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Thursday, January 19, 2006
Another phrase you'll NEVER hear:

". . . the procedure that opponents call, 'domestic spying.'"

Posted by larry_naselli at 8:38 AM CST
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Thursday, January 5, 2006
Due Process is the reliable source of facts

The news that lobbyist Jack Abrahamoff has pled guilty to bribery charges and will testify for the Justice Department has sent tremors through Capitol Hill because a large number of Senators and Representatives from both political parties have accepted donations from Abrahamoff or his clients.

As the story unfolds, we should keep in mind that due process of law will provide Voters with a much more reliable account of who is at fault than sensationalist and partisan news media. Typically, as media enthusiasm for a scandal escalates the facts become less and less clear, so the Public should remember that merely accepting donations from lobbyists is not illegal or even unethical, and it would be unfair to ascribe blame to every member of Congress whose books list contributions from Abrahamoff. As for actual crimes committed, let the chips fall where they may, the Justice Department should prosecute everyone who has broken the law, irrespective of position or Party.

Posted by larry_naselli at 10:16 AM CST
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Wednesday, January 4, 2006
The Real Bubble

George Bush is in a Bubble, for he thinks the New York Times
does not reflect the viewpoint of the average “little guy,”
He doesn’t see that Brokaw, Katie Couric, and the rest
are highly qualified to tell Americans what’s best.

While riding in his limo or when jetting near and far
he never tunes his radio to holy NPR.
And though he’s been elected by majority, we’re told,
he hasn’t got the sense to lead by checking Gallup Polls!

And when Jack Murtha rings him up (the wisest man of all),
can you believe that upstart, Bush, won’t take the wise man’s call?
And if the Democrats demand withdrawal from Iraq,
Bush not only refuses, but he dares to answer back!

This idiotic cowboy, who can barely even speak,
should listen to his betters in the Liberal elites.
Instead he’s in a Bubble, cut off from the wider World
of New York, Brussels, Davos, Washington and Hollywood.


Copyright 2005 by Larry Naselli

Posted by larry_naselli at 10:05 AM CST
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It's Worse Than I Thought

When I saw TIME Magazine's choice of Bill & Melinda Gates (along with that great world-class statesman, Bono) as Persons of the Year, I foolishly assumed that Gates was selected for the unparalelled impact that his Microsoft Corporation has had on business efficiency and productivity, and indeed on all of our lives.

It turns out that TIME is even more shallow than I gave them credit for, since Mr. & Mrs. Gates were selected, not for the world-changing contributions of Microsoft, but for their trendy Africa-hopping goodwill mission.

TIME's Man of the Year may actually surpass the Nobel Prize as the world's pre-eminent elitist, "beautiful people" mutual admiration society -- priceless in its worthlessness.

Posted by larry_naselli at 9:52 AM CST
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Tuesday, January 3, 2006
Who's in a Bubble?

TIME Magazine Persons of the Year 2005: Bono, and Bill & Melinda Gates. One hardly knows where to begin assessing the pathology.

Bono? Oh yes, when the histories are written, mankind will no doubt remember the great movers and shakers: Alexander, Caesar, Galileo, Luther, Washington, Napoleon, Lincoln, Lenin, Churchill, Stalin, FDR, Reagan, Bono. OK, maybe I'm making the "pond" too big, but how small of mud puddle do we have to narrow this down to in order to make Bono a big fish?

Then there is Melinda Gates. It seems TIME has leaked another big secret (for once with no damage to our national security), Melinda is actually the brains of the Microsoft operation, the great unsung hero of the computing revolution. And all these years we thought it was Bill. So, what's he even doing on the magazine cover?

And the elitist media tells us that it's George W. Bush who is "in a bubble."

Posted by larry_naselli at 10:38 AM CST
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Thursday, December 29, 2005
King Kong is no monkey...

Peter Jackson's first big production since The Lord of the Rings is now in theaters, and it turns out that King Kong is not a monkey after all, it's a turkey! Jackson manages to squeeze a one-hour forty-one minute movie into three excruciating hours, a feat probably reserved to Directors riding a wave of success so formidable that nobody around them is willing to say, "the emperor has no clothes."

Throughout, the story lacks focus, as Jackson constantly spends way too much time on what doesn't matter, obsessing interminably on spectacular special effects (and make no mistake, the effects are amazing, it's just that most of them are extraneous to the plot), grotesque monster fights and elaborate tribal costume and makeup scenes. Even the fighter plane attack on Kong atop an ersatz Empire State Building outwears its welcome. From the outset, I kept waiting for the well-known heart of the story to unfold, and I kept waiting for the movie to get better . . . I waited for three tedious hours – it never did get better, and by the time Jackson found the plot I couldn’t have cared less.

Naomi Watts is a little charming as Anne Darrow, the sometimes-comical object of Kong’s savage affections, but it wears thin looking into her eyes looking into Kong’s eyes -– I felt like an optometrist. If Anne had – quite plausibly – crumpled up dead at some point during her protracted rough handling by native idolaters, dinosaurs or King Kong himself, I would have gasped for a moment, then shrugged, “oh well.” The truth is that I could never bring myself to care much about any of the characters, so it was no big deal when any of them was snuffed out; and when King Kong finally took his famous high-rise swan dive it was a relief to know that I could go home. A better idea is to just stay home. It’s not so bad that I wasted fiftenn dollars, but I can never recover those three wasted hours.


Posted by larry_naselli at 3:26 PM CST
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If Democrats are elected, more bridges...

Can the RNC get hold of the PR firm that produced the Democrat radio ads in 2000, stating that "if Republicans are elected more Black Churches will be burned," etc?

Whereas the Dems are against the Commander in Chief gathering military intelligence by surveilling phone calls between Al Qaeda operatives and people within the USA, and whereas that very surveillance led to the arrest and conviction of a terrorist plotting to blow up the Brooklyn Bridge, RNC could honestly run ads stating, "if Democrats are elected (ka-boom!) more bridges will be blown up."

Perhaps the TV version could employ CGI to show the Brooklyn Bridge collapsing into the river with cars and people plummeting (like so many Uruk Hai) into the depths, as the announcer intones, "Democrats don't want our intelligence agencies to listen in on phone calls to terrorists. Democrats would rather protect the privacy of terrorists than protect Americans. Democrats just can't be trusted with America's security."

Not only would the ad be fair, it would be loads of fun to hear the Left in full hysterical squeal mode: a condition they suffer whenever anyone hits the bullseye in exposing what Leftists believe.

Posted by larry_naselli at 2:06 PM CST
Updated: Thursday, December 29, 2005 3:41 PM CST
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Thursday, December 22, 2005
Times Shocked?

The NY Times is shocked . . . shocked! that the National Security Adminstration would listen in on international phone calls between Al-Qaeda terrorists and Americans. That would be the same New York Times that printed on the front page an illegally intercepted phone call between Newt Gingrich and John Boehner. Evidently, the NYT policy is that the political-hit-job-against-Republicans type is good eavesdropping and the prevent-terrorist-attacks type is bad eavesdropping.


Posted by larry_naselli at 5:24 AM CST
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Monday, December 19, 2005
Boland Amendment Redux?

Why are Democrats filibustering to prevent the U.S. Senate from voting on the Patriot Act? For five years the Democrat strategy has been to obstruct anything President Bush tries to do; but there may be something more sinister in this latest obstruction. Here is my theory:

Most Senate Democrats know perfectly well that the Patriot Act is not only necessary to homeland security, but that none of the abuses that critics worry about have occurred. So why would Democrats be willing to risk a terror attack against the U.S. by handcuffing our intelligence efforts? Because they don't believe that President Bush will risk a terror attack.

In the 1980's Democrats used the Budget process to prevent President Reagan from helping the Nicarauguan Contras against the Communist Sandanista government, and as a result the Iran-Contra scandal occurred, weakening the Reagan presidency. In fact, Democrats could almost taste a repeat of Watergate, and were flustered when Ollie North famously turned the tables on them.

So, what's Iran-Contra got to do with the Patriot Act? Just this: by letting the Patriot Act expire, Democrats are hoping to tempt Bush into carrying on the intel operations that were practiced under the authority of the Patriot Act, but which are now illegal. When Bush takes the bait -- so their fantasy goes -- the Democrats will finally have the noose with which to end the "illegitimate" Bush Presidency and sweep into power again, just like 1974.

The best part is that, if Bush continues the now-illegal Patriot Act activities, there will be no terror attack for the Dems to be blamed for, and once Democrats are restored to ruling Party status they can take whatever measures they deem necessary to protect the homeland. But, for Democrats it's first things first.


Posted by larry_naselli at 10:50 AM CST
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Friday, December 16, 2005
Tea Time

Two-hundred thirty-two years ago today American Patriots illustrated to the British Crown what they thought of being governed by laws that were not enacted by their own elected representatives. The Boston Tea Party was no act of anarchy, but a statement of principle. Free Men have the God-given right to be governed by officials whom they elect.

In the time since December 16, 1773 the appetite for Self-government seems to have waned somewhat in America, but the impulse to impose alien laws on the American People still burns bright among Liberal elites. Consider Supreme Court Justices Breyer, Kennedy and O’Connor citing foreign laws to invalidate the democratic acts of the Texas State Legislature and Executive. Consider Democrat stars Bill Clinton, Al Gore, John Kerry, etc… insisting that the United States abide by a Treaty that was rejected by our Constitutional institutions (i.e. the Senate voted 95-0 to reject the Kyoto Accords). Consider the insistence of American Leftists that the United States Congress should abdicate to the United Nations its sovereign authority to make war.

Americans today would do well to imbibe the spirit of liberty that motivated our forefathers to fill Boston Harbor with English tea two-plus centuries ago. Our heritage of freedom and self-government was dearly bought by the generation that fought The War for Independence, and has been maintained at a great cost of blood and treasure by succeeding generations of Americans. If we would honor the deeds of the Patriots of the Boston Tea Party we should never be docile when hard won freedoms are threatened by those who would impose alien rule on the People of this nation, whether Kings, Politicians or Courts.

Posted by larry_naselli at 11:28 AM CST
Updated: Friday, December 16, 2005 1:53 PM CST
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Thursday, December 15, 2005
Man of the Year

strong>My pick for 2005 Man of the Year: The Purple-fingered Iraqi Voter.


Three times in 2005 Iraqis proved the elitist snobs wrong, those who said that Arabs and Muslims just don't want or can't handle democracy. Iraqi voters braved terrorist threats to cast their ballots for an interim government, a federal constitution and the first democratically elected full-fledged government in their nation's long history.

Thanks to their fortitude, the military might of the United States and its Coalition allies, and the resolve and vision of President George W. Bush, Iraqis now have a better, more free life than they ever have, and a better, more free life than the People of any other Arab country.

The Iraqi voters deserve Man of the Year, hands down...or should I say Fingers Up?

Posted by larry_naselli at 12:01 AM CST
Updated: Friday, December 16, 2005 3:16 PM CST
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Wednesday, December 14, 2005
Wrong Side of History?

Can you remember when Jimmy Carter declared the United States of America to have been "on the wrong side of history"? In order to get us on the "right" side of history Carter used the existence of human rights abuses by authoritarian allies of America as the rationale to take sides with (or at least keep out of the way of) "indigenous popular revolutionary movements."

The fruit of the Carter Doctrine included Marxist regimes in Angola, Uganda, Mozambique, Rhodesia/Zmibabwe and Nicaragua, as well as Marxist revolutionary movements in El Salvador, Ecuador, Costa Rica, South Africa, the Philippines, and most notoriously of all an Islamo-Facist Iran, whose violations of human rights surpass anything else the modern Middle-East had to offer in scale and kind, and which became the number one sugar-daddy of anti-American Islamist terrorism.

Well, the "historical dialectic" (actually the awesome might of the U.S. military and a Commander in Chief with vision and determination) has brought us to a place where the People of Iraq are asserting their human right to national self-determination against the terroist tyrants of Islamism, who would doom them to theocracy, and with whom does the Party of Jimmy Carter take sides?





Posted by larry_naselli at 11:51 AM CST
Updated: Friday, December 16, 2005 3:21 PM CST
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Tuesday, December 13, 2005
Good Dissent and Bad Dissent

Remember the good old days (i.e. 2004) when Democrats chided us that "dissent is patriotic"? That would have been before Joe Lieberman dissented from the Democrat Party Line.

Posted by larry_naselli at 9:30 AM CST
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Ask Yourself One Question

Are the leaders of the Democrat Party (e.g. Howard Dean, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, John Kerry) rooting for a successful election in Iraq this week?

Posted by larry_naselli at 9:25 AM CST
Updated: Tuesday, December 13, 2005 9:28 AM CST
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Defining Torture Down

Torture ain’t what it used to be. The media now routinely refers to anything from guards roughing up prisoners to holding terrorists in secret prisons as “torture.”

This re-definition has gone so far that it is now actually easier for an American to be accused of torture than to be accused of racism!



Posted by larry_naselli at 8:44 AM CST
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Friday, December 9, 2005
Now Showing

I'm taking my wife to see "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" tonight; but she initially did not want to go, because she wasn't interested in a political documentary about Bill and Hillary's White House scandal-control operation. She thought I said the movie title was "The Liar, The Witch and The War Room."

Posted by larry_naselli at 5:13 PM CST
Updated: Tuesday, December 13, 2005 9:22 AM CST
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Coverage imbalance

The lamentable death of a young boy aboard a Southwest Airlines plane that slid off the runway at Chicago's Midway Airport yesterday has, in just 24 hours, already received more minutes of big media news coverage than the United Nations Oil-for-Food scandal.

Posted by larry_naselli at 4:40 PM CST
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Thursday, December 8, 2005
Who says Liberals are anti-Christmas

The DCCC's mission is to elect more Democrats to Congress -- and House Minority Leader, Nancy Pelosi, (Defeatist, CA) is telling Americans that there is no better gift this holiday season than making a contribution toward throwing the Republicans right out of Congress.

Posted by larry_naselli at 10:01 AM CST
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Wednesday, December 7, 2005


I tuned in mid-way through John Kerry's complaint about young Americans breaking into homes and terrorizing children, and I initially assumed that Kerry was criticizing Bill Clinton and Janet Reno for the stormtrooper abduction of asylum seeker, Elian Gonzalez.

Alas, Kerry had simply reverted to form, and was demonizing American troops hunting terrorists in Iraq. The leopard cannot change his spots.

Posted by larry_naselli at 11:27 AM CST
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Wednesday, November 30, 2005
War on Terror Question

Which part of WAR don't Democrats understand?

Posted by larry_naselli at 10:03 AM CST
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