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Heavy-Handed Politics

"€œGod willing, with the force of God behind it, we shall soon experience a world
without the United States and Zionism."€ -- Iran President Ahmadi-Nejad

Saturday, September 25, 2004


While John Kerry continues to campaign and advocate greater global community and U.N. involvement in the war on terror, he continues to belittle the allied nations that are involved in the effort on combatting terrorism.

For approximately all of the last eight years, or so, the U.N. has been struggling to adopt an all-encompasssing game plan against terrorism. Three years ago, shortly after 9/11 the Secutity Council passed a resolution which made it necessary for each country to implement a plan to combat terrorism. So what has the U.N. accomplished? Virtually nothing. Hell, they can't even come up with a definition of terrorism.

Go see more on this topic at NRO and see Anne Bayefsky's piece titled U.N.derwhelming Response: The U.N.’s approach to terrorism.

Thursday, September 23, 2004

Of course, it had to be..........

MoveOn: Bush to Blame For 'Extreme' Hurricane Season

Only two explanations were possible, either Bush or the Jews.

Tuesday, September 21, 2004

Saddam wants mercy

Iraq's PM says Saddam depressed, begs for mercy

Deposed Iraqi President Saddam Hussein is depressed and has begged the Iraqi government for mercy, Iraq's Prime Minister Iyad Allawi said in an interview published Monday.


And why is it we can't or won't do this?

Monday, September 20, 2004

9/11 Politics

Bush-Cheney '04 campaign manager Ken Mehlmen on John Kerry's speech today featuring some of the widows of 9/11 endorsing Kerry:

"Apparently they were against politicizing 9/11 before they were for it."

Via Hugh Hewitt

Sunday, September 19, 2004

Having it Both Ways

John Kerry stays true to form. All kidding aside, this is an actual headline from The Boston Globe: “Kerry courting both sides on gun-control issue”.

Hat tip to VikingPundit.


I have been wondering the same thing and Mark Steyn has this theory:

"Why has CBS News decided it would rather debauch its brand and treat its audience like morons than simply admit their hoax? For Dan Rather? I doubt it. Hurricane Dan looks like he's been hit by one. He's still standing, just about, but, like a battered double-wide, more and more panels are falling off every day. No one would destroy three-quarters of a century of audience trust and goodwill for one shattered anachronism of an anchorman, would they? . . .

The only reasonable conclusion is that the source -- or trail of sources -- is even more incriminating than the fake documents. Why else would Heyward and Rather allow the CBS news division to commit slow, public suicide?"

Hat tip to InstaPundit.