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"Fighting the world wide web of wicked wrong doers."

Welcome. The aim of this site is simple - to rail against the slow, but steady chipping away of traditonal American values by a host of groups & individuals bent on destroying them.

“We know the race is not to the swift nor the battle to the strong. Do you not think an angel rides in the whirlwind and directs this storm?" - John Page 1776

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Sunday, January 30, 2005

Let Freedom Reign

From dictator.... to democracy....


The brave & courageous people of Iraq have spoken. Despite threats against them, despite the predictions of low voter turnout, the Iraqis in overwhelming numbers went to the poles & cast their votes. At least 60% of registered voters have voted. In Saddam's day voter turn out was 100%, but the choices were "Saddam, yes" or "Saddam, no." You voted "no" at your peril.


There are stories of wheelchair bound people struggling for a mile or more to get to their polling stations, old folks being carried to the stations, festive dancing by voters in line to vote. One particular story: a polling station was closed, so people began walking to the next closest station - 13 miles away. First a few walked it, then they soon were joined by hundreds. 13 miles!

Thirty plus people died at the terrorist's hands. But this was far from the "blood in the streets" that they promised to inflict on the voters. Iraqi & American forces deserve credit for the wall of protection they provided. And the Iraqi citizens deserve credit & honor for defying the pig terrorists.



The vote was a resounding success!

Meanwhile, Sen. Ted-the DT's-Kennedy mouthed off 2 days ago about pulling our troops out now & blah, blah, etc. He is an idiot & borderline traitor.

Not to be outdone, Sen. John(Vietnam Vet) Kerry today on tv questioned the historic referendum's legitimacy, saying, "It's hard to say that something is legitimate when a whole portion of the country can't vote and doesn't vote." Kerry also pooh-poohed reports of a surprisingly high 72 percent turnout by Iraqi voters, insisting instead that the election has "gone as expected." Asked if he thought Iraq was now less of a terrorist threat, Kerry said: "No, it's more. And, in fact, I believe the world is less safe today than it was two and a half years ago." This sourgrapes fool doesn't have a word of congratulations for the Iraqis in their historic election. Well, John-I'll never be President-Kerry is history, anyway. So we can ignore the fool.

Then there are the radical libnuts who will never acknowledge any good in Iraq, because they are twisted, mean-spirited little punks who have no grip on reality. Comments from a site called the Democrtic Underground:

"I can't believe the Iraqis are buying into this "democracy" bullshit. They have to know that the Americans don't want them to have power, because they know that Bush is in this for the oil, and now that he finally has it he's not going to let it go. This election is a charade."

"There are people who are fighting the richest and strongest army in the world with whatever they can scrape up in the streets. They fight against all odds to preserve the integrity of their country from an occupying force. What is not to admire and respect about that? Do they make mistakes? I'm sure they do. Do innocent people get hurt? Probably. But blame it on the occupying force who started this war, not the people trying to protest their homeland."

"I just can't see how this is a positive development for the people of Iraq or the peace of the world."

"I had to turn off CNN because they kept focusing on the so-called "voters" and barely mentioned the resistance movements at all."

"Where are the freedom fighters today? Are their voices silenced because some American puppets cast a few ballots?"

"Let's hope the resistance got voted in, or if not, they only increase the fight and take down those who betrayed their country today by voting in this fraud election."


It's nice to know that these socio-pathic clueless clowns are marginalized. They will be left behind on the ash heap of history, while democracy spreads inexoribly throughout the world.

14 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I had to turn off CNN because they kept focusing on the so-called "voters" and barely mentioned the resistance movements at all." Why? Are you angry that the media focused on the positives of the elections instead of the negatives as you had previously posted that they would.

"Well, John-I'll never be President-Kerry is history, anyway. So we can ignore the fool." So why devote a paragraph to him?

By the way.Were women able to vote?

12:18 PM  
Blogger Francis Lynn said...

a. The quote was from a Democratic Underground whacko, not me. b. Kerry provides comedy only - certainly not to be taken seriously. c. Gee- I guess you were really following the Iraqi elections, huh?, to ask if women voted.

8:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You often post that America is a Christian nation with Christian values and those should be respected.. Iraq is a Muslim nation with Muslim values. Women should have not voted in Iraq. It is a perversion of the countries religious values.

12:24 PM  
Blogger Francis Lynn said...

And you are a nut with nut values. Don't worry tho, they still allow nuts to vote in NutLand, even tho they are a perversion. Nuttin else to say.

9:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reverend K

Is it not written in the Bible that woman should be servient to man?

12:11 PM  
Blogger Francis Lynn said...

It was a typo in the Greek translation of the original Aramaic - it meant to read, "woman should serve man with red wine." It was a cookbook.

12:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

AP "BAGHDAD, Iraq - U.S.-backed Prime Minister Ayad Allawi was trailing a Shiite ticket with ties to Iran in Iraq (news - web sites)'s historic election, according to partial returns released Friday.

The United Iraqi Alliance, endorsed by Iraq's top Shiite clerics, captured more than two-thirds of the 3.3 million votes counted so far, the election commission said. The ticket headed by Allawi, a secular Shiite, had about 18 percent — or more than 579,700 votes."

Good going George Bush. You took out Sadaam Husein who never did anything to our country and are replacing him with an Iranian faction. Now the Iranians never did anything to the United states, did they?

4:22 PM  
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I was searching for Elvis and somehow ended up in your blog, but you know I'm sure I saw him on the golf course yesterday. Now this is strange because usually I see him in the supermarket.

Honest really, last time I saw him there he was right in front of me, next to the steaks singing "Love me Tender".

He said to me (his lip was only slightly curled) "Boy, you need to get yourself a shiny, new lcd tv to go with that blue suede sofa of yours.

But Elvis said I, In the Ghetto nobody has a lcd tv .

Dude I'm All Shook Up said Elvis. I think I'll have me another cheeseburger.

Then I'm gonna go home, put ma dancin' suit on, munch me some uppers and freak out to that maaaaaaaaad surfing scene in Apocalypse Now on ma lcd tv .

How cool is that boy?

And then he just walked out of the supermarket singing. . .

"You give me love and consolation,
You give me strength to carry on "

Strange day or what? :-)

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