Friday, December 30, 2005

Spying on American Citizens

When the Bushitlerites speak of endangered civil liberties by Bush's extremist right-wing agenda of spying on American citizens here is the 'American citizen' they would have you believe he is spying on...

But I have a feeling this is the type of American citizen Bush has in mind....

And for the Superlative challenged on the Left,

This is... was... a Right-Wing Extremist:

Thursday, December 29, 2005

Intelligent Design

I have this idea that's been drifitng across my neurons and it is hard to articulate. So I guess in the end it is best just to write it down without consideration of form and continuity. It has to deal with this intelligent design( ID for short ) thesis that is emerging since the attempt to sell creation science is turning to an abysmal failure and rightly so.

Personally I am an evolutionist as it seems to be the most plausible explanation for how life on this planet adapted to the changing environmental conditions. However, how life got here in the first place or for that matter how this universe got here are entirely different matters. Creationist theories deal with how it all got made; evolutionist theories deal with how it all managed to stay.

I admit I never gave much thought to ID because what little I've heard from the proponents I have just written off as an obvious absurdity but I really don't know what the tenets of the belief are.. so I queried the Google Oracle and this was the most authorative site that popped up first: Intelligent Design Network that explains ID in this manner:

"The theory of intelligent design (ID) holds that certain features of the universe and of living things are best explained by an intelligent cause rather than an undirected process such as natural selection. ID is thus a scientific disagreement with the core claim of evolutionary theory that the apparent design of living systems is an illusion."

This particular quote, by happenstance, brings me exactly where I wanted to go with my suggestion that the nature of this theory is exactly what it accuses evolution of being... an illusion. Happy accidents do happen. Right conclusion, wrong approach.

Now to the gist of the argument. The human senses cannot be trusted. Our brains operate in a world of seeming chaos and from this the brain attempts to create order and it does so beyond our conscious capacity to control it. We know consciously that a pencil in a glass of water is not really bent but there is nothing we can do to tell our brain to quit interpreting the visual input as a bent object. So it is with many other observations in our world.

Here is a classic visual illusion: Look at the checkerboard. Is square A the same color as square B?

Despite the fact you can see block B copied and pasted to the left your brain will not accept them being the same shade on the checkerboard. Chaos is being misordered by your brain which attempts to interpret reality but only so far as a functional adaptation necessary at the moment. In the right sidebar of this page, way at the bottom, is this link Optical Illusions and Visual Phenomena for more visual illusions and brain manipulation.

In a nutshell, we see intelligence in the order of the world because we are intelligent beings. Our brains induce intelligence into our every interpretation of the world around us and cannot perceive it in any other way than designed. So this theory of ID may be accurate in the conclusion that there seems to a unviversal design but its faulty reasoning is that this necessarily excludes the evolution of living things. It could be that evolution is part of that design since the key tenet of the theory of evolution is adapatation to a changing environment which is something we all see and do every minute of our lives.

Saturday, December 17, 2005


I know that this outting of secret information isn't quite the threat to national security that the outting of Valarie Plame has caused but I'm sure the New York Times will cover it fairly, objectively and protect at all times the interest of the American people.

Meanwhile the Democrats do the D.C. foxtrot.....


Been working a lot lately and not much chance to blog. But I do have the news on while I work and I've heard about this war against Christmas. I've heard about the stores that substitute Merry Christmas for Happy Holidays. Can't get a bug up the butt over that because I always thought it ought to be 'have a Happy Christmas and a Merry New Year' anyway. Then I saw on Drudge, I think, where someone thought it immensely clever to decorate their yard with a reindeer hanging with blood dripping from it. Then I heard about a school where the kids sang Hannakuh and Kwanzza ( what a completely idiotic concept ) songs but couldn't sing Christmas songs. Just heard a store put up a 'He is the reason for the season' sign and people bitched about it and the store essentially told them to shove it. And what is Hollywood's grand offering on the big screen for the season? Wolf Creek, a bloody snuff flick because Hollywood has lost any concept of creativity and can only come up with a rehashed Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Opening on Christmas day.

I have come to one conclusion... the world has lost it's god-damned mind and I use that word literally.

As a Christian that thinks religion is a scam job, I really never believed in evil as this antithesis to God. I believe that we are in the image of God in that we have free will to choose between doing or not doing.

I always believed that the natural state of the universe was darkness and light to be the aberration and therefore evil was just the abscence of good. But there is this foul cloud of stupidity spreading worldwide. Whenever the world takes side with the Palestinian butchers over a democratic people, whenever a people whose holy shrine sits on top of the foundation of the destroyed second Jewish temple and Jew haters can, with a straight face, claim the Jews are not entitled to their historical homeland, whenever a people lampoon Christianity while showing deference to a religion created by a false prophet and known for it's hatred and buthcery, whenever Hollywood supports a savage like Tookie Williams who not only killed 4 people but helped create a gang that is responsible for more deaths in Los Angeles County than troops lost in Iraq, whenever the world believes that Saddam Hussein is entitled to fair treatment under the law while he butchered his own people...... then the world has simply gone stupid. Stupidity is the intentional exercise of ignorance.

So, I now find myself reassessing my view and I have come to realize that evil does exist as a dynamic intentional entity.

My view of the concept of Anit-Christ has always been that it wasn't a single person like a Damien but an all pervasive world system. The mark of the beast lies dormaint in your wallet with names like VISA, MASTERCARD. It is in the administrations of our schools. It runs rampant throught the halls of all our governemt. And now we are seeing it emerge in out traditions.

Anti Christ means just that. Against Christ. Agaisnt Christians. Against the Jew.

As Christ himself said, you can know the tree by the fruit it bears.

apology for speeling and logical content. gotta get back to work, needed to type it while I was thinking it. Maybe I'll edit later.

Monday, December 05, 2005

Dean: US Won't Win in Iraq

Drudge has this little nugget: Howard Dean: US Won't Win in Iraq

"I've seen this before in my life. This is the same situation we had in Vietnam. Everybody then kept saying, 'just another year, just stay the course, we'll have a victory.' Well, we didn't have a victory, and this policy cost the lives of an additional 25,000 troops because we were too stubborn to recognize what was happening."

Mr. Dean.... it was defeatist like you that bear the responsibility of those additional 25,000 deaths. Either Lead, Follow or STFU and let the grownups protect you.

The reason we didn't win is because self-deluded half-wits like Dean and most of the Democratic party keep mouthing this garbage throughout the world giving the perception that the US doesn't have the resolve to stay the course, and Bin Laden thanks them very much. Like Ho Chi Minh all the enemy has to do is wait us out because he is willing to take the casualties and employ brutality to achieve his political ends. Life is not so valuable in the third-world.

What Dean and the rest of that generation fail to realize is that they were the cause of a fallacious self-fulfillmg prophecy concerning Vietnam.

Can't never Could, Won't never Would.

Friday, December 02, 2005

Liberals Channel Dead Soldiers

Check out this post over at Little Green Footballs

Aww those progressives... such creative people although the only dead people I've ever heard of voting were already Democrats.

I have a suggestion for a sequel. How about all the World War II soldiers come from their graves and descend on the US Capitol and call the liberals wimps and political whores.

Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Daily Delusional

Ted Turner once again proves there is no correlation between wealth accumulation and intellect.

Sunday, November 27, 2005

Free Tookie Now... Let Him Live With Sarandon

Stanley Tookie Williams is scheduled to die for executing 4 unarmed people. With his own execution, as determined by the people of California, weeks away the usual bleeding hearts are asking the governor to grant clemency. A pre-requisite for clemency should be whether the person has admitted remorse. Tookie has not.

Now I noticed that Tim Robbins and Susan Sarandon are among those believing Tookie is more valuable to our society alive as opposed to eliminated. OK so how about instead of full clemency we have a conditional clemency where Tim and Susan are appointed probational custodians of Tookie and confine him in their house for two years of house arrest. They advocate turning this monster loose on the rest of us so because he's rehabilitated so they should have no problem bringing him into their home. Then they could help him develop his literary career and community outreach programs to steer young people away from gang life in the urban jungle.

Friday, November 18, 2005

Sterner Stuff

What the citizens of Flight 93 died trying to protect,
What al-Qaeda couldn't destroy with an aircraft,
Zarqawi subdued using video tape, a willing media
distribution network and our own internal political ambitions.

Support Our Troops, Clean This House in 06

We should thank God every day that our ancestors were made of sterner stuff.

A View From Iraq

The Soldier over at Sgt.Hook asked for everyone to pass this on. Done Deal.

My favorite line:

"You need not to have a great understanding of the world but rather common sense to realize that it is our duty as HUMAN BEINGS to free the oppressed. If you lived that way would you not want someone to help you????"

Is that not what liberals profess to believe in? The liberation of the oppressed? They're just not up for the difficulty and sacrifice required to actually do it.

Thursday, November 17, 2005

Senate Wimps

If you haven't caught this video at check it out.

What I found humorous was the background music is the opening of a song by Traffic called "The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys."

When the going gets tough in the GWOT the Senate tips their hand that they are willing to run like high-heeled Nancy Boys.

Ok... maybe it was just me finding it subtly clever.

The Art of Deception

An very interesting and insightful interview:

Where the WMDs Went
by Jamie Glazov

Should be required reading in the US Senate.

And a reason that many 'knuckle-dragging right-wingers' like myself are actually stupid enough to believe that Saddam had a hidden hand in 9/11 is because we remember the news articles from many years ago.... but then our minds are also capable of manipulating thoughts larger than can be placed on a bumper-sticker or protest placard.

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Internet Governance

Hummm... I wonder who should govern the Internet?

USENET 1993... The WWW's baby picture.

Should China help regulate it ? How about Egypt or Venezuela ?
Or Saudi Arabia, or Iran or the French and Germans or the Russians ?

Wonder why these countries are advocating UN control ?
Go ahead.... take a guess.

Res ipsa loquitur

The Making of a Legacy

The American Spectator In Their Own Words

In the effort to alleviate the Democrats short-term memory loss there are two quotes from the article I would like to note. They are from the President of the United States outlining the threat:

"In the next century, the community of nations may see more and more of the very kind of threat Iraq poses now -- a rogue state with weapons of mass destruction, ready to use them or provide them to terrorists, drug traffickers, or organized criminals who travel the world among us unnoticed. If we fail to respond today, Saddam, and all those who would follow in his footsteps, will be emboldened tomorrow by the knowledge that they can act with impunity, even in the face of a clear message from the United Nations Security Council, and clear evidence of a weapons of mass destruction program." (Bill Clinton, Remarks At The Pentagon, 2/17/98)

"Let's imagine the future. What if he fails to comply and we fail to act, or we take some ambiguous third route, which gives him yet more opportunities to develop this program of weapons of mass destruction and continue to press for the release of the sanctions and continue to ignore the solemn commitments that he made? Well, he will conclude that the international community has lost its will. He will then conclude that he can go right on and do more to rebuild an arsenal of devastating destruction. And some day, some way, I guarantee you he'll use the arsenal. And I think every one of you who has really worked on this for any length of time, believes that, too."
(Bill Clinton, Remarks At The Pentagon, 2/17/98)

Those two quotes clearly identify a grave and imminent threat to the national interests of the United States. So why did they choose to not act to eliminate the threat? Was 'containment', which is the international community losing its will to eliminate the threat, not allowing Saddam to fall into the reasoning pattern described by Clinton in the second quote?

Why, Mr. Clinton, after clearly identifying the threat, did you not eliminate it when you had the chance?

And now you run around saying things like THIS.

Building a better legacy, one lie at a time.

Saturday, November 12, 2005

We Make No Distinction...

Reference: National Review Online:
Bush Speech, Veteran's Day 2005

Here was my first impression after hearing the speech: Thank God the grownups are running the country. Now if we could just get the kids to settle down and pay attention.

Out and about on the sphere the '3 paragraphs' are the hot topic. Those are three very hard to refute paragraphs. Can't wait to watch the stuttering and stammering on the Sunday morning shows. ( see Russert Trips Kennedy a few posts down )

But the line I heard that I think has the greatest implication in the long term was this one:

"The United States makes no distinction between those who commit acts of terror and those who support and harbor them, because they're equally guilty of murder."

Note the context of that part of the speech was Syria and Iran, especially Syria with the 'guilty of murder' part. And I also believe we've heard that line before in the context of Afghanistan. Ask the Taliban what it means.

Ya know, I do sometimes think we ought to withdraw American combat troops from Iraq... straight through Damascus. Take a good look through the Bekah Valley while we're there. Never can tell what, or who, one might find.

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Same Evil, Different Face

Contemplate This:

"My program for educating youth is hard. Weakness must be hammered away. In my castles of the Teutonic Order a youth will grow up before which the world will tremble. I want a brutal, domineering, fearless, cruel youth. Youth must be all that. It must bear pain. There must be nothing weak and gentle about it. The free, splendid beast of prey must once again flash from its eyes..That is how I will eradicate thousands of years of human domestication..That is how I will create the New Order."
-- Adolf Hitler, 1933.

Now watch THIS slideshow posted over at

Same evil.

A Real National Security Leak

DRUDGE REPORTS a 'Real' national security outting.

I was wondering the other day why somebody hadn't raised a stink about these reporters revealing things like this. Is this not classified information? It is about time to reign in this nonsense. I'd like to see some reporters and editors get 'frog marched' out of their offices.

French Mission

"This message comes to you today from an old country, France, from a continent like mine, Europe, that has known wars, occupation and barbarity. A country that does not forget and knows everything it owes to the freedom-fighters who came from America and elsewhere. And yet has never ceased to stand upright in the face of history and before mankind. Faithful to its values, it wishes resolutely to act with all the members of the international community. It believes in our ability to build together a better world." - Dominique de Villepin 02/14/03

Speech to the Security Council before Operation Iraqi Freedom

Hummm...How has that noble statement stood against the passage of time ( and captured douments?)

French corruption scandals

Chirac allies among 47 accused in major French corruption trial

French Connection to Oil for Food Probed

Former French UN ambassador held over Iraq oil-for-food

This is how I saw them in the Summer of 2003, a view that has stood the test of time.

Monday, November 07, 2005

Russert Trips Kennedy

I was taking a computer up to my mother's house yesterday and the only AM station I could find was Meet The Press with Tim Russert. He was interviewing Sen. Kennedy. I wasn't always paying attention to the SCOTUS nomination discussion but the subject turned to Iraq.

I had noticed previously how Kennedy is a season BS artist. I didn't agree with what he was saying but I did notice the complete and well-formed ideas of a pro on top of the game. That is how he handled the initial discussion on Iraq until Russert presented a quote as an example of the misuse of intelligence to sway public opinion before the Iraq invasion. I recognized whose quote it was and thought to myself that surely Russert wouldn't be baiting Kennedy. so let me quote the MSNBC transcript of the exchange and note Kennedy is sent mentally reeling and unable to come square center again for about three paragraphs:

"MR. RUSSERT: You talked about Iraq. There's a big debate now about whether or not the data, the intelligence data, was misleading and manipulated in order to encourage public opinion support for the war. Let me give you a statement that was talked about during the war. "We know [Iraq is] developing unmanned vehicles capable of delivering chemical and biological warfare agents...all U.S. intelligence experts agree they are seek nuclear weapons. There's little question that Saddam Hussein wants to develop them. ... In the wake of September 11th, who among us can say with any certainty to anybody that those weapons might not be used against our troops, against allies in the region? Who can say that this master of miscalculation will not develop a weapon of mass destruction even greater--a nuclear weapon. ..."

Are those the statements that you're concerned about?

SEN. KENNEDY: Well, I am concerned about it, and that's why I believe that the actions that were taken by Harry Reid in the Senate last week when effectively he said that we are going to get to the bottom of this investigation, this had been kicked along by the Intelligence Committee, by Pat Roberts for over two years. And Harry Reid did more in two hours than that Intelligence Committee has done in two years. And the American people are going get this information.

And it's important that they get this information about how intelligence was misused because of the current situation. It's important to know where we've been, but it's important to know where we are today, because we're facing serious challenges over in Iran. We're facing serious challenges in North Korea. And we cannot have a government which is going to manipulate intelligence information. We've got to get to the bottom of it, and that is what the Democrats stood for on the floor of the United States Senate last week. That was a bold stroke, one that has the overwhelming support of the American people. It's about time they get the facts on it. They haven't got the facts to date. They deserve them, and they'll get them.

MR. RUSSERT: But, Senator, what the Democrats stood for on the floor of the Senate in 2002--let me show you who said what I just read: John Kerry, your candidate for president. He was talking about a nuclear threat from Saddam Hussein. Hillary Clinton voted for the war. John Edwards, Joe Lieberman, John Kerry. Democrats said the same things about Saddam Hussein. You, yourself, said, "Saddam is dangerous. He's got dangerous weapons." It wasn't just the Bush White House.

( Watch the Seantor Stumble Here )
SEN. KENNEDY: The fact is--and I voted against the war, because every military--I'm in the Armed Services Committee, and every military leader highly decorated, military leader, said that it was foolish to have a military intervention at that. General Hoar, with the Marines--General Hoar, who has more Silver Stars than you could possibly count said if we go into Baghdad, it'll look like the last five minutes of "Private Ryan," so we know we had enough information to vote against it, I believe.

But the point about this is, we have the 9/11 that talked about the intelligence agencies. The failure of the FBI to talk to the CIA and the rest of it, but they also recommended that we find out how intelligence was manipulated. Now, we are--we had that committee set up under Pat Roberts. It has done virtually nothing. It has done--it's been dismissive. But Harry Reid is going to get them to tell the truth, and the American people will understand it. And then hopefully when we get a clean house in the White House and we get individuals that are going to help this president lead for an openness in government, we can avoid any kind of activity like that in the future.

Not a coherent paragraph after the revelation it was a John Kerry quote. If you can't dazzle them with brilliance...

Know The Tree By The Fruit It Bears

The fruits of CAPITALISM

The fruits of SOCIALISM

Sunday, November 06, 2005

Need A Friend ?

Just in case you need help saving France
from its own folly again, Pierre...

then call the Iranians or Syrians,
we're busy helping our friends

I'm sorry but... I have no sympathy for those that won't lift a hand to preserve their culture and nation. In fact I'm in a ROTFLMAO state of mind....

Saturday, November 05, 2005

I read THIS:

"Former President Clinton said in an interview Friday that he believes his wife would do a better job than he did in the nation's highest office."

Why aim so low ?

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Don't Worry Jacques, They're No Threat

Am I wrong to see a bit of poetic justice concerning THIS ?

It certainly wasn't caused by French involvement in Iraq.

Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Rush To War ?

The Arab League scuttled a chance to avoid war?

Iraq: Arab League scuttled secret exile offer for Saddam: U.A.E. officials

I hold the belief that the central tenet of the invasion of Iraq was not WDM but to remove the Hussein family from power. Mission accomplished. All other considerations were of less pressing importance. Whatever it takes to be rid of Saddam and his regime. To quote Orwell, "War is evil, but often it is the lesser evil."

If this is true about the Arab League fumbling the chance to avert war then it indicates to me that by Washington's willingness to let Hussein go into exile then this wasn't a pre-determined war cooked up in Texas by a cabal of neo-con boogie men wanting to enrich Halliburton and line their own pockets with all that stolen oil. It could be what it was billed as; an end to Hussein's rule over Iraq and his threat to the region by any means necessary.

By the way, that was official US policy established by the Clinton administration.

Sunday, October 30, 2005

Apocalypse 2001 or U.B.L. ?

Rumor has it that Oliver Stone is making a film about the 9/11 WTC attack. I wonder from what perspective he'll tell his version of history?

Saturday, October 29, 2005

The Merits of Islam

So Prince Charles is coming to America to lecture us on the merits of Islam is he?

You know I don't seem to recall any mass demonstrations in the streets lately of people chanting 'Death to Iran', 'Death to Pakistan', 'Death to Syria', 'Death to Egypt', Death to Jordan', 'Death to Indonesia', 'Death to Saudia Arabia'. I haven't seen the flags of those countries burned by Americans either.

I would suggest that perhaps he visit Deena Burnett and the kids to explain that Islam really means us no harm. If Ms. Burnett isn't available there are plenty of other families available across the nation that would be more than happy to discuss their experience with the religion of peace. Shouldn't have a problem finding them in New York.

I would suggest further that if he really wants to be affective that he take this same message to Tehran, Cairo, Gaza, Damascus, Islamabad, Lahore, Jakarta; perhaps even sit down and have an nice civil discussion with Zack the Hacker in Iraq or venture over to the cave in Pakistan or Iran that Zawahiri calls home.

But your royal highness, you are our friend and we will listen. Likewise you should listen to us and our thousands of stories of tragedy, of children growing up without parents, families destroyed in the name of this religion and maybe you'll get a grasp of our disdain for not only the lunatic fringe of the religion but also the meager apology from those that claim the jihadist don't represent the aspirations of the religion.

We Americans are a practical people and actions mean more than words. Let me acquaint you with a variation on one of our colloquialisms:

Islam Is As Islamist Do.

Ask this little guy.

Ask the Russians in Beslan,

the people on the train in Madrid,

or the citizens living under Islamic law in Fallujah

Or for that matter, when you get back home lecture the victims of the London bombings on the merits of this religion you so admire.

Here's another colloqialism that you, a sporting fellow, might relate to:

"You're barking up the wrong tree pal." Islam is a cancer on humanity and non-agressive tactics are not going to stop it. It requires some agressive radiological treatment.

Curiouser and Curiouser

Drudge has this particular flash up this morning where Joe Wilson makes the claim that threats are being made against his wife. That, in and of itself, is curious as I would think it more likely that it would be Wilson himself that people would threaten. The more curious item was the last statement in the flash:

"Wilson tells Bradley, contrary to reports that many knew Plame was in the CIA, that only he and three other people knew. 'Well, very few people outside the intelligence community [knew she was CIA]. Her parents and her brother, essentially,' says Wilson."

So exactly what level of security clearance did her parents and brother have? Did she 'out' herself to her family? Might they not brag, as many parents do, about having such an important daughter/sister married to such an important man?

Then there is this.

Friday, October 28, 2005

Most Corrupt Administration Since Harding

OK, in 04 the meme was:
'The Worst Economy Since Hoover' or
"This will be the first administration to have lost jobs during its tenure'.

Of course reality silenced that intellectual dishonesty. Facts; the enemy of the 'reality based' political paradigm.

Now we roll up on the 06 midterms. The horses are lining up to the gate so what new slogan have the Dems come up with? Well it looks like, based on the Libby indicment, it's going to be:

"The Most Corrupt Administration Since Harding".

Let's take that theory out for a little reality spin whatcha say?
Let's compare the Bush administration to the corruption in other administrations.

By my reckoning the indictment score is:

Bush Administration: 01
Harding Administration: 03
Clinton Administration: 30

Hummm..... I guess democrats are having a hard time with superlatives and history.

Thursday, October 27, 2005

An Ounce of Prevention

"Aggression unopposed becomes a contagious disease."
-- President Jimmy Carter --

Kerry Has Another Plan

Kerry Urges U.S. to Start Withdrawal From Iraq

Frankly I believe the accompanying photo should have been something like this:

Hope this Plan works out as well as his last plan:

2,000th Death In Iraq

Current US Population 295,734,134
Current Iraq Population 26,074,906

Iraq has 11.34 % of the US population.

Murders last year in US = 16,173
(and it was down from the previous year.)

16,173 x 11.34% = 1,834 murders if the US had Iraq's population.

Average of US deaths in Iraq per year = ~ 800

Many of these murders happen in the very states and cities that the moonbeams opposed to the 'senseless' deaths in Iraq live in.

Murder is far more senseless than combat death.

Anybody see the hypocrisy here?

Cindy how many were murdered in California?
How many just in Los Angeles, the gem of progressive civility ?

Hellooooo tap tap tap.... is this thing on?

Saturday, October 22, 2005

Once Upon A Time

"Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of liberty." -- President John Fitzgerald Kennedy

"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character." -- Dr. M.L. King

"A man who won't die for something is not fit to live." -- Dr. M.L. King

Once upon a time Democrats had great ideas.

Thursday, October 20, 2005

The Plame Truth

In case you only get your news from the MSM, Daly Show or Bill Maher and you want the facts on the Plame/Wilson/Rove/Bush Lied fiasco Andrew Walden over at Moonbat Central links to a piece that explains it step by step without a word wasted.

'Progessives' should read this, after all aren't they open to new ideas and ways of seeing things?

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Proposal for a New Holiblogoday

Today would have been my father's 70th birthday. He taught me the logic and virtue of conservativism. I am saddened that he passed away five years ago and never knew of the events that would shortly follow his passing. How much the world changed since June of 2000.

I am certain that he would be as disgusted as I am with the behavior and anti-Americanism of the Left. So in honor of Dad I propose a new Holiblogoday......

So ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls.... The IOpain View hererby declares October 19

Piss Off/On Liberals Day

But in all fairness let me allow a liberal to comment:

Nuff Said.