Sorry Traveling

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August 27, 2007

Sorry, no posts for a bit – doing some traveling and looking at some very interesting potential plans for things, including me and the blog. I don’t have my PC available and won’t try to blog without my bookmarks and such – but you can take a look at Memeorandum.

I hope to be back soon. I’ll drop in a post or two if and when I can.



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Comments:
  1. IslamoLlama says:

    If you see Larry Craig hiding out in any Minnesota airport restrooms, let us know, kthx?
    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1887377/posts

  2. LOL says:

    Their behavior isn’t even surprising anymore

  3. chris says:

    Larry Craig is a HERO. Believes in the SANCTITY of marriage, WINNING the war in Iraq and taking a WIDE STANCE in bathroom stalls. Thank you for your service, Larry! America supports both you and the troops! You are why we fight!!!

  4. seekeronos says:

    Just goes to show you that there are plenty of sinners on either side of “the Aisle”.
    However, because a senator with an (R) after his name got caught soliciting homosexual favours from an undercover P.O. — it’s front page news.
    When a Dem does it, it’s just par for the course – perversion and moral wickedness is simply perfectly normal stuff for most of the DNC.
    But that’s okay. Perhaps we should be thankful to y’all libs who seem to enjoy hopping on the latest sordid details of someone’s life who happens to let his sin overtake him – it helps us out by getting them out of public office.

  5. Fred Beloit says:

    “Their behavior isn’t even surprising anymore.”
    I suppose you are talking about Harry Reid’s land deals and Barney Frank, LOL?

  6. Fred Beloit says:

    Mr christamfordmum, here is one you may want to use:
    “I live in California, and my watch is three hours fast. I can’t fix it, so I’m moving to New York.” Kabam boom bip.

  7. chris says:

    Did Barney Frank espouse his love for THE LORD and then troll for man-love in a mens room?? Didn’t think so. Go clean your trailer, Fred.

  8. nowingker says:

    The reason this is news is becuase it shows the HYPOCRISY of these politicians, who rant on and on about morals and are on record saying that homesexuality is unnatural and a sin or they are all about family values and no sex except with your wife and then it comes out they’re closeted gays or seeing hookers on the side.
    It is the SAME reason that you allege that Al Gore being rich, riding in a private plane, etc. is newsworthy and why indeed the news did give substantial coverage to this issue, because it looks hypocritical to be an environmentalist who is wasting energy or to be an environmentalist except when YOU want to do a land deal that fills in some wetlands or kills off some protected species.
    Democrats are usually socially liberal, supportive of gay rights and adults having sex w/whomever they want to, so the idea of a gay Democrat or a Democrat that cheats on his wife isn’t as newsworthy because he/she doesn’t have a history of ranting against these practices.
    Dog Bites Man
    Man Bites Dog

  9. seekeronos says:

    Meh. Term limits, I say… term limits. That, and repealing the 17th ammendment to go back to having the states’ legislatures choose senators, to hold scallawags from either party more accountable.

  10. nowingker says:

    I’m ALL for term limits, but if we let state legilatures choose senators then the whole thing becomes one inside political machine even more than it is now.

  11. seekeronos says:

    Nowingkie is actually spot-on correct this time around.
    Dems – being typically “socially liberal” (i.e. enablers of perversion and immorality) openly endorse said behaviour, whereas we look for Republicans to stand against it.
    No surprise then, when Barney Frank brings home a young 20-ish chicken for dinner.
    Same goes for Dems who pander to the lower classes or wax on like Chicken Little about an anthropogenic global warming Armageddon being just around the corner, but still hold down elephantine carbon footprints.
    But that still doesn’t change the fact that both homosexuality and adultery (as well as abusing the stewardship of the Earth which God gave us) … all of which are abominations in the sight of God.
    Such actions are sin; the first two particularly are capital offenses under the Mosiac and Levitical Law. I sometimes wonder if we would be benefited by placing some of God’s laws into a civil context in America. In some places in the US, we did have rather severe codes against sodomy and adultery. Today, they are either unenforced, or have been altogether and unwisely erased from the books of codes and statutes.
    While God’s law serves as a precedent and an example of what God has declared as the line between righteousness and unrighteousness, as well as pointing to the Redeemer, certain parts of the Law are also given to sort out the differences between one sinful man and the next sinful man.
    And it provides penalties – some of them quite harsh, for breaking the Law. The purpose of this was to quite literally, put the fear of God into the hearts of men.
    This is right, for God truly deserves to be feared (fear as in worshipful reverence for His almighty Person, not so much fear as in terror – although, if you are a wicked evildoing reprobate — you _should_ be living in terror of God’s wrath).
    “—
    19:15 One witness shall not rise up against a man for any iniquity, or for any sin, in any sin that he sinneth: at the mouth of two witnesses, or at the mouth of three witnesses, shall the matter be established.
    19:16 If a false witness rise up against any man to testify against him that which is wrong;
    19:17 Then both the men, between whom the controversy is, shall stand before the LORD, before the priests and the judges, which shall be in those days;
    19:18 And the judges shall make diligent inquisition: and, behold, if the witness be a false witness, and hath testified falsely against his brother;
    19:19 Then shall ye do unto him, as he had thought to have done unto his brother: so shalt thou put the evil away from among you.
    19:20 And those which remain shall hear, and fear, and shall henceforth commit no more any such evil among you. —”
    (Deuteronomy 19:15-20, KJV)
    I might take issue that this is a matter of one police officers’s word against the Senator’s, and it remains to be seen if there were any other witnesses to the toe-tapping and other solicitous behaviours on part of Sen. Craig toward the P.O. — but there is also other testimony emerging from the Senator’s past dalliances with page boys in the early 1980s.
    If these allegations prove true, it is disturbing for us as a nation, for we are falling apart at the edges and in the middle, too. Would that we had the courage to stand up against this wickedness, and see justice done.
    Though God will forgive the Senator should he truly repent and ask for forgiveness, the state should reserve the right to execute justice upon him for destroying the fabric of our Judeo-Christian nation (if indeed he is guilty) as well as soliciting wicked and immoral behaviour.
    God will judge us as a nation for our tolerance of sin, on top of the judgment due to each of us for our sins — save for the atonement of blood through Christ.

  12. seekeronos says:

    Sidebar to the 17th Ammendment idea:
    If I had my druthers, I’d rather see the entire party system go the way of the dodo bird – but barring a massive upheaval of our government or within the parties themselves, it isn’t going to happen.
    Given how entrenched the two-party system is in American politics (and I say this with a tinge of fear that we might be well on the way to becoming a single-party system in the finest and igliest traditions of Red China, albeit w/o the bloody revolution) … it might be hard to revert to the old system of choosing US Senators.
    Still, take away the parties or not, I think that the old system kept US Senators on a shorter leash, since a statewide referendum was often the vehicle for recalling a senator that went bad? The recall procedure is not clearly delimited in the Constitution, so I could be quite wrong on this – so I’ll withdraw that pending further inquiry.

  13. nowingker says:

    The best thing that could happen to this country is a third party independant candidate wins the presidency and fills his administration with people who see eye to eye with him on policy, regardless of their political affiliations, an independent wtih an administration full of Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians and other Independants would wreak havoc on the political vultures killing the goverment.

  14. IslamoLlama says:

    “If I had my druthers, I’d rather see the entire party system go the way of the dodo bird”
    You’ll see the end of team sports before you see the end of team politics.
    “The best thing that could happen to this country is a third party independant candidate wins the presidency and fills his administration with people who see eye to eye with him on policy, regardless of their political affiliations, an independent wtih an administration full of Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians and other Independants would wreak havoc on the political vultures killing the goverment.”
    Yes, Nowingker. We eagerly await the second coming of Jesus.
    Seriously, this has absolutely nothing to do with party affiliation. If he had a (D) in front of his name and a 100% approval rating from the Idaho I-Hate-Fags club, he’d still be a giant hypocrite. The difference between Larry Craig and Barney Frank is that Barney Frank spends his nights with his boyfriend, not in airport bathrooms trolling for blowjobs – in direct violation of laws he helped author.
    No change of electoral system will get rid of that type of hypocrasy. That level of “Do As I Say, Not As I Do” legislating is merely a governmental injustice we would do well to fight against.

  15. TheSpartan says:

    Seek, all that blather would matter more if there was a “God” in the first place.

  16. chris says:

    SENATOR Craig’s good name, like that of Alberto Gonzales, is being dragged through the mud. Have any of you libruls ever heard of DUE PROCESS??
    Wait, he plead guilty. What a lewd log cabin hero. Satan has taken over his body!!! Ahhhhh!!!

  17. seekeronos says:

    “— Seek, all that blather would matter more if there was a “God” in the first place. —”
    Indeed – and because He not only exists, but is an active participant in accomplishing His will upon the earth… it matters all the more.
    Moreover, no matter how (some of you) atheists/secularists rant on about God being dead (or simply non-existent) – it doesn’t change the fact that He does – in spite of what we “think” – exist, and is the Sovereign, All Mighty, and Holy God.
    God’s laws – like the laws of physics – are immutable. If people were willing to live according to His laws – the foremost being to love and honour God first with all of one’s substance and might, and then to love their fellow humans (created in God’s likeness)… this world would be a far better off place.
    That ugly thing keeps getting in the way: sin.
    This is exactly why people need Jesus – because He has power to defeat sin, and has already beaten it, when He took it with Himself on the cross to die, and rose again victoriously on the third day.

  18. seekeronos says:

    “— Wait, he plead guilty. What a lewd log cabin hero. —”
    I didn’t see that before, but that’s just too bad now. He should resign and retire from public service.

  19. chris says:

    A patriot and troop-supporter til the end. Note the flag lapel pin.
    http://www.thesmokinggun.com/mugshots/larrycraigmug1.html
    A grateful nation thanks you, SENATOR!!
    Hahahaha!!!!!!

  20. jj says:

    A flag lapel pin doesn’t mean he supports the troops, chris. He might not support the troops at all. He tried to hide his sexuality, so if he lied about that, I guess he would lie about other things as well. Look at his record. That’s the best way to tell. And you seem to be an odd sort of a fellow.

  21. seekeronos says:

    Wouldn’t it be a trip if he was paid to take a fall – and he was a liberal plant from the beginning, or simply just bought talent, to discredit the GOP (as if they needed the help)…
    Election year skullduggery at its finest.

  22. IslamoLlama says:

    “Wouldn’t it be a trip if he was paid to take a fall – and he was a liberal plant from the beginning, or simply just bought talent, to discredit the GOP (as if they needed the help)…”
    I’ll give you a hint, Seek. They’re all liberals, secretly conspiring to bring down the country and deliver it to the Secret Cabal of Gay Islamic Communists for the past thirty years. Craig was a plant who’s entire 28 year career has revolved around this moment, when he can take another sledgehammer to the knees of libertarianism and finally install Supreme Empress Hell-ary of Klin-Ton as our new alien overlord.
    Screw on those tin-foil hats, kids.

  23. seekeronos says:

    I dunno, but hopefully Fred! wll deliver us from the clutches of Evil Empress Hitlary.
    Nah…. I figgered as much, that a good many of our congresscritters are on the edge of being so entirely corrupt that it doesn’t matter whether they are (D) or (R) or even (I).
    Eventually, their sins will find them out…. it is just a shame that so many of them have come out of the (R) party. For this reason, I fear for the future of our nation, that we will be enslaved under leftist nanny statism and socialist policy that will further fetter us and bring us to certain ruin.
    You see, unlike much of EUrope, we simply aren’t accustomed to the authoritarian “Big Momma know best so shut yer yaps and eat those piles of Marxist dung like good little proletarian mushrooms – in the dark, because we can’t afford to keep the lights on” approach method so held dear by y’all.
    However, with every would be voice of opposition being silenced or flling victim to their own wickedness and/or stupidity…I can only hope that some righteous men will arise to do service and stand in the gap for our land.
    I pray that God isn’t giving up on America yet.

  24. IslamoLlama says:

    “I dunno, but hopefully Fred! wll deliver us from the clutches of Evil Empress Hitlary.”
    Keep hoping. Right now you’re staring down the barrel of Multi-Choice Mitt or Mrs Guilliani. I honestly wouldn’t mind seeing Fred run for President if only because he’d at least make a fair showing at debates. But, it really looks like Fred enjoys running for President much more than he enjoys getting elected to office. He had a rough run in the Senate, and he’s been pampered by Hollywood. He’ll make a great “runner up” but I don’t see it happening any time soon.

  25. nowingker says:

    Exactly which European countries are run by marxists forcing their people to eat the proletariat dung?
    Let’s see, free health care for life, 5 weeks vacation, a few months off for maternity leave, unpasturized cheese, locally grown produce, no factory farms, tracked education, good trade schools, strong zoning laws, old people still taken care of by their families, lower incidence of violent crimes.
    Sounds like pure HELL!
    LOL. The insanity never stops, we’re always one election away from a socialist world state in WingerWorld.

  26. seekeronos says:

    “— Let’s see, free health care for life, 5 weeks vacation, a few months off for maternity leave, unpasturized cheese, locally grown produce, no factory farms, tracked education, good trade schools, strong zoning laws, old people still taken care of by their families, lower incidence of violent crimes. —”
    And a cost of living nearly double our own, politically correct moderation of personal beliefs that wold make most Americans blanch… a godless, god-hating intelligentsia that clocks in overtime to ensure that the dead state “church” stays dead, even to point of becoming a state organ of religion in its own right… and incredibly high rates (no, Virginia, that health care from cradle to grave ain’t really _that_ free) of taxation, and people waiting months and years for basic medical procedures… and a bending over backwards to accomodate a religion and a culture completely at odds with the culture of (Europe’s) original inhabitants…
    …and certainly let’s not forget millions of angry young jobless Islamists in their midst eagerly sopping up the glorious tales of the jihadist martyrs, just waiting for their opportunity to strap on a bomb jacket for Allah.
    Yup, a definite Islamic Eurotopia, that is.

  27. nowingker says:

    Seek, don’t you get it, the cost of living and taxes is what pays for all the perks that we DON”T GET, this is how they want it, they don’t want to work until 7pm and on the weekends and work during their 2 week vacation, and not take lunch and fret that they will lose their promotion because they have a baby, they don’t want to try and educate everyone as if they are future Oxford material. They are secular, god bless them for it. They don’t want the American way.
    But, I agree they have done a terrible job of dealing with ME and African immigrants over the last 25 years and they are paying a steep price with rising crime and disenfranchised thugs taking over some of their cities. The crime still pales in comparisson to what we have here in the great ole USA.

  28. LOL says:

    “wouldn’t it be a trip if he was paid to take a fall – and he was a liberal plant from the beginning”
    rofl, just more evidence that you often choose the most ridiculous theories rather than just accept the truth–you’re being conned by the biggest con of all, religious politicians.

  29. from the LA Times says:

    The Los Angeles Times will report on this website later tonight and in Wednesday’s print editions that a major Democratic Party fundraiser named Norman Hsu is wanted by authorities for skipping out on an agreement to serve up to three years in prison after pleading no contest to grand theft swindling charges.
    In an exclusive story by Chuck Neubauer and Robin Fields, The Times will report that for three years Hsu has been carving out a place of political and financial influence by funneling hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions into Democratic Party coffers, much of the money earmarked for Sen. Hillary Clinton. He has earned the ranking of Hillraiser for pledging to raise at least $100,000 for her.
    In just the last 36 months Hsu has been involved in raising more than $1 million for Clinton and other Democrats. Howard Wolfson, a spokesman for the Democratic National Committee, confirmed today that Hsu had been a “longtime and generous supporter” of the party including Clinton. “We have no reason to call his contributions into question or to return them,” Wolfson added.
    Hsu has developed a specialty of bundling hefty campaign contributions from obscure citizens who live modest lives and have never before given money to campaigns. Many are not even registered to vote.
    Over the years other recipients of Hsu donations have included Sens. Dianne Feinstein, Barack Obama, Joe Biden and Edward Kennedy.
    Hsu’s lawyer confirmed today that his client was the one involved in the California case but said he did not remember pleading to a criminal case nor facing jail time.
    “He is a fugitive,” said Ronald Smetana of the California attorney general’s office. “Do you know where he is?”
    –Andrew Malcolm

  30. seekeronos says:

    “—
    “—— wouldn’t it be a trip if he was paid to take a fall – and he was a liberal plant from the beginning ——”
    rofl, just more evidence that you often choose the most ridiculous theories rather than just accept the truth–you’re being conned by the biggest con of all, religious politicians. —”
    Nah, in case you missed it in between bong hits… I was being sarcastic.
    Of course the guy said one thing, and did another. It simply unmasks him for the hypocrite that he is. I’m glad his number is up – because we don’t need his kind in government. And it doesn’t matter not one jot what cute little parenthetical letter he has in front of or behind his name.
    There are plenty more where he came from (Congress) unfortunately, and until there is a way to hold these power-drunk individuals accountable, this sort of travesty will continue to go on.
    But those things done in darkness shall be brought to light, for the True and Only Sovereign God can see it.

  31. Fred Beloit says:

    “Did Barney Frank espouse his love for THE LORD and then troll for man-love in a mens room?? Didn’t think so. Go clean your trailer, Fred.”
    Mr christamfordmum, while cleaning my trailer, per your suggestion, I found an old Washpo that tells the story of the good Congressperson Frank and his love affair with a male whore this way:
    “Gobie’s dream has come true. His accusation that Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) knew that Gobie had operated a prostitution service out of Frank’s Capitol Hill apartment became national news after it was first reported Friday by the Washington Times.
    Frank, one of two openly gay members of Congress, confirmed Friday that he paid Gobie for sex, hired him with personal funds as an aide and wrote letters on congressional stationery on his behalf to Virginia probation officials, but Frank said he fired Gobie when he learned that clients were visiting the apartment.
    Frank, a leading House liberal, likened himself to Henry Higgins, who in “Pygmalion” tries to transform a cockney waif into a member of English society. Gobie dismissed that as “garbage.” “This is not the case of the poor waif who is being sheltered,” Gobie said…”

  32. Phoenix says:

    Welcome to American politics where peepee-placement matters more than principle. No side is free of this asininity – to use a fun word. Considering His Buttness used the two widely known public restrooms for his hook-ups, you have to figure he was one of hundreds of gay men who tapped their feet in those stalls. Why him? Why out of all those gays, did he get busted? I figure, with his history known by his fellow legislators, he was set up. It is and has been open season on republicans for a while now, and this smacks of a set-up. Good. This guy should be brought down but not because he’s gay. He should be tossed out on his ass for being a fool, a liar, and a moron.
    Clamoring on and on about hypocrisy is a joke. There’s so much of it around, it should be an expectation to look out for in the voting booth instead of a tool in the blame game. Campaigning is one huge Game of Hypocrisy. I don’t know who said it, but I like the idea of a third party to shake up Washington and its greedy and over-used legislators.

  33. seekeronos says:

    “— but I like the idea of a third party to shake up Washington and its greedy and over-used legislators. —”
    I’d like it, if only it worked.
    Seldom to third party or Independent politicians make it anywhere but in local (village, town, city or county) elections, and infrequently on state ballots.
    But a Presidential race, and in almost any congressional race, all a 3d party candidate does is steal votes from a Republican that might have otherwise won.
    I think that an ideal campaign and lobbying law would be one that sets aside a certain, hard limit amount of state and federal tax dollars to be evenly divided among qualified candidates, no more, no less. And it should be small enough to make the candidates consider carefully how it is spent.
    No more private or corporate contributions, period.
    Any campaigning done with funds from outside that pool is automatically disqualified from running in any election ever again, and arrested for campaign fraud.
    Additionally, impose a two-term maximum limit for senators and three-term limits for House Representatives, and that all incumbent seats vacate from 2008 onward (and in cycles for Senate races in 2010 and 2012, to get that Kennedy and Byrd infection out of Capital Hill).