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Let’s Cut to the Chase on Amnesty

Written by JB Williams

©2007 USA


Yesterday, despite a historic volume of dissenting voter phone calls, emails and snail mails, which caused most members of the U.S. Senate to shut down their systems in order to completely ignore their constituents and proceed to move forward on illegal amnesty, the senate voted 64-35 to proceed against the vast will of the American people.

This means that 64 senators chose to ignore their “legal” constituents entirely, in pursuit of potential “illegal” voters they hope to pick up at some point in the near future.

In case you are still trying to figure out who really supports the legalization of illegal immigration and amnesty for invaders, 40 of the 64 are Democrats and the other 24 are Republicrats.

Note that four Democrat traitors and three Republicrat traitors hope to be elected President in 2008…

Here is a list of those 64 senators, in all their glory!

YEA’s – 64

40 Democrats 24 Republicrats

Akaka (D-HI), Bennett (R-UT), Biden (D-DE), Bond (R-MO), Bingaman (D-NM), Brownback (R-KS), Boxer (D-CA), Burr (R-NC), Brown (D-OH), Coleman (R-MN), Cantwell (D-WA), Collins (R-ME), Cardin (D-MD), Craig (R-ID), Carper (D-DE), Domenici (R-NM), Casey (D-PA), Ensign (R-NV), Clinton (D-NY), Graham (R-SC), Conrad (D-ND), Gregg (R-NH), Dodd (D-CT), Hagel (R-NE), Durbin (D-IL), Kyl (R-AZ), Feingold (D-WI), Lott (R-MS), Feinstein (D-CA), Lugar (R-IN), Harkin (D-IA), Martinez (R-FL), Inouye (D-HI), McCain (R-AZ), Kennedy (D-MA), McConnell (R-KY), Kerry (D-MA), Murkowski (R-AK), Klobuchar (D-MN), Snowe (R-ME), Kohl (D-WI), Specter (R-PA), Lautenberg (D-NJ), Stevens (R-AK), Leahy (D-VT), Voinovich (R-OH), Levin (D-MI), Warner (R-VA), Lieberman (ID-CT), Lincoln (D-AR), Menendez (D-NJ), Mikulski (D-MD), Murray (D-WA), Nelson (D-FL), Nelson (D-NE), Obama (D-IL), Pryor (D-AR), Reed (D-RI), Reid (D-NV), Salazar (D-CO), Schumer (D-NY), Webb (D-VA), Whitehouse (D-RI), Wyden (D-OR)

If you are still thinking that you can stop amnesty before it leaves the senate, this is the list you will have to focus all of your attention upon.

The seven on this list who want to be president, should soon collide with an abrupt end to their fantasy bid to lead this country into an era of One World Order in some North American Union under international democratic socialism.

The rest will come up for re-election sooner or later, and they should find themselves on the unemployment line by then, if not sooner.

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.–That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, —That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Our Declaration of Independence and claim to self-governance.

Most of us are familiar with these words, but have forgotten what they mean and why they were written. The founders were sure to remind us repeatedly…including in the phrase that immediately followed the above.

“Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.”

Our founders were so extreme in their words. Or were they?

You decide! Have we yet endured enough?

Is there anything left to discuss?

June 27, 2007 Posted by | Congress, Constitution, Illegal Immigration | 11 Comments

Senator Lugar Hacks Up A Furball

Wizbang has a GREAT take here back in January when General Petraeus was unanimously confirmed: the comments section has some wise input.

There is an article issued by CENTCOM here: the General told the Senate that the surge will take time and the Senate was good with that.

Later, the Reids and that genre of frauds had one of those meaningless non-binding resolutions, and then didn’t have time to meet with the General, which led to a further defeat of their stabbing the troops and the Commander, General Petraeus, in the back.

And now, we have Lugar the RINO Hack, oozing furballs because he has none of his own.

One should ask themselves why a body of theoretical “wise people” in the Senate would vote to unanimously confirm the Commander In Theater just to turn around and say “the surge isn’t working” when reports in the field are saying just the opposite.

I smell dying brain cells in DC.

UPDATE: BlandlyUrbane says;

Let’s face it, no one is really going to continue to give this subject enough thought to do the right thing. Suggesting politicians get a clue to consider the result of acting on their rhetoric is like asking them to not take themselves too seriously.

We will one day soon leave Iraq and that day will be too soon. We will spend the next decades paying for that shortsighted decision with more battlegrounds around the planet. In perhaps what is the first time this nation took a pro-active stance or entered into battle early in a preemptive manner so as to address an issue head on; we will fall back and write off all those that have sacrificed to the point at which we do leave.

We will do this; the time is coming. We will have to go back too, but the circumstances and the battlefields will be that much more difficult to enter into. They will be in the deserts, in the cities of Europe and the U.S. and elsewhere. It will be an ugly inferno and I told you so will have no meaning or satisfaction.

UPDATE 2: BlandlyUrbane;

Makes one wonder how a senior senator, a ranking member of the Foreign Relations Committee could be so off or unaware of various data. Presumably he receives his intel in a form the we, the public do not as we are forced to rely upon the news media; which consistently reports bad news because it’s quick and easy and offers very little good news because it is slow and laborious and not as readily apparent.

We are forced to believe that the senator receives his intel in the same place that we do, which is extremely odd. At the same time Lugar announces is his concerns (was it timed to distract from the illegal immigration fiasco?), Mario Loyola at NRO this morning can see positive results coming to fruition in Iraq now that the surge of troops has been recently completed and the surge in tactics or “kinetic phase,” is underway.

Just a few tidbits to whet your appetite, which should be followed with a trip to NRO for his essay….balance is only fair, no?

“After the recent destruction of two minarets at the main Shiite mosque in Sunni-dominated Samarra (the destruction of which in February 2006 triggered the slide towards civil war) Prime Minister Nouri al Maliki immediately traveled to the town to reassure the Sunnis of his government’s support and protection. Iraqi security forces were surged to protect Sunni mosques from reprisals, while security operations continued to target the Shiite death squads. Meanwhile, the government has made progress on all the benchmark legislative initiatives, and the parliament is expected to take up and finalize several of the most crucial ones before its current session ends at the end of July. U.S. efforts have focused on capacity-building. In the field, provincial reconstruction teams (a concept born in Afghanistan, and which came late to Iraq) are now embedded in every brigade headquarters, giving commanders in every sector of Iraq the flexibility to target assistance where it is most crucially needed. And advisers from all over the U.S. government are now embedded all over the Iraqi government, helping prepare for “transition” – a term that basically means “get ready, because soon you’re on your own.”‘

There is much more positive news to be had at NRO from Mario Loyola. Nothing is guaranteed, but victory as well as defeat is a slow process.


June 26, 2007 Posted by | Congress, Lugar, Morons | Leave a comment

Reality Check For Some On The Iraq War

Hat Tip to AubreyJ at The Victory Caucus:

Pete Hegseth has a great read today at the website. It starts off like this… As an Iraq war veteran who participated in combat operations and political reconciliation efforts, I take issue with some of the arguments repeatedly being made on Capitol Hill. Most recently I was bothered by statements from Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich.), who cited three common antiwar arguments in his June 21 op-ed, ” Lincoln’s Example for Iraq,” all of which run counter to realities on the ground in Iraq.

Taking Exception (WaPo): the “errors” of the Leftinistra;

As an Iraq war veteran who participated in combat operations and political reconciliation efforts, I take issue with some of the arguments repeatedly being made on Capitol Hill. Most recently I was bothered by statements from Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich.), who cited three common antiwar arguments in his June 21 op-ed, ” Lincoln’s Example for Iraq,” all of which run counter to realities on the ground in Iraq.

· A deadline for withdrawal is an incentive for Iraqi political compromise. Levin thinks we ought to pressure Iraq’s government with a warning tantamount to saying: “You better fix the situation before we leave and your country descends into chaos.” He should consider the more likely result: an American exit date crushing any incentive for Iraqi leaders to cooperate and instead prompting rival factions to position themselves to capitalize on the looming power void.

My experience in Iraq bore this out. Only after my unit established a meaningful relationship with the president of the Samarra city council — built on tangible security improvements and a commitment to cooperation — did political progress occur. Our relationship fostered unforeseen political opportunities and encouraged leaders, even ones from rival tribes, to side with American and Iraqi forces against local insurgents and foreign fighters.

· We can bring the war to a “responsible end” but still conduct counterterrorism operations. The problem with this argument is what a “responsible end” would mean. What is “responsible” about the large-scale bloodshed that would surely occur if we left the Iraqis behind with insufficient security forces? What is “responsible” about proving al-Qaeda’s thesis that America can be defeated anywhere with enough suicide bombings?

The senator also seems to believe that America will have success fighting terrorists in Iraq with a minimal troop presence, despite the fact that 150,000 troops have their hands full right now doing precisely that.

· We are “supporting the troops” by demanding an immediate withdrawal from Iraq. Levin says that “our troops should hear an unequivocal message from Congress that we support them.” He explains his vote to fund and “support” the troops while simultaneously trying to legislate the war’s end. But what kind of “support” and “unequivocal message” do the troops hear from leaders in Congress who call their commanders “incompetent” or declare the war “lost”?

Such statements provide nearly instant enemy propaganda to every mud hut with a satellite dish in Iraq and throughout the Arab world. These messages do not spell support, no matter how you spin them. And they could inspire insurgents, making the situation more dangerous for our soldiers and Marines.

Veterans know firsthand that numerous mistakes have been made in the war. But that does not change the unfortunate reality: Iraq today is the front line of a global jihad being waged against America and its allies. Both Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri have said so.

We face an important choice in the coming months: provide Gen. David Petraeus the time and troops he needs to execute his counterinsurgency campaign, or declare defeat and withdraw from Iraq. It seems that Democrats in Congress have already made their decision.

In his op-ed, Sen. Levin invoked the example of Abraham Lincoln, who endured years of challenges before finding the right generals and strategy to win the Civil War. After four years of uncertainty in Iraq, America finally has both the general and the strategy to turn the tide. The question is whether 2007 will unfold like 1865 or 1969.

President Lincoln chose to fight a bloody and unpopular war because he believed the enemy had to be defeated. He was right. And to me, that sounds more than a bit like the situation our country faces today. What path will we choose?

The writer, a first lieutenant in the Army National Guard, is executive director ofVets for Freedom. He served in Iraq with the 101st Airborne Division from September 2005 to July 2006.

June 26, 2007 Posted by | Congress, Editorials, GWOT | 2 Comments

The System at Work

WASHINGTON –– (typical WaPo moron apologist)

We have become political hypochondriacs. We seem eager to declare that “the system” has come down with some dread disease, to proclaim that an ideological “center” blessed by the heavens no longer exists, and woe unto us. An imperfect immigration bill is pulled from the Senate floor and you’d think the Capitol dome had caved in.

It sort-a-kind-a did there, skippy.

It’s all nonsense, but it is not harmless nonsense. The tendency to blame the system is a convenient way of leaving no one accountable. Those who offer this argument can sound sage without having to grapple with the specifics of any piece of legislation. There is the unspoken assumption that wisdom always lies in the political middle, no matter how unsavory the recipe served up by a given group of self-proclaimed centrists might be.

The wisdom lies with “We The People” which haven’t been represented in decades.

And when Republicans and Democrats are battling each other with particular ferocity, there is always a call for the appearance of an above-the-battle savior who will seize the presidency as an independent. This messiah, it is said, will transcend such “petty” concerns as philosophy or ideology.

It is said? By whom? Specifics, if you will?

Finally, those who attack the system don’t actually want to change it much. For example, there’s a very good case for abolishing the United States Senate. It often distorts the popular will since senators representing 18 percent of the population can cast a majority of the Senate’s votes. And as Sen. John McCain said over the weekend, “The Senate works in a way that relatively small numbers can block legislation.”

Especially when they are shoving something down the throats of the MAJORITY that don’t want said trash shoved down their throats…like the non-amnesty amnesty bill.

But many of the system-blamers in fact love Senate rules that, in principle, push senators “toward the middle” in seeking solutions. So they actually like the system more than they let on.

Says who? Your opinion? Where is your substantiation? Have milk?

As it happens, I wish the immigration bill’s supporters had gotten it through — not because I think this is great legislation but because some bill has to get out of the Senate so real discussions on a final proposal can begin.

Wrong. The bill needs to die a hideous death and those that support need to leave public office because they do NOT represent the public. They represent each other’s tenure in a life-time venture to suck the public dry.

Notice how tepid that paragraph is. The truth is that most supporters of this bill find a lot of things in it they don’t like. The guest-worker program, in particular, strikes me as terribly flawed. The bill’s opponents, on the other hand, absolutely hate it because they see it as an effective amnesty for 12 million illegal immigrants. And boy, did those opponents mobilize. In well-functioning democracies, mobilized minorities often defeat unenthusiastic majorities.

Minorities? Hardly so.

And some “centrist” compromises are more coherent and politically salable than others. Neither side on the immigration issue has the popular support to get exactly what it wants. So a bill aimed at creating a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants is full of grudging concessions to the anti-immigration side. These have the effect of demobilizing the very groups that support the underlying principles of this bill. That’s not a system problem. It just happens that immigration is a hard issue that arouses real passion.

The fact is this…we have LAWS ON THE BOOKS THAT ARE NOT BEING ENFORCED so why should we have MORE laws on the books that WON’T BE ENFORCED?

Typically, advocates of the system breakdown theory move quickly from immigration to the failure of President Bush’s Social Security proposals. Why, they ask, can’t the system “fix” entitlements?

Because the socialists want entitlements and keep the populace lazy and dependent on government as to when to wipe their own asses.

The simple truth is that a majority of Americans (I’m one of them) came to oppose President Bush’s privatization ideas. That reflected both a principled stand and a practical judgment. From our point of view, a proposal to cut benefits and create private accounts was radical, not centrist.

Middle of the Roaders are cowards there skippy. Privatization is a proven SUCCESS. Then again, the socialists don’t like individuality or success…unless, naturally, one agrees with the socialists. Then, all is well.

An authentically “centrist” solution to this problem would involve some modest benefit cuts and some modest tax increases. It will happen some day. But for now, conservatives don’t want to support any tax increases. I think the conservatives are wrong, and they’d argue that they’re principled. What we have here is a political disagreement, not a system problem. We have these things called elections to settle political disagreements.

Tax increases squelch productivity and is bad for the nation. Currently our economy is doing very well thanks to the TAX CUTS. “Centrists” are horrible for ANY country and Centrists are non-committal weaklings.

Is Washington a mess? In many ways it is. The simplest explanation has to do with some bad choices made by President Bush. He started a misguided war that is now sapping his influence, he has treated Democrats as if they were infected with tuberculosis, and Republicans in Congress as if they were his valets. No wonder he’s having trouble pushing through a bill whose main opponents are his own ideological allies.

Bush started it? Where ya been? Head in the sand? The Jihad has been going on for decades and during the Clinton Administration, war was declared on the United States and “we” did what? Nothing. That’s what, moron. As for the mistreating the democrats, they deserve every bit of it. They are socialists. As for the “immigration” bill, Kennedy was all for it and so is GWB. How does that fit into your retarded article?

Maybe you would place blame elsewhere. But please identify some real people or real political forces and not just some faceless entity that you call the system. Please be specific, bearing in mind that when hypochondriacs misdiagnose vague ailments they don’t have, they often miss the real ones.

When CONgress and the Executive don’t do the bidding of We The People, there is definitely a problem and sugar-coating it as in your retarded article doesn’t cut the mustard.


June 24, 2007 Posted by | Congress, Constitution | Leave a comment

Congress’s new voice

ROUGHLY half a year after the Democrats seized Congress, nobody could deny that politics has grown more interesting. Judging from the newspapers today it is Capitol Hill, not the White House, where the action is in Washington, DC.

What have the Democrats achieved, besides enabling the enemy of the American people?

The new Democratic majority certainly started strong. In its first 100 hours the House passed six popular bills to show that this was no “do-nothing Congress”, as its Republican-controlled predecessor had been labelled. The Iraq debate heated up with congressional calls to pull the troops home. The Senate has held public, sometimes riveting, hearings with the attorney-general and other administration officials, holding their feet to the fire as Congress is meant to do. And recently, the Senate unblocked the debate on immigration by considering a vast compromise bill that would overhaul America’s system for welcoming foreigners.

And yet the past six months has also shown how painfully blocked-up America’s checks-and-balances system can be. For all of the attention-grabbing activity, nothing concrete has yet been achieved. That 100-hours plan? Except for changes to the House’s own rules, none of the other bills has become law; most are languishing in the Senate. A bill on stem-cell research recently passed both chambers, but it now faces George Bush’s veto. The “100 Hours” may be remembered as a catchy campaign slogan, but it may produce precisely nothing of legislative substance. At least the 1994 “Contract with America” helped to get the ball rolling on welfare reform.

Old news, you say?  Yes it is.  The stem cell bill was vetoed and rightfully so.  The ILLEGAL non-amnesty amnesty bill  was also defeated and rightfully so.  The question is this.  When will the CONgress and the Executive listen to We The People?

June 24, 2007 Posted by | Congress | Leave a comment

The Ten Commandments for Poly-tick-cians (many parasites)

Cross-posted from Miss Beth…our own Legal Eagle!!

This came to my email today from my friend Angel.


1. Thou shalt not rob those who work hard in order to subsidize those who hardly work. Note to politicians: If you really believe that drunks, druggies, and derelicts have a “right” to “equal housing,” open up the doors of your own home!

2. Thou shalt not send American troops into harms way — and then stab them in the back when they’re fighting at the front. Cut and run is not a sound strategy for military victory. Those like Mr. Murtha who are still fighting the War in Vietnam should not let their pitiful flashbacks dictate our foreign policy.

3. Thou shalt not kill unborn babies. Period.

4. Thou shalt not extort income taxes above 10% of the American worker’s annual earnings. If 10% is good enough for God, it’s good enough for government.

5. Thou shalt not grant amnesty to illegal aliens. Instead of rewarding them with a primrose “path to citizenship”, put them on the fast track to the Mexican border.

6. Thou shalt not surrender American sovereignty. There is no “global test.” There is no “precedent in foreign law.” And there is no need to continue subsidizing the UN’s Kofi Anan and his America-bashing band of predators, pariahs, and piranhas.

7. Thou shalt not pay yourselves one more dime than the average income of the American worker. If you truly want to represent us, learn to live within our means. Then, maybe you’ll stop robbing us blind and spending us broke. Perhaps if you learn first-hand how hard it is for the average American to balance the family budget, you’ll become a little more adept at balancing the federal budget.

8. Thou shalt serve no more than two terms in office. Remember us? We’re the ones who sent you to Washington mistakenly thinking you might one day want to return … The ones you seem to hope will now leave you alone, forget your phone number, and stop inundating you with FREE emails and ActiFaxes. Well, don’t count on it – because it’s never going to happen.

9. Thou shalt not continue to endorse, support, or condone the government’s ruthless persecution of Christians, Christian values and Christian observances. Let’s put it this way: Every year the Manger Scene is not back in the public square further diminishes your chances of getting back into public office. What exactly is it that you don’t understand about, “Congress shall make no law prohibiting the free exercise [of religion]”?

10. Thou shalt not place yourself above the law. When you get caught driving drunk, don’t try to pull rank – just take the breathalyser and perp walk to the paddy wagon … When you assault a police officer, don’t claim the divine right of royalty … And when you get caught taking a bribe, don’t claim that “congressional privilege” means the cold cash is yours to keep.

Angel, my friend–you said it ALL in a nutshell!

June 21, 2007 Posted by | Congress, Justice, Politics | Leave a comment

On Democrats and Terrorism

These clowns never give up. Well, neither do I. I just don’t have, like Dennis Miller said, the opportunity others do to get the word out. I try hard via the blogs I write for and visit.

I was called to attention of a certain topic by a blogger hailing by madconductor. We at the Victory Caucus serve but one purpose and one purpose only…TOTAL VICTORY in this Global War On Terror. Unfortunately, there are some that don’t have the stomach for the requirements needed for a TOTAL VICTORY in the Global War On Terror.

If you are a member of the Victory Caucus, you will have access to madconductor’s post I am about to expound upon. He left a post on a particular thread, complete with several links which, I will place here in due time. Let us begin.


I enjoy reading Douglas Farah’s blog. He has posted what I think is an interesting summary and analysis of Hamas and its future in Gaza – and offers a few noteworthy observations:

  1. Hamas and The Muslim Brotherhood are in a love-hate relationship because Hamas participated in the elections.

  2. Zawahiri severly chastised Hamas over their “political process”. It became so intense that they battled each other on their web sites.

  3. While there is no disagreement with Al-Qaeda types on long term goals, the tactics to achieve them had estranged Hamas from their more violent brethren. This has obviously changed.

Update: Robert Spencer has an observation on the Muslim Brotherhood and Keith Ellison – who has agreed to speak at a banquet for them, even though CAIR has been named an “unindicted co-conspirator” in the Holy Land Foundation Hamas funding case.

You might find Farah’s post interesting along with another observation he makes of the pushback that the DOJ is undertaking with CAIR and the ISNA.

The Muslim Brotherhood (Hamas) Now Faces Difficult Decisions:

Some in Hamas are openly discussing making the Gaza Strip Islamic state.

I would think this would give pause to those who repeatedly say that the Ikhwan could and would accept the results of elections and have and will work with non-Islamist coalition partners to advance a broad agenda.

Hamas showed that the discourse of dialogue and coalition building and the strategy participating in a process its ideologues cannot completely control, will be thrown out if the chance for armed victory emerges.

As destructive as the fighting with Fatah has been in general, it will open the door for a thawing of relations between Hamas and the Salafist groups. The future of that relationship should tell us a great deal about what the real intentions are of Hamas, and by extension, the Muslim Brotherhood.

A Small Step Forward:


Well, it seems that after the Department of Justice’s decision to name CAIR and ISNA as unindicted co-conspirators in the Holy Land case, the senior leadership at the DOJ has suddenly discovered “scheduling conflicts” that will not allow its leaders to meet the Islamist leader in a planned community outreach program.


The June 27 event, to have been presided over by AG Alberto Gonzalez, is now not being held. A panelist was to have been the vice president of ISNA. Several prominent CAIR members, as well as many of its allies, were to be present.


It seems to me this is the first time the DOJ has had the intestinal fortitude to take a step back away from groups that have pushed their way into the public arena as representatives of the Muslim community while simultaneously having several of its members investigated and indicted by the federal government in terrorism related cases and other cases.

At the same time, it seems that CAIR, which holds itself out as the representative of the Muslim community in the United States, has seen its membership plummet 90 percent since 9-11.

“They” are on the move. “They” being Enemies of The State, a Clear and present Danger to the survival of the American way of life and our traditional values. Their are people that HATE those traditional values and do whatever it takes to eliminate them, even if it means getting in bed with the terrorists to make it so.

Keith Ellison to speak at banquet of unindicted co-conspirator in terror funding case:

That’s right, a United States Congressman, Keith Ellison (D-MN), is going to speak at a CAIR banquet, despite the fact that CAIR has been named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation Hamas funding case.

Joe Kaufman is right: Ellison should resign.

An Americans Against Hate press release:



(Coral Springs, FL) Tonight, June 16, 2007, Congressman Keith Ellison will be a featured speaker at the First Annual Banquet of the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Minnesota). This, after CAIR had just been named an “unindicted co-conspirator” in a Hamas financing case put forward by the United States government.

Ellison, less than three weeks ago, was the keynote speaker at the 4th Annual Convention of the Minnesota chapter of the Muslim American Society (MAS-Minnesota). While he spoke, MAS-Minnesota had on its website material discussing waging war against non-Muslims and the murdering of Jews. The material is still located on the group’s site.

Following his appearance, Americans Against Hate (AAH) demanded that Congressman Ellison denounce MAS for its anti-Semitic and anti-Christian statements or resign from office. Ellison has remained silent on the issue.

AAH Chairman Joe Kaufman, stated, “Being that Keith Ellison refuses to denounce the Muslim American Society, and being that he is now going to be speaking at an event sponsored by a group named by the U.S. government as a co-conspirator to Hamas, we have no choice but to call on Keith Ellison to resign from his held office as United States Representative. Congressman Ellison, by openly cavorting with bigoted and pro-terrorist elements in our society, can no longer work for the best interests of our nation.”


June 19, 2007 Posted by | Congress, Democrats, Ethics, GWOT, History, Jerks, Jihadists, Leftinistra, M.I.T., Morons, Multiculturalism, Politics, Studies In Islam, Terrorists, Treason, Trolls, Two-Faced | 1 Comment

Mystery: Will The GOP “Capitalize”?

Doodlehead Obey threatened the GOP and the GOP should jump on this with a vengeance second to none.


House Appropriations Committee Chairman David R. Obey (D-Wis.) has handed Republican lawmakers a golden (literally) opportunity to end earmarking during the current session of Congress. (In our new book, Outrage, we highlight how abuse of earmarking costs taxpayers $64 billion — three times what it was just a few years ago.)



According to Tuesday’s New York Times, Obey warned Republicans that “he would ban earmarking completely if Republicans attacked individual projects to score political points.” What an opportunity for the GOP!


There we go with the NY Slimes again. What a waste of a facility…

June 17, 2007 Posted by | Congress, Democrats, Earmarks, GOP, Morons | Leave a comment

Idiots and Illegal Immigration Amnesty

The picture says it all.  (Stolen from Miss Beth.)

Message to Bush

June 14, 2007 Posted by | Congress, GOP, GWB, Illegal Immigration | Leave a comment

No. I Have Not Forgotten

I haven’t forgotten the men I carried out nor the men that carried me out. I haven’t forgotten the faces of the demons that visit me every night…when they come. I haven’t forgotten the horrors of war. I haven’t forgotten the screams of pain or the screams of rage. I haven’t forgotten the tears for fallen comrades and I haven’t forgotten the idiots in congress, either.

I haven’t forgotten the physical and psychological scars…I see them every day. I haven’t forgotten that my eldest son is serving, protecting the idiots in congress and the idiots that support the idiots in congress.

I haven’t forgotten the words of the platitudes rendered by the idiots in congress. How can I forget and how can YOU forget? I see them every day. Don’t you?

June 14, 2007 Posted by | Congress, Conspiracy Morons, Democrats, GWOT, Jihadists, Patriotism, Politics, USAF, USArmy, USCG, USMC, USN, Veteran Affairs, Victory | 3 Comments

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