Thursday, November 10, 2005

Apparently this girl did not like my article

Date: Tue, 8 Nov 2005 02:38:17 -0500
From: Brittany K Jestice Add To Address Book
Subject: hello

    Hello, I read your article in CMU Life titled "Protesting
Victoria's Secret is Outrageous. What you said made me sad
that there are people out there like you that are that
ignorant and misinformed. I really think you need to go to You have no idea what you are
talking about, I can't believe they would publish something in
the newspaper that shows such a lack of correct information.
You should also check out the process of creating recycled
paper vs. creating virgin paper. A lot more chemicals are
used to create virgin paper and is a lot more harmful to
environment. I hope you check up on everything you have a
misunderstanding about.


Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Hollywood Keeps this blog alive

Yes, you can attribute the actions of hollywood to my ferocious updates today.

If any single group of people is destroying the moral fabric of America it would have to be the Hollywood left and the MTV jokers of our time. The bad decisions I made at age 18 are now being made by fifth graders. Childhood's are being stolen, innocent minds turned to mush, and mindnumbed, tv addicted robots are our future.

......I've got plenty more on this subject.....but it's time for be continued..................................................

The Latest...

I just had to add this...

I know this hasn't been updated lately, but I've been busy. Below is the latest in liberal's gone wild here at Central Michigan University.

Police seize cameras at mall protest

and below is the text of my opinion editorial that appeared in the following edition of CM-Life (campus newspaper)

Protesting Victoria’s Secret is outrageous

I think Central Michigan Life mislabeled the headline on the Victoria’s Secret protest event at the Meridian Mall.

The story headline should have been titled, “Three CMU students travel to Okemos, illustrating absurdity.”

The environmental kookiness displayed by these students is outrageous.

When was the last time somebody came into your neighborhood and cut down a tree to make paper?

Never, because paper comes from trees that have been specifically grown for such a purpose.

We recycle paper because it makes us feel all warm and good inside, like we have just taken steps to save the planet.

Well guess what? Paper recycling has nothing to do with saving trees or the planet, as has been acknowledged by various environmental groups.

Recycling does not save trees. Some random tree in a national forest was never intended to be put to such use; there are tree farms for that.

When one tree is cut down, another is planted; otherwise the farm would go out of business.

Thus, if we all used less paper, there would be fewer trees planted. The truth is that the total amount of forest land in the US is about the same as it was 75 years ago; there are more trees because of greater tree density per acre.

You would not hear that from a tree hugger. In addition, consider the harsh chemicals being used to actually recycle that paper to make it reusable. Does that not consume any energy or output any toxic gasses?

We may be unnecessarily using energy and producing so called “greenhouse gasses,” but at least we’re saving a tree, right?

So I think I’ll drive my gas guzzling, environment-killing SUV to Victoria’s Secret, collect some non-recycled paper catalogs and implement my own version of recycling.

I’ll read them twice.

Ryan Schulte
Saginaw senior

Friday, October 07, 2005

I love Ann Coulter

Firstly....check this out. I've been told this is an actual image the day after Katrina came to town. Click it to enlarge it. AND CLICK ON MY AD'S

Did anyone expect political correctness here? Yes, it is insensitive and I do not condone it.

After seeing a lot of Ann Coulter in the news lately, I am reminded of how much I love her, and how she is almost always right, just like me!

Thus, with this retrospective look back, let's see exactly why Ann is so great. Here are a few examples:

"[Clinton] masturbates in the sinks."---Rivera Live 8/2/99

"God gave us the earth. We have dominion over the plants, the animals, the trees. God said, 'Earth is yours. Take it. Rape it. It's yours.'"---Hannity & Colmes, 6/20/01

The "backbone of the Democratic Party" is a "typical fat, implacable welfare recipient"---syndicated column 10/29/99

"Women like Pamela Harriman and Patricia Duff are basically Anna Nicole Smith from the waist down. Let's just call it for what it is. They're whores." 11/16/00

Juan Gonzales is "Cuba's answer to Joey Buttafuoco," a "miscreant," "sperm-donor," and a "poor man's Hugh Hefner."---Rivera Live 5/1/00

On Princess Diana's death: "Her children knew she's sleeping with all these men. That just seems to me, it's the definition of 'not a good mother.' ... Is everyone just saying here that it's okay to ostentatiously have premarital sex in front of your children?"..."[Diana is] an ordinary and pathetic and confessional - I've never had bulimia! I've never had an affair! I've never had a divorce! So I don't think she's better than I am."---MSNBC 9/12/97

"I think there should be a literacy test and a poll tax for people to vote."---Hannity & Colmes, 8/17/99

"I think [women] should be armed but should not [be allowed to] vote."---Politically Incorrect, 2/26/01

"If you don't hate Clinton and the people who labored to keep him in office, you don't love your country."---George, 7/99

"We're now at the point that it's beyond whether or not this guy is a horny hick. I really think it's a question of his mental stability. He really could be a lunatic. I think it is a rational question for Americans to ask whether their president is insane."---Equal Time

"It's enough [to be impeached] for the president to be a pervert."---The Case Against Bill Clinton, Coulter's 1998 book.

"Clinton is in love with the erect penis."---This Evening with Judith Regan, Fox News Channel 2/6/00

"I think we had enough laws about the turn-of-the-century. We don't need any more." Asked how far back would she go to repeal laws, she replied, "Well, before the New Deal...[The Emancipation Proclamation] would be a good start."---Politically Incorrect 5/7/97

"If they have the one innocent person who has ever to be put to death this century out of over 7,000, you probably will get a good movie deal out of it."---MSNBC 7/27/97

"If those kids had been carrying guns they would have gunned down this one [child] gunman. ... Don't pray. Learn to use guns."---Politically Incorrect, 12/18/97

"The presumption of innocence only means you don't go right to jail."---Hannity & Colmes 8/24/01

"I have to say I'm all for public flogging. One type of criminal that a public humiliation might work particularly well with are the juvenile delinquents, a lot of whom consider it a badge of honor to be sent to juvenile detention. And it might not be such a cool thing in the 'hood to be flogged publicly."---MSNBC 3/22/97

"Originally, I was the only female with long blonde hair. Now, they all have long blonde hair." 6/6/00

"I am emboldened by my looks to say things Republican men wouldn't."---TV Guide 8/97

"Let's say I go out every night, I meet a guy and have sex with him. Good for me. I'm not married."---Rivera Live 6/7/00

"Anorexics never have boyfriends. ... That's one way to know you don't have anorexia, if you have a boyfriend."---Politically Incorrect 7/21/97

"I think [Whitewater]'s going to prevent the First Lady from running for Senate."---Rivera Live 3/12/99

"The thing I like about Bush is I think he hates liberals."---Washington Post 8/1/00

On Rep. Christopher Shays (d-CT) in deciding whether to run against him as a Libertarian candidate: "I really want to hurt him. I want him to feel pain."---Hartford Courant 6/25/99

"The swing voters---I like to refer to them as the idiot voters because they don't have set philosophical principles. You're either a liberal or you're a conservative if you have an IQ above a toaster. "---Beyond the News, Fox News Channel, 6/4/00

"My libertarian friends are probably getting a little upset now but I think that's because they never appreciate the benefits of local fascism."---MSNBC 2/8/97

"You want to be careful not to become just a blowhard."---Washington Post 10/16/98

Thursday, October 06, 2005

Yep, it's personal

Alright, now it’s personal. Initially I was looking at Bush’s nomination of Harriet Miers for Supreme Court as if there was no real PERSONAL deep meaning for me. But now that I think of it, there is.

I put in a countless number of hours trying to get Bush re-elected or at least take Michigan last November.

President Bush; I am part of your base, your grassroots common man. But I am personally offended by this nomination. I volunteered (meaning: unpaid) my time only to see you nominate your personal lawyer, who’s highest individual achievement was running the Texas state lottery. For the love of God, she’s donated to the Al Gore campaign, remember him? The internet inventor?

I am not alone; many people have been fighting for the Republican cause their whole lives, waiting for a time in which they could see their leaders take back the courts. Now the opportunity exists, and our “republican” president is sadly 0 for 2.

I remember asking people; “Do you want to see less government spending, roe v wade overturned, protection from terrorism”? Of course, I promised Bush would be the man for the job, but now I’m starting to wonder.

Bush is one of the biggest spending presidents in US history. Government has expanded under his direction. With judges whose ideology is unknown headed to the highest court in the land, roe v wade is no closer to being overturned (not that the republican majority in congress has the gull anyway). And thousands of illegal immigrants are crossing our borders daily. Who knows what kinds of destructive weapons they may be carrying.

Perhaps Saddam’s weapons of mass destruction are already inside our country? Is there any way of really knowing?

I’ll leave you to ponder that question. It’s not extreme, I am.

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

You know you like it

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Connie West hates white people

Apparently President Bush has found the time between flicking boogers at a list filled with Supreme Court candidates and seeing what sticks to wind up the hurricane box deep beneath the ocean.

That’s right, he’s at it again Bush has spawned tropical storm Tammy off the coast of Florida. Where is Connie West when we need him?

President Bush; please do not target the poor neighborhoods again, aim this storm at the rich, white, SUV driving, evil corporate bastards that deserve it. After all, they can afford to rebuild as they are the self sufficient looney birds who took out loans, put themselves through college, and have become successful….damn them all to hell for not depending upon the government for their every need.

Harriet who?

Alright, so I was being a little facetious/sarcastic with the “first up: Bush” remark in yesterday’s post. As a loyal, card carrying member (really) of the vast right wing conspiracy, I am vehemently displeased with his choice of Harriet E. Miers to replace Sandra Day O’Connor.

Let me explain why. Ever since O’Connor resigned, we have herd names swirling around. Some of which were known, some not so much. Miers falls into the later category. She is a political unheard of. There were some very suitable replacements on the short list:

"Janice Rogers Brown is the far right's dream judge," said People For the American Way President Ralph G. Neas. "She embodies Clarence Thomas's ideological extremism and Antonin Scalia's abrasiveness and right-wing activism. Giving her a powerful seat on the DC Circuit Court would be a disaster."

It would have been so fun to watch the Democrats fumble about as they search for a PC way to destroy a BLACK WOMAN as a nominee. She would have been the perfect choice. She made it through one round of fierce scrutiny on her way to the federal appeals court as appointed by Bush.

Rather than rejoice in the knowledge that the Supreme Court is slowly turning my way, I am left crossing my fingers, and (dis)trusting President Bush; the big spending republican who refuses, in light of 9/11, to do anything about our border situation. But I guess that’s for another post.

The effects of this nomination will not be felt for a while. If Miers turns out to be the best thing since Antonin Scalia, I’ll be happy with bush. If however she turns out like the liberal turncoat David Souter, a Bush 41 appointee, I’ll resume the inquisition into Bush’s “conservativeness”.

If W Is Conservative, Why Miers? By: Nathan Tabor

Miers has given conflicting answers on gays.

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- U.S. Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers gave mixed answers on same-sex rights in a questionnaire she filled out from a Texas gay rights group during her successful 1989 run for the Dallas City Council.
She told group she believed gay men and lesbians should have the same civil rights as straight Americans, but that she opposed repeal of the state's sodomy law criminalizing same-sex sexual conduct.

President Bush has never discussed abortion with Miers.

In his first solo press conference since May, President Bush said Tuesday he has never discussed abortion with Miers or any of his judicial nominees.

"Not to my recollection have I ever sat down with her [to discuss abortion]," Bush said. "What I have done is understand the type of person she is and the type of judge she will be."

The point here is that there should be no question about the Supreme Court. There are true conservatives who have waited a lifetime to see this opportunity arise and sway the ideological position of the court. Now bush has made two questionable booger picks for the court, leaving myself and many others on the right scratching our heads.

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Hopping on the bandwagon

Thank God Al Gore invented this vast playground called the internet for me to finally get my voice out……

Alright, so the last person alive not to have a blog is probably my 85 year old grandpa. And I'm second to last.

I just got him outfitted with a computer last Christmas, so maybe he does indeed have one that I'm unaware of. Either way, this is the first post of the future "most visited right wing blog on the internet".

The aim of this blog will be to set the political record straight with facts rather than emotional appeals that the far left media outlets bombard us with on a daily basis.

Political Correctness is out the window, and no republicrats, or demicans will be spared, half-hearted republicans will be outed.

Target number one:

George W. Bush (D) – Texas.

Liberals, grab your MTV endorsed talking points and spit some comments back at me if you dare, prepare for enlightenment.