Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Study proves Republicans are mentally ill

Or so you would think given this far-left article and the far-left loons who are crowing about it on this Democrat Underground thread. It's all bullcaca.

First off, the sampling size is grossly illegitimate. 69 people in just three locations in one state? No proper study by a credible researcher would use such a poor sampling size. The timeline is also just as poor: only one election.

Second, this was a study of OUTPATIENTS - i.e. people who are most assuredly on medication to help keep them sane. This means that the conclusions liberals are drawing about the study are 100% wrong and it's actually the SANER people who are more likely to support President Bush.

Finally, the original article disproves the liberals' conclusions:
But before you go thinking all your conservative friends are psychotic, listen to Lohse’s explanation.

“Our study shows that psychotic patients prefer an authoritative leader,” Lohse says. “If your world is very mixed up, there’s something very comforting about someone telling you, ‘This is how it’s going to be.’”

Which means not only that all conservatives aren't psychotic (as the liberals are claiming by putting the cart before the horse), but that Democrats aren't viewed as authoritative leaders (which we all knew already).

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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Things I've done (and not done)

This is all Sam's fault:

01. Bought everyone in the bar a drink
02. Swam with wild dolphins
03. Climbed a mountain
04. Taken a Ferrari for a test drive
05. Been inside the Great Pyramid
06. Held a tarantula
07. Taken a candlelit bath with someone
08. Said “I love you” and meant it
09. Hugged a tree
10. Bungee jumped
11. Visited Paris
12. Watched a lightning storm at sea
13. Stayed up all night long and saw the sun rise
14. Seen the Northern Lights
15. Gone to a huge sports game
16. Walked the stairs to the top of the leaning Tower of Pisa
17. Grown and eaten your own vegetables
18. Touched an iceberg
19. Slept under the stars
20. Changed a baby’s diaper
21. Taken a trip in a hot air balloon
22. Watched a meteor shower
23. Gotten drunk on champagne
24. Given more than you can afford to charity
25. Looked up at the night sky through a telescope
26. Had an uncontrollable giggling fit at the worst possible moment
27. Had a food fight
28. Bet on a winning horse
29. Asked out a stranger
30. Had a snowball fight
31. Screamed as loudly as you possibly can
32. Held a lamb
33. Seen a total eclipse
34. Ridden a roller coaster
35. Hit a home run
36. Danced like a fool and not cared who was looking
37. Adopted an accent for an entire day
38. Actually felt happy about your life, even for just a moment
39. Had two hard drives for your computer
40. Visited all 50 states
41. Taken care of someone who was drunk
42. Had amazing friends
43. Danced with a stranger in a foreign country
44. Watched wild whales
45. Stolen a sign
46. Backpacked in Europe
47. Taken a road-trip
48. Gone rock climbing
49. Midnight walk on the beach
50. Gone sky diving
51. Visited Ireland
52. Been heartbroken longer than you were actually in love
53. In a restaurant, sat at a stranger’s table and had a meal with them
54. Visited Japan
55. Milked a cow
56. Alphabetized your CDs
57. Pretended to be a superhero
58. Sung karaoke
59. Lounged around in bed all day
60. Played touch football
61. Gone scuba diving
62. Kissed in the rain
63. Played in the mud
64. Played in the rain
65. Gone to a drive-in theater
66. Visited the Great Wall of China
67. Started a business
68. Fallen in love and not had your heart broken
69. Toured ancient sites
70. Taken a martial arts class
71. Played D&D; for more than 6 hours straight
72. Gotten married
73. Been in a movie
74. Crashed a party
75. Gotten divorced
76. Gone without food for 5 days
77. Made cookies from scratch
78. Won first prize in a costume contest
79. Ridden a gondola in Venice
80. Gotten a tattoo
81. Rafted the Snake River
82. Been on television news programs as an “expert”
83. Got flowers for no reason
84. Performed on stage
85. Been to Las Vegas
86. Recorded music
87. Eaten shark
88. Kissed on the first date
89. Gone to Thailand
90. Bought a house
91. Been in a combat zone
92. Buried one/both of your parents
93. Been on a cruise ship
94. Spoken more than one language fluently
95. Performed in Rocky Horror
96. Raised children
97. Followed your favorite band/singer on tour
99. Taken an exotic bicycle tour in a foreign country
100. Picked up and moved to another city to just start over
101. Walked the Golden Gate Bridge
102. Sang loudly in the car, and didn’t stop when you knew someone was looking
103. Had plastic surgery
104. Survived an accident that you shouldn’t have survived
105. Wrote articles for a large publication
106. Lost over 100 pounds
107. Held someone while they were having a flashback
108. Piloted an airplane
109. Touched a stingray
110. Broken someone’s heart
111. Helped an animal give birth
112. Won money on a T.V. game show
113. Broken a bone
114. Gone on an African photo safari
115. Had a facial part pierced other than your ears
116. Fired a rifle, shotgun, or pistol
117. Eaten mushrooms that were gathered in the wild
118. Ridden a horse
119. Had major surgery
120. Had a snake as a pet
121. Hiked to the bottom of the Grand Canyon
122. Slept for more than 30 hours over the course of 48 hours
123. Visited more foreign countries than U.S. states
124. Visited all 7 continents
125. Taken a canoe trip that lasted more than 2 days
126. Eaten kangaroo meat
127. Eaten sushi
128. Had your picture in the newspaper
129. Changed someone’s mind about something you care deeply about
130. Gone back to school
131. Parasailed
132. Touched a cockroach
133. Eaten fried green tomatoes
134. Read The Iliad - and the Odyssey
135. Selected one “important” author who you missed in school, and read
136. Killed and prepared an animal for eating
137. Skipped all your school reunions
138. Communicated with someone without sharing a common spoken language
139. Been elected to public office
140. Written your own computer language
141. Thought to yourself that you’re living your dream
142. Had to put someone you love into hospice care
143. Built your own PC from parts
144. Sold your own artwork to someone who didn’t know you
145. Had a booth at a street fair
146. Dyed your hair
147. Been a DJ
148. Shaved your head
149. Caused a car accident
150. Saved someone’s life

Friday, November 24, 2006

The 2006 Weblog Awards now taking nominations

[Note: Post-dated until nominations close. Scroll down for new posts.]

The 2006 Weblog Awards

Weblog Awards nominations page (permalink) (nominations close November 24th)

The Truth Laid Bear Ecosystem rankings

Feel free to nominate your own blog (it's encouraged!). Just find a category and/or your TTLB Ecosystem rank, go to the matching section on the Weblog Awards nominations page and leave a comment nominating yourself. Then start campaigning your heart out!

(I nominated myself for the Best of the Top 501 - 1000 Blogs as S&B; ranks #569 as of this post. Current rank here.)


Sunday, November 19, 2006

The Corrs - "Runaway"

This is, in my opinion, one of the most beautiful love songs ever. Plus, the Corrs are Irish. (I've got a thing for Irish/Celtic music.)

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Howie "Screaming Weenie" Dean joins the Beach Boys

I don't know how old this is, but it's hilarious!

California Girls


Saturday, November 18, 2006

At the U.S. Supreme Court: "Moses? Moses who?"

Again, via WorldNetDaily.

Surprising? Yes and no. Mostly no.
Todd DuBord, pastor of the Lake Almanor Community Church in California, said he was traveling with his wife, Tracy, and was more than startled during recent visits to the courthouse and two other historic locations to discover the stories of the nation's heritage had been sterilized of Christian references.

Read Pastor DuBord's account (in the form of a letter to the Supreme Court, President Bush and others) here.
He was most disturbed by what appears to be revisionism in the presentations given to visitors at the Supreme Court. There, he said, his tour guide was describing the marble frieze directly above the justices' bench.

"Between the images of the people depicting the Majesty of the Law and Power of Government, there is a tablet with ten Roman numerals, the first five down the left side and the last five down the right. This tablet represents the first ten amendments of the Bill of Rights," she said.

The ten what? was DuBord's thought.

Unwilling to be confrontational, he went home and started some research.


When he asked, his recent tour guide denied there were any Ten Commandments representations in the Supreme Court building, he said.

Such denial, he said, left him stunned.


He then asked, "If there are no other depictions of Moses or the Ten Commandments on the building except on the South Wall Frieze in the U.S. Supreme Court, then what about on the east side of the building where Moses is the central figure among others, holding both tablets of the Ten Commandments, one in each arm?"

"Her response shocked me as much as the guide inside the Court chamber. 'There is no depiction of Moses and the Ten Commandments like that on the U.S. Supreme Court,'" DuBord said he was told.

He asked if there were any pictures of the representation, and she pulled one out.

"Her eyes widened in surprise. There was Moses in photo and description as the central figure, holding the Ten Commandments (tablets), one in each hand," DuBord wrote.

Although there are six depictions of Moses and-or the Ten Commandments at the Supreme Court, the tour guides had been trained to admit to only the one on Moses, he said.

When you know the full, truthful, factual history of this nation, it is undeniable that it has a very strong Judeo-Christian heritage. However, some people (e.g. the ACLU, Barry Lynn and his Americans United for the Separation of Church and State, the Freedom From Religion Foundation and many more groups and individuals) want to bury that heritage in favor of their Godless, secularist agenda. They want you to believe that this nation is and always was a nation founded on Godlessness and that Christians had absolutely no influence on its founding and growth.

Sadly, the American public's general disinterest in the history of their own nation only helps to further that goal. Sadder still, those who are actually interested in the subject are prevented (by laws and rulings enacted by secularists) from learning the truth in the nation's schools. The so-called "separation of church and state" is used as a sledgehammer to silence any mention of the beliefs and faith of this nation's founders - beliefs and faith deeply-rooted in the Judeo-Christian religion.

The Washington Monument proclaims, "Laus Deo" - "Praise be to God" - to the sky above.

The U.S. Capitol Building's Rotunda is called the "Sanctum Sanctorum" - "Holy of Holies," which is what the place of God's presence in the Jewish temple was called - and the artwork on its walls depict religious scenes from American history (the Pilgrims praying, George Washington praying, Pocahontas being baptized).

Not only do both the House and Senate have the national motto "In God We Trust" inscribed upon their walls, but the Senate also has the phrase Annuit coeptis - "God has favored our undertakings" - above the east door and in the prayer room, where you will also find a stained glass window with the verse Psalm 16:1.

The Lincoln Memorial has an inscription of the Gettysburg Address, which makes reference to God.

The Jefferson Memorial also has inscriptions that make reference to God.

The entryway to the National Archives has a display of the Ten Commandments embedded in the floor.

And that's just the tip of the iceberg.

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Fauxtography here in the States

Via WorldNetDaily. Compare this photo of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court justices:

To this one of the artwork behind them:

The full story and lots, lots more here.

Just another example in a long line of examples of people trying to blot out (sometimes figuratively and sometimes - as in this case - literally) the strong Judeo-Christian heritage of this country.

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Friday, November 17, 2006

DU sez: Coulter to blame for USSC justices receiving rat poison treats

Typical brainless offal from the place we fondly call "the DUmp:"
cat_girl25 Donating Member (1000+ posts)
Fri Nov-17-06 08:02 PM
Original message
Ann Coulter should be held responsible for enticing people to poison the USSC!

--``We need somebody to put rat poison in Justice Stevens' creme brulee,'' Coulter said in a Jan. 27 appearance at Philander Smith College in Little Rock, Ark., regarding Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens. She later explained she was joking about the justice, whose votes have upheld Roe v. Wade, the landmark decision legalizing abortion.;

Justice Recalls Treats Laced With Poison

WASHINGTON, Nov. 16 — A discussion of recent threats to judges’ safety, at a bar association conference in suburban Dallas last week, became startlingly specific when Sandra Day O’Connor, the retired Supreme Court justice, recounted that each justice had received in the mail “a wonderful package of home-baked cookies” that contained “enough poison to kill the entire membership of the court.”

Although the episode was not publicly disclosed when it occurred in April 2005, it had a public, although little-noticed, denouement last month when the sender of the poisoned cookies was sentenced in federal court here to 15 years in prison.

The sender, Barbara Joan March of Bridgeport, Conn., pleaded guilty to 14 counts of “mailing injurious articles.” The 14 recipients included the nine justices; the chiefs of staff of the Army, Navy, and Air Force; and the director and deputy director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The packages, containing either candy or baked goods, were laced with rat poison.

So what's wrong here, you may ask? The rat poison-laced treats were sent to the justices in April of 2005. Ann made that joke on January 27th...

...wait for it...


Oops. Little bit of a timeline problem there, guys. Better luck next time.

[Hat tip: Carol on the Conservative Underground forums.]

Of course, we card-carrying members of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy all know that Ann used the VRWC Time Machine to go back in time to make this woman send the treats last year. Shh! Don't tell the liberals!

UPDATE: They've realized their error, but they've done their usual song and dance to skirt around it:

cat_girl25 Donating Member (1000+ posts)
Sat Nov-18-06 12:24 AM
Response to Reply #9
11. Granted Coulter didn't say this until 2006. The poisoned cookies

happened in 2005. Of course we're just finding out about this. Maybe Ann knew something no one else did?

Senator Donating Member (1000+ posts)
Sat Nov-18-06 12:35 AM
Response to Reply #11
12. It wasn't published until then

But she makes lots of speeches. Often for private, "red meat" audiences.

Who's to say her hardcore fans hadn't been hearing this from her for years.

Enquiring (and prosecuting/litigating) minds want to know.

"Who's to say" indeed! Obviously this liberal loon is and that's what he (and his fellow loons) will believe to his dying day - lack of proof be damned!

UPDATE: DU and others are trying really hard to blame the right for this woman's actions. Unfortunately for them, the facts of the case jump up and bite them in the biscuits (as usual). From Tom Maguire at JustOneMinute:
So let's check the sentencing memorandum (8 page .pdf) for Ms. Barbara Joan March. This starts at the bottom of page six:

Third, the defendant's conduct does not appear to have been motivated by any personal, political or professional animosity toward the intended recipients of the letters. Rather, interviews with the purported senders of the letters, as well as factors cited in the presentence investigation report, suggest that the defendant's conduct likely was motivated by a misplaced anger toward the purported senders of the letters, former friends and colleagues who in the defendant's mind somehow had abandoned or wronged her.1 See Presentence Investigation Report at ¶88. The fact that the defendant chose to mail the letters to high-level public officials in a misguided attempt to cause more harm to the purported senders has increased her sentence by approximately five years.2

I seriously doubt this information will do anything to dissuade the far-left loons from believing that Ann or any other conservative is to blame for these attacks.

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Why do we continue to put up with this crap?

Via Michelle:
Parents, you better check your children's homework and make sure they aren't doing assignments like this (via WRAL with a hat tip to reader Paul):

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WRAL reports:

A Spanish teacher at Smithfield-Selma Senior High School resigned this week after handing out an assignment that some students and parents said teaches hate.

Khalid Chahhou, who was in his first year of teaching in Johnston County, gave students a worksheet in which they were to translate words and find them within a word-search puzzle.

Some students started uncovering strange words in the process.

"There were words like 'kill,' then I saw it said 'destroy America,'" Eric Herrera said.

As they read on, students found the puzzle contained a paragraph that contained the following phrases:

*"Sharon killed a lot of innocent people," a possible reference to former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.

*"Palestine is not a terrorist group."

*"Allah help destroy this body of evil making humanity miserable."

You'll love the teacher's defense:

Chahhou, who also teaches Arabic at a religious school affiliated with the Islamic Association of Cary, told WRAL in a telephone interview that students got the wrong message from the assignment.

"When I made the assignment, I was upset and angry about a story I recently saw on the news. If any message appears, it is more of a message to myself, not to my students.

How many other teachers are out there writing mental "Destroy America" messages to themselves while they educate America's children?

They (the moonbats) are taking over our 9/11 memorials, our news media and our universities. Now they're infiltrating our grade schools! When will this end? When will we take a stand to end it?

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Michelle Malkin dresses down Keith Slobbermann

On Hot Air.

Nothing new for Slobbermann and his ilk. One only needs to tune in to his floundering MS-NBC program to see and hear lies spewed and conservatives slandered on a daily basis. Bush (and Republican) Derangement Syndrome is the sole focus of the show. The liberals say we're the hateful ones, yet outside of Dead Air America Radio, Slobbermann's show is the most disgusting collection of hate that is transmitted through the air.

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Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Optical illusions to make your brain squirm

Found via Sam:

#1 - Checker Shadow: Look at squares A and B. They are the same shade! Click on the image for proof. Crazy! Now keep clicking several times like I did in an attempt to comprehend it.

#2 - Cool Optical Illusion: Stare at the black dot for a while. You'll notice the circles starting to twitch. Now move your head closer or farther away from the screen. They spin! (Or appear to.)

#3 - Pacman Illusion: First, try to follow the pattern long enough to see that the space is empty when each dot disappears. Then stare at the cross in the middle. You will eventually see a moving green dot appear in the ring of dots. Keep staring. The purple dots will start to vanish! If you're like me, they didn't vanish all at once or in sequence, but there probably will be a brief moment when it seems that they have completely disappeared, leaving the green dot to itself. Weird, wild stuff.


Monday, November 13, 2006

Oh, this makes me chuckle

From the Truth Laid Bear Ecosystem ranking:

Rank: # 5173 Canadian Cynic a Slithering Reptile

How amazingly appropriate.

Sunday, November 12, 2006

Remember when...

The following is part of a letter sent to the President:
"Dear Mr. President: ... We urge you, after consulting with Congress, and consistent with the U.S. Constitution and laws, to take necessary actions (including, if appropriate, air and missile strikes on suspect Iraq sites) to respond effectively to the threat posed by Iraq's refusal to end its weapons of mass destruction programs."


Carl Levin, Joe Lieberman, Frank R. Lautenberg, Dick Lugar, Kit Bond, Jon Kyl, Chris Dodd, John McCain, Kay Bailey Hutchison, Alfonse D'Amato, Bob Kerrey, Pete V. Domenici, Dianne Feinstein, Barbara A. Mikulski, Thomas Daschle, John Breaux, Tim Johnson, Daniel K. Inouye, Arlen Specter, James Inhofe, Strom Thurmond, Mary L. Landrieu, Wendell Ford, John Kerry, Chuck Grassley, Jesse Helms, Rick Santorum.

"Ah, but," you might say, "These people were lied to by President Bush about Saddam having WMDs." Right? Take a look at who the letter was sent to:
Letter to President Clinton
Signed by Senators Tom Daschle, John Kerry and others
October 9, 1998
Iraq Watch


More here: Quotes and Facts on Iraq

Saturday, November 11, 2006

And atheists say miracles don't occur

Brazilian woman survives after being shot in head 6 times
A Brazilian woman who was shot six times in the head after an altercation with her ex-husband was out of the hospital and talking to the media on Saturday.

"I know this was a miracle," 21-year-old housewife Patricia Goncalves Pereira told Globo TV. "Now I just want to extract the bullets and live my life."

Pereira was shot Friday in the small city of Monte Claros, about 560 miles north of Sao Paulo, after quarreling with her former husband, who was reportedly upset because she refused to get back together with him. She was also shot once in the hand.

Doctors could not explain why the .32-caliber bullets did not penetrate Pereira's skull and didn't even need to be extracted immediately.

"I can't explain how something like this happened," surgeon Adriano Teixeira said, adding that the bullets were lodged under the woman's scalp.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Well, America, time to sleep in the bed you made

I'm not worried about the next two years. Not one bit. Being a Christian, I believe that God "allows" certain people, good or bad, to gain power for a reason. Even His own chosen people, the Jews, were not spared from having evil rulers put over them: from Ahab and Jezebel to the Romans. (FYI, I'm not comparing the Democrats to any of those people.)

On top of that, I really think the American people have forgotten what the U.S. was like with Democrats in control of the Legislative Branch. Once the Democrats start trying to raise taxes and increase spending, people will be reminded. It'll only be two years until this year's elections can be corrected for.

Finally, whatever the Democrats do, they will not and cannot take away the rights and freedoms we have enjoyed for over 200 years, and for that I am immensely thankful.

Friday, November 03, 2006

Matthew 22:21, Mark 12:17, Luke 20:25

Kent "Dr. Dino" Hovind and wife found guilty of tax evasion.
Hovind faces a maximum of 288 years in prison. His wife faces up to 225 years. Her charges include aiding and abetting her husband with 44 counts of evading bank-reporting requirements.

In closing arguments this morning, Alan Richey, Kent Hovind’s defense attorney, said the Pensacola evangelist was never notified by the IRS that he was violating a specific law by not withholding and paying employment taxes on workers at the Dinosaur Adventure Land and Creative Science Evangelism, both of which he founded and operates.

Hovind also believes that as workers of God, he and all employees of the theme park and his ministry are exempt from paying taxes.

Obviously, Mr. Hovind didn't pay attention to the Bible verses above.

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Lawyer blames Mary Stachowicz's murder on... Mary Stachowicz

Woman's death at hands of 'gay' her fault, says lawyer
Posted: November 1, 2006
1:00 a.m. Eastern

© 2006

Mary Stachowicz was attacked with such ferocity the assailant's hunting knife blade was bent, but a defense attorney for her alleged attacker is painting her with the blame, saying it wasn't a "hate crime" and it happened because her comments about his "gay" lifestyle assaulted the man.

And since it was only a routine murder case, not a "hate crime," the story is getting almost no coverage from mainstream media outlets, several conservative groups have noted.

The murder trial for Nicholas Gutierrez, 23, in Stachowicz' 2002 death has begun in Chicago, where prosecutor Jim McKay described the viciousness of the attack on the 51-year-old mother of four and faithful Catholic Church member.

She was stabbed, strangled, raped and beaten, and then her body was stuffed in a crawl space under the floor of an apartment, he reported.

But the suspect's attorney, Crystal Marchigiani, alleged in her opening remarks that it was Stachowicz who attacked Gutierrez, and her verbal assault was what sparked his response.

"It happened because she could not leave him alone in his (homosexual) lifestyle," she said, describing the apparent confrontation between the two at the Sikorsky Funeral Home where Stochowicz worked and where Gutierrez lived in an apartment with his partner, Ray.

"The Gutierrez defense team's Politically Correct courtroom ploy ought to be called the 'Anti-homophobe Panic Defense,'" said Peter LaBarbera, president of Americans for Truth, a pro-family organization. "Marchigiani's is an ugly attempt to exploit the liberal caricature of Christians who oppose homosexuality as crazed haters with a penchant for aggression."

"So here we see a new defense tactic: stoking the flames of anti-Christian bigotry to save a 'gay' murderer from the punishment he deserves," he said.

How typical.

And the Republican's "October Surprise" is... John Kerry

Who knew? This would-be president ("would-be" if it weren't for his chronic Foot-in-Mouth Syndrome) insults tens of thousands of American troops when he allegedly flubs a joke:
You know, education, if you make the most of it, if you study hard and you do your homework, and you make an effort to be smart, uh, you, you can do well. If you don’t, you get stuck in Iraq.

...but then decides like every good liberal that it's President Bush's fault:
Washington – Senator John Kerry issued the following statement in response to White House Press Secretary Tony Snow, assorted right wing nut-jobs, and right wing talk show hosts desperately distorting Kerry’s comments about President Bush to divert attention from their disastrous record:

“If anyone thinks a veteran would criticize the more than 140,000 heroes serving in Iraq and not the president who got us stuck there, they're crazy. This is the classic G.O.P. playbook. I’m sick and tired of these despicable Republican attacks that always seem to come from those who never can be found to serve in war, but love to attack those who did.

I’m not going to be lectured by a stuffed suit White House mouthpiece standing behind a podium, or doughy Rush Limbaugh, who no doubt today will take a break from belittling Michael J. Fox’s Parkinson’s disease to start lying about me just as they have lied about Iraq. It disgusts me that these Republican hacks, who have never worn the uniform of our country lie and distort so blatantly and carelessly about those who have.

The people who owe our troops an apology are George W. Bush and Dick Cheney who misled America into war and have given us a Katrina foreign policy that has betrayed our ideals, killed and maimed our soldiers, and widened the terrorist threat instead of defeating it. These Republicans are afraid to debate veterans who live and breathe the concerns of our troops, not the empty slogans of an Administration that sent our brave troops to war without body armor.

Bottom line, these Republicans want to debate straw men because they’re afraid to debate real men. And this time it won’t work because we’re going to stay in their face with the truth and deny them even a sliver of light for their distortions. No Democrat will be bullied by an administration that has a cut and run policy in Afghanistan and a stand still and lose strategy in Iraq.”

"[A]ssorted right wing nut-jobs?" "[D]espicable Republican attacks that always seem to come from those who never can be found to serve in war?" "[A] stuffed suit White House mouthpiece standing behind a podium?" "[D]oughy Rush Limbaugh?" Did Kerry consult DailyKos or the Democrat Underground when he wrote that? Geez...

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