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Meanwhile, a bird in the Rose Garden demonstrates that it has more sense than the Senate.

Unfortunately, it wasn’t a Roc.

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How about the poor misunderstood al-Qaeda babies that we mustn’t, according to McVain and various and sundry other pissy-pants, inconvenience in the slightest during interrogation, teaching a 12-year-old child how to saw the head off a prisoner? (WARNING!!! Do NOT scroll to the bottom of that post if you’re in the least bit queasy. Even I almost threw up watching those images!)

Remember, those are the animals that the MSM, Andrew Sullypants of the Atlantic and the hand-wringers in Congress wish to protect against as much as a belly-slap. Also, those are the images that the MSM will never, ever let the public see, lest we get angry with their allies our enemies.

Oh, and while we’re on the subject of torture, as opposed to what the MSM, McVain and Andy Sullypants call torture, here’s the official al-Qaeda Torture Manual.

Just remember that when we as much as look at one of those subhuman scum funny, the wailing about Nazis, Gulag Commandants and assorted other inanities rise to a fever pitch in our own media.

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Nothing new, really. As we already witnessed during the Miers affair, the RINOs are not in the least above resorting to baseless smears and insults when they find themselves running out of actual arguments to support their latest drivel, particularly when it comes to smearing the voters what brung them to the dance. How to Win Friends and Influence People, the RINO Way.

Republican Sens. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Saxby Chambliss of Georgia were booed at their respective state party conventions Sunday for supporting a compromise immigration bill.

“I Can’t Believe It’s Not Amnesty!”

Their specific sin was collaborating with the liberal lion of the Senate, Edward M. Kennedy. But behind the catcalls was Republican rage over undocumented foreigners, a sentiment GOP lawmakers must appease if they want to avoid dire consequences.

“Undocumented foreigners.” How cute. Just as the 19 of 9/11 infamy were nothing but “undocumented demolition workers”, no doubt only “doing the urban renewal work that no Americans will do.” And John Cooey was, we suppose, really only Jessica Lunsford’s “undocumented sex ed teacher”, right Novak?

Why are the party faithful throughout the country so incensed by immigration?

Look at Bobby Novak’s pretty strawman. Here, Bobby, why don’t you try to light a match after we douse it in gasoline, preferably while you’re giving it a big, warm embrace?

Oh yes, we’re just “incensed by immigration”, particularly those of us who are immigrants ourselves. Makes perfect sense. Which part of “illegal” does the rotting matter inside your balding head fail to understand?

When I asked Graham, he quoted from a federal government report on the new arrivals to this country, “largely unskilled laborers” and heavily illiterate: “The new immigration has provoked a widespread feeling of apprehension as to its effect on the economic and social welfare of the country.” The report, by the U.S. Immigration Commission, was dated 1911.

When Graham returned to Washington on Monday as the immigration debate began, he read the 96-year-old quote into the Senate record to demonstrate that fear of foreigners is not new for Americans.

Because that’s all it really is. Fear of foreigners. Not a bit about respect for our laws, not even a smidgen of resentment at lawbreakers being given for free what countless legal immigrants have worked for years to get, not to mention all of the ones still trying to get in legally, some of them having tried for decades.

Nope, it’s just all of us party faithful troglodytes hating brown people.

Give us more, O Emperor! »

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LC and IB “M” Imperial Tobacconist, came across the text of a speech by former Colorado Governor Dick Lamm given at a DC conference on immigration issues a few years back. Our LC students of history will immediately observe the ’steps’ to committing suicide are frighteningly similar to the events that lead up to the fall of the Roman Empire. I couldn’t find a direct link to the speech so you’ll need to read it over at the Cigar Intelligence Agency, it’s too long to post in it’s entirety, sorry folks.

It’s not just worth a read, it’s a MUST READ: American Suicide

SCARY indeed !!!!

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As our limited intel on the Mad Mullah’s nuclear ambitions decrease, IAEA Boob-In-Chief urges even more dialogue.

IAEA: Iran 3-8 years from atomic weapons

The head of the U.N. nuclear agency said Thursday he agreed with CIA estimates that Iran was three to eight years from being able to make nuclear weapons and he urged the U.S. and other powers to pursue talks with the Islamic country.

Since it’s worked so well this far, might as well continue doing More Of The Same™ blather-fests. I am surprised El Baradei extracted Ammadinnerjacket’s meat pole from his mouth long enough to come up with Sure-Fire Solution #21497.

The best way to keep Iran from acquiring nuclear arms is “through a comprehensive dialogue,” International Atomic Energy Agency chief Mohamed ElBaradei told a news conference in Luxembourg. “One way to do that, rather than to continue the rhetoric, is to … sit down together.”

If I’m not mistaken, the rhetoric has largely come from your boyfriend there Doc. You remember, “holocaust denial” and “finishing what Hitler started”. But then again, I might have missed the rhetorical points in stating “Iran is getting damn close to building nuclear weapons”. I agree language is an art form to some extent, but demonstrably factual statements, backed by corroborating additional statements, might be considered a little more convincing than rhetoric.

On Wednesday, the IAEA reported that Iran’s uranium enrichment program was expanding in defiance of U.N. demands that it be suspended, findings that could lead to new sanctions against the country.

Obviously requiring even more demands and if it really gets out of control, a stern look.

Give us more, O Emperor! »

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His Imperial Majesty has to admit that he was more than a bit baffled to read this, that the Senate had voted with 64 votes in favor of keeping the Guest Worker Cheap Slave Labor Program™ alive.

Baffled because his own Senators, Cornyn and Hutchison, were both on the record as voting in favor of keeping it in there when they’d both, wisely and gratifyingly, voted against letting the Bill in its entirety move forward at all earlier. Something doesn’t sound right there. Why would you vote to kill a Bill and then, the next day, vote to keep one of its idiotic provisions alive?

One possibility, other than Business and Backstabbing as Usual in DC which must never be discounted when dealing with Congresscritters, could be that they didn’t want the Bill to become more palatable and thus easier to pass. Some say that stripping the Slave Labor Program would’ve killed the Zhamnesty Bill immediately, but I’m not so sure. After all, the proponents of the Democrat Incumbents’ Protection for Eternity Act of ‘07 would still get their bulk amnesty, guest worker program or not and that is, after all, the cornerstone of their strategy to create a huge, dependent voter bloc that will forever vote Democrat.

Hey, it’s a theory.

The other, more cynical side of me, the side used to the self-anointed royalty in DC and their lust for power and lack of concern for their constituents, says that the two Senators only cast the initial vote to cover their own backsides, in order to later be able to say “hey, but look at this. We tried, didn’t we?”

One thing’s for sure, I’ll be letting both of them know that my position hasn’t changed. If that Atrocity of a Bill passes in any shape, form or fashion, they need to start brushing up on their resumes, because I’ll be actively campaigning to have them both fired.

You should do the same. Call, fax, email and write your congresscritters. Don’t let them think that we’ve forgotten and that they’re free to stab us in the back now.

KEEP THE PRESSURE UP.

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ABC, perhaps worried that the New York Slimes is getting ahead of them in the Aid and Comfort to the United States’ Enemies Sweepstakes™, up the ante by revealing yet another Administration plan to the Islamofascists (link thanks to LC jewells52):

The CIA has received secret presidential approval to mount a covert “black” operation to destabilize the Iranian government, current and former officials in the intelligence community tell the Blotter on ABCNews.com.

The sources, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the subject, say President Bush has signed a “nonlethal presidential finding” that puts into motion a CIA plan that reportedly includes a coordinated campaign of propaganda, disinformation and manipulation of Iran’s currency and international financial transactions.

“Because of the sensitive nature of the subject?”

More like, as LC & IB Bill Quick so eloquently puts it, because the “anonymous sources” know full well that they’re breaking a ream of federal laws by revealing classified information that will aid declared enemies of the United States in a time of war, something that used to be known as “treason” and “espionage”, and the Islamofascist sympathizers in the CIA don’t much feel like facing the consequences of that.

The ABC, of course, have no problem with that. But we already knew that they were on the other side, so that should come as absolutely no surprise at all.

Rope. Tree. Journalist.
Some Assembly Required.

Traitors and journos blindfolded and crying,
Loose-lipped officials in dank dungeons dying,
The bowels of a spy opening up as he swings,
These are a few of my favorite things.

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The Imperial Minister of Truth has penned a new essay (in two parts), “You Are Not Alone.”

Part one starts here.

(The link to part II is at the end of part I).

Enjoy.

Thatisall.

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The House just finished voting on whether or not it was appropriate for Jack Murthafucker (D-Payola) to threaten lawmakers disagreeing with him that they’d never get another proposal approved, ever.

After a long, heartbreaking session of wrestling with this serious issue, the Most Ethical Dem Congs ever voted almost unanimously to approve of Murthafucker’s third world banana republic tactics. While Murthafucker and his fellow Dem Cong bribe-takers were laughing their voluminous, incumbent, overpaid and underworked arses off.

To celebrate their giant blow for congressional ethics, they’re now headed off for a well-deserved taxpayer funded spring vacation in the Caribbean, courtesy of the U.S. Air Force.

But no reason to complain. There are TWO Americas, after all, and the Dem Cong just so happen to be living in the other one.

Now go back to work so you can pay for their vacations, pork barrel vote-buying schemes and amnesties for criminals.

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Not to worry you unduly about “homegrown jihadis” (of which practically none exist, according to Homeland Stupidity Chief Suit Michael Cherkoff), but this study certainly gives us pause.

But we’re probably being silly. After all, what does it matter that 41% of American mooselimbs between the ages of 18 and 29 believe that terrorism is often justified, and that 26% of them, or 1 in 4, believe that it’s always justified?

Hey, as soon as Michael Cherkoff and President Kennedy Bush get done handing out the Z-visas, they’ll all reform, right?

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