Liberal Utopia

What your world would be if everything liberals wanted, they got. Open the door at the bottom of its Elysium façade and take a glimpse of hell.

If Bush drops the bomb...


on Tehran, will you support him?

imple question. If you answer yes, you must believe this act of war within a World War that has already lasted at least five years without our clear and total victory over a handful of madmen and their mass-murderous suicide squads — from that maniacal agressor Ahmadinejad's Special Unit of Martyr Seekers to his clients al-Qaeda and Hezbollah, his close ally and fellow aggressor Kim Jong Il, and his stooge and other fellow aggressor Assad — would permanently break the enemy's will to fight anyone and thus finally end this war.

If no, you must believe more diplomacy or negotiations "based on confidence-building, reciprocity, and compromise" would hopefully, somehow, someday contain Iran's aggressions until hopefully, somehow, someday the Islamic Republic thereof drops "Islamic" from its formal name — preferably before it develops nuclear weapons and decides to share them with any of its clients, allies, and stooges; or believe nothing can stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons but it is hopefully, somehow possible that you and your family, friends, and country will be able to still live normally, untouched by such fact; or believe World Warming is somehow a much greater threat to your civilization's existence than any world war; or believe vaporizing Tehran, whether or not you believe that would totally defeat the jihadists forever and save millions from the scourge of an otherwise decades-long and expanding World War, is just too horrible to even contemplate.

The answer that prevails among any of the world's free peoples will unlikely affect the decisions President Bush believes he must make, based on information few of us have right now, to save them, their nations, and their posterity from catastrophe, perpetrated by an evil that would neither hesitate nor be unwilling to use any weapon in its arsenal powerful enough to wipe whole swaths of their populations "off the map," utterly crush their spirit, destroy their will completely, bring about their total defeat, and reduce all their survivors to slavery or unending servitude within its consequently enlarged dominion.

As Sir Banagor levelly explains, our paralysis and inaction give this evil the luxury of taking all the time it believes necessary to fully plan, prepare, then perpetrate such absolute catastrophe. A catastrophe we'll find only more and more difficult to avert.

If yours had been "maybe" or "don't know," that sober explanation may help you reach a definite answer. One you can also give your children or grandchildren when they ask you it in the past tense, many years from now.

His post has only reinforced mine:

Yes, I will, in the strongest possible terms, support President Bush if he drops the bomb on Tehran.

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Islamic Republic of Al-fwance


A Middle Eastern nation now has a permanent seat in the United Nations Security Council.

ake that two. The way government officials and UPI editors (Imperial Expert on ClueBoarding™) in United Kaliphate of Granulate Britain and Neuterin' Ireland are bending over backwards and forwards to accommodate the swelling penetration of radical Islamicist sensibilities into their body politic, it's surprising Her Highness the Queen hasn't donned a deep-purple Burqa in public yet.

Granted, pilgrims tourists now can "enjoy a peaceful and holy vacation in the heart of dar ul Islam," and have the option of including in their pilgrimage itinerary a quick jaunt over into The Dhimmilands to visit any number of quixotic allahwheels windmills there. Perhaps even a giant theme park — Mohammedworld? — is in the works. Do these, however, compensate such increasingly WINO (Western in name only) nations for an ever loosening bond with their traditional ally savior which ineluctably results from cowardly refusing to offend or otherwise recognize in anything but the most servile terms that true enemy within?

Good thing we've been reassured that they do — by a UPI editor emeritus no less, the only known form of braindead life outside sand-hypoxiated ostriches capable of putting a happy But-face on the Qur'animalist Qulture's more deadly repressive norms:

The honor killings of young Turkish women in Germany are appalling, but the actions of the women also demonstrate that many Muslim women are no longer content to abide by their parents' wishes.

"You go (get yourself murdered), girl! That'll show 'em." See? Now there's some real hope!

Speaking of such hope, the al-fwench have sworn on their Grannie Qofi's grave that they're going to send "a bunch" of troops to the Hezbollic Republic of Lebanon. Not to fight or anything like that, mind you. This would ruffle their multiqultists' feathers. No, the job of those troops — all 400 of them — is to teach their special semaphore system to the Lebanese army: one white flag means "we surrender," two "we unconditionally surrender," three "we unconditionally surrender and will wholeheartedly collaborate," etc. Unhinged Notions secretary-general Qofi (who's feeling better, by the way) feels the members of that army will ace this part of the al-Qerry/Botox® Global Test™.

Sadly for Dempinqoqrats, no Islamicist Veto in the UN security council is going to preempt the United States from saving these EUdopeons' bacon once again, before they succumb to their multilateral multisuicide-cultism follies.

NP: "What are UPI editors doing, End of the World Eve?"

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Anna 'Diggs Our Graves' Taylor


All fall down. The United States District Court for the Middle Eastern District of al-Qaeda is now in session. The aid and comfort giver to their enemies adhering...

ne word: appeal. On second thought: impeach.

Federal [Inferior (i.e., District) Court] Judge Orders End to Warrantless Wiretapping [America's Ability to Effectively Fight Islamonazis]

WASHINGTON, Aug. 17 - A federal judge in Detroit ruled today that the Bush administration's eavesdropping program is illegal and unconstitutional, and she ordered that it cease at once.

That is, this Friend of Al Qaeda™ ruled in favor ofA/k/a "The Usual Suspects Anti-America Moonbats" — including Mr. Hitchens, who now barks that protecting his sources is more important than protecting our shores, and helps an unelected judge hamstring our elected leader's ability to fully defeat the clandestine plans of theocratic madmen he professedly loathes.

And Osama kisses his ACLU membership card and cries "Praise Allah!"

District Judge Anna Diggs Taylor found that President Bush exceeded his proper authority and that the eavesdropping without warrants violated the First and Fourth Amendment protections of free speech and privacy.

What will it take for our the liberal trial lawyers' federal judiciary to acknowledge our nation is at war? Three thousand of them kidnapped and beheaded by islamaniacal terrorists, even after they tried to be among the latter's most reliable allies?

If so, maybe protecting the privacy of even our foreign enemy whenever he calls, emails, or gets calls and emails from anyone in the United States isn't such a bad idea after all. Think the Slimes could be persuaded to publish those lawyers' home addresses too?

Then even a Jihaddy-444 al-Qarter lifetime appointee might get it:

But in 1977, Mr. Carter and his attorney general, Griffin B. Bell, authorized warrantless electronic surveillance used in the conviction of two men for spying on behalf of Vietnam.

The men, Truong Dinh Hung and Ronald Louis Humphrey, challenged their espionage convictions to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit, which unanimously ruled that the warrantless searches did not violate the men's rights.

In its opinion, the court said the executive branch has the "inherent authority" to wiretap enemies such as terror plotters and is excused from obtaining warrants when surveillance is "conducted 'primarily' for foreign intelligence reasons"....

The Truong case, however, involved surveillance that began in 1977, before the enactment of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), which established a secret court for granting foreign intelligence warrants....

Administration officials say the president has constitutional authority to conduct surveillance without warrants in the name of national security. The only way Congress could legitimately curtail that authority, they argue, is through an amendment to the Constitution.

The administration's view has been shared by previous Democrat administrations, including Mr. Carter's.

When Mr. Bell testified in favor of FISA, he told Congress that while the measure doesn't explicitly acknowledge the "inherent power of the president to conduct electronic surveillance," it "does not take away the power of the president under the Constitution."

Jamie S. Gorelick, deputy attorney general in the Clinton administration, agreed. In 1994 testimony before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Miss Gorelick said case law supports the presidential authority to conduct warrantless searches and electronic surveillance for foreign intelligence purposes.

At least she might get this if she didn't have a record of helping Dictatorats and other liberals rig court decisions:

It's not every day a federal appeals judge publicly scolds his own court. Judge Danny Boggs, a 16-year veteran of the Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, used a blistering dissent to lay out a shocking case of judicial manipulation that this week may have resulted in an artificial 5-4 decision upholding the University of Michigan's race-based admissions policy for its law school.


That judicial scandal began when the University of Michigan filed a motion to consolidate two separate challenges — one involving the law school and one involving undergraduate admissions — on the theory that they were companion cases. Observers suspected the university wanted to push Judge [Bernard] Friedman out so Judge Patrick Duggan could hear both cases.

Anna Diggs Taylor, then the District Court's chief judge, established a highly unusual two-judge panel to hear the motion. Judge Friedman asserted his authority under long-established procedural rules to keep the case and excoriated Judge Taylor for what he viewed as an effort to transfer both cases to Judge Duggan.

Judge Duggan in turn later ruled in favor of the university in the undergrad admissions case.

Demokkkrats' KKKult of KKKorruption. What a surprise.

And Osama writes his NACDL retainer check and cries "Praise Allah!"

"It was never the intent of the Framers to give the president such unfettered control, particularly where his actions blatantly disregard the parameters clearly enumerated in the Bill of Rights," she wrote.

It was never their intent to allow an unelected Demoracist judge to take away any president's Article II powers to defeat America's enemies, especially when they're trying to kill all Americans.

Where were you on September 11, 2001? Even BET and Lifetime preempted their entire programming that day to show the clear and present evil we're up against.

And Osama renews his American Prospect subscription and cries "Praise Allah!"

In becoming the first federal judge to declare the eavesdropping program unconstitutional, Judge Taylor rejected the administration's assertion that to defend itself against a lawsuit would force it to divulge information that should be kept secret in the name of national security.

"Predictably, the war on terror of this administration has produced a vast number of cases, in which the states secrets privilege has been invoked," Judge Taylor wrote.

Read her words again:

the war on terror of this administration

"Mr. Bush's war," she practically said. Not "America's war" on terror.

It's all just something BushCo cooked up. Wonder if she also feels that the Mossad was piloting each of those planes by remote control, and no Joooo was killed because they were all warned by Karl Rove to cancel their airline tickets or call in sick?

Damn traitor.

She noted that the Supreme Court has held that because the president's power to withhold secrets is so powerful, "it is not to be lightly invoked."

Ask the families of these people if they think it's been lightly invoked,
WWIV begins WWIV begins
Damn traitor.

In any event, she said, she is convinced that the administration could defend itself in this case without disclosing state secrets.

Let's see how that works—

"Your honor aider and comforter, our country is at war."

"Defense counsel, you're out of order. I already ruled that 'our country' is not at war. It's the administration's war."

"Could I file an interlocutory appeal of that?"

"Only if I get to pick the judges hearing it."

"Great. Damn traitor."

Judge Taylor's ruling came in a suit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of journalists, scholars, lawyers and various nonprofit organizations who argued that the possibility of eavesdropping by the National Security Agency interfered with their work.

In other words, filed by liberals who are against the war our winning the war and for helping al-Qaeda ensure we never do.

Damn traitors.

Although she ordered an immediate halt to the eavesdropping program, no one who has followed the controversy expects the litigation to end quickly. The Justice Department said it was preparing its response to the ruling, and it was widely assumed that that response would include a request to postpone enforcement of Judge Taylor's decree pending appeals.

The request for a stay of enforcement could be lodged with Judge Taylor herself, or with the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.

Best go with Door Number 2. Better likelihood that the appeals court isn't composed of damn traitors.

But for the moment, the ruling by Judge Taylor — who became the first federal judge to declare the eavesdropping program unconstitutional — caused elation among the plaintiffs.

And Osama makes a now-unmonitorable call to Surrendercrat HQ and cries "Praise Allah!"

"It's another nail in the coffin

of our international coallition's chances to defeat mass-murdering islamicist nazis before they can attack any of us again." Which, Andrew Cochran points out, our monitoring foreign communications is was helping us do: "Time Magazine: '(A) knowledgeable American official says U.S. intelligence provided London authorities with intercepts of the group's communications.' (That would probably be the NSA surveillance program.)"

And Osama scratches on his cave wall another tally in the Win column and cries "Praise Allah!"

...of executive unilateralism," said Jameel Jaffer, a lawyer for the plaintiffs with the A.C.L.U.

But not of judicial unilateralism, evidently.

And Osama again kisses his notACLUe membership card and cries "Praise Allah!"

And Anthony Romero, executive director of the A.C.L.U., said Judge Taylor's ruling "confirms that the government has been acting illegally, in contravention of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and the Fourth Amendment."

Shopping around for a judge who's corrupt enough and treasonous enough to overtly help you give our bloodthirsty enemy aid and comfort doesn't confirm this to anyone who isn't ACLUeless executive director or other BDS-afflicted liberal, damn traitor.

The surveillance act was passed by Congress in 1978 in response to disclosures of previous government improprieties in eavesdropping. The act established a secret court to handle applications for surveillance operations, and set up procedures for them to take place while applications for warrants are pending in some limited circumstances and for limited times.

But the judge found that the administration had overstepped the bounds of the surveillance act as well as the Constitution, and she was unpersuaded by the government's stance that it could not defend itself in the lawsuit without doing the country harm.

But, again, as Dodocrats Bell and Gorelick attested to under oath, had not overstepped the bounds of the "inherent" constitutional powers We the People™ vest in our federal government's executive branch to protect all of us from our enemy in time of war, just to name one example of a "foreign intelligence purpose." Of course no NYTreason reporter or other liberal can be expected to know this when talking about a Republican administration.

And Osama pastes this "newspaper" clipping in his How I Won The War scrapbook and cries "Praise Allah!"

"Consequently, the court finds defendants' arguments that they cannot defend this case without the use of classified information to be disingenuous and without merit," she wrote.

"Bush Defendents lied!® er, I mean, is are disingenuous...."

They aren't, by the way. For the National Security Agency / Central
Security Service and Lieutenant General Keith B. Alexander, director of the National Security Agency and chief of the Central Security Service — i.e., the defendents — to prove the negative that they aren't violating these traitors' First Amendment rights, the Office of the President would have to allow those aiders and comforters of al-Qaeda to examine any information collected on them by authorized NSA agents and officials, the only ones besides the President himself and a handful of others having lawful access to that information.

I don't know what Greenpeace's security clearance is, but I doubt it's high enough to grant even its officials anywhere near that kind of authorization.

The bigger question is, which conversations of Greenpeace et al. does the judge Friend of Osama feel NSA is monitoring? She says in her opinion billet-doux to bin Laden that

the court need not speculate upon the kind of activity the Plaintiffs want to engage in — they want to engage in conversations with individuals abroad without fear that their First Amendment rights are being infringed upon.

So if CAIR in Michigan calls Hassan "Death To America!" Nasrallah in Lebanon congratulating him on Hezbutchers' "robust victory" over Israel, it wouldn't be even a tad bit helpful to the administration's our country's war effort to find out what the head of a terrorist organization that we suspect already has sleeper cells standing by in the United States, might say, Judge GraveDigger? Do you not have the remotest comprehension that terrorists are waging a total war against all of us — not just the Bush administration?

And did you not watch your friend Osama's tape last January in which he said "operations... are in the planning stages and you will see them in the heart of your land (America) as soon as the planning is complete" after he cried "Praise Allah!"?

The judge, who heard arguments in the case in June, brushed aside several assertions made by lawyers for the National Security Agency. She held that, contrary to the N.S.A.'s assertions, the plaintiffs were suffering real harm, and had standing to sue the government.

"Here, plaintiffs are not asserting speculative allegations," she said.

Then name a specific, continuing, irreparable injury they've suffered, O Corrupted One. Have they been arrested? Were their computers destroyed? Did their telephones stop working? Are they rotting in jail? Are they hanging from lamp posts?

Is it possible at all for a power hungry self-interested deranged liberal Dinosaurat like yourself to stop being a damn traitor?

Judge Taylor, appointed by President Jimmy Carter in 1979, did not deal a total defeat to the administration. She dismissed a separate claim by the A.C.L.U. over data-mining of telephone records, agreeing that further litigation could indeed jeopardize state secrets.

And Osama straightens al-Qarter's picture hanging on his cave wall and cries, just a little less loudly, "Praise Allah!"

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End of the World War


It started with a ten mile wide crater.

ugust 14, 2026. Mashhad, Iran.

The prime minister's hydroelectric limousine slowed as it approached the Tabarsi Street gate of the Imam Reza shrine. Keeping a promise she made to the cabinet yesterday, this would be her final stop before driving over to the national parliament building. None of the shrine's custodians knew she was coming.

Her address to parliament would come later that day, a speech that will mark the end of its special session and a new beginning for the Republic of Iran. Now her thoughts turned to the first leader of the country's last form of government which dissolved literally in flames twenty years ago.

Under the Great Concession, as it is known today, the former theocracy's highest leaders whose graves were in what was once the nation's capital are deemed buried in a thickly lead-lined vault within the shrine. The lead is necessary to protect pilgrims from the highly radioactive soil sample taken from a spot near the center of an extremely large blast crater that used to be the heart of Tehran. That and the relatively smaller craters surrounding it are not only visible from earth orbit, but can even be seen through any low powered telescope from the Taurus-Littrow settlements on the moon.

But the Great Concession's main feature, its opening portion that comprises nearly the whole document, is why she is addressing parliament in this city, just as each of her predecessors had ever since the old republic's surviving leaders signed it. Except she knows this will be the last time any prime minister does so here. Under that portion, formally titled "Articles of Unconditional Surrender," the city that has served as the country's provisional capital for nearly two decades will no longer house the many agencies charged with rebuilding Iran and firmly establishing a freely democratic nation. Most have already relocated to Qom. After today's decision by parliament the rest will move there too. In accordance with the last of those articles' requirements, Iran is finally going to have a permanent capital again.

As the prime minister entered the shrine she felt the ironies of her private pilgrimage even more palpably. When she was a little girl she would often visit the Supreme Leader's grave in Tehran. Even then she wondered about the obvious haste that went into its construction. Why had the makeshift edifice not been replaced? It would be soon, one of the holy men told her. A great center of learning, seminary, shopping malls, all covering over five thousand acres, were planned. The older she grew the less frequent her visits became. But each time she would ask, when will the construction begin? Soon. Why has it not? No one could tell her. Even during her last visit, right before her eighteenth birthday, she asked. But by then no one needed to tell her why or when. She had figured it out herself.

Soon afterwards the bombs fell.

Today she felt like that little girl again, visiting the grave of a leader who died the year she was born. At last it has gotten its new edifice. Not the one any of those holy men dared imagine — a symbolic handful of untouchable soil encased in lead, 450 miles away. A new capital is being constructed as well, close to where that leader first settled after returning from exile to change an entire nation, a nation whose people "do not use this term, 'democratic.'" Except she knows this time the change will be for the better.

On her way to the parliament building the prime minister looked over her speech one last time. The word "democratic" appears in it twenty times.

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Victory at Home 2006 - Vote Like There's No Tomorrow!


12th Iman endorses Hilldabeast, Liarmont — Al-Jazeerah.info says "Vote Democratic"

Nevada primary election is Tuesday, August 15. Republican candidates in contested races for

United States Senator
John Ensign (incumbent)
Edward "Fast Eddie" Hamilton
United States House of Representatives, 1st Congressional district
Russ Mickelson
Michael Ace Monroe
Kenneth Wegner
United States House of Representatives, 2nd Congressional district
Sharron E. Angle
Dawn Gibbons
Richard Gilster
Dean Heller
Glenn Thomas
Bob Beers
Melody "Mimi Miyagi" Damayo
Jim Gibbons
Lorraine T. Hunt
Stanleigh Harold Lusak
Lieutenant Governor
Lonnie Hammargren
Eldon B. Hardy
George Kao
Brian Krolicki
Janet Moncrief
Barbara Lee Woollen
Secretary of State
Brian Scroggins
Danny Tarkanian
State Treasurer
Kathy Augustine (died July 11)
Mark DeStefano
Joseph Pitts

Project Vote Smart lists all House candidates.

Alaska primary election is Tuesday, August 22. Republican candidates in contested races for

John Binkley
Gerald L. "Jerry" Heikes
Merica Hlatcu
Frank H. Murkowski (incumbent)
Sarah H. Palin
Lieutenant Governor
Sean R. Parnell
Jerry Ward

Wyoming primary election is Tuesday, August 22. Republican candidates in contested races for

United States Representative
Barbara Cubin (incumbent)
Bill Winney
Ray Hunkins
John H. Self
Secretary of State
Mary Ann Collins
Max Maxfield
State Auditor
Bruce Brown
Rita Meyer
State Treasurer
Joe Meyer
Fred Parady

Oklahoma runoff primary election is Tuesday, August 22. Republican candidates in races for

United States Representative, 5th Congressional district
Mary Fallin
Mick Cornett
Lieutenant Governor
Scott Pruitt
Todd Hiett

Florida primary election is Tuesday, September 5. Congresswoman Katherine Harris is running for United States Senate in the Republican primary. Support her campaign and help launch Bill "Outer Space" Nelson (aka Identified Liberal Object) from Cape Dhimmicarnival into permanent orbit around the gas giant Planet MooreOn.

Rhode Island primary election is Tuesday, September 12. Steve Laffey is running in the Republican primary against incumbent DemRINOcrat senator Lincoln Chafee. Help put a Republican in our United States Senate from this state.

Pennsylvania incumbent U.S. Senator Rick Santorum is running against an Al-Jazeerah.info endorsed candiate. Al-Jazeerah.info calls terrorist group Hamas' founder a martyr and says "Vote Democratic." You can say "I support Senator Santorum, not a terrorist-supporting site's candidate."

Pennsylvania 12th Congressional district candidate Diana Irey is pro-Win WWIV. Contribute to her campaign and help retire the Defeatistic Party's Cut-n-Run Caucus leader Jaq "Redeploy to Okinawa" al-Murtha.

Primary Elections:

Tuesday, August 15
Nevada (Senate and Governor)
Tuesday, August 22
Alaska (Governor)
Oklahoma Runoff (Congressional district 5, Republican)
Wyoming (Senate and Governor)
Tuesday, September 5
Florida (Senate and Governor)
Tuesday, September 12
Delaware (Senate)
Arizona (Senate and Governor)
District of Columbia
Maryland (Senate and Governor)
Minnesota (Senate and Governor)
New Hampshire (Governor)
New York (Senate and Governor)
Rhode Island (Senate and Governor)
Vermont (Senate and Governor)
Wisconsin (Senate and Governor)
Tuesday, September 19
Massachusetts (Senate and Governor)
Washington (Senate)
Saturday, September 23
Hawaii (Senate and Governor)
Saturday, September 30
Sources: AP; The Green Papers.

Victory at Home and Abroad 2006

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Liberals Are Why They Hate Us


Islamic fascists have given us fair warning: "You all will die or we will. Them's our non-negotiable terms."

uslim terrorists aren't moved by our showing deep respect for their religion or culture. At least not moved the way a liberal hopes. The only thing they're interested in is our submission.

Liberals are only too happy to let them have it — our submission, that is. If we give the murderous islamicutthroat what he demands — nay, give him our undivided love and attention — he'll be less mean and vengeful, they feel, and he may even start to like us enough to leave us alone and not attack us anymore. Brilliant! Had we just been minding our own business on September 10, 2001, and not been in the middle of invading or occupying any islamic totalitarian country, the multistate massacre the following day at the hands of undocumented-immigrant muslims sent by their puppetmaster mullahs in Iran wouldn't have ever happened. No? Oh, that's right. We had and hadn't and the islamic butchers slaughtered in cold blood thousands of our country's citizens and guests anyway, all while screaming Religion of Peace! Religion of Peace! — what? All right, correction: They all screamed Allah is Great! Allah is Great!

Shouldn't we at least examine their demands first before judging too harshly these perpetrators of the largest annihilation of civilians ever on American soil in an unprovoked sneak attack? Okay. Although only the nazis at their peak were the last ones capable of exterminating that many innocent people in a single morning, perhaps if the civilians they were gassing and shoving into ovens had just taken the time to examine Hitler's demands, all of them could've avoided that chillingly gruesome fate. No doubt he gladly would've spared them all had they only given him what he wanted, respected his point of view, and known that tolerance of his group, compassionate understanding of its ways, customs, and beliefs, and the continual goal of community harmony are "essential for furthering the progress and growth of our communities." No? That's right. Hitler was demanding that they all be dead.

"But but but Religion of Peacers aren't Nazis like them or you, you Nazi." Let's ask the original head peacer of the islamic Repugnance of Iran to settle this:

Ayatollah Khomeini, quoted in an 11th-grade Iranian schoolbook, is revealing. "I am decisively announcing to the whole world that if the world-devourers [i.e., the infidel powers] wish to stand against our religion, we will stand against their whole world and will not cease until the annihilation of all them. Either we all become free, or we will go to the greater freedom which is martyrdom. Either we shake one another's hands in joy at the victory of Islam in the world, or all of us will turn to eternal life and martyrdom. In both cases, victory and success are ours."

You can't get a clearer warning and statement of intentions than that. Even over a quarter century after he first made these demands, Iran's current leadership is still repeating them:

The president of Iran again lashed out at Israel on Friday and said it was "heading toward annihilation," just days after Tehran raised fears about its nuclear activities by saying it successfully enriched uranium for the first time.

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called Israel a "permanent threat" to the Middle East that will "soon" be liberated. He also appeared to again question whether the Holocaust really happened.

"Like it or not, the Zionist regime is heading toward annihilation," Ahmadinejad said at the opening of a conference in support of the Palestinians. "The Zionist regime is a rotten, dried tree that will be eliminated by one storm."

Ahmadinejad provoked a world outcry in October when he said Israel should be "wiped off the map."

Sorry. I didn't realize he was only talking about Israel. Every liberal knows she doesn't ever count. Let's see what nice things he's demanding of us, then (New Editor):

"Today, everyone realizes that the attack on Lebanon was planned in advance, and was a Zionist-American operation — a first step towards taking control over the Middle East and over the [entire] Muslim world.

"Bush and his American partners, who are to blame for the tragic events in Lebanon, will be considered just as responsible and accountable [for these events] as the evil and depraved leaders of the Zionist regime... The silence of the U.N. and most of the Western countries, and the support [provided by] some [Western] governments — such as the despicable and notorious British government — turns them into accomplices to the crime, to varying degrees. When humanity places them on trial, today and tomorrow, in demand for an explanation... and when they are required to account [for their conduct] before God, they [too] will be punished.

"Today more than ever, the Muslim peoples are disgusted and furious with the Americans. The Muslim governments, including those governments whose political statements stem from restrictions [that are placed upon them], are disgusted by the insolent and arrogant oppression and are opposed to it. The American regime can expect a resounding slap and a devastating fist-blow from the Muslim nation for its support of the Zionist crimes and criminals, after it has so brazenly violated the rights of the Muslim peoples."

So if we'd only put an end to our "Zionist-American operation (to take) control over the Middle East and over the entire Muslim world," our "insolent and arrogant oppression," and our "support of the Zionist crimes and criminals," and get rid of our BushCo® regime who's "to blame for (these) tragic events," the muslimad peoples peacers absolutist patriarchs won't be "disgusted and furious" at us anymore. See? All he's demanding is our self-imposed isolation from the rest of the whole world and trying President Bush as a criminal. Which also happens to be the very exact thing liberals are demanding.

Dictators and liberals (BIRM) all on the same page. Who'd've thought?

The latter reactionaries wouldn't be making that demand had the former one never conceived it. If Ahmadmanidgit came out and said "Way to go, Bush. Help Israel wipe out them evil hezbadguys. USA! USA! USA!" we wouldn't hear liberals uttering such complains and blame, or hatching out the same Bush/Blair conspiracy theory. So figuratively speaking, this demand by Iran and liberals is the chicken and the egg, respectively. Literally, it's the exact opposite.

Chickendoves won't be protesting outside or chaining themselves to the doors of Mahmoudung's presidential palace, demanding that he cease shipping missiles and millions to his fascist puppets in Lebanon or supporting other islamoterrorist groups like al-Qaeda. That's because MahmoudungCo. would arrest them all or, if the door's blocked, not bother using a hacksaw to safely remove those chains but simply hacked off their limbs before dragging their bleeding remains over to the nearest wall or construction crane and summarily shooting or hanging them. No matter how evil or depraved liberals say President Bush is, they know they don't have to ever fear he'll do that. It's definitely safer and easier to not oppose the one who would.

Our nation and her "traditional allies" tried cowering in fear and ignorance when faced with clear evil seventy years ago ('s Maha Rushie and Tammy Bruce). All it got us were two World Wars. We tried being popular with everyone when faced with the same kind of evil ten years ago. The only thing that got us was another one.

I'd rather our children and grandchildren spend the next seventy years hearing liberals demand apologies for our having permanently taken out the current evil we're facing, than spend even one moment of those years waiting around for the inevitable, much larger annihilations of civilians on American soil and elsewhere in one islamonazi sneak attack after another. What their futures demand is our choice: Either we continue listening to Diddlerats and other liberals bleat on and on about how we should be doing nothing that might jeopardize our chances of hopefully winning their international popularity contest someday. Or we do all it takes to really win this World War now.

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fwance to veto its own resolution


Not surpising that jaune and épine are synonymous only in its language.

o ahead and show what a spineless belette you and your entire country are, Your Weasellency Philistine Douche-Blasé. We need to get your vote against doing anything even remotely doable and effective indelibly on record. Especially since it's very same thing you were actually in favor of only days before you came out firmly against it. Your flip-flops rival Hanoi Jean fwenchface al-Qerry's.

Go ahead and unilaterally draft your own resolution Wannsee Agreement, seeing how you feel "that the most important thing (is) to obtain the agreement of the Lebanese government and the Arab world for the proposal." Unless a paragraph is included calling upon what they generally believe is the only solution finale to the conflict, don't expect them to be too keen on it. It's a foregone conclusion that the Israeli people — at least those fond of breathing — won't be: they've been there, done that, got the camp T-shirt.

You know Russia has too much at stake itself to veto a resolution co-drafted and supported by fwance and the U.S. and warmly hailed by the BBC. That four-way support would attract China's as well, thus excluding the possibility of a veto. All that remains then before coming up with some fwance-led multinational force resolution is to count the yeas of Greece, Japan, Slovakia, Denmark, and one other (or two if China abstains).

That is, after you implant in your back a functioning spine.

Given the time it would take to schedule and successfully perform such an extremely complicated, touch-and-go surgery, the Israelis and I won't be holding our breaths. The former may even have enough time to victoriously end the war started by Iran and its hezpuppets. Meanwhile you can go about fwenching up other Security Council matters until it votes on attaching the UN's seal of approval to the resulting surrender agreement.

So go ahead and do what you normally do: Nothing. I'll add my signature to the more flowery-languaged Imperial Thank You Card.

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Repetitive casualty of war: Reuter-rooters for islaminals


Had such Creative Journalism™ graduates been reporting two World Wars ago, our president today really would be Hitler (Jr. or perhaps one of his nephews).

srael bombing a funeral procession has to be true. That's just something, Reuter Rooters for Jihadis believe, a disproportionately evil joooo would perpetrate against poor oppressed victims of his ruthless zionist aggressions. So you can imagine its journalists' propaganda-purveyors' embarrassment disappointment when this turned out not to be the case (Michelle Malkin).

Yesterday afternoon al-Reuters committed the following drive-by story (emphases in this and all other quotes supplied):

Israeli air strike hits village during funeral

08 Aug 2006 12:34:08 GMT
Source: Reuters

GHAZIYEH, Lebanon, Aug 8 (Reuters) - An Israeli air strike hit this village in south Lebanon on Tuesday while mourners were burying 15 of their kin killed in bombing the previous day.

At least two rockets hit Ghaziyeh during the funeral, though not in the immediate vicinity, a Reuters journalist reported. It was not clear if there were casualties from the latest raid.

The mourners chanted anti-American slogans after the air strike on the Shi'ite village.

Many Lebanese hold the United States partly responsible for Israel's war with Hizbollah.

The Hezbollan News Agency (a/k/a Reuters) apparently added the qualification "not in the immediate vicinity" to the story's previous version. IsraelNN.com caught it about an hour later:

Bombing of Funeral: False Reporting by Reuters

16:43 Aug 08, '06 / 14 Av 5766 [ 13:43 GMT? ]

(IsraelNN.com) The day after it was revealed that a Reuters News Agency doctored photographs to show an anti-Israel bias, the news service incorrectly reported Tuesday afternoon that the IDF bombed a funeral procession in Lebanon.

Reuters has corrected without apology its earlier story that the IDF strafed a funeral procession and updated the report to state that the bombs struck a village at the same time the funeral was taking place, adding that "the air strike was not in the immediate vicinity of the funeral."

Not long afterwards, Mideast: On Target also mentions the addition in one of its "Daily Tid Bit" updates:

5:39 PM [ 2:39 PM / 14:39 GMT? ]: . . . The IDF has not confirmed or denied reports by Reuters that the IAF struck a neighborhood in southern Beirut while a funeral procession was going on. (*Update! The third scandal in three days has hit Reuters. This was false report that has been corrected by the Reuters website. No apology has been given.*)

About a half-hour later, Guardian Unlimited posted its last update of this same story, which includes a photograph by — appropriately enough — Lefteris Pitarakis/AP:

7pm [ 3pm / 15:00 GMT ] update

13 dead in strikes on Lebanese town

Staff and agencies
Tuesday August 8, 2006
Guardian Unlimited

. . . The strikes hit the Shia town of Ghaziyeh while mourners were holding a funeral procession for 15 people killed in air strikes yesterday, sending around 1,500 people running through the streets in panic.

The population of the town, which lies south of the port city of Sidon, has recently swelled to 23,000 as refugees from the fighting elsewhere in southern Lebanon have poured in.

Reuters said buildings close to the funeral procession collapsed, with a witness saying that one of the destroyed buildings belonged to Sheik Mustafa Khalifeh, a cleric with links to Hizbullah.

There goes the Ruthless Indiscriminate Bombing angle. However, it took another three hours before al-Reuters' hezbogandists felt enough damage had been done — to Israel, not any ruthlessly unbombed funeral procession — that they could safely include in this now old drive-by story an actual quote from the Other Side:

Israeli air strikes kill 14 in Lebanon village

08 Aug 2006 18:16:08 GMT
Source: Reuters

(Adds Israeli army comment)

GHAZIYEH, Lebanon, Aug 8 (Reuters) - Israeli air strikes killed 14 people and wounded 23 in the southern Lebanese village of Ghaziyeh on Tuesday, rescue workers said.

The air strikes hit the village as mourners were burying 15 relatives killed in a bombing the previous day, but were not in the immediate vicinity of the funeral, a Reuters witness said.

The mourners chanted anti-American slogans after the air strike on the Shi'ite Muslim village, he said.

"What was targeted was a building that belonged to a senior Hizbollah member," an Israeli army spokeswoman said. "It was on the other side of the town, not anywhere near the (funeral) procession."

She said all residents of the area had been told in advance to leave.

Ghaziyeh, just south of Sidon, the largest city in south Lebanon 40 km (25 miles) from Beirut, has been housing many people displaced from their villages near the border with Israel. Israeli leaflets in Sidon and surrounding villages last week urged resident to leave the area.

Many Lebanese hold the United States, Israel's chief ally, partly responsible for the Israeli war with Hizbollah.

But Gulf News Report wasn't going to hear any of this. By addahhy, some evil jooooos had bombed an innocent funeral procession, and nothing any infidel drive-by story could say was going to change its monolayered factcheckers' minds:

Published: 08/09/2006 12:00 AM (UAE) [ 9:00 PM / 21:00 GMT ]

Carnage continues as UN delays vote
Gulf News Report

Dubai: Arab ministers were trying at the United Nations last night to modify a proposed Security Council resolution aimed at ending Israel's war on Lebanon as Israeli planes and artillery bombed towns in southern and eastern Lebanon and attacked a funeral procession in the village of Gaziyeh, killing at least 16 people.

Around the same time, HNA (a/k/a al-Reuters) itself seemed to feel the original drive-by report sounded better, too, so it salvaged as much of that Ruthless Indiscriminate Bombing angle as it could for its larger story about the Uninspired 'Naction, erasing altogether the Other Side's direct quote along with the name of the Hogzvillian leader specifically targeted by Israel's military:

UN argues about ceasefire

Tue Aug 8, 2006 5:07pm ET [ 9:07pm / 21:07 GMT ]

. . . Israeli air raids killed 14 people and wounded 23 in the southern village of Ghaziyeh, rescue workers and hospital officials said. The bombs fell as mourners elsewhere in the village were burying 15 people killed by a raid there on Monday.

An Israeli army spokeswoman said the building hit belonged to a senior Hizbollah member and was not near the funeral. She said all residents had been told in advance to leave.

Four Israeli soldiers were killed fighting guerrillas, raising Israel's military and civilian death toll to 101 in the war ignited by Hizbollah's capture of two soldiers on July 12.
. . .

Beirut has won some support from Russia as well as France, both of which hold veto power on the Security Council.

"It is obvious to us that a draft that is not favorable to the Lebanese side should not be adopted," said Moscow's U.N. envoy Vitaly Churkin, saying this would only prolong the war.

Lacking any curiosity, it never occurred to even one of the Reuter Rooterers that asking someone there "hey, who used to live in that building?" or trying to find a dropped leaflet warning all residents to evacuate would help refute or confirm what the Israeli army spokeswoman said. Perhaps if she said Adnan Hajj took a photograph of either they would've accepted it as fact.
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flench frag


No photoshopping skills required. Just two free hands.

fwench flag

rust me. It's there, stealthily hidden among a sea of white. Thankfully the frogistanians won't be convincing Israel to fly it too, despite how much they feel it's an "important contribution towards solving the current crisis."

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Democannibal rats


The "fast" must be over.

ombie, the brave documenter of loonbat protests, has granted ALa of blonde sagacity an interview about his* exceptionally useful site zombietime.com and his exceptional experiences behind enemy-supporter lines.

From wading through at least one horde of unhinged bushaters in their naturalism state — for which he deserves several mental-trauma purple hearts, as soon as that medal's invented — to receiving intolerable death threats by those oh so tolerant members of the Left we keep hearing about — all of whom were last seen riding atop the Loch Ness Monster on their way to lunch with Big Foot at some replimat aboard a flying saucer — Zombie shares his first-hand knowledge and insights regarding the more visible segment (even too visible in that one harrowing instance) of the kind of folks who now all but own the Democronusick Party of the United States.

Just one example is his observation of how peaceful the "peace" movement isn't in this country:

The term "peace protesters" is just an Orwellian euphemism. Maybe 5% of the people at a typical event are in reality "peaceniks"; the other 95% are simply on the side of the enemy. That's one of the main points of my photos — to show where their sympathies really lie. And because they're not really "peace protesters," they are free to be as violent and hostile as they want. Of course, it usually takes something to rile them up. The vast majority of the time, there is no violence at a rally. Only when they see some pro-American counter-protesters, or encounter the police, or get whipped into a frenzy by a demagogic speaker. But that only happens sometimes. Generally, the hostility is in their belief system, not in their demeanor.

Well done, ALa and Zombie. Such "overt anti-Semitism and support for terrorism" mentioned in this interview may shed some light on today's repulsive feasting in Connecticut.

At least Oblogvious Liarmont doesn't know anything about it.

* There's a fifty-fifty chance that this and the other related personal pronouns are correct. Mwahahaha.

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Proud of Our Grunts


Our best and our brightest who provide us all the sturdiest blanket of freedom any nation's citizenry could ever know.

Number Four. Don't let the pessimistic television talking heads, the high-brow newspaper writers, hollywood idiots, or any other faction of the blame-America first crowd get you down. (Applause.) I'm speaking here of the latte biscotti crowd. They are simple background chatter, men, and they will always exist on the periphery of any endeavor that requires selfless service or loyalty. They are not worthy of your concern. And, truth be told, in the pit of their fickle, cowardly hearts they wish they could be just like you. The intestinal fortitude that is a part of your fabric is something that they covet but will never know.

Fifth. I for one will never, ever apologize for being an American, and don't you ever feel that you have to. (Applause.) We're not perfect, but I can think of no better place on earth. We didn't become the great country we are by accident. We earned it. And while we were at it we kept and continue to keep a large portion of the world free. Just ask the veterans that are here today. American blood and sacrifice is the indisputable part of the world equation. We keep a large portion of the world free, and no matter what disaster strikes — tsunamis, floods, earthquakes — we're the ones that show up first to help: an American aircraft carrier, American Soldiers, American Marines, Air Force transport planes flying in supplies, and even local American church groups. More people in this world are trying to come to our shores than any other county. We remain the beacon of hope for many. And, God willing, it will always be so. We're number one. Don't ever apologize for it, just be damned proud of it. (Applause.)

Lieutenant Colonel Randolph C. White, Jr.,
United States Army,
Commander, 2nd Battalion, 58th Infantry Regiment,

speech at training graduation ceremony for
the Infantrymen of Company D, 2nd Battalion, 58th Infantry,
and of Company C, 1st Battalion, 19th Infantry,
Fort Benning, Georgia,
April 21, 2006.

(Blackfive, including prepared text via IMAO)
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Hezkaffirah flag


My apologies for exceeding the photoshop skills of former al-Roto Reuters photographer Adnan Hajj.

kafr flag

o one murdering indiscriminately under such banner has any legitimacy to breathe, much less negotiate any outcome that still allows him and his fellow kafr cowards to do so.

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My draft


No two-parter. No ignoring the real problem. No more beating around the bush.

P1. Finally realizing that no cease-fire or other agreement has any hope of saving succeeding generations from the scourge of war in the Middle East and beyond until the primary source of such scourge is permanently eliminated,

"OP1. Calls upon every member state, in accordance with Article 42 of the Charter, to use all means at its disposal to destroy forever and completely the present government of Iran and to establish in its place a new government that shall act always to maintain international peace and security for all peoples."

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Possible v. Probable


Dodocrats having registrable backbones & brains versus Dodocrats not having them.

ivil war! We're doomed! Retreat! Run away, run away. Waaaah waah waaaaaaaaah.

That, my friends, is the official war policy of the Dinosaurat Party of the United States United Nations.

While we're waiting for the Demoretreat leadership to put forward, or "progress," an actual detailed, viable alternative to our winning World War IV — and for that possibility of space aliens invading Earth to make all of us the main ingredient in their version of Snickers® bars — we'll help the Iraqi people's democratically elected, free government achieve total victory over the international forces of terror and tyranny threatening to undermine and topple it.

While we're waiting for the possible but highly improbable chairpersons of the 110th Congress' House committees — Abjohn al-Qonyers (Dhimmiqrat-MI), Abjohn Ding-not-against-Hezbella (Dhimmiqrat-MI), Abjim al-Baghdad MqDermole (Dhimmiqrat-WA), Qarolyn al-Qilpatriq (Dhimmiqrat-MI), Muspaheter Starq (Dhimmiqrat-CA), Kneel-to-islamonazis Abuqrumbie (Dhimmiqrat-HI), Niq Rahrah-all-Hezballs (Dhimmiqrat-WV), and the Dhimmiqrats present-in-spirit-only Qaptur, Qucinich, bin Leedan, and Waaaahters — along with their UNstream media pals and Doqtor "Talk to the Qur'animals" Dolittle Paul (Dhimmiqran-TX), to decide that genocide-craving, mass-murdering terrorist aggressors who intentionally target and cower behind civilians must always be condemned, we'll help Israel and all other nations achieve total victory over the evil forces of islamofacism threatening to overrun and destroy both them and us.

All that evil needs to prevail is for good men to do nothing. Sad talking Defeatistic Party leaders continue to pessimistically claim we're the ones who do evil and should, in effect, do nothing. It's not possible to mistake at all who's really up to no good.

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France, send your troops into the meatgrinder


Here's your chance to make yourself useful for a change.

ebanon used to be your mandate, so you lead the multinational force. Italy, Germany, Ireland, and Turkey would likely join it. The governments of Lebanon and Israel will cooperate with that force once your troops arrive on Lebanese soil. At that moment — and not one second before — Israel has a real incentive to pull back and let you take over the job of disarming and disbanding the Hezbarbarians.

This is where the meatgrinder part comes in. Those rabid dogs now firing missiles at civilians' homes in northern Israel from ones in southern Lebanon aren't going to stop just because you've arrived. They're crazed enough to even turn some of their launchers towards you. So be prepared to engage them in combat. Expect these islaminal jihadists to continue following their normal Human Shield Tactic as well, intentionally making civilian casualties unavoidable.

If, with any extraordinary luck, you're able to dislodge and scatter most Hezboarrah cowards out from behind little girls' skirts and their other regular hiding places, you'll have to remain vigilant. You then are what stands in their way of murdering more Jews. That makes you their primary target. Thus getting you to cut and run will be their immediate goal.

Enter the Dozen Virgins Sixpack Brigade. Your barracks, your patrols, your supply routes are each now every demented martyr's ticket to paradise. A whole section of Lebanon brimming with infidels is going to attract him like lice to his beard.

Should you make it this far you won't be hearing from me any taunts of quagmire! or French Viet Nam 2.0 because I'll still be much too gobsmacked that you've even agreed to place your troops in any such harm's way.

Don't feel bad. The same would happen more or less to any force, France-led multinational or Israeli, respectively.

Until the source of this whole conflict is pulverized into total, withering submission, Hezbestialla will have both the means and the incentive to keep fighting murdering for its puppetmaster:

Nothing short of nuclear cluster-bombing Tehran is going to permanently break the islamonazi goosesteppers' genocidal will to commit similar mass murder against all of us. Their leaders there have purposefully pushed our separate populations to the point of kill or be killed.

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Iran: 'Dear UN, Go jump yourselves'


Time to pass another harshly worded, "illegal" empty resolution:

S/RES/1717 (2006)
United Nations 
Distr.: General 
22 August 2006
Security Council
Resolution 1717 (2006)
Adopted by the Security Council at its 5577th meeting, on 22 August 2006
The Security Council,
Very, very disappointed that Iran has categorically rejected and steadfastly ignored the Council's repeated complaints and abject whining,
Noting with very, very serious concern that Iran continues to enrich nuclear material in direct violation of all applicable provisions of the Treaty on the Non-proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, resolutions of the Council, decisions and orders of the IAEA under the Additional Protocol, and stampings of feet and holdings of breaths till turnings of blues with runnings of snots out of the noses of the international community,
Giddily thanking the Foreign Minister of France, Philippe Douste-Blazy, for his very generous offer of a very large, very surprisingly clean (even if very worn from extreme overuse) and thus very visible white flag on 2 August 2006 (S/2006/617),
Emphasizing again the admittedly dubious importance of talks and negotiations with, as well as outright appeasement of any state that urinates profusely down the backs of the Council's members then tells them it is really a raging thunderstorm, and seriously noting the possibility that a careful examination of such thunderstorm may conclude that it is one or the other,
Deeply concerned by the unprecedented amounts of mocking and contemptuous laughter directed squarely at the Council, and being very, very, very determined not to tightly squinch up its face and cry uncontrollably like a little baby whose diapers are odoriferously full and badly need changing in response,
Acting [sic] under anything but the Charter of the United Nations in order to point fingers and kick this Iran can thingy down the road towards nuclear conflagration,
Calls upon Iran without any further delay whatsoever to take all steps required by every relevant resolution of the Council and the IAEA Board of Governors, which are very essential to keep either body from passing yet another resolution calling upon the exact same thing;
Demands Requests Sobbingly begs, in this context, that Iran shall should might ought to suspend all some perhaps even the tiniest bit (please? 'twould be very much appreciated – theeenks) of enrichment-related and reprocessing activities, including research and development, to be verified examined completely believed and instantly accepted, hook, line and sinker, by the IAEA;
Expresses, endorses, and requests a bunch of convictional and determinate sounding stuff that makes the Council sound like it is actually trying to do something when the exact opposite is true, to be filled in later (provided there is any later);
Confirms that the Council was only kidding when it offhandedly implied additional measures will be necessary in the event that Iran fails to comply with the last resolution (S/RES/1696);
Decides to throw up its hands as well as the contents of its stomach before convulsing in painful, violent seizures all over this matter.

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Victory at Home 2006 - Vote & Live!


Primary elections in Kansas today and Tennessee this Thursday.

Kansas primary election today. Republican candidates in contested races for

Governor / Lieutenant Governor
Jim Barnett / Susan Wagle
Ken R. Canfield / Kathe Decker
Rex Crowell / Brian D. Shepherd
Dennis Hawver / Bret D. Landrith
Robin Jennison / Dennis Wilson
Timothy V. Pickell / Jeffrey A. McCalmon
Richard "Rode" Rodewald / Helen D. Kanzig.
United States House of Representatives, 3rd Congressional district
Chuck Ahner
Thomas Scherer
Scott Schwab
Paul V. Showen
Garth J. McGinn.
Secretary of State
Kay O'Connor
Ron Thornburgh
Commissioner of Insurance
Eric Carter
Sandy Praeger

Project Vote Smart lists all House candidates.

Tennessee primary election is Thursday, August 3. Republican candidates in contested races for

Mark Albertini
Wayne Thomas Bailey
Jim Bryson
David M. Farmer
Joe Kirkpatrick
Timothy Thomas
Wayne Young
United States Senate
Ed Bryant
Bob Corker
Tate Harrison
Van Hilleary
United States House of Representatives, 1st Congressional district
Peggy Parker Barnett
Colquitt "C.P." Brackett
Bill F. Breeding, Jr.
Vance W. Cheek, Jr.
Claude Cox
David Davis (incumbent)
John "Jay" Grose
Douglas Heinsohn
Richard H. Roberts
Phil Roe
Dan Smith
Richard S. Venable
Larry Waters
United States House of Representatives, 2nd Congressional district
John J. Duncan, Jr. (incumbent)
Ralph McGill
United States House of Representatives, 3rd Congressional district
June Griffin
Charles Howard
Doug Vandagriff
Zach Wamp (incumbent)
United States House of Representatives, 4th Congressional district
Kenneth Martin
Alan Pedigo
Don Strong
United States House of Representatives, 8th Congressional district
Rory B. Bricco
John Farmer
United States House of Representatives, 9th Congressional district
Derrick Bennett
Rudolph Daniels
Tom Guleff
Cecil Hale
Mark White

Project Vote Smart lists all Senate and House candidates.

Rhode Island primary election is September 12. Steve Laffey is running in the Republican primary against incumbent DemRINOcrat senator Lincoln Chafee. Help put a Republican in our United States Senate from this state.

Pennsylvania incumbent U.S. Senator Rick Santorum also needs your support.

Pennsylvania 12th Congressional district candidate Diana Irey is running in the November 7 general election for U.S. House of Representatives against Jaq "Redeploy to Okinawa" al-Murtha. Blog from the Core's "Meet Diana Irey" (Esoteric*Diatribe) by E. L. Core, provides an excellent introduction to her candidacy. Contribute and help put a pro-Win the war representative in Congress.

Primary Elections:

Tuesday, August 1
Kansas (Governor)
Thursday, August 3
Tennessee (Senate and Governor)
Tuesday, August 8
Colorado (Governor)
Connecticut (Senate and Governor)
Georgia Runoff (Congressional district 4, Dhimmicrat)
Michigan (Senate and Governor)
Missouri (Senate)
Tuesday, August 15
Nevada (Senate and Governor)
Tuesday, August 22
Alaska (Governor)
Oklahoma Runoff (Congressional district 5, Republican)
Wyoming (Senate and Governor)
Tuesday, September 5
Florida (Senate and Governor)
Tuesday, September 12
Delaware (Senate)
Arizona (Senate and Governor)
District of Columbia
Maryland (Senate and Governor)
Minnesota (Senate and Governor)
New Hampshire (Governor)
New York (Senate and Governor)
Rhode Island (Senate and Governor)
Vermont (Senate and Governor)
Wisconsin (Senate and Governor)
Tuesday, September 19
Massachusetts (Senate and Governor)
Washington (Senate)
Saturday, September 23
Hawaii (Senate and Governor)
Saturday, September 30
Sources: AP; The Green Papers.

Victory at Home and Abroad 2006

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