Hunger S. Dumbson
- Bongo Journalist-

Telling the awful truth in blunt language

Location: United States

Sunday, August 08, 2010


Controversial Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpiao may have reached new limits of daring-do yesterday when he arrested President Barack Obama during a speech in Phoenix. Arpiao took Obama into custody on a charge of "mumb...ling with intent to orate" after someone broke the president's Teleprompter in a the middle of a speech during which Mr. Obama was detailing the blossoming economy.

Robert "Glib" Gibbs, the president's official mouthpiece, said Arpiao's conduct was treasonous and predicted the sheriff would be charged with sedition and either executed or imprisoned for life. Gibbs said Attorney General Eric Holder was trying to determine Arpiao's heritage before filing charges, as his surname ended in a vowel.

"Arpiao is a well-known racist and we have information that his thug deputies were involved in the destruction of President Obama's Teleprompter," said an enraged Gibbs. "We managed to spring the president within about an hour of his detention, but not before he was deeply humiliated by this out-of-control sheriff!"

According to sources who requested anonymity, Mr. Obama was clad in pink boxer shorts when rescued from a tent by members of the Secret Service. He was transported to Walter Reed Hospital for treatment of possible Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Arpiao was unapologetic following the incident. "This guy can't even prove he's an American citizen," said Arpiao. "If he messes with me, I'll deport his butt to Kenya."

Meanwhile, Michelle Obama reportedly cut short her $750,000 vacation in Europe and was en route to Walter Reed to console her husband. Mrs. Obama and her entourage of 430 friends and relatives departed Madrid shortly after receiving the news.

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Returning soon

With lots of stuff on the new regime of Dear Leader and Company.

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

What is America coming to?

Imagine sending your kids off to school, but when they get to the bus they are told they can't get on because they speak English.

That's right, English.

It happened to a few children in St. Paul and now the school district is apologizing.

Every day brings some new idiotic news such as the above. Where will it end?

I think we know. There is an ongoing social war against everything "American" and, if the enemy has its way, our nation will fade into obscurity. Sad.

Monday, December 25, 2006

Christmas lunacy

Need proof that the Left is way off the Rectum Scale when it comes to sensibility? It’s not hard to find.

Look at all the mania over Barack "Yo Mama" Obama. Here’s a guy with two years experience in the Senate being hailed as America’s future, our savior. Here, during the most critical moments of our republic’s history, wherein existence or total destruction lie in the balance, nuts on the Left are rallying around this untried dude like he was the reincarnation of Marx or Trotsky.

Will the real Obama please stand? Yes. I think we need to know something about this fellow. What’s he for? What are his positions? He’s just about a total unknown at this point, yet the moonbats perceive him as the next occupant of the White House.


Friday, December 22, 2006

Resisting Reality

SAN ANTONIO, Texas (Reuters) - U.S. Hispanic groups and activists on Thursday called for a moratorium on workplace raids to round up illegal immigrants, saying they were reminiscent of Nazi crackdowns on Jews in the 1930s.

"This unfortunately reminds me of when Hitler began rounding up the Jews for no reason and locking them up," Democratic Party activist Carla Vela said. "Now they're coming for the Latinos, who will they come for next?"

This is an apples-to-dump trucks comparison, typical of radical Democrats. Might someone point out that the Jews rounded up by the Nazis weren't law breakers, something that can't be said about the illegal aliens rounded up here? Of course, reality is an alien beast to these folks, so that point goes right over their heads. Fools.

Sunday, November 19, 2006

Woe is we

I have never been much of a fan of John McCain and, after seeing him on the dwarf, Stephanopoulos’ show this morning, I’m even less of a fan.

McCain is a mealy-mouthed fence sitter. He tries to fudge his positions to include everyone under his umbrella of concern. He doesn’t believe in gay marriage, but government shouldn’t discriminate against anyone; he didn’t believe in the tax cuts, but he would continue them now; we’re losing the war in Iraq and it would be immoral to keep sending more people to a losing effort, but we can’t cut and run; he’s for abortion in case of rape, incest or life of the mother, but doesn’t see a constitutional amendment that will make that a reality.

The guy is simply a mass of contradictions, apparently designed to appeal to everyone, no matter what place they occupy in the political spectrum. That attempt is so patently phony that he will appeal to almost no one in the final analysis, even if he manages to get the Republican nomination.

I wouldn’t vote for him even if Hillary Clinton was an alternative; certainly I wouldn’t vote for her either, I’d have to sit out the election. And Rudy Giuliani, another alleged Republican being touted for president, is another I wouldn’t support, mainly because he’s an anti Second Amendment RINO; McCain, I might note, is not a firm supporter of the right to bear firearms himself. I’m very skeptical of military officers who are somehow fearful of law abiding citizens possessions weapons. Colin Powell was another of that ilk, one reason I’m glad to see him out of the current political circus.

Let’s face the facts--Republicans are fucked in 2008. Either one of those dudes might beat Clinton in 2008, but that wouldn’t be especially good news for us. And if by some miracle she becomes the first female president, that won’t be good news either.

The only hope for 2008 is that Republicans can win back at least one house and keep the idiots in the executive and the other in line. After two years of Democrat bullshit of the kind we’ve seen in the few days since the recent election, that may not be beyond the pale.

Nancy "Prune" Pelosi seems certain to fuck up at every turn, as she did with her futile effort to support John "Mush Brain" Murtha for speaker and her apparent intent to push Jane Harmon aside on the Intelligence Committee in favor of Alcee "Show Me De Money" Hastings, a former federal judge impeached for taking bribes.

So much for countering the "culture of corruption" as promised, but then Hasting is black and has the black caucus pushing his sorry ass for all it’s worth, so no doubt it’s a fait accompli.

No, Virginia, that’s not racism. That’s reality.

Saturday, November 18, 2006

Not enough of a bad thing

As bad as 9-11 was, the worst thing about it may be that it wasn’t bad enough.

Certainly that’s an odd statement, but one that I believe is true. I say that because, here five years after the fact, most people seem to have forgotten about its impact at the time. That’s apparent because the majority of Americans either don’t believe we’re in a real war, or in case they do, think we should get out of it as quickly as possible. The truth of those statements is made evident by the results of the recent elections.

It will probably take something extremely drastic to put many Americans in the mental mood for the war they face, whether or not they realize there is an ongoing conflict that won’t end simply because they refuse to accept its existence. Perhaps 3,000 dead Americans don’t mean much to some folks so long after the fact--unless those Americans died on a battlefield, and then every one counts a hundred fold.

Those who seek to disengage from Iraq and bring the troops home apparently don’t realize that such action will not save America lives, but will, in the long run, cost more American lives. Withdrawal will embolden an enemy that cannot defeat us but for us defeating ourselves. By words and deeds, the Left in America has given the enemy reason to hang on just a little longer; by questioning the honesty of the war, by maligning our troops and their actions, by looking for misdeeds in everything the Bush administration has done.

I suppose the refusal by some to understand the dangers we face comes from the fact that we are in a war unlike any every confronted before by America. Certainly, comparisons to Vietnam are bound to rise because, there too, we fought an enemy in a situation where friend and foe were many times indistinguishable. As many on the Left point out, we fled in the face of that war, left the ground running (flying in helicopters actually at the end) and America still survived.

True, but there are differences. The Viet Cong or North Vietnamese weren’t about to come to America to kill us after we left. They were not fanatics in the sense the current Islamofacists we face are fanatics. They had no real desire to crush our culture or enslave us to a particular religion or philosophy. They just wanted us the hell out of their country, which is, upon reflection, a reasonable position.
Of course, we could have defeated North Vietnam in two days--hell, we could have defeated it in 30 minutes if we’d had the stomach to blow it into oblivion. That we didn’t is probably fortunate, because at that time there was still a strong Soviet Union with its military might and a nuclear capacity of mutually-assured destruction, not to mention dark China lurking in the wings, not yet as capable as today but dangerous nonetheless.

Moreover, that misguided effort to control the political flow in Southeast Asia resulted in the formation of a counterculture that has transmogrified into the clown show of extreme liberalism we are experiencing today. God knows, in my mid-twenties at the time, I became a part of that circus, with my beard and long hair, dope and Trotskyite proclamations. (I was not aware at the time of Churchill’s dictum, which loosely goes "A man who is not a liberal at twenty has no heart; a man who is not a conservative at forty has no mind.")

Perhaps we will have to suffer a monstrous attack before the reality finally sinks in and those who are now confused come to face reality. It’s great to talk about "peace and love" and how we should "negotiate" instead of go to war. But negotiating, like tangoing, takes a least two. You can’t negotiate with people who want nothing more than to see you dead, period.

Sure, the war has been mishandled. The enemy should have been crushed by a force so overwhelming that victory could not be denied. All the politically correct bullshit preferred should have been set aside; if the enemy fired on our troops from cover of mosques, those mosques should have been reduced to rubble. All the rabble and trash in this country who support the enemy by word or deed should be rounded up, charged with treason, and executed forthwith.

I can hear the whining leftist after terrorists manage to touch off a nuclear device in the middle of one of our populated areas and kill hundreds of thousands of Americans--somebody should have done something, somebody should have protected our sorry asses. All the useful idiots will be whimpering then, unable to do anything because of their impotent pacifism and expecting the government to pull their slimy fat out of the fire.

Fuck them. And fuck you if you’re number among this mentality, as I know many of you are. I hope when the big blast comes, it kills you and your family first. No. I hope it doesn’t kill you, because I want you around to suffer, to see what your fucking ignorance has wrought. I want you to whimper about peace when some Islamofacist bastard is taking your head off right under your chin.

Maybe, in your atheist hell, you’ll all gather and talk about "peace and love." I hope you have fun with your big circle-jerk.

Saturday, November 11, 2006

It's nice to have honest people in control

The link says it all.

Friday, November 10, 2006

The worm starts to turn already

Here it is three days after the election and the Dims haven't even taken control yet, and yet some of these libertarians are beginning to second guess their yearning for the lefties to take charge. I think it's funny as hell, and baby, it's only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to fucking things up totally.

We've heard a lot of bullshit about "culture of corruption" tied to Republicans in Washington, but Prunie Pelosi & Company will set new records for that--even the idea that an impeached former judge, now congressman, might chair an important committee is enough to let you know what's about to go down.

And what are people using for brains, shit? I keep hearing all this talk about Barack Obama for president in 2008. This guy has two years in the senate and already he's an expert on running this nation? I don't think so.

Let's face it: he's getting this talk simply because he's black and can put two sentences together without sounding as nuts as Jesse Jackson or Al Sharpton.

This damned country is going to hell in a hand basket, and I suppose the best way to view it is the sooner the better. The people in charge now, or soon to be, don't give a rat's ass about fighting an enemy that has sworn to destroy us, all they can think about is raising taxes and regulating something.

That old fossil idiot, George McGovern, has even been dragged out of the trash heap of history to present his plan for disengagement in Iraq, which is simply turn tail and run and let the terrorists know what cowards we have become. And this on a day when al-Qaeda in Iraq released an announcement that they won't rest "until the White House is blown up."

And Iran views the election results as a win for that nation. What does that tell you?

Maybe, with this kind of thinking, we deserve to be defeated. Somebody said we get the kind of government we deserve. If that's true, it only goes to show the depths to which we have sunk as a nation and a society.

Thursday, November 09, 2006

Giving in to the maniacs

Rummy was thrown to the wolves today, which doesn’t reflect that well on George W. Bush, in my opinion. I’ve always been a big Bush supporter and admirer, but I’m beginning to wonder if my loyalty hasn’t been misplaced.

Make no mistake about it--Rumsfeld was sacrificed to appease Prune Pelosi and the leftist guard that is now in control. And I doubt the sacrifices will stop there, because once those liberal sharks have tasted blood, they become like great whites with insatiable appetites.

I can understand that the left would have a hard time working with Bush with Rumsfeld still in charge of the war. But truth is, they’re going to have a hard time working with him under any condition, unless he bends to meet their every desire. I don’t believe he will do that, but then I might be surprised.

There is one thing we can take away from the elections--Republicans got just what they have asked for. They haven’t done shit in some time and have spent more money than drunken sailors. The chickens had to come home to roost at some point and they did.

Another good thing. A lot of these newly elected Democrats are either conservative or have branded themselves as such. They’re not apt to go totally along with the radical element led by people like Pelosi.

Another good thing. After two years of these yahoo assholes, people will be more than ready to get back to something sensible.

Only problem is, can we survive two years with these anti-war bungholes in power? Maybe, maybe not.

At least Republicans who lost aren't whining about "crooked elections" and demanding recounts. That shows which party is about the facts and truth.

Friday, November 03, 2006

OK, so the British are stupid

I just didn't know how stupid.

Actually, I don't think the majority of British people are that dumb. But their sorry ass media is over the top in more ways than on can count. Most of these rags, and the BBC, would love to see America destroyed. I suppose that happens with weak ass nations which continually need help to keep their fat out of the fire.

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Yeah, but only because Kerry wasn't elected

"Let me think carefully about this," Dean said in a political riff reminiscent of his days as governor. "I think George Bush is the most incompetent president we've had in our lifetime. I mean, nobody would accuse President Nixon of being incompetent."

Or Dean.

A different racial angle

If Barack Obama makes it all the way to becoming the Democratic nominee for President in 2008, a feat he says he may attempt, a much more complex understanding of the difference between color and ethnic identity will be upon us for the very first time.

Stanley Crouch has some unique thoughts on race and politics.

Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Is this an "October suprise?"

Network news coverage has favored Democratic candidates in the midterm election, and the page scandal involving former congressman Mark Foley has been the main story line, drawing almost as much coverage as Iraq and terrorism combined, a new study finds.

Nope, don't think there's any surprised here.

Monday, October 30, 2006

Something to ponder

I certainly don't want to speak ill of someone who gave his life in the service of his nation, but the article linked above gives rise to some questions. It states the captain joined the Corps at the age of 17 and was killed in Iraq at the age of 33, this year. I'm wondering how this man managed to serve 16 years and attained a rank no higher than captain, which would amount to two promotions over all those years.

Certainly, Newsweek and MSNBC fell in love with the story because of the obvious anti-Bush administration slant. I suppose it's reasonable they would use anything with that slant irrespective of any other questions that might arise--much like the media have milked the Michael J. Fox thing, even though now Fox has admitted he hadn't read the Missouri law and, consequently, didn't know what the hell he was talking about.

Thursday, October 26, 2006

Is this what America wants?

Liberals can't win with ideas because they have none, thus they resort to this kind of underhanded bullshit. Are these kinds of thugs what you want running your nation? I don't think so.

Ah, so enlightened

This is a good example of part of what's wrong in the Muslim world. What idiots.

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Sly as a fox? Maybe not...

Let me say at the outset that Parkinson’s disease is a nasty thing and one can only have sympathy for anyone who has it. That said, I think it’s despicable for anyone to exploit the condition as Michael J. Fox recently did in a political ad supporting embryonic stem cell research.

Fox, who acknowledged in a book that he had foregone his anti-palsy medication before a Congressional appearance to enhance the symptoms of his disease, actually lied during the political ad. He said that Senator Jim Talent (R-MO) had tried to make stem cell research illegal. Fact is, stem cell research is legal everywhere and is being done everywhere, the conflict arises as to whether or not the government will contribute funding for research using embryos, which currently it does not.

Some on the left are shocked that Fox has been attacked for his actions in making this ad and, obviously, trying to elicit sympathy. And too, there are some who are incensed that he has misrepresented things and has, in effect, given false hope to those with a number of physical conditions that might (might is the key word) be helped by such research somewhere far down the road. To date, stem cell research hasn’t accomplished a cure for anything and some involved doubt it ever will.

Fox, debilitated or not, is fair game when he plays activist and interjects himself into a partisan debate as he has. I don’t believe he was "acting" as Rush Limbaugh suggested (Fox isn’t that good of an actor in anything I’ve seen him in), but I do suspect he had skipped his medicine in order to worsen his appearance during the commercial.

The denizens of Hollywood seem to be slow learners. Most Americans aren’t all that impressed when these holier-than-thou assholes proclaim this or that as the gospel truth. In fact, they have a piss poor record of affecting anything in a way that is positive for the lefties.

Thankfully, they haven’t seemed to notice that.

Insurgents attempt to sway elections

It shouldn't come as any surprise that insurgents in Iraq have stepped up their attacks on Americans during the month of October. They know they have the America media in their pocket and they're trying to influence the upcoming elections in order to promote Democrats and liberals, most of whom would cut and run at the first opportunity. I don't believe Democrats are going to regain control of anything during the upcoming elections, however. Most Americans aren't that stupid, contrary to what the NYT thinks.

Mainstream media, and especially those here in America, are the best friends the enemy has. CNN recently even went so far as to display a tape of enemy fighters sniping a number of America soldiers in hit and run operations. This would have been unheard of in an earlier time, when all Americans understood the dangers of such enemies and such actions and what they meant for the future of our nation. Now, anything that makes the Bush administration look bad is fair game.

Of course, the war has been handled poorly in many ways and so is subject to some valid criticism. For one thing, insufficient troops have been used in this effort--there should have been a crushing force used, with all the politically correct bullshit left somewhere else and the goal of total victory employed from the outset. And America returned control of Iraq to an unstable young government much too soon, before there was anything to control.

The only solution at this point is victory. We can't leave with that undone or else we're surrendering our future. Granted, Iraq has proven to be a magnet for radical Islamic maniacs, but that is a good thing. It has brought them to a place where they can be killed, instead of leaving them widely dispersed throughout the world, where they are relatively safe.

The old leftist talk that Iraq has "created terrorists" is simply bullshit. It has simply exposed those who are for what they are.

Saturday, August 19, 2006

Is Sharpton becoming Cosby?

Even old Reverend Al can say something sensible at times. What a surprise!

Tuesday, July 04, 2006

The Health Police and more bullshit

If you believe this bullshit, I have a couple bridges in San Fran to sell you.

Monday, July 03, 2006

Sheehan's hunger strike - let her eat cake

Other supporters, including Penn, Sarandon, novelist Alice Walker and actor Danny Glover will join a 'rolling" fast, a relay in which 2,700 activists pledge to refuse food for at least 24 hours, and then hand over to a comrade.
Wow, what a brave bunch of sons of bitches! Going a whole 24 hours without their caviar and the finest cuts.

Frankly, not a one mentioned there I wouldn't love to see starve to death. As for Sheehan, that old hag can either starve of get run over by a train. I'd prefer starvation, more suffering involved.

Fuck the courts - again!

A federal idiot judge issued a temporary restraining order Monday barring the Navy from using a type of sonar, allegedly harmful to marine mammals, during a Pacific warfare exercise scheduled to begin this week.
Oh, I'm sure marine life is much more important that enemy subs lurking off our ports. What's wrong with these fucking idiots?

Sunday, July 02, 2006

Fuck the courts

The more I think about it, I believe President Bush should simply defy the Supreme Court in the Gitmo trials matter. The very notion that terrorists captured on the battlefield should have the same constitutional rights as American citizens is appalling. And to bring the rights afforded by the Geneva Convention into it is total insanity.

We're losing control of this country to the judicial branch of government. People want something, legislation is passed and then the courts warp their understanding of the constitution to deny it. They have become the primary lawmakers in this nation and that was never meant to be. Courts, at all levels, overstep their authority and allow personal biases to interfere with their decisions.

Lincoln defied the Court during the Civil War, the only case I'm aware of when such has happened. He suspended the right of habeas corpus because he believed it was essential to the survival of the nation. (He also jailed a number of dissidents and shut down some newspapers. Can you imagine what would happen if Bush went to that length?)

The problem today is so many people don't seem to understand that we're at war, simply because were aren't engaged in a fight with traditional soldiers who wear uniforms and fight under a specific flag. But believe me, the enemy we face today is far more ruthless than any we have faced in the past, including Hitler.

Bush won't defy the Court, however. He's too amiable to all these assholes trying to do him in constantly. Hell, he even invited the NYT and LA Times to a dinner at the White House recently, after they revealed all that classified information.

Maybe the idea was to poison the bastards. That's the only way I would have invited them.

Saturday, July 01, 2006

Maybe Time should take them some pulled pork sandwiches

Here's one for the who gives a fuck column. I don't care if all those bastards starve themselves to death, the sooner the better.

Friday, June 30, 2006

Let's deny America any way possible

Ever since artist Joe Shuster and writer Jerry Siegel created the granddaddy of all comic book icons in 1932, Superman has fought valiantly to preserve "truth, justice and the American way." Whether kicking Nazi ass on the radio in the '40s or wrapping himself in the Stars and Stripes on TV during the Cold War or even rescuing the White House's flag as his final feat in "Superman II," the Krypton-born, Smallville-raised Ubermensch always has been steeped in unmistakable U.S. symbolism.

But in the latest film incarnation, scribes Michael Dougherty and Dan Harris sought to downplay Superman's long-standing patriot act. With one brief line uttered by actor Frank Langella, the caped superhero's mission transformed from "truth, justice and the American way" to "truth, justice and all that stuff."
Does that surprise you? It shouldn't. Just more of Hollywood's typical anti-American bullshit. That's why I no long patronize their offerings.

Thursday, June 29, 2006

The Sup-REAM Court

The Supreme Court, or at least those black-robbed ninnies on the leftist side, might as well rename themselves the Sup-REAM Court after the reaming they gave America and the Administration on the Gitmo trial process. I don't know whether those five liberal bastards are on the payroll of the New York Times or al-Qaeda itself, but they are doing everything in their power to destroy us.

The Court found that Bush cannot on his own order military trials for those evil head-cutting sons of bitches now contained at Gitmo, but that they must be afforded all the same constitutional safeguards as the rest of us--never mind that these folks were captured on foreign battlefields and haven't set foot on American soil. I suppose the idea is to give them trials in US federal court and call in soldiers from the battlefield to testify against them. What are these ignorant motherfuckers drinking?

More scary, SCOTUS ruled that the Geneva Convention applies to these maniacs. Never mind that they are members of no recognized military organization or signatory, wear no uniforms, target civilians and in no way fit the definition of a standard army which is bound by rules, however much those rules may be ignored or bent.

The good news to all this is that the idiots didn't order all the murdering bastards released. And too, apparently Congress can pass legislation to empower the president to order military trials; I'd be willing to bet the ACLU or some so-called "human rights organization" (you know, the ones who raised such a fuss when our two soldiers were recently slaughtered) will challenge any such law passed, however. These fuckers want Bush to fail and if it takes anything detrimental to America to do it that's OK, too.

And wouldn't you know that most Democrats are applauding the Court's misguided action. The Court has upheld the rights of these poor, unfortunate murdering sons of bitches. Oh, the terrorists knew their money was being tracked anyway, one old Democrat congressional bag said.

Sure they did, but they didn't know the methodology, the exact way it was tracked. Now they do and no doubt they will find ways to get around it.

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Those white dudes have no rhythm

Barack Obama: "Nothing is more transparent than inauthentic expressions of faith: the politician who shows up at a black church around election time and claps off rhythm to the gospel choir."
Hey man, that was Al Gore!

Monday, June 26, 2006

NYT - Traitors in our midst

I read on one blog where someone couldn't imagine what would possess the New York Times to reveal classified information that greatly aided our enemies. I suppose in a perfect world, and in an earlier time, such would be hard to imagine.

I have no such difficulty. I understand that the Times hates George W. Bush so vehemently that any act it can accomplish to harm him in any way is acceptable--even if it damages the nation as a whole. And I understand that the Time's loss of circulation and readership (and ad revenue) would drive them to try anything to gain readership.

Of course, none of those reasons are good enough to place the lives of Americans in jeopardy, and that's exactly what they have done. They may use that old "freedom of the press" cry as vindication, but it doesn't wash; the founding father gave the freedom of speech and press to the public, not to some institution that believes it is above the rest of us. There's nothing in the First Amendment that gives anyone the right to be traitors to their nation in the name of free speech and more especially not when dealing with forces would want to destroy our very way of life. It's total insanity, born out of greed and arrogance.

There have been some calls for the Justice Department to take legal action against not only those who reveal secret and classified information to news organizations, but to those news organizations who publish it. I believe that is justified in certain cases--not with "whistle-blowers" who are apprising the public of some misdeed or corruption, but with those who give information out of hatred and spite for the administration (or any other administration) that will harm the public welfare. These people need to be punished and severely at that.

The editor, the publisher and the reporters who presented the information to the public (and to al-Qaeda) are all traitors and should be treated as such. The death penalty would not be too good for them.

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Ah, the "Rainbow" Family of peace

Sounds like a bunch of sixties wannabes that need their fucking head whipped with clubs, but the poor little chickenshit Forest Service was scared off. Suppose they were afraid they would offend some of the lefties.

Drop a napalm on the mofukas, that should do the trick.

Lefty high on snuff?

Is lefty Eleanor Clift a snuff addict?

Judging by the screen capture at left, the answer might be YES! She looks like she's on the front end of a massive "Garrett's Sweet" rush.

But then it could be that the old bag is just bored by her constant attempts to prop up a lot of lefty bullshit that won't fly. That's a problem a lot of moonbats seem to have nowadays, but alas, it doesn't stop them from filling the airwaves with their foolishness.

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

OK, where are they?

I'm talking about all those human rights advocates. You know, the ones who believe America is evil because we put panties over some filthy murderer's head at Gitmo, or "humiliated" them in other ways. Those human rights folk really get upset when people are humiliated in any way, if you'll recall all the hell they have raised.

Unless it's American victims, that is. They don't even get excited when American troops are kidnapped, brutally tortured and executed, like the two young soldiers found today.

Serves us right, I suppose. Payback because America is an imperialistic nation that has thrown its weight around too much, shat on the little people and all those backward sons of bitches. We get what we deserve.

Wise up, people. You're not going to defeat this kind of filthy enemy playing nice with them, playing by the rules. It's either down and dirty or get the hell out of Dodge.

Monday, June 19, 2006

She chose the wrong religion

Had the young lady been a Muslim, she would have been allowed to give her address without having the microphone cut on her. It would have been politically incorrect and perhaps a slap at alternative religion to do that.

Jeez, can't things get much worse? Probably, and that's unfortunate.

Sunday, June 18, 2006

Huh? You didn't know?

Before 2001, the section of the U.S. criminal code under which the men were charged applied to those who operated money-transmitting businesses and knew they were doing so illegally. Under the Patriot Act, operators no longer have to know they are transmitting money illegally.

When has ignorance of the law ever been an excuse to break it? Never, I believe.

NYT promotes anything anti-God, America

The New York Times has a habit of doing long pieces on bullshit that doesn't serve American interests particularly well, especially when it comes to promoting the cult of Islam. It's amazing that they seem to despise the idea of a Christian God so much, and yet find so much to promote in Allah, the distorted concept of a Creator espoused by Muslims.

Calling the clerics and devotees depicted in this piece "moderates" doesn't mean much, when they don't choose to condemn the terrorists who they claim distort the words of their so-called holy book. However, they can find it in their hearts to make moral equals of collateral civilians deaths caused by American military actions and the kidnappings and murders performed by terrorists of their religion, although the one is merely an unfortunate accident and the other a planned and malignant scheme carried out by madmen.

What the NYT is doing is helping Islam recruit more people for their malignant religion, which is especially appealing to blacks, as many of them feel like outsiders to begin with. They hate the American system and are ready to throw in with anyone who hates it equally and wishes to see it destroyed.

Sadly, our government does little more than appease those who wish us all dead, on these shores at least. People are eventually going to have to get off this politically correct horse and take back control of our destiny before we reach a point where that is no longer possible.

Saturday, June 17, 2006

A word to the Health Police

If you don't like what's in the fucking food, DON'T EAT IT!

This is being tough?

In an extraordinary show of toughness against one of their own members, Democrats voted 99-58 Thursday evening to strip Rep. William Jefferson, a Democrat from New Orleans accused of accepting bribes, of his seat on the Ways and Means Committee. The vote allows Democrats to maintain that they do not tolerate impropriety, yet the sanction already has placed a strain on the caucus.

This is a dude who was caught with $90,000 in marked bribe money in his refrigerator and it takes someone tough to vote him off a committee? Christ, what did this writer (and the Democrats) use for brains?

You know what bothers me? The 58 voters who didn't see any reason to remove Jefferson from the committee. That's how tough Democrats are.

The article doesn't mention the Black Caucus specifically, but I suspect none of its members voted to expel Jefferson. And solely because he is black.

The Dixie Shits live up to name

"The entire country may disagree with me, but I don't understand the necessity for patriotism," Maines resumes, through gritted teeth. "Why do you have to be a patriot? About what? This land is our land? Why? You can like where you live and like your life, but as for loving the whole country…I don't see why people care about patriotism."

Natalie Maines may think she's being cool saying such things, and no doubt a lot of waterheads will still buy their music. But how about all those tour dates they had to cancel lately because of poor ticket sale? If "the entire country disagrees" with your position, and you rely on the country for a living, what good are you doing expressing it?

Those fickle anti-establishment types won't keep the Shits Chicks going forever. They will wind up a dusty little footnote in history, right where they belong.

Friday, June 16, 2006

It's better to be bald

Really, have you ever seen a worse comb-over in your life? And seriously, does this dude believe he's fooling anybody?

It's amazing the lengths a man will go to in order to avoid the appearance of a bald pate. Unfortunately, most of those lengths lead to something that is far more unsightly than a melon shining in the lights.

I submit that Mr. Groome shouldn't be worried about "What makes us Catholic." He'd be far better off wondering why in fuck do I do this to my head?

That's the real question.

Thursday, June 15, 2006

A new "Abu" to kill

The asshole at left is Abu Ayyub al-Masri, new replacement head-cutter for the recently deceased Zarkman. He looks like the kind of punk someone would pick on in gym class, although reportedly this picture is several years old.

Hopefully, our troops will be able to locate, and terminate, this prick before too long. The coalition has terrorists in Iraq on the run now, with all the raids and successes arising from the location and dispatch of Z-man, which led to the discovery of a cache of useful documents. They should keep the pressure on full steam, despite calls from Democrats to begin thinking about a withdrawal in the face of our recent successes and the establishment of a government.

Indeed, running now is the last thing we need to do. What we need are more troops to clean this situation up quickly, to stomp them into the dust while they are in disarray and reeling. I don't expect the administration to send more troops, however, not with elections coming up in November; it's a shame politics plays such a role in our military ventures, but it's a fact of life.

Aiding and abetting

Seems to me this falls under the heading of aiding and abetting criminals. Why aren't these people stopped by the law? They are helping people violate our laws, so it seems reasonable they could be arrested for it. And they should be.

Mush-mouth Murtha

Goodie. Big-mouthed Murtha may have to take the witness stand and reveal who told him Marines in Haditha were cold-blooded murderers. Bet he'll have a difficult time coming up with an answer to that question. Maybe he'll commit perjury and wind up with his old ass under a pen somewhere, that would be nice.

Iman Bush? I don't think so

This crazy "cleric" has suggest that Bush convert to Islam in order to put his soul at peace. What's the odds of that happening?

Slim to none, I'd estimate. I think he'd get a whole lot more peace of mind if he sent one of the Black Ops outfits out to swat this stupid old fly.

Poor old Dan

It seems CBS management has finally noticed that Rather is indeed brain-dead. It took them long enough.

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Oh, those fickled Hollywood stars

I hope this doesn't mean Bono is deserting the War on AIDS for the National Clap Foundation.

Another idiotic John Kerry statement

"No matter how brave our soldiers are, no matter how valiant, no matter what their caring ... our soldiers cannot bring democracy to Iraq at the barrel of a gun," Kerry said Tuesday at a gathering of progressive Democrats.

I'll be damned. It's a good thing George Washington and his boys didn't know as much as Kerry, else we'd still be paying the British tea tax.

Is John Kerry really this stupid? If so, he not only doesn't need to be president, he doesn't even need to be a senator. Must be that tinfoil hat fucking up his mind...

The media is stuck on stupid

President Bush pulled a surprise trip to Iraq yesterday to greet new Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki face to face. We've also learned that special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald has determined he doesn't have any reason to indict Karl Rove in connection with the Plame CIA leak. Add to that the recent justice administered to Zarqawi, and it has been a good past week for Bush.

So what does the press concentrate on during Bush's news conference today? Hell, they're still stuck on Abu Ghraib, the prison scandal from a couple years ago. You know, the one wherein those who put panties over some asshole's head or threatened the head-cutters with dogs have been tried by the military and put in jail.

The media also concentrated on Guantanamo and those poor victims of incarceration there, the ones who should be tried or turned loose--you know, like we tried all those soldiers taken prisoner during WW2. I don't know why we don't just turn them loose and give them their firearms and blades back; at least that would give us good justification to kill them in self-defense, because surely the first thing most would try to do is murder their liberators.

Idiots, fucking idiots! Period. They cannot find one silver lining for all the clouds, at least not if it involves GWB or the military or the real state of things in Iraq. The sad truth is, they hate Bush, the man who is trying to protect them, more than they hate the people who are trying to kill them.

It makes no sense at all, but I suppose hatred from that particular element of the Left is not supposed to make sense. Nothing else about that point of view does.

Poor Al Gore, big movie man

Professor Bob Carter of the Marine Geophysical Laboratory at James Cook University, in Australia gives what, for many Canadians, is a surprising assessment: "Gore's circumstantial arguments are so weak that they are pathetic. It is simply incredible that they, and his film, are commanding public attention."

But surely Carter is merely part of what most people regard as a tiny cadre of "climate change skeptics" who disagree with the "vast majority of scientists" Gore cites? No; Carter is one of hundreds of highly qualified non-governmental, non-industry, non-lobby group climate experts who contest the hypothesis that human emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) are causing significant global climate change. "Climate experts" is the operative term here.

Why? Because what Gore's "majority of scientists" think is immaterial when only a very small fraction of them actually work in the climate field.

For several years, Gore has been close to a certified nut case and this kind of thing doesn't do much to change that appearance. I suppose losing the election simply drove him over the edge and into some sort of fairly land where he actually believes his environmental horse shit.

Obviously, many qualified scientists don't.

Sunday, June 11, 2006

Hmmm, I thought ROVE was Bush's brain...

But guess I was wrong. After all, Time magazine knows everything--or at least everything that might tend to make Bush and/or Republicans, the military, and the United States, for that matter, look bad.

This was a given...

You had to know that someone (like CBS) would put forth the idea that Zarqawi was beaten to death by Americans after the bombing. Since such an allegation puts America, its troops and GWB in a bad light, they obviously would believe the word of some Iraqi neighbor of the former "safe house," who is no doubt a good Muslim incapable of telling a lie.

Let me say this: I don't give a damn if he was beaten to death. Indeed, if Zarqawi was alive enough to take a beating, they should have simply beheaded the son of a bitch like he would have done to any of them.

And another thing: I don't give a rat's ass if 30 or 300 prisoners at Gitmo have committed suicide, so stop telling us about the three that did. (They were probably beaten to death too, right CBS?) Fuck all the people who worry about the fate of this scum. You couldn't concoct a terrible enough end for them to equal what they deserve.

There really shouldn't be a Gitmo. But unlike all those idiots now calling for a closure of the facility and a release of the inmates, I wouldn't have had them there to begin with. Those captured with no intelligence value should have been executed on the spot. Those who had information should have been interrogated in clandestine locations and then summarily executed after the information was obtained by whatever means necessary.

Sound cruel and insane, I know, but then we're not fighting a normal enemy. These people aren't troops conscripted by the Nazis or the Emperor, or even Uncle Ho, caught and ready to call it quits and go home to mama. These terrorists intend to change our way of life. It's more of an obsession than a goal and they will never be happy until it is accomplished.

The only way to defeat them is to destroy them totally, because as long as they draw breath, there will be no peace from them.

Saturday, June 10, 2006

Explain this

If we listen to the MSM, a majority of Americans are opposed to the war in Iraq. Why is it then that the Army has again, and for the 12 consecutive month, met its recruiting goals?

I suppose one explanation could be that the media is distorting the polls and lying to us. That's obviously a safe assumption—remember all those exit polls during the last election? The results were doctored in an attempt to influence people who hadn't voted yet. It didn't work anymore than most of their other attempts to snow the public.

Let's face the facts: both major political parties today leave a lot to be desired. But in my estimation, Democrats (and especially that rabid left-wing variety that has seized control of the party) leave more to be desired than do Republicans. The Dems want to make the November elections about the "culture of corruption," but their own corruption has stifled that opportunity. (Maybe they should make William Jefferson Speaker of the House if they take control in November, and if he isn't in prison by then.) They believed they would use the corruption angle to wrest away corrupt Republican Duke Cunningham's seat in Southern California, after old Duke got 8 years in Slam City for more bribery than you can shake a big stick at.

They lost that opportunity, because they didn't understand that in that particular area just north of the Mexican border, illegal immigration is the real issue. It's wetbacks, stupid! But they don't have tenable positions on immigration or the war or practically anything else, so it's hard for them to make a good argument for their case, or at least an argument that is going to place them in the winning column with a majority of Americans.

What the Democrats do have a lot of are people like Murtha and Pelosi, Dean and Kerry and a host of others who destroy their chances every time they open their mouths. These people very frequently speak to the constituents that elect them time and again, but they never seem to realize that the enclaves of rabid leftist who vote for them don't exceed by far the limits of their jurisdictions. They wind up preaching to the choir and the rest of the congregation gets up and beats big feet for more sensible climes. And, screwed up as they sometimes are, Republicans represent that destination at the moment.

Make no mistake about it—I'm a big George W. Bush fan. I think at this particular moment in history he is perhaps the only man for the job. He's smarter than most of the people who call him dumb, he's got more real heart than all those bogus bleeding hearts who whine for the well-being of terrorists and head-cutters, and he has the balls to do what is necessary regardless of a media that have decided to destroy him at each and every opportunity. And he takes all that in good stride in a way few of us could—hell, if I were the president with all that clandestine resources at my disposal, many of those rabid, psycho critics would doubtless be "disappeared" in the night, never to be seen again.

Of course, the media view Bush as arrogant because he doesn't kiss their asses like they have become accustomed to expect. He doesn't care about their phony polls because he realizes that they are simply out to get him and he knows most Americans realize that too. He's not perfect by a long shot, but he's the best we could hope for at this time when our nation is under threat by devotees of a mindless religion whose stated goal is to convert, or destroy, everybody in the world.

Read the Koran, I didn't make that up. You become Muslim or you die, period. That's it.

Thursday, June 08, 2006

The bastard be gone!

Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, otherwise known as a goat-raping, murdering son of a bitch, has busted the big middle of hell wide open, thanks to the U.S. military air action and two 500-pound bombs in his breakfast. We don't know if his favorite goat perished in the big blast, but if so then he had 72 virgin goats waiting for him when he arrived in the Pit of Hades shortly after the big BOOM! Have fun, Al!

It goes without saying that some on the Left are upset with this. Over at Dailycrumbkos, the notion has been expressed that the killing was simply for the purpose of taking the Haditha issue off the front pages. I suppose some of those wet-brains believe we've had al-Zarqawi stashed away somewhere and were just waiting for the proper media opportunity to stick him in a "safe house" (if this is "safe" give me dangerous!) and blow him up. I also suppose this was a plan concocted by the evil Karl Rove, with a mild assist by Dick Cheney and Rumsfeld playing the boards on the rebound.

According to one report I read, the father of Nick Berg, the American contractor murdered in Iraq a couple years ago, condemned the killing of the terrorist as more of Bush's retribution. This man's son's head was reportedly cut off by al-Zarqawi personally, so that should tell you just how insane some of the Left is in this country. Pitiful.

Wednesday, June 07, 2006

C'mon, admit it - you're a coward

Is that so hard to say, Lieutenant? You're a stinking coward, period. If you didn't have the balls to serve, you should have stayed on the porch with the little dogs.

As I understand it, missing movement during wartime can be a capital offense. If that's the case, then this dude should be tried and, if found guilty, executed. But he won't be, no. He'll get a slap on the wrist following which he will become a saint for the dailykos, move-on types. You know, a martyr like those misshapen idiots who strap bombs on themselves and kill in the name of a child molester called Muhammad.

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

What's it to be?

This should tell us for sure if Iran wants nuclear power for energy purposes, or has intentions of building nuclear bombs. In any case, it should open up the road to further sanctions if Iran refuses the offer.

I'm betting weapons is what they are after, so this proposal will go by the wayside. I'm not sure it's a good idea to make such offers to outlaw countries because it sets the stage for international extortion by any any number of despotic leaders.

Global warming - hogwash

See this column for a reality check. Al Gore has no doubt caused more atmospheric damage than his movie will ever correct. But who cares...after all, he IS Al Gore.

Sunday, June 04, 2006

Literary Fool

I saw John Updike on one of those Sunday morning political shows (the dwarf's program) this morning. I used to like Updike's books, but I don't think "Terrorist" is one I will be reading. Like most liberals, he has become a total nitwit. I must admit, that doesn't surprise me, because from that point of view there is nowhere else to go.

Friday, June 02, 2006

Where is it?

Are you one of the legions waiting breathlessly for Microsoft's Vista to ship?

Maybe you shouldn't be...

The prisons are filled with who??

Looking at the most wanted lists of L.A. and NYC, it's easy to see why we hear all that crap about minorities being "picked on" when it comes to law enforcement. Of course, if they were more law abiding, they likely wouldn't get "picked on" so much.

No doubt a great percentage of those folks are illegal aliens as well. It should be noted that they will trim your hedge and edge your lawn before slitting your throat and robbing you, however.

Thursday, June 01, 2006

Idiot alert! Idiot alert!

What would have happened had you said this? I'll tell you. The Secret Service would be all over your ass.

Why aren't they all over this idiot's ass?

More great news!

The mainstream media continutes to meltdown. Can't happen fast enough to suit some of us.

This doesn't surprise me

This poll by ABC says exactly what one might expect it to say: that most Americans don't believe members of congress are somehow holier than the rest of us. Indeed, if anything they're probably a few degrees more dishonest.

Tuesday, May 30, 2006


This sounds like good news to me.


What was this ungodly idiot doing during the 8 years he was vice-president?

Monday, May 29, 2006

Don't expect to see this in the NYT

Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid accepted free ringside tickets from the Nevada Athletic Commission to three professional boxing matches while that state agency was trying to influence him on federal regulation of boxing.

Reid, D-Nev., took the free seats for Las Vegas fights between 2003 and 2005 as he was pressing legislation to increase government oversight of the sport, including the creation of a federal boxing commission that Nevada's agency feared might usurp its authority.

Sunday, May 28, 2006

Murtha, the piece of feces

Pasty John Murtha on "This Week" this morning with that dwarf cretin lambasting American troops in Iraq. This so-called "war hero" is a fetid piece of shit who should drop dead before the sun set if there was any real justice in the world. Murtha has the Marines accused in a massacre convicted already and has no hesitation to get before the world and spout his senseless drivel. One can only hope that the son of a bitch dies of rectal cancer soon.

On for the "who gives a shit?" column

Bruce Springsteen is expressing his political views? Is there anything we could give less of a rat's ass about? Phonies like Springsteen will say anything they think the young "hip" dummies who constitute the bulk of their audience want to hear.

Springsteen should learn how to sing before he starts worrying too much about politics and pretentious statements. Sure, he's made millions, but then there are nitwits who will pay good money for anything, including his silly drivel.

Thursday, May 25, 2006


I just can't believe this story. U.S. Navy ships are still allowed to fly the American flag? My goodness, isn't that apt to insult some other piddling nation and turn more people against the U.S. of A.?

Seems to me we should be willing to give up things like our national identity and sense of patriotism in an effort to get along with all these other enlightened nations, ragheads or not. It also seems to me that displaying an American flag—even in American waters—is a sign of American imperialism and disrespect for a lot of other worthless nations, including much of Europe and practically all of the Mid-East.

But I could be wrong...

Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Idiots abound in Michigan

One of these days, the people are going to have to do something serious about idiots like these. I mean real serious.

Sunday, May 21, 2006

New Orleans Idiots

The idiots of New Orleans have spoken and have returned Ray "Nowhere" Nagin to the helm of their city. This is the dolt who hopped around like a one-legged man at an ass-kicking contest while the city flooded and people died. But of course he's black and his opponent was white, so that counts for something. NO idiots feels it's better to have an incompetent black than take a chance on a honky.

Hopefully, Bush and Rove won't direct another hurricane to hit The Big Greasy during the next four years and spare the fools the results of their folly. Meanwhile, Nagin can strut about and pretend he knows what the hell he's doing. That should be good for a few laughs.

Saturday, May 20, 2006

Fruit Loops

Oh my, aren't these faggots creative. Like who gives a rat's ass about their so-called art? Screwing butts and sucking cocks isn't all that artistic really. Queers suck!

Friday, May 19, 2006

Senator Nitwit

About the kindest thing you can say about Harry Reid is that he is a nitwit.

Of course, you can say the same thing about any number of officials in our government. But Reid is among the more stupid.

Monday, May 15, 2006

Teacher as idiot

In a time when students are being expelled from school and, in some cases, arrested for drawing pictures of people shooting guns at one another, what the hell is up with a teacher like this fool? Why is a drafting teaching giving students "fiction" writing assignments to begin with?

There are lots of things about this situation that stink. I would be willing to bet that the teacher is a leftist radical type and the people he would like to see shot are Republicans. That's the way it works with those fools.

He should be fired without hesitation. But he won't be, because no doubt the administration of his school is under the grip of left-wing idiots just like him.

Sunday, May 14, 2006

Glenn Reynolds is a prick!

Have you ever seen such a self-absorbed egotistical asshole as "Professor" Glenn Reynolds? He should be out of the classroom and into the courtroom, where one can find a multitude of braggarts and buttholes of his caliber play-acting at their grand superiority.

Fuck him. This site gets more hits in five minutes that Reynolds gets in a week! Who needs an "Instalaunch" when they can get a DumbsonDump! Hell yeah!

Friday, February 10, 2006

I'm back

And I shall howl soon. What I shall howl about is yet to be determined.