Sunday, November 21, 2004
There's been hints and whiffs of a war crime being committed here. That something out-of-bounds occured and should be addressed by an official body of the US.
Frankly, I agree. The full might and scrutiny of the United States of America should be applied to this obvious traitorous behavior. The full scorn and disgust of the American people should be felt by the singlular perpitraitor of this heinous act...
Who is the traitor? What is the act? What is the war crime? It is the network producer who released the content of this all-too-common tragedy of warfare. This short-sighted, weak excuse for a professional should be expelled from patriotic American scociety to live in France (or some other appropriate nation).
The decision to release that content comes from the same idiocy that interrupted regular programming to air a special report announcing the death of Arafat. Only this decision is much, much worse. It gives to our enemies propaganda to incite and inflame a population already restless. It further endangers our people over there and over here. And it does this to the exclusion of anything good or beneficial to our own people.
It begs the question, "Idiot, what are you doing?" And the answer, "People have a right to know..." is phoney baloney and they know it. (where that sentiment true, our airwaves would be filled with more of the good stuff, too) So, again, "Idiot, what are you doing?"
The frustration is endless. This soldier must live with the righteous - albeit still - stains of his actions from not only that day, but all the other days. Forever. He did nothing wrong. Period. In fact, if he didn't act the way he did, I would be hard-pressed as his commander to trust him in battle.
Our guy was totally justified in his actions. The video guys were totally unjustified by their actions. The video guys need to go... and their replacements would be very wise to learn from their predecessors' collosal and dangerous derth of judgement.
Sunday, November 14, 2004
Things are settling down now that the election is over. The lefty nutburgers are fading once again into the woodwork, although I think it will take a little while longer to punch themselves out.
I think the swan song of these guys was Lawrence O'Donnell's blurt about "a serious discussion of cessation on the next 20 years." Democrats tried that already once and it didn't quite work out. Do they want to go for 0 for 2?
Wouldn't it be great if these whiners took all that tantrum-energy and focused it on solving something - I mean really solving a national ill. One thing - just one! Now, they would have to do it all on their own (no taxes or whatnot).
With the Soros-level money men, movie stars and singers' millions, they could end poverty in the Appalachian Mountains. They could enrich the Arts programs in inner city schools. They could go a long way to improving the culture of violence and exploitation that plague young minority men in the population centers of America. They could do so many valueable things...
But they won't. They'll just rant and whine and spin tales of paranoia and conspiracy.
Thursday, November 04, 2004
I reject this as supremely absurd and beyond riduculous.
The reality is that he did effectively communicate his personhood. He effectively broadcast his policies, ideals, personality, etc. Americans saw, understood, and decided who shall be President of the United States based on the full disclosure of Kerry on Kerry.
The decision was: No, thank you. Period.
No amount of revelations or communications would have changed the outcome (untruths and malicious manipulations notwithstanding). Kerry came, was seen, and was rejected precisely because he is who he is and what he believes. There's nothing underhanded or mean about that rejection. It is a reality of a presidential election. One (or more) guy loses - and there's nothing wrong with that.
Wednesday, November 03, 2004
I can't say how happy I am to see Kerry's call to concede the contest to President Bush. Do you think he had a moment of clarity where he saw that there was no place for him in the Oval Office? Do you think he got a call from Bill after Ted left late last night? Do we really care?
I'm glad it's finally over, but I think there's some spanking to do. Namely, the MSM, exit pollsters, all those singers, actors, and sundry performers, and finally, the MoveOn guys et al. These guys have manipulated, cajoled, and perhaps even cheated some.
And George W. Bush beat them all, with a little help from us.
Tuesday, November 02, 2004
Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush!