Friday, August 29, 2008
This is a sample from Bucky The Moonbat Slayer's latest posting, just before Borat OhMindless picked the Delaware Punch off his political counter. Well, you saw one of the pictures I had of the Delaware punch, but here are some more. And here is Bucky's blog sample.
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
"This week, Barack Obama's challenge is to select a running mate who's young, hip, and whose accomplishments in life don't overshadow Obama's. Allow me to suggest Kevin Federline." -- Ann Coulter
Yeah. What she said.
I agree with you Bucky. By the way, for those of you reading this, Bucky did not have these pics on his original blog. I have more pics coming!
Not choosing Hilary Clinton may be Obama's biggest political blunder, if he really wants to be the President...only time will tell.
John McCain, on the other hand, has delivered a big surprise which may have Obama screaming in pain from a political "caining". McCain's choice of having Sarah Palin for his Vice Presidential running mate may just be the smartest move he has made to counter Barry Obama's biggest blunder. There's more to come, so stay tuned!
By the way, check out Bucky The Moonbat Slayer's latest post. I have a link to it.
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
Here SHE is, the USS New York, made from the World Trade Center!
USS New York
It was built with 24 tons of scrap steel from the
It is the fifth in a new class of warship -
designed for missions that include
special operations against terrorists.
It will carry a crew of 360 sailors
and 700 combat-ready Marines to
be delivered ashore by
helicopters and assault craft.
Steel from the
down in a foundry in
cast the ship's bow section. When
it was poured into the molds on
Sept 9, 2003, 'those big rough
steelworkers treated it with
total reverence,' recalled
Navy Capt. Kevin Wensing,
who was there. 'It was a spiritual
moment for everybody there.'
Junior Chavers, foundry operations manager,
said that when the trade center steel
first arrived, he touched it with his
hand and the 'hair on my neck
stood up.' 'It had a big meaning
to it for all of us,' he said.
'They knocked us down.
They can't keep us down.
We're going to be back.'
The ship's motto? 'Never Forget'
Please keep this going so everyone
can see what we are made
of in this country!
SPECIAL THANKS TO BILL MACCORMICK FOR FORWARDING THIS EMAIL TO ME!
Sunday, August 10, 2008
SPECIAL THANKS GOES TO MY FOX LA BLOGGER "HOTMAMAJAMA" FOR SENDING THIS EMAIL TO ME.
Sunday, August 3, 2008
Shame on the left wing website CounterPunch! Shame on CounterPunch for its Nazi tactics and false accusations against NBC being racist. Shame on Scott Pellegrino for his cheap smear campaign against veteran news anchor Tom Brokaw! Read this from Newsmax.com:
Tom Brokaw Angrily Denies NBC Racism Charge
NBC’s “Meet the Press” interim moderator Tom Brokaw has responded sharply to a charge that the network is racist for hiring only white males to host the show.
The charge came from Scott Pellegrino in an article carried by CounterPunch, a mostly left-wing newsletter and Web site.
Pellegrino, a veteran talk-radio producer, pointed out that there have been nine permanent hosts of “Meet the Press” since 1953 — “all of them white and all of them male, as though the civil rights and women’s movements never happened.”
He then initiated an e-mail exchange with Brokaw, asking in his first e-mail to Brokaw’s assistant if the veteran newsman thought it would be “appropriate” for NBC to hire a person of color as the next “Meet the Press” host.
Brokaw responded in an e-mail disclosed by Pellegrino that he is “not in charge” of selecting the next permanent host following the death of Tim Russert. But he stated that there are many men and women “of all colors and backgrounds who are on the long list of possibilities.”
Pellegrino, president and CEO of PopDebate and CollegiateDebates — which tout themselves as “the Web’s premier portal for stimulating intellectual exchange among the globe's sharpest minds” — replied the same day. He said that while Brokaw is not in charge of picking the next host, he more than anyone else at NBC has the “gravitas” to influence the choice.
When Brokaw did not respond for six days, Pellegrino ratcheted up the vitriol in an e-mail with the subject line “Mr. Brokaw, very disappointed in your cowardly silence,” asking: “Where is your conscience? Is your life nothing more than an exclusive white-male country club?”
Brokaw angrily responded: “What kind of self-aggrandizing stunt is this?” He went out to document his long career reporting on issues of race and “advocating racial fairness and justice,” citing among other works a “prize-winning documentary called ‘Separate and Unequal’ about the economic and social consequences of the continuing racism in America.”
He called Pellegrino a “cheap shot columnist looking for an easy headline.”
In a later e-mail Brokaw wrote: “If I say publicly that NBC must choose an African-American as the new host and then NBC management decides on an African-American man or woman based entirely on merit, what do you think the reaction will be? Oh, he/she got the job simply because they’re black.”
In his next e-mail Pellegrino called NBC a “racist” media company, along with several other media entities he named.
At that point Steve Capus, president of NBC News, sent an e-mail to Pellegrino stating that “Tom has finishing communicating with you,” adding that Pellegrino is “more intent on pathetic cheap shots and deranged rants.”
Saturday, August 2, 2008
This article is from the Daily Breeze:
Federal probe into Inglewood shooting sought
INGLEWOOD - Rep. Maxine Waters on Monday called for a federal investigation into the Inglewood Police Department, which has come under fire in the wake of three officer-involved shootings in the past three months, including one that killed a 38-year-old Postal Service employee.
"These recent tragedies are a cause of great concern," said Waters, D- Los Angeles. "Police officers are sworn to protect and serve, but unfortunately many community residents have lost confidence in the Inglewood Police Department and instead of trusting the police, they are fearful.
"We need to have a thorough outside investigation to understand what is happening and to take the appropriate steps to correct the situation," she said.
Waters sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey asking for a Department of Justice investigation to determine "whether there is a pattern and practice of discriminatory conduct or violations of federal civil rights or federal criminal law."
Kevin Wicks, a 19-year employee of the U.S. Postal Service in West Los Angeles, was shot to death by Inglewood police Officer Brian Ragan at about 12:20 a.m. Monday after four officers went to his door in response to a report of an argument involving a man and two women.
Police said Wicks answered the door with a gun in his hand and raised it toward the officers, prompting the gunfire.
But relatives and community activists have decried the shooting, saying officers responded to the wrong apartment in the complex at 124 N. Hillcrest Blvd. They also insisted that Ragan should not have opened fire, and if Wicks was holding a gun, it was likely only for his safety since he lived in a dangerous neighborhood and was responding to a knock on his door around midnight.
Ragan had only recently returned to street duty. The five-year department veteran was placed on leave in May after being involved in a shooting in which a 19-year-old man died at a restaurant near Crenshaw Boulevard and 85th Street.
The spate of officer-involved shootings has prompted various calls for investigations of the department. Police Chief Jacqueline Seabrooks said last week officers vowed that a full probe of the Wicks shooting would be conducted.
"We will look at all of the facts, and should the facts prove that we need to do something differently, that we need to approach the situation differently, you have my absolute word that we will do exactly that," she said.
At its meeting Tuesday night, the Inglewood City Council is expected to discuss the shooting in closed session, then consider possibly asking the Los Angeles County Office of Independent Review to investigate the case.
"The leadership of the city is aware that federal and state elected officials have recommended separate investigations into the July 21st officer- involved shooting incident ...," said Timothy Wanamaker, Inglewood city administrator. "I expect to receive direction from the City Council tomorrow evening to engage OIR and commence an independent review to address public concerns regarding our city's law enforcement policies and bolster public confidence in the men and women of the Inglewood Police Department as they carry out our city's public safety program."
MAX, YOU CAN CAW LIKE A CROW GETTING ITS FOOD TAKEN AWAY, BUT QUIT WASTING THE MONEY STOLEN FROM US HARD WORKING PEOPLE! YOUR PARTY VOTED YOUR MOONBAT COLLEAGUE JERRY BROWN INTO THE STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE, SO MAKE HIM COME OUT OF HIS MOONBAT CAVE TO DO SOMETHING GOOD FIRST!