Archive for June 16th, 2005

Jun 16 2005

Rabid Rangel

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I saw this story on Yahoo and just had to repeat a comment I posted on my favorite political forum today. Here is Rangel: “Quite frankly, evidence that appears to be building up points to whether or not the president has deliberately misled Congress to make the most important decision a president has to make, […]

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Jun 16 2005

Who Is Bin Laden?

I was following up on a Newsmax story about possible future Al Quaeda attacks and ran across a lot about the source Dr. Saad al-Faqih. In doing so I ran across an in-depth interview with the good doctor with the Jamestown Foundation site. The article has a lot of good information on how Bin Laden […]

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Jun 16 2005

KOS Is A Blind Fool

Jawa Report provides a visual comparison between Saddam’s torture and what has been reported at GITMO – something DailyKOS sees as identical acts (so why are the moonbats following this blind man?). Just go and see the pictures, but have a strong consitution. Navland Rumblings asks a good question of Blind Man KOS: If Bush […]

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Jun 16 2005

White House Fights Back

I have allows felt Bush will become more aggressive in his second term since his political success is going to be based on his drive to get things done and not so much on elections. The first hint this was happening was earlier this week when he blasted the democrats for being the party of […]

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Jun 16 2005

Honor Our Fallen: Stay the Course

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I posted recently about a rep congressman who is asking us to throw away the sacrifice of 1700 Americans lives for no good reason. Powerline has news today from Iraq which shows why we must honor those who have sacrificed by completing our task, and not focusing on dates on a calendar. What could be […]

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Jun 16 2005

To RINO or not to RINO?

That is the question. I have never been comfortable in touting every last item of the party line. Our Coalition of the Chillin was established because many are not ready to see failures in a myriad of small events when the larger indicators show a steady shift towards conservativism in this country. A little humility […]

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Jun 16 2005

Downing-gate Memos

The MSM is all atwitter with selected Downing Street Memos. The problem is they are selecting the ones that support their wishful-thinking-about-Bush’s-Watergate dreams and ignoring the ones that blow holes in these dreams. Mark Coffey at Decision 08 has been doing a bang up job on keeping track of the total picture on this subject. […]

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Jun 16 2005

Steele-ing A Dem Senate Seat

The news that Lt Gov Michael Steele is preparing for a run for the Senate seat being vacated by Paul Sarbanes is going to start sending shock waves through the democrat circles. Steele is the perfect candidat to snatch a democrat seat for the GOP. The local MD papers are trying to find reasons he […]

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Jun 16 2005

Dysmal Durbin Un-Repentant

We posted earlier on Dysmal Durbin’s outragous comparison of our military (and therefore us) to the most murderous despots of the last 100 years. Well it seems Sen Dysmal is not sorry at all for the comparison: Sen. Dick Durbin refused to apologize Wednesday for comments he made on the Senate floor comparing the actions […]

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Jun 16 2005

Warner’s Chances are Slim in ’08

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There has been a lot of positive press in the media for VA Gov Mark Warner, spinning him as a centrist democrat (which he is not). He is a wealthy businessman who did well in the tech boom of the 1990′s and helped establish a very successful company (Nextel). But his record in VA is […]

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