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15th June 2006

walkdawalk7:27pm: Today's Senate Vote...

WASHINGTON - Congress plunged into divisive election-year debate on the Iraq war Thursday as the U.S. military death toll reached 2,500. The Senate soundly rejected a call to withdraw combat troops by year's end, and House Republicans laid the groundwork for their own vote.

In a move Democrats criticized as gamesmanship, Senate Republicans brought up the withdrawal measure and quickly dispatched it — for now — on a 93-6 vote.

Hmm, I wonder when we all of a sudden got 93 Republicans into the Senate. Gotta love the liberal media.

31st August 2005

agnusdei5:18pm: I've been hearing people say, either to me or on the news, that it is Bush's fault for the gas prices over the years that he has been president. Correct me if I'm wrong, but the president has no control over the gas prices! It's called the "Saudi dominated OPEC". The Saudis know they have us won over by the barrel and if they want to jack the price up then they will. I'm getting so sick of hearing about how this is Bush's fault...and of course now that Hurricane Katrina took out some of our oil supply our gas prices will rise significantly...and I'm sure more and more people will assume all of this is Bush's fault. This is heinous to me. it's mostly Democrats that are saying this anyway...which automatically leads me to believe it is a lie anyway haha. Your thoughts? Maybe I'm wrong about the whole thing.

6th June 2005

graceful_boo7:07pm: I've been interested in the issues surrounding the bill that passed recently that involves the idea of a National ID card.....what are your thoughts on this?

Here's an article that I just read about it: http://www.pcworld.com/news/article/0,aid,121077,00.asp

I'm not quite sure where I stand yet. I have not yet seen a ligitimate reason to be all "Oh no, Big Brother..blah blah blah..." and I do see some good coming out of it (harder for terrorists and illegal immigrants to roam free in the country). But I haven't made a solid opionion up of it because I don't know enough about the issue. So leave comments. Let me know what you think uncensored. (You should know what lines not to cross with me ::coughabortionetccough:: so I'm not worried about your thoughts here).

14th April 2005

stupify_me4:35pm: We here at bush_cheney_04 are proud to announce the opening of our newest community the_right_ideal, which is a joint project between stupify_me and babyox4420. This community had been planned to open on November 11, 2004 but due to delays, and wanting to get things done right, we held off.

In this community, you will be able to express your opinions on the republican party, the democratic party, anyone in government, and we want you to use your own thoughts on what you would do. You don't have to agree or disagree with what we think. This is a forum to really express yourself. By expressing yourself in this community we dont mean a 2 line entry. Also we don't mean just copying and posting from the websites out there for an entry. Definitely use your thought process to explain what you think and feel free to go in depth. That is what we would like to see from you.

Now, the community for the opening stages unlike bush_cheney_04 will be unmoderated membership. We would like you to check it out and definitely feel free to create some good entries. Let us know what you think as this community will evolve by what you think.

Anyways, now that the_right_ideal is open, feel free to post away.

**If you are a democrat, please keep in mind that we are mostly republican, so we will have the republican view on many issues. I ask everyone to respect each other and their viewpoints. If there are problems with members, we reserve the right to ban or restrict membership.

31st December 2004


25th November 2004

laurennh1:37pm: Name: Lauren

Age: 16

Why are you a republican?: Pro-life, I believe the government shouldn't be involved in everything we do, lowering taxes, you know the typical things

Do you have any problems being a republican surrounded by democrats?: All the time.

Political Persuasion (liberal, moderate, conservative, libertarian, Christian Conservatives): Conservative

How do you feel about the war on terrorism?: I think it should be stoped at all costs, along with Communists

Who's your favorite president?: Reagan and both Bush's

Where are you from? (if you don't mind): Origanly Louisiana, now I am in Washington

What political issue is most important to you?: Abortion

What, if anything, would you do differently from George W. Bush if you were president?: I would have closed and controlled borders. Therefor we will know who is coming in and out of our country

9th November 2004

stupify_me10:08pm: He said it well I think this descibes a few of us in here pretty well.

"I am a Conservative who does not own a "can't we all just get along" peace pipe, ready to be exchanged when genuine peace does not yet exist. And if peace means recognizing and tolerating untruths as if they are truths, in my backyard there never will be a pipe passed around. All of you who come here to hear me out, do what you will. I will keep my fists clenched, my handshake meaningful, my word honorable, my warrior foke on, and my Conservative principles not for sale."


3rd November 2004

stupify_me9:47am: God Bless The USA
By Lee Greenwood
If tomorrow all the things were gone
I'd worked for all my life
And I had to start again
With just my children and my wife
I'd thank my lucky stars
To be living here today
Cause the flag still stands for freedom
And they can't take that away
And I'm proud to be an American
Where at least I know I'm free
But I won't forget the men who died
Who gave that right to me
And I gladly stand up
Next to you
And defend her still today
Cause there ain't no doubt
I love this land
God Bless the U.S.A.
From the lakes of Minnesota
To the hills of Tennessee
Across the plains of Texas
From sea to shining sea
From Detroit down to Houston
And New York to L.A.
There's pride in every American heart
And it's time we stand and say
And I'm proud to be an American
Where at least I know I'm free
And I won't forget the men who died
Who gave that right to me
And I gladly stand up
Next to you
And defend her still today
Cause there ain't no doubt
I love this land
God Bless the U.S.A.
And I'm proud to be an American
Where at least I know I'm free
And I won't forget the men who died
Who gave that right to me
And I gladly stand up
Next to you
And defend her still today
Cause there ain't no doubt
I love this land
God Bless the U.S.A.

1st November 2004

farrightknight2:07pm: A Letter to America from 9/11 Families
Three years ago, on the day that began as a beautiful September morning, 19 men and their sponsors carried out a brutal and devastating attack on our country, leaving 3,000 innocent men, women and children dead, including our loved ones. In those first agonizing hours, and for weeks and months afterward as we searched for word of their fate, we were aware that the shock and horror of that day was not ours alone. With a gratitude we could not yet express, we felt the strong and steady embrace of our fellow Americans. The words, “Never forget,” defiantly written in dust or humbly penned on makeshift memorials, were also permanently etched in our hearts. We will never forget your strength, your courage and your endless generosity.
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28th October 2004

farrightknight2:25pm: Pictures of our troops and the people and children of Iraq. The positive happy pictures the news will never show to us. Click on the link and go to the bottom of the page to view these images. http://www.pbase.com/kburch/the_picture_from_iraq_you_wont_see_in_the_news

27th October 2004

farrightknight10:02pm: In the news
A Man Of Conviction
- Wall Street Journal
A week ago John Kerry climbed into this year`s equivalent of Michael Dukakis`s tank--a crisply pressed, fully tailored haute couture hunting suit, capped by an Armani-looking chapeau. The visual impact was Boston-effete and no doubt the last straw for every bluejeaned, layered-jacketed and baseball-capped hunter the Kerry campaign sought to persuade.
Why Bush will win

A Liberal In Conservative Clothing
- Cavalier Daily
Over the past few weeks, we`ve seen the evolution of Kerry progress to yet another human life form: a conservative. Kerry`s steady swing to the right is an ill-fated attempt to somehow capture the dwindling number of undecided voters, because he is discovering that the fly-over zone known as Middle America between the elite East Coast and uber-liberal Hollywood doesn`t exactly correlate with his left-wing ideas.
Read more here.

Enter The Wolf
- New York Post
"Kerry & Co. denounce Bush for running a campaign of fear. But we could have used a bit more fear when Bill Clinton failed to prepare us for the threat of terror," writes Dick Morris.

Campaign Out-Takes On Kerry as Vietnam Hero and Siren of Defeatism, Etc.
- Richmond Times-Dispatch
Now with their fear-mongering, the Johns Kerry and Edwards exude a sense of rising desperation. Herewith, comments direct or implied on other outrages from the Kerry campaign . . . .
Read more here

Nader Blasts Democratic "Assaults & Dirty Tricks"
- Buffalo News
"The Democratic Party, led by Chairman Terry McAuliffe and condoned fully by Sen. John F. Kerry, has launched an epidemic of dirty tricks to keep us off the ballot," Ralph Nader says. "I consider that a constitutional crime."
Read more here

Don`t Be Fooled By Phony Hunters Among Democrats
- In-Forum
“The Democratic Party lives by polls,” writes Gary Johnson. “The new campaign "conversion of heart" was suggested by Democratic pollster Mark Penn. "The formula for Democrats is to say that they support the Second Amendment, but they want tough laws that close loopholes. This is something we can run on and win on. This advice has rippled through the entire Democratic Party. It is evidenced in the presidential campaign of Sen. John Kerry and that of first time contenders for state offices as well. It is important to note that they have only changed the cosmetics and rhetoric of their campaigns. The agenda of assault on the Second Amendment has not changed.”
Read more here

How Jews Should Vote?
- Jewish World Review
"As a leader in the American Jewish community for some 30 years, I have never asked fellow Jews to vote for a presidential candidate," writes Dennis Prager. "I have always believed that Jews have had Jewish reasons to vote for candidates from both parties. Not this election. There are overwhelmingly powerful Jewish reasons to vote for President Bush and equally powerful Jewish reasons not to vote for John Kerry."
Read more here

22nd October 2004



Notice that the flag is upside down. The picture above is the ORIGINAL cover of John Kerry's book THE NEW SOLDIER. John Kerry's friends, the so called Vietnam Veterans Against The War were mocking this scene photographed during the Second World War. 6,825 American boys died in the battle to take Iwo Jima before they planted that flag.

JOHN KERRY wrote the book THE NEW SOLDIER after he came back from Vietnam. (used according to Fair Use Principle)

Here are pictures from THE NEW SOLDIER book.

Why does John Kerry despise American soldiers, who fought and died in WWII so much that he puts such a disgusting picture on the cover of his book?



20th October 2004

falsefashion7:17pm: The Heinz Kerry witch
I posted this in my personal LJ and thought I would post here as well ...

I want to start off with something that has been said recently by the unpleasant wife of Senator John Kerry, in reference to First Lady Laura Bush (whom has not thrown out attack statements this entire election)

"Well, you know, I don't know Laura Bush. But she seems to be calm, and she has a sparkle in her eye, which is good," Heinz Kerry said. "But I don't know that she's ever had a real job — I mean, since she's been grown-up. So her experience and her validation comes from important things, but different things."
[- Teresa Heinz Kerry]

Are you serious? Let's take a look what First Lady Laura Bush worked as ...
  • 1968-1973 - Taught in Texas Public Schools.
  • 1973-1977 - earned masters degree and worked as school librarian.

    Ok, then there is this ...

    "I'm older, and my validation of what I do is a little bit bigger — because I'm older, and I've had different experiences. And it's not a criticism of her. It's just, you know, what life is about,"
    [- Teresa Heinz Kerry]

    So, what you are reading right now is a classic case of a complete snobbish view as if Marrying a rich corporation owner and having his fortuned handed down to her is more important than teaching and educating our youth and future leaders. Then lets not forget the women who decided to stay home and actually raise their kids, like her Husband's running mate's wife, Elizabeth Edwards. Mrs. Edwards does not work and is a house wife. Is that not important? To stay home and actually embed values into your children instead of ditching them off to the nanny to raise them for you? Well, again ... the answer dwells into each single individual's heart. I for one believe the nurturing of our Children whether it's raising your own children or being a tool in educating them is beyond more important than being the beneficiary of your dead Husband's fortune. This is a clear difference between the Bush family and the Kerrys. John Kerry and his arrogant, wicked witch of a wife are poster children for the typical elite snobs who will cut your throat to make another dollar and his Kerry's case, even win an election.

    So all of you reading this who may have mothers who are teachers, librarians, or the house wife "soccer moms" ... think about what the Democratic Candidate's wife thinks about your mother. Maybe you're in school right now earning a degree to educate children. Or maybe you intend to stay home with your child once you have a baby so you can raise them instead of a stranger. My mother for one did not work the entire time my brother, sister and I were growing up. And for this woman, or lack there of, to make a statement to suggest my mother raising us was not as important as her inheriting a fortune out right pisses me off. Or to even think raising children isn't a job in itself. Obviously she didn't raise her children, or she would know the effort it takes in this task. It's all a matter of where you put value ... and maybe that's the problem in America. We put money ahead of our youth. Teresa Heinz Kerry's statements are a prime example of this very thing. Think about that ...
  • 14th October 2004

    falsefashion6:39pm: you be the judge!
    "We have to get back to the place we were, where terrorists are not the focus of our lives, but they're a nuisance. ... I mean, September 11th didn't change me much at all."
    -John Kerry, in an interview with The New York Times Magazine

    "We must pass the global test"
    -John Kerry, in the 1st presidential debate

    9th October 2004

    stupify_me2:50pm: My new icon I got the idea from a new shirt.

    Cross posted

    4th October 2004

    graceful_boo5:53am: Football Fans For Truth
    Don't know if anyone has posted anything like this, but there are some SERIOUS shits and giggles on this site: http://www.footballfansfortruth.us/index.php

    *posted also in:

    30th September 2004

    falsefashion12:42pm: Scare tactics by the left, they're lying again!
    Lately there has been rumors of the Bush administration reinstating the draft during the 2nd term if re-elected. I've seen it on websites, heard people talking about it in class, I've seen an individual post here on Live Journal about it ... of course people are scared but none of these people are telling you the truth. The Bush administration reinstating the draft? No, try 2 liberal democrats ...

    While most people seem to think that George W. Bush is plotting to draft after he wins the election this November, you should know that there are two bills in Congress seeking to reinstate the draft- both being pushed by Democrats!

    H.R. 163 and S. 89 were both introduced by Democrats Charles Rangel (NY) and Ernest Hollings (SC) respectively. The bills were introduced in January 2003 and would require both men and women to either perform mandatory military or civilian service. Both of these pieces of legislation are currently stalled and there's no indication that they are going anywhere anytime soon.

    So let me clear this up ... the legislation to reinstate the draft was introduced by two liberal democrats. So for those of you who want to keep playing the scare tactic or if you had no idea, here it is.

  • Charles Rangel (D) NY
  • Ernest Hollings (D) SC

    So if the draft is going to be a scare tactic, take a look at which party is pushing for the draft. Last time I checked President Bush was a Republican not a liberal Democrat.
  • falsefashion9:34am: Bush Leading in Youth Vote
    Bush Tidal Wave Among Young Voters

    President Bush 53%, Senator Kerry 41%

  • A recent Washington Post/ABC poll shows President Bush leading John Kerry among young voters by 12 points, 53-41%.

    Since August, John Kerry lost 20 points and the President gained 18 points--a 38-point turnaround! The following is the polling data of the 18-30 year-old registered voters:

  • Washington Post / ABC August 1
    Bush 35%
    Kerry 61%

  • Washington Post/ABC August 30
    Bush 45%
    Kerry 53%

  • Washington Post / ABC September 10
    Bush 46%
    Kerry 49%

  • Washington Post / ABC September 28
    Bush 53%
    Kerry 41%

  • 28th September 2004

    falsefashion2:09pm: Four more years
    Just as this democrat princeton professor ... even he knows what's going on.


    23rd September 2004

    falsefashion4:45pm: Memo-Gate

    Man, those guys at the RNC are a regular Bloodhound Gang or Mod Squad. Take a look at this little observation:

    9 HOURS BEFORE THE CBS REPORT: "Democratic Party chairman Terry McAuliffe said, 'George W. Bush's cover story on his National Guard service is rapidly unraveling. ... George W. Bush needs to answer why he regularly misled the American people about his time in the Guard and who applied political pressure on his behalf to have his performance reviews 'sugarcoated.'" (Terence Hunt, "Questions Raised About Bush Guard Service," The Associated Press, 9/9/04)
    (I checked with the RNC how they knew it was nine hours ahead of CBS report - it turns out McAuliffe made this statement during a press event held at 11 am Sept. 8.)

    The CBS memo, revealed on 60 Minutes that night: "Harris gave me a message today from Grp regarding Bush's OETR and Staudt is pushing to sugar coat it."

    "Sugarcoated." What an interesting word. McAuliffe could have said that Bush's performance reviews were covered up, spun, masked, smoothed over, soft-pedaled, glossed over, prettified, veiled, whitewashed, hushed up, concealed, varnished, suppressed, or distorted. But he just happened to pick a word that appeared in the memos that were supposedly unveiled to the world hours later.

    Even beyond McAuliffe's direct quote of the memos, he's specifically referring to the central allegation of the Burkett-to-Mapes memo, that Staudt wanted Bush’s records “sugarcoated.”

    If this were a game of Clue, we would collectively be jumping up and down and shouting, "the attempted character assassination was committed by Burkett, Mapes, Rather, Lockhart, and McAuliffe, with the fake memo, in the observatory, er, in CBS offices and DNC headquarters!"

    Or maybe this, along with the entire "Operation Fortunate Son," is all just a coincidence.

    [Posted 09/23 03:16 PM]

    falsefashion4:30pm: Kerry's Voting Record on Defense ...
    Kerry's Voting Record on Defense....

    Kerry has voted for at least SEVEN major reductions in Defense and Military spending, necessary for our national security:

    1) In 1996 - Introduced Bill to slash Defense Department Funding by $6.5 Billion.

    2) In 1995 - Voted to freeze Defense spending for 7 years, slashing over $34 billion from Defense.

    3) Fiscal 1996 Budget Resolution - Defense Freeze. "Harkin, D-Iowa, amendment to freeze defense spending for the next seven years and transfer the $34.8 billion in savings to education and job training."

    4) In 1993 - Introduced plan to cut numerous Defense programs, including:

  • Cut the number of Navy submarines and their crews
  • Reduce the number of light infantry units in the Army down to one
  • Reduce tactical fighter wings in the Air Force
  • Terminate the Navy's coastal mine-hunting ship program
  • Force the retirement of no less than 60,000 members of the Armed Forces in one year.

    5) Has voted repeatedly to cut Defense spending, including:

  • In 1993, voted against increased Defense spending for Military Pay Raise. Kerry voted to kill an increase in military pay over five years.
  • In 1992, voted to cut $6 billion from Defense.
  • In 1991, voted to slash over $3 Billion from Defense. Shift money to social programs.
  • In 1991, voted to cut defense spending by 2%
  • Voted repeatedly to cut or eliminate funding for B-2 Stealth Bomber
  • Voted repeatedly against Missile Defense - Weapons Kerry sought to phase out were VITAL in Iraq. "[K]erry supported cancellation of a host of weapons systems that have become the basis of US military might-the high-tech munitions and delivery systems on display to the world as they leveled the Iraqi regime of Saddam Hussein in a matter of weeks." (Brian C. Mooney, "Taking One Prize, Then A Bigger One," The Boston Globe, 6/19/03)

  • Military hardware he felt we no longer need since the "cold war" is past. The money would be better spent on "social" programs. These weapons are now the core of our military might.

    * F-16 Fighting Falcons.
    * B-1Bs B-2As F-15 And F-16s
    * M1 Abrams
    * Patriot Missile
    * AH-64 Apache Helicopter
    * Tomahawk Cruise Missile
    * Aegis Air-Defense Cruiser

    6) During 1980s Kerry And Michael Dukakis joined forces with liberal group dedicated to slashing Defense. Kerry sat on the board of "Jobs With Peace Campaign," which sought to "develop public support for cutting the defense budget..."("Pentagon Demonstrators Call For Home-Building, Not Bombs," The Associated Press, 6/3/88)

    7) While running for Congress in 1972, Kerry promised to cut Defense Spending. "On what he'll do if he's elected to Congress," Kerry said he would 'bring a different kind of message to the president." He said he would, "Vote against military appropriations." ("Candidate's For Congress Capture Campus In Andover," Lawrence [MA] Eagle-Tribune, 4/21/72)

    "So you can look at all the potential threats of the world, and when you add the expenditures of all of our allies to the United States of America, you have to stop and say to yourself, 'What is it that we are really preparing for in a post-cold-war world?'"
    (Sen. John Kerry, Congressional Record, 5/15/96, p. S5061)


  • 20th September 2004

    falsefashion10:07pm: CBS - The Kerry camp?
    CBS and Dan Rather released a "news" break on 60 minutes that attacked President Bush's Texas Air National Guard record, which in that attack they provided Documents to prove their breaking story. This evening Dan Rather and CBS admitted they were "duped" and that they could not stand by the documents and cannot prove their authenticity. CBS also admitted that Bill Burkett (a well known Bush hater) did mislead a CBS news producer about the documents.

    John Burkett (a retired National Guard Lieutenant colonel) admitted that he deliberately mislead the CBS news network. Burkett gave false origins of the documents to the network to protect the confidentiality he promised to the actual source.

    Burkett is well known for his Bush "hating" and has been discredited in the past. The serious questions being raised now is John Burkett has senior-level contacts with the Kerry Campaign. Could this be a desperate act to salvage John Kerry's hate filled, Bush Bashing, no-plan type of campaign? Could this be their attempt to close the poll gaps? Investigations will hopefully uncover the individuals responsible for this obvious attempt to falsely damage Bush's name.

    17th September 2004

    falsefashion8:20am: Edwards Visit
    John Edwards visited my state yesterday ...

    The little girl is crying because their Bush/Cheney signs was ripped from them


    This is at Tri-State Airport
    Current Mood: angry

    16th September 2004

    erfoceones1:57pm: Sorry to anyone that's already seen this...

    Today, I was looking through the latest issue of The Carolinian, UNCG's liberal "news"paper.  Upon reading the "Letters to the Editor" section, I came to discover a few things about myself that I never really knew before.  I would like to thank the author, Glenn Weyler, for teaching me these valuable lessons about my ideals, morals, and general thought processes.  Like I said, these ideas are very new to me. 

    Go on, I insist.Collapse )

    Current Mood: annoyed
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