Thursday, October 26, 2006

A New Approach

We need to re-think our approach to politics.

Quit thinking Democrat or Republician. They are the same kind of animal, controlled by the same forces.

If you're in the jungle being eaten alive by a big cat, I don't think you'll be concerned whether it's a lion of a tiger, or in any political situation, a Republician or a Democrat.

Think "Incumbent".

If the incumbents--those people who are now holding public office--are doing what you want, vote to keep them in office.

If they are not, vote to throw them out.

Vote in anybody--republician, democrat, independent--doesn't matter. If they are proposing things you like, vote for them.

If they don't do what you want, then the next election you vote to toss them out. Repeat the process until you have a government that does what you want it to do.

Makes politics--and voting--a whole lot easier.

Monday, October 23, 2006

A Lot Of Rice

I was watching the NASA channel and they said something quite interesting about the Hubbell space telescope.

They said you can take a grain of rice between your thumb and forefigner, hold it at arms length, point it anywhere in the night sky, and Hubbell has shown us that in that small space hidden from view behind that grain of rice are thousands of galaxies. We, of course, can't see them with the naked eye, but Hubbell has found them.

And it doesn't matter where you do this. Behind that one grain of rice are thousands of galaxies, most of them far larger than our own milky way galxay, which is small and relatively insignificant by astronomical standards.

Try to imagine enough grains of rice--held at arms length--to cover the entire night sky. How many would that be? Now multiply that number the by the thousands of galaxies behind each grain.

That's the portion of the universe we can detect using our best human technology, most probably a small portion indeed.

Science wants us to believe that all that came from some incredibly small point of "something" that exploded into everything that exists today. All the mass, all the energy--the entire universe--from a spot so small we humans could never detect it.

Religion wants us to believe that some vastly superior life form spoke a few words and created it all from nothing.

Religionists ridicule scientists for their "everything from a eentsy-teensy speck" theory, and scientists chuckle at the religionists over their wand-waving super being. Religionists can no more prove the existance of God and heaven than the scientists can prove the existance of that original speck.

Near as I can see is that it takes blind faith (thoughtess acceptance) to believe in either idea, because if you actually stop to think about it, they're both full of holes.

"Thumpers" point out that a lot a scientists have admitted to the existance of God. Well, those folks are no longer scientists, they've become religionists.

"Eggheads", if they wanted to take the time, could point out that a lot of church-goers have accepted the big bang theory. Well, those folks are no longer one of the flock, they have lost their faith.

At this point in the debate, I can only conclude that humans, biologically limited as we are, may never know the facts.

As a result, I would dearly like to all the arguments, grief, misery, fights, wars and destruction being caused by the people in both camps--who really don't have a clue--to just stop the mayhem, until somebody has some real answers, like maybe in 500 million years or so.

Saturday, October 21, 2006

See Spot Run, See Spot Change

The usual is once again occuring.

Incumbant politicans, mostly the Replubicans who are up for re-election, are singing a new tune more in line with the public mood, even to the point of openly defying the warmonger-in-chief and his cadre of drum thumpers.

It's almost psychedelic to watch their "spots" change as they travel up and down the campaign trail, promising nothing... but loudly declaring how awful so much of everything is today, and how they intend to, or plan to, or want to change it--if re-elected--just like they promised last time.

Don't buy it for a second. No matter how much makeup or sleight-of-hand they use, their spots will remain the same and will re-surface right after the election. Soon as they get back inside the Beltline, it will business as usual.

Like Jack Cafferty says, vote out ALL the incumbents. Period. Doesn't matter who you vote in, at this point it's the message that's important.

Thursday, October 19, 2006

None Of Your Damn Business

From MATT APUZZO,Associated Press Writer

A federal judge has ordered the Bush administration to release information about who visited Vice President Dick Cheney's office... The Washington Post asked for two years of White House visitor logs in June but the Secret Service refused to process the request. Government attorneys called it "a fishing expedition into the most sensitive details of the vice presidency."
Amazing. The vice-President's visitor's logs. If that isn't 100% public information, I don't know what is. What are they hiding, to claim that the visitor's log is part of the "most sensitive" aspects of the vice-presidency?

Not only do we need toss out the cretins in the White House, we need to fire all those above-the-law "protectors" in the secret service who make these bastards feel safe and secure from the American public.

It's not just Bush, Cheney, Rumsfled, and's also those hut-hut-hut brainwashed idiots who protect and empower them.

If it weren't for that massive ring of armed federal protection around Bush and his traitorous cohorts, maybe they wouldn't be so brazen and defiant towards the American people.. and their welfare.

I fully agree with that commentator on the Lou Dobbs show. We need to toss out ALL of them and just start over. There's only about seven hundred or so up there in Washington--Selling America and it's people down the river--the smallest of minorities ever to destroy a free nation.

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Phew! What's That smell?

Eyebrow raiser number one:

Marilyn Monroe was talking on the telephone to Louise DiMaggio when she was murdered and was able to utter the name of her attacker before she was killed, according to a new book by DiMaggio's niece June DiMaggio.

June DiMaggio claims that her mother was speaking long distance with Marilyn Monroe when the actress was killed and that her mother heard Monroe blurt out the name of her killer.

Eyebrow raiser number two:

CNN reports that a manuscript written by Hitler outlining his step-by-step plans to conquer the world has just been found.

Both of those stories smell to high heaven.

The story about Marilyn is pretty transparent... let's sell some books time.

But... the one about Hitler's "discovered" manuscript has me puzzled, particularly the timing. Anything to do with Hitler has always had a huge propaganda purpose behind it.

Who's up to what here?

Bang Away, Kim

North korea has notified China that they intend to conduct at least three more "nuclear" tests, supposing that the first test was actually "nuclear".

If their first test was actually a nuclear detonation(now estimated to be less than one kiloton), it was way smaller than your average Russian suitcase bomb, more like a change purse bomb.

It they wish to deplete their supposed stockpile of fissionable materials playing scientist, well good for them, that much less material for a real bomb.

It's obvious there is no radiation threat from these detonations(so far), it took our very own federal government almost a week to detect anything, and what they finally detected may be just background radiation anyway.

Monday, October 16, 2006


The US federal government announced a couple of days ago that it had not detected any radioactivity in the air from a North Korean nuclear device.

Now the US federal government is saying that they did find radioactivity in the air after the North Korean explosion.

The difference is subtle, but obvious. What they are not saying now is that the radioactivity they found in the air was from a North Korean nuclear device, only that they found radioactivity in the air.

Well, you can find radioactivity in the air at any time and any place on earth, since there is a natural radioactive background everywhere, so the federal government is not actually lying. They have told the truth, but not the whole truth, hoping that we will connect the dots erronously and conclude something they did not say about something that did not happen.

Federal government mouthpieces now say they estimate the Korean explosion to be less than a one kiloton yield(using scary nuclear bomb techo-babble), but again, they do not say that it was a nuclear explosion.

You gotta watch these federal government sleezeballs like a hawk. They are past masters at deception by omission, and they can always count on the TV news bobble heads to connect the dots for you... erronously.

Thursday, October 12, 2006

More Big Stones

In Lebanon, there is a place called Baalbek. At that spot are the ruins of an incredibe structure that contains some of the largest shaped stones on earth, including a group of three stones called the Trilithon of Baalbek, each weighing over eight hundred tons. Many other stones, weighing in at five hundred to seven hundred tons, were used to construct this incredible place. These huge stones are in the foundation--or platform--of the site, on which temples dedicated to various gods and goddesses were later built by whatever civilizations came along.

One other stone, the largest ever discovered, is called the "Hadjar El Gouble", or "Stone Of The south". It weighs 1,170 metric tons and lies askew in the dirt near the Baalbek quarry. It is 16 feet thick, thirteen feet high, and an unbelievable 69 feet long.

Just google "Baalbek" to sees photos of these giants, and further wonder about the accuracy and precision of the stonework, which makes the stones of Stonehenge look crude (which they are) by comparision.

To this day, no one has been able to determine how these stones were moved, much less lifted and placed into the Baalbek platform.

All the ancients had--we are told--is rope and wood for cranes, some levers and pulleys, and logs for rollers to handle their heavy stuff. With only that type of technology available, we are hard-pressed to understand how even the much smaller seventy-ton stones in the great pyramid were moved and positioned. Keep in mind that the average stone on the great pyramid weighs in around 4 tons, so a seventy ton stone is quite exceptional, even for the ancient Egyptians.

I would dearly love to have any engineer today design a crane that could lift, move and position a stone say, eleven feet high, fourteen feet thick, and forty-two feet long, using only wood and rope. No bolts, no steel cable, no thousand horsepower diesel engines, no nails or iron straps allowed. They didn't have any of that back then.

Why a stone that particular size? Because one exactly that size has been found in the platform supportng the temple mount in Jerusalem.

Imagine that. We now have at least two places where structures have been built using stones that could not have been moved by any known technology of the day.

Seems that whatever civilization built the Baalbek structure must have built the temple mount also, where Soloman's temple once stood and where the Dome of the Rock now stands. Whoever they were, they had the technology to do it.

Today, we have the technology, but just look at the massiveness and hi-tech know-how incorporated into the cranes that would be needed to move these stones... and the cost.

It appears that neither the Jews nor the Arabs have any valid claim to the temple mount platform, since neither could have possibly built it originally. Absolutely no way. It was built by a much more advanced civilization pre-dating both these groups, a civilization we have no records of.

What a shame. All this hatred, death and destruction today, over a pile of stones not even belonging to the people fighting over them.

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Another Sleazebag Forced To Surface

AP Exclusive: Reid Got $1M in Land Sale
Oct 11 2:13 PM US/Eastern

Associated Press Writers

Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid collected a $1.1 million windfall on a Las Vegas land sale even though he hadn't personally owned the property for three years, property deeds show.

In the process, Reid did not disclose to Congress an earlier sale in which he transferred his land to a company created by a friend and took a financial stake in that company, according to records and interviews.
At this rate, we going to have to let a few hundred pot smokers out of prison to make room for the politicans.

Mary Jo Kopechne

Frustrated by Democratic attacks over the Foley scandal, Republican congressman Christopher Shays, R-Conn., hit back with a reference to Sen. Edward Kennedy's 1969 incident at Chappaquiddick in which a Mary Jo Kopechne died after the Ted Kennedy's car plunged off a bridge.

Describing how pleased I am over this would be hard to do.

I have been to Martha's vineyard and have actually been to the spot where Kennedy's car "Plunged" into the drink, and--as a result--never for a second believed any of the Kennedy fairytale.

This man has not yet paid the price for Mary Jo's murder. I know a lot of you will whimper on about how he will get his "just rewards" in someplace you like to call the afterlife, but I'd prefer to see him hang in this life... just to be sure.

At least this scumbag womanizer will get a little more heat from what he no doubt hoped was a long-dead issue, just like Mary Jo.

Sadly, it is beyond hope that those dumbass Massachusetts morons who have endlessly sent him back to congress might not do so again. A-yup.

Monday, October 09, 2006

North Korea's Itty-Bitty Nuke

North Korea has popped off an estimated 5-15 kiloton nuclear device, a tiny teenie little thing. We have exploded more TNT in conventional explosions than that. Compared to one of our own 10 (or larger) megatonners, it just doesn't measure up as any sort of real and present danger.

None the less, our federal government is running around like chicken little, apparantly knocked completely of it's hinges by this event, and is frantically looking for some sort of appropriate superpower response.

Since nuclear proliferation is as inevitable as any other technological advancement around the world, what our Texas raised God of War should do is publicly congratulate North Korea on it's technological achievement, while at the same time privately caution them not to try to use one of those little-bitty pea shooters on us or any of our friends.

We have tens of thousands of megations worth of nuclear bombs. Compared to that, North Korea's device (it's not even a bomb yet) is just a little fire cracker.

The Bush reaction to this long-expected but anti-climatical event is just another indication of how wrong-headed--and stupid--this administration and its actions really are, and if Bush tries to use it as justificiton to invade Iran, we need to toss the bum out.

Actually, we need to toss the bum out anyway. He has damaged us more than any of our enemies could ever dare to hope for.

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Another Pervert Surfaces

West Virgina State Senator Randy White said he is evaluating whether to continue his bid for a second term after a Charleston television station aired revealing pictures of him last week. White said that he was "shocked" and "horribly embarrassed" after WCHS-TV aired photos depicting him and at least two other men wearing only body paint.

Shocked and embarrassed? No kidding. One can only imagine what he and those other two dudes were doing prancing around naked with only a coat of paint on.

Says White, 51, a Married father of three:
"The pictures were taken approximately two years ago in private and were stolen from my personal computer. I am not sure why they were given to the media, but I must assume for obvious political reasons."
White says that he had been working with his family to overcome a "personal identification situation" and to overcome depression for which he has been treated through medication for over a year. He is yet another "religious person" who has "been for some months praying to God to help my family and me through this tragic and troubling episode in my life."

He's going through a "personal identification situation", depression and medical treatment, but--by golly-- he's a God fearing soul and is praying for forgiveness. I suppose that's supposed to make it all OK?

A man with a load of mental baggage like that should not be in politics. He should be in a hospital ward somewhere.

His family wants him to continue his political career. The perks, the power, the applause can do that to you. So what if he's not sure who or what he is, so what if he's been on medication for a year, or that he has very private pictures of naked, body-painted men--including himself--on his computer. He's really a nice guy that prays a lot.

What's with American politics nowadays? What has turned the political arena into a magnet for perverts, molesters, homosexuals and medicated sickos? How many more of these kind of people are out there making our laws anyway?

Maybe we all ought to try and find out before we go vote this November.

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

More Than A Bit Scary

That accused cop killer, surrounded by dozens of cops, stuck one hand out of the hole under the tree he was hiding in, and was then shot at least 85 times.

One cop said he didn't put his second hand out fast enough and that there might have been a gun in it. (Or a hairbrush, or a cell phone) Or, he may have been leaning on that hand for support, as he had just been ordered to climb up out of his hidey-hole.

Another cop actually said they quit shooting because "we ran out of bullets".

A short review:

He was suspected of shooting a cop.

He was tracked down and found hiding in a hole he had dug underneath some tree roots.

He was completley surrounded by dozens of heavily armed police.

He was (apparantly) in the process of surrendering.

He was then shot--over and over--until the police ran out of bullets.

It's not the idea that this guy was a cop-killer that is the big concern here. It's how the cops reacted: Exactly like a maddened mob out for blood, losing any and all control of themselves in the process.

And the fact that they are immune to any retribution or prosecution.

They're ALL Liars

A review of White House records has proven that George J. Tenet, director of central intelligence at the time, did in fact brief Condoleezza Rice on July 10, 2001, about the threat from Al Qaeda,

State Department spoksman, Sean McCormack, said that a review of White House records has shown that Tenet did brief Condoleezza Rice about the looming threat.

Mr. McCormack also said records show that the Sept. 11 commission was informed about the meeting, a fact that members of the commission first denied and then confirmed on Monday.

The account by Sean McCormack came hours after Rice told reporters that she did not recall the specific meeting. Rice, the national security adviser at the time, said it was “incomprehensible” she ignored dire terrorist threats two months before the Sept. 11 attacks.

Let's see here....

Rice at first said no meeting occured, then that it did occur, but that she can't remember, and is now attempting to sluff it off claiming incomprehensibility.

The 9/11 Commission said they were never informed of the meeting, but now say they were.

They all started off lying, then pointing fingers, and are now trying poo-poo the whole thing into non-existance.

History may eventually show that Rice was the most responsible Bush appointee for the 9/11 disaster. As you may recall, she was being far too distracted and self-absorbed by the adoration of the feminists and minorities over her glorious position as the first black woman to hold such high office. The road trips, the speches, the TV interviews, the autograph signing, all that sort of thing... may have been far more important to her than a few Arabs making threatening noises off in the desert somewhere.

Turning The Pages

This sex scandal blowing up in the joint faces of Congress points out the realization that the Page system should be eliminated.

Allowing naive teenagers to putter about in the halls of power that is populated by an inordinate number of molesters and pedaphiles is not a smart thing to do.

Watching and listening to the despicable cretins who are either refusing to acknowledge the problem, or attempting to brush it off as a minor annoyance, is proof positive of yet another broken system in this more and more anti-American, and anti-family federal government.

Good grief, this recently uncovered homosexual child molester was supposed to be a Congressional champion for the protection of children!

Its either time to turn the Pages loose, or time to put more than a few like this "Foley" out to pasture, along with the rest of the horse droppings.

Monday, October 02, 2006

Rice Can't Remember

Secretary of Whatever Bush wants Rice is now showing visible signs of that univeral beltline malady, memory loss.

Condoleezza Rice said she cannot recall then-CIA chief George Tenet warning her of an impending al-Qaida attack in the United States, as a new book claims he did two months before the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. Says Rice, in plainest english:
"What I am quite certain of is that I would remember if I was told, as this account apparently says, that there was about to be an attack in the United States, and the idea that I would somehow have ignored that I find incomprehensible".
Yeah, right. Rice continues, in a totally successful attempt at clarification:
"I don't know that this meeting took place, but what I really don't know, what I'm quite certain of, is that it was not a meeting in which I was told there was an impending attack and I refused to respond".
Well, now, thats clear as crystal.

And she did NOT have sex with that man, either.

News flash:
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2 — Members of the Sept. 11 commission said today that they were alarmed that they were told nothing about a White House meeting in July 2001 at which George J. Tenet, then the director of central intelligence, is reported to have warned Condoleezza Rice, then the national security adviser, about an imminent Al Qaeda attack and failed to persuade her to take action.
Surprise, surprise.

Sunday, October 01, 2006

No sir, Not Again

Fred Reed lays it on the line once again:
When men die pointlessly in a war they know cannot be won and that means nothing to them, when they realize that they are dying for the egos of draft-dodging politicians safe in Washington—they will revolt. It happened before. It will happen again. But when? Next year, I'd guess.
Gad... wish I'd written that.

Rumsfeld... Man Of War

A program on TV last night was titled "Rumsfeld, Man Of War".

What silliness.

Alexander the Great was a "Man of War".

Atilla the Hun Was a "Man of War".

George Washington was a "Man of War".

Those men strapped on their weapons and LED their men into battle, taking the same chances to live or die as the men who followed them.

Rumsfeld is a politician that has never faced an armed enemy in battle. He has never taken any of the risks of war onto himself.

Rumsfeld and his number one supporter, George Bush, have never--not once in their lives--faced the possibility of death from any of the war-making decisions they have made. These men do not lead, they are not "leaders". They only give orders.

Having a service record in the military, such as sitting behind a desk shuffling papers, or flying around a bit for the National Guard is lighyears away from having been sent to the front lines, particularily in war like Iraq, where death can come from any direction at any time.

Rumsfeld is a man spending the lives of good Americans from behind the safety of his desk in Washington.

Rumsfeld is completely unqualified for the position he holds. He has no experience in the art of war to temper his decisions. He has only his theories to fall back on to justify his actions, theories that have been proven naive and faulty.

Rumsfeld is just another smooth-talking civilian in an unearned and undeserved position of great power.

Rumsfeld may be many things, but one thing he is not... A "Man Of War".