Day By Day© by Chris Muir.

Thursday, June 29, 2006

It will be a noisy night...

...tonight. And it will be very difficult to sleep. The slurping sound is the liberal upstairs trying to flush country down the tube. The rumbling and vibration in the ground is the sound of 500,000 or so Veterans rolling over in their graves.

Not a good day for freedom.


Ann Coulter...

...hits the nail on the head again.

Maybe treason ended during the Vietnam War when Jane Fonda sat laughing and clapping on a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun used to shoot down American pilots. She came home and resumed her work as a big movie star without the slightest fear of facing any sort of legal sanction.

Fast forward to today, when New York Times publisher "Pinch" Sulzberger has just been named al-Qaida's "Employee of the Month" for the 12th straight month.

Before the Vietnam War, this country took treason seriously. But now we're told newspapers have a right to commit treason because of "freedom of the press." Liberals invoke "freedom of the press" like some talismanic formulation that requires us all to fall prostrate in religious ecstasy. On liberals' theory of the First Amendment, the safest place for Osama bin Laden isn't in Afghanistan or Pakistan; it's in The New York Times building.

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Global warming...

...has a really simple solution! Build a giant airconditioning unit on the Moon and point it at the Earth!

Of course this means that Hillary can't be President. Women are always too hot or too cold. We'd have to have a permanent Tank Battalion of UN Blue Helmets to guard the TOP SECRET thermostatic location and and to protect it from illegal changes that have not met standards of global thermal consensus.

I mean, hey, we've always got to take the French into consideration




Tuesday, June 27, 2006

The question is...

...whether or not to prosecute the Knee Jerk Times (aka - the old grey ... {begins with 'B' and rhymes with 'WITCH'}) and various government employees for leaking classified information which, in time of war, amounts to TREASON.

The answer is DAMNED RIGHT! And it also makes a good argument for public executions!

The problem is that the Justice Department has a problem. It is this. The midlevel and upper midlevel bureaucracy of Justice (and other federal agencies including the CIA) are not possessed of prosecutorial enthusiasm.

Why might this be the case? Are we having a blonde moment. Duh!!! That level of management in Old Foggy Bottom is currently swamped with Clinton Era Defeatocratic appointees. I have to shamefully admit to having 2 cousins that owe their existence to this environment. The most chilling comment that I heard (and I suspect that it is relatively typical) concerning the 1st G.W. Bush inauguration was...

"They stole Florida from Al! I voted for Al. The parties are better and it's more fun when the Democrats are in office."

There was a time, gentle reader, that when the Nation was at war, we came together. We are at war. The problem is seeing clearly exactly who is on our side.

Kermit the Screaming Frog

P.S. - If we seal the Northern Border, the buggers can't escape to Canada to avoid prosecution, ehh.

Monday, June 26, 2006



Sunday, June 25, 2006

Mark Steyn...

...puts a really tight pattern in the 10 ring. Good shootin here!

Last week John Kerry revealed his plan to "redeploy" U.S. forces from Iraq. This plan is different from fellow Defeaticrat Jack Murtha's plan to "redeploy" U.S. forces from Iraq to Okinawa, which Congressman Murtha seems to think is in the general neighborhood of Iraq. Iraq's in the Middle East, Okinawa's in the Far East: C'mon, how far can it be to get from the Far to the Middle? After all, the distance between the farthest fringe of the kook left and the center of the Democratic Party seems to be closing up every week.
Anyway, Sen. Kerry doesn't want to waste time "redeploying" to Okinawa. When America "redeploys," it's not going to take a connecting flight via Japan and risk its luggage getting "redeployed" to Bratislava. No, sir, in John Kerry's America, we "redeploy" nonstop, straight back to Main Street in time for the Redeployment Day parade.
You gotta hand it to these guys: "Redeployment" is ingenious. I'll bet the focus-group consultants were delirious: "surrender," "lose,","scram," "scuttle ignominiously," "head for the hills" all polled poorly, but "redeploy" surveyed well with all parts of the base, except the base in Okinawa, where they preferred "sayonara" -- that's "redeploy" in any language. The Defeaticrats have a clear message for the American people. Read da ploy: No new quagmires.
In a sense, the Democrats have already psychologically redeployed. Last week they unveiled their "New Direction for America." It's a six-point plan, two of whose points are "Cut College Costs" and "Ensure Dignified Retirement." On the first point, it's true the education system remains a problem: Many hardworking Americans are trapped in low-paying dead-end jobs as U.S. congressmen because an inadequate education left them with the impression Okinawa's in the United Arab Emirates. On the second point, I'm all in favor of a "dignified retirement": Why not try it on Kerry as a pilot program? As for the other four points, none has anything to say about national security or foreign policy.
North Korea is a weak power: Its population is starving but it's about to "test" the latest variation on its aptly named No Dong missile. I mean "test" in the sense that I test my new shotgun by firing it through your kitchen window. They're going to launch it and see where it comes down -- maybe Tokyo, maybe San Diego; maybe they'll aim for Los Angeles but it'll fall in Vancouver. Hey, that's why we call it a "test," right?
The danger we face is not a Chinese superpower or an Islamist superpower: If it's a new boss, you learn the new rules and adjust as best you can. But the greater likelihood is of a world with no superpower at all in which unipolar geopolitics gives way to nonpolar geopolitics, a world without order in which pipsqueak thug states that can't feed their own people globalize their pathologies. There would be more stories like that one the other day about the three decapitated policemen whose heads were found in the Tijuana River. But Pelosi would carry on talking about college tuition as the world sinks into economic decline, arbitrary bombings and kidnappings, and the occasional nuking.
Kerry gets all huffy if he thinks you're questioning his patriotism, so let's be charitable and assume the Defeaticrats are simply missing the point: For the rest of the world, what's at issue in the Iraq war is not the future of Iraq but the future of America. Can the world's leading nation still lead or is Kerry's Vietnam Syndrome "seared" (as he'd say) into its bones? Luxembourg can be Luxembourg. America doesn't have that option. In a nonpolar world, there's nowhere to redeploy to.
Take th plunge. Click on the link. Read the whole thing!\
Peace and all good,
PS - peace is not the absence of war

sane words...

...from Dr. Sanity!

For a group that wholeheartedly subscribes to moral relativity and subjective ethics, you've got to wonder about the left and their constant search for some kind of "moral authority" to justify their beliefs. After all, if morality is relative; if truth is subjective and there is no objective "good" or "bad"; then why bother?Let us look at their tactics to try to understand the underlying psychological motivations in this obvious contradiction.
Cindy Sheehan is an "absolute moral authority" on the Iraq war because her son was killed in Iraq. To the leftists, it doesn't matter that there are hundreds--even thousands--of parents who happen to believe the opposite. The only opinion that matters and conveys authority is one that they agree with.
. . .
In all three of these cases, the persons in question have become the left's vocal "moral authority" because they happen to agree with the left's beliefs about the Iraq war and are anti-Bush, anti-Republican, and anti-American.
What these three examples {Sheehan - Kerry - Murtha} (and there are many more) have in common is both a breathtaking subjectivism and relativism in one breath; and ideological absolutism in the next.This is as good a demonstration as any of the inherent philosophical and psychological contradictions that the postmodern left exploits in order to achieve political power.
They are perfectly aware that their positions don't make any sense and can be refuted by anyone with basic knowledge of logic and logical fallacies; but their goal is to maintain the psychological denial necessary to believe in the left's
ideology. Interpreting this defense and exposing it is essential to countering that ideology.
. . .
This theory of relativity works very well for them. We haven't heard from Cindy for a while, but we will. Soon Murtha will disappear from the MSM headlines and news shows as Haditha ebbs in the public consciousness--but both will return when another milestone in the Iraq war is met and surpassed or when something unquestionably positive happens--as we witnessed when Zarqawi was finally dispatched from this space-time continuum.
You might want to remember all this when the cycle of gloom, doom and quagmire starts up again. Those who take the time to counter the left's relativistic and out of context arguments will never get the exposure that the original article receives.
It's just a matter of opinion or semantics anyway. Right?
The heading at the top is a link to this piece by Dr. Sanity...

I am so happy...

…that my son was in Desert Storm 1 and not in the current conflict. I do not look forward to my Grandson going to War on Terror Round 3 regardless of whether it is in Iowa or in Iran. I am currently so exceedingly happy that I could chew up nails and spit out bullets. I have not felt this overpowering amount of ‘Joie de Vivre’ (O.K. - this Frog’s French is a bit rusty) since Tet 1968. Let me translate this. I am really PISSED OFF!

Hello Ding Dongs… The immigration thing is about security. Seal the freakin’ borders (both of them!) first. Give me a credible and working enforcement system second. Let’s enforce existing law before we put another layer of skin on the bureaucratic onion! After we do this, we can let the Demorats’ hammer out a GUEST VOTER PROGRAM. If the ILLEGALS can get a better place in the citizenship line because they are UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS, then me and the young horse should have a better place in the law enforcement line because I am an UNDOCUMENTED BORDER PATROLMEN!

Onward and upward…

What is really keeping 28 years of bottled wrath resulting from my “SPIT ON WELCOME HOME” in 1973 stirred up is the MSM and Congressional Turncoats’ spin on the war on terror. Hello, again. WE’RE WINNING AND THE BOYS ARE DOING A DAMNABLY FINE JOB ON THE FRONT LINES. GOD BLESS AND WATCH OVER THEM!

The only things keeping me sane (the Silly Goose might contest the point) are the Oklahoma Congressional Delegation that knows how vote (Coburn – Istook – Inhoff) and continues to vote the ‘RIGHT’ way. And folks like Mark Styn and Ann Coulter who put a reality spin on the news! Oh Yes… And Alexander Solshenitskyn, who sounds (in retrospect) amazingly prophetic!

I hope that your Bog is happier place than mine. I’m really pissed off.


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