Friday, July 28, 2006

Dear Mr. President....

What the hell is wrong with you? No, I don't mean this in a "I'm a Cindy Sheehag/Howeird Dean fan" way. I mean this in a "why are you currently fighting the Democrats with your hands tied around your balls?" way.
Truly, the discovery of WMD's in Iraq should have been trumpeted from every Republican mouth from sea to shining sea. Instead, the Whitehouse's muted response looked to be choreographed by Harry "I'm no crook" Reid. Hell, if I was in charge I would have bought advertising time on every major network, Fox News and that sorry other news network.
And as time rolls by, more and more evidence is being uncovered that you WERE RIGHT supporting the invasion, that Iraq HAD WMD's, and they moved them out as the whining UN and anti-war protesters delayed our actions, effectively allowing Saddam and the rest to move these weapons into the hands of Syria. That would be the same Syria that actively funds Hezbollah, Hamas, and countless other TERROR organizations.

What's that? Yes, they say Iraq isn't part of the War on Terror. Shows how ignorant they really are doesn't it?

And Italy wasn't part of WWII either.

People need to know this stuff. You DIDN'T lie. I know that that the standard response from this administration is that we want to elevate ourselves above the fray and not participate in such immature arguments. However, it's time that you start defending your policies, your administration, and your actions with facts. The facts that are out there and prove we were right.


Thursday, July 27, 2006

Casey buys some land for mom

Cindy Sheehag most recent dump that she's taken upon the grave of her son? She's used the insurance money that she got from his death to purchase land in Crawford Texas. Yep, the exact same Crawford Texas where the president also owns property.

Her ripoff group, goldstarwhateverbitches were asked to sign a release in order to use the same land as last year, and they refused. The release was basically to hold the owner harmless in case anything happens on the land to the persons there. So the ambulance chasing, trial lawyer, democrat lovers can't sue the owner. Sheehag responded to him that she felt held hostage, and his response was "You can go away now".

Once again, "paging St. Cindy, your 15 minutes are up".....

Dear Casey, Thanks for your sacrifice. Sorry about your mom.
a Grateful Nation.

Whoared Dean's verbal flatulence

Howeird Dean recently made a comment about the Iraqi prime minister's visit to the US and his speech on the floor of Congress, calling him an 'anti-semite'.
Now, I understand that it could indeed be true that Maliki is, indeed an anti-semite, but as a public figure, Howeird has some responsibility to not fan the flames of stupidity by talking such smack.
But then, because he apparently felt that he wasn't going to get enough face time on the news, the Vermont Vacuum (cuz he sucks) decided to call Florida senatorial candidate (Republican of course), Katherine Harris, a 'crook' and compare her to Josef Stalin.
I just hope that finally the people of Florida show that they have a little bit of the sense that God gave them, and show that jackass exactly what they think of his opinion.

Dean calling someone anti-semitic but being pictured wearing a kaffiya, which signifies support of Hamas, I gotta believe it questions what's left of his itty bitty bit of credibility that he may have had at one point in time.

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Hack these guys...

Since I know that a number of people who read this blog are IT security professionals who would NEVER EVER knowingly hack a site illegally, I'm not suggesting that any of you would ever want to hack these sites that are known Hezbollah sites, or their hosts, or their DNS servers, or anything else like that. I mean, that would break laws, demagnetize your credit card, make your SAT score go down, force you to report to Raj for the rest of your life, and other horrible, horrible things.
But for those of you who aren't concerned about such trivial things, here's some sites to check out:

amongst others.

Wankers...all of them

I'm lucky enough to live somewhere that doesn't have a whole lot of anti-anything protests. Most of the folks here in the Great Lakes tend to just be satisfied being miserable living here and that's enough.
However, this video/blog post makes me wish we had more peace-protests and the like here. Because you KNOW that I'd be the guy with the video camera. And my boys Jiggidy, G-Toledo aka Doubleshot, and a few others would be my body guards as well. Not that I'd need one, but just to make sure I got good video without disruption. His stuff was a bit shaky for my tastes, and didn't focus enough on the faces of the protesters. Hey, you go to a public place, you protest and say ignorant things, you have to stand behind what you say. Even if it's posted on the Internet for millions/billions to see.
Just goes to show you that the lots of the people at these asinine protests are college students that don't want mommy and daddy to know what they're doing with their money.

Monday, July 24, 2006

Picture worth 1000 words

Perhaps the Dimwitocrats and Hizbollah apologists should recognize this and acknowledge the truth.

Thanks to IDFIsrael.

Theresa allows John to borrow his pair...

John Kerry, in a bar in Detroit, says "This wouldn't be happening if I was president", in reference to the current Israel/Hezbollah war.

Sounds like just like any other washed up jackass that you tend to run across in the bar doesn't it? The guy who was a worthless failure, whose balls are kept in his wife's purse, who is a legend in his own mind, but noone elses.

He was apparently in town to help Jennyfromtheblock Granholm in her re-election bid against Dick Devos. Way to go John. I certainly hope that affiliating yourself with losers rubs off on Ms. Granholm.

Friday, July 21, 2006

woo hoo, I'm da man!

One of my favorite sites, The Crazy Rantings of Samantha Burns, has this cool feature called "Moron of the week". She takes a silouhette of a left wing idiot and posts it on the site, asking folks to guess who it is. Every week I try, every week I completely am clueless as to who it is.

This week however, I nailed it.

Now to just defend my crown.......

If you get a chance, check out her site. She's definitely not like the other folks from Canuckistan who tend to be a bit more on the left side of the spectrum.

RIP my friend

From a friend. Since I thought that many of you would share the same emotions, I'd pass it along:

Dear Friends,
While many of you know me as a happy-go-lucky guy who enjoys the brighter side of life, I feel compelled to inform you of a recent and rather tragic event that has occured in my life. It's wonderful how in times like these, the thought of friends like you can so uplift your soul. This evening I was working in my new apartment when I received a phone call from a friend from a while back to tell me that a mutual friend of ours had recently, and unexpectedly passed away. Though I hadn't recently spoken or hung out with him, he was a guy that made a great impression on your life. Whether it was introducing a rather shy middle schooler to new sites, sounds, and tastes in a big city or keeping him company during the awkward college and post-college years. He helped open my eyes to new experiences and taught me the importance of being a gentleman in order to get the ladies. In any time, I knew that I had a friend in Robert and like many of you, I knew I could count on him.

Like all friendships, you have your differences. And in a time like this, it's funny how I can laugh and smile about both the good times and the bad. Many of my college friends probably aren't familiar with Robert as I only hung out with him once or twice during my years at Purdue due to a disagreement that seems so silly now. After graduation though, we reestablished contact through the same person who actually called me tonight and told me of his passing, one of my ex-girlfriends, Morgan. We were kind of the three musketeers when we were together and it's those good old fashioned times of watching a game, making catcalls at girls, and grabbing a beer that I tend to choose to remember.

As some of you might know, Morgan is now married and living in Florida, but she told me that she also regularly hung out with Robert. She said that he was doing such great stuff for others and the community and that the papers had written such nice things about his passing. Morgan even said that since she quit her real estate job after the wedding, he'd offered to give her a job working for him ... a job which she said he wouldn't take no for an answer and paid her well above the market rate for her experience. While I know that was rather a diversion from the topic, I feel that it just demonstrates the type of man that Robert was.

It's a shame to know that I'll never be able to thank Robert for the great times I've had with him, or the times down the road we could have had together. I know that in my heart, we shared a deep friendship that will outlast our physical beings.

So, the next time you grab a worthy beverage, all I ask is that you think of Robert and make a toast:Robert Brooks, you have shown me hot girls in tight uniforms, D cups in B bras, and given me the best hot and boneless chicken wings that money can buy and thank you for keeping me company during those painful years in South Bend.

So, please raise your glasses, whatever you have in front of you: To Robert Brooks, friend, confidant, and founder of Hooters, we shall miss you.

I love you all,


Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Join in a firestorm

At the risk of driving further traffic to a lame site, I'd like to republish my comments here so that folks may participate, or choose to post their comments on his site as well. I posted this comment on in response to some stupid post of his, claiming that the American media is pro-Israel (which I tend to find 100% wrong):
At the risk of actually driving traffic to this lame site, I'm going to
actually post a bit of intellectual truth here. Yes, it'll be a breath of fresh
air, so it's a risk...Balance in the US media? You're actually saying that the
US is balanced AGAINST the terrorists (yes, terrorists) from Hizbollah? Are you
insane? This would be the same media that calls the foreign nationals in Iraq
who flocked there from other countries to kill Iraqis and Americans as 'freedom
fighters', but they're balanced toward the US? Honestly, who struck first?
Israel? Would that be the same Israel that hasn't been in Gaza for almost a year
now? The same Israel that hasn't been in southern Lebanon for 6 years? But
they're oppressing the people there. You're obviously smoking much of the
product of the poppies grown in northern Afghanistan that your beloved Taliban
had almost wiped out.Supposed academics like you who refuse to actuallyl educate
yourself as to the real problems in the area are just useful idiots for the
Islamo-facists. The amazing thing is that most of you call George Bush a
fascist. As if he's ever stoned someone for adultery (or ordered one) or hung
someone for homosexuality. Hypocrite.
After getting flamed multiple times, although none had the balls to post anything here, even though I posted my blog address there, I had a second comment:
It amazes me the number of you people even know how to SPELL truth, much less try to figure out what exactly it is. Obviously the idiotic things said in these comments are too numerous to mention, but there are a few I'd love to slap down.
1. Oppression=Israel? Yeah, right. Because a Democratic society where people are allowed freedoms and the ability to believe as they wish and worship as they wish is ever so oppressive. A christian in Israel has all the rights in the world to worship the way they want. Can you say the same about a Jew in Syria or Iran? No. And if the Palestinians want someone to blame about their lot in life, they should start with that corrupt leadership they've had for the last 30 years. Yassir Arafat funneled more money away from the Palestinians than was spent on their assistance.
2. Uneven casualty reports = bias. BS again. There is a reason why there are more casualties on the Lebanese side than the Israeli side and that's military expertise. When the Israeli's bomb a rocket cache, they hit it and kill all around that cache. It's not the Israeli's fault that the inbred pedophiles in Hezbollah chose to hide their rockets in schools and mosques. When Hezbollah fires a rocket, they fire it and then scurry like the cockroaches they are back into the darkness.
Bottom line, they're cowards that are unwilling to step into the daylight and fight man to man, because if they ever did, they'd be wiped from the earth to be given their 72 virgins that I guarantee will look a lot like Helen Thomas.
So, for those of you who would like to slapdown some ignorant folks, there's so many out there that need a good slap. But these folks may be a good start.

Israel v Hezbollah, the Washington Post, & self-loathing Jews everywhere

Now, I don't know how many of you out there are Jewish, but I've noticed that there seems to be this undercurrent amongst the Jewish community to 'hate' Israel. I don't mean to merely dislike what they do, or merely feel uncomfortable with an association with them. I mean, true hatred. Like "Israel is a mistake", hate. Richard Cohen of the Washington Post wrote a column yesterday saying:
The greatest mistake Israel could make at the moment is to forget that Israel itself is a mistake. It is an honest mistake, a well-intentioned mistake, a mistake for which no one is culpable, but the idea of creating a nation of European Jews in an area of Arab Muslims (and some Christians) has produced a century of warfare and terrorism of the sort we are seeing now. Israel fights Hezbollah in the north and Hamas in the south, but its most formidable enemy is history itself.
Now, I acknowledge that there are times when I question WTF Israel is doing, such as the Gaza pullout, etc. But never, ever, ever, have I questioned whether Israel has a right to exist. Perhaps it's the martyr syndrome that many American Jews enjoy for living such an unsacrificed life, where they've never wanted for anything. Perhaps it's that natural feeling to beat oneself up over the pain and suffering of others. Honestly, I completely don't understand it.

BUT to then go and vote for a political party that traditionally is anti-Israel at best and antisemitic at worst such as the Dimwitocrats, just completely baffles me. Remember, this is the party of Jesse Jackson, who referred to Jews as 'Hymies' and New York as 'Hymietown', Larry Darby from Alabama who denies that the Holocaust happened, Al Sharpton who has instigated multiple antisemitic activities, and Robert Byrd, who is was a grand dragon in the KKK.
No, I don't deny that the Republicans have had folks such as David Duke (who was ostracized from the Republican party), but we tend to kick them out as best we can. Al Sharpton was a presidential contender for chrissakes.

Bottom line is, right now, Israel is defending itself from the multitude of rocket attacks that are being launched at them. Many in the media are whining because of the imbalance of casualties on the Lebanese side. My opinion is that only shows that if you mess with Israel, be prepared to bleed. They're not just fighting to kill these few individual terrorists, or destroy some rocket cache. They're fighting for their own existence, and when someone is doing that, they're going to tear you a new one.

And Israel has the right to, and can do just that to the impotent little savages from Hezbollah.

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Is it just me?

Or is everyone a friggin whiner lately? Jesus, it's July. It's SUPPOSED to be hot you morons. It's not global warming, it's this cool thing that maybe you heard of....SUMMER?!!
Assbags....'waaaah, it's hot!!'...
90 degrees is perfectly normal in Michigan during the late days of July and early August. 110 is not unheard of in the upper midwest, despite the reports that it was a headlining event.
Matt Drudge, who seems to have an odd fascination with weather anyway, has been headlining about the weather for the last two days. Get over it Matt, yep, it's hot. And guess what, it's hot everywhere. It's summer.

When it's -20 in January, that'll be news too...and I'll be shaking my head again.

Monday, July 17, 2006


Vacation has left me digging out from underneath a pile of stuff @ work, so I apologize for not posting for a week, and also probably won't post today..unless properly motivated.

And right now, very little is motivating me to do damn near anything.

Thursday, July 06, 2006

Send Cindy to Venezuela!

Wow, so much to say....

First, in an interview with some nobody on pMSNBC (like anyone actually WATCHES that network), Cindy Sheehag, queen of martyrdom, offered up that she'd rather live under the regime of Hugo Chavez in Venezuela than in the US. Video is available here on Youtube.

So, despite what the whackjob libs would like to espouse, President Bush is not a dictator, or anything like one. But the funny thing is that eventually when you bitch and complain enough that something is true, perhaps you start really believing it is. These are the people who complain about our government without ever living anywhere that it's not allowed. As soon as they live in a country like Venezuela where dissent isn't allowed, they'd appreciate the freedoms they have here.

But until then, I'm taking contributions to help send Cindy Sheehag to Venezuela. Email me and I'll tell you where to send it. I'm sure that by the end of the day some of the bigger blog sites will have a collection set up to buy her a ticket the hell outta here, so that we can finally be rid of the biggest self-righteous whining douchebag since Al Gore.

"Casey, thanks for your service. Sorry about your mom".....

Best. T-shirt. Ever.

Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Teach 'em hate from the beginning...

That's what I always pathetic is this? An Egyptian TV show (remember, TV in Egypt is controlled by the government) where frightened looking children are preached to by a mullah who apparently hasn't been briefed about the PC crowd's effort to remind everyone that Islam is a 'religion of peace'.

Seriously though, don't those kids look terrified? At least a couple of them anyway.

Strong on symbolism, null on substance

As you may know, Cindy Sheehag is now fasting for peace. While that's probably one of the most ignorant things I've ever heard, because honestly, the majority of us (including her son's spirit) would probably be thankful if she withered away to nothing and croaked.
However, at least she's got the balls to truly FAST for what she thinks. Hollyweird losers semi-stars Susan Sarandon and Sean Penn (the usual subjects) are organizing a 'rolling fast' for stars. Since, as you know, stars don't actually have to sacrifice for anything, because they're not like the 'little people', they're merely going to participate in a "relay in which 2,700 activists pledge to refuse food for at least 24 hours, and then hand over to a comrade".

Well at least they picked the right description for the people taking part...comrade.

The sheer idiocy of this is that if they'd shut the hell up and stop giving comfort and aid to the enemy, this would have been over a long time ago.
As the notes found in the building that al-Zarqawi was killed show, their biggest fear was that the Americans would have a spine through this whole thing and stay the course. They already admit that their fighters had low morale and recruiting was getting more and more difficult because of the American success in the region. But do we hear that from the idiots in the anti-war crowd? Hell no.
By the way, where were these morons during Bosnia? Oh yeah, sleeping in the Lincoln Bedroom and donating money to the Hillary for Senate campaign....

So much for substance.

Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Declaration of Independence

A friend sent me this, and I had to pass it along. I'm not sure of the original author, but if I find it, I'll provide proper credit. If there are typos, it's because I'm enjoying my holiday off and not paying attention:

Have you ever worndered what happened to the fifty-six men who signed the Declaration of Independence?
Five signers were captured by the British as traitors and tortured before they died.
Twelve had their homes ransacked and burned.
Two lost their sons serving in the Revolutionary Army; another had two sons captured.
Nine of the fifty-six fought and died from wounds or hardships of the Revolutionary War. They signed and pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor.

What kind of men were they?

Twenty-four were lawyers and jurists. Eleven were merchants, nine were farmers and large plantation owners; men of means, well educated. But they signed the Declaration of Independence knowing full well death would be the cost if captured. Carter Braxton of Virginia, a wealthy planter and trader, saw his ships swept from the seas by the British Navy. He sold his home and properties to pay his debts and died in rags.
Thomas McKean was so hounded by the British that he was forced to move his family almost constantly. He served in the Congress without pay, and his family was kept in hiding. His possessions were taken from him, and poverty was his reward.
Vandals or soldiers looted the properties of Dillery, Hall, Clymer, Walton, Gwinnett, Heyward, Ruttledge, and Middleton.
At the battle of Yorktown, Thomas Nelson Jr. noted that the British General Cornwallis had taken over the Nelson home for his headquarters. He quietly urged General George Washington to open fire. The home was destroyed, and Nelson died bankrupt.
Francis Lewis had his home and properties destroyed. The enemy jailed his wife and she died within a few months.
John Hart was driven from his wife's bedside as she was dying. Their thirteen children fled for their lives. His fields and his gristmill were laid to waste. For more than a year he lived in forests and caves, returning home to find his wife dead and his children vanished. A few weeks later he died from exhaustion and a broken heart.
Norris and LIvingston suffered similar fates.

These men gave you and me a free and independent America. Some of us take these liberties for granted, but we should respect their sacrifices and respect the liberties they fought and died for.
Take a few minutes out of your 4th, between the potato salad and fireworks...or between the fire crackers and the laying around on the beach....and remember those men who gave all so that you can stuff your face with BBQ, or watch those maniacs on ESPN do the same with hotdogs.

It's not much to ask for.

And remember, the people we're fighting in Iraq, don't want us to have these freedoms, and the people we're fighting side by side and for in Iraq, would like these freedoms as well. And they're making sacrifices every day as well.

Happy 4th, and thanks for being here.

Monday, July 03, 2006

Iraq a distraction in 'real' war on terror?

That's actually what some folks think. They think that Iraq is merely a distraction. A 'payback' from 'W' for their attempting to assasinate his father. These idiots think that money spent on the war in Iraq would be better wasted spent on securing our harbors, airports, mail system, schools, etc. While I agree that more $$ needs to be spent on securing those areas, unless you want to turn over your entire paycheck to the government (which I'm sure some of these morons would love to do), there IS a finite amount of money available to fund projects (try explaining that to a their eyes cross). Thus I'd much rather see us spending the money where we get the most 'bang' (yes, pun intended) for our buck. I'd much rather see the $$ spent in Iraq, fighting the terrorists where they ARE, rather than here, where they aren't.
See, the more we kill there, the fewer that will try to enter our country and kill us. Simple math. Terrorists - Terrorists killed in Iraq = less terrorists. Yes, it's basic stuff, but remember, many of these people are the same that want the schools to teach our kids that 2+2 can be 5 as long as it doesn't hurt Johnny's self-esteem.
Oh, and by the way, Osama thinks that Iraq ain't exactly a distraction.