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Friday, 5 November 2004

Topic: Out of Flyover Land
"How can 59,054,087 people be so dumb?"
Some Europe newspapers less than enthusiastic about Bush re-election

LONDON (AP) -- Many British newspapers cast impartiality aside in reporting the re-election of U.S. President George W. Bush.
"How can 59,054,087 people be so dumb?" asked the Daily Mirror, a liberal tabloid that opposed the war in Iraq. Inside, several pages of coverage were headed "U.S. election disaster."




Here at home there was also dismay expressed in some corners.



The unteachable ignorance of the red states.

OR


Why Americans Hate Democrats?A Dialogue

"The history of the last four years shows that red state types, above all, do not want to be told what to do?they prefer to be ignorant. As a result, they are virtually unteachable.
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Some of the Mantras of the 60s were,

Power to the People, Raise the Consciousness of the Masses,
Empower the Electorate!

There were some unspoken, and maybe even subconscious assumptions in those days. After all was said and done. they achieved their aims, the Masses did become aroused and entered more fully into the Maelstrom of politics.


That is when the unspoken assumptions hit a brick wall. You see, the Masses were supposed to do what they were told to do by their "betters", those more spiritual, more nuanced, more culturally sophisticated. But it turned out some of the masses had different ideas, and it JUST WASN'T FAIR!!!



You can hear the wailing, rending of clothes and gnashing of teeth even now.

You see some of the masses thought not wanting to do what they were told and being ignorant were not the same thing at all. But to the Liberals who feel betrayed, if we were not "ignorant", then we WOULD do what they told us to do.



I have news for them. We really do NOT like being
"told" what to do, but even more than that if you get in our face and tell us we are "dumb" or "unteachable ignorant"?


You will have our FULL ATTENTION, and as Yamamoto pointed out, that is not always such a wise thing to do, "to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve."



Michael Moore had a lot of confidence in Americans he called "slackers". He said, "The slacker motto is: 'Sleep till noon, drink beer, vote Kerry November 2,'" Moore quipped. "Pick nose, pick butt, pick Kerry," he added to applause. "Slackers of the world, unite!"

I do believe his Kerry slackers slept past noon or maybe had too much beer. They did not make it to the Polls.

This attitude is not new at all to the Democrats. In the 1840 Election

The Democrats then stumbled into a bad trap.

One of their newspapers ridiculed Harrison as a dull rustic: "Give him a barrel of hard (alcoholic) cider and settle a pension of two thousand a year on him, and take my word for it, he will sit the remainder of his days in his log cabin."


THAT got the common man's attention and won the Election for William Henry Harrison. One group of Whig party members pushed a ten foot, paper and tin ball emblazoned with pro-Harrison slogans for hundreds of miles. Others handed out whiskey in log cabin-shaped bottles supplied by the E.C. Booz distillery. (Thus came two additions to the American vocabulary: "keep the ball rolling" and "booze.")


I have an idea, we need to do something to thank Michael Moore, how about everyone picking their nose and mailing what you end up with to him?


Posted by ky/kentuckydan at 10:32 PM CST
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Updated: Sunday, 3 June 2007 5:49 AM CDT
Thou Shalt Not Kill=Racist
Mood:  on fire
Topic: Eurabia
(via LVB: Tolerantie (1).) In the Netherlands, artist Chris Ripke reacted to the murder on Theo Van Gogh by an islamic fundamentalist by painting a mural with the text "Gij zult niet doden" ("Thou Shalt Not Kill"),
From Live From Brussels





But because the head of the nearby mosque complained to the police that this was 'offensive' and 'racist', the cops came and sent in city workers to sandblast the mural. A local journalist, Wim Nottroth, who wanted to protest against this by standing in front of the mural was arrested. His story, in Dutch, here. Video of the event, here.
It has come to this.


Of cours this DOES fit right in with plans for the Future of Europe.

"The leaders of the European Union have agreed on a "road map" for the future. Sources close to the negotiations released the map to the media, showing how the EU's leaders expect Europe to look in 2015, at the end of a ten-year plan they hope to adopt next year"



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Posted by ky/kentuckydan at 5:49 PM CST
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Updated: Sunday, 3 June 2007 5:51 AM CDT
Thursday, 4 November 2004
Now to unfinished business
Topic: Islamic Jihad
Today is the 25th anniversary of the day the jihadis declared war on America. On Nov. 4, 1979 Islamist students in Tehran overan the U.S. embassy and took 66 Americans hostage. The hostages were held for 444 days. They were released on Jan. 20, 1981--the day Ronald Reagan was sworn into office.

From My Pet Jawa


Let us take a moment to remember the Fallen.
For me it will be my Cousin, Casey Puckett
Beirut, 1983.

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Posted by ky/kentuckydan at 10:04 PM CST
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Updated: Sunday, 3 June 2007 5:51 AM CDT
Wednesday, 3 November 2004
Want to see how California did this time ;-)
Topic: Out of Flyover Land


Posted by ky/kentuckydan at 11:32 PM CST
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Updated: Sunday, 3 June 2007 5:50 AM CDT
Flyoverland 2000 and 2004
Topic: Out of Flyover Land

Let's see what the changes have been.
The site to go to for comment and information is here


Posted by ky/kentuckydan at 11:24 PM CST
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Updated: Sunday, 3 June 2007 5:50 AM CDT
Friday, 17 September 2004
Normalising Relations with Russia

Leaving Saturday for a trip to the Former Soviet Union. I will try to improve relations with at least one Russian her name is Tatyana. What we sometimes find ourselves doing to promote World Peace! ;-) 99 Luftballons


Posted by ky/kentuckydan at 2:56 AM CDT
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Updated: Friday, 17 September 2004 4:17 AM CDT
Tuesday, 14 September 2004
Committees of Correspondence
The American Revolution
Committees of Correspondence
In an era before modern communications, news was generally disseminated in hand-written letters that were carried aboard ships or by couriers on horseback. Those means were employed by the critics of British imperial policy in America to spread their interpretations of current events.

Today we are in the midst of the Second American Revolution. It is a Revolution of Information, no longer can elite gateways control what we can see, hear and discuss.

To the Committees of Correspondence of the Second American Revolution, the BLOGS this space in the internet is gratefully dedicated.

Special committees of correspondence were formed by the colonial assemblies and various lesser arms of local government. The committees were responsible for taking the sense of their parent body on a particular issue, committing it to a written form and then dispatching that view to other similar groups. Many correspondents were members of the colonial assemblies and also were active in the secret Sons of Liberty organizations. In the early years, committees were formed to address a specific problem, then disbanded when resolution was achieved.

The first formal committee of correspondence was established in Boston in 1764 and was charged with rallying opposition to the recently enacted Currency Act and the unpopular reforms imposed on the customs service.






I do not intend it to espouse any profound thoughts of my own. Though I may comment from time to time.
It is a place for me to store the Committees of Correspondence that I find of value in the Bloguniverse, their addresses and some of their posts.

If you find it useful, then that is an added benefit.

If you have made it back here to the beginning of my blog on this date or after Sept 4,2006, you probably noticed I changed my mind and have been posting some of my own thoughts, though the part about not being profound is probably still true ;-)

kentuckydan


Posted by ky/kentuckydan at 11:33 PM CDT
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Updated: Wednesday, 6 September 2006 4:04 AM CDT

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