Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Made up your mind on immigration? Here's a clue

MEXICO CITY - Many here south of the border reveled in her disastrous evening: First Miss USA Rachel Smith slipped and fell on her bottom during the Miss Universe evening gown competition. Then she was booed by hundreds in the Mexican audience.
The treatment of the Tennessee beauty queen was nothing personal. It had more to do with Mexico's sometimes tense relationship with its powerful northern neighbor.
U.S. athletes have sparked a similar response. In 2005, when the U.S. played Mexico during a World Cup soccer qualifier, the crowd booed the U.S. national anthem and a smattering of fans chanted "Osama! Osama!" during the game.

Remember how you felt when you watched Arabs celebrating our dead on 9/11? Funny how we let these 3d world cretins villify us, while they try to get in here. "Nothing personal"? Bullshit! Mexican wanting to set OUR immigration policy to benefit THEM? Waving their stinking flag, demanding AMERICAN rights? Let's answer them using MEChA's own motto

“Por Estados Unidos todo, Fuera de Estados Unidos nada.”

Adios Cabron!

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Shehan quits too! America gets a twofor!!!!

FORT WORTH— Cindy Sheehan, the soldier's mother who galvanized an anti-war movement with her monthlong protest outside President Bush's ranch, said Tuesday she's done being the public face of the movement.
"I've been wondering why I'm killing myself and wondering why the Democrats caved in to George Bush, I'm going home for awhile to try and be normal," she said.
In what she described as a "resignation letter," Sheehan wrote in her online diary on the Daily Kos blog: "Good-bye America ... you are not the country that I love and I finally realized no matter how much I sacrifice, I can't make you be that country unless you want it.

Hot damn!! Rosie is off the air! Sheehan shuts up and goes home to the granola state! Her stupid self serving rhetoric evident to the last.

"you are not the country that I love and I finally realized no matter how much I sacrifice,
"I can't make you be that country

Your damn right you can't make us be that country! That's what being this country is all about. One shrill, pedantic shrew can't force her vision of political correctness down our throats no matter how much airplay she gets from sympathizer media. Now that she says she doesn't love this country anymore, do you think she'll leave it? Hell no, because just like all the boorish "stars" who swore they'd leave if Bush was elected, they realize no other country would permit their antics. Don't you just love how these weasels all get so self-righteous when they don't get their way? Or they try to pass off legitimate dissention as coming from -phobes or haters? Get a clue, most of us don't believe your lies, half-truths and innuendo. The media does. Our enemies do. Thank God most of the people don't

Monday, May 28, 2007

Rosie O'Donnell: Micheal Moore in a lesbian suit?

NEW YORK — Rosie O'Donnell said she may never speak to Elisabeth Hasselbeck again following their now-infamous confrontation on "The View" on Wednesday.
The confrontation began Wednesday over O'Donnell's statement about the war: "655,000 Iraqi civilians have died. Who are the terrorists?"
Talk show critics accused O'Donnell of calling U.S. troops terrorists. She called Hasselbeck "cowardly" for not saying anything in response to the critics.

Now if we could just get this loud-mouth to stop talking to the rest of us....

BTW her death toll figure INCLUDES those killed at the hands of Iraqi "insurgents," roadside and car bombs etc. How Micheal Moore-ish.

Saturday, May 19, 2007

What the hell is the world coming to now?

WHAT THE HELL?: English teacher Denice Kovanda gave her students at Fillmore Central High School in Geneva, Neb., an assignment: create a travel brochure for a place you'd like to visit. Michael Sattler, 16, got a grade of zero on his. "I asked what was so wrong with it," Sattler said. "She said I used the word Hell in every part of it. It was all about Hell, Hell, Hell." But, Sattler argued, his brochure wasn't for the afterlife, but rather Hell, Michigan. Sattler's parents support the boy, and sent a copy to the unofficial mayor of Hell, John Colone. "It was good," he said. "It had all the right information on it. The layout was great. It had good pictures. It was creative." Colone sent the boy a box full of Hell merchandise to share with his classmates and a "Grumpier Than Hell" coffee mug for Kovanda, but principal Jim Rose intercepted the box and says he'll send it back unopened. (Ann Arbor News)

The sad thing is, the lack of a sense of humor of all involved. I bet the English teacher supports political correctness as it suits her her agenda but stifles any creativity not within her narrow scope. BTW, how does a principal get to intercept a package not addressed to him? Won't that get him in the hot seat?And where the hell is the thriced damned ACLU when they are actually needed and the heat is on? Ain't this a hell of a note?

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