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Wednesday, June 15, 2005
If you didn't know...

Senator Dick Durbin has compared the American interrogation of a 9/11 conspirator to the evils of Hitler, Stalin and Pol Pot. Mohammed al-Qahtani is a Saudi who attempted unsuccessfully to enter the U.S. in order to participate in the September 11, 2001 hijacking of UAL Flight 93, which al-Qaeda tried to crash into either the White House or the U.S. Capitol. Al Qahtani was later captured by U.S. forces on the battlefield in Afghanistan.

What horrors did al-Qahtani endure in his Guantanomo Bay interrogation which have so outraged Senator Durbin? Air Conditioning so cold that it made al-Qahtani shiver. Air Conditioning turned off to make him sweat. Durbin summed up by claiming that if we didn’t know this information had come from an FBI Report about American interrogations of terrorists, we might have concluded that it was a description of Nazi Concentration Camps, the Soviet Gulag or Pol Pot’s Killing Fields.

Now, if we didn’t know these remarks had been made by a prominent U.S. Senator, we might have concluded that they were the words of a moral idiot.

Posted by larry_naselli at 11:06 AM CDT
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Thursday, June 9, 2005
Compromisers protected their disproportionate influence

The reason Judge Janice Rogers Brown received a confirmation vote in the U.S. Senate (after four years of waiting) is not because of the vaunted statesmanship of McCain, et al., but because the threatened "Nuclear Option" promised a crushing defeat for the Dems, who cagily retreated in order to fight another day, counting on the GOP to weaken and unravel in the meantime.

As for the seven Republican traitors, their motivation for compromise was not comity, collegiality, the traditions of the Senate, nor even saving the Republic; rather they undermined the President, the GOP Leadership, 40+ fellow Republican Senators, and millions of Republican voters, because they realized that if 51 votes can confirm an executive appointment, then nobody needs Republican "Moderates"? McCain and his fellow Nitwits were selfishly protecting their own disproportionate power and influence in the U.S. Senate.

Posted by larry_naselli at 11:13 AM CDT
Updated: Thursday, June 16, 2005 6:55 AM CDT
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Wednesday, May 25, 2005
GITMO and Gulag

The bad news is that Amnesty International has criticized the American Terrorist Detention Center at Guantanomo Bay Cuba as “the Gulag of our time.” The good news is that Amnesty International has finally noticed The Gulag.

Posted by larry_naselli at 2:11 PM CDT
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Monday, May 23, 2005
Nuclear Prediction

My prediction on the “nuclear showdown” in the Senate is that the Dems will not be able to line up enough Republican traitors to defeat the Cloture Rule Clarification (although those whom they have enlisted to betray the GOP should -- but probably won’t -- have their names recorded on RNC, NRSC and Senate Leadership Excrement-Lists, which should result in the cutting off of Republican donor dollars, active recruitment of Primary opponents, committee re-assignments and revoked chairmanships); therefore the Democrats, recognizing an imminent and crippling defeat, will assume the passive-aggressive behavior, learned from such mentors as Lenin, Mao Tse Tung, Ho Chi Mihn, Breshnev and Bill Clinton, and cave -- or rather, execute a strategic retreat – with the purpose of wearing down the Republicans' resolve, and continuing to work on unraveling the Republicans' unity.

Whichever nominee is brought to the floor first, will not face a "filibuster," and therefore will be confirmed with 50-59 votes. Meanwhile, the Democrats will continue a war of attrition against Republican resolve, continuing with a well-coordinated PR campaign on tap as soon as the nuclear showdown is averted, complete with Mainstream Media tactical air-support.

In short a successful nuclear option would be a huge winner for the Republicans, and a huge loser for the Democrats. Therefore, the Democrats will fight and run away, so that they can live to fight another day, rather than lose decisively to the Nuclear Option. All the more reason that the GOP should have smacked down this filibuster nonsense on the day they organized the new Senate in January 2005. Nobody outside the beltway gives a rat’s rear-end about the venerable Senate Rules, but lot’s of people on both sides care intensely about judicial appointments, and as six election cycles have demonstrated, there are more of us than there are of them.


Posted by larry_naselli at 6:09 PM CDT
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If this is comity and collegiality . . .

Timorous Republican Senators, like Hagel, McCain, Voinovich and Specter, fret that using the elected Republican Majority forcefully, to confirm Executive appointments, will disturb the “comity” and “collegiality” of the Senate. The first flaw in this line of thinking is that these Senators are suffering from the delusion that the voters sent them to Washington so that they could enjoy a pleasant working environment. It is remarkable how quickly, upon arrival at The Capitol, these Senators forget the substance of their job interview. In fact, not a single Republican Senator campaigned on the promise that, if elected, he would avoid upsetting the Democrats.

Exposing the second flaw requires me to engage in the bad manners of noticing that The Emperor has no clothes, so at the risk of being impolite I have to ask, what comity? What collegiality? If harmonious relations among members of the Senate means that every nominee who shares the President’s Conservative philosophy will be subjected to character assassination by Liberal Democrats, then why should Republicans desire to maintain such “harmony,” even if Democrats couch their slanders in “my esteemed colleague,” and “this honorable body”? If the Democrats’ abusive treatment of President Bush’s nominees defines “comity” and “collegiality” in the Senate, then I shudder to think what rancor and backstabbing would look like.

It is long past time for Republicans to use the majority that the voters have affirmed in six consecutive elections to confirm the Presidnet’s appointments. Whatever temper tantrum the Democrats throw in response will still be swaddled in “my esteemed colleague from the great State of ________,” so the members of “the greatest deliberative body in the World” can still have their precious show of comity and collegiality, with the refreshing difference that the will of the majority will be allowed to prevail.

Posted by larry_naselli at 8:29 AM CDT
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Monday, May 16, 2005
Wither the Protestors?

I must have missed the MoveOn.org protestors, bearing signs reading, "NEWSWEEK LIED, PEOPLE DIED," and demanding the resignations of reporter Michael Isakoff and all the Editors of Newsweek.

Posted by larry_naselli at 6:30 PM CDT
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Tuesday, May 10, 2005
Breshnev Doctrine
What the Democrat temper tantrums and filibusters over every Bush legislative proposal and nominee demonstrates, is that Liberals have adopted their own version of the Breshnev Doctrine: i.e. once a policy becomes Liberal, it can never go back.

Republicans could take a lesson from Ronald Reagan on the strategy that will succeed against that doctrine, namely "we win, they lose."

Posted by larry_naselli at 5:16 AM CDT
Updated: Tuesday, May 10, 2005 5:18 AM CDT
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Tuesday, May 3, 2005
D stands for Democrat . . . and Disenfranchisors

What a long way we've come from the election of 2000, when leading Democrats (including Hillary Rodham Clinton Rodham Clinton) were calling for the abolition of the Electoral College, because Al Gore, having won a majority of popular votes, lost the "archaic" and "outmoded" Electoral vote. The venerable Constitutional institution of the Electoral College was to be swept away unlamented, because it had the effect of "disenfranchising" the majority.

Fast forward to 2005: a minority of 41 Senators has been preventing the United States Senate from holding an up-or-down vote on the President's appointments to the Federal Courts, by means of a Senate Rule that has existed in its present form for less time than I've been alive. The minority is doing so with the full awareness that, if put to a vote, every one of these nominees would be confirmed by the majority.

Republicans have proposed changing (or clarifying) the Cloture Rule which the minority has employed to thwart majority rule, and Democrats -- appealing to a rationale that can only be described as reactionary -- are clinging to the great and inviolable tradition of a Senate Rule... a Rule which the Senate has repeatedly changed -- just as it is Constitutionally authorized to do.

What a difference in attitude, compared with the horror Democrats expressed at the putative frustration of majority rule in the 2000 Presidential Election. What a new found reverence for the sacred institutions of the Past, compared with Democrats' readiness to discard the two-plus centuries-old Electoral College.

Since the 2000 Election, Democrat Politicians, Activists and Opinion-makers have made the word "Disenfranchised" as much a staple of their vocabulary as "like," "um" and "you know" are of the MTV Generation's. Yet, when the Democrat minority prevents the People's elected representatives from casting a vote on the confirmation of judges appointed by the People's elected President, Democrats don't even blush as they trumpet the glories of minorities thwarting majorities. But, it's really, like, um, you know, Disenfranchisement.

Posted by larry_naselli at 8:08 AM CDT
Updated: Thursday, May 5, 2005 5:55 PM CDT
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Tuesday, April 19, 2005
Ratzinger chosen as Pope, relativists and apostates hardest hit.

Posted by larry_naselli at 12:01 AM CDT
Updated: Wednesday, April 20, 2005 12:22 PM CDT
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Friday, April 15, 2005
Dissent, then and now

Dissent is Patriotic (we’ve been told in screeching tones),
when government behaves amiss, it’s duty that we owe.
Except, that is, if we reproach a Judge who’s crossed the line,
dissent is then incitement, if not blasphemy and crime.




Copyright 2005 by Larry Naselli

Posted by larry_naselli at 5:33 PM CDT
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Monday, April 4, 2005
Since I can't draw . . .

. . . Picture This:

A straggle of pathetic, half-naked Africans: women, children and grandparents. Some children with the telltale bloated bellies of advanced starvation, all of them with huge Precious Moments brown eyes, and flies on their faces. In the foreground, a water buffalo skull lies in the dirt, bleached by the searing rays of the equatorial Sun.

The caption reads: ?For only eighty-seven cents a day ? less than the price of a cup of coffee ? you can provide twenty-three starving families with stuffed Tabby Cats, so they can die with dignity.?




Posted by larry_naselli at 5:13 PM CDT
Updated: Thursday, April 7, 2005 9:47 AM CDT
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Friday, April 1, 2005
Tabby Cat Apologists

George J. Felos, the creepy attorney for Michael Schiavo, who kept a straight face while reciting Orwellian descriptions of how good starvation looked on Terri Schiavo, including the unlikely detail that Terri was looking peaceful and holding a stuffed tabby cat, has inspired me to coin a phrase.

I hereby propose the term "Tabby Cat Apologist" to describe those low-lifes who go about making excuses for evil.

Posted by larry_naselli at 10:14 AM CST
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Thursday, March 24, 2005
Kevorkian v. Jefferson

What does Congress have to do that is more important than the precise reason for which governments are instituted among men? Namely, to secure the God-given unalienable rights, which include life ? but do not include the right to kill your wife. The Terry Schiavo case is Kevorkian v. Jefferson, and the Courts have come down emphatically on the side of Kevorkian.

We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal, and they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed...

Posted by larry_naselli at 11:01 AM CST
Updated: Thursday, March 24, 2005 3:19 PM CST
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To be a Liberal...

To be a liberal, you must be able to simultaneously believe that every elected official in the State of Florida, and the U.S. Congress is acting purely out of self-interest, and Michael Schiavo is acting purely out of altruism.


Posted by larry_naselli at 10:26 AM CST
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No more tears for starving third-worldlings

Whenever I saw a TV Commercial for World Vision, Feed The Children, Compassion International, etc... ? you know the ones, with the little brown children with their Precious Moments eyes, flies on their face, and bellies bloated from starvation ? I would feel a pang of sorrow for these poor unfortunates; but, no more. This week I learned that starvation is a dignified AND pain-free way to die.

So, why can?t we just allow all those starving little third-worldlings to die? After all, what kind of quality of life do they have to look forward to? Why should we take such extreme, costly and inefficient measures to keep them alive?

I would like to hear the people so anxious to do away with Terri Schiavo provide a rational explanation for keeping these children alive, or for keeping anyone alive, when they become inconvenient to somebody.


Posted by larry_naselli at 10:10 AM CST
Updated: Thursday, March 24, 2005 10:19 AM CST
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Tuesday, March 22, 2005
Breakthrough for Humane Executions

Over the years, concerns, protests and lawsuits about the manner in which the death penalty is inflicted on convicted murderers has led most States to replace the electric chair with lethal injection, as a means of administering death humanely.

It now turns out that the fuss and expense of lethal injection is unneccessary.

What we have learned from the Terry Schiavo case is that we can humanely rid ourselves of condemned prisoners without killing them. Instead of killing convicted murderers, we will simply "allow them to die" by denying them food until they starve to death.

See how easy that is?

Posted by larry_naselli at 12:37 PM CST
Updated: Tuesday, March 22, 2005 12:40 PM CST
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Saturday, March 19, 2005
Bridge Building

What is one to make of the Democrats' reactionary -- almost idolatrous -- defense of the Social Security status quo? Perhaps today's Democrats are playing a variation on a Clinton theme; Harry and Nancy and Teddy and Howard are Building a Bridge to the Twentieth Century.

Posted by larry_naselli at 2:07 PM CST
Updated: Saturday, March 19, 2005 4:37 PM CST
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Friday, March 18, 2005
In the wrong place at the wrong time

How unfortunate for Terri Schiavo that she was not wounded on the battlefield, fighting against American Armed Forces. If she had been, the same people now clamouring for her death would be defending her rights to TLC and every creature comfort.

Posted by larry_naselli at 11:47 AM CST
Updated: Friday, March 18, 2005 12:09 PM CST
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Friday, March 11, 2005
Is Affirmative Action a victimless crime?

What information do you suppose the Associated Press (and most other MSM) is SUPPRESSING about the shooting of a judge and several other victims in Georgia?

If the Public has a “right to know” that guards at Abu Ghraib were mistreating prisoners, why doesn’t the Public have a right to know that the sheriff’s deputy who’s gun was taken was . . . a woman !!!

Of course, it is heretical to notice that a 100 LB girl is an easy mark for a monster like this Brian Nichols. Once upon a time, you had to be six feet tall and 200 LBS to get hired on most police forces. But, that was when we were less enlightened (and the bad guys were afraid of the cops). Oh well, if we’re going to make “social progress,” sacrifices must be made, eh?

Is Affirmative Action a victimless crime? Ask the families of the dead and wounded in and around that Courtroom. Perhaps I will organize a protest march with signs reading “Feminists Lied, People Died.”

Posted by larry_naselli at 5:06 PM CST
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Tuesday, March 8, 2005
Say The "R" Word

As a public service, LarryNaselli.com will be offering free language classes for Liberals. During weeks 1 through 7 of the course, we work with students to teach them to pronounce the following three-word sentence: "Bush was right."

Of course, remedial courses will be available for pupils who flunk lessons 1 through 7, and grief counseling will be available for those pupils who pass.

Posted by larry_naselli at 9:21 AM CST
Updated: Wednesday, March 9, 2005 8:52 AM CST
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