Schumer Starts the Baiting Game

10/31/2005: Notorious gun-grabber and abortophile (up)Chuck Schumer (D-NY), aghast at the Bush selection of Samuel Alito for SCOTUS, has started the race-baiting game:

“Will Alito, like Rosa Parks, use his seat to change the course of history for the better, or will he return it to the injustice of the past?”

That shows you he is a master baiter.

Reid “Dissapointed” with Alito Pick

10/31/2005: In a boost for SCOTUS nominee Samuel Alito, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) is expressing disappointment with the latest Bush pick.

If Reid, Kennedy, Schumer, Boxer, Feinstein, Leahy, and Clinton oppose him, then he must be outstanding.

Here are my predictions:

(1) There will be talk of a filibuster.
(2) The GOP will not have the stones to use the nuclear option. Instead, they will work out a deal and Alito will get a Senate vote. The score will be 51-50, with Dick Cheney casting the deciding vote.

End-result: a big victory for Bush, while highlighting the lunacy of the Democrats and the spineless dweebs on the GOP side.

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There will be no filibuster this time. Neither side can afford one. If the Dems filibuster, Bush wins by taking the Senate–both parties–to the woodshed. The “gang of 14”–which includes Arlen Specter–lack the stones to use the “nuclear option” in the event of a filibuster.

Still, Alito would get confirmation by a small minority. GOP senators Collins, Chafee, Snowe, and Specter would probably vote against confirmation. If no Dems support Alito, that makes the score 51-49. If another Republican defects, we have a 50-50 tie.

Advantage: Bush. Cheney breaks the tie.

Ahmadinejad: Hang 2 or 3 to Fix Stock Market

10/30/2005: Good thing Iranian Chief Thug President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad does not chair the SEC.

He seems to think that by hanging people, he will drive out corruption in the stock market. Perhaps he needs a lesson in economics: if he resorts to that, then he will drive out most enterpreneurs. Not because they are corrupt, but because they don’t want to run the risk of being accused as such. (In countries like Iran, “fair trial” means “do we stone you this Friday or next Friday?”)

The sooner he ends up in Gitmo, the better.

Feder: Bush is no Conservative

10/30/2005: Finally, someone on the right is now articulating the very point I have been making: Bush is not a true conservative.

Conservatives should support Bush only as much as he supports conservatism. We cannot let the Bush Dynasty define conservatism the way the Kennedy dynasty has defined liberalism.

That’s not to say that Bush is a bad guy; however, to call him a true conservative is to call Michael Moore a gun nut.

Iranian President Refuses to Back Off Comments

10/29/2005: While Iranian Chief Thug President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad reiterated Iran’s U.N. commitment not to use force against another country, he refused to back down from his original statement that Israel should be “wiped off the map”. Sorry, Mahmoud: if you want to learn how to lie, then get some Clinton videos. You suck at it.

His statement reflects his devotion to scatalogy, a special love shared by Yassir Arafat and Osama bin Laden.

Since Ayatollah Khomeini–and his Islammunist band of scumbags–hijacked Iran, they have waged a terrorist war against the West, in particular the United States and Israel. Most contemporary Islammunist terrorism originated from Iran: Islamic Jihad, Hamas, and Hezbollah each originated in Iran, and continue to receive funding from Tehran.

Some say, “Big deal! That only involves Israel.” Wrong again: during the 1980s, Iranian thugs tortured and killed most of our CIA operatives in the middle east. Col. Buckley’s blood still cries from the grave. Khomeini and his ilk–which includes Ahmadinejad–took a country with a growing economy and knocked it down to Third World status. (Thank you, Jimmy Carter!)

Meanwhile, much of the instability in the Middle East is the work of Tehran. They recruit children to blow themselves up–thereby embracing the long-held Middle East tradition of child sacrifice. As a result, thousands of young adults and children have died, depriving the Middle East of economic capacity and creating volatility that drives out potential investors.

Many people blame Israel for all the problems in the Middle East. This reflects ignorance, if not outright stupidity. If Arab countries–and Iran–gave a damn about Palestinians, there would be a Palestinian state today.

Fact is, Ahmedinejad doesn’t want a Palestinian state. In fact, Ahmedinejad, Assad, Hussein, and the Saudi royal family are all jockeying for control of that region. Jews and Palestinians are mere objects in their way. They only embrace the Palestinians because that gives them a means for recruiting people to fight their wars.

Had they spent the last 60 years developing their economies (rather than sending suicide bombers after Jews), there would be peace in the Middle East today.

Unfortunately, for Arab–and Iranian-leaders to acknowledge this would require them to take responsibility for their inept, barbaric leadership.

Don’t hold your breath waiting for Islammunist pigs to tke responsibility for anything.