Friday, December 17, 2004

Duck Abe! The GiRL's Are "Out" To Get You!

Beautiful Atrocities has the goods on the latest attempt to rewrite history by the radical "groups rights" lobbies. In this case, it is the gay rights lobby which I affectionately call "The GiRLs."

In a satirical post you hear Oliver Stone offering Collin Ferrell a movie role thusly:

"Never mind - I've got the role of a lifetime for you: ABRAHAM. No, not the Jew! Lincoln. Turns out he was a screaming homo! Who knew?"

Yes, folks. Get ready for the onslaught. The New York Times has a breathlessly loving review of a forthcoming book by C. A. Tripp.

"In 'The Intimate World of Abraham Lincoln,' to be published next month by Free Press, Mr. Tripp, a psychologist, influential gay writer and former sex researcher for Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey, tries to resolve the issue of Lincoln's sexuality once and for all. The author, who died in 2003, two weeks after finishing the book, subjected almost every word ever written by and about Lincoln to minute analysis. His conclusion is that America's greatest president, the beacon of the Republican Party, was a gay man."

The New York Times just delights in "sticking it to" the Republicans.

And how about that? Mr. Tripp was a "sex researcher" for Alfred Kinsey. I wonder what the full description of that job "position" was?

Now the left just loves Kinsey. I mean, he was pivotal in promoting recreational and indiscriminate sexual behavior. He was pivotal in creating the environment where notches in one's bedpost are de rigueur and badges of honor. He helped to create the "carefree sexual agents" who became the linchpins of the sexual revolutions in both the hetero and homosexual communities.

But others take offense at what Kinsey achieved.

"Kinsey would undermine marriage as a sacrament in which the man and the woman commit to each other to nurture new life. This was in keeping with the eugenic thinkers of his day as they sought to slough off the archaic family structure on the road toward a future sexual utopia."

"In present day America the outcome of Kinseyan sexuality has been to shift child care responsibilities from parents, the new carefree sexual agent, to the state where children are to be eugenically guided and managed as "human resources."

Needless to say, Tripps' book has The New York Times and "The GiRLs" all "excited."

"Larry Kramer, the author and AIDS activist, said that Mr. Tripp's book "will change history."

"'It's a revolutionary book because the most important president in the history of the United States was gay," he said. 'Now maybe they'll leave us alone, all those people in the party he founded.'"

Well, Mr. Kramer, I wish that people like you with radical political agendas would leave history alone!

(And yes, I can already hear people calling me a homophobe. Such hot-button labels are a convenient tool used to squelch and marginalize those with a differing opinion. But a difference in opinion does not a homophobe make! )

Wednesday, December 15, 2004

Why Doesn't The MSM Call Zell A Maverick?

Sam Stewart

On John Kerry: "This is the man who wants to be the commander in chief of our U.S. Armed Forces? U.S. Forces armed with what?

Spit balls?"

Pecksniffian Alert Part III


"A celebrated red-tailed hawk evicted last week from his upscale New York digs is getting professional design help December 14, 2004 for his bid to move back to the ritzy Upper East Side apartment building where his nest was abruptly removed from its site last week after complaints from building residents about falling debris. The red-tailed hawk known as Pale Male (R) watches as his mate Lola (L) lands on their nest on the cornice of the Fifth Avenue apartment building in New York. Pale Male has lived on the 12th floor perch since 1993."

OK, I am making an assumption here but with the extreme "blueness" of the isle of Manhattan, I would think it a safe bet that the majority of people who live in this 74th and Fifth apartment building are liberal. Now, generally, the left are really gung-ho about saving the habitat of indigenous species. Just ask the military who would like to practice their maneuvers on property they own but are unable to because of environmental regulations brought about due to the actions of the "animal rights" types. (See here and here.)

My thesis is that if these people actually practiced what they preached, the people who live in this building would be the ones to get evicted and poor little Pale Male, Lola and their brood would still be living comfortably in their aerie on the upper east side!

Hollywood Disconnect

Britney and Bitbit

"Britney Spears has treated her pet chihuahua to a £93 ($175) steak. The singer ordered the prime cut of meat when she took Bitbit out for a gourmet meal at the Picasso restaurant in the Bellagio Hotel, Las Vegas."

"Master chef Julian Serrano usually only prepares food for the rich and famous and was unaware he was cooking a dog's dinner. 'Talk about an insult - Julian is one of the top chefs in the US,' said a colleague. 'The idea of him having to cook for a chihuahua is ridiculous."

"Just as well no one told him where his dish was destined. It was a total insult to his talent.' "

Don't you just find it ridiculous when these Hollywood types go around professing that they are just normal, average people? Don't get me wrong; I don't begrudge anyone this kind of extravagance. If you've put the time and effort in (and been the recipient of a few lucky breaks along the way) to be able to accumulate this kind of wealth; more power to you! Can you say "American dream?" But when these same people turn around and aver their "averageness," I can only conclude that their stardom has made them delusional.

And don't get me started on when they think they can lecture me on how this country should be run. Can you say "shut up and buy your dog a steak?"

P.S. Merry Christmas!

Sorry To My Brothers In Blog!


It appears that Anna is off the market!


Tuesday, December 14, 2004

Congratulations Sir!

President George W. Bush awards the Presidential Medal of Freedom to former Army General Tommy Franks during a ceremony at the White House, Dec. 14, 2004.

I just love me some Tommy Franks!

Monday, December 13, 2004

Nuggets Of "Wisdom" From The Deaniac!

MSNBC gave former POTUS wannabe Howard Dean a platform to display his acumen for political skullduggery. Below are a few choice tidbits from the exchange.

"You didn't see the president (Bush 43) becoming a centrist all of a sudden. The president is the most conservative really far-right president we've seen in my lifetime and he uses that very effectively to get his base to the polls."

I'm sorry, but for a person to call George W. Bush "the most conservative really far-right president" that they have ever seen, they must either be smoking crack or absolutely ideologically insane! Bush has consistently let down his conservative base. How about "drunken sailor" government spending? How about campaign finance reform? How about immigration reform? How about energy policy reform which includes the use of our own natural resources? On and On. The one thing that Bush has hit out of the park with the conservative base is his understanding that we are (and have been for some time) under attack by an enemy that will do anything to destroy us. He also understands that to sit idly by and to depend on an inept and corrupt debating society (made up of, in large part, fascistic tyrants and power-grubbing has-beens) would mean certain demise for the US.

"MR. RUSSERT: Harry Reid, the new leader of the Democrats, was on the MEET THE PRESS last week, and he said he would be open to Antonin Scalia being appointed chief justice of the Supreme Court. There may be some ethical problems, he said. If he could get by those, he was very much impressed by the brilliance of his mind."

"DR. DEAN: Well, first of all, I like Harry Reid a lot. He's a straight shooter, and I think he's going to be a good leader. I disagree with him on this one. I think Antonin Scalia ought not to be on the Supreme Court let alone chief justice because I think he lacks judicial temperament."

Read: He does not support abortion-on-demand, he is not a populist (a left-wing euphemism for socialist), and he is an icky Republican.


"DR. DEAN: Because when you--and I have appointed a great many judges as my career as governor--the second thing after a work ethic that you look for when you're appointing a judge or a justice is judicial temperament. That means--in our judicial system, it's very important for the loser and/or the winner in any case to be--to feel like they've been treated fairly and respectfully by the court system. That's what is the glue that binds us together as a society. When you are sarcastic and mean-spirited, as the justice often is from the bench, it leaves the losing--the loser in that case feeling as if they were not respected by the judicial system, and that's why you don't put people with bad temperament on the--on any court, and I certainly don't think they should be on the Supreme Court of the United States."

1) To have Howard Dean lecturing on someone being mean and sarcastic is just obscenely ironic.

2) Just because someone does not agree with you ideologically, it does not make them unqualified for a judgeship.

3) I'm not quite sure where in the judicial job description you find the dictum that a judge must bolster the self-esteem of the losing side of cases before them. I will admit that it would be nice to have both sides walking out of the courtroom feeling all warm and fuzzy, but I somehow don't believe that it is the sine qua non of a good judge that Dean purports it to be in his above argument.

"MR. RUSSERT: When specifically was he mean-spirited or sarcastic?"

"DR. DEAN: You've seen many, many times. I don't have a specific time, but you could go read almost any oral argument in the last year and find sarcastic, mean-spirited remarks from the justice in those arguments."

Not a single example Howard? I mean, you spent all that time coming up with this excuse and you can't give us even one example? It's a good thing you are not a judge because such shallow argumentation would truly be a disservice to the judiciary.

By the way, I didn't vote for you because I've heard it been said that you like to dress up like a woman and play with the vacuum cleaner while watching Jerry Springer. I find this behavior unbefitting for the POTUS. Now, I don't have any pictures or eyewitness reports of you doing this but I'm sure if a person did a google search on it, they would come up with something to "prove" it.

There several other amusing ruminations by Dr. Dean in the interview but, as I now have a pressing engagement to attend, I will leave it to you, if you so desire, to read the interview in its entirety and come up with your own rebuttals.

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