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Those of you on Faceboook [Friday
February 1st 2008]

I just made a new Facebook group, and I hope you'll join:

The U.S. Democratic Party (and Other Terrorist Organizations)

Good column about Hollywood Half-Wits [Thursday
October 25th 2007]

Dusk for the Sundance Kid
By Bill O'Reilly for BillOReilly.com
Thursday, October 25, 2007

Actress Reese Witherspoon can't be pleased with the performance of her new movie "Rendition." It is a colossal bomb and will disappear as quickly as one of the movie's characters, courtesy of the evil CIA, of course.

Once again, Hollywood is on a "let's make America look bad" binge. This is directly caused by loathing for the Bush administration, which the entertainment left sees as a combination of the Third Reich and Emperor Nero.

Thus, a series of earnest "America is a human-rights violator" films are coming to a theatre near you, and the odds are you will ignore them.


The Sundance Kid, Robert Redford, has directed a movie called "Lions for Lambs," of which Variety opines, "Back-bendingly liberal but also deeply patriotic."

Well, that doesn't sound so bad, but then Redford goes to Rome and says this about the USA: "We have lost lives, we've lost sacred freedoms, we've lost financial stability."

Really, Bob? You seem mighty rich to me, and I believe you can make movies that say anything you want them to say. So what's this loss of "sacred freedoms" deal?

While researching this column, I came across a letter written by Samuel Goldwyn in 1961. Goldwyn was a major movie mogul responsible for hundreds of classic films. In this letter, Goldwyn tells producer Jerry Wald, "Today we are at a very crucial period in history. Even if the cold war never develops into a hot one, our country still has its hands full all over the world. The pictures we send abroad have an effect in every corner of the globe.

"We should never lose sight of the fact that, no matter how entertaining a picture may be or how much money it may make, it can do our country a great deal of harm if it plays into the hands of our enemies ... we have a great responsibility in this regard--far greater than almost any other segment of our country--and we must guide ourselves accordingly."

I believe Samuel Goldwyn, if he were alive today, would be appalled at how radical left the American entertainment industry has become. He would, I suspect, also suggest to Robert Redford that he tone it down.

There is no question that every time a Redford, Sean Penn, or Barbra Streisand bashes the USA to the overseas press, millions of America-haters rub their hands with glee. Prop up Hugo Chavez, sure. Shake hands with the Iranian fascists, certainly.

But the tide has turned against these showbiz pinheads, and the failure of movies like "Rendition" prove it. Dissent is fine. Dishonest propaganda is not.

Robert Redford and his crew might bemoan the loss of "sacred rights," but I'm with Samuel Goldwyn. These Hollywood big shots have an obligation to a country that has allowed them to become wealthy and speak their collective minds on any subject they choose.

The Sundance Kid has truly been out in the sun way too long. Wise up, Bob.

I Apologize For Posting This Filth [Thursday
April 27th 2006]

As if any of you needed yet another reason to hate that godawful Neil Young..........

The aging, whining Canadian hippie with the voice that sounds like a cat being slowly run over is about to release his new album, an album specifically recorded as an attack against the President of the United States.

The no-talent douche, whose popularity peaked more than thirty years ago, has penned a song about George W. Bush called "Let's Impeach The President."

I want to apologize for posting this. Those of you who have a brain surely will be in pain for the next few minutes.

Thank goodness our President doesn't pay attention to whining little bitches like this. Neil Young needs to go the fuck home and smash his useless guitar once and for all.

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Question [Sunday
April 2nd 2006]

Do you consider the nickname "Dubya" derogatory?
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Somebody in another community asked me, honestly, why I support the President. [Saturday
April 1st 2006]

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February 4th 2006]

Pointing you to a post on my LJ with pictures of Muslims protesting the cartoons. If you haven't heard about the latest thing Muslims have to gripe about, the entry below it gives links. Feel free to pass around all the info and pictures. You can right click the pictures and click Properties to see where I got them and to save them yourself. Everyone needs to know that Muslims will not stop until they control everything, just like Allah told them to do.


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January 8th 2006]

Pointing you to a post about an article in "Weekly Standard" exposing Saddam's terroist ties. Please pass around.


Pot. Kettle. Black. [Tuesday
December 20th 2005]

Clinton's eavesdropping and other non-Constitutional activities.

Dems are shooting themselves in the foot.

EO 12139 by Jimmy Carter, who is, if I recall correctly, a Democrat.

Spread it 'round.

December 19th 2005]

It's officially official: Media Bias is real and leans left, way left.


Feel free to spread this around.
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November 18th 2005]

I found an article in my local newspaper and I thought it made terrific points. It's called "America Needs To Wake Up". I typed it all out so you can read it. I may have made a few typos, but oh well, you get the point.

Subject: It's not all about oil. A must-read historical account of terrorism against the U.S.

(This is not very long, but very informative. You have to read the catalogue of events in this brief piece. Then, ask yourself how anyone can take the position that all we have to do is bring our troops home from Iraq, sit back, reset the snooze alarm, go back to sleep, and no one will ever bother us again? In case you missed it, World War III began in November 1979. That alarm has been ringing for years. U.S. Navy Captain Ouimette was the Executive Officer at Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida. Here is a copy of the speech he gave February 19, 2003. It is an accurate account of why we are so much in trouble today, and why this action is so necessary.)Collapse )
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I can't believe this guy still has a job. [Monday
September 19th 2005]

[ mood | annoyed ]

It just never ends with this fool.

First, New Orleans village idiot a.k.a. Mayor C. Ray Nagin (does that C stand for chump?) tells everybody on 9/15: Ok, people--this city is going to open now, and you can come back home if you want; but Coast Guard Vice Adm. Thad Allen says over that weekend: Uhm, I don't think that's such a good idea. And Nagin says the next day: Well, I have the final say and I say, this city re-opens! Vice Adm. Allen wanted to meet with Nagin to "discuss" these matters (i.e., talk some sense into this idiot who's proven he doesn't mind ignoring federal warnings).

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Email Arnold x-posted [Saturday
September 10th 2005]

http://www.govmail.ca.gov/ (has a form for email, will get through faster than regular email addy)

governor@governor.ca.gov (slower but still works)


Tell him you support his decision to veto the gay marriage bill passed by the legislature.

Tell him you support his courage in standing up for the rights of the voters of California.

Tell him that you are glad that he is setting a good example for other governors who may face the same issue. (Good if you are not from CA)

heads up x-posted [Thursday
September 8th 2005]

The feed for snopes.com is crawling with vermin, I mean liberals.
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TOONS! [Wednesday
September 7th 2005]

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GRRRR [Tuesday
September 6th 2005]

[ mood | pissed off ]

I am so sick and tired of having to listen to people blaming everything on the government. Did anyone else see the clip on CNN where a man, swimming in water that contained only God knows what, refused to be rescued? Or the man on the porch, standing in ankle deep water and filth, refused to go? Are they going to blame their deaths on Bush, too?

For the first time in 10 years, I'm taking a hiatus from a group of women I consider as close as sisters, because I can't take the ranting and raving of a few ultra-liberals who believe that Bush is the devil incarnate. I'm the second conservative to do so. We just can't take it any more and it's not worth the anger and hard feelings to constantly refute these things when those throwing them at us *know* they're right, because they're so very Left.

I told them I was exhausted mentally from a week of trying to locate people down there and with trying to get aid to people. I have better things to do than argue politics with someone who won't even consider that someone else might have a point.

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I <3 you Ben Stein [Monday
September 5th 2005]

[ mood | accomplished ]

I think Ben Stein says it best his this artical


much better then I did in the post to my personal journal yesterday anyway! heh ^^

Sorry if you've seen it before - it bears repeating!

(xposted to libtards)

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Members Only [Saturday
September 4th 2010]

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September 3rd 2005]

I kicked the moonbat liberal's ass out of here and deleted their post.

Anyone want to co-mod with me to help me whoop some ass?
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Weirdos [Saturday
September 3rd 2005]

[ mood | annoyed ]

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