Wednesday, May 26, 2004


I've been dealing with a sick relative. Sorry for the sparse posting.

Friday, May 21, 2004

Enough Already

Okay, okay, we've seen the Abu Ghraib photos, but the Washington Post is printing more just in case you missed the previous ones. The left is trying to Vietnam the war on terror. They're a bunch of pussies, especially Chris Matthews. Can he talk about anything other than Abu Ghraib? Geez. Shutup!

Friday, May 14, 2004

Finally, A Good Story About Iraq

An interesting story you won't see on the regular news. Today's Wall Street Journal has a story called Saddam had their hands cut off. America gave them new ones.
A snippet of what happened:

As perfect justice, the story in fact begins in Abu Ghraib prison, in 1995. With Iraq's economy in a tailspin, Saddam arrested nine Iraqi businessmen to scapegoat them as dollar traders. They got a 30-minute "trial," and were sentenced, after a year's imprisonment, to have their right hands surgically cut off at Abu Ghraib prison.

The amputations were performed, over two days, by a Baghdad anesthesiologist, a surgeon and medical staff. We know this because Saddam had a videotape made of each procedure. He had the hands brought to him in formalin and then returned to Abu Ghraib. Oh, one more thing: The surgeon carved an X of shame into the forehead of each man. And the authorities charged the men $50.

Read the whole thing.

Wednesday, May 12, 2004

Berg Beheading

The video of the barbarians can be viewed here.

There are still photos here. Be forewarned, it's vile and disgusting.
Berg Execution

I'm sickened by the whole thing. When will the Religion of Peace bring these barbarians to justice? When will the Religion of Peace speak out against this? When will they do anything? The US takes care of the problems at Abu Graib and the Arab Street is still whining. In the end, they supported Berg's death.

Two words: nuke 'em.

Thursday, May 06, 2004

Bush is Not Hitler

Here's a moment you won't see on the national news. I may differ with him on some domestic issues, but I believe he's right for this country. Everyone else can go screw.

Wednesday, May 05, 2004

Press Looking for Jimmy Swaggert Moment

This prison stuff is getting out of control. The president was on the air with Arab networks explaining what occurred in the Abu Graib prison. The press wants an apology. I want to hear: "FUCK OFF!"

Tuesday, May 04, 2004

Where's the Outrage? Naked or DEAD?

I'm sick and tired of hearing about the prisoner abuses, now morphing into attrocities, in Iraq. Oh, the humanity, we stripped some guys and humiliated them. Big deal. I'm all broken up about their rights. Where was the media when the Iraqis, yes IRAQIS, shelled that same prison 3 weeks ago? Oh what? Silent. Right.

BAGHDAD, Iraq – Insurgents fired 12 mortars into Baghdad's Abu Ghraib prison Tuesday, killing 22 detainees and injuring 92, U.S. military officials said.

All of those killed or injured in the mortar attack on the U.S.-run prison were security detainees, said Col. Jill Morgenthaler, meaning they were held for suspected involvement in the anti-U.S. insurgency or remnants of Saddam Hussein's ousted Baathist regime.

Twenty-five of the prisoners were flown by helicopter for emergency medical treatment, Morgenthaler said. There were no reports that any of the casualties were prominent members of Saddam's regime.

"This isn't the first time that we have seen this kind of attack. We don't know if they are trying to inspire an uprising or a prison break," Brig. Gen. Mark Kimmitt told Associated Press Radio.

I'll ask again, would they rather be naked for a few minutes or DEAD?

Monday, May 03, 2004

So Much For The Republican Attack Machine

If the dems want to make a charge that they're being attacked, at least be able to give us the goods. Fred Barnes has the goods (or lack) in this week's Weekly Standard.

The Democratic committee couldn't cite anyone from the RNC or the Bush campaign -- or the White House for that matter -- who had criticized Kerry for his service in Vietnam or raised doubts about his patriotism. For the most part, what the DNC called smears were attacks on Kerry's antiwar activity after he left the Navy.