Archive for December 19th, 2007

Dec 19 2007

Democrat Congress Backs Iraq War

Success has many fathers and mothers, failure is an orphan. After a year of votes to hold money until America surrendered Iraq to al-Qaeda, we end the year with Congress giving a clear signal they support the war in Iraq: Ending dual spending battles with President Bush, the Democratic-controlled Congress passed a $555 billion bill […]

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Dec 19 2007

Tancredo Bows Out

Apparently Tancredo’s positions on immigration issues are so widely held he has to drop out of the Presidential race to avoid a landslide win. Good riddance. America is going to stay out of the fringes for a while I suspect. Maybe Tancredo and Lamont can share their success stories with each other in retirement.

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Dec 19 2007

Most Important Polls

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While the horse race numbers in the GOP are interesting to watch move up and down, the polls to watch are electability against the top Democrat contenders. While the GOP race shifts around (and it will), the only candidate worth picking is the one who can beat the dems. And that means only using polls […]

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Dec 19 2007

The Federal Light Bulb Police Squad Has Been Established

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What a waste government can be. Michelle Malkin has the latest news on the new federal outlawing 100 watt bulbs: Tucked into the legislation is a provision that mandates the phase-out of the 125-year-old incandescent bulb in the next four to 12 years in favor of a new generation of trendy energy-efficient Gorebulbs. Apparently the […]

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Dec 19 2007

Global Warming May Have Hit Its Peak

We did experience a peak in the Earth’s temperatures in 1998 and 2001 (though NASA had to correct the record and note 5 of the hottest years were in the late 1930′s, including the hottest year). But since that period the global temperatures have remained steady, and this winter we are seeing some major drops […]

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Dec 19 2007

Democrat Sees Success Coming In Iraq

And no, it was not Joe Lieberman, it was US Congressman Donnelly who is not afraid to be objective and provide for some reasonable optimism given the blatant trend lines in Iraq: U.S. Rep. Joe Donnelly returned from a second trip to Iraq in five months encouraged that the mission there is going better and […]

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Dec 19 2007

Surrender Media Shows Why Democrat Plans For Iraq Would Fail!

Update: Some anal grammar Nazis on the left fail to understand posts (written in haste while at work) because they can’t help but shore up their shallow egos by pointing out editorial nits and missing the point (which is why most liberals miss most points, they are playing dictionary and not comprehending). So I fixed […]

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Dec 19 2007

al Qaeda Very Unpopular In Arab/Muslim Countries, Sign of Success In War On Terror

Fantastic News: This news is really important and amazing. It is a sign the Middle East could turn against al-Qaeda and spell their demise, so it gets bumped to the top for another day. When al-Qaeda started the blood letting in Iraq they took a huge risk that they would create an enormous backlash in […]

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Dec 19 2007

Christ The Fascist? Ron Paul The Ass

We have fascism in this world today. It is alive and well and it has killed tens of thousands in the last few years. It is our sworn enemy – it goes by the name ‘al-Qaeda’. But Ron Paul is having delusional fantasies – his signs of fascism are those who carry the cross. Christ […]

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Dec 19 2007

The GOP Purity Wars Rage

It all started with the nomination of Harriet Miers to the Supreme Court. David Frum led the personal attacks on the person he used to work for when he was at the White House and who he had some personal issues (he left not long after she arrived). The fall out (as I predicted) was […]

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