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February 04, 2008

Gonna Stay Home on November 4th? DON'T!

Burt Prelutsky nails it:

I would have voted for [Giuliani] if he hadn’t bowed out, but that doesn’t mean that if Romney, Huckabee or even John McCain, gets the nomination, I plan to stay home and sulk on election day.

I happen to think that people who support Clinton or Obama have a screw loose, but they strike me as being far more rational than my fellow Republicans who are threatening to boycott the election if their favorite candidate doesn’t head up the ticket. I can’t tell you how many people have written to me insisting that they’re sick and tired of voting for the lesser of two evils. I understand that they’re trying to convey their frustration, but I can’t help sniffing the undeniable stench of self-righteousness.

What truly confounds me are those cuckoos who would prefer to see such Socialists as Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama win the election than to sully themselves by voting for a Republican who was only their second or third or even fourth choice. To them I say, before proving that you place your own ego gratification above what’s best for America, keep in mind that most of the Supreme Court justices are in their 70s or even, in the case of John Paul Stewart, fast approaching 90. Do you really want one of those two Democrats stacking the Court for the foreseeable future? Presidents come and go, but justices go on seemingly forever. Kennedy and Scalia have been on the bench since Reagan put them there. Stevens, for heaven’s sake, was appointed during the Ice Age.

Thank you Burt!!!

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August 13, 2007

Rovin' Down The River

Everyone and their mother is talking - and blogging - about the "Big Story" of the day: Bush strategist Karl Rove's decision to resign at the end of this month. Since I can barely put a sentence together, I figured I would mention it in my own unique way . . .

The Top Ten Reactions to Karl Rove's Resignation
10. The Chicago Cubs will win the World Series.
9. Matt Lauer shaved Katie Couric's head on live TV.
8. Philly's homicide rate actually stalled.
7. Rosie O'Donnell kissed a man . . . and liked it!
6. The one person who watches "Lil' Bush" shot his television.
5. Dick Cheney became Google's top search for "Evil Conservative."
4. Pam's vacation is effectively ruined.
3. The New York Times printed today's edition in "Celebration Blue."
2. Satan is waiting by the phone for Bush's call.

And the number reaction to Karl Rove's resignation is . . .

1. Michael Moore laughed so hard that he choked to death on a chicken bone.

Wyatt Earp

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April 13, 2007

Proposal for a New Media Strategy

Robert Farrow discusses the liberal slant in the media and the GOP's seeming unwillingness to do anything about it. He also has some ideas on what to do about it.

Simply, there is no fairness in the media. True, talk radio might be dominated by conservatives, (which is why liberal jerks are trying to control it and thus silence Conservatives.) But it is the print media, the most biased, is not public domain, thus the Fairness Doctrine will never apply to them. Unlike the liberals, I do not want to expand the law to control anybody. On the contrary, I want to use the power and principles of choice and capitalism to force the MSM to do something they do not want to do, namely, be fair.

Click here to see what he proposes.

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November 10, 2006

GOP News

Via Breitbart:

Two days after losing a bid for a second term, Sen. Lincoln Chafee said he was unsure whether he would remain a Republican.


"I haven't made any decisions. I just haven't even thought about where my place is," Chafee said at a news conference. When pressed on whether his comments indicated he might leave the GOP, he replied: "That's fair."

This is good news for the Republican party, especially as the article goes on to say that Chafee stayed with the party mainly because it helped bring federal dollars to his home state of Rhode Island.

In other news, RNC chairman Ken Mehlman is planning on stepping down at the end of the year, and rumors are flying that Michael Steele may be asked to take the position. Steele, as you know, ran a great but ultimately unsuccessful campaign for senate in Maryland, and his post as lieutenant governor there will end in January.

A bunch of my blogging buddies (Kitty, Aaron, Gayle and others) were discussing this possibility via e-mail just yesterday. What a great opportunity for this fine man to get more national experience and exposure...who knows? 2008 isn't far away, and we need all the good candidates we can get.

Goodbye Lincoln Chafee, hello Michael Steele!

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