Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Sen. Larry E. Craig

Larry Craig is slime. Because he is a hypocrite? No, many politicians vote the way their constituents wish, holding finger in the air to see which way the wind blows. Atop that one can be gay and still oppose gay marriage or have an opinion on other gay issues that don’t agree with the majority. Because he’s gay? No, it’s natural; among sheep 10% of your rams will be homosexual. When you pull the rams from the ewes 30% more of your rams will consider sex with another ram better than no sex at all, the prison conversion. Maybe he considers it a sin and like an alcoholic fell off the wagon. I don’t know and I don’t care. No this man is slime because he was having extremely unsafe sex and then going home to an unsuspecting spouse. I hope she was aware of what was going on or else she had better get tested for STD’s immediately.

Note to self: Don't listen to ipod in public restrooms; toe tapping may be misconstrued.

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Michael Vick

I wonder how many people who are horrified by Michael Vick’s actions concerning his cruel methods of disposing of unviable fighting dogs have no problem with partial birth abortion. Just say’ in, no defense of the gangbanger quarterback. I would say that his apology was well rehearsed but insincere, at least when he said he rejects dog fighting. I doubt he had an epiphany; I condemn speeding every time I’m caught. He says he has found God. I hope so; it’s his only hope. As a correctional officer I have seen many cons find religion as a con. We know who is sincere because we are so into everything each inmate does. The two things that can actually keep an inmate from recidivism are devout religious belief and fear of going back to prison. The latter is not that effective, as a guard I can say I would rather live in an American prison than in many third world countries. Safe running water, free health care, work, three squares a day, satellite TV, wonderful gym facilities, especially weight lifting equipment and access to muscle building supplements and vitamins. (I will never understand why we beef up our criminals!). The only serious drawback to prison is the lack of women and that apparently doesn’t bother 80% of inmates (the recidivism rate)enough to stop offending. So if Michael is really trying to find spirituality I support him fully, but he will have to walk the walk, clean up his act, and abandon his ghetto homies, something the fans in Atlanta have been waiting for since he was drafted BTW.

Monday, August 27, 2007


“Hillary is the Democrat’s Bob Dole, the inevitable nominee”, so said Ann Coulter last night. The last “inevitable nominee” Ann declared was Al Gore. That went well and I believe history is being repeated now. This will be as big a boon to us as Dole was to the Dems. Hillary has negatives she just can’t get rid of and I think any of the current Republicans running, and one not yet running, can beat her. She must think she has the nomination in the bag because she is now running to the center. She will not pull out troops from Iraq if doing so would mean a new killing field. I doubt any Dem nominee would if elected President, who wants disastrous defeat as a legacy? BTW where are the “Swift Boat Women”? They were the victims of Bill who were victimized once again after going public, targets of the machine allegedly run by the Hilda Beast to smear anyone who dare complain of Bills amorous advances. Those that didn’t save his DNA anyway. They are out there and may have something to say about a President Hillary.

Update: Hillary got her Paws on some funny money. Chinagate Deux?

Update Deux: Castro endorses a Hillary Obama ticket.

Thursday, August 23, 2007

Sanctuary Cities

As criminal illegal aliens continue to do the horrific crimes that Americans wont do Fred Thompson speaks out.
If you listen to folks who oppose immigration and border enforcement, you get the feeling they think we put locks on our doors to keep everybody out. The truth is we have locks so we can choose who comes in.

An example of what happens when we don’t make the choice took place August 4th when three Newark, New Jersey, college students with great promise were executed, gangland style. The killers’ ringleader was apparently an illegal alien indicted twice in 2007 for felonies, including the rape of a kindergarten-aged girl.

Why would such a person be set free instead of being handed over to authorities for deportation? The answer is that Newark is a “sanctuary city” which bans cooperation between local officials and federal immigration officials. More than 60 sanctuary zones, including 30 of America’s largest cities, provide a national networked haven for foreign and organized criminals who recruit and operate outside those areas as well. These sanctuaries include Cambridge, Massachusetts; Los Angeles, California; Detroit, Michigan; Chicago, Illinois; Austin and Houston, Texas; Denver, Colorado; and New York City.

The consequences of “sanctuary cities” may be most obvious in the city that became the first in 1979 — Los Angeles. According to the Center for Immigration Studies, a confidential California Department of Justice study from the mid-1990’s showed then that at least 60 percent of the members of L.A.’s most violent gangs, with membership in the tens of thousands, were illegal aliens. Of all outstanding murder warrants in Los Angeles, 95 percent are for illegal aliens. Frustrated police say they are powerless to pick up even well-known, previously deported felons.

The costs of policies that offer shelter to criminals are borne not just by the citizens of Newark, Cambridge, and other sanctuaries though. According to the investigative arm of Congress, the Government Accountability Office, illegal aliens made up 27 percent of the federal prison population in 2005, totaling 49,000 and costing federal taxpayers $1.2 billion. There were also more than 220,000 illegals in state and local prisons and jails. Now, I am not suggesting that all illegal aliens are violent criminals. They are not. Most are peaceful folks just trying to get by like the rest of us. But we would be far better off if we checked on people as they come into the country rather than find out who the bad ones are after they victimize people here.

We have the right to keep criminal predators out of our home. Those who want to immigrate into America need to knock, identify themselves, and ask permission first. They will not do so though if we can’t even ask who they are, which is prevented in sanctuary cities. Now I am a strong federalist, but immigration is a responsibility of the federal government, and the failures of local officials to enforce our national laws have a direct impact on communities around the country. So federal law must be enforced, or our neighborhoods will continue to be the scene of chilling and lurid crimes committed by those who broke the law in the first place to come to America.

Ann Coulter has put forth the possibility that Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff and the Bush administration will now put victims on parade.
Mickey Kaus has raised the intriguing possibility that, since Bush's amnesty plan went down to humiliating defeat once Americans got wind of what the elites had planned for us, the Bush administration might respond by intentionally targeting highly sympathetic illegal aliens for deportation "in as clumsy, heartless and lawsuit-inspiring a fashion as possible, in order to create the maximum number of negative headlines."

Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff described anti-amnesty Americans as being satisfied with nothing less than "the death penalty" for illegal aliens and recently warned of "some unhappy consequences" unless illegal aliens were granted amnesty. Yes, that Michael Chertoff -- the guy in charge of keeping us safe from foreign invasions.

So it was curious when we were treated this week to a weeping Mexican woman on TV, claiming the U.S. government was tearing her from her infant son and saying she knew the American people would be outraged if she were deported. (I note that her message might have been more effective in English.)

Admittedly, I'd just as soon have Homeland Security focusing on illegal immigrants like the one who shot four promising college kids execution style in Newark, killing three of them, possibly after sexually molesting two of them. Heck, I wouldn't have minded if they had deported Jose Carranza even before his girlfriend accused him of raping her 5-year-old daughter.

Or Ruben Hernandez-Juarez, an illegal alien charged with sexually molesting a 6-year-old boy in Martin County, Fla.

Or Alejandro Bautista, an illegal alien in Cook County, Ill., who was convicted for sexually molesting two teenaged boys.

Or Alejandro Xuya-Sian, the illegal alien who hit a pedestrian with his car in New York and dragged him for nearly a mile before dislodging the victim from his car, throwing him aside and driving off again. (Even more disturbing: Xuya-Sian may not have been wearing his seat belt at the time.)

Or illegal alien Alberto Barajas-Enriquez, who is charged with beating his Michigan neighbor to death with a golf club because the neighbor complained about the constant barking of Enriquez's dog. Asked by police how many times he struck his victim with the golf club, Enriquez said, "Let's see ... five, six ... uh, put me down for a seven."

Or Lucio Sanchez-Martinez, the illegal alien in Ohio charged with sexually molesting a sleeping 8-year-old girl.

For simplicity, I have limited my enumeration of illegal aliens I would like deported to those who were charged or convicted of heinous crimes last week. For illegal aliens charged with child molestation, I had to limit it to two days last week.

Read the rest here.

Monday, August 20, 2007

Duh, is it a government-run system?

I wont even comment on this. (Hat Tip Captains Quarters)
When an Iowa resident asked former senator John Edwards Thursday whether the United States should follow the Cuban healthcare model, the 2004 vice presidential contender deflected the question by saying he didn't know enough to answer the question.
"I'm going to be honest with you -- I don't know a lot about Cuba's healthcare system," Edwards, D-N.C., said at an event in Oskaloosa, Iowa. "Is it a government-run system?"
I guess he didn’t see Sicko even though he said he did. The man is priceless, while building a 28,000 square foot house he starts a “Poverty Tour”. He became a hedge fund lawyer serving elite billionaires in order to “learn about the relationships between financial markets and poverty.” This might be how. That hedge fund, in which he has $ 16,000,000 invested, is foreclosing on Katrina victims. Now as an ambulance chaser who helped rid NC of OBYGN’s he must know something about health care but if he needs education on Cuba’s, yes John, government run health care he can go to The Real Cuba.

Health Care for the Elderly
Prescription Drugs

On May 20, 1989, Cuban dictator Fidel Castro inaugurated the new maternity ward at the Julio Trigo Hospital in Arroyo Naranjo, near Havana. It was a very modern facility with 425 beds. Here is what he said at the time:

"Well, I think we have a magnificent hospital facility. It was finished a few weeks ago and has already started to render services, except the inauguration was delayed a little. That's fine though because we are still on time. I was saying that it is a magnificent hospital facility. I asked the public health investor: How does it compare with other maternity hospitals? He said to me: Undoubtedly, this is the best one in Cuba. This is logical because I think that every new thing we make should be better.... As with every one of these hospitals, there will be something that will be amended, there will be things that are perfected. Even though they are similar projects, there is no doubt that each one will be better than the other. Here, however, we have the best maternity-infant hospital in the country."
That was in 1989. This is now.

What's sad is this might still be the best maternity-infant hospital in Cuba. That is excepting the hospitals that cater to high government officials and tourists of course.

Friday, August 17, 2007

Run for Cover

Jim Villanucci had a wonderful line last night on his radio show. “If you’re going to shoot up a school, sign in first.” I might also add , don’t bring a gun; it’s a gun free zone and even the cops don’t have guns. What sparked the brilliantly sarcastic comment was a caller that had entered a school and wandered all over unchallenged by anyone.

Also yesterday Albuquerque Public Schools' police officers had a case of Blue Flu to protest the rejection of a measure that would arm the APS police force. I can’t fathom why, if it’s a gun free zone then the cops won’t need guns either. Also if anyone wants to shoot up the school the school will be warned because, being law-abiding mass murderers, they will check in and state the purpose of their visit. Like at Virginia Tech.

jennifer asks:

Did anyone fight? Use all the textbooks and toss them to create a diversion? Did anyone try and jump this evil person?

Remember a few years ago, when someone opened fire at the white house? A man who was pushing his baby in a stroller, pushed his kid away and tackled the shooter.

This is the caliber of training I think that our country is lacking. We are now meek, and mild, raising metro sexual men, and the girls seem pleased.

We need a little red neck back to the kids.

Maybe I went off on a tangent, but first we took the guns, then the need to care for our own and look where our college kids are...

Take that back 45 or so years to the shooter at the Texas campus(cant remember where) But students ran to their vehicles and gathered their weapons. The cops worked with these students, and fired at the shooter so others could rescue the injured.

We will always live in a society that has a freak that will murder indiscriminately, but will we continue on the path willingly like sheep to slaughter??
I did not know that aspect of the 1966 University of Texas library tower sniper incident. No surprise, I don’t know how long the MSM has been suppressing gun defense stories but it’s been going on since I can’t remember when and I’m no spring chicken. Also there was no “gun free” nonsense in place at UT then. I wonder if that is the case now. There were heroes at VT that day however.

76 year old Israeli lecturer Liviu Librescuan blocked the doorway to his class long enough to allow his students to escape through the windows. He was fatally shot.

Zach Petkewicz kept his head and an act as simple as barricading a door saved another class.
"They immediately slammed the door shut, told us, everybody kind of went into a frenzy, a panic. I hid behind the podium and then just kind of looked up at the door. Like, there's nothing stopping this guy from just coming in. And so I said, 'We need to barricade this door.' "
Resident Assistant Ryan C. Clark rushed toward the gunfire to protect the students at his residence hall. He and Emily J. Hilscher, the first victim he had gone to rescue were the only deaths at the residence.

No doubt there were others, many we may never hear about. If I ever had any question whether today’s youth had the right stuff it has been answered in Fallujah and countless other battlefields across the world. Nevertheless it is a valid point, while Gen Xers have proven courageous enough they have a lot of leftist conditioning to work through. Witness the youth holding the sign that basically says anyone with a gun is a bad guy. Even campus police. I took a gun to school once. So did a bunch of my buddies. We had a half-day course on hunter safety and wonder of wonders none of those guns were violent that day.

Update: Cincinnati mayor won’t use pistol to kick off race.

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

I'm Back

Son's gone so I'm blogging again. The Bush administration has designated Iran’s Republican Guards a terrorist organization. No kidding? Ya think? Maybe we are realizing what Michael Ledeen and Victor Davis Hanson have been telling us for years, we are at war with Iran and its proxies Hezbollah and Hamas and we are loosing. We don’t need to be loosing against this fragile paper tiger but as yet we have done nothing to Iran but talk. Hopefully this is changing.

Bush is also cracking down on those who hire illegal aliens. Again good news. Locally however Albuquerque is waking up to the consequences of declaring itself a sanctuary city. As a result of a lawsuit brought against the Albuquerque Police Department by the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund APD officers will now be properly cowed when it comes to determining a suspect’s citizen status. This on the heals of illegal immigrant and MS 13 gang-banger Jose Carranza’s rapes and murders. Again if you or your loved ones are ever a victim of an illegal immigrant and your local officials were harboring, shielding, or concealing illegal aliens, (a felony BTW), sue the city. These policies must be changed and liability is one way to pressure these cities to follow the law.