September 2006

Developments In Iraq

September 30, 2006
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I’d read that a curfew was imposed. See Iraq The Model for the background.

Right now Mohammed and I are sitting in the garden, smoking and sipping tea and trying to analyze the sounds of the explosions and gunfire to figure out the dimensions and rough coordinates of the battlefield. And every...

Uncensored Foley IMs Found On Net

September 29, 2006
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I think this is all obviously fake. Or is it?

Maf54 (7:47:11 PM): good so your getting horny?

xxKenLaynexx (7:47:29 PM): lol…a bit

Maf54 (7:48:00 PM): did you spank it this weekend yourself

xxKenLaynexx (7:48:04 PM): no too tired and busy. Denton rides me like a dog and puts me away wet.

Maf54 (7:48:33 PM): wow…...

No Excuses For Terror

September 29, 2006
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From the mailbag – an FYI on a Brit documentary on terrorism available at You Tube, I believe.

Foley Update

September 29, 2006
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I would assume these have been leaked to Drudge. I’d also assume we’re looking at criminal charges. Sick, stupid bastard.

Maf54: Do I make you a little horny?
Teen: A little.
Maf54: Cool.

Foley Resigns – Ugly Details To Follow

September 29, 2006
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Update: Yeah, it’s probably sick. Unfortunately, so are some of these. And unfortunately, there will probably be more like the ones below to come. Some people seem to have no sense of perspective, or understand that there are some things more important than politics. No doubt the parents of these children...

Jared John Raymond: Requiem For A Young Hero

September 29, 2006
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via The Boston Herald – with video. Never forget. Jared John Raymond didn’t and he was just a boy. Take the time.

Also look for the slideshow on the right sidebar, or this link. work.

Jared John Raymond left Swampscott two years ago, about a month after graduating high school.

Yesterday, as...

WaPo” Shhh … Jim Webb May Have Racist Past

September 29, 2006
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As Clarice Feldman points out here at The American Thinker, after weeks of front page coverage of allegations of racism against Senator George Allen in the Virginia Senate race, the Washington Post suddenly reversed course and used an editorial to suggest enough is enough, but only after serious allegations of...

The Netroots Meltdown Begins

September 28, 2006
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via My Due Dilligence … lest anyone forget the site started with a stock scheme theme.

Lieberman is throwing the whole party under the bus. It’s time for 2008 candidates to step up.

Update: I think this is a major error on Lieberman’s part. He has run a pretty good general election...

Web Log Makes The News

September 28, 2006
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LiLo made the news and presented a little slice of prison justice to the world through a photo. Check out: Katie’s Revenge. Scroll for the image.

Feed The Hate

September 28, 2006
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Poor guys. Someone should throw ’em a bone. lol

Netroots Say Lamont, Poll Says Lament

September 28, 2006
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Funny how according to the headlines in the MSM, all these new tracking poll stories seem to be breaking for the Dems. But when you look at many key races, it doesn’t add up. I can hardly wait for the hilarious excuses and bizarre rationalizations we’ll be seeing from the...

New al-Qaeda In Iraq Tape Released

September 28, 2006
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In the tape, the religious jihadi nuts equate Ramadan with a month of Holy War – how spiritual. I guess it’s a Death on Earth ill-will toward man sort of thing. I wish we were doing more to exterminate these rats.

Evidently, they are on a hostage hunt, again. People can spin...

Webb: Let’s Go Shoot Us Some N**gers, Boys!!

September 28, 2006
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The revealing part is, in a lame denial, Webb says he wouldn’t have done it because Watts was dangerous back then. How sensitive.

Cragg, 67, who lives in Fairfax County, said on Wednesday that Webb described taking drives through the black neighborhood of Watts, where he and members of his ROTC unit...

Some Positive Signs

September 28, 2006
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It looks as though an opera which Muslims were making a fuss over may just go on.

Germany’s conservative Chancellor Angela Merkel yesterday led political and arts world uproar at the scrapping of a Mozart opera that features the head of the prophet Mohammed rolling across the stage.

The performances were canceled...

No Wonder Clinton Was Upset

September 28, 2006
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Here’s some unedited video from his recent appearance on Fox.

And RightWinged has a couple other videos for you, too.

Salon Betrays Its Agenda

September 27, 2006
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Talk about betraying your bias, or intentions. The overly large image at right is taken from Salon’s initial hit piece on Sen. George Allen. Notice anything funny about it?

Just how much of that large image is relevant to this story? About 1/8 of it perhaps? Certainly not the other photos or,...

Olberman: Self-Generated Puff Piece?

September 27, 2006
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I wouldn’t put it pass this clown. I wonder if he cried?

September 27, 2006 — MSNBC loudmouth Keith Olbermann flipped out when he opened his home mail yesterday. The acerbic host of "Countdown with Keith Olbermann" was terrified when he opened a suspicious-looking letter with a California postmark and a...

Not National Geographic, Too?

September 27, 2006
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Generally existing far above the fray of everyday politics and the arguments involving journalistic ethics in political reporting, it appears as though National Geographic may have a bit of explaining to do, as well.

The Enviroblog is the blog for advocacy group Environmental Working Group (EWG). And according to this entry, Does...

From Mozart To Muslims

September 27, 2006
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You have got to be kidding me, this is about as pathetic as it gets.

The now-cancelled production of Mozart’s opera, directed by provocateur Hans Neuenfels, includes a scene in which King Idomeneo is shown staggering on stage next to the severed heads of Buddha, Jesus, Poseidon and the Prophet Mohammad,...

AP Performs Hatchet Job On Released NIE

September 26, 2006
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Rather than offer a reasoned analysis of a National Intelligence Estimate declassified by the Bush administration today, the AP selected only the most negative aspects of the report for inclusion in their story.

WASHINGTON – The war in Iraq has become a "cause celebre" for Islamic extremists, breeding deep resentment of the...

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