Thursday, November 29, 2007


37-27, and it was a closer game than the score indicates. The Cowboys dominated in the first half. The Pack came back in the third quarter, but the Cowboys put it away in the fourth. Too bad that Farve was hurt; I would have liked to see his try at a comeback. Those 2 interference calls were close, and I hate to see a game decided because of a penalty or two.

All in all, it lived up to it's billing. GO COWBOYS!

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

The Eagle has Landed (again)

F15's grounded --- again ---.

Oops. Looks like we got us a bigger problem with all of the F15's, not just the C's and D's.

Lemme see...Raptors...Eagles...Warthogs...nah. OSPREYS!!!!

H/T DefenseTech

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

USS Kitty Hawk

NOT ANOTHER DIME of mine goes to Chinese crap.

(You DID hear that the g-d Chinese denied the Kitty Hawk port entry into Hong Kong? Many, many families spent big money to travel to HK to see their loved ones.)

Again, f*** the Chinese b*******. My grandpa (LtCmdr USNR) is turning over in his grave.

Monday, November 26, 2007

USO ignoring Afghanistan?

On O'Reilly tonight, Bill interviewed Edward Powell, the President of the USO. O'Reilly just returned from Afghanistan, and Bill was upset that more big-names weren't in more shows there. O'Reilly asked Powell why there weren't more shows, and more big names. Powell tried his best, but he laid the blame squarely on DOD for not providing enough airlift and security for more shows.

I don't know...we are in the middle of very important actions there, and it's important to keep our manpower availability high. That said, my initial reaction is to call b.s. on Powell's excuse. A $150 million budget would lease a lot of 747's and a lot of Blackwater guards.

Let's see how it plays out...if I'm wrong, I'd like to hear about it. If I'm his ass.

Thursday, November 22, 2007

A great reason to BOMB IRAN

Why the hell didn't I think of this? What a great way to get the wackos behind bars and out of our lives:

"Hands Off Iran" [Noah Pollak]

Writing in The Nation, Chris Hedges would like you to know that in these times, he is suffering a terrible ordeal of conscience — and that it is not just his ordeal, but indeed the entire nation's.

I will not pay my income tax if we go to war with Iran. I realize this is a desperate and perhaps futile gesture. But an attack on Iran—which appears increasingly likely before the coming presidential election—will unleash a regional conflict of catastrophic proportions. This war, and especially Iranian retaliatory strikes on American targets, will be used to silence domestic dissent and abolish what is left of our civil liberties. It will solidify the slow-motion coup d'etat that has been under way since the 9/11 attacks. It could mean the death of the Republic.
I will put the taxes I owe in an escrow account. I will go to court to challenge the legality of the war. Maybe a courageous judge will rule that the Constitution has been usurped and the government is guilty of what the postwar Nuremberg tribunal defined as a criminal war of aggression. Maybe not. I do not know. But I do know this: I have friends in Tehran, Gaza, Beirut, Baghdad, Jerusalem and Cairo. They will endure far greater suffering and deprivation. I want to be able, once the slaughter is over, to at least earn the right to ask for their forgiveness.
Who is Chris Hedges? Not only was he a New York Times reporter for 15 years, he was its Middle East bureau chief in the 1990's. Yikes.

H/T The Corner

Thursday, November 15, 2007

4 No Trump

Morons...reminds me of the Dixie Twits. Why don't we invalidate their passports so they can stay in China where it's nice and cozy for them? And look at these losers...we couldn't have an uglier team representing the US.

“I earn my living from bridge, and a substantial part of that from being hired to compete in high-level competitions,” Debbie Rosenberg, a team member, said. “So being barred would directly affect much of my ability to earn a living.”

Shoulda thought of that sooner, dumbass.

Monday, November 12, 2007

If HRC is elected, the Republic will FALL

After a press conference in Waterloo, IA yesterday, HRC thought about what it would be like to be president.

I fear this possibility. Fortunately, our nation's flag gave us a grave warning here.

What I find incredible is that she did not try to save the flag from touching the ground, as we were all taught in grade school. She simply pointed and said, "Oh, look". Can't we impeach her out of the Senate?

Sunday, November 11, 2007


You know, it's time that the TIMES realizes that the commies have been defeated...and needed to be beaten. They are pining for the days of FDR and JFK. Well, I say, NFW!

Check out this article in the NY TIMES today.

A sample of the foolishness:

In less than seven years, Mr. Bush has managed to boil that list down to its least common denominator: the president should get his choices. At first, Mr. Bush was abetted by a slavish Republican majority that balked at only one major appointment — Harriet Miers for Supreme Court justice, and then only because of doubts that she was far enough to the right.

Well, no. They balked at Miers because she wasn't QUALIFIED for the job...not because she was not "far enough to the right".

We need to waterboard a few of the TIMES folks.

Sunday, November 04, 2007

Condi for President

Sigh...everyone is wringing hands over the latest in Pakistan.

Why is this such a hard choice? Let Condi be President of Pakistan.