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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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Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Flag Burning

The Senate voted down, by one vote, a Constitutional amendment to ban burning of the American flag. We believe this was the right decision.

There is the greater issue of freedom of speech involved here. If some one's expression of that free speech is to burn the American flag, then let it burn. A burnt American flag is not going to bring down the empire, nor is it going to threaten our national security.

We think the real issue involved here for those who want a ban on flag burning is...insult. How dare they do that to the land I love. When we see someone burn the flag we consider them unpatriotic, though some of those involved are not American & could give a hoot about patriotism. We become insulted that someone would think that little of the symbol that America stands for. So what?

Someone calls your mother a ho. You become outraged, insulted. So what? Your mother is not a ho, you know that. Let it slide. Calling your mother a ho or burning the American flag is a way of getting your goat. Don't give in to it.

At the end of the day, America is still the great country it is. A burnt flag means nothing against that. And an America that allows the freedom for someone to burn it's symbol shows the flag-burner & the world, just how great America really is.

Tuesday, June 27, 2006

The New York Times - Anti-American Rag

The New York Times recently published an article disclosing a highly classified Terrorist Finance Tracking Program, an on-going & successful effort to map terrorist networks through the use of financial data. As usual, the Times cited anonymous persons, aka criminal leakers, as the source.

We won't go into the details of the program, nor cite the Times' lame excuse for revealing it. Suffice it to say that many officials in the government pleaded with the Times not to reveal the program. The Times did so anyway.

This is far from the first time that the Times has revealed classified information. They do it to hurt President Bush - who they have much disdain for. The Times cares not about a successful effort against terrorists, they care not about the American people's safety, nor do they care that American soldiers might die because of the Times' revelations. They have a pathologic hatred for Bush & that is their only guideline.

It is time that the Bush Administration pursue criminal charges against the likes of Times reporters & editors who reveal classified information.

Meanwhile we hope that anyone who owns stock in this rag drop it. Subscribers should drop their subscriptions & people should stop buying the rag from newsstands. You are only allowing the Times to continue its anti-American & traitorous drivel.

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Hurricane Aid For Her-a-Change Aid

Bogus Hurricane Aid May Top $1.4 Billion

As much as $1.4 billion in Hurricanes Katrina & Rita aid to victims was spent fraudulently, including a sex change operation, according to the Government Accountability Office (GAO). The GAO concluded that as much as 16 percent of the billions of dollars in FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency)help to individuals after the two hurricanes was unwarranted.

FEMA handed out debit cards to those claiming to be victims of the hurricanes. But like the typical nightmare Federal bureaucracy, FEMA didn't bother checking on the validity of those claims for aid. GAO provided lawmakers with a copy of a $2,358 U.S. Treasury check for rental assistance that an undercover agent got using a bogus address. The money was paid even after FEMA learned from its inspector that the undercover applicant did not live at the address. Among the items purchased with the cards:

. a sex change operation.

· an all-inclusive, one-week Caribbean vacation in the Punta Cana resort in the Dominican Republic.

· five season tickets to New Orleans Saints professional football games.

· adult erotica products in Houston and "Girls Gone Wild" videos in Santa Monica, Calif.

· Dom Perignon champagne and other alcoholic beverages in San Antonio.

· a divorce lawyer's services in Houston.

Prison inmates, a supposed victim who used a New Orleans cemetery for a home address, and a person who spent 70 days at a Hawaiian hotel all were able to wrongly get taxpayer help.

GAO said it found people lodged in hotels often were paid twice, since FEMA gave them individual rental assistance and paid hotels directly. FEMA paid California hotels $8,000 to house one individual - the same person who received three rental assistance payments for both disasters.

FEMA also could not establish that 750 debit cards worth $1.5 million even went to Katrina victims, the auditors said.

FEMA paid millions of dollars to more than 1,000 registrants who used names and Social Security numbers belonging to state and federal prisoners for expedited housing assistance. The inmates were in Louisiana, Texas, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia and Florida.

FEMA made about $5.3 million in payments to registrants who provided a post office box as their damaged residence, including one who got $2,748 for listing an Alabama post office box as the damaged property.

GAO told of an individual who used 13 different Social Security numbers - including the person's own - to receive $139,000 in payments on 13 separate registrations for aid. All the payments were sent to a single address.

"Our forensic audit and investigative work showed that improper and potentially fraudulent payments occurred mainly because FEMA did not validate the identity of the registrant, the physical location of the damaged address, and ownership and occupancy of all registrants at the time of registration," GAO officials said.

In response, a FEMA spokesman had the gall to state, "Even as we put victims first, we take very seriously our responsibility to be outstanding stewards of taxpayer dollars, and we are careful to make sure that funds are distributed appropriately."

Thank you Federal government for wasting tax-payer dollars. $1.4 billion could have gone a long way to help the homeless, the sick, & children. Betcha there will no effort to recollect the money stolen, nor will there be any prosecutions, nor will there be any firings at FEMA of the idiots who failed to watchdog where the money was going. In a bureaucracy there is either collective guilt or no guilt.

This brings to mind the Senate plan to legalize 12 million illegal aliens in the country. The bureaucracy needed to administer, investigate & enforce this will be ponderous indeed. The billions upon billions of dollars that will be stolen from that agency would be better used to provide brain changes for all the idiot Federal employees who allow this fraud to happen.

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

What Not To Do With A Coke-A-Cola Bottle

Here are some things you should not do with a Coke-A-Cola bottle, in order of significance:

* Do not buy a 2 liter (67 oz) bottle of room temperature Coke, it leads to this -
* Do not put a 2 liter bottle of Coke in your freezer to quick chill it.
* Do not forget to take a 2 liter bottle of Coke from the freezer & only remember the next day.
* Do not put a 2 liter bottle of solid-frozen Coke in the microwave to quick thaw it.
* Do not nuke a solid-frozen 2 liter bottle of Coke for 3 minutes.
* Do not, above all else, do not open the cap of a nuked 2 liter bottle of Coke, or it leads to this -

and this

A lesson learned

Thursday, June 08, 2006

Zarqawi Zapped

Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, whose bloody campaign of beheadings and suicide bombings made him the most-wanted terrorist in Iraq, was killed when U.S. warplanes dropped 500-pound bombs on his isolated safe house.

It is always a joyous day when human debris is broken down into its separate molecules. Thank the U.S. Air Force, kids. "Thank you U.S. Air Force."

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Sunday, June 04, 2006

Military Deaths In Iraq - A Perspective

The mainstream media seems overly focused on military deaths in Iraq. They appear to go beyond just reporting the deaths & use it as a way of discrediting President Bush - how wrong the war was & lookey at what the results are of his decision to go to war. Terrible terrible. The anti-war crowd & some Congressmen & Senators like to play the death card are well. While it goes without saying that any military death is tragic, some perspective needs to be put on it all.

The following are military deaths in previous wars:

Iraq 2,476
Korea 54,246
Vietnam 58,219
World War II 408,306

As of Saturday, June 3, 2006, at least 2,476 members of the U.S. military have died since the beginning of the Iraq war in March 2003, according to an Associated Press count. The figure includes seven military civilians. At least 1,953 died as a result of hostile action, according to the military's numbers.

In comparison, the following lists military deaths due to accidents, in peace time, from 1980 - 1982, a comparable 3 year period with the 3 years of military deaths in Iraq since 2003:

Accidental deaths -

1980: 2,392
1981: 2,380
1982: 2,319

Military deaths in Iraq are 1/3rd the deaths due to accidents in those 3 years.

We are just putting things into perspective.

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