people who owned a home larger than 3,000 square feet, but mine was only 2,900, so I didn’t care.”

Oh, and of course it is only “fair” that people who have worked their asses off their entire lives in order to afford a bigger house should be punished for their “greed.” How DARE they when they, as good little slaves of the Government, ought to have sat on their arses and scraped through in a 1,000 square feet apartment while living off the dole?

But, at least all of those additional blood monies extracted from the already overtaxed population will be used to save us all from the impending doom caused by something that used to be called “weather”, right?

Wrong again:

Some of the revenue would be used to reduce payroll taxes, but most would go elsewhere including for highway construction, mass transit, paying for Social Security and health programs and to help the poor pay energy bills.

Nope. Not a dime. All of the money stolen from you will be used for building highways (for cars that won’t exist anymore) and welfare payments to those who aren’t contributing to the economy. More specifically, to those who then, because their continued living depends on the government’s largess, can be relied upon to always vote for their sugar daddies.

It’s quite simple: Just make sure that the majority of voters are dependent on your welfare handouts and you’ll be guaranteed a majority forever.

But hey, it’s all in the name of Mother Gaia!

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The Senate voted on an amendment expressing their support for GEN Petraeus and condemning sewer-dwelling bottom-feeders (that would be, to those of you who have spent the last decade on Neptune) slandering a highly decorated member of the Armed Forces, and the result of the vote was very… informative.

Please keep in mind that this is the same general who was confirmed unanimously by the same backstabbing lunatics voting against today’s amendment.

Also keep in mind that one of the 25 NAYs belongs to the Hildevermin, the beast from the darkest corners of Hell who wants to be Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces that she obviously has no problem with impugning the honor and integrity of at every turn.

No surprise, really, after all she already called GEN Petraeus a liar to his face, but certainly something that needs to be repeated again and again.

As to the other 24 NAYs?

We’ll remember you as well.

We’ll remember you very well indeed.

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(H/t to the Lady Heather and the Lady Beth)

Let’s just get one thing clear here, and that is that this stinking Rancor turd wouldn’t know a Sith from a Cuisinart.

“You can always tell when the Republicans are getting restless, because the Vice President’s motorcade pulls into the Capitol, and Darth Vader emerges,” Clinton said just now at Town Hall in New York, referring to Cheney’s efforts shore up Republican congressional support for the Iraq war.

Not that we’re in the least bit dismissive of young Padawan Cheney’s promising walk along the Dark Path, shooting a lawyer in the face was quite remarkable for someone so untrained in the Force (and the fact that he was a friend only made it even more impressive), but he is most assuredly not a Sith Lord yet.

We should know.

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So what do you do when your favorite Shamnesty gets shafted by We the People and your plan to import reliable voter cattle/cheap slave labor goes straight out the window?

Easy: You just try to sneak it in the back door, hoping that nobody will notice:

Less than three months after the amnesty bill was defeated, Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin of Illinois…

We’ll pause momentarily to get over the fits of laughter caused by the phrase “Whip Dick Durbin.” Not a bad suggestion, we might add. Of course, if you leave out the last name, you’ll get an entirely different message, no less hilarious, and we’re sure that that’s something that Dick Turban engages in on a regular basis.

OK, moving on…

…wants to revive one of its worst provisions: an amendment to the defense authorization bill that would constitute a massive financial windfall for millions of illegal aliens. The bill would essentially guarantee illegals a college education at much lower in-state rates.

If somebody figures out what cheap college tuition for criminals has to do with defense authorization, we’d like for you to share, because we can’t see a connection there.

Titled the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act, it was included in the immigration “compromise” that died in the Senate in June. It benefits illegals who entered this country before age 16. The bill should be shouted down.

Then beaten, cuffed, gagged and dragged outside and shot. And that goes for the bill as well.

“The illegal alien who applies for this amnesty is immediately rewarded with ‘conditional’ lawful permanent resident (green card) status, which can be converted to a non-conditional green card in short order,” Kris Kobach, a law professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, noted in a Heritage Foundation paper. “The alien can then use his newly acquired status to seek green cards for his parents who brought him in illegally in the first place. In this way, it is a backdoor amnesty for the millions of illegal aliens who brought their children to the United States.”

Brilliant, isn’t it? Amnesty, unlimited chain migration benefits for criminals AND cheap college education (paid for by YOU and YOUR children, you silly taxpayer you), all in one quick stroke of the pen.

But wait, wasn’t that EXACTLY what a vast majority of voters just got done telling Congress that we DON’T want?

Why yes, yes it was, but since when did the self-anointed royalty in the pestilent swamps of DC give a shit what YOU think?

We suggest it’s time for you to get on the horn and remind them. Forcefully. Repeatedly.

Remember: They’re your employees, and you’re in a position to fire their arses if you so please.

Damn thieves, liars and bribe-taking prostitutes. A pox on ALL of them.

Here’s a handy-dandy list of wafflers in DC who still haven’t got the message.

(And yes, it is worth it to call DemCong Senateweasels too. They’re getting nervous and realizing that this whole “full amnesty for serial lawbreakers” isn’t helping their party’s image none, so even if they’re too chicken to come out in the open and oppose it, some of them are likely to pull strings in the background to make it all go away. Besides, what’s the point of only contacting your Rep. or Senator if you already know that they’re going to agree with you?).

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We just read about the Cankled Hildebeest telling GEN Petraeus that believing his testimony requires “a willing suspension of disbelief.”

Now, we know full well that a large proportion of adults today were “educated” by the publik skool sistem and, as a result, have less of a grasp of the English language and the meaning of words than King Tut (and he had an excuse, since the language hadn’t been invented yet), but some of us are still quite capable of translating that artfully disguised slander to its Plain English meaning.

She is, in short, saying that GEN Petraeus is lying, and the fact that he was under oath at the time only makes the slander worse. Actionable, we’d say, if we happened to live in a country with an actual justice system, one that applied equally to politicians. But we don’t.

It doesn’t change the obvious fact that the Hildebeest is a lying, slanderous, filthy bitch who ought to have been taken to the vet ages ago, but we knew that already.

The only comfort lies in the sweet, sweet, miles-thick irony of a Clinton accusing anybody of lying.

Oh, Hildebeest: Those dirty funds you got from Hsu that you’re now sending back, not to return them but to let the donors re-launder them so you can have them back again, not to mention your recent hire of known felon, spy and traitor Sandy (Pants)burglar as a senior national security advisor…

How’s that all working out for you, you malodorous sow?

Thought nobody would notice, did you?

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John Edwards showing the size estimate of his “My Little Dream Pony Testicles.”

Edwards’ Cabinet list includes GOP names

The inhumanity of it all…say it isn’t so, the Democraps’ first metro-sexual candidate couldn’t possibly have even a RINO in his cabinet. Don’t worry citizens of the Empire, I’m sure he’ll clarify this shortly, it was a day-dream he had whilst having his latest coiffure. He dreamt that big, bad Fred was hiding in his closet [not cabinet], right next to the year’s supply of hair-spray, waiting to shout boo !!!!

Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards carries a running list of people he might put in his Cabinet, and it includes “more than one” Republican.

Ron Paul and Olympia Snowe?

“I want to be ready for when I get sworn in,” the former North Carolina senator said between campaigns stops as he dug into a travel bag for the list.

Looking for his little dog, Toto.

“I might have it with me,” Edwards told The Associated Press. “I wouldn’t show it to you, but I could have it with me.”

Show me yours and I’ll show you mine, but I have to run home and get Elizabeth first, her’s is bigger and I still haven’t found mine anyway.

He didn’t hand over the list, nor did he commit to putting Republicans in his Cabinet.

So why in the name of Fidel’s Lice Infested Beard™, does the headline make an affirmative declaration that it does?

“No, because the test for me is not whether they’re Democratic or Republican. The test is how competent they are and whether they’re the best person for the job, and to make a decision about who’s best to choose you have to spend time talking to them,” said the 2004 Democratic vice presidential candidate.

Absolutely, you positively must be sure a potential cabinet member agrees with you on haircare and personal hygiene products. After all, the cabinet meeting restroom can only stock one variety of tampons.

Would he name a Republican vice presidential nominee?

“I don’t think so because my view about Cabinet positions is different than the vice presidency,” Edwards said. “I think the vice president needs to be someone who shares my vision for the country and that’s much more likely, obviously, to be a Democrat.”

Of course not, a republican, any republican would highlight my utter lack of testosterone.

Edwards didn’t go as far as rival Bill Richardson, who has said that as the Democratic nominee he would give voters a preview of his Cabinet before Election Day.

Only because the Village People weren’t available for a photo opportunity.

“It would have independents, Republicans and Democrats. Don’t worry, I won’t overdo the Republicans,” Richardson told a Democratic audience in July.

Richardson? Presidential Cabinet? Bill, you do know that will give you warts and make you go blind, right?

Also on Saturday, Edwards dismissed critics who question his sincerity and point to stories about his pricey hair cut, big home and hedge fund job.

They are such bruuuuthes aren’t they Johnny?

“They’re look for something to criticize about. It’s what comes with running for president. If you’re not ready to be criticized, you shouldn’t run for president,” Edwards said. “I mean, I know who I am. I know I haven’t changed at all. I’m the same person I’ve always been.”

No disagreement there at all. None. You’re still a two-bit malpractice shyster that channels dead babies and panders juries into millions of dollar punitive damages, at the cost of good doctor’s careers. A left-wing socialist, frothing moon-bat that plays every class divisive card in the book without shame, while hiding behind the skirts of your wife’s unfortunate illness for insulation.

Do us all a favor, drop out now, get yourself a nice manicure, pedicure and even some new frilly thongs from the Victoria’s Secret catalog. You’ll feel much better.

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