Sunday, September 19, 2004

Celsius 41.11

This is a graphic, disturbing trailer for the new film Celsius 41.11. If you're a mature audience member, it's a must-see.

Celsius 41.11: There is no terrorist threat


The inimitable Don Imus is caught banging his head on the desk in frustration.

..."'Today,' said Bush campaign spokesman Steve Schmidt, 'John Kerry's position on Iraq descended into complete incoherence.' Mr. Imus seemed to agree. 'I was just back in my office banging my head on the jukebox,' Mr. Imus said. 'This is my candidate, and ... I don't know what he's talking about.'"...

Dallas Morning News: Incoherent

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Flip-flop of the Week

Courtesy of the Federalist:

Flip: "We should increase funding [for the war in Iraq] by whatever number of billions of dollars it takes to win." --John F. Kerry, 31 August 2003

Flop: "$200 billion [for Iraq] that we're not investing in education and health care, and job creation here at home. ... That's the wrong choice." --JFK, 8 September 2004

A True Friend of Israel... Not

Despite his best efforts at winning over the Jewish vote, Kerry is rapidly losing momentum because of flip-flopping on major Israeli issues. Kerry stands on both sides of major issues such as the security fence, Yasser Arafat, etc.

...John Kerry called Yasser Arafat a “statesman” and a “role model” in a 1997 book that Kerry cites as proof of his own foresight about foreign policy...

...Kerry expressed the opposite view eight days ago, when he told Jewish leaders in New York that he shares President Bush’s belief that Arafat must be isolated because he’s not a “partner for peace” - much less a statesman...

John Kerry: a true friend of Israel... not

Pictures from Iraq

This is one of a series of photos you won't see in the mainstream press. Click for more info.

Doug Giles on Rathergate

...Let me help you here: missing a physical doesn’t come close to Kerry’s Swift Boat fantasies, his highly questionable, totally bloodless Purple Hearts, much less his traitorous testimony before the Fulbright Committee and subsequent meeting with the enemy in Paris.

Then we have Dan busting an O-ring over President Bush getting preferential treatment in the military. Now that’s the putz calling the kettle black now isn’t it? I don’t recall Rather screaming “injustice” or “preferential treatment” as Ted Kennedy waltzed away from Chappaquiddick or as Bill Clinton walked away unscathed after multiple rape charges, Whitewater, Monica and lying under oath. And as far as preferential treatment goes, Rather gets it every week by being allowed to broadcast 20 years after he has lost all objectivity.

Geez, I wonder what are they going to accuse President Bush of next? How about:

1. He once drank red wine with fried chicken?

2. He wore white after Labor Day?

3. In 1968, he insisted on swimming after lunch, refusing to wait the full thirty minutes?

4. He has been known to drink milk after the expiration date?

5. He started the Civil War?

6. When he was nine, he missed a dentist appointment?

7. Some say he was present during Christ’s crucifixion? ...

Doug Giles

They got a bad case of hatin' you

Trial lawyers in the White House? Malpractice insurance premiums skyrocketing? Now some (rightully terrified) Doctors have joined forces to help defeat the Kerry/Edwards ticket... not motivated by partisan politics, but in order to survive...'s mission is to inform physicians and the public about the history of personal-injury trial lawyer Senator John Edwards, Democratic vice-presidential candidate, and the detrimental impact he has already had on the American healthcare system and the furthur damage he could have on both the healthcare system and the economy in general if elected to the vice-presidential office...

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