Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Response To Comments About Jimmy's New Book

The previous post to this one talked about Jimmy Carter's new book that demonizes Israel and calls it an apartheid state.

The proffered link is to RawStory.com, where the story can be found, and there are comments underneath.

Almost every, single, comment, is blatant hatred directed at Israel.

Where, here is what I have to say to you people:

"Wow. I thought that people hated Israel before, but now I see I had understated the problem.
First of all, you people who say "all the world's problems can be laid at Israel's door"...are you completely insane?

What about: Homelessness, poverty, disease, slavery, sex crimes, genocide, oppression, murder, and persecution, ALL AROUND THE WORLD, that have nothing to do with Israel?

Would there be genocide in Darfur if Israel didn't exist? Yes.

Would muslims around the world be targeting western culture for annihlation, without Israel? Yes!

Would N. Korea and Iran still be worldwide threats to peace, security, and indeed humanity as a whole...if Israel didn't exist? YES.

You people who blame Israel for everything from muslim tensions to you not getting your Christmas bonus are bigots. At least admit it to yourselves for heaven's sake.

Finally - if you were Israel, and your arab neighbors only wanted to kill and maim you for false reasons (The Protocols of the Elders of Zion)...what would you do? Let them kill you?
You people disgust me. And you ruin my faith in humanity.

Perhaps, just perhaps, if terrorists stopped killing Israelies (which they haven't for more than 30 years, about as long as Jimmy's been "trying to find peace")...there would be peace. Israel cannot do anything to end this conflict until every single one of their citizens dies.

Is that what you people want? If thats so...then yes, call yourself Nazis, and be proud of that. "

Ignorance isn't bliss...it's the fuel of blind hatred.

Jimmy Carter Is Blind...And Doesn't See

Jimmy Carter, Ex-President, apparently hates the Jewish people. It has been obvious for decades, as he continually spoke out against Israel, and the Jewish people, in favor of the Palestinans, who he thinks are the ones getting persecuted.

He says, "I have spent the last 30 years trying to find peace for Israel and Israel's neighbors, and the purpose of this book is to do that," Carter responded. "But you can't find peace unless you address the existing issues honestly and frankly."

Well Jimmy, this is news to me. If by "trying to find peace for Israel", you mean stumping for terrorists who kill children for no other reason than they like to....then yea, great job on that peace thing.

Mr. Carter: Either you are very, VERY stupid....VERY, VERY IGNORANT...or you are a blatant anti-semite who might as well top off your infamous career by denying the Holocaust.

The Jewish people have been hated and despised by their arab neighbors since BEFORE they came to Israel. The Arab Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Mohammad Amin al-Husseini, sided with Hitler during WW2...or didn't you know that?
(or just do a google seach of mufti and hitler...a wealth of information will come up.)

The fact is that Israel's Arab's neighbors have always been hostile towards Israel and its Jewish citizens. And, once the PLO and other terrorist organizations started targeting Jewish citizens around the world...it became larger than simply Israel, or Israel's treatment of Palestinians.

The fact is that Arab treatment of Jews and Israelis, from terrorism to oppression in their own countries, is what has caused this disconnect and harsh treatment of the Palestinians. How are you supposed to treat the people responsible for killing your fellows...for no good reason other than, "we hate you, leave."

Jimmy, you need to open your eyes and realize you're a fucking idiot, and every single Jew on this planet hates you for the universe of trouble you have caused, and continue, to cause us.

Monday, November 13, 2006

Al Quaida On Democrats Victory

Little Green Footballs has posted about a purported Al Quaida tape praising America for voting out the Republicans (what sense does that make anyway?).

This blog's readers decided to comment in droves, and some of them need a few cups of coffee to wake up to exactly what got us into this situation. Some comments:


Miss Trixie 11/10/2006 09:16AM PST

Hope you're happy, Pelosi you scum-sucking b*tch!


ghengis was a wuss 11/10/2006 09:17AM PST

let's see Pelosi deal with this one.


SpartanWoman 11/10/2006 09:21AM PST

Well done American Voters!
They recognize appeasers when they see it...hand Pelosi her umbrella


Miss Trixie 11/10/2006 09:21AM PST

Now it's time for "building bridges", "understanding our differences" and "negotiating a solid friendship through diversity and cultural training".
/Pelosi's next vapid and naive step
Bloody hell, I think I'm going to lose my lunch.


TotallySirius 11/10/2006 09:21AM PST

I'm sure glad that we'll be safer from terrorism with the dems in charge.


wong fei hung 11/10/2006 09:25AM PST

No - don't blame Pelosi and don't blame the Demoncats.
This is the fault of the AMERICAN ELECTORATE.

THE PEOPLE keep putting the same scum in power, over and over again. No one works in our interests. There are hardly ANY real conservatives left in Government. A real conservative president would have had troops along BOTH of our borders.

We are being BULLIED and PERSECUTED by the army of the Satanic Ummah and its pathetic, socialist, left-wing apostates. Until the people find the will to dedicate their energy to the creation of an INDEPENDENT NATIONALIST PARTY that works in the interest of AMERICA FIRST, defends her borders and does not allow drek like Hamas and Hezbollah to get away with the murder of her soldiers in blood, we will continue to get exactly what we deserve: liberal republicans and democrats whose only concern is the almighty $$$.

Speaker Pelosi, you have the floor. "

These are pretty representative of the rest of the posts.

What constantly amazes me is to what lengths Bush/Republican supporters will go to in order to deny that they're bungling President and corrupt representatives are the ones who not only got us here in the first place, but who still haven't been able to get us out.

Bush started this Iraq war and had it planned 2 years prior to WMD time; with all that time he couldn't have planned better? For the last two years not a single strategy has been created to handle the facts on the ground? After two years we don't have enough arabic trained/ethnic agents to help us get more information?

Basically, these Dem bashers have decided to start criticizing before even the first step is made. The democrats now have their chance to show how lame Bush really is/was, and the Bush supports are sick with fear that their fearless leaders will finally be unmasked as a worse criminal than Nixon.

All I have to say is: You republicans have made your bed, and now you have to sleep in it. Don't blame the democrats, or Pelosi, for hogging the covers, because by the time they were finally invited to bed, Islamo-fascists had already peed all over it. Now its our turn to clean up YOUR mess, and we would appreciate you NOT yelling in ear about how we can't do it before even deciding what kind of detergent to use.

Whether the metaphor is apt or not, I was sick of you people touting how good Bush was two years ago, and I'm sick of you bashing Democrats with your knee-jerk partisanship now. The Republicans have proven themselves to be corrupt, morally bankrupt, and bumbling, again and again and again. Get used to it, and let the Democrats dance, or falter, but let them take a fucking step first. Idiots.

Bush Reaches For Minor Accomplishments

President Bush's reign is at an all time low. His wars are losing, he just saw his party get massively beaten in congressional elections, and he hasn't managed to really effect any of his key legislation, from No Child Left Behind to his judicial nominees. And now his handpicked UN Ambassador, John Bolton, is about to be kicked out.

So what does Georgie have to be happy about? Well, according to The Carpetbagger Report, during Bush's weekly radio speech this weekend, he said,

"One freedom that defines our way of life is the freedom to choose our leaders at the ballot box. We saw that freedom earlier this week, when millions of Americans went to the polls to cast their votes for a new Congress. Whatever your opinion of the outcome, all Americans can take pride in the example our democracy sets for the world by holding elections even in a time of war.” (emphasis added)"

Um, Mr. President? This country has been holding elections during war for hundreds of years...this is nothing that Americans should be specifically proud about during a time when 800,000 Iraqis have been killed because of the Iraq war. If THAT is all you can think of to be proud about, that your Presidency has been a black mark on our country indeed.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

No Mercy: Democrats Hit Bush With All They've Got

I don't even know where to begin in discussing todays mid-term election results.

The republican's scandals, corruption, national debt issues, and Iraq war sunk their battleship. Not to mention the fact that the majority of Americans are waking up to the fool of a President that they voted for.

However, reading comments at Fark.com (highly reccomended site), I came across this, which definitely should give everyone food for thought.

"If Bush had fired him publicly a month ago, the Republicans might have won last night."

Whoever wrote that is very perceptive, and may actually be more than a little right. If Bush had put the faltering (okay, losing/unwinnable/stupid folly to enter into) war into competent hands, and then used the media to show whats being done about it...Yup, Bush's party might have kept their majority.

But the Republicans were so sure of themselves (read: hubris) that they didn't even bother to use those kinds of tactics. meanwhile, EVERYONE was using SOMETHING against them. Whether its scandal after scandal being exposed, or the editorial from Military Publications about Rumsfeld, or simply dissatisfaction with Bush, the Republicans decided to try and mud sling democrats instead of defending for themselves. Thank God for that!

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

What Separation of Church and State?

Last I checked, we were living in a democracy that was embodied by a bill of rights and a separation between Church and State.

However, apparently this 225+ year old piece of news hasn't reached Governor Rick Perry of Texas.

" SAN ANTONIO – Gov. Rick Perry, after a God and country sermon attended by dozens of political candidates Sunday, said that he agreed with the minister that non-Christians will be condemned to hell. "In my faith, that's what it says, and I'm a believer of that," the governor said. "

Well, Governor Perry, thats fine and all, freedom of speech and religion and all that - but when you're in public office, representing a large amount of people, don't you think its only fair that you DON'T insult your constituents OWN personal beliefs and religions? By claiming that non-christians are going to hell, as an elected official, you are basically inserting Church back into the state.

This may be a controversial stance, but when someone who isn't Christian reads that, what kind of reaction do you think they're going to have Mr. Perry? It's blatantly offensive, and for one of the most powerful people in Texas to say that...makes me not want to step foot in that state ever.

So, in summary, Perry can say and do whatever he damn pleases. But to publicly state, as the Governor of Texas, that all non-Christians are going to go to hell...Well, thats just not Kosher.

" Democrat Chris Bell said that a state leader should take more caution.
"God is the only one who can make the decision as to who gets into the kingdom of heaven," he said.
Mr. Bell declined to say whether he agrees that only followers of Jesus can go to heaven.
"I'm a Christian," he said. "Rick Perry certainly is entitled to his beliefs, but when you're in public office, you need to respect people of all faiths and denominations." "
(From same article linked above.)

Red Rover, Red Rover, Send The Actions Vs. Words On Over

Okay, first off is a philosophical discussion. What speaks louder, words or actions?

Words, by John Kerry: “You know, education, if you make the most of it, you study hard, you do your homework and you make an effort to be smart, you can do well. If you don’t, you get stuck in Iraq.”


Actions, by George Bush: "Iraq, Katrina, fiscal irresponsibility, nuclear north Korea, Cheney, sex scandal, Tora Bora, ear-marked pork, resurgent Taliban, federal debt, Rumsfeld, international scorn, Social Security, overextended military, Freedom Fries, immigration, Harriet Miers, Iran, unfounded mandates, no WMD, Clean Air/Water Act rollbacks, Abu Ghraib, administrative incompetence, Rita, lobbying scandals, Mission Accomplished, global warming, deficit spending, inadequate armor, bin Laden still free, and Bush."


Which sparks a greater response? If its not obvious to you, than look at whats behind door number 3: a lifelong GOP membership, replete with lobotomy!

In other words, what Bush and his cronies have done to this country, to the world, and to the Iraqi and Afghani people, is so unbelievably bad and horrible that there aren't words to describe it. He has shamelessly set America back 50 years in terms of international relations, not to mention human rights, and the rights of the average American citizen to live as he or she see's fit.

What Kerry did was try to point this out. So, yes, he's a bad (read: despicable) public speaker, and doesn't know the front of a joke to the backseat of a Volkswagon. But his actions, lies, and false war haven't killed almost a million people. Case Closed.

Monday, November 06, 2006

Convenient Timing From Kazakhstan

Okay, the title of todays post is a bit misleading. First off, the serious bit:

Did anyone else find it extremely convenient that the Saddam verdict was handed down, as an execution, a mere two days before election day?


On a separate note, everyone should go see Borat. But please, please, take with a grain of salt. It is meant to be funny - NOT serious. I figure hey, if we're gonna have stereotypes, might as well get some enjoyment out of them, right? Right? Echo, echo echo...

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Bush Calls The Kettle Black

Things have simply gone too far. When Bush starts to chide Democrats about being soft on terror, you can smell the bullshit from half a mile away.

"BILLINGS, Mont. - President Bush, campaigning in a Republican stronghold for an endangered GOP senator, tried to rally his supporters Thursday by portraying Democrats as soft on terrorists and opposed to conservative judges.

Bush chided Democrats who voted against legislation to detain and interrogate suspected terrorists, the National Security Agency's eavesdropping program and the U.S.A. Patriot Act."

First of all, Mr. Bush, what EXACTLY have you done that is HARD on terror? Besides starting two ineffective and losing wars, giving muslim extremists even more ammo for their Imam Mosque "death to America" speeches, and slowly but surely eroding the bill of rights?

Second of all, the legislation that these Democrats voted against were probably regarding torture and the ability of the government to spy on and infringe upon the rights of American Citizens. So I'm okay with that kind of softness.

Finally, I have reached my saturation point of this mud slinging war prior to the upcoming election. The issues are out the window, what people stand for doesn't matter, and I haven't ONCE seen a politician kiss a baby (though we might have to thank Mark Foley for that.) All we get is one party calling the other party soft, weak, dumb, corrupt, etc. This is NOT how a democracy should be run.

And let me tell you, it seems awfully like the run up to some kind of "fall of Rome" collapse of the U.S., through corruption, corruption, and more corruption.