the missing “link”

this election year (or should I say years) has been interesting and entertaining. but one subject none of our prospective wannabes wants to tackle is the subject of illegal aliens.. not immigrants..aliens. they are sapping our resources and it needs to be addressed. so with out further ado, i am linking a website that does address the subject.

Welcome To The Free State Of PIG!

i need not comment further although i could go on a rant.. i will let them say it so eloquently

Signs….Courtesy of a friend.

Friends don’t let friends
take home ugly men
Women’s restroom
Starboard, Dewey Beach, DE

Beauty is only a light switch away.
Perkins Library, Duke University, Durham, NC

No matter how good she looks,
some other guy is sick and tired
of putting up with her shit.
Men’s Room
Linda’s Bar and Grill, Chapel Hill, NC

At the feast of ego
everyone leaves hungry.
Bentley’s House of Coffee and Tea, Tucson, AZ

It’s hard to make a comeback
when you haven’t been anywhere.
Written in the dust
on the back of a bus,
Wickenburg, AZ

Make love, not war.
-Hell, do both
Women’s restroom
The Filling Station, Bozeman, MT

If voting could really change things,
it would be illegal.
Revolution Books
New York, New York.

Express Lane:
Five beers or less
Sign over one of the urinals
Ed Debevic’s, Phoenix, AZ

You’re too good for him.
Sign over mirror in Women’s restroom
Ed Debevic’s, Beverly Hills,CA.

No wonder you always go home alone.
Sign over mirror in Men’s restroom,
Ed Debevic’s, Beverly Hills,CA

A Woman’s Rule of Thumb:
If it has tires or testicles,
you’re going to have trouble with it.
Women’s restroom
Dick’s Last Resort, Dallas, TX

On the Phone with John (McCain) April 25, 2008 – by Roger L Simon

Blogger calls no longer have the aura of amateurism they had in the past. John McCain genuinely seemed to be down with New Media in a conversation this morning.


He is also more sophisticated than some of his supporters. The one bone of contention on the call was the North Carolina Republican Party campaign ad, using Wright and Ayers to bash Obama. McCain, as most know, asked for that to be taken down. He is taking the high road, as well he should, since he is running for President of the United States. If he wins, he’s going to have to be president of all Americans. Not only that, as everyone knows, national elections are won in the center. The wise candidate keeps his eye on that.

Nevertheless, there were a couple of people on the call who sounded as if they would rather be “right” than win. I’m not going to name names simply because I can’t. (Hey, I’m not that polite.) I couldn’t hear very well. I was on this call while going through security for a flight from Burbank to Seattle. I left the cellphone on as it passed along the conveyor belt through the x-ray device and, remarkably, was able to pick up on the conversation without redialing on the other end. (What does this say about our security? That iPhone, it keeps on ticking.)

In any case, my reportage on the call is therefore a bit slipshod. I did hear the following: McCain eloquently defended his proposal to lower the gas tax temporarily this summer—something about which I was skeptical—by pointing out that it is the poorer Americans who are paying far more than their share of this. They are driving the aging gas guzzlers (not Laurie David). He also reiterated his stand on keeping capital gains taxes low, contrasting his position with Clinton and Obama (who fumbled badly on that issue the other day).

On the foreign policy front, we all know where he stands. He called himself Hamas’ worst nightmare—“It’s very clear who Hamas wants to be President, as well as Danny Ortega…”—and pointed out that Iran was up to yet more mischief today.

What most impressed me though is that McCain seems to genuinely enjoy talking to bloggers—and not entirely because we may be “in the tank” for him. (Who wouldn’t like that?) Like Fred Thompson before him, he appears to be genuinely down with New Media. It must be that maverick thing.

Hey… Glenn Reynolds for Press Secretary?

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Scratches head…Who is Glenn Reynolds?

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Militias ‘recruit child bombers’

‘Intolerable situation’

Ms Coomaraswamy labelled the practice “intolerable”, adding that “their poverty is being exploited”.

Speaking to the BBC in the Jordanian capital, Amman, she said: “Some are paid, mainly for mortar attacks and for placing bombs.”

“Many of them no longer go to school, many are recruited for violent activities or detained in custody, they lack access to the most basic services and manifest a wide range of psychological symptoms from the violence in their everyday lives.”


I’m shocked…No where did I see the report fron the BBC…These kids called ‘young freedom fighters’.

Ummm really, nothing else can be said. Well, where is this Car Wash?

Where is this car wash?

Theo Spark

Rev. Wright Sounds Off on Controversial Comments in New Interview

NEW YORK — Barack Obama’s efforts to shift attention away from the fiery remarks of his former pastor were set back Friday with the broadcast of an interview in which the preacher says his quotes condemning America were taken out of context by people “for some very devious reasons.”

The interview comes as Obama, the front-runner in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, is trying to bounce back from a defeat in Tuesday’s Pennsylvania primary.

His rival, Hillary Clinton, has argued that she is better positioned and more experienced to withstand bare-knuckle Republican attacks ahead of the November presidential election. Her supporters have pointed to Obama’s relationship with the Rev. Jeremiah Wright as one of his biggest vulnerabilities if he is the nominee.

Last month Obama made a well-received speech on racism in America in a bid to defuse the attention given to Wright, who has said in sermons that America brought the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks on itself and is “damned” by God for its history of slavery and racism.

But the issue hasn’t gone away. Republicans in North Carolina, which holds its primary May 6, have already begun airing ads featuring Wright in an attempt to taint the state’s Democratic gubernatorial candidates because of their support for Obama. The ads call Obama “too extreme for North Carolina.”

Wright’s remarks were was again receiving attention on cable news channels Friday — along with excerpts from the PBS television interview being broadcast that evening. The interview is the first the pastor has given since video of his preaching gained national attention in March.

Wright said that publicizing sound bites of sermons in which he condemned U.S. policies was “unfair” and “devious,” and done by people who know nothing about his church, according to the excerpts.

Wright said that as an activist at Chicago’s Trinity United Church of Christ, he is accustomed to being “at odds with the establishment,” but the response to the sermons has been “very, very unsettling.”

Among the most remarked upon sound bites was Wright proclaiming from the pulpit “God damn America” for its racism. He accused the government of flooding black neighborhoods with drugs.

“The blowing up of sermons preached 15, seven, six years ago and now becoming a media event, not the full sermon, but the snippets from the sermon … having made me the target of hatred, yes, that is something very new,” Wright told “Bill Moyers’ Journal.”

Republican nominee-in-waiting Sen. John McCain has distanced himself from the North Carolina Republican Party’s use of the Wright ads, calling them offensive. He has asked party officials not to air them, but they have refused.

Despite the ads, Obama is favored to win North Carolina, which has a large black, Democratic electorate. Black voters have strongly supported Obama, who is seeking to become the first black U.S. president.

The North Carolina primary offers 115 national convention delegates, the largest prize among the nine contests remaining. Indiana, with 72 delegates available, also holds its contest May 6.

Clinton and Obama campaigned Friday in Indiana, while McCain was to speak to a college class in Little Rock, Arkansas.

In the overall race for the nomination, Obama leads with 1,724.5 delegates, including superdelegates — unelected party officials who can vote as they please. Clinton had 1,593.5, according to an Associated Press tally. It takes 2,025 to win the nomination.

According to a WSBT-South Bend Tribune poll released Thursday, the two are neck-and-neck in Indiana, with Obama at 48 percent and Clinton at 47 percent. The margin of sampling error was plus or minus 5 percentage points.

Clinton, who has fallen far behind Clinton in fundraising, has seen a boost following her victory in Pennsylvania. She raised US$10 million (euro6.3 million) in the 24 hours after the primary.

The long and often bitter contest between Clinton and Obama has raised concerns among Democrats that they may be hurting their chances of defeating McCain — despite the unpopular presidency of George W. Bush, a Republican.

On Thursday, McCain sought to distance himself from Bush, saying he would never have allowed the government to respond in the “disgraceful way” it did after Hurricane Katrina ravaged New Orleans three years ago.

McCain faces the difficult task of maintaining the party’s base while putting space between himself and Bush. In New Orleans, McCain went out of his way to remind voters how badly they were served by the Bush White House after devastating hurricane.

“Never again, never again, will a disaster of this nature be handled in the disgraceful way it was handled,” McCain repeatedly pledged.

Drawing a sharp contrast to Bush, McCain said he would have landed his plane “at the nearest Air Force Base and come over personally.”

They Report, You Decide

We can’t win for losing, guys…There’s no other way to say it – a sex slip-up just isn’t sexy.

FOXSexpert: The Top 10 Sex Mistakes That Men Make

1. Thinking that foreplay starts in the sack.

2. Going south too soon.

3. Ignoring the clitoris.

4. Missing the G spot.

5. Becoming too goal-oriented in your efforts.

6. Gaining weight and still thinking you’re attractive.

7. Not knowing about her need to be naughty.

8. Thinking she’s supposed to act like a porn star.

9. Thinking you’re supposed to look like a porn star.

10. Believing one orgasm is enough.

Dr. Yvonne K. Fulbright, FOXSexpert….I just knew, I kept her picture for some reason.

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I really do believe Dr. Yvonne, missed one. The dingleberry problem. I mean, come on guys, (well the ladies, too) we have to admit that the problem does exist. You know those bits of toilet tissue that get tangled and stuck in the cracks of asses. What a turn off to both of the species.

Since you’re going to be down there and we all are, make sure the “bits” are gone. Elsewise, just as in comedy films and things such as, why not have the whole damn roll stuck down there and walk off with it. It IS not “sexy”.

Links That Deserve Clicking

Andrew Bolt has a fantastic column on the Olympic torch relay and Kevin Rudd’s silence with regard to the Chinese guards acting on Australian soil. My view is foreign troops deployed on Australian soil should be considered a hostile act and the police at the scene should have arrested them.

A truly excellent look at ANZAC Day, the Gallipoli battle, and other things.

Strategy Page briefly examines an issue in US Military Service which needs a closer look. It has to do with the Sole Survivor rule. It’s certainly worth a read.

A view of ANZAC Day from the absolute fucking sewerage tank scum over at Muslim Village… this is the village where all the idiots actually congregate. It’s a village not short of an idiot.

Melanie Phillips looks at whether the law of the land should take second place to religious law. Answer: NO!!!

Ernie Dingo shows how a man really acts when a kid’s in trouble.

I don’t know how to feel about this. It’s both beautiful and tragic.

You just don’t fuck with the IRS. I repeat, do not fuck with the IRS.

A spectacular, albeit brief, look at the problems with Barack Obama’s campaign. This paragraph is poignant: But America is a nation of greatness. It is a nation that allowed my father, a child of poverty, born of a teenage mother who raised him alone, to be successful enough to give back to his country. Not only by his service in the army, but back to his community in a dozen different ways. It’s a nation that isn’t perfect, but strives to make right the wrongs. It is full of generous and loving people. Another post worth looking at is this one.

With news like this, Iran can stop wondering why we don’t like them.

This ruling from a Swedish court will be interesting to watch in action…

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St. George’s Day Parade Slain by PC Dragon


British organizers canceled a parade for fear of offending — despite zero complaints from local Muslims. How can freedom survive when officials capitulate to the mere notion of extremism?

The gist of the story…

The news this week that authorities in the English city of Bradford had apparently banned a St. George’s Day parade by schoolchildren because it might offend local Muslims appeared at first sight to be yet another example of timid British officialdom caving in to the demands of extremists.

We English don’t usually make a big deal about celebrating our dragon-slaying patron saint, and a survey showed that fewer than one in five people planned to mark the occasion on Wednesday. St. Patrick’s Day, on the other hand — giant green hats and buckets of Guinness — we can do that! But, on the off-chance that we did feel like celebrating, being told that we can’t do so for fear of upsetting members of an ethnic minority is, not unreasonably, guaranteed to get our backs up.

The parade story was reported by several UK newspapers, and picked up by the blogosphere. The response was predictable: “Disgusting that we cannot walk in safety in our own country in certain areas because we’re scared of the Muslims that live there!” raged a reader in the comments thread for the Daily Mail’s story. “Good job it wasn’t a Muslim march!” said another.

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A message to the homeless

Relax, it’s called black humor. And if even a hint of a smile came across you face… hmmm, tsk, tsk.

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