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Friday, February 20, 2004

More aliens try to enter for amnesty

Great plan Dubya, GREAT EFFING PLAN!

What was that talk about a wall again...
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Hallucinogen May Cure Drug Addiction

How cool if this actually works?
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No or Mo' WMD?

OpinionJournal - Wonder Land:

"This past Monday the Sundance Channel, of all places, aired a remarkable 2002 documentary called 'Stealing the Fire,' which detailed Iraq's ability to acquire uranium-processing equipment from Germany, one of the European 'allies' we are supposed to have offended by not waiting for them to join us against Saddam. Heinz Schaab, who admitted to selling German-made centrifuge equipment to Saddam, was tried in Germany, found guilty and sentenced--to five years probation. The film makes clear that Schaab was not alone, that the civilized world is full of businessmen willing to service Saddam, Khan, Kim Jong Il or anyone with cash flow. "

I think even this one small example clearly states the dangers of WMD availability and what someone like Saddam could do. I think that everyone forgets that the U.N inspections teams only found no evidence of WMD. That doesn't say anything about trying to acquire the materials and/or INSTRUCTIONS on how to build them.

"the Democratic candidates and their coterie have chosen to dismantle and demolish Mr. Bush's personal integrity. The Democrats--and especially John Kerry, if he is serious about succeeding to this office--need to get on-issue and off George Bush personally because the course they are on diverts the electorate from the seriousness of what's at stake. It also reduces the authority of the country's leadership at a dangerous moment and diminishes one other national institution: the Democratic Party. "
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International Herald Tribune: "A polling station was virtually deserted in Mashhad, Friday. Many voters have lost their enthusiasm after more than 2,000 liberal candidates were banned. "

Gotta love Iran, a "democratic state". GG
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Gay Marriage Continued:
Why oppose gay marriage? :

"So it really doesn't matter if you agree with, discriminate against, support, or don't care. What matters is that these (gay) American Citizens have the right to be married in a (Court of Law)."

That is my final answer.
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I feel like crap.

I don't know why. I have been trying to figure it out for the last few days though and here is what I have narrowed it down to. Eating and Sleeping.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not eating a bunch of crap food everyday. I think I'm just not eating enough, and not eating enough good food. My breakfasts have been poor. A good example of my typical breakfast would be half a cup of oatmeal or cream of wheat. I weighed about 180Ib's a few weeks ago, and now I'm down to about 175. Maybe half a cup just isn't enough. Lunch is usually fine, and so is dinner. However, this is a big change from how I was previously eating. I basically ate all day long, apples, oranges, raisans, almonds, hazel nuts, sushi etc. I can see now that the human body cannot feel it's best on 3 lame meals a day.

I don't understand what is going on with my sleeping. I think I'm just not sleeping well. I wake up tired and I am lately incredibly sore in the neck and back area. I often find myself sitting up in bed at 3am wondering when it's going to be 7am. These cannot be good signs but I can't figure out why it's happening.


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Thursday, February 19, 2004

CNN.com - Plan for U.S.-Mexico border fence rejected - Feb. 19, 2004: "Plan for U.S.-Mexico border fence rejected"

"SAN DIEGO, California (AP) -- California regulators denied a Department of Homeland Security request to fortify the westernmost stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border, setting the stage for a possible legal battle between the state and the Bush administration. "

I find this incredibly interesting. I had read somewhere that the Army was sending a full infantry division down south to protect our borders. I am giddy with excitement. I find it incredibly fascinating that the regulators denied this request, considering that SoCal residents can often be found on the border themselves trying to keep out illegals right along with the INS teams that are currently struggling. 80,000 illegals are known to cross into the U.S each year. That's just the numbers that we know about.

"Much of the environmental concern stems from the Border Patrol's plans to fill a deep, half-mile long canyon known as "Smuggler's Gulch," with 2.1 million cubic yards of dirt, enough to fill 300,000 dump trucks. "

Do ya think the wildlife aren't already affected by all the foot traffic going through there already? Since when does the CCC care anyway? There are residential and business projects building on "nature reserves" all over the southland anyway. Anyone remember the recent Mountain Lion attacks? That's what I thought.

Build it. Build it deep. Build it high. Let's electrify it too.
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Gay Marriage.

I haven't really put too much thought into this until recently. I remember hearing the President say something about protecting man/woman marriage. I thought to myself "why would he need to protect it?". Maybe I'm a little slow and missed the entire point but I think I just got it.

"Marriage" has *always* since the beginning of time been between a man and a woman. Not only is it a 5000+year tradition, but it's something that most married couples through the world find sacred and extremely important to themselves, their families and their belief system.

Now gay people want to participate in that Tradition which belongs to an entirely different moral, theological, and religious belief system. Threatening many people's marriages. Straight people feel that Gay marriage will "threaten" and "cheapen" their own marriages. The same way that Gay activists feel "threatened" or cheated by not being allowed to marry.

In my opinion, this is very selfish of the Gay activists. Why don't they set up some sort of "gay" marriage instead of trying to stomp all over the tradition of straight marriage. Gays are crying out for "equality" and "liberty" but at who's cost? Everyone else.
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Russia developing hypersonic weapons?

Russia: Weapons can penetrate 'Star Wars' shields:

"'The flying vehicle changed both the altitude and direction of its flight,' Baluyevsky said. 'During the experiment conducted yesterday, we proved that it's possible to develop weapons that would make any missile defense useless.'"

lol. That was fast. For a country that is broke and can't even pay for their own space program, they sure came out with a "maneuverable" hypersonic weapon pretty damn quick. I don't believe it. Besides, nothing isf aster than a laser. Nice try.
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Quote of the day.

"All we expect is that the United States will remain true to its principles of liberty, justice, and its ideals of democracy."
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An Open Letter To Senator John Kerry

Student Movement Coordination Committee for Democracy in Iran:

"We have read how you refer to the theocratic regime in Iran as a "democracy;" we have heard how, if elected, as the president of the United States you intend to "engage" this barbaric regime; this very terrorist regime that your own State Department lists as the most active "State Sponsor of Terrorism."

Yep, Kerry thinks that he can reason with barbarians and dictators. How he can compare them to our democracy is beyond me.

"Sir, diplomacy does not mean strengthening totalitarian regimes at the expense and the agony of the citizens of that country. Protracting the Islamic Republic's survival in Iran would only prolong our pain and suffering."
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Death for a traitor?

Soldier Charged Could Get Death: "A National Guardsman attempted to provide the al Qaida terrorist network with information about U.S. troop strength and tactics, as well as methods for killing Army personnel, the military alleged in charges made public Wednesday. The charges could lead to a death sentence. "

I say kill the sum'bitch. I don't need to explain.
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Wednesday, February 18, 2004

Quote of the day

"This tells the world that the biggest problem in America is 'fucking faggots' "
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The war at home continues.

New York Post Online Edition: news: "Al Qaeda has deployed an army of fresh terrorists to launch airplane-hijack attacks, derail trains carrying hazardous materials, and bomb financial centers, a top intelligence official warned yesterday. "

I think that Americans are once again slipping into a comfortable ' the world does not exist ' mindset again. They seem to believe that the war is no longer being fought at home, and that we are no longer theatened by these bastards

"Although we have disrupted several airline plots, we have not eliminated the threat to airlines," Hutchings said. "There are still al Qaeda operatives who we believe have been deployed to hijack planes and fly them into targets.

Hutchings also said the United States has information that al Qaeda has looked into the possibility of derailing trains carrying hazardous chemicals. And it is seeking to use toxic or radioactive materials in its powerful truck bombs. "

Even though we have this new motto 'never forget'. IMO I don't think we can forget, especially with new reminders. Wake up America, your way of life is at stake

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John Kerry, the Traitor?

MSNBC - John Kerry's Chinese campaign connections: "Senator John Kerry, D-MA, unwittingly tried to help a Chinese espionage agent and arms dealer in 1996 in return for campaign contributions for his Senate reelection campaign, according to congressional and other documents, interviews, and photographs. "

Read this this article. I'm dumbfounded by this guy. Not so much because he met with these people and accepted money from them, but because he continues to paint a picture of himself as the knight in shining armor come to rescue us poor mislead Americans.

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Tuesday, February 17, 2004

Quote of the day:

“no weapon in the arsenals of the world is so formidable as the will and moral courage of free men and women.”

Thanks Bill.
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Whites Only!

local6.com - News - Student Group Offers Whites Only Scholarship: "A student group at Roger Williams University is offering a new scholarship for which only white students are eligible, in a move they say is designed to protest affirmative action."

I love it. Finally someone got the balls to stand up to this crap.

"We think that if you want to treat someone according to character and how well they achieve academically, then skin color shouldn't really be an option," he said. "Many people think that coming from a white background you're automatically privileged, you're automatically rich and your parents pay full tuition. That's just not the case."

Just like coming from a black background doesn't automatically mean you are a thug and a ganster.

"No matter what my ethnicity is, I'm making a statement that scholarships should be given out based on merit and need," Mattera told the Providence Journal. He said two other group members who are Cuban and Guatemalan also support the white scholarship."

Mattera is Puerto Rican. You go boy. Viva la revolution!
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English please.

IHT: The Workplace: With limits, the rule is English: "English is a job requirement whether you're a banker in Bavaria, a chef at a five-star Luxembourg hotel or a writer for America Online's French Web site in Paris. It's an Information Age standard that some linguists argue is fast becoming basic."

How very interesting. In many European nations, it is now a job requirement to speak english. Yet, in the U.S.A some jobs require people to speak Spanish or Vietnamese.

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Next to the importance of Freedom and Justice is popular education. . .

IHT: Commentary: Should U.S. fret over the wage gap, or math gap?: "'What will ultimately determine' the 'standard of living of this country is the skill of the people,' Greenspan told the Senate committee. 'We do something wrong, which obviously people in Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea and Japan do far better. Teaching in these strange, exotic places seems for some reason to be far better than we can do it.'"

"..."The American education system," Gupta notes, "is designed so as not to hurt the self-esteem of any student in class. So, nearly everyone can pass the high-school level." This leads to inadequately trained high-school graduates, and has a bearing on the quality of college education."

No surprise here. Thank you PCrs. The frustation with this goes beyond just education. This type of thinking and behavior is everywhere. It must be stopped. As a side note, Alan Greenspan is a "disciple" of Ayn Rand. I love that woman.

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Kerry lies, some more.

FOXNews.com - You Decide 2004 - Bush Meeting National Guard Members: "'With Kerry, veterans will have a veteran in the White House who fights to make sure they get the benefits they deserve,' Kerry said.

And calls them murderers, rapists and criminals?

Kerry said Bush's policies had threatened to undermine troops' pay, health care and battlefield protection.

What the hell is he talking about? If I remember correctly the Armed Forces all got a raise this year. Yep, me too. WtF?

'John Kerry will keep America's promise to those who served their country bravely,' the Democratic presidential front-runner said. "

The only promise we need is the promise to be a strong leader, and to guide us in the war on terror and other criminal regimes.



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Straight from a Marine's mouth:

OpinionJournal - A Marine's Journal: "It is now known that the Iraqis forced those civilians into their vehicles under threat of death and ordered them to speed into our positions. One of them was a dentist who speaks English. He explained it all. Some of the cars were driven by Iraqis in uniform but filled with civilians, Palestinians civilians reportedly. One such vehicle was a four-door Nissan truck, tan, that shot past our forward line into our depth at about 50 miles an hour. I shot about 10 rounds into the cab with about eight other Marines. The vehicle slammed into a power pole without having braked, the driver already dead. He was the only occupant in that vehicle. "

I don't think I need to explain any of this, it's pretty straight forward. It's apparent that only after a battle can we really see the gravity of it, and examine the why's and how's of what happened. This type of thing isn't as common in Iraq NOW, but it still exists in different forms. It's important to remember that terrorists don't fight like we do. They are dishonorable and do not care for any life but their own.
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Monday, February 16, 2004

Altruism and apathy at it's best.

Amnesty International - Library - Laos: Use of starvation as a weapon of war against civilians:

"Reports have reached the organization of scores of civilian deaths, predominantly among children, from starvation and injuries sustained during the conflict. It is known that several of approximately 20 rebel groups with their families are surrounded by Lao military and prevented from foraging for food that they traditionally rely on to survive.The organization has written to the Lao government to express its concerns and has urged that the situation be addressed in cooperation with the international community."

THIS IS WHY WE FIGHT. You bitches. Fucking liberals never fucking get it. Imagine if your family was surrounded in Los Angeles by the U.S Army just because they were mexican. The U.S goverment was starving them and killing them slowly but surely. Imagine that! Now you have more insight as to why we fight. We fight because terrorist regimes continue their atrocities even today, in 2004!

I was going to say something else, but I forgot what it was!
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Good thing we left Vietnam! Right?

Before you read this, remember that Kerry was protesting this war for our capitalist ally South Vietnam. He claimed that Americans were murderers, and killing 200,000 innocents a year.

The truth hurts doesn't it Kerry?


Communists at work

"Witnesses in Laos have reported that the Communist Lao government of the LPDR and Communist Vietnamese governments have killed over 300,000 people in Laos in the past 27 years. The "killing fields, genocide and ethnic cleansing war" in Laos are still going on in 2003."

"Witnesses in Laos reported that the Communist Lao government sponsored more than 10,000 people to demonstrate in Vientiane, Laos, on March 23, 2003. The main objective of the demonstration sponsored by the LPDR was to condemn the U.S. government policy toward Saddam Hussein's government in Iraq. The demonstration provided true evidence that there are relations and connections between the Communist Lao government of the LPDR and the Saddam Hussein government in Iraq. This demonstration also shows that the Communist Lao government supported Saddam Hussein's government's engagement in and support of terrorism in the world. "
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Worst President in History?

The following appeared in the Durham, NC local paper
as a letter to the
editor. Please forward to all on your list as this
will put things in perspective:

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Liberals claim President Bush shouldn't have
started this war. They complain about his
prosecution of it. One liberal recently claimed Bush
was the worst president in U.S. history.
Let's clear up one point: We didn't start the war
on terror. Try to remember, it was started by
terrorists on 9/11.


Let's look at the "worst" president and
mismanagement claims.


a.. FDR led us into World War II. Germany never
attacked us: Japan did. From 1941-1945, 450,000
lives were lost, an average of 112,500 per year.

Does anyone question our motives in WWII? No.


b.. Truman finished that war and started one in
Korea, North Korea never attacked us. From 1950-1953, 55,000 lives were lost, an average of 18,333 per year.

The Korean War was the result of the division of Korea into communist North and capitalist South. When the North invaded the South, the US saw it as a bold communist effort at expansion. Compounding the United State’s fears, the attack was endorsed by the USSR, and partially lead by Red China. The US feared that communism would spread throughout South East Asia should the communist forces takeover the whole of Korea. This would thus allow them to be able to strike any where in Asia or the Pacific


c.. John F. Kennedy started the Vietnam conflict
in 1962. Vietnam never attacked us. Johnson turned Vietnam into a quagmire. From 1965-1975, 59,000 lives were lost, an average of 5,900 per year.

Again, sparked by North communist invasion forces on a capitalist/democratic South


d.. Clinton went to war in Bosnia without UN or
French consent. Bosnia never attacked us. He was
offered Osama bin Laden's head on a platter three
times by Sudan and did nothing. Osama has attacked
us on multiple occasions.



e.. In the two years since terrorists attacked us,
President Bush has liberated two countries, crushed the Taliban, crippled al-Qaida, put nuclear inspectors in Lybia, Iran and North Korea without firing a shot, and captured a terrorist who slaughtered 300,000 of his own people.
We lost 600 soldiers, an average of 300 a year. Bush did all this abroad while not allowing another terrorist attack at home.

Worst president in history? Come on!
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More misplaced anger?

MSNBC - "Instead Jesus landed in Iraq and died last March after stepping on a stray American cluster bomb, according to his father. After his son’s death, he made a decision to speak out against the war. “They tell me I’m staining the memory of my son. But that’s not true. He died for his own ideals,” Suarez said in Spanish. “All the young people who have died are a symbol of peace, valor and courage. But they were tricked."

Don't get me wrong here. It's really unfortunate when anyone dies. But this guy says the soldiers were tricked. How can that be? A soldier signs on the dotted line and that means that soldier will go to war no matter what the reason is. Before you leave for basic training you swear in. Part of the swear in states specifically that you will obey the orderse of the commander in chief. Whether he supports the war or not, that soldier will fight in the war. The WMD angle is so beat that I don't think it's even worth discussing at this point. This unfortunate mexican has been caught up in liberal hype.

This guy needs to get off the bandwagon and examine the big picture. Democracy in the middle east. A pillar of stability in a region rife with chaos. I encourage all narrow minded people (and especially liberals) to really think about all of the reasons why we are in the middle east. Examine the 5000 years of history of that region. Stop bitching about WMD and just move on.
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