Archive for the ‘News’ category

No Indictment: More Piss In Lib Cheerios

Tue,13 June, 2006

Yeah. So I was writing this article the other day on the Rove issue and the libs indictment fantasy. Problem was that every time I tried to save it, it would disappear.

Long story short, I need to buy a new keyboard for my computer and I will most likely be returning to Blogger.

Thanks for nothing, WP.

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And I’m Supposed To Give A Damn Because….????

Mon,12 June, 2006

So Club Gitmo patrons commit suicide.

And?????

Really. Who gives a royal rat's ass if they all killed themselves? I mean really. Nobody gave a sweet Jesus about the Americans they killed, but I'm supposed to care about these shit bags?

Screw you guys and may you get your 72 "virgins" in a pork laden hell.

Seriously.

Stick A Fork In ‘im, He’s Done!

Thu,8 June, 2006

So al-Zarqawi (bin Laden's left nut) is toast.

Look for the liberals, kooks and team killing fucktards to spend the rest of the weak and this weekend, at least, lamenting the fact. Not only that, but the Washington liberals and pundits will be clamoring all over each other to get on TV to proclaim how this means and changes nothing. After all, Bush is the true enemy of the U.S. and the military is nothing but liars and murderers anyway.

I suspect that by the time the Sunday talk shows are over, it will be no big deal and by the time the news cycle starts on Monday, nobody will be talking about it. I'm almost willing to bet a paycheck on my predictions.

Good job, FAGs.

Rep. Putnam (R,FL) Responds

Thu,25 May, 2006

To my last post:

Dear Mr. S:

Thank you for your recent correspondence in opposition to the Putnam-Capps amendment to restore the Congressional moratorium on natural gas drilling off the coast of Florida. I appreciate hearing from you on this important issue.

For the past several months, my colleagues in the Florida delegation and I have been working with the Resources Committee to devise a compromise plan that allows for responsible natural gas exploration in which the coastal States have a voice. The Interior Appropriations bill under consideration, however, would have allowed for drilling as close as three miles off the Atlantic Coast and 9 miles off the Gulf Coast, regardless of the laws of the states involved. By a vote of 217 to 203, the House voted to adopt my amendment and strip this provision from the bill.

 Congress should – and it will – consider all options to increase our nation’s energy supply. Those options will include discussions of drilling off the Outer Continental Shelf, and I will continue to work with Chairman Pombo of the Resources Committee to produce a reasonable, workable compromise.

Again, thank you for taking the time to share your views. If you are interested in legislation that is pending before Congress, are experiencing difficulties with federal programs or simply wish to express your views, please visit my website at www.adamputnam.house.gov.

May God continue to bless America. Sincerely, Adam Putnam Member of Congress

Well that's great and all. The laws of the states should be respected. However, my sense is that so far, we're maintaining instead of decreasing restrictions. I dunno.

In the original article there was a quote which essentially said that starting drilling now wouldn't have an impact on current prices. I beg to differ with a caveat. Given that oil and gas are commodities, the prices that you see today were set about two months ago. If we could start drilling tomorrow, there would be a difference in the price 2 months from then and new drilling would cause the price to go down, barring any major problems. Maybe not a whole hell of a lot, but the market would respond to it.

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On “Immigration”.

Sat,20 May, 2006

Is anybody else tired of these Republicans fighting each other to look like a bigger liberal douchebag than Kennedy, Reid, Pelosi etc.?

To be honest, I'm sorry to say that Sen. Mel Martinez represents me. I had high hopes for Rep. Adam Putnam too until I saw that he led a Florida "delegation" to keep oil & gas prices high.

<sigh> What's a Conservative to do when their representatives are beating each other up to see who can be the most liberal.

Then again, the liberals have nothing to offer except hate. They egotistically (sp) are declaring themselves the victors of 2006 & 2008, so they don't stand a snowball's chance in hell unless they get enough illegals, felons and dead folks to vote for 'em.

Happy Thoughts! Happy Thoughts! Happy Thoughts!

Bad News For Liberals

Tue,9 May, 2006

Via Powerline Blog:

Who's Winning? They Say We Are

So how are the libs gonna spin this now that their lies are shot to hell? How about 3 cheers for America, her soldiers and the coalition?

Even More Bad News For Libs!

Fri,31 March, 2006

Oh Snap!

FISA judges say Bush within law

A panel of former Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court judges yesterday told members of the Senate Judiciary Committee that President Bush did not act illegally when he created by executive order a wiretapping program conducted by the National Security Agency (NSA).
    The five judges testifying before the committee said they could not speak specifically to the NSA listening program without being briefed on it, but that a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act does not override the president’s constitutional authority to spy on suspected international agents under executive order.
    “If a court refuses a FISA application and there is not sufficient time for the president to go to the court of review, the president can under executive order act unilaterally, which he is doing now,” said Judge Allan Kornblum, magistrate judge of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida and an author of the 1978 FISA Act. “I think that the president would be remiss exercising his constitutional authority by giving all of that power over to a statute.”

Read the rest at the title link above.

HT: James Taranto @ OpinionJournal Best of the Web

So not only was the NSA surveillance <i>approved</i> by the FISA Court of Review, it’s been shown to be legal via testimony of former FISA judges.

But, of course, this won’t matter a damn to the libs. They’ll still push to punish President Bush for working to protect the country. And why? Revenge. Blind, unadultrated, petty, juvenile revenge.