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Wednesday, December 13, 2006
Shocked. . . shocked!
Why would anyone be shocked to learn that the Liberal Democrat incoming Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee doesn't know a Sunni from a Shiite from a Martian? The Left doesn't know the difference between Foreign and Domestic Wiretaps, between Jihadi Terrorists and The Founding Fathers, or between Gitmo and the Gulag.

Posted by larry_naselli at 9:35 AM CST
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Monday, December 11, 2006
Two Fronts

Somebody recently told me that President Bush's decision to invade Iraq while we were still fighting in Afghanistan was stupid and doomed to failure, because anybody knows that it is impossible to win a war on two fronts.

That probably explains why the U.S. lost World War II.

But, I do think the two-front proposition has some validity. From the outset President Bush has underestimated the difficulty of America simultaneously withstanding the hateful attacks of both Islamic Jihadists on one front and the Leftist American Media and the Democrat Party on another.


Posted by larry_naselli at 1:58 PM CST
Updated: Tuesday, December 12, 2006 2:38 PM CST
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Friday, December 8, 2006
Obama Invincibility Gains Credibility

Adding to the perception that freshman U.S. Senator, Barak Obama, would be an invincible Presidential Candidate, Obama yesterday survived eating lunch with Hillary Clinton.

Sources close to the event, hosted at his Massachusetts residence by Moderate Democrat, Edward R. Kennedy, told reporters that the conversation between Senator Clinton and Senator Obama was polite, if strained, and that Obama, who seemed uncharacteristically nervous, picked at his food, dropped his fork and his napkin several times and raised eyebrows by inexplicably directing Ms. Clinton's attention to a window several times during the meal.

According to an Obama Staffer, who spoke on condition of anonymity, during the course of the meal Senator Clinton repeatedly asked Senator Obama how he was feeling.  The Staffer said that Obama answered each time that he felt just fine, and that Senator Clinton seemed to supress a growing irritation with each inquiry.

In an unrelated incident, members of Senator Kennedy's household staff reported that following the luncheon they were saddened to find a Kennedy family pet, a Black Lab, lying dead on the floor, as well as a wilted potted plant, both near Obama's place at the table.


Posted by larry_naselli at 10:51 AM CST
Updated: Friday, December 8, 2006 10:59 AM CST
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Thursday, November 30, 2006
Of Stem-Cells and Star Wars
Liberals oppose Strategic Missile Defense as a useless waste of the taxpayers’ money because some of the R&D has produced successful results and some has not; on the other hand, they consider embroyonic stem cell research indispensable and a great investment of the taxpayers’ money, even though all the R&D has failed to produce a single successful result. Why is that?

Posted by larry_naselli at 1:11 PM CST
Updated: Tuesday, December 5, 2006 2:06 PM CST
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Wednesday, November 22, 2006
Obama Campaign Theme

Giving a worse name to Affirmative Action, freshman U.S. Senator, Barak Obama, has been basking in a wholly unearned national spotlight, which will in time reveal to the nation what observant Illinois voters have known for years. Namely, that Obama is a thoroughly conventional Leftist Democrat, substantively distinguished from Teddy Kennedy only in that the former can pronounce the latter's name.

In order to mount the heights of his political ambitions, Obama will need a pithy campaign theme that captures the essence of the man and his message. Here's my suggestion: Barak Obama: Fresh Face, Stale Ideas.


Posted by larry_naselli at 9:53 AM CST
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Tuesday, November 21, 2006
The Real Thing

At least Michael Richards (the Seinfeld character, Kramer) didn't use any truly offensive words, like Macaca.


Posted by larry_naselli at 9:54 AM CST
Updated: Tuesday, November 21, 2006 11:42 AM CST
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Thursday, November 16, 2006
And speaking of not getting their message out...
NPR reported that General John Abizaid, Commander of U.S. Military Forces on the ground in Iraq, told the Senate Armed Services Committee he is optimistic that the U.S. can succeed in Iraq . . . what, doesn't he watch the News?

Posted by larry_naselli at 10:21 AM CST
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Wednesday, November 15, 2006
The Democrat Response

Asked about Iran’s announcement that it will soon successfully complete the nuclear fuel production cycle, U.S. House of Representatives Speaker-to-be Nancy Pelosi warned that Democrats would respond forcefully and decisively to this provocation by introducing legislation to increase the Minimum Wage.


Posted by larry_naselli at 8:57 AM CST
Updated: Wednesday, November 15, 2006 9:56 AM CST
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Help is on the way!

In a clear rebuke to CNN, Al-Jazeera has announced that it will begin English language broadcasts. Despite their best efforts, CNN was simply not getting the job done.


Posted by larry_naselli at 8:55 AM CST
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Friday, November 10, 2006
Missing Part 3
What was missing from the election night coverage/analysis? The Al-Quaeda viewpoint. Why didn't the Networks give us an Al-Quaeda spokesman to offer blow-by-blow the OBL perspective on the election?

Posted by larry_naselli at 11:13 AM CST
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Christmas Story
Remember a few Christmases ago when Hillary Clinton made the curious observation that Mary was a Homeless, Un-Wed Mother? What Hillary didn't discuss was the good old "Root Causes." While analysis of the cause of Mary's pregnancy divides along theological lines, the cause of her supposed homelessness is unequivical: TAXES.

Posted by larry_naselli at 9:50 AM CST
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The People Show Their Support

In x States, Tuesday, Americans voted to protect Marriage by affirming the traditional definition of one-man-one-woman. This is routinely reported as a "Banning Gary Marriage," even though the measures ban nothing.

But, perhaps I can explain what's going on in terms Liberals understand: Most Americans support Gays. We just don't support their Mission.


Posted by larry_naselli at 9:38 AM CST
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Missing Part 2

Cancel the Amber Alert and breathe a sigh of relief. Nancy Pelosi has been found safe and unharmed.

Pelosi, the probable Speaker of the House, appeared healthy and exhuberant when she turned up November 8th after being missing for more than a month, just at the time voters across the country were being asked to install a Democrat majority in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Party officials have so far declined to either confirm or deny reports that Pelosi had been held in protective custody in the attic of Rahm Emmanuel's Chicago Residence.


Posted by larry_naselli at 9:26 AM CST
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Missing Part 1

What are some of the post-election phrases, familiar following past Republican victories, that are strangely absent from the media/democrat lexicon this week?

Don’t gloat

Not a mandate

Seized control

Disenfranchised

Surly Voters

One-party-rule 

Power sharing 


Posted by larry_naselli at 9:15 AM CST
Updated: Friday, November 10, 2006 11:40 AM CST
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Thursday, November 9, 2006
end of an era

Tuesday's election marked the end of an era -- oh, I don't mean the end of the 1994 Republican Revolution. That ended (at the very latest) when the GOP House ran scared from Social Security Personal Accounts in 2005-- I'm referring to the era of the Democrat Party as one-big-happy-family.

The election of Democrat majorities in the House and probably the Senate spells the beginning of Democrat infighting for power. And the same people who are willing to lose a war in order to get power will not flinch at stabbing a few fellow Democrat backs for the same purpose.


Posted by larry_naselli at 1:41 PM CST
Updated: Thursday, November 9, 2006 1:59 PM CST
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Wednesday, November 8, 2006
We sure showed 'em, huh?

Most of the story of yesterday's election is catastrophic. For one thing, the result shows that a Party can win by running on nothing! Not that the Dems don't have an agenda, but for the most part, they just didn't campaign on it. For a second thing, it may confirm (depending on how the turnout statistics turn out) that Christian "values voters" and Conservatives are childish about politics, treating elections as if they were about perfection, rather than about who is better. If sluggish GOP turnout handed majorities in the House or Senate or both to the Democrats, the Conservatives and Values Voters who stayed home are not going to happy with what they have wrought.  

Some on the Right wanted to "teach Republicans a lesson," but the lesson learned will be "move to the Left." Conservatives and Christians will discover that it was much better and easier to get things done incrementally from within the majority party than to be on the outside with your nose pressed against the glass, or to be disengaged and aloof from the muck of politics. Unfortunately, there is no such thing as staying aloof, because the Party of Big Government will assure that we are not just left alone.

Do Republican office holders deserve blame for big spending and inertia on immigration? Sure, but what we will get instead from Liberal Democrats, fiscal discipline and secure borders?

In the House of Representatives, no action will result in huge tax increases, interference with the commander in chief and a possible Vietnam 1974-style cut off of funding could result in the permanent destruction of American credibility in war. The Dems also have the votes to enact legislation raising costs to businesses through minimum wage hikes, tax increases, and increases in regulation, which can kill economic growth, and the House is likely to pass the McCain-Kennedy Comprehensive Immigration Reform Bill that passed the Senate, and the President was ready to sign had it passed the House this year, giving a path to citizenship to millions of illegal immigrants and the shaft to millions of legal immigrants.

In the Senate, say goodbye to any more conservative judicial nominees, and expect any conservative cabinet appointments (the last two years of a presidency typically has many resignations simply due to burn out) to be rejected by the Senate.

Well, there was a silver lining, in our IL 6th CD Pete Roskam, a good state legislator, a good man and a committed Christian, won the open seat (vacated by retiring Henry Hyde) against a pathetic Democrat challenger, Tammy Duckworth.

I say pathetic because when Duckworth returned from an Army tour in Iraq, having lost both legs in a helicopter crash, she was gung-ho for the war in Iraq; as a guest on local WLS Talk Radio, she expressed support for and confidence in our mission; but evidently some Democrat operatives "got to her," and turned her against the war and the sacrifices she and others have made to keep America safe. It's the kind of activity that makes ambulance chasing look noble by comparison. Duckworth was recruited by the national Democrat Party to run for this open seat, and they elbowed aside the local Democrat organization, pouring big-time dollars into the Primary to put this out-of-the-district candidate on the ballot, because she provided an ideal profile of the victim-of-Bush's-illegal-war-for-oil.

Fortunately, DuPage County voters are not quite stupid enough to fall for that routine. As for voters in the rest of the Country? I look forward to 2008, taking solace in the confidence that you can't fool all of the people all of the time.


Posted by larry_naselli at 9:12 AM CST
Updated: Wednesday, November 8, 2006 4:28 PM CST
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Saturday, November 4, 2006
Election-eve Masquerade

Did you happen to receive a direct mail piece from American Family Voices this past weekend? AFV is a Liberal 501C3, founded by a former Clinton aide and former Political Director of People for the American Way, Michael Lux, and funded by the government employees labor union, AFSCME, and other “Progressive” donors. The weekend-before-the-election mailpiece is dressed up as an Evangelical Christian Organization Special Edition Newsletter, and assumes the perspective of “Values Voters,” betrayed by corrupt Republicans, complete with what appears at first glance to be an anti-Republican quote from James Dobson, but on closer examination the quote marks appear only around AFV’s citation, not around the words attributed to Dr. Dobson.

Of course, it was not difficult to smell a DemocRAT (a little subliminal message for you there J) when American Family Voices listed their gripes at Conservatives: taking contributions from Big Oil, cutting taxes for The Rich, laying waste to the Envirnonment, and going to war to enrich Halliburton. If you think they couldn’t top that list for tone deafness to the concerns of Evangelicals you’re wrong. AFV provides what would make a great parody of what Secularist Liberals THINK Christians are like, with their railing on Mark Foley. After all, you know how stunned all of us hayseed Bible-thumpers are that there are actually homosexuals in the GOP’s Big-Tent; and you know how we would like to burn homosexuals at the stake -- and here is our chance, by voting out the Republicans and voting in...Nancy Pelosi?

But wait, that’s not all…Somehow this supposed Evangelical Organization failed to mention issues that Evangelicals actually care about, such as abortion, same-sex marriage, immorality in pop-culture, parental rights, assaults on innocence in the public schools, assisted suicide, human cloning, destruction of human embryos for stem-cell research, oppressive taxation, free exercise of religion, etc… 

This begs the questions, 1) how dumb does the Secularist Democrat Left think Christians are? and 2) what kind of political movement feels the need to enhance its electoral prospects by masquerading as the opposition?


Posted by larry_naselli at 12:01 AM CST
Updated: Tuesday, November 7, 2006 9:02 AM CST
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Thursday, November 2, 2006
What's the difference?

What is the difference between a “botched joke” and a “racist slur”? That’s easy, when a Republican, like Virginia Senator George Allen puts his foot in his mouth with an incomprehensible epithet like “Macaca,” that is an unforgiveable racial slur, worthy of weeks of media scrutiny. On the other hand, it’s merely a “botched joke” when a serial military-loather like Democrat John Kerry insults the men and women of America’s Armed Forces, implying that they serve in our military only because sloth deprived them of adequate education, leaving them with no other options.

Kerry’s real problem is a botched belief about America’s Armed Services, an elitist condescension that casts our heroic volunteer warriors as hapless, helpless victims. Unfortunately, John Kerry’s botched viewpoint is now mainstream in the once-great Democrat Party.

Posted by larry_naselli at 9:50 AM CST
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Wednesday, October 25, 2006
Obama-gasms

 

Is Barak Obama’s sudden and unmerited rise to prominence / Democrat Savior without precedent? Well, 2004 Flash-in-the-pan, John Edwards, leaps to mind; but for a more analagous PR-blitz we should think back to the year 1979, and an obscure cleric living in Paris. The Ayatollah Khomeni entered the American consciousness from out of nowhere, and the media/academic people glamorizing him knew next to nothing about the man, yet they employed the usual full-court press to sell Americans (and the world) on embracing Khomeni as the populist savior of Iran.Our junior U.S. Senator is no Khomeni, of course, but Democrats are panting over him because he offers the key ingredient which has been present every time Democrats have won the Presidency in the past 30+ years: i.e. voters are deceived about what he stands for. But, can Obama keep a lid on the “L” word for two whole years of national attention? He, the DNC and the Leftmedia will surely try.


Posted by larry_naselli at 12:10 PM CDT
Updated: Wednesday, October 25, 2006 12:11 PM CDT
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Wednesday, October 4, 2006
Time to go on offense?

 

Perhaps the GOP needs to force the Democrats to put-up or shut-up on the Foley scandal, as they did when "Old Cut-and-Run" Murtha demanded a U.S. withdrawal from Iraq. The House Leadership should propose a Sense-of-the-House Resolution calling for Profiling of Homosexual and suspected Homosexual House Members, in order to protect The Children from sexual predators. Let's see if the Democrats are serious about rooting out the pederasts in the House.


Posted by larry_naselli at 4:02 PM CDT
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