Saturday, January 31, 2004
I put a Blog For Bush banner on here, but I had to host it through Village Photos which appears to be crap. Because all I'm getting is the dreaded red X. If you have one of the banners hosted on a server, and have enough bandwidth that your willing to share it with me I would greatly appreciate it. I just can't afford to pay for an image host at this time. Not even the cheap ones.
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Friday, January 30, 2004
I'm sitting here, watching Hannity & Colmes and the segment has just given me a new reason I'm glad I'm not a Democrat. There's a congressman on there that wants the term "illegal immigrant" band because he feels it's offensive. Can you guess where this congressman is from? That's right San Francisco, California. The mecca of loony land. He wants the new PC term to be "undocumented worker" because "how can a human be illegal?". I'm am so proud to be a Republican, now more than ever.
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I thought Howie D. was the darling of the internet. But on Blogs For Bush they have lists of bloggers that have signed up for each candidates blogrolls.

Dean has 88 blogs listed
Clark has 37 blogs listed
Kerry has 18 blogs listed
Bush has, get this, 250 blogs listed

It appears that Bush has a little bit bigger grassroots community. I found an article that may explain why. It's old, 2002, but it's still good. Richard Poe

One last thing on Blogs For Bush. They have a post up about a Muslim group Wes Clark sought support from. The only this is that group was under investigation by the FBI. But of course the Gen. didn't know that.

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Yesterday was the day of remembrance for the men and woman who were lost in the Apollo 1, Challenger and Columbia tragedies. I forgot all about it. I thought it was this weekend.

This post is dedicated to:

Apollo 1 crew- Jan. 27, 1967
Virgil "Gus" Grissom
Edward Higgins White, II
Roger Bruce Chaffee

Challenger crew - Jan. 28, 1986
Sharon Christa McAuliffe
Francis R. Scobee
Michael J. Smith
Ronald E. McNair
Ellison S. Onizuka
Judith A. Resnik
Gregory B. Jarvis

Columbia crew - Feb. 1, 2003
Rick D. Husband
William C. McCool
Michael P. Anderson
David M. Brown
Kalpana Chawla
Laurel Blair Salton Clark
and Ilan Ramon

All brave men and women who lost their lives doing what they loved to do. You will remain in our hearts and prayers forever.

Sunday is the one year mark of the Columbia tragedy, I'll have another post up then for it.

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I have to thank everyone reading this. It's it now 2:04 pm, and as of right now I have had 38 hits on this blog. I know that's nothing compared to some of you, but it's good for me. That's more then I get in total on average. On average I get about 12-15 hits a day. I don't know if this is just a one time deal or what, but thank you. Stephen King, the best author alive today, refers his fans as Constant Readers. I think I may have to find a name for you all.
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Thursday, January 29, 2004
I'd like to thank Claudia over at Freedom Of Thought for this. Click this and read about what this judge in Florida did. Read what he said, then look at his picture and you'll see he has no room to talk. He should have his ass kicked off the bench for this.

This is something new I'm going to be doing from time to time. I'm going to be endorsing a product that I use and like. This could be anything from food, drink, music and video games. I'm such a sellout. Anyway, this endorsment's for a song. Yallah from Led Zeppelin. If your a Zeppelin fan, you may not recognize the song. That's because it was written and recorded in 1994 for the MTV Unledded special. It's also on the their CD No Quarter: Jimi Page & Robert Plant Unledded. It was recorded live in Morocco, so it has that Moroccan/Middle Eastern sound to it. Great song. You should by the CD, great CD. But if you don't want the whole CD, go to your iTunes or Buy Music and buy the 99 cent song.
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Found this little program on Tech TV, if your a geek or nerd then this is the place for you. Anyway, it's an HTML color finder. We all have blogs, therefore we mess around with the colors. Having trouble finding just the right color you want? See a color you like but don't know the code? This program will tell you what it is. To download it, go here.
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I didn't even know there was a debate tonight. I just happened to turn it to MSNBC and see it. Anyway, back to the topic. I just saw Al Sharpton and his ranting about how Bush lied about WMD's in Iraq, and he just spewed forth the lie about how Bush said Saddam was an imminent threat to America. How many times do we have to keep telling these morons that Bush never said that. What's more, I was waiting for Tom Brokaw, a serious newsman, to correct Sharpton. But he just threw it to a commercial instead.

On a sidenote, don't you just love it when candidates pimp out people for their own gain. Kerry did it with his Vietnam buddy and Sharpton just did it. Talking about a soldiers funeral he presided over. He made sure the people of SC knew that it took place right in SC. It's what's know as a "cheap pop". Mention the town or state and people will identify with you. But's it gets real tasteless when you pimp out someone who has died.

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We've all heard about the terrorist group known as A.L.F, Animal Liberation Front, well here's a group that's very similar to A.L.F. They say their not in affiliation with A.L.F, but it wouldn't supprise me if they were.

Even their front page is scary looking. A black and white picture of a man dressed like somekind of undercover op cammando in a movie holding a baby pig. They even tout attacks that have taken place on people and businesses like KFC, fur shops and even farms. These cowards won't even show their faces. Kind of reminds me of the KKK with their hoods. I'm thinking about added a new list of links called Terrorist with sites like these. These are some scary people.

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Wednesday, January 28, 2004
I had to post on this. Fmr. chief weapons inspector David Kay has said that Saddam didn't have WMD's. This has caused the grumblings of the left on the impeachment of Bush to get a little louder. But in all fairness, these grumblings have been around since he won in 2000. They want Bush impeached for "lying to the American people about WMD's". I was looking at some of the many sites dedicated to the subject, and many don't even list why they feel he should be impeached. I find that kind of funny. Another argument is they make is they want us to believe Bush said that Saddam was a threat. When he actually said that we need to stop him before be became a threat. If you ask me, this is nothing more than sour grapes. Their hero "Bubba" was impeached for lying to the American people, not to mention under oath, so now they want revenge. Kind of like Ed Asner and his quote about "we got Rush, next we get Hannity". If they want to go after someone for lying about Saddam and WMD's, they should go after "Bubba" and the U.N. as well. But I just don't see that happening.

To be honest, I don't care if Saddam had WMD's or not. He had to be taken out for the mass genocide he was commiting.

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Just a few things. I've added some more links. A few news sites, a link to the Oklahoma GOP and the Right Wing News blog.

Second, I just saw the first John Kerry ad. In it he was pimping the guy who's life he saved in Nam. There's a Heineken ad that shows dance teachers trying to teach an elephant and a jackass to dance. Two guys are watching it and one says, "It's going to be a long year". I have to agree. By the way, the elephant was dancing, the jackass just stood there.

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Found this bumper sticker and thought I'd share it with you. If only it could be.

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It's that time again. Wictory Wednesday. I want everyone who reads this blog to volunteer and/or donate to the Bush/Cheney re-election campaign. If you would like to help George W. Bush lead this country to greater things, go to BlogsforBush and find out how you too can become a part of Wictory Wednesday. By helping, you also get to have your blog added to the list below. Just think of all the readers you could get then.

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Okay kiddies, it's time for the third installment of Random Thoughts. The post that takes you deep into my twisted mind.

Reports are that Bush has a 52% favorable rating in California. Could he win there in November?

Why do people treat athletes like their supreme beings?

Why can't pets live longer?

Here's a "scientific" study I did. Single men tend to have female pets while married men tend to have male pets. The same for women. Single women tend to have male pets and married women tend to have female pets. Don't believe me, take a look for yourself. Why is this?

Jake's favorite radio station is VCPR

Mine is either VRock or Flash FM, I can't decide


I can't wait much longer for Doom 3, come on March

Why do men have nipples?

Video Killed The Radio Star

I hate these people who are wearing these trucker hats for fashion. Damn you Von Dutch

Have you ever seen the show Most Extreme Elimination Challenge on Spike TV? I love this show

First there was wax, then came metal, vinal, cassette, CD, Mini Disk and MP3. What could the next revolution in music storage be?

Alex Shrub for President

Fox News IS Fair & Balanced

And finally,

"Dude, How Did I Become A Star?"
Notice that hat? Yeah.

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Tuesday, January 27, 2004
I just had an overwelming urge to post this. I don't know if any of my readers have ever, are currently or are planning to join the armed services. But if so, I just want to say thank you. You are the people who put your lives on the line for people you don't even know. Some may even dispise you for doing it or even for just being an American, but know that you have at least one person whow supports you 100%. I know this sound cliched and maybe a little phoney, but I'm being totally honest. You are the some of the true heroes this world has. There's a poem I found that I really like and I thought I would share it here.

I watched the flag pass by one day.
It fluttered in the breeze
A young Marine saluted it, and then
He stood at ease.

I looked at him in uniform
So young, so tall, so proud
With hair cut square and eyes alert
He'd stand out in any crowd.

I thought, how many men like him
Had fallen through the years?
How many died on foreign soil?
How many mothers' tears?
How many Pilots' planes shot down?
How many foxholes were soldiers' graves?
No, Freedom is not free.

I heard the sound of taps one night,
When everything was still.
I listened to the bugler play
And felt a sudden chill.

I wondered just how many times
That taps had meant "Amen"
When a flag had draped a coffin
of a brother or a friend.

I thought of all the children,
Of the mothers and the wives,
Of fathers, sons and husbands
With interrupted lives.

I thought about a graveyard
at the bottom of the sea
Of unmarked graves in Arlington.
No, Freedom isn't free!!

God Bless America!

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The NH primary is over and done with, and yet again Frankenstein, I mean John Kerry, has won. The totals aren't in yet, but as of right now this is how it breaks down:

Kerry - 38%
Dean - 26%
Clark - 13%
Edwards - 12%
Lieberman - 9%

I don't know about Sharpton or Kucinich, but I'm guessing they got 1% or less. This has turned into a four man race between Kerry, Dean, Clark and Edwards. I think it's about time for Lieberman, Sharpton and Kucinich to drop out. I don't see Lieberman dropping out just yet, but I have a feeling that Sharpton and/or Kucinich will be dropping out before SC. I also said the same thing after Iowa and was wrong, so it's a guess not a prediction. I have to say that I'm feeling a little better about November now. When Dean was the front runner, I felt he had the best chance of beating Bush. And I though he would, too. However, it looks as though Kerry may just be the Dems nomination and I don't think Kerry has a chance, right now, of beating Bush.

Another little piece of news. Earlier today Edwards was asked if he would consider running as Kerry's VP. He flat out said no, let's see if he keeps his word or if he's just another politician.

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I've been promising some new links and here they are. First up is a new blog. Probably the best looking blog I've seen. Freedom Of Thought.

Second. I've added a new section of links. My heroes links. Links to the different branches of military in America. If you take a look at Freedom Of Thought, you'll see that she has military links up as well. But I didn't steal her idea. I've been meaning to put them up, but seeing them there got my but into gear. I've also added a link to a POW/MIA site. Now this idea was partly taken from FOT, as well as the show American Chopper, awesome show by the way. If you watch the show, you know that they've been working on a POW/MIA bike. So those two things put the idea in my head. There's also a link to A fund set up for the familes of firefighters lost in action. I'm trying to find a similer site for Police officers.

Third. I've added a link to a site called Bowling for Truth. It's a site that exposes the lies of Michael Moore in his books and mockumentries.

And lastly a link that has real meaning for me. The link to My dad was serving in the Army during the Korean War, so I put this up as a tribute to him. It's a site that's trying to keep the memory of the Korean War alive, but their having trouble. They need more donations to stay online. There, you can find men that you served with during the War that you may of lost contact with, look up the POW/MIA's and learn more about the Forgotten Conflict.

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Monday, January 26, 2004
I want to thank Drumwaster for giving me the idea to put up the terror threat banner. He has one on his blog and it got the wheels turning in my own head.
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Newsmax has an interesting article on John Kerry. It talks about an interview he gave in 1970. In the article, Kerry says that it was time to "almost eliminate CIA activity". And that U.S. troops should only be used under the command of the U.N. It also talks about the claims Kerry made about troops in Vietnam, and how he has no proof to back up these claims.

This is going to sound harsh, and even a little mean, but what a piece of crap John Kerry is. To think that American troops should, or would ever, be under the control of the U.N. Could you imagine how shitty our military would be if it were under the control of the U.N.?

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You may notice something different. I've changed my links around to something I like better. I've also added one., because I suffer from mild dyslexia. So I thought I would add the link incase you or someone you know has it. I've got some more links in the works, but I want a massive upload when I put them up. That's why I'm waiting.
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Sunday, January 25, 2004
Everyones taking the test, so I thought I would. I matched 100% with Bush, not suprisingly. But I also matched 82% with Kerry. Now that's scary. As for the rest:
Edwards - 82%
Lieberman - 79%
Dean - 66%
Kucinich - 53%
It didn't show my results for Clark or Sharpton

I've added a new link to the site. The cyberspace home of the blues. I urge everyone to click it and emerse yourself in the music that gave us everything. I'm also working on getting a few more links up, just waiting for permission from the webmasters.
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Nothing in the news to talk about right now, so I though I would review a couple of movies and a CD.

Johnny English
This was a funny movie. Rowan Atkinson, Mr. Bean, as a British spy. He's more lucky than he is good, but he has his moments. Not a bad movie at all. Great action, great comedy and Natalie Imbruglia. Can't stand her music, but she's hot. Best line in the film is when Atkinson says, "In my opinion, the only thing the French should be allowed to host is an invasion". Great stuff. Go and rent this. 3 out of 5.

Freddy -vs- Jason
This was a kick ass movie. The best one for the franchises in some time. Forget the horrible Jason X, this movie will restore your faith in un-killable killer. I won't give too much of it away, but both get their asses kicked by one another. Freddy's dream world is the best it's been in some time. I'm torn between renting and buying it. I'll let you choose that. 4 out of 5.

Delbert McClinton Live
If you love the blues, get this CD. 2 disks of smokin' music. It's just good, old fashion, toe tappin' music with a couple of love ballads thrown in. Go out and buy this. 5 out of 5.
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Saturday, January 24, 2004
We all saw Wes Clark defend, while weaseling his way out of answering the question about Michael Moore's tidbit about Bush being a deserter. Newsmax has an article up that talks about the facts. Here's the entire piece. Plagiarism , I know, but I don't think they'll care.

"Did President Bush "desert" the military, as radical filmmaker Michael Moore insists he did?

Presidential candidate Gen. Wesley Clark suggested during New Hampshire's presidential debate Thursday night that the facts on whether Bush ran out on his National Guard unit in 1972 and 1973 are in dispute.

But in the months before the 2000 presidential election, the New York Times pretty much demolished this Democratic Party urban legend, a myth that first surfaced in its sister paper, the Boston Globe.

"For a full year, there is no record that Bush showed up for the periodic drills required of part-time guardsmen," the Globe insisted in May 2000, in a report Moore currently cites on his Web site to rebut ABC newsman Peter Jennings' debate challenge to Clark that the story is "unsupported by the facts."

"I don't know whether [Moore's desertion charge] is supported by the facts or not," Clark replied "I've never looked at it."

The Times did, however, look at it, and found that Bush had indeed served during part of the time the Globe had him AWOL - and later made up whatever time he missed after requesting permission for the postponement.

In July 2000 the Times noted that Bush's chief accuser in the Globe report, retired Gen. William Turnipseed, had begun to back away from his story that Bush never appeared for service during the time in question.

"In a recent interview," said the Times, "[Turnipseed] took a tiny step back, saying, 'I don't think he did, but I wouldn't stake my life on it.'" In fact, military records obtained by the Times showed that Turnipseed was wrong and that the Globe had flubbed the story.

"A review by The Times showed that after a seven-month gap, he appeared for duty in late November 1972 at least through July 1973," the paper noted on Nov. 3, 2000.

The Times explained:

"On Sept. 5, 1972, Mr. Bush asked his Texas Air National Guard superiors for assignment to the 187th Tactical Recon Group in Montgomery [Alabama] 'for the months of September, October and November,'" so Bush could manage the Senate campaign of Republican Winton Blount.

"Capt. Kenneth K. Lott, chief of the personnel branch of the 187th Tactical Recon Group, told the Texas commanders that training in September had already occurred but that more training was scheduled for Oct. 7 and 8 and Nov. 4 and 5."

After the Bush AWOL story had percolated for months, Col. Turnipseed finally remembered another glitch in his story: the fact that National Guard regulations allowed Guard members to miss duty as long as it was made up within the same quarter.

And, in fact - according to the Times - that's what Bush did.

"A document in Mr. Bush's military records," the paper said, "showed credit for four days of duty ending Nov. 29 and for eight days ending Dec. 14, 1972, and, after he moved back to Houston, on dates in January, April and May."

The paper found corroboration for the document, noting, "The May dates correlated with orders sent to Mr. Bush at his Houston apartment on April 23, 1973, in which Sgt. Billy B. Lamar told Mr. Bush to report for active duty on May 1-3 and May 8-10."

Yet another document obtained by the Times blew the Bush AWOL story out of the water.

It showed that Bush served at various times from May 29, 1973, through July 30, 1973 - "a period of time questioned by The Globe," the Times sheepishly admitted."

Don't be looking for this part to come out of Moore's or Clark's mouth any time soon.

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Friday, January 23, 2004
Watching Fox News and they were talking about a new action figure out. The "Mean" Dean talking action figure. I found it here. They also have some other good ones. Bin Ladin in a pink dress, Saddam captured and in an S&M outfit and others.

We made the news. By we, I mean bloggers. Good story. Although, I wouldn't agree with Larry Purpuro and his take on our community.
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First, I want to comment on a post by fellow blogger Ted. You're right, Wes Clark has gotten weirder. To know what I'm talking about, go read his post.

Secondly. I'm thinking about taking my "support" back from Edwards. Read my 1/19 post He's Got My Support. I stated that Edwards hasn't felt the need to spread lies and smear others. Well, in his recent ad playing here, I don't know if it's playing in your area yet, Edwards talks about his 2 Americas theory. In one part he says that there's two tax systems. One in which the rich pay less and one in which the poor pay more. That's an outright lie. The rich in this country pay more percentage wise as well as dollar wise. Let's see, my mom makes around $20,000 a year and pays nothing in taxes. She get a refund from both state and federal. Yet someone like Bill Gates, who makes billions, probably pays something like 50% or more a year. Who's paying more? But like I say, there's no such thing as an honest politician. And if one says he is, there your proof.

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Sad news to talk about today. Bob Keeshan, who entertained and taught millions of children over 30 as Captain Kangaroo, has passed away. His family is only saying that his death is due to a long running illness.

I loved Captain Kangaroo. My generation is probably the last one who really knows who he was. With Mr. Green Jeans, Bunny Rabbit and Mr. Moose, I watched his show almost religiously. I loved it when the ping-pong balls would fall from the sky. Along with Mr. Rogers and Sesame Street, Capitan Kangaroo was one of my earliest teachers. Bob Keeshan will be greatly missed.

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Thursday, January 22, 2004
As you may have noticed, I've changed the name. I'm trying something different out to see if it flies. I hope you have the font DellaRobbia BT installed. Because it looks good written out in it. Not, Oh My God, that's the coolest thing I've ever seen, but it does look pretty damn spiffy. And I've also added a new blog. You know it, you love it, it's Red, White & Right. I'm getting ready to go through the list of blogs from Wicktory Wednesdays and try to get some of those up.
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Well, tonight was the only debate between the Dems before the NH primary. Was anyone else struggling to stay awake? These things are so damn boring. I'll try to remember as much as I can of what I saw. First, let me commend Joe Lieberman for his continued support of the War In Iraq. He continues to call it a just war, which it was, and when he said that "sometimes you have to stand up for what's right, even if it's not popular", I just had to nod my head in agreement. The only Dem with guts to support the removal of Saddam. I thought it was kind of funny watching John Edwards try and show what he knows about Islam. Stumbling around like that was great. Howie D. playing the race card by bringing up something about shipping Bush back to Crawford because he mentioned quotas, I missed the whole thing. If I'm not mistaken, did Dean, in his own way, elude to Bush being a racist? Isn't it also my understanding that it's Dems who support the racist program called "affirmative action"? Clark supporting Moore's remark about Bush being a deserter, while ignoring "Skislope" Dean who's standing right next to him and "Bubba" Clinton. Well, he can't slam the Puppet master.

"I will never start a war or conduct a war because we want to, I will go to war because we have to" Jonh Kerry
Mr. Kerry, we had to go to war. Like President Bush said in the 2003 State Of The Union, we have to stop Saddam before he becomes an immediate threat. Take a lesson for Joe Leiberman. And what's up with that thing he does with his tounge? Anyone else notice that?

Anyway, another uneventful debate. No one did anything to help or hurt themselves, except maybe Clark in showing his love for Moore.

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Okay people, I know I'm not the greatest speller alive. You don't need to keep pointing it out to me. That's why I put the above picture on this site. I know it already. One last time, when I get to typing my fingers move faster than my brain. LOSER, LOSER, LOSER, LOSER, LOSER. Happy? If you all don't watch out I'm going to start posting like this, heidhjd hie heohjf, so that only I know what I'm talking about. Then where would your lives be? I'll tell you where, right where they are now.
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Just a quick commentary. Why do some people, the left-wingers mainly, feel the need to punish people for making it life? We're told all our lives to work hard and make something of ourselves. Then when we do, Democrats feel the need to tax the hell out of us. The richest people of this country are already paying something like 95% or more of the total income tax each year, why isn't that enough for some. In May of last year, Michael Moore appeared on The O'Reilly Factor and told Bill that he thinks the rich should be paying somewhere around 70-80% of their income for taxes. That's outrageous. How is this fair? I think Steve Forbes had it right with his flat tax. Here's a quick rundown of his idea.

"Start by scrapping the tax code. Don't fiddle with it. Junk it. Throw it out. Bury it. Replace it with a pro-growth, pro-family tax cut that lowers tax rates to 17% across the board and expands exemptions for individuals and children so that a family of four would pay no taxes on the first $36,000 of income.
Not one cent to the IRS on the first $36,000. Anything over that would be taxed at a flat, fair 17%. "

Also, it wouldn't hurt the government to stop wasting our money on stupid stuff. Things like hundreds of thousand of dollars in grants for such stuff as the study of porn and it's affect on the female brain. Does porn make a woman horny? That's what the government is wasting our money on. Here's a great site that exposes all the crap like this, Citizens Against Government Waste. Eliminate this garbage, and taxes wouldn't have to be so high.

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Wednesday, January 21, 2004
Here's a link to a story I found rather telling. It just proves the study that was done a sometime last year that showed the youth of America is more conservative today. Count me in that group. I'm 25 and have been a Republican since I was 16 or 17. Maybe there is some hope for the future after all.
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There's a large outcry by the Iraqi's for elections sooner than later. Many believe their not ready for an election this early. As for myself, I don't know if their ready or not. But I say wait. At least untill things calm down a bit more. But you know what's going to happen either way, don't you? If they don't get their election when they want it, we'll get bitching and moaning from the left in this country as well as others. And if we give them an election too soon, and it fails, we get blamed for that. Either way, we're screwed.
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I've decided to join in on Wictory Wednesday. Every Wednesday you will see this post.

It's that time again. Wictory Wednesday. I want everyone who reads this blog to volunteer and/or donate to the Bush/Cheney re-election campaign. If you would like to help George W. Bush lead this country into greater things, go to BlogsforBush and find out how you too can become a part of Wictory Wednesday. By helping, you also get to have your blog added to the list below. Just think of all the readers you could get then.

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I had to change the pic link for Drumwaster's blog. The pic I had refused to show up. So I'll use this one untill I can find a better one, unless Drumwaster likes it. Just comment and tell me.

I have a pic for you all. Please don't open it over and over. I don't want my bandwidth eaten up. It's not that good. But, when I said that Howard Dean seemed to be possessed by the spirit of Hitler, I was right. Look at the pic, and tell me you don't see the resemblance. Just a little photo editing, but if Michael Moore can do it to the cover of his book why can't I? Is it in bad taste? Maybe. Am I being a little hypocritical? Could be. But what's life without a little fun?
Howard Or Hitler

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Tuesday, January 20, 2004
I thought I would post here the now 7 candidates and their supporters and endorsers. Give my opinion and some facts on them.

John Edwards, Joe Lieberman, Dennis Kucinich and Al Sharpton. I can't find anyone in the news that endorsing these guys. I'm sure they have there big name supporters, but I can't find them.

John Kerry. He has the support of the staple of the Democratic party, Ted Kennedy. The man that's been around way too long. I don't know. If I were Kerry, I wouldn't want a murdering drunk going around the country supporting me. Gary Hart. A former looser for the office and an adulterer. Good one.

Wes Clark. Clark has the support of mockumentry director Michael Moore. That's bad enough, but he also has the support of his puppet masters, The Clintons. That's worse. A lying piece of crap director, a former president that shamed this country and a lying senator.

And the man, the myth, the legend, Howard Dean. Dr. Dean has the support of Al Gore and Bill Bradley. Both are loosers for the office, Gore a two time loser. Janeane Garofalo, Martin Sheen & Rob Reiner. Two very extreme Left-Wing actors and a meathead.

Good company if you ask me. I'm sure there's more, but it's late and I'm tired.

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Is For Good Men To Do Nothing

Brian over at Tomfoolery already beat me to the post on this on, but I'll post it anyway. Have a gander at These pictures. This has to be the coolest truck I've ever seen. Who ever did the work here should recieve an award. Amazing work.

And I've added yet another Right-Wing nut's blog to the list. You can't miss it. This conspiracy is growing by the day, and I'm proud to be a member of it.

I've also added a comments javascript. Everyone else has them, so I wanted one. I don't expect a lot of comments, but one or two would be nice.

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I'm mad as hell, but I'm going to keep taking it. I got a new gold chain for Christmas and the damn this is starting to piss me off. Why you ask? Because I also have a beard growing. Every time I lean down, the chain rides up and locks onto a single hair and pulls it. And it hurts. So this is a warning to all you guys with beards and necklaces. Watch out.

Did you seen Dean after his loss lastnight? The man was possed by the spirit of Hitler. Screaming at the top of his lungs, waving his hands around, talking about how he was going to invade the whole country. Got that invading part from Dishwaster, another blog I'm trying to get up. Thanks. I may have spoke a little too soon when I said we may have seen the first nail in his presidental coffin. Didn't "Bubba" Clinton finish third in Iowa? I'm now more scared of Dean than ever. Not because he could win, but because he's mentally unbalanced.
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Monday, January 19, 2004
Well, it's offical. John Kerry wins the Iowa Caucauses. But there's also other big news. The biggest news for me is that the hero of the Dems, Howard Dean, came in third. Wow. John Edwards came in second, Dennis Kucinich got 1% and Dick Gephardt is dropping out. Just a great night all around. Now Kerry and Edwards have new momentum going into NH and Howard Dean seems to be in trouble. We may have just seen the first nail driven into the presidental coffin of Howard Dean. I heard that Republicans are more scared of Edwards winning than any other candidate. Well, I wouldn't say scared. Maybe more concerned. Edwards is a carismatic guy. Young and very likeable. He could win some of the southern strongholds of Bush if he were to run. But, I still hope it's Edwards -vs- Bush. If push came to shove, I could live with Edwards being president more than I could any of the other Dems.
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Wes Clark is parading his endorsment by extreme Left-Winger Michael Moore, I thought I would post who I would want backing me if I were running for office. Both are in the extreme of their perspective parties, except Nugent isn't a hypocritical liar like Moore. I think Clark should drop Moore as fast a Moore drops his camera when lunch is called. Because if Clark wins the nomination, Moore will hurt him very badly in a general election. There's plenty of Republicans that hate Moore.

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I have a new site for you. This has to be the best site I've seen in some time. On it you can create your own G.W. Bush conspiracy theory. Here's the tag line on the front page:

"Want to come up with your own conspiracy theory about Bush? Don't let Al Franken, Michael Moore, and have all the fun! Use this handy George W. Bush Conspiracy Theory Generator to come up with your own conspiracy theory!"

Here's one I came up with. "George W. Bush rigged the 2000 election so that oil companies and Rush Limbaugh could oppress minorities." It's just great fun diving into the mind of a Liberal. I've kept you in suspence long enough, the links in my drop down menu. You can't miss it. Have fun.

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Well, the Iowa caucus is tonight. The night in which people go out and vote for the candidate that they want to run in November. A night that mean nothing. The Iowa caucus means nothing. It the New Hampshire and everything after that one that means something. Anyway, I'm throwing my support behind one of the Dems running. Yes, you read that right. I, here and now, and pledging my support for John Edwards. I hope Edwards wins tonight and ends up running in November against Bush. Edwards is the only Dem running that has stayed on course. He's stayed possitive. He hasn't felt the need to bash every one of the other candidates running. He hasn't felt the need to spread lies and smear others. He looks like and genuinely good guy. A nice guy. That's what the Dems need. Not someone who's bitter and angry. Someone who shouts and cries foul. John Edwards would be the man that would get my vote, if I were a Democrat. I think it would be a great race in November if it turns out to be Bush -vs- Edwards.


Here we see "southerner" Wes Clark parading around in a New England Patriot's sweatshirt yesterday pandering for the New Hampshire vote. Wes Clark is from Arkansas, home of his puppet masters the Clintons, and he's going around showing his pride for the northern Yankees. Not the baseball team, that's just what some of us call you up north. People from he south are very proud and being southern. And with the southern caucuses coming up soon, that may have been a bad move for Clark. We are also football freaks, some are anyway, and with him wearing a Patriots sweatshirt, and the Pats taking on the Panthers from SC he could have screwed himself out of a few votes. Maybe.

Today is MLK day, and Howard Dean went to a memorial for Dr. King. How dare he do something like this. During and election year? President Bush placed a wreath at the grave of Dr. King a few days ago and he only did that because he was stumping for votes. Acording to Democrats. So the "good" Dr. Dean must be doing the same, right? Right?

As stated above, tonight is the Iowa caucus. I'll make this short, I'm tired of typing. I think after tonight, two candidates will drop out. Al Sharpton and Dennis Kucinich. These two haven't a chance in hell of winning, and they know it. So, if it's not in the next couple of days it'll be right after NH.
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Sunday, January 18, 2004
I have to throw my 2 cents into the subject of Bush going around the Senate to appoint Charles Pickering. Good move. Pinkering has the votes to be appointed, but the Democrats refuse to vote. Why? Their reason's because he's an extreme Right-Winger. He a racist that supports cross-burning. Well, Ted said it perfectly in his post. Pinkering defended a cross-burner. Read what Ted has to say about this. Democrats have been bitching and complaining for almost four years about every vote counting, well, vote for heaven's sake. Let the votes count.
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Friday, January 16, 2004
Nothing I want to blog on, so I thought I would talk about my favorite 3 albums. Well, I call them albums but for me their CD's. Although they were once on vinal, because none of them are new music. 98% of music today is crap. Enough of my gripping, on with the reviews.

3. Led Zeppelin IV - Three words, Stairway To Heaven. That song's not the only reason I picked this album, but it's the number one reason. With great masterpieces like Black Dog, Rock & Roll and Misty Mountain Hop, this is one CD that needs to be in your player. But Stairway To Heaven will send you into another place when you listen to it.

2. Dark Side Of The Moon - This is Pink Floyds crowning achivment. There's nothing I can say about this album that's hasn't already been said. This is a phenominal piece of music. Money, Time, Us and Them, Brain Damage/Eclipse. Some of the finest songs ever written.

"You lock the door
And throw away the key
There's someone in my head but it's not me.

And if the cloud bursts, thunder in your ear
You shout and no one seems to hear
And if the band you're in starts playing different tunes
I'll see you on the dark side of the moon"

Also, David Gilmour is one of the best guitar masters on Earth.

1. Back In Black - The best rock and roll album ever set to vinal, tape or CD. AC/DC put everyone to shame when they recorded this album. There is no single word in the English vocabulary to describe this album. It was created as a tribute to their lead singer who had just died a few months earlier. With songs like Back In Black, Have A Drink On Me, Let Me Put My Love Into You and the song with the best opening ever, Hells Bells, is it any wonder why I picked this one?

Eveyone one who reads this needs to go out and get these albums. Put that rap crap, hip hop, country or what ever else you have one the shelf and cover yourself in rock and roll.

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I was watching MSNBC's Hardball last night, the only show that's not on Fox News that makes sense. During the segment which has some guy going around the country and gathering a group of people together and asking them questions about politics, this time is was Iowa Caucus voters, he asked the question "Should the Dems be attacking Bush or going after each other". Only three of the people there said they should be attacking Bush. Now mind you, there were all Democrats. When asked why they shouldn't be attacking Bush, the overall answer was that they felt that the Dems should be talking not about what Bush is doing, but rather what candidates are going to do for them. "What are you going to do for me?" Chris Matthews, I think, brought this point up. What ever happened to the days of JFK? Remember when he said, "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country"? What happened to that? Now it's all about how the goverment is going to help me, what can they give me. We've lost our way. We take and take and take from this great country, yet most give nothing back.

You may have noticed that I've changed my phrase at the end of my post. I'm going to keep this quote. If you've seen the move Tears Of The Sun with Bruce Willis, great movie by the way, then you may have seen it at the end of the credits. It's a quote from Irish philosopher Edmund Burke. I think it says it all.

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Thursday, January 15, 2004
Here's the German cover for Micheal Moore's mocumentry Bowling For Columbine.

That's class there. A child holding an American flag with bullet hole in his head. I'm not too big on guns myself, but my readers know what I think of Micheal Moore. If you don't, I feel Micheal Moore is the biggest threat this country has. A mentally disterbed person with a medium for spewing forth his lies and hate speech. I also love his own brand of flip-flopping. He condemned the bombings in Kosovo, yet he's endorsing the man that was in charge of them, Wes Clark. Wow.

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Two "big" pieces of news about the nauseous nine to report on. They no longer can be called the nauseous nine. Carol Moseley Braun, the only woman on the ticket, has dropped out. My question is, why did it take so long? She knew she didn't have a snowballs chance in hell of winning, yet she wasted all this money for nothing. Ms. Braun has, not surprisingly, thrown her support behind Dean. Well, there's another 6-7 votes for Dean. But the big news of the day is that John Kerry seems to have over taken Howard Dean in a recent poll in Iowa as the front runner. You add in the margin of error and Dean, Clark and Kerry are basically dead even. But only a few months ago Dean was considered to have it in the bag. It doesn't look that way anymore. The "good" Dr. Dean may have peaked too early and may be on a gradual down slide. Look for Dean to become even more frustrated and to lash out even more at people. Like the retired man in Iowa a few night ago.

I'd like to thank Proud American Girl, don't know her real name, for this link. You can't miss it. Click it and thank the U.S. Military for all they are doing in the name of freedom. Both the link and Proud American Girl are great sites.

And second is my first attempt a making a webpage. Don't ask my why I'm putting it here. It's pure crap, but I couldn't get rid of it. It's nostalgic like. So click it and have a laugh at how bad it is.

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Wednesday, January 14, 2004
First, I'd like to thank Jake for turning me onto this blog. You can't miss the pic. But in case you're new here, it's the last pic under "Blogs Of Interest".
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We all know that Howard Dean is notorious for his flip-flopping on issues. Well, another Dean flip-flop has come to light. It seems that in 1995, then Gov. Dean urged "Bubba" Clinton to take unilateral military action in Bosnia. The same thing Dean has criticized President Bush for doing in Iraq. In the letter Dean wrote Clinton he says, "After long and careful thought, and after several years of watching the gross atrocities committed by the Bosnian Serbs, I have reluctantly concluded that the efforts of the United Nations and NATO in Bosnia are a complete failure. It is evident, however, that the cost in human lives in allowing this policy to continue is too great." Therefore, he continued, "I have reluctantly concluded that we must take unilateral action" in Bosnia to stop some of the worst genocide since World War II. Sound kind of familiar, doesn't it? To read the entire article, click HERE.
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Tuesday, January 13, 2004
Nothing to this post. I just wanted to endorse a product. I've been down with a cold for the past three days, and my nose has been stuffed bad. I got some of that Afrin nasal spray today. Damn, it works. And it works fast. It's cold and flu season, so if you have one or get one I recommend getting some of this stuff.
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You may have notice a small change in the lay out. My links were getting out of hand, so I had to use a drop down menu. Just click the site you want and click go.
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Monday, January 12, 2004
I'd like to thank the editer's fer the above aword. As some may have noticed, I'm not the best speller in the wurld. I've had this pointed out to me many a times. I try to catch as many as I can, but I just can't catch 'em all. Please, everyone, there's no need to point out every little mistake I make.
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I've added a new link to the site. Not the one I talked about in an earlier post. I haven't been contacted by them yet, but I've added a link to Yes, you read right, Some may be asking, "Why in the hell would you put a link to that site on here?" Well, I'll tell you. Like Fox News, I'm fair and balanced. Or at least I try to be. I've given you links to sites that tell the truth, like Fox News, Moore Watch and Bush's Blog. So I have to balance that out with sites that tell outright lies and spin. Like and Dean's Blog For America. It's only fair. More may come down the line, I don't know, but enjoy the two I have now.
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Sunday, January 11, 2004
There was yet another presidential debate today. But this one stands out among to others because towards the end of this one Howard Dean blew his stack and yelled at a voter in the audience. Dale Ungerer, a retiree from Iowa, stood up during a Q&A session and was telling the candidates, "Please tone down the garbage, the mean mouthing, the tearing down of your neighbor and being so pompous". He was talking about the Bush bashing that's become mainstream in the house of the Democrats. Mr. Ungerer said that, "You should help your neighbor and not tear him down". To which the "good" Dr. Dean replied, "George Bush isn't my neighbor". Here's where the true feeling of the Democrats come through. Mr Ungerer told Dean that yes, Bush is his neighbor. To which Dean screamed at the man, "You sit down. You've had your say and now I'm going to have my say". Then he went into his diatribe about how Bush is an evil liar. He brought up the tidbit about how some think it's unpatriotic to criticize Bush. All of this was done to massive applause from the audience.

Here's my thoughts on it. Of course Dean yelled at the man. He's a retiree. Dean doesn't like the retired. After all, he wants to do away with the tax that pays for Social Security. And the only time I ever hear about this moronic theory about criticizing Bush is unpatriotic is when Democrats bring it up. I've yet to hear a Republican say it. And of course there would be massive applause at Dean yelling at this man. Mr. Ungerer's a Republican and the idealogical "Deaniacs" just loved seeing Dean rip into the poor man. Way to go Dr. Dean. That's the way to win over the people. Yell at an old man just because you don't agree with him.

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Saturday, January 10, 2004
I've added a new link. You can't miss it. Click it and bookmark it. It's quite possible the best link I've added. Some great pics of the universe. I'm working on getting another link up, just waiting for permission from the webmaster. It should be up either later today or maybe tomorrow.
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As we all know, Howard Dean is a serial flip-flopper. And, not surprisingly, he's done it again. For months Dr. Dean has been going around the country saying he wants to repeal every Bush tax cut. Even the ones for the middle class. But yesterday FNC's Carl Camron caught Dean flip-floping. Now Mr. Dean wants to find a way to repeal the tax cuts, but not for the middle class. And how does he plan to do this? By cutting the payroll tax. But there's one problem with that. The payroll tax is what funds Social Security. Didn't Gore, and every Dem in America, said that Bush was going to essentially destroy Social Security? And here's Dean clearly saying that's his plan. Let's see if Gore stands up with his principals and slams Dean for this. Smart money says he won't.

Recently Hilary Clinton made a joke about Ghandi working in a gas station. We all know the stereotype about Indians and covenant stores. Remember when Trent Lott made that statement about Strom Thurman? How the media ripped him to shreds. Or Rush's comments on ESPN? The media went after him with a vengeance. How come the same's not happening to Hilary Clinton? If a Republican had made the same joke, there would a massive outcry for him/her to resign. Is there a bias? You be the judge, but I think you know were I stand on this.
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Friday, January 9, 2004
There's a small movement going around to try and get the face of FDR removed from the U.S. dime and have it replaced by that of the greatest president of the 20th century, Ronald Reagan. It was started by Washington Republicans, and I guess has a small following of supporters. I only heard about it just recently. Hell, I'm all for it. But I say let's take it one step further. I say let's remove the worst president we've ever had from the $20 and put Reagan on it. I don't see the dime thing happening, but it's worth it. FDR knew were going to be attacked by the Japanese and let it happen so we could get ourselves into WWII and out of the depression. He doesn't deserve to be on the dime.

Do I really believe that last bit? No, that's for Gohan. See how stupid we can be sometimes.

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Thursday, January 8, 2004
At least in the eyes of Howard Dean. Click Here to read an article on I'll give the gist of it to those who don't want to go because they may think it's all lies by the website it's on. It talks about a show called "The Editors" in which Dean made frequent appearances on. During these appearances, Dean said things like he thinks GW is a moderate. He now calls him an "radical". He has doubts about Al Gore. Saying that Gore isn't quick on his feet. Go read the article.
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Wednesday, January 7, 2004
As much as I hate to admit it, GW isn't perfect. He's making the biggest mistake this country has seen in some time. Damn near granting a full citizenship to illegal aliens. He wants to allow these people to stay here and work, legally. Why are these lawbreakers getting rewarded? We have people coming here legally, spending years going through the proper channels to become legal citizens and now come to find out they didn't have to. All they had to do was sneak across the border and then never learn the language, lie, buy some fake documents and *boom* their legal. They must be feeling like chumps, because that's Bush is doing. Making chumps out of them. This is a bad move. However, if Democrats were in power, they would grant them amnesty. Which is 100% worse. With Bush's plan, they only have three years, which is bad enough, but if Dems had their, they would be full U.S. citizens. So, it could be worse, but not by much.
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Tuesday, January 6, 2004
Well it seems that the fall of Saddam Hussein is having a bigger impact than some would like us to think. It now appears that countries who have sponsored terrorism are willing to sit down and talk. Libya, Iran, North Korea, Palestine, Syria and others. Why are they wanting to do this now? Could it have something to do with Shock and Awe? Could it have something to do with the capture of Saddam? I think it's yes on both accounts. With Bush not playing the wimp and standing up for what's right, the leaders of these nations are scared to death that what happened to Saddam will happen to them. They don't want to give up their totalitarian rule. With the growing desire of democracy spreading throughout the Middle East, these dictators don't know what to do. In my humble opinion, Iran will be the next Middle East country to set up a democracy. There is a massive outcry from the Iranian people, and Ayatollhah Hoseini-Khamenei will no longer be able to ignore them.

While I'm on the subject of Iran, I think it's funny has hell that the world still sees us as the the enemy. Even while we're sending more aid and supplies to Iran than the rest of the world, combined I think, to help out the earthquake relief, we're the bad guys. It was President Bush that ordered the aid and supplies be sent to Iran, but he's still worse than Hitler. Evil, evil man. How could he help them like that?

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A woman in Cleveland, OH claims she picked the winning numbers for the $162,000,000 lotto jackpot, but lost the ticket before the drawing. She says that while leaving the store where she bought her ticket, she dropped her purse and the ticket blew away. There is some evidence that supports her claim that she had the winning ticket, but without the actual ticket she can't claim the money.

Damn, talk about being pissed and depressed. I'd go on a rampage if it were me. 162 million dollars. Poor woman.

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Monday, January 5, 2004
This has to be my favorite story I've heard in some time. It seems that Howard Dean is mad as hell and isn't going to take it anymore. Dr. Dean went to the head of the DNC, Terry McAuliffe, and complained about the other presidential candidates attacking him on a constant basis. This is priceless. Poor wittle Dean can't take the heat, so he wuns and tells mommy. I love it. President Bush is attacked every which way from Sunday and is called every horrible, vile name in the book, yet he hasn't ran and told someone to make it stop. He hasn't complained. If Dean can't handle this, how in the hell can he hope to run this country should he win?
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Sunday, January 4, 2004
I wanted to blog on this diet craze that's been going around lately. Low carb, low fat, low cal and every thing else you can think of. The celebs diet secretes. And our obsession with looks. This Atkins diet is the most popular of them all. Under this plan you can't have any bread what so ever, but if you want a jar of mayo and a sick of butter for breakfast, that's okay. People, please calm down. If you spend half your day counting fat grams or calories, then you're not enjoying life. Eat that pizza, eat that hot dog, eat that cake. Drink that pop, have fun. Exorcize to stay healthy, but not so you can feel that you look good. If people don't, or can't, except you for who you are, screw them. I'm sick and tired of this obsession we have for skinny or muscular people. Me myself, I like a women with some meat on her bones. It shows she's not afraid of food and knows how to enjoy herself. I don't mind a size 14 or 15 woman. But when you wear a 1 or 2, EAT SOMETHING FOR HEAVEN SAKES. You're too damn skinny. So quit worrying about what other people think about and what they say you should look like and be yourself.
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I found this story a good read, I hope you do to. As we all know, Howard Dean like to portray himself as the people's candidate. The average Joe. Yet, he grew up a rich brat in New York's Park Avenue. In an interview with the NY Times, Dean and his mother talked about his childhood. Said his mother, "Howard didn't have the least bit of a glamorous upbringing. When I was growing up, we didn't even treat the servants like servants." Things weren't all roses and Rolles Royces for Dean as a child. Every time mother Dean would have a child, she would be forced to convert the dining room into a bedroom for the newborn. Infact, space was so tight there was barely enough room for baby Howard's live-in nurse. And according to Dean, some racism is okay. His family were members of the Maidstone Club in the East Hampton's during the time when it was a white's-only club. Dean said about this that just because his parents belonged to a club that excluded blacks and Jews, it didn't mean they were actually racist. Although, truth be told, from time to time the occasional racial epithet did slip out. "Yes, there was sort of this casual racism, in terms of the racist expressions that were used by that generation."

During the 2000 election, people went on at length about how Bush grew up a rich kid and had everything handed to him on a silver platter. Well, where's the same talk about Dean?

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I am so sick and tired of hearing Liberals across the country bitching a moaning about how they don't have a voice anymore. How conservatism is taking over the country. While it is true that this country is leaning more to the right these days, it's also a trend that happens every decade or so. Wrap your brains around this. During the 30's, this country was leaning left. During the 40's and 50's, it was leaning right. During the 60's and 70's, the country was leaning back to the left. During the 80's, it was leaning toward the right. During the 90's, back to the left and now in the first decade of the new millennium it's back to the right. Don't worry, it'll lean back to the left soon.
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Friday, January 2, 2004
It's been awhile since I've had a full post here, and there's some stuff I want to talk about. But first things first. Please forgive any spelling errors in this post. I don't have Microsoft Word anymore, so no spell check. I'm looking to download a spell check, because I need one. Two, I like Windows XP. I had ME before and thought it was okay. I didn't see what people were talking about when they said it was crap. It worked okay for me. But now that I have XP, damn. My computer is twice as fast. Nice. Third, I love my new MP3 player. It's just a 64MB RCA Lyra, but it's amazing. The sound is awesome. Forth, I love Unreal Tournament 2003. Best damn game I've ever played. Get it. And last in the nonsince department. I've been reading about people I know who have all been messing with their new digital cameras they got for Christmas. And Ted, I see you got three of 'em. I wanted one for Christmas, but didn't get one. How about sending me one of them. (Hint, Hing, Wink, Wink)

Now on to the real stuff. Howard Dean has showen his real colors yet again. He's threatened a boycott of the Presidental election next year if he doesn't win the nomination. What a cry baby. But what can you expect from a Democrat?

Go to Ted's Blog to see the real reason Momar Khadafi gave into the U.S. Great pic. See, going in and taking Saddam out has shown the world that Bush isn't going to roll over and play the wimp. His approval number are up, the economy is up and support for the action is Iraq is up. This is Bush's election to loose. 4 More Years, 4 More Years.

On the election news. There's reports that Bush is considering either Colin Powell or Condoleezza Rice as his running mate next year. Bad move, maybe. I thought he already said Cheney would be his running mate. I only hope that if Bush does ask Powell or Rice to run with him it's because Cheney made the choice himself to drop out. Also, it could be seen as pandering to the black voters. But it may also help him. If Powell or Rice is his running mate, that could bring black voters over to vote for Bush as it will bring a black person closer to being president than ever before in the history of America. I told Jake that Powell would run in '08, and now it looks like that could happen.

Again, sorry for any spelling mistakes. Bear with me. It's good to be back and happy new year.

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Thursday, January 1, 2004
Oh happy day, Oh happy day. I am back and I'm better than ever. I haven't had a computer since Christmas. I screwed mine up and had to go buy a new hard drive and Windows XP to get it going again. I couldn't retreve all my junk from my old HDD, so I lost all it and I'm trying to start over from scratch. There's so much I want to blog on, but I'm too busy right now. Don't worry, you'll all get to read my diatribes soon. One last thing. I just found out that some of you may not be able to see my site the way I ment it to look. I didn't know you had to have the fonts I used for the site on your computers. Some of the stuff I have looks too damn plain without the fonts.
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