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Have you received your daily quota of pissed-offedness yet?

If not, read this by LC & IB Texas Rainmaker. It’s OK, we’re not going anywhere, and you need to read it, believe us.

Heartwarming, isn’t it?

An unborn child, its mother and grandmother, all murdered in one fell swoop by one of the wetbacks whose trouser taquitos Jorge Arbusto and the RINO clownshoes can’t wait to fellate.

Oh, and it’s even better than that. It would’ve never happened if Law “Enforcement” had, on one of the slimesack’s THREE PRIOR DUI CONVICTIONS, bothered to actually, you know, enforce the law. He’d have been kicked out of the country as the burglarizing pigshit that he is. Yeah, that’s right. Invading other people’s property is burglary, and he certainly invaded the property of We the People.

But hey, let’s all cry for the poor, honest, hard-working, murdering pissant and give him a path to citizenship.

The family he wiped out? Screw them, right Jorge?

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(Link thanks to Hot Air)

It started with the Hildebeest buying (or attempting to buy, at least) the black vote of SC for $200,000.

Now she’s buying Tom Vilsack’s endorsement for another $400,000.

DES MOINES, Iowa — Former Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack gave Sen. Hillary Clinton his endorsement for her presidential campaign.

The Clinton campaign has promised Vilsack to help pay off a $400,000 campaign debt he built up during his run for the White House.

A representative for Clinton’s campaign said they are not sure how their campaign will do that. They concede that at some point, Clinton will have to contact her supporters.

We can see the mass email and post on her campaign website already:

“We Are Only $25 Away From Buying Vilsack’s Endorsement! Can You Help?”

The campaign said there is no connection between Vilsack’s endorsement and their commitment to help pay off his campaign debt.

Of course there isn’t.

How on Earth can anybody even think that the opinion of somebody as principled as a Democrat politician could be in the least bit swayed by a mere 400 grand?

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…we can only say that we hope that James Dobson of Focus on the Family is badly quoted out of context in this:

Focus on the Family founder James Dobson appeared to throw cold water on a possible presidential bid by former Sen. Fred Thompson while praising former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who is also weighing a presidential run, in a phone interview Tuesday.

“Everyone knows he’s conservative and has come out strongly for the things that the pro-family movement stands for,” Dobson said of Thompson. “[But] I don’t think he’s a Christian; at least that’s my impression,” Dobson added, saying that such an impression would make it difficult for Thompson to connect with the Republican Party’s conservative Christian base and win the GOP nomination.

Not the first part. Mr Dobson is perfectly entitled to his opinion on Fred Thompson’s “Level of Christianitude”, although we’d like to know just how he knows, out of plain curiosity.

No, it’s the second part that we have to throw the bullshit flag on, and that’s coming from us, speaking as a Christian Fundamentalist of at least some standing.

We don’t care if Mr Thompson meets Mr Dobson’s personal criteria for “acceptable Christianity.” As long as he’s not hostile to our faith, i.e. as long as he agrees with a strict interpretation of the First Amendment on the issue (cretins who think, in their bong-addled dreams, that there is such as thing as a “wall of separation” mentioned in the Constitution need not apply. Go learn to read instead, you illiterate, blathering butt-bladders), it is of precious little importance just how much or how little Mr Thompson personally believes. That’s his business, not ours.

Of course, the only reason that the MSM even bother to pay attention to what Mr Dobson, otherwise a non-entity as far as their hedonistic arses are concerned, says is that they’re beginning to get scared that Thompson might run, and they will do anything to pre-emptively torpedo his potential candidacy. His popularity ratings in straw polls speak for themselves.

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holding U.S. troops hostage, demanding a full surrender (link thanks to LC & IB Dan Riehl).

Spring break checklist for Congress: A plane ticket back home, chocolate (or matzo) for the family and a war spending bill for the president.

The last item might need to wait.

Senate Democrats beat back Republican efforts Tuesday to strip a key provision of the $122 billion wartime spending package that sets goals for withdrawing troops from Iraq — a significant turnaround from just two weeks ago, when the GOP defeated a similar withdrawal measure. The Republican amendment was defeated, 50 to 48.

The Senate will take a final vote before the Easter recess Thursday but is not expected to reconcile its version with the House bill until both chambers are in session April 16 — one day after the Pentagon says it must get the emergency funding for troop operations in Iraq and Afghanistan in order to avoid cutbacks.

Clever, aren’t they?

They dump a demand for surrender to al-Qaeda on the President’s desk, then run off to enjoy yet another Congressional, overlong break with their families.

If he signs it, they’ll have won the victory that their allies in al-Qaeda have been demanding of them.

If he vetoes it, as well he should, they’ll claim that it was “his fault” that the troops won’t get any funding.

We’re sure our troops are appreciating the “support” of the Demoshits as their funding dries up.

Oh, and a special thanks to Chuck Schmekel, you worthless, parasitical growth on the nutsack of humanity. I hope and pray that you choke to death on your Easter dinner, clawing at your throat while you gasp in vain for air, turn blue in the face and let your last bowel movement on this Earth go in your pants.

The only regret I’ll be expressing afterwards, you treasonous shit, will be that I wasn’t there to point fingers and laugh.

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At least it truly will be come September 1st (link thanks to LC Mrs M-ITT™):

AUSTIN – Gov. Rick Perry signed into law Tuesday a bill that gives Texans a stronger legal right to defend themselves with deadly force in their homes, cars and workplaces.

Both chambers of the Legislature overwhelmingly approved the measure earlier this month. The bill, backed by the National Rifle Association, states that a person has no duty to retreat from an intruder before using deadly force.

“The right to defend oneself from an imminent act of harm should not only be clearly defined in Texas law, but it is intuitive to human nature. You ought to be able to protect yourself,” Perry said, surrounded by lawmakers who pushed for the law.

This is the first bill-signing this legislative session by the Republican governor. The law takes effect Sept. 1.

Now, before we go outside to do the Happy Nekkid Dance™, allow us to point out the, in our opinion, most important aspect of this new legislation (because, frankly, getting a no-bill in Texas wasn’t exactly all that difficult in the past either, since we have good horse sense values when it comes to defense of life, property and health. This new law just sets the language in stone, thus making it much more difficult for a future DA with a GFW agenda and creative interpretation skills to pervert the system):

The new law will also provide civil immunity for a person who lawfully uses deadly force in any of the circumstances spelled out in the bill. Police and prosecutors can still press charges if they feel deadly force was illegally used, legislative sponsors said.

This is the real zinger in the new law. No longer will surviving goblins and/or their kith and kin be able to destroy law-abiding citizens in civil court after a shooting has been ruled justifiable by the Grand Jury.

It’s either justifiable or it isn’t, end of story.

OK, NOW it’s time to go dance!

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Thanks to LC Jason and the Imperial Firearms Advisor, we bring you some good news out of the Peepul’s Repoplik of Mass-of-two-shits:

TAUNTON, Mass. — A New Bedford homeowner who fatally shot a man he thought had broken into his house has been acquitted by a Bristol Superior Court jury of second-degree murder.

Jurors took just 31/2 hours on Monday to decide that Charles Chieppa, 60, was justified in killing Frank Pereira Jr. in June 2004.

3 1/2 hours? There’d damn well better be a large number of senior citizens on that jury, or there is no way that His Majesty can see justification for an afternoon nap included in their deliberations.

“When you consider his state of mind, when you consider the circumstances, this was a justifiable homicide by a citizen protecting himself,” Reddington said during closing arguments on Monday.

The prosecution, while acknowledging that Pereira was a “thief,” noted that Chieppa kept a loaded gun in his bedroom and that he shot Pereira in the back.

Of course he kept a loaded gun in his bedroom, you illiterate gummint henchman. Where the fuck else was he supposed to keep it at night when sound asleep? At the local YMCA? And don’t give us any of the “shot him in the back” crap either. Was he diving for cover? Did he turn at the instant the shot went off?

Listen, we can all argue ’till the cows come home about “shooting in the back”, but unless you happen to have personal and encyclopedic knowledge of firefights and every possible thing that might happen during one, I don’t really want to hear your armchair, after-the-fact pontifications on how shooting somebody in that area of their body is always wrong and invariably demonstrates homicidal intent, because you’re full of it. Fact is, you weren’t there and you don’t know, so shut the fuck up.

Would I shoot somebody in the back? That depends on a lot of factors. If I were convinced that the goblin had ceased to be a threat and I were convinced that he was about to retreat hastily without offering any further threat to me or mine, then of course I wouldn’t. Why the Hell would I? Goblin gone, situation resolved, I’m happy. The thing is, unless you were there, I’d strongly resent you telling me what I should have been convinced of in the middle of the situation. Resent it to the point of re-arranging your facial features a tad unless you immediately shut up on request.

“He reacted that night in anger, it wasn’t fearful,” Assistant District Attorney William McCauley said during closings. “What does that say about his intent? He decided if there was going to be a problem in his property, he would take care of it.”

Amazing! ADAs can read minds! With amazing skills like that, how on Earth can it be that no private practice has picked up Mr McCauley yet and offered him a real job along with a full partnership? Quick, before somebody else grabs him!

Pereira’s family was outraged at the verdict.

“No matter the circumstances, nobody deserves to die over property,” said Marcey Lugo, Pereira’s girlfriend and mother of his 6-year-old son.

And I’d agree. Unfortunately, your boyfriend seem to have thought otherwise, since he made the clear decision to risk his own life over property. Well, unless somebody forced him to invade somebody else’s home and attempt to steal his property.

If property ain’t worth dying over, then perhaps goblins should quit trying to redistribute it against the wishes and rights of its owners?

Just saying ’s all, you dumb bitch.

You might want to teach your kid that so he doesn’t grow up dumb and dead like the sperm donor that sired him.

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Tony Blair is surely striking fear into the hearts of the Mad Mullahs with this threatening rhetoric:

Iran, which denies any intention of making atomic weapons, has said it may charge the two boatloads of British sailors and marines with illegally entering its waters in the northern Gulf. Britain insists they were operating in Iraqi waters.

“What we are trying to do … is to pursue this through the diplomatic channels and make the Iranian government understand these people have to be released and that there is absolutely no justification whatever for holding them,” Blair said.

And if it works… Well, it will definitely be the first time in the recorded history of mankind that diplomacy without the credible threat of force behind it has worked. Somehow, however, we don’t much think that Tony Blair is about to make history this time either. Something about long odds and the track record of diplomacy as a means of dealing with theofascist dictators.

“They have to release them. If not, then this will move into a different phase,” he told Britain’s GMTV television.

Oh dearie me! Could it be… The dreaded Secret Double Probation Sternly Worded Note of Diplomatic Concern™? Say it isn’t SO, Tony!

Blair’s spokesman said the next step London could take would be to publish proof, in the form of global satellite positioning (GPS) records, that the sailors had not entered Iranian waters.

Alright, Mahmoud, the jig is up. You might as well hand the sailors over right now, or the Fierce Lion of Britannia is going to embarrass you by proving that the sailors weren’t in Iranian waters, and how would you every survive THAT?

Damn, why didn’t anybody think of that back in 1939? All they’d have had to do was to publish proof that the Poles weren’t actually randomly massacring innocent German civilians in the “occupied territories” (which wouldn’t be too hard since they weren’t), and Adolf Hitler would immediately have given up his claims on Poland, dissolved the NSDAP, stopped the rearmament program and retired to the Austrian Alps to practice his yodeling!

Brilliant, we tell you, BRILLIANT!!!

“We so far haven’t made explicit why we know that because we don’t want to escalate this,” he said.

British officials had shown Iran data on the sailors’ exact position when seized, a British government source told Reuters.

Are you sure that was wise? All that escalation! Who will stop this mad, MAD RUSH TO WAR???

“I am utterly confident that our personnel were in Iraqi waters and not just marginally in Iraqi waters,” Blair’s spokesman said.

And His Majesty is utterly confident that the Brits have lost their balls. Not to mention their marbles.

Britain has been assured the sailors are well but has not been given access to them or told where they are being held.

“Of course they are in a completely safe place and they are being treated in a humane and Islamic way,” Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Ali Hosseini told state television.

Well that’s alright then. After all, would the Iranian Mullahs lie? As long as they’re alright and have their tea and crumpets, we’ll just pretend that the Iranian act of piracy never happened.

British embassy staff will be allowed to see the sailors only once the preliminary investigation has been completed, an Iranian government spokesman told the IRNA state news agency.

British Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett telephoned her Iranian counterpart on Tuesday to demand the sailors’ release and spoke “in very robust terms” to “again demand their safe and speedy return and immediate consular access.”

Now you’ve done it, Ahmadinnerjacket. “Robust terms.” You’re done for, your goose is cooked, you’re toast, you might as well pack it in and call it a day. Because if you don’t… Well, if you don’t they’ll speak in very robust terms INDEED! Not to mention that they haven’t tried “begging”, “whingeing”, “groveling” or “pretty please with sugar on top” yet.

Stick a fork in the West. We’re done.

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As you know, Tony Snow was going back to have a small growth removed from his gut.

It turned out it was worse than they thought, the cursed thing seems to have metastasized to his liver.

Keep fighting and have a full and speedy recovery, Tony, you’re in our prayers.

(The leftards, of course, are celebrating and jerking each other off, but that’s what leftards do, the pathetic little animals).

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Paleoswinians drown in their own shit (link thanks to Sir Christopher):

At least four Palestinians drowned in a tsunami of raw sewage on Tuesday when a water treatment reservoir burst, flooding a village in the northern Gaza Strip.

The deluge, triggered by the collapse of a septic system aid organisations had long warned was dangerously overburdened, submerged dozens of homes in the Bedouin farming village of Umm al-Nasr beneath a cesspool of foul-smelling effluent.

We guess that Terrorstinians aren’t “floaters” after all.

“The situation is very bad,” village mayor Ziad Abu Thabet said, comparing the disaster to a “tsunami.” “Around 70 percent of the village houses were flooded by the waters,” he said.

A “turdnami”, perhaps?

We blame Bush! And the Zionist/Illuminati conspiracy, of course. Oh, and HALLIBURTON!!!1!!ONE!

Newly appointed Palestinian interior minister Hani al-Qawasmeh rushed to the scene to inspect the damage, but angry villagers chased him off by firing guns at his convoy and wounding two policemen, witnesses said.

Sounds an awful lot like something Nawlinians would do when faced with people trying to help them. “Look! Somebody’s coming to our rescue! Shoot them!!!”

The Islamist Hamas movement, the leading partner in a newly formed Palestinian unity government, blamed the disaster on the suspension of direct foreign aid to the cabinet that was imposed a year ago when it formed a cabinet alone. Hamas is considered in the West to be a terrorist group.

Ah but of course. We were wondering how long it would take for the retarded camel buggerers to start blaming somebody other than themselves for their own mess.

Pretty much exactly like Ray Nagin and the dumbfucked cluetards that keep electing him, actually.

Well, what can we say, Paleoswinians?

Shit happens…


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The Senate was voting on an Amendment that would strike language demanding a surrender to al-Qaeda from the troop funding bill.

Chuck Schmekel (we’re sure he does) voted against, of course.

Isn’t there a bus he badly needs to be thrown under, or is that kind of treatment still reserved for real conservatives that dare to say “faggot” in public?

Oh, and thanks a lot, Nebraska. Thanks a whole fucking pantsload of a lot. Fuckheads.

(OK, so I’m in a particularly foul mood today. RINOs fucking everywhere. Sue me. Besides, it’s not like I’m innocent myself. We gave you Jorge Arbusto and his famous burro-fellating act, didn’t we?)

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