Saturday, September 17, 2005

Cindy Sheehan HATES the Milltary Part 2

Be sure to read part one to understand what is going on.

Based on the comments that Cindy is getting via the Huffington Post I think a part 2 is needed.

Go their and check out the losers that post on the page. After her piece of course

Cindy Sheehan HATES the Milltary

I can offically say that because just recently this witch (with a B) has recently said that we need to pull out of not only Iraq but out of NEW ORLEANS!!!

What is your problem Ms. Sheehan??? Are you that upset over your son's death that your peacenick quest comes to this?

From this point on Cindy Sheehan, the gloves WILL come off, and should the media at large give you the coverage it did back in August, I will not show any mercy. You will be attacked big time by yours truly, and I will show anyone who visits my blog that your nothing but a Radical Socialist (but working within the Democratic Party) bent on distorying this nation.

I don't care if Jay Marvin, Stephanie Miller, Stacy Taylor, Darth Fargo, Lionel, Bill Press, Randi Rhodes, Al Franken, Thom Hartman, Laura Flanders, Jerry Springer, Mike Malloy, Janeane Garofalo, and the liberal journalists at large think your a great American...YOU NOT AT ALL CINDY SHEEHAN!!!! You would sell us out to the dictators who would crush us if given a chance.

I don't feel sorry for you, any longer. Casey Sheehan made his choice, and that choice was to go and stand by the men and women fighting in Iraq.

Just wait until the Democrats get back into the majority. They just might allow this country to be destroyed overnight, before they can make America the new socialist paradise they have been dreaming about for years.

Story from World Net Daily.

Don't Believe WND? You sure can believe Michael Moore's website.

Friday, September 16, 2005

Constitution Day...What's That???

Well according to Joseph Farah at World Net Daily, their is such a Holiday. We don't know about it. Since I had some insights on the Pledge in my post yesterday, and Joseph Farah wrote a piece about honoring the Consitiution over our American Flag I thought that maybe you should read this piece from Farah about Constitution Day in a piece titled...

Celebrate the Constitution...Click Here!!!

Thursday, September 15, 2005

Pledge of Allegiance Unconstitutional...Again & The History of the Pledge

First time around Michael Newdow got shot down because he used his daughter to make it happen and guess what? The Supreme Court would not hear it because Newdow was not the legal guardian.

Fortunately Newdow found three parents who choose to remain anonymous to help Newdow with his case to remove the words "under God" from the pledge. This time he might win, should this case go the Supreme Court again, and with two new faces much likely. One new face for sure now that William H. Rehnquist is no longer with us.

Story from AP via

John Ziegler who is a radio talk show host on KFI-AM in Los Angeles says he is an agnostic and has issues with organized religion, but does not problem with the words 'under God.' In fact he led the Pledge of Allegiance before a live audience during his program last night.

Many people of faith are crying fowl over this issue because the feel that any expression of 'God' is under fire. If the words 'under God' are taken from the pledge, we are just returning to what the Pledge said prior to 1954.

This case does not really bug me at all. In fact I really believe that we really don't need a Pledge of Allegiance at all. It’s an oath that our founders did not envisioned.

The origins of the Pledge go back as far as 1892. The creation of this pledge is credited to a Socialist Baptist minister by the name of Francis Bellamy via a then popular magazine for children and their families called "Youth's Companion." This magazine recently started a campaign to sell American flags to government schools as a premium to solicit subscriptions. This was not just a business move; the publishers wanted the American flag on every schoolhouse in America. In 1892 the publication sold American Flags to 26,000 schools but the business of selling flags was slowing down.

Youth's Companion approached Bellamy, and wanted him to write a pledge to coincide with the World Columbian Exposition and an official program for the celebration of Columbus Day in schools across America. The first incarnation of the pledge was published in the September 8, 1892 issue of Youth's Companion. This is what it originally said:

I pledge allegiance to my Flag and the Republic for which it stands, one nation indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

One month later it read like this. The new word is in bold.

I pledge allegiance to my Flag and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

The word "to" was a grammar thing.

The National Flag Conference in 1923 & 1924 called for an addiction of certain words in the pledge. Their concern was that immigrants coming in to our country would not know that the pledge was regarding our American flag. With the new words added to pledge they would know that the flag the immigrants are making a promise to is the American Flag. Here is what the revised pledge said with the new words in bold.

"I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands: one Nation indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for all."

Flash forward to 1954 when the Knights of Columbus (a Roman Catholic fraternal organization) and Michigan Senator Homer Ferguson wanted a few more words added to the pledge. They wanted this because they wanted to distinguish the U.S. from the Soviet Union and they used Abraham Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address" and the "Declaration of Independence" to accomplish this goal of adding these words the pledge. As of June 8, 1954 the pledge goes like this...Again new words are in bold.

"I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands: one Nation under God, indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for all."

Should the U.S. Supreme Court agree with Newdow this time around, the pledge will revert to what the National Flag Conference in the early 1920's envisioned.

Many children growing up in post-1892 America have accepted this Pledge of Allegiance, and this pledge is said time and again in the halls of government at all levels and Then Some. The Pledge of Allegiance has become part of the canon of American tradition. No different than Apple Pie and the 4th of July. There is nothing really harmful in having a Pledge of Allegiance to a flag that symbolizes what America stands for, allthough I have some issues with it personally. Just remember that the pledge was originally used by a youth publication many years ago to get American Government Schools to buy American Flags and join in the "Flag Movement."

One more thought; In spite of having our children recite these words over and over and over, they don't really understand the kind of Government our founders envisioned, especially today. They may teach half of the story in our nation's schools but don't see the dangers of what our government is doing now, and believe me Old Europe and its ideals are creeping into our brand of government. The Old Euro ideals bascily encompass the ideal that the Government is this arm of Social Justice, a Superhero/heroine that always fights on the good side. Its a utopia ideal, and not truthful. Its this ideal more/less that drove the men to found this nation in the first place. We don't have Kings and Queens anymore, but we do have dictators and Marxism in this day and age.

History of The Pledge of Allegiance from Wikipedia

Neal Boortz is currently on vacation, but has his two cents regarding this decision

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Cindy Sheehan: The 21st Century Walter Cronkite???

Cliff Kincaid makes the connection between these two regarding their stands of the Vietnam and Iraq wars respectfuly.

The Vision of a Woman President of the United States

Their is a new TV show that critics are in aww over. That show is "Commander in Chief" in which America gets its first female President played by Geena Davis.

USA Today's Robert Bianco says the show will be more about Davis character and the personal and public issues she faces rather than what goes behind the scenes in politics in which "The West Wing" is known for. TV Guide agrees and calls it a slick drama.

However this love for this TV show I think hides another agenda for the entertainment elite. They would like a woman president the Real World. Allthough Davis's character will be a Independent she will butt heads with a male Republican. If this show lasts, will she be a lefty? Likely.

Don't get me wrong, I would not mind a female in the Oval Office. However I would like someone that is the Margaret Thatcher type, rather than the Evita Peron type. Guess which the entertainment elites wants? If you said the Thatcher type then I have a bridge to sell you, and I think you know were it is. If we get a Thatcher type, this woman will be ignored big time by not only the Entertainment elites, but the major news media, and liberals at large.

Yep they truly want the Evita Peron, and Hillary Rodham Clinton fits the profile.

Don't Cry for Me Washington D.C.

Lovers of Freedom, Be on Guard

Monday, September 12, 2005

The 2005 Fall TV Lineup: I Predict Who Wins

Sundays: CBS, ABC, and FOX will do fine with their lineups. FOX will get the younger demo while ABC shall contintue to do will with AFV, EM: Home Edition, Desperate Housewives, and Gray's Anatomy. NBC will do well with L&O: CI, and Crossing Jordan. Toss up for The West Wing however.

Mondays: CBS will continue to win this night hands down. Two and a Half Men has proven to be a winner and should hold the entire lineup including Crime Drama CSI: Miami. King of Queens will get a rating spike and "How I met Your Mother" shall be a hit and live beyond its Freshman season. FOX will have a hit with Prison Break and should return next year. NBC will bomb with "Surface" but should still get the numbers with "Las Vegas" and "Medium."

Tuesdays: CBS should still do well with NCIS, and Amazing Race. Close to Home will be a hit, and will make former soap star Jennifer Finnigan into a Prime Time star. FOX will get the younger demos with Bones and House. ABC might get a nod with "Commander in Chief" and the audience that is into the The West Wing. It should live beyond its Freshman year. If not maybe that would be the best. "My Name is Earl" and Americanized "The Office" on NBC will fade away. L&O: SVU will still be watched.

Wednesdays: CBS will win the first hour with the King of Queens clone (with Children) "Still Standing" and "Yes Dear." Martha Stewart will get the numbers at first by may lose them later on. Freddie Prinze Jr's sitcom will fail but George Lopez will hang though.. ABC will win with Lost and Invasion may hold a second place for the network. Meanwhile it will be a toss up between CBS and NBC during the second hour (Criminal Minds and E-Ring respectfuly), but L&O will still win for the Peacock. FOX will get its demo in the first hour with 70's Show and Stacked. This season will be make or break with CSI: NY

Thursdays: CBS wins hands down with its powerhouse lineup of Survivor, CSI, and Without a Trace. However the eyes will be on ABC and NBC regarding who can do better. Can Alias beat Joey and the final season of Will & Grace, and can the remake of the Night Stalker give Donald Trump the shaft and into the street with a taxi cab waiting for him? I say Kolchak gets the dreaded words "Your Fired," based on what I have heard regarding the remake. FOX will grow with The OC and Reunion. NBC's ER will pull the numbers.

Fridays: it will be a hard night, but with Supernanny leading off ABC's lineup it should do better than its previous shows did. CBS will do better with Threshold and Numb3rs.

UPN: Everybody Hates Chris will be a hit for UPN and it will be a keeper.

The WB: Veteran shows such as 7th Heaven, One Tree Hill, Smallville will do fine. All the new shows have got their work cut out for them.

Sunday, September 11, 2005

Yesterday, London and Madrid. Tomorrow, Los Angeles and Melbourne

All they are waiting is the signal from Allah to carry out this threat. Do you leftys (including Cindy Sheehan) still want to pull out of this fight?

Just as long as the Democrats get elected.

Story from AP and FOX News

Transcript: Alleged Al Qaeda Tape Warns of New Attacks: From ABC News

Where were you (when the world stopped turnin')?

Be sure to read my 9/11 commentary post following this one. Hope you had to chance to rally for the troops as they fight overseas. Now here is Alan Jackson's famous song to remind us of that dark day.

Where were you when the world stopped turnin'
that September day?
Out in the yard with your wife and children;
Or working on some stage in L.A.?
Did you stand there in shock at the sight of that black smoke
Rising against that blue sky?
Did you shout out in anger in fear for your neighbor
Or did you just sit down and cry?

Did you weep for the children
that lost their dear loved ones?
Did you pray for the ones who don't know?
Did you rejoice for the people who walked from the rubble
and sob for the ones left below?
Did you burst out in pride for the red white and blue
And the heroes who died just doin' what they do?
Did you look up to heaven for some kind of answer?
And look at yourself for what really matters?

I'm just a singer of simple songs;
I'm not a real political man
I watch CNN, but I'm not sure I can tell you the difference
in Iraq and Iran
But I know Jesus and I talk to God
And I remember this from when I was young
Faith, Hope and Love are some good things He gave us
And the greatest is Love.

Where were you when the world stopped turning
That September day?
Teaching a class full of innocent children;
Driving down some cold interstate?
Did you feel guilty 'cause you're a survivor
in a crowded room did you feel alone?
Did you call up your mother and tell her you love her?
Did you dust off that bible at home?

Did you open your eyes hope it never happened;
And close your eyes and not go to sleep?
Did you notice the sunset the first time in ages;
Or speak to some stranger on the street?
Did you lay down at night and think of tomorrow;
Go out and buy you a gun?
Did you turn off that violent old movie you're watchin'
And turn on "I Love Lucy" reruns?

Did you go to a church and hold hands with some strangers?
Stand in line and give your own blood?
Did you just stay home and cling tight to your family
Thank God you had somebody to love?

I'm just a singer of simple songs;
I'm not a real political man
I watch CNN, but I'm not sure I can tell you the difference
in Iraq and Iran
But I know Jesus and I talk to God
And I remember this from when I was young
Faith, Hope and Love are some good things He gave us
And the greatest is Love.

Where were you when the world stopped turnin'
that September day?

©2001 EMI Music / Tri-Angels Music (ASCAP)

Have You Forgotten???

Have you forgotten how it felt that day? Too see your homeland under fire and her people blown away Have you forgotten when those towers fell? We had neighbors still inside going through a living hell And you say we shouldn't worry about Bin Laden Have you forgotten?

That came from hit song from Country artist Darryl Worley back in 2003. Now we are in 2005 and even without the Hurricane Katrina tragedy that struck New Orleans we truly have forgotten the tragedy of 9/11.

They took all the footage off my TV They said it's too disturbing for you and me It'll just breed anger, it's what the experts say If it was up to me I'd show it everyday.

They may have taken the footage of 9/11 off our TV screens, but hey now the media can keep us showing the footage of New Orleans and how many people had their lives taken from them. They can show us the dead bodies, the ones who are poor (and mostly black) were screwed by "The Game of Life," and by the Evil George W. Bush and his Republican Party don't give a darn about the African-Americans. Don't get me wrong, we do need to help out the victims of New Orleans no question about it (I will have links to groups who are helping out once again after this commentary and within this post). Don't be surprised however if the media does not get the outcome it wants (i.e. Democrats elected to Congress and a Democrat President) they will keep reminding people of the New Orleans tragedy for a long time to come.

It is amazing how the left reacts to this. They now see a chance to stick it to Bush once and for all. Some have called for Bush (and Cheney) to be arrested and sent to prison. Fine just make sure that Ray Nagin and Kathleen Blanco get thrown in the clink as well. However nobody is going to jail and Nagin and Blanco will be forgiven because after their good liberals, and liberals can never do wrong. Can the left finally get the "security blanket" back from the Republicans once and for all? That is what they are hoping for in their quest to make America more like the Socialist Paradise they have been dreaming for many years...even if Bush increased Government spending MORE SO than Bill Clinton. The way leftys act, its like that the Democrat Party was some kind a religious cult, and that this cult called the Democrat Party needed to evangelize those people who are misguided by Republicans, conservatives and libertarians. Yep in case you don't know it allready I am a bad guy to these leftys.

Don't you tell me not to worry about Bin Laden

The left likes to remind us that Bush forgot about ObL, however the "War on Terror" has a bigger picture. Saddam Hussein at one time was an ally (not by choice however) regarding the 1980's conflict with Iran and you can thank pacific Jimmy Carter for that, and guess who thinks he was a great President? WALTER CRONKITE!!! The man who sold South Vietnam out to the commies second ONLY to Jane Fonda.

It has been reported that Hussein was a secular Muslim of sorts and maybe even a Marxist. If that is true it should not surprise you why the media and the left have not been supportive of Bush regarding this angle of the "War on Terror." Make no mistake Saddam was loved by the left. Their has NEVER been a Communist and/or Marxist the left has ever despised.

Today their might be some 9/11 rally in your hometown. Be sure to make time for it. We need to remind that troops who are fighting the War on Terror that we have not forgotten the reasons why they have been sent into this war. We also want to remind them that the media may not support them, certain Citizens of America do.

Please do remember New Orleans and give to those who are helping the victims.

Adventist Community Services


American Red Cross

America's Second Harvest

Catholic Charities USA

Christian Disaster Responce

Christian Reformed World Relief Committee

Church World Service

Compassion International

Convoy of Hope

Ed Schultz (Darth Fargo) Adopt a Family of Hurricane Katrina Trust Fund

Feed The Children

Habitat for Humanity

Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod World Relief

Lutheran Disaster Response (This is done through the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America body)

Mennonite Disaster Service

Nazarene Disaster Response

Network for Good

Orthodox Presbyterian Church is taking funds but I think you CAN'T do it online

Presbyterian Church in America-Mission to North America

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (This is done through the Presbyterian Church USA body)

The Salvation Army

Samaritan's Purse

Southern Baptist Convention — Disaster Relief Address WAAAY too long Click here to give through the SBC

United Methodist Committee on Relief


Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod's Relief Fund