Thursday, September 29, 2005
We will do our best to try to obtain top-secret Democratic memos showing that they intended for these high gas prices all along. It is one reason why they stopped the building of new refiners; drilling for new oil; and other common sense efforts to explore for more oil. After all, the Democrats hate this country, and the best way to harm it is by raising the cost of energy, which effects every transaction on the marketplace. We wonder if Osama bin Ladin has sent a check to the Democratic Party recently.
Friday, September 16, 2005
We agree with the Democratic members that there needs to be some "sacrifice" in
But Democrats continue to hate America, so they would never support these sensible policies.
Wednesday, September 14, 2005
The Democrats believe that citizens in Alabama should not be able to write laws that left-wing latte drinkers in California and New York oppose. Such a position reflects the thinking of the englightened class of individuals who wish to rule by force rather than consent.
Tuesday, September 13, 2005
The House yesterday passed an anodyne resolution commemorating the fourth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. It extended sympathy to the victims and survivors; honored the military, first responders, and others who helped; thanked foreign leaders for their support; declared that America is not waging war "on any people or any faith"; reaffirmed a commitment to the global war on terrorism; and vowed "never [to] forget the sacrifices made" on 9/11 or to "bow to terrorist demands."
No one could disagree with that, right? Not quite. The House vote for the resolution was 402-6; here are the six far-left Democrats who voted "no":
- John Conyers (Mich.)
- Barbara Lee (Calif.)
- Jim McDermott (Wash.)
- Cynthia McKinney (Ga.)
- Pete Stark (Calif.)
- Lynn Woolsey (Calif.)
Wednesday, September 07, 2005
There is evidence everyday that the Democrats hate America and the institutions for which she was born.
Some people have chosen to see it differently. Robert Scheer, in the LA Times, wrote:
What the world has witnessed this past week is an image of poverty and social disarray that tears away the affluent mask of the United States.No Robert, what we saw was what happens when one part of the country depends upon the government for decades and decades. Let's hope the rest of the country sees that such a political experiment is far too risky.
Monday, September 05, 2005
President George W. Bush has done an incredible job of securing this nation and we are proud that he is the commander of chief. We believe that if John F. Kerry were president, he would not understand how to properly treat terrorism as an act of war rather than a common, garden-variety criminal act.
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