Saturday, December 31, 2005
I want the ball. I wanna score all the points.
Shaq gone to the Heat. Phil was let go. A new list of pass-to-Kobe-first underacheivers enlisted to kiss Kobe's butt.
Kobe miss playoffs. Kobe's dream isn't what he wanted. Kobe tells Mr. Buss that he should get his daughter to use her feminine powers over Phil to tell Phil to come back...since he is the only reputable coach that could take the job since the only other applicants were three season ticket holders, a homeless guy named Ned-meister, and Jack Nicholson.
Kobe's team still sucks...the simple reason is no one has bent Kobe over their knee and beat the hell out of the brat.
Now, after a rough week of Shaq once again proving his value truly stands head and shoulders above the brat's, getting in a scuffle with one of the underacheivers who replaced the man that Kobe cannot win without, then throwing one of the most blatant, childish, dangerous, cheapest elbows in the history of mankind to a no name point guard who accidentally cut the rapist's eyebrow.
THEN, he dares to complain about a two-game suspension?
That elbow, delivered 1/2 inch lower, could have caused serious damage to the young point guard's adam's apple, possibly injuring or breaking the larnyx. The elbow was blatant. It was intended to cause harm.
Flagrant fouls happen. Players make mistakes. Flagrant fouls are called when a player is overzealous when they commit a foul on a player. Kobe has been on the recieving end of a couple flagrants. The foul was called. Free throws were shot. The game went on. There were no suspensions because the flagrant foul call was enough...the punishment fit the crime at that point.
This crime...the elbow to the throat of an opponent...was malicious in its intent and execution. The tape clearly shows Kobe aiming and delivering an elbow shiver to the chin/throat area of the player's body. There was no attempt to mask the elbow. It was a straight up mugging...something even flag-worthy on a football field.
And Kobe dares to question the suspension?
Kobe is lucky, first that he is not in prison thanks to idiot fans who did everything they could to violate the privacy of the accuser and put pressure on her until she dropped the charges. Second, he is lucky that two games is ALL his over-paid spoiled rear end is losing. Third, he is very lucky that this player was okay. As I said, and inch off the mark and this guy might not talk again...or worse.
And Kobe dares to question the suspension?
Kobe is a spoiled kid who consistanly gets his way because he can play some ball. He is rich and can play ball. So, the world is his. How dare David Stern live up to his last name and punish a star like Kobe...how dare you David Stern. Kobe is a dynomite baller...how dare you punish him for what he did. Him beign able to put the ball in the basket and sell tickets and jerseys puts him above the law and above decency.
Actually...Kobe, TO, Latrell "I Can't Feed My Family on 9 Million a Year" Spreewell, and all these other babies can go play ball on a distant island with no cameras and no media to kiss their asses.
Give me more Tim Duncan. More Emeka Okafur. Give me more Reggie Millers and Larry Birds and Michael Jordans and Magic Johnsons and Donovan McNabbs. More AC Greens and Warrick Dunns. Give me more athletes that fit the descriptions and definitions of role-model...class...respect...integrity...maturity.
Why can't the media keep the mics on these type of people?
Saturday, December 24, 2005
First, let's talk about Tookie. Stanley Williams. A convicted murderer. The founder, or one of the founders, of the deadly gang the "Cryps." Williams' death is the result of his crimes and the law of the land. The same people who want crime stopped will fight to the bitter end to save the life of one of the men most responsible for the amount of crime in LA. Women, who would be raped, robbed, and or murdered by the same thugs who run under the flag that Williams raised in the name of the Cryps, cried for him and his death. People accused Governor Swartzennegger of injustice. Yet, no where on the broad scope of our "unbiased" media did we see or hear the stories of the families torn apart by the four murders Tookie committed...nor did we hear a lot about how much terror and crime Tookie's boys are responsible for. Tookie claimed to be reformed and remorseful, yet never admitted responsibility for the crimes for which he was supposedly reformed and remorseful about. He never helped police arrest or convict any of his fellow criminals. All he did was create a few children's books. Woop-dee-doo. Justice was served. Stop crying for the sentence of a convicted killer. Cry for the slaughter of innocent babies.
Another battle is the politics over Iraq. Yes we are spending money. Yes, unfortunately, we are losing lives. Yes, war is hell and sucks. However, this is a war we needed to win and dominate to prevent the middle east from becoming a coalition of civilization-hating radicalists whose sole purpose in life is to kill Americans. We are winning this war. Iraq has had 3, not one, not two, but THREE...yes, count 'em, THREE free elections this year. Afghanistan is under the control of a democratic government...something liberal naysayers had said would never work. We are winning the wars in the middle east. We are winning in Iraq. Yet, you liberal weiners fight tooth and nail to demoralize our troops and accuse them of torture. Torture is begging for your life for a camcorder then having your head sawed off. Torture is not having to be stripped naked and women's underwear on your head. Torture is not gaining 5 pounds and leaving a prison healthier than when you arrived. To all liberals who are against our president and the war in Iraq, shut up. You lose. (Isn't it funny that the words of the liberals end up being repeated verbatim by people like Saddam and Al Zarqawi?)
Next is the "spying" controversy. The Bush administration, not much differently than the inept Clinton regime, listened in on calls between people in America and people on foreign soil. The calls were listened in to on the foreign end. Yet, you dumb liberals had to foil Bush at the potential expense of American lives. Let's expose a method of counter-terrorism that might prevent a terrorist attack for our own gain. The "spying" is looking at potential TERRORISTS and not trying to steal Grandma's secret recipe for brown beans. They are listening in on conversations between people who fit the description and patterns of the 19 murderers who killed 3000 people on 9-11-01. If you are a white, middle-aged male with 4 kids and a mortgage, chances are slim that you are even going to make a call to Afghanistan that would be listened in on. So, stop over-dramatizing the situation and claim the big, bad Bush Administration is spying on AMERICAN CITIZENS!!! State the facts: our government is seeking to find out intel about people with terrorist ties. You have nothing to hide? Then there is nothing to worry about.
Finally, as this blog is getting rather long and should be broken into chapters, let me say that the ACLU has outlived its usefulness. It is a shell of its original design. It is an extremist group of people out to make a name for itself at the expense of innocent people. To them, I hope they all get something other than coal for Christmas...maybe the "exhaust" from the deer-powered sleigh that Santa drives?
Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!
Thursday, December 15, 2005
I am not sure how to translate that into Arabic, but that is the thought and sentiment being shared in Iraq this day. Martin Luther King, Jr., may have meant a different freedom in a different time, but I feel that there are about 20 million Iraqi people who are feeling, if not saying, very similar sentiments today.
Despite the whinings and defeatist ideas from the left, the Iraqis reported to have their fingers dyed and voted cast in the third...yes, count 'em, three!...FREE elections today.
In less than 12 months, Iraq has held its third consecutive successful election. With their fingers dyed purple, the Iraqi people bravely took to the polls, risking life and limb, to vote.(Sadly, some of us won't risk getting wet because it is raining on election day.) However, the people of Iraq are just over 2 years removed from the complete removal of Saddam and his terrorist regime, and they are in the middle of a successful development of a free, democratic republic. Thank you, troops, for making the world safer for not only these Iraqis, but us as well.
Thank you to our troops, the troops of the coalition, the brave leadership from the US White House and the Tony Blair administration.
This blog typed in a color similar to that of the dye on the fingers of the Iraqi voters today to show my support.
Tuesday, December 13, 2005
However, too many ignorant, bleeding-heart, kill-the-unborn-but-not-murderers-or-terrorists, misguided liberals are out on the war path. With their ultimate trump cards: RACE!! INJUSTICE!! DEATH PENALTY IS WRONG!!, these idiots cry for the soul of Stanley Tookie Williams, yet not a tear of theirs was shed for the four people, including one child, who were murdered in cold blood by Williams. Not one tear was shed by these protestors for the violence, crime, and murder that the Cryps have caused since Williams helped found the domestic-terrorist gang. Not a tear was shed for the families who lost so much in 1979.
Instead, we had these idiots crying themselves into convulsions over an event that can be summarized in one word. A word that is rare these days, especially in California, and especially when the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals gets involved. This word...this word, my friends, is JUSTICE.
Above is the chamber in which the lethal injection was performed. It is a clean, quiet, peaceful environment. Tookie did not die alone, face-down on a cold floor with his brains oozing out of his head.
To me, the death of Williams is bittersweet. Sweet only in the fact that the families who lost so much now have a sense of closure. Sweet in the fact that perhaps, just maybe, there will be one or two souls motivated to quit, or, even better, never to join, the Bloods or the Cryps.
It is bitter in the fact that yet one more heart is no longer beating as a direct result of Williams' life and the path he took in that life. One more beating heart stopped because Tookie could not motivate himself to make the world better. Instead, he chose crime and violence, and has paid the price for that poor choice.
Four people did not make such bad choices. They did not get a last wish or a peaceful death. They were shot in cold blood. Their last gasps for air were made fun of by the shooter. They had no last meal. They had no last chance for redemption.
Yet, who cries for them? And why are people crying for Williams?
Below, an anti-Tookie protestor at the execution holds up the autopsy photo of Yee-Chen Lin. Lin was one of Tookie's victims. Yet, Jessee Jackson, Al Sharpton, and all the race-baitors forget the victims of Tookie's crimes and violence. The photo is gruesome, but makes a point. With the lethal injection, Tookie's family was able to have an open-casket funeral. The victims' families could not.
And, if he had truly reformed, why did he not help police in finding and stopping other criminals? If he was remorseful, why did he never admit his guilt? How can you be innocent and at the same time be remorseful and reformed?
I hate that a man, a mother's son, is dead. However, I am glad that justice is served.
Thursday, September 1, 2005
Thats what the media would have you believe. But, let us look at two contrasts.
When the tsunami hit Asia, Americans were among the first to be on the ground in the relief effort. Within hours of the tragic event, President Bush pledged X amount of dollars of immediate help. How was this help received? "America is greedy, won't help anyone." Bush pledge more and more support, but our own media would not give him credit for the help. The international media went on a field day criticizing Bush and America for not doing enough and not doing it fast enough. We did more than any other country, any two countries combined, and it wasn't enough...it didn't come fast enough.
Fast forward to this week. Katrina destroys most of one state and parts of three others. Thousands may be dead. Power, homes, communications all destroyed and not to be replaced for weeks to come. Bush is again doing everything he can to help. But, my question is, where is the international effort? Where is Britain and France and the UN and NATO? Where is the outcry for other nations to help us in our time of need?
No, again, America is left to do it all. It is up to us to repair the world and repair our own home. No outside help. Nothing we do is enough.
I guess its the price we pay for being the greatest nation on earth.
Wednesday, July 20, 2005
In this corner...standing 6 feet, from Buffalo, New York...with an incredible record and ample qualifications...the nominee for the vacant seat on the Supreme Court...Justice John G. Roberts, Junior! Junior!!
And in this corner...his opponents....the party of no platform...the party of obstruction...the party who wants judges to legislate from the bench....the challengers to every move George W. Bush makes...the undisputed losers of the 2000, 2002, and 2004 elections....the Democrat Liberals! Liberals!
Ladies and gentlemen...Are you rrrrrrrrrrrrready???? For the sake of the Constitution, and thousands of generations to come....LET'S GET READY TO FILIBUSTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Well, I guess we do need Michael Buffer to get this thing started. Let me get this straight and catch everyone up.
Sandra Day O'Connor leaves the bench of the Supreme Court at the end of June. Within days, liberal groups like MoveOn.org and Planned Parenthood go into hyperactive, extra chocolate to a 4 year old mode. They are raising money to combat ANY nominee George Bush sends to slaughter...I mean, confirmation.
Special interest groups trying to influence a nomination for the Supreme Court with a grass roots campaign? WHAT?? Grass roots campaigns are efforts to get your guy (or gal) elected. If you fail, sorry, thanks for playing...what do we have for them Bob? The ELECTED president has the right, the power, to nominate whomever he chooses. That is the beauty and the spoils of running a clean campaign and letting personal and vicious attacks roll off you like water on a ducks back. Bush won...decisively...and the libbies refuse to accept it. Instead of recoiling and regrouping, they keep swinging like a drunk at an imaginary piňata.
The good news is, they are looking like total jackasses...especially with YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!! Howard Dean in charge.
The bad news is, a minority is holding up the progress of the ELECTED MAJORITY. So, while the 60 million who proudly cast the Red State votes are stuck in a stalemate, the liberals salivate over ever snag they can put into the agenda of GWB.
Back to topic...Judge John G. Roberts, Jr. We knew whomever Bush selected (with the exceptions of Bill or Hillary, Michael Moore, Howard Dean, Usama Bin Laden, Adolph Hitler, or Barbara Streisand) would be sliced and diced, pureed and whipped, and stuck in limbo as much as possible...the future of the country be dammed. We knew this just hours after O'Connor resigned.
We knew we were in for a struggle when Ted "HIC" Kennedy put down the whiskey long enough to tell us that he was going to make certain that O'Connor's replacement will fight for the rights of the individual and not take away people's rights. Ok, let me explain this.
LEGISLATORS fight for people's rights, for individual freedom...not justices. Justices apply the law to the constitution...apply circumstances to the Constitution. Justices are not supposed to determine policy and law from the bench...only the constitutionality of a law and how the law affects the people. Justices do not fight. They weigh. They weigh evidence, facts, expert opinions, and the word of law. Justices to not fight for people...Legislators do.
So, what the drunk lady killer is trying to admit to in his inebriated stupor is this: If we (the democrats) cannot win an election...we want our legislation done by the ladies and gentlemen in the black robes.
This is going to be a eventful couple of months. Roberts' résumé is spotless and impressive. His record in the courtroom is impeccable. If the democrats were a fair, reasonable bunch, the up or down vote would be done well in advance of October, when the Supreme Court reconvenes.
However, because the liberals hate Bush...hate his aggressive, positive agenda...and hate conservatives...the libbies are going to do everything possible to prevent a smoot, successful transition. Instead, fillibusters will be used. Delay and stall tactics will be used. Everything and anything they can do to slow Bush's second term, consider it done.
I wish the liberals would wake up and smell what their shoveling. I love what their doing because it hurts them in future elections.
I hate what their doing because they are damaging my country right now.
Wednesday, July 13, 2005
His comparisons of our men and women to the evils of Stalinist Soviet troops and Hitler's Nazis is despicable, hurtful, cruel, and unfair. Our troops are NOTHING like the Nazis and Soviets. There are not mass graves of prisoners being filled. There are not massive numbers of casualties once a foreign combatant is apprehended.
Yet, liberals get away with attacking our troops this way because they are allowed to attack the President with reckless abandon. What better way to attack a war time president than to attack the men and women who are serving him?
"Our troops at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, are running the facilities like a Soviet gulag. Their mistreatment of the prisoners is like the Nazis. But, I support and love and am proud of our military."
How does that work? In essence, this is what Durbin and the liberal left is purporting. How can you accuse someone, FALSELY ACCUSE, that is, of war crimes and crimes against humanity, and in the next breath talk about how supportive and proud you are of them.
Durbin's comments were cruel, insensitive, and gave the enemy exactly what they want: another soundbite from a prominent American leader that supports the terrorist agenda. Yet, the alphabet channels will not call Durbin to the mat for this. Instead, we see a parade of liberals who refuse to call him out and speak out against the attacks on President Bush and our troops.
Thank God for Mayor Richard M. Daley in Chicago. He is one democrat who has his own thought processes. Instead of taking the kool aide and going along with the program, Daley has stepped up and demanded Durbin to right his wrong.
Durbin, instead, gave a bogus apology in which he defended his comments. If you are truly sorry, there is no need to defend the comments for which you are sorry. Instead, Durbin only says, "I'm sorry if I offended you," quoting loosely, and does not say he is sorry for what he said. He is sorry people did not get his message clearly and were hurt by it.
I am all for differing ideas, differing thoughts, and differing beliefs. I think that is the beauty of America. If you disagree with an ideal, policy, practice, or plan, fine! Cool! Great! Let's hear WHY and let's hear an alternative??
Nope, not happening with the left. They whine, complain, and obstruct. They offer nothing but obstruction and impedence. They attack every idea and plan...every person and suggestion and every proposed solution. Meanwhile, they offer no alternatives. They offer nothing but whining and complaining. Its easy to not be wrong and to be on the correct side when you don't pick a side and don't stick to a moral and ethical code.
Tuesday, June 21, 2005
Instead, McCain and company sold out their party to the enemy. They are the enemy because the Republicans gave an inch, and now they are forcing that inch to be closer to a mile. Thank you McCain and Co. for selling out your party and in essence, taking away the momentum and power that the Republicans earned as a result of the past two elections.
Now, President Bush has to do one of two things. Either wait until Congress recesses for the summer and give Bolton the nomination to the UN at that point (which democrats and the liberal media are salivating for so they can once again try to paint a LEADER as a rogue president trying to force his agenda on the US and world). OR...President Bush must find a "suitable" nomination for the US ambassador to the UN. (I am guessing Jon Stewart or Michael Moore would be suitable by these liberals' standards.)
I would give the democrats some benefit of doubt if they would simply explain WHY they are being so obstructionist. I know why....but I want to hear legit excuses instead of "we don't know enough about him" or "he just isn't right." Come on. Seriously.
Bolton, like the many judicial nominees that the obstructionists filibustered and blocked from their rightful appointments, has only one fault...one reason for being held up in congress. That reason: they were nominated by George Bush.
It is the goal, pledge, solemn vow of the liberals in congress to drag their feet and slow progress as much as possible for the next four years. They want things to move so slowly Bush will not complete his agenda. They think that soundbites played over and over about a rogue president with a conservative agenda that will destroy America will back them up in their quest to halt the progress of the country.
The problem is, as far as liberals are concerned, the majority of voters in the United States aren't as dumb and dependant on the liberals in power as they'd like. The people who vote are clear thinking and actually think for themselves and do not let Michael Moore, Jon Stewart, Dan Blather, or the like determine their thoughts, feelings, and voting preference.
Unfortunately, it is still 18 months until we see the effects of the 2006 mid-terms. However, I do think there will be a lot of changes in that election. Incumbent seats may be lost on both sides. I think the Magnificent Seven may see some members sent home...and I think, overall, the Republicans will pick up more seats and run the Howard Deans and the like out of Washington.
However, we must remain on our toes. Hillary has been fairly quiet and out of a lot of the picture lately. Dean may be a planned patsy for the democrats....send Dean, Richard Durbin and the other loud mouths who are berating Bush, the war, and our troops....send them all out to get the soundbites so when Hillary runs, she'll end up looking like a moderate. Mark my words. She and the democrats are painting a portrait in which she will be looked at as moderate. God help us if people buy that story.
Friday, June 10, 2005
Ok, where shall I begin?
I want to address the unbelieveable, unethical, abhorrant rantings of liberals lately.
Claiming that GitMo is a gulag...comparing our troops to the Nazis...calling our President a loser...spreading the lie that President Bush knew about the 9-11 attacks ahead of time...calling for impeachment.
Howard Dean, the leader of the Democratic National Party, is the worst of them all right now. And no democrat will call Dean, or Charlie Rangel or any of these people out for their total disrespect to our troops, our president, and our country.
Ever since Bill Clinton tainted the office of the President of the United States of America, the left has had absolutely zero respect for the office. The office of the President of the United States is nothing more than the leader of a fraternity. If he is the leader of an opposing frat, then he is fair game for personal attacks, unwarranted attacks, insluts, berating, attacks based on false/trumped up information, and childish name calling.
If he is the leader of your frat, then everything is cool. Dodge the draft? Cool...the war sucked anyway. Smoked weed? Cool, me too! Slept around? Awesome...and your wife stayed with you? Even better. You lied under oath? Well, it was none of their business anyway. You gave out presidential pardons like candy at a parade? Sweet...I have a cousin...
Bill Clinton did more than turn a decade of prosperity into a recession. He did more than ignore the threats posed by Al Queda. He did more than ignore the problems with social security, our dependance on foreign oil, our wide open borders. He left a leagacy where the Oval Office is no longer an area of humility and respect...he left a legacy where his party disregards any positive discourse and ethics in relation to the highest office in our nation. Clinton made us terminally weak because his legacy destroyed the power, respect, and integrity of the Presidency.
President Bush is fighting valiantly to restore that lost respect. When the vicious attacks come, he graciously bows out of verbal spats and tries to focus back on the problem at hand. He consistantly reaches across the aisle to try and get both sides involved..see no child left behind....and he is fighting to stick to his second term agenda.
Because of Clinton's tarnish job on the office, Bush meets nothing but resistance, insult, lies, and undermining from the people he is reaching out to for help in acheiving success in this term and for future generations. Bush is running into obstacles in getting the most mundane of tasks done thanks to the Obstructionist left.
Four years...FOUR YEARS....let me state that again...FOUR YEARS...that is one-thousand, four hundred, and sixty-one days....the obstructionist left has prevented Bush-nominated judges from taking their rightful positions. Condeleeza Rice had to jump through hoops to get to the Secretary of State position...all the while her integrity was questioned and the liberals, who claim to be for equal opportunity and are supposed to be in favor of minorities earning success, tried to use her race and stereotypes about her race to discredit her. Why is a successful black a great thing as long as he or she is a liberal? Why is every conservative african American an Uncle Tom?
My point is, the liberals are nothing but obstructionists. They offer no solutions or alternatives. They pass out their talking points and run to the ends of the media to proclaim that everything Bush says, does, thinks, proposes, or plans is going to destroy the country.
No. Liberals are destroying the country.
Instead of saying no no no no no no no no no no no no no...impeach!...let me see a real attempt at finding a solution from a liberal.
They can't. This is a group of people who have not had an original thought since the end of World War II. All they do is slow progress...point fingers...yell and scream the same things over and over...and never offer anything to improve society on any level.
And it keeps getting worse. Dean and Rangel and the like are hurting this country. They are impeding progress. They are obstructionists. I hope more people see this and cash in their "I'm dependant on the small government the democrats want" t-shirt for a free thought and a visit to conservatism.
Sunday, May 22, 2005
GOOD. People think better when they are taken out of their comfort zone.
Today, I am talking against MICHAEL ERIC DYSON and for BILL COSBY.
We all know who Bill Cosby is...a man who EARNED his way to prominence in not only th black world, but in the world as a whole. He went to school, read books, learned proper English, and became a rich, successful man. And he did it without relying on affirmative action or some other liberal "equalizer" to get him through. He is a brilliant man who worked hard to get what he has. Beginning at a speech to the NAACP, Cosby started a war on ignorance, laziness, crime, and lack of personal responsibility.
Many applauded his speech and his efforts to combat the downfalls of lower middle class and poor blacks. He brought their entire lifestyle and culture to question, challenged their disregard for taking it upon themselves to prosper without crime, and attacked their willingness to settle for the life they have without working toward a better future. As far as I am concerned, Cosby hasn't spoken a mistruth since he began his attack on the poor black cutlure.
But, then again, I am white. Where parents, for the most part, teach children that education and respect will get you places.
Cosby feels that in this country, in this day, no one who gets an education, develops proper self-respect, develops a respect for others, and becomes a worthwhile employee, anyone who does that, will succeed. Cosby sees ads many see, many poor blacks are not doing that today.
So, Cosby has been calling his race out-he wants work ethic to become a staple lesson to blacks. He wants a high level of personal responsibility restored. He wants blacks to become more educated, more responsible, hold higher moral standards, be better parents, and build a life that does not involve crime.
Why is that so wrong?
Michael Eric Dyson, also a successful African American, is a professor who completely disagrees with Cosby's attack on the poor black lifestyle. In fact, he put pen to paper and has a book out called: Is Bill Cosby Right? Or has the Black Middle Class Lost its Mind? This book is an attack on Cosby's attack. This book is a 300 page list of excuses for the poor black community to do just as they have for the past 20 years.
In an excerpt from his book available here: at NPR's website, Dyson insluts blacks as a whole while also attacking Cosby for coming out and challenging blacks.
Cosby's overemphasis on personal responsibility, not structural features, wrongly locates the source of poor black suffering—and by implication its remedy—in the lives of the poor. When you think the problems are personal, you think the solutions are the same. If only the poor were willing to work harder, act better, get educated, stay out of jail and parent more effectively, their problems would go away. It's hard to argue against any of these things in the abstract; in principle such suggestions sound just fine. But one could do all of these things and still be in bad shape at home, work or school. For instance, Cosby completely ignores shifts in the economy that give value to some work while other work, in the words of William Julius Wilson, "disappears." In our high-tech, high-skilled economy where low-skilled work is being scaled back, phased out, exported, or severely under-compensated, all the right behavior in the world won't create better jobs with more pay. And without such support, all the goals that Cosby expresses for the black poor are not likely to become reality. If the rigidly segregated educational system continues to miserably fail poor blacks by failing to prepare their children for the world of work, then admonitions to "stay in school" may ring hollow.
(The bold and RED is mine for emphasis on some of the statements made here.)
First, the comment that Cosby overemphasizes personal responsibility. To me, that is a statement that completely supports Cosby's statements. How can you OVEREMPHASIZE PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY? The choices one makes in this life are what determines our life. Yes, there are outside factors that contribute to our successes and failures. There are people who will do us wrong. There are unfair circumstances. SO WHAT? Get over it. Move on. Try harder. It is up to God's plan and your personal responsibility to yourself and your family as to whether you are a success in life. However, you cannot wait for God or any other deity, situation, or person to arrive to your front door step. You must make the efforts necessary to be a success. It is up to YOU and no other human being.
Dyson then berates his entire race with the second comments I put in bold. He all but calls blacks too dumb to work high-tech, high-skilled jobs. He says that in the high-tech, high-skilled work place, there are no or fewer opportunities for blacks. HUH? Just because the world is developing and requiring intelligence and education, there is no place for blacks? NO. If ANYONE gets an education and has work ethic, there is room for them in the work place. This is what Cosby is getting at. This goes back to the personal responsibility issue. You can't expect a drug dealer to drop the dime bags and walk into the CEO's chair at Microsoft. No. He's got to go to school, learn how to type and read and gain an understanding of computers, THEN he goes to work and climbs the ladder. Few, if any, successful people started on the top rung.
Dyson thinks blacks can't hang with the high tech world. Cosby thinks if they get and education and work for it, they can. Who do you side with?
The last comment in this excerpt from the excerpt bothers me very much. He blames the education system for the poor state that schools in highly black areas are in. How about looking around, Dyson. Its a vicious cycle of crime, irresponsibility, and laziness. The schools are in bad shape because the kids were not raised right and are running the school because they have not been taught responsibility. So, they have kids who go through the same cycle. IF the parents of poor black kids would raise them with integrity and personal responsibility, the kids would not ruin the schools and would be able to learn while in the building. However, when you are raised by the streets while mom is either coked and smoked out of her mind and sleeping with random men, or she is out working 2 jobs because her sorry man left, then the streets is all the kids know. And they bring the streets to school.
Bill Cosby is right. He may seem mean, hateful, and a traitor to blacks at times, but trust me, he is not. Cosby's crusade can save many blacks from the vicious cycle they are in, and at the same time, save our country. Cosby needs support from every person of every race.
If you ask me, Dyson is the traitor because he excuses the black behavior and encourages blacks to stay right were they are.
Monday, May 16, 2005
Tuesday, May 10, 2005
Several talking heads in the sports world have created the recent MVP voting in the NBA into an issue of racism.
Mark Jackson, ESPN hoops analyst and former NBA star, said that a black point guard with Steve Nash's numbers would never be considered for MVP. Jackson said that he put up numbers like that and was lucky to make an all star game.
A columnist in Miami (MIAMI...you know, where the HEAT are from) thrust this into national spotlight as well when he suggested that race was a major issue in the voting for the 2005 NBA MVP.
Why is race ALWAYS an issue when a white guy wins out over a black guy? Anytime a white guy does well, earns an award or recognition over a black guy, its because of race. Whenever a white guy gets a job or promotion, racism is the blame for a black guy not getting the job or promotion.
Lets look at the facts. Steve Nash won the MVP because he was and is the most valauble player to his team's success. Take Nash from Phoenix, and you have a talented and young group of players who would be a lottery team again.
Take Shaq from Miami, and you've got a 6 or 7 seed in the playoffs.
The MVP is not for the BEST player, but the MOST VALUABLE. Nash was more important to the 33 game turnaround from 04 to 05 than the improvement of the Heat.
While I cannot guarentee that the thought of putting a white guy on top did not factor in at all to the voting, I can guarentee that race was not the deciding factor...it wasn't even a real factor. Just talking heads who like to stir things up and take away from the honor of being voted MVP.
Nash deserved it. The Suns won 33 more games than last season, and did so in the WEST...you know, the deepest most talented of the two conferences. Nash scored when needed, passed the ball when the time was right, took the shots his team needed taken, and played tough defense.
Nash was all over the floor for the Suns each night. Nash is the MVP, so get over it.
The Heat would have made the playoffs without Shaq. Phoenix would not.
Monday, May 2, 2005
Think I am kidding?
I know other states have this sort of GPS tracking, but only under temporary circumstances during probation. This would be the first time anyone would be monitored for life.
First, I think ANYONE...ANYONE...who is convicted beyond a shadow of a doubt of molesting, sexually abusing, or raping a child should be locked up for life without parole. There is no excuse or reason for hurting a child. I think that these cardinals and priests who molested these kids should be defrocked, I think thats the term, and thrown in jail. NO ONE should be allowed to lead anything like a normal life after hurting a child like that.
However, life sentences for child molesters would not fly thanks to people like NAMBLA and the ACLU. So, then, let's compromise.
A lifetime of being tracked by GPS. Which is more than fair, I think. I think its really unfair that a child will forever be hurt and damaged by what this person did, yet they have the chance to walk free...the only reprecussion is some time in jail and then a little implant to follow you. I think that is more than fair and more than provides a second chance.
But, I am going to sit and wait for this idea of lifetime GPS tracking to be questioned in court. Will a liberal judge allow this law to stand? Liberal fought tooth and nail against registering sex offenders in the first place. You know, the same people obsessed with labels we against labeling the sickos that rape and murder innocents. Yeah. So you think they will be all for monitoring someone? ACLU to the rescue...its only a matter of time.
Liberals live and die to protect the world's criminals and refuse to protect the innocent. People like the ACLU will not allow a criminal to be implanted with a permanent tracking device. They will protect the liberties of scum like John E. Couey no matter the cost. Think I am full of crap??
Ask Jessica Lundsford. Ask Sarah Lunde. Or, in another case where the rights of the victim were thrashed by ACLU lawyers, try to ask Terri Schiavo about protection of the innocent...oops, you can't, can you.
But, let me stop being negative for a second.
Congratulations to Jeb Bush for getting this thing done and done immediately. Thanks to the men and women in the Florida legislature for getting it done.
Thank you, Jessica and Sarah for sacrificing, although unwillingly, your lives so that other little girls can live...so long as stricter laws continue to be passed to stop scum like Couey back on the streets.
Tuesday, April 12, 2005
I think the courts today are out of control. There are no checks and balances between the legislative and judicial or executive and judicial. The judicial has been allowed to take control with no way to control it. Judges today are allowed to be above the law of the land, above the legislative branch, above even the president.
When the US Congress passes a piece of legislation that allows the courts one final opportunity to review a case of life and death importance, and those courts refuse that opportunity, while at the same time taking 14 hours to create a 13 page document that takes cheap shots and swipes at the people concerned about the case, the Congress, and the President...14 hours that could have been used to actually review the case and save a life...then that judiciary needs to be reassessed.
There is nothing wrong with reassessing and, possibly, revamping our legal system. That is the beauty of our country's constitution...there is room for error and room to correct those errors.
I want those errors corrected. I want a judiciary that answers to someone. I want a judiciary that interprets the law according to the law and not their own beliefs. I want a judiciary that won't give a multi-million dollar settlement to a criminal who was injured while breaking into someone's home. I want a judiciary that will use the law to protect the innocent and condemn the guilty. I want a judiciary that rules on case-by-case basis and not blanket solutions. I want a judiciary that has a touch of humanity and humility.
I think I am not alone on that.
Monday, April 11, 2005
If you haven't heard, according to the liberal fanatic hollywood judges of the 9th Circus Court have now ruled that a man's threats about the PRESIDENT's life are...ok, are you sitting down? Are you calm? Take a xanax or go get a stiff drink real quick before you read the rest....ok...I warned you.
According to these judges, this man's threats and remarks about taking the president's life are PROTECTED BY THE FIRST AMENDMENT and ARE FREE SPEECH!!!
This opens a pandora's box of crap. So...where do we go? (As libs roll their eyes and claim I am making up a slippery slope and it won't get this far. YEAH. Tell that to the Schindlers who won't have a gravesite to memorialize their daughter thanks to your judges.)
Ok, before I rant, let me give you the link. Read the story...then get back to me. You might want to print this Fox News story and save it without reading it. Save it for when you are constipated because you will sh*t. (Pardon my French...)
Rant is on.......
Ok, so, a nut job now has the green light, under the US Constitution, so sayeth the infallable men with the robes and gavels, to threaten the president and make remarks about killing the President.
Wow. Only if you have a shred of intelligence and some sort of conservative fiber in you can you see what doors these monkeys have opened.
So, now, since the courts previously granted the terrorists at GitMo access to US Federal courts...something I am still scratching my head over (give them access to the courts...let them inside our borders...hell, no security or safety problems there, are they?)...these terrorists, who would strap bisquick and gasoline to their chest to blow up the same courts that could free them, can now use this federal court ruling to their advantage. Why, if they have a right to seek justice in a federal court, they are then protected by the federal court, which means they, too, can write correspondence that threatens the life of George Bush and they cannot be charged with a crime because these liberal @$$holes have now given them access to OUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS!
Good LORD. Can't you see it now? GitMo detainees...who are TERRORISTS just like Yassir Arafat, despite the liberal portrayal of him as some elder respected statesman...now can write correspondence that includes threatening messages about our president and they cannot be punished.
There is much more to this...Liberal judges are actually TRYING TO MAKE IT EASIER TO KILL BUSH. Do you see it?
Damn the courts...damn liberal judges who think they are the law and are also above it.
Thursday, April 7, 2005
Attending were more free criminals than four seasons worth of The Sopranos.
OJ Simpson gave a eulogy. A convicted murderer who was freed on a technicality spoke and received a standing ovation for his comments about "the brothers and sisters" still in jail, as if no African-American is guilty and being held by "The Man."
Cochran spent his entire adult life fighting for the beliefs of the left and the freedoms of the guilty. His spectacle of a trial defense in 1995 freed a murderer. His work in the 70's and 80's freed a former Black Panther Party leader who was convicted of murder.
Cochran, while I hate to insult the dead, provided little or nothing to better our country or world. He constantly got on his high horse to attack police at every turn. You wonder why cops are less and less polite and courteous? Simply look at the BS cases Cochran fought and won. He took every chance he could to publicly berate, embarrass, and insult the work of the police at large.
He even rode his high horse into Mercer County, WV, to defend a violent, well-known drug dealer. The cops were outnumbered by the thugs interested in causing trouble late one night at a bar. Cops came to break up the commotion, this young punk resisted, a scuffle ensued, and in the confusion and scrum, the kid fell and injured his neck. He ended up paralyzed and Johnnie Cochran took the case...and the notoriety...to use this case as another forum to bash the police.
Yeah he defended Reginald Denny, the truck driver who was brutally attacked by thugs during the LA riots. However, instead of fighting against the coward scum that threw the brick into Denny's temple, Cochran sues the COPS for not doing their jobs properly.
While people mourn his passing, and rightfully so, I cannot tell you I respect the work he left behind. The families of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown cannot either.
Friday, April 1, 2005
Well, what in the world would life be like without irony and unbelievable coincidences?
First, I will let you know that I, like many people, am still fuming over the murder of Terri Schiavo. Her death was unnecessary and cruel. If I had a very old dog and decided that this very old dog (suffering from blindness, arthritis, doggy Alzheimer's, bathroom control issues, and other old-dog ailments) did not want to live this way and I starved him to death, I would be thrown in jail, my house would be burned to the ground by PETA, I would be compared to Stalin and Hitler, I would be made to be the most heartless, evil human on the planet.
Yet, Judge George I AM THE LAW!!! Greer, Michael Schiavo, and Schiavo's Euthanasia-Activist Lawyer George Felos are allowed to starve a healthy woman to death right in front of the world. A woman who, had she been given the proper testing (in 15 years she received NO MRI or PET Scan...two tests that would have proven her level of mental well-being) and then the proper rehabilitation and therapy, could very well have led a respectable life. Instead, she was forced to lie trapped inside a body that only needed some rewiring. Stuck inside her shell, she suffered for over a decade the injustice of being denied the help she needed, while being told by her husband, as stated in sworn affidavits by nurses who treated Terri, that he wanted her to die. She fought valiantly, but we, as a nation ruled by unruly judges, failed her.
However, Terri Schiavo's legacy will not end with her death and cremation. Her tragedy will soon become a nightmare for those who fought to kill her. I believe she will reach from the grave and help this country fix what is wrong. I also think that this week is not lacking at all in coincidence and irony.
Coincidence? Consider the fact that for a woman who had wanted to die (a fact attested to by her husband SEVEN YEARS after she fell ill, and no time sooner), Terri Schiavo fought valiantly to live. She lasted 2 weeks without food or water. Her fight bought her family time to ask the courts, and our nation, to come through for her...one last chance for redemption. She died shortly after the final rejection. Seems odd that she hung on that long, then when she received the news of the latest rejection, she declined fast and left the prison that was her body.
Coincidence? Isn't it odd that Michael Schiavo, George Felos, and Judge I AM THE LAW Greer all have legitimate connections to the hospice in which Terri was murdered? Hmm. They are all on the board for that hospice. Add to that the fact that Felos is an advocate of EUTHANASIA...the practice of killing off people who no longer serve a defined purpose...Felos wrote a book once in which he described his fantasies of bludgeoning his ex-wife to death. And, Felos is also the creepy scum that purported on nationwide airwaves that "Terri has never looked more beautiful and at peace." This coming from a man who supports euthanasia...to me it sounded like Charles Manson admiring his work. In a way it was.
Irony? Isn't it ironic that the leader of the faith to which Terri Schiavo belonged fell ill and is using a feeding tube this week? That's right. Terri was Catholic. A devout Catholic. So, why would a Catholic go against the word of Pope John Paul II and want to be starved to death? The Pope has stated that "extraordinary measures" to sustain life (i.e. life support machines that perform the duties of failed organs like the heart, lungs, kidneys, and even the brain) could be pulled. Partly because the machines are keeping the person alive, and partly because pulling the plug on life support ends a life in minutes...pulling a feeding tube lasts as much as two weeks. The Pope is fighting for his life and is relying on a feeding tube to make life easier. Food and water through a tube are NOT "extraordinary measures."
To me, it seems as if Terri Schiavo, despite the assertions of the ACLU, or, as I call them, the Anti Christ Loyalist Unit, had absolutely no rights, no considerations in her death. Her freedom of religion was denied and stepped on. As her Catholic faith would have shown, she would not want to be starved to death. She would have wanted to be tested and treated properly and given a chance to live. The only thing that killed her was dehydration and starvation. Her brain was functioning enough to where she could respond to family, her involuntary functions were working, her (kind of gross, but important) bowel movements were controlled to a certain extent meaning she went when there were people there to care for her and not anytime her body needed to go.
There is so much more to Terri's murder that will be explored over the weeks, months, and years to come. I hope you will take the time to pray for her, her family, and the many people now left vulnerable to being euthanized because of the precedents set by this historic situation. Also, pray for all of us, for everyone is to blame since we did nothing to prevent this and nothing to stop the out-of-control judiciary that sponsored this murder. Her blood is on our hands...our salvation comes from preventing further innocent slaughter.
Wednesday, March 30, 2005
Everyone is talking about it, so let me join the crowd. (Which is something I usually try not to do, hence I have never seen any of the Lord of the Rings movies, read or watched Harry Potter, or cheered for the New York Yankees...hate bandwagons.)
First, I want to send my condolences to anyone who knows Terri and is suffering as a result of her long murder. Her situation is a tragic one that we must all learn from and prevent from happening again.
Now, to the many issues at hand within this case.
Unfortunately, many people have forgotten one simple concept in this case: Terry Schiavo is a human being...a woman...a life...someone with a beating heart...working organs...a human. Too many judges and too many others in power, and too many others throughout the world, have forgotten this simple fact. Why is this concept hard to grasp? Or, do the people who fight for the "end of this case" need to forget that simple fact so they can live guilt free when she does succumb to the murder? Is it easier to think of her as a "case" and not a human? Is that how one can eat dinner with their own family...their own daughters...by neglecting to remember the fact that Terri is a person?
After that sad fact, we have to consider why we are here today? Why is there such a rush to yank her feeding tube out and let her starve? Pope John Paul II is receiving a feeding tube as we speak...why not yank it out? Yes, there have been 19 judges in 11 courts who have "looked at" this case over the past seven years. However, only once, seven years ago, has this case been thoroughly examined. ONCE. Since then, Terri Schiavo's desperate parents have been fighting to keep her alive and try to get her the necessary rehab to bring her back to a higher standard of living. Then, once the feeding tube was removed nearly two weeks ago, the US Congress fought to pass a law to allow the federal courts to open the files, testimonies, and hold a "di novo" review...a complete, thorough, head to toe look at everything in and around Terri Schiavo's case.
What did Judge George Greer and his colleagues do? Thumb their nose at the US Congress and the President of the United States by taking less than 13 hours from the passing of the law to write a rejection of the review. Greer forgot that TERRI IS A HUMAN BEING.
Terri's parents, siblings, and family counselors have been joined by Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, and even Jesse Jackson, in the fight. Governor Jeb Bush and President George W. Bush have fought hard within the law to help Terri Schiavo. However, an out-of-control judiciary has taken over the nation...and the liberal media and liberal leadership over the past 50 years has allowed and fought to allow this. The judiciary, legislative, and executive branches are supposed to be of SEPARATE BUT EQUAL powers...not the legislative and executive branches bowing before the mighty gavel and robe. Perhaps this is lesson one from Terri Schiavo.
Perhaps this is agenda item number one for America to fix once we recover from this situation.
For me, there are two very, very scary ideas that are coming out of this situation. First, the most heart-wrenching and sickening thought is that Terri Schiavo is NOT in a Permanent Vegetative State, a claim made by an accomplished neurologist and several nurses who have been treated Terri, and instead there is a woman, fully aware, trapped in a failing body as she starves to death. I am worried that because of the denied rehab that could have brought Terri back to a more prominent level of consciousness, she is mentally locked in a prison within her body. Can you imagine how scary that would be? How overwhelming that could be? To be trapped in that situation with a husband fighting to kill you off once and for all? To see your family weeping and praying at your bedside, the whole time you are fighting to tell you mom, "I love you, don't worry mom."? We do not know beyond a shadow of a doubt that she isn't in pain...that she isn't suffering...that she isn't fully aware of what is being done to her. We do not know. That is what Congress and the President wanted to accomplish on Palm Sunday: find out for sure before she is killed.
Now you might be one of those who whines that Congress and President Bush overstepped their bounds...they should not have gotten involved in this case because the federal government does not belong mettling in personal, private, state affairs. I believe that the involvement of Washington was because Bush and the Republicans saw the big picture...they saw the second thing that scares me about this sad situation...they saw the looming question that could haunt and destroy our country in the years to come. That dark question that none of the judges nor anyone else who is on the death-to-Terri side will, or can, answer is: Where does it stop?
Where does it stop?
If we allow Terri Schiavo to die like this, where will this type of medical "treatment" be stopped? Where and when will the limits be drawn? If we can take the word of an adulterous husband as proof positive of a wish to die, what kind of a Pandora's box is now open?
Perhaps this can open up a way to fix social security. Perhaps we can start killing off seniors who are in less-than-conscious states by cutting them off from food and hydration. Perhaps we can starve children with down syndrome? Where will it stop? Yes I am predicting a slippery slope, and you might scoff now. But, in 20 years, where will the murder of Terri Schiavo put us as a society?
Based on this case, someone who has serious Alzheimer's can be euthanized because they once said they wouldn't want to live that way. A mentally retarded individual can be euthanized because a legal guardian decides it is what is best. A severely mangled car accident victim can be killed because they would not want to live with the scars and injuries...according to a guardian.
Based on this case, a spouse with an obvious conflict of interest (i.e. a new common-law wife and two kids) can determine your medical treatment and decide to have you euthanized.
We are headed in a wrong direction. Terri Schiavo is not the first, and, unfortunately, won't be the last. However, her situation is the most crucial because it has become so well known. It is in the public forum, and we, as a society need to make some serious decisions. We do...and not heartless, humanless judges hiding behind a gavel and a bench.
There is so much more to this situation....too much. A woman is dying because her husband wants her to. She has not gone through the rehab she needs to see if she can recover. Her husband has left her to rot in her body and now wants her gone so he can continue his adulterous relationship. And, with her death, she will immediately be cremated and her ashes taken to Pennsylvania...just one more slap in the face and dagger to the heart of her family. Also, and more vile, the cremation will prevent anyone from knowing for sure how Terri fell into her condition...perhaps because Michael Schiavo has something to hide.
About Me...And This Blog Site...
I am very much a Right Wing Conservative. I am a Reagan Conservative. I believe Americans, in general, are smarter than elected officials in Washington, DC. We should be more in charge than the Government.
We, as individuals and families, should have more responsibility over our own, hard-earned money and not send more and more and more taxes to the out-of-touch politicians. I believe the government is there to serve us, and not us to serve them.
I believe in America's greatness and that, overall, we are the most generous, forgiving, intelligent, and genuinely decent country in the world. I also believe that we are the most powerful nation in the history of the world, but do not use that power to hold over the collective heads of other nations.
I believe that low taxes, intelligent spending of those tax revenues, strong initiatives on defense and education, and small government influence on the day-to-day lives of Americans are some of the most important ideals related to how the US should be operated.I believe in the freedoms granted by the US Constitution. I believe that judges should uphold and interpret the laws as written in the US Constitution, and not refer to any foreign legislation to make their historic decisions.
I believe the First Amendment, as well as the entire Bill of Rights, are the most important laws this world has ever seen.
I believe abortion is WRONG. I believe that homosexuality is WRONG. I believe that allowing anyone to publicly debate the possibility of lowering the age of consent, especially for young boys to consent to older men, is a tragedy of morality. I believe that organizations like NAMBLA should be publicly shunned and not given a platform to spew their harmful and dangerous rhetoric.
I believe there is a sad lacking in the ability of our nation to appreciate and accept self responsibility. We, as a nation, blame daddy, racism, sexism, classism, mommy, the mean teacher, the mean little league coach, the loud mouthed uncle, the financial status of the neighborhood in which we grew up in, and a million and one other reasons why we do not succeed. How often do we, as a nation, take the blame for our own mistakes? How often do you hear someone accept responsibility for their own mistakes? How often?
I am conservative. I am worried about the future of the country and the planet, especially if O-BOMB-A or Billary Clinton make it to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. I will start posting my fears, my hopes, my ideas as they all relate to news and politics. I hope to open some eyes and change some opinions with my writings. Most of all, I hope you will read my words and be inspired to find the truth...and not rely on Chris Matthews or Keith Olberman or Katie Couric or Matt Lauer for your opinions. I hope you will break the mold and do something unreal...unexpected...do something that O-BOMB-A and Billary are afraid of you doing...
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