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Thursday, September 21, 2006

Where are you Sanity?

Yes, for those that stop by, there seems to have been a long pause in my posting.

Partially from frustation at seeing idiocy pass as real life, in what lawmakers want to do:

Democrats reject Valid ID requirment for voting

Why do they reject it?

Why wouldn't ALL Americans want the voting for American elections to be American ONLY?

Why do the Democrats block something that would increase the ability to make sure only Americans are voting in an American election process? Not dead Americans, or illegal immigrants.


Another is the loss of faith in the way the American public seems to have such a short memory - I swear they have ADD:

Disgusting 9/11 Memorial

Cyrus Nowrasteh: My sin was ACCURATELY portraying the Clinton record on terrorism. <- You remember this one, the ABC special that looked at both administrations on how they dealt with the terrorism threat leading up to the attack of 9/11. Was it the Bush adminstration forcing ABC to make changes, or to completely shut down the movie because they didn't like the criticism they would get (and yes they were criticized also)...nope, it was DEMOCRATS that forced changes, threatened a company (ABC) with loss of their license if they did not make changes to the docu-drama or even pull it completely.

This complete and over-stepping of congressional authority by a major party has not even garnered interest. The fact that a political party threatened and tried to squash the free speech and censor when the majority if not 99 percent of those that were blasting ABC did not have any viewing of the movie at all yet, but it was enough to cause them to threaten ABC - something I would consider an abuse of power.

Can you imagine the uproar if the Bush administration tried to do something like this or the Republicans. It would be the next campaign platform against Republicans or the Bush Administration. But for the Democrats to do so, well it just seemingly disappears from the radar and we should just casually forget about it....move along, nothing to see here.

And the reeling from the audacity and corruptive stench that comes out of the UN and wondering why we put up with a body of governments that so despise us, yet we pay so they can continue their charade of "neurality" and "good-will".

Transcript of Chavez's Speech to UN where he comes on to US soil and calls OUR President "El Diablo" (the devil).

Why we didn't have someone forceably pick him up by the shirt collar and seat of his pants and hurl him bodily back into his plane, I don't know. Yes, not the "Sane" thing to do, I suppose, but I am beginning to think sanity and common sense seems to be in the minority at the UN, in our Government, and in the Press.

God Help Us.

But in true UN fashion, this is the UN response to idiocy of Chavez's comments:

His remarks drew applause from many of the delegates.

Why are we a part of a body that so hates everything we are and do, but are the first to call on us for aide and military help?

There does seem to be a bright light, that Americans seem to rally enough to see this dictator for what he is, take umbrage at him insulting our President.

Even the Democrats "get it" as they speak in outrage at his remarks to the UN. Whether they are true outrage or not, I have hope....

Nancy Pelosi (D):

"Hugo Chavez fancies himself a modern day Simon Bolivar but all he is an everyday thug," House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi said at a news conference, referring to Chavez' comments in a U.N. General Assembly speech on Wednesday.

"Hugo Chavez abused the privilege that he had, speaking at the United Nations," said Pelosi, a frequent Bush critic. "He demeaned himself and he demeaned Venezuela."


Charles Rangel (D):

RANGEL: AN ATTACK ON BUSH IS AN ATTACK ON ALL AMERICANS... 'You do not come into my country, my congressional district, and you do not condemn my president. If there is any criticism of President Bush, it should be restricted to Americans, whether they voted for him or not. I just want to make it abundantly clear to Hugo Chavez or any other president, do not come to the United States and think because we have problems with our president that any foreigner can come to our country and not think that Americans do not feel offended when you offend our Chief of State'...


Unfortunately, I have yet to hear any outrage from Republicans. Strange to see Democrats sticking up for the President and not the Republicans. Where are you?