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Wednesday, 17 November 2004
1000 Americans have died
Topic: Iraq War
At the hands of terrorists.
Maybe we should just go home?

Oh maybe I should mention, the date is
June 1946
and the place is Germany.

Like reading articles in the New York times about how we Won the War but were losing the Peace? We had no plan for after the major combat was over and how Americas Image had never been lower?

The NYT of almost 60 years ago had plenty of them.

You can read some of them On this site

Want to read about the terrorists, the ones who tied us down in the quagmire that was the European Occupation? Go here

Nothing is really new, almost everything has happened before.

Maybe we SHOULD have just pulled up stakes after the end of WW2 and gone home and left Europe to put its own house in order.
After all it worked out so well the time before didn't it?


Posted by ky/kentuckydan at 7:00 AM CST
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Updated: Sunday, 3 June 2007 5:55 AM CDT
Tuesday, 9 November 2004
The Left's Self Correcting Limit
The good news is that as thought progresses towards the left, there is a limit after which it falls into a Cultural Black Hole and ceases to exist.

One example of this is the Voluntary Human Extinction Movement whose moto is

"May we live long and die out"

Their Goal? Phasing out the human race by voluntarily ceasing to breed will allow Earth's biosphere to return to good health. Crowded conditions and resource shortages will improve as we become less dense.

You know you just cannot make up things this crazy it takes Real Leftist Loons to conceive of them.

There is another organization that is even more extreme if that is possible?

The Church of Euthanasia Their motto is

SAVE THE PLANET KILL YOURSELF

The One Commandment:

"Thou shalt not procreate"

The Four Pillars:
suicide ? abortion
cannibalism ? sodomy

I could not resist adding this.

Every time someone accesses your page, they'll see one of 30 different Euthanasian bumper stickers. The sticker can also be a link to the Church's web site. The sticker images are 2-color 252 x 76 GIFs, and they're each approximately 1k, so they won't slow down your page. To include a random sticker on your page, add the following HTML:

The Church of Euthanasia

We can safely leave those two groups to their own pursuits, they are after all self correcting.

However! The Gaia Liberation Front (GLF), is a different story, they don't think Human Extinction has to be Voluntary.

Les: How does the GLF differ from the Voluntary Human Extinction Movement?

Geophilus: While we support all voluntary efforts to make the humans extinct, we do not exclude the involuntary route. At the rate that the humans are killing the Earth - and for all we know she may have already passed the point of no return - a decision to not reproduce, by itself, even if adopted immediately by every new human - as a result, say, of a new Gaia-worshipping religious movement - would be just too damn slow.

Les: What involuntary methods do you have in mind?

Geophilus: We support, for example, involuntary sterilisation, but we would also welcome the escape of any new anti-human viruses - such as the airborne version of AIDS that might result from AIDS research on mice. (Science, 16 February, 1991, page 809.)

Les: So, why don't you just commit suicide?

Geophilus:The good I'm doing by promoting the idea of human extinction outweighs the harm I'm doing by staying alive.'

Why does that last statement not surprise me?


Posted by ky/kentuckydan at 2:00 AM CST
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Updated: Tuesday, 9 November 2004 2:08 AM CST
Monday, 8 November 2004
Where the big money came from and where it went to
Top Individual Contributors to 527

Out of the top 5 individual contributions #5 was 5 million for Conservative groups #s 1 through 4 added up to 67.9 million for groups like moveon.org ACT etc Not too hard to see who the Big Money in Politics backed. The total picture of contributions for this election will not be known until after this years taxes are filled but historical data can be found here

Campaign Contributions, 2001-2002 (Hard and Soft Money)

What you will see is that the Republicans get more of the smaller contributions the Democrats share goes up as the size of the money goe up until at contributions of 1 million dollars or more the Democrats get 92%. Now WHO exactly is the Party of BIG MONEY?


Posted by ky/kentuckydan at 3:39 PM CST
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Updated: Monday, 8 November 2004 3:50 PM CST
Sunday, 7 November 2004
Black Watch Move Ahead of US Fallujah Assault
Topic: Iraq War

Who SAYS we are in this ALONE?

He Lies



"Black Watch troops have move into position ahead of the imminent US and Iraqi assault on the rebel stronghold of Fallujah, it was reported today.

The British troops have taken up a ?forward operating position? on the east bank of the Euphrates river.

It came at the ?urgent request? of American Marine forces, according to a Sky News reporter in Iraq.

He said the move, supported by 40 Warrior armoured personnel carriers, was to control routes to and from the city west of Baghdad which has been bombarded by American air and artillery strikes.

They will stop reinforcements moving north and block the way of insurgents leaving the city, he said.

The reporter said it fuelled speculation that the main assault on Fallujah will start soon.

He said the move came at the ?specific request? of American commanders and the US was providing air cover.

Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, who claimed responsibility for the death of kidnapped Briton Ken Bigley, has been thought to be holed up in the city.



Elsewhere, rebel resistence against police stations continued today north of Baghdad.

At least 22 people were killed when militants set off explosions at police stations in Haditha and Haqlaniyah.

Yesterday, in neighbouring Samarra, north of Baghdad, four suicide car bombs and attacks on police stations left at least 34 people dead, many of them Iraqi policemen."



I dedicate the following music as fitting for these brave men. all the rest of our Allies and Our Troops who stand in harm's way. These words are as true today as they were a thousand years ago, only the faces marching to battle have changed.




Short the sleep the foe is taking,


Men of Harlech

Modern Words used by Regimental Band

Tongues of fire on Idris flaring,
news of foe-men near declaring,
to heroic deeds of daring,
call you Harlech men

Groans of wounded peasants drying,
wails of wives and children flying,
for the distant succour crying,
call you Harlech men.

Shall the voice of wailing,
now be unavailing,
You to rouse who never yet
in battles hour were failing,

His our answer crowds down pouring
swift as winter torrents roaring,
Not in vain the voice imploring,
call on Harlech men

Loud the martial pipes are sounding
every manly heart is bounding
As our trusted chief surrounding,
march we Harlech men.

Short the sleep the foe is taking,
ere the morrows morn is breaking,
They shall have a rude awakening,
roused by Harlech men.

Mothers cease your weeping,
calm may be your sleeping,
you and yours in safety now
the Harlech men are keeping,

ere the sun is high in heaven
they you fear by panic riven
shall like frightened sheep be driven,
far by Harlech men


Posted by ky/kentuckydan at 8:29 AM CST
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Updated: Sunday, 3 June 2007 5:51 AM CDT
Now Smackwater Jack He Went to Fallujah
Mood:  cheeky
Topic: Iraq War
Cause he was in the mood for a Little Confrontation
He just let it all hang loose
He didn't need any lame excuse
He wouldn't take any more abuse

So he shot down the Congregation!

You can't talk to a Man when he don't want to understand

News from the front via

The Green Side

"Dear Dad -

As you have no doubt been watching, we have had our hands full around Fallujah. It would seem as if the final reckoning is coming. The city has been on a consistent down hill spiral since we were ordered out in April. It's siren call for extremists and criminals has only increased steadily and the instability and violence that radiates out of the town has expanded exponentially. If there is another city in the world that contains more terrorists, I would be surprised. From the last two years, I just don't see a way that we can succeed in Iraq without reducing this threat. The cost of continuing on without taking decisive action is too high to dwell on. The enemy inside the town have come to fight and kill Americans. Nothing will sate their bloodlust and hatred other than to kill everyone of us or at least die trying. It is hard to fathom as a Westerner as rational thought would dictate that we will only be here for a relatively short blip in their history and while we are here, billions of dollars in investments will pour in and opportunity that is beyond comprehension will open up for anyone willing to work. This is not Kansas and this enemy does not think like that."

You hear all the time words like "I support the troops"

Want to? REALLY want to do something more than blow hot air?

Give to the USO!


Posted by ky/kentuckydan at 7:10 AM CST
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Updated: Sunday, 3 June 2007 5:52 AM CDT
Saturday, 6 November 2004
Florida Hurricanes are a Bush/Rove PLOT!
Topic: Global Warming
You can NOT make up things like this. Many thanks to Donald Sensing at

One Hand Clapping

for putting me on the track of this diabolical Neo-Con Conspiracy.

"Hurricanes were Bush's jobs-creation program You may recall that George W. Bush was blamed by the "Scientists and Engineers for Change and Environment2004" and the NAACP National Voter Fund for the hurricanes that devastated Florida this year.

No, really, he was.

Now we learn that bringing hurricanes to Florida was part of his devilishly clever pre-election economic program"


Talk about Power in just a few short years the Neo-Cons have managed a complete climatic change in order to achieve political dominance.

Folks I ask you? Can we trust anyone to hold the reins of Power who actually believes such bilge?


Posted by ky/kentuckydan at 7:38 PM CST
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Updated: Saturday, 7 April 2007 7:09 PM CDT
The unteachable ignorance of the red states
When I read this essay

The unteachable ignorance of the red states
By Jane Smiley and came to the part where she says, "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." "Can the Democrats appeal to such voters? Do they want to?"

I thought a long time on how best to answer her and decided this way would be good.

The lines "oh You're So Condescending your Gall Is Never Ending we Don't Want Nothin', Not A Thing From You"

I found to be particularly fitting. ;-)

We're Not Gonna Take It

Oh We're Not Gonna Take It
no, We Ain't Gonna Take It
oh We're Not Gonna Take It Anymore

we've Got The Right To Choose And
there Ain't No Way We'll Lose It
this Is Our Life, This Is Our Song
we'll Fight The Powers That Be Just
don't Pick Our Destiny 'cause
you Don't Know Us, You Don't Belong

oh We're Not Gonna Take It
no, We Ain't Gonna Take It
oh We're Not Gonna Take It Anymore

oh You're So Condescending
your Gall Is Never Ending
we Don't Want Nothin', Not A Thing From You
your Life Is Trite And Jaded
boring And Confiscated
if That's Your Best, Your Best Won't Do

oh.....................
oh.....................
we're Right/yeah
we're Free/yeah
we'll Fight/yeah
you'll See/yeah

oh We're Not Gonna Take It
no, We Ain't Gonna Take It
oh We're Not Gonna Take It Anymore

oh We're Not Gonna Take It
no, We Ain't Gonna Take It
oh We're Not Gonna Take It Anymore
no Way


Wow! I got LINKED by Buster Block over at Inmuscatine.com I even got a comment COOL!


Posted by ky/kentuckydan at 5:01 AM CST
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Updated: Sunday, 7 November 2004 12:04 AM CST
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.
"

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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Updated: Sunday, 3 June 2007 5:51 AM CDT

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