Talking Points

March 25, 2007

Finally, Democrats get Tough

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Finally Senate Democrats are flexing their muscles.  Their getting tough.  Their showing backbone.  Their breaking onions to show they have onions – that the subject of today’s Talking Points memo.

Three members of the elite stike force; John Kerry (who served in Vietnam), Joe Biden and Chris Dodd have offered a resolution to vowing to punush Pakistan.  A staunch ally of ours.  If Pakistan doesn’t get tougher on terrorism.

Democrats threaten to hold delivery of 18 new jet fighter planes promised to Pakistin, block the sale of 18 more and back out of an agreement to refurbish 30 more aircraft already in use by Panistan’s air force.

Now the strike force leader, John Kerry (who served in Vietnam) spoke for the group.  He said, “We must never forget the importance of going after the terrorists before they strike.”

Shazam!  Welcome to the Swift Boat.  The War on Terror has been going on for years and this guy wants a preemptive strike!

This is unbelievable.  But still this is momentous.

Here is the Democrats strategy to win the war on terror in a nut shell:  Abandon the battle field where terrorists are fighting us, in Iraq, and instead redeploy them to attack our allies.

Threaten to make Pakistan weaker, while they demand they step up their efforts to fight terrorists.  The same terrorists the Democrats want us to surrender to.

This stuff is made of legend.  Why in years to come this plan is going to be studied in every war college, every war planner including those in al Qaeda who look to this moment as one in which American’s elected liberals decended.

Absolute stupidity.  I have to end this, I’m laughing too hard.

And that’s the memo.


March 23, 2007

Senator Edwards Speaks for Jesus

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Senator Edwards says that Jesus would be disappointed in Americans while speaking of his own hypocrisy – that’s the subject of today’s Talking Points memo.

During his first failed bid for presidency, Demacrat Senator John Edwards, was hailed as a brilliant trial lawyer because he channeled the words of a dead child during a summation on a big case and he won a big award.

So here in the middle of another presidential election cycle, retread candidate Edwards has set his sights even higher:  He has appointed himself spokesman for Jesus.

Edwards said that “Jesus would be upset with America’s willingness to go to war when its not necessary.”

He further said: “I think Jesus would be disappointed in our ignoring the plight of those around us who are suffering, and our focus on our own selfish short-term needs.  I think he would be applaud.”

Would He be applaud that your giant 28,000 square-foot mansion that is gated?  How about your new beach house on an island near Wilington North Carolina that nobody can get to which is 2,800 square feet?

You’ve got 34,000 square feet of living space, you think He would be applaud at your hypocrisy senator?

Let me tell you this senator:  Americans are the most giving people in history.  Not just during times of calamity, tidal waves, hurricanes or tornados.  We give daily.  We give to people we have never met, here and across the world.

We feed and educate children in cultures who are taught to hate us.  Everyday Americans offer countless acts of kindness to strangers because our nature is giving.  Not to mention gifts granted to others from the taxes we pay.

Yet YOU Senator Edwards, patron saint of stiff hair and hair spray and empty heads, use Jesus to mischaractize Americans as selfish war-mongers with no rights to defend our country when attacked.

If anything is applauding Mr. Edwards, it is you and your shameful view of your fellow citizens and your utter hypocrisy.

Talk about selfishness and satisfying your own wants and desires first, you are showing the people the way.

Talk about yourself, but please leave the rest of us out of it.

And that’s the memo.

March 20, 2007

Jack Murtha on Meet the Press

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Last week anti-war leader Jack Murtha appeared on “Meet-the-Depressed” to rehash Democrat defeatism – that’s the subject of today’s Talking Points memo.

After insisting that Iraq is really a civil war, Congressman Murtha said “al Qaeda will be taken care of by the iraqis because there are only two-thousand al Qaeda in Iraq,” implying that we can’t handle two-thousand of the enemy.

Well, let’s say there are only two-thousand terrorists on the ground.  How many al Qaeda did it take to kill 3,000 Americans here?  It was 19 my friends.

So were going to leave 2,000 al Qaeda hanging around for the Iraqis to take care of?  Even though the Democrats complain the Iraiqis are not capable of defending their own country.

“Out military is incapable of winning in iraq,” Murtha said.  And then he said the troops would be better redeployed – no get this – because China and Iran are the real threats.  We are to believe our military, which cannot win in Iraq, can’t beat 2,000 al Qaeda, should surrender in case we have to fight China or Iran?!

That’s nuts.

Speaking of nuts, Murtha said, “the Democrats had a psychologist come in before the committee before the herring.”  The shrink testified that four months in intensive combat is too much.  The troops, according to the shrink, can’t stand this – this is too much on them.

He said were going to have all kinds of psychological problems and emotional problems when they come home.

Or their going to have the,.  We’re going to have them.

Any wonder why liberals want us to surrender?  They believe the U.S. military can’t take four months in combat.  It’s amazing we ever won a war given our armed forces fragile emotional state.

Democrats are the ones who need a shrink, and I don’t even think that will help.

And that’s the memo.

March 17, 2007

Mickey Mouse sticks it to the Little Guy

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Disney sues Anaheim over new housing development near park – that’s the subjecy of today’s Talking Point’s memo.

Big congradulations to the Walt Disney cooperation who also owns ABC News.  And special congradulations to Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, whose leadership of Disney’s cooperation directors speaks volumes.

About 2 weeks ago the company announced it was planning two major expansions. By years end work can begin on a 900 acre luxury resort at Disney World in Florida.  The project includes a new 4- seasions hotel, an 18-hole golf course and luxury vacation homes.

Then over the next 10 years Disney, proud owner of ABC News, will build a prdestrain-friendly development the size of Disney’s Animal Kingdom, with stores and resturants.

All this is great.

But along with Disney’s expansion announcement comes other news.

The Walt Disney company is suing Anaheim California over a city plan to build low cost housing near Disneyland.  Including 225 rental units for lower income families.  You know wriff-raff.

Disney’s message:  Hell No!  They have to go!

George Mitchell’s company says lower income residents will be out of place in a district designed for tourists.

Instead Disney says the 26 acres should be developed as an up-scale Hotel-Condo project.

Explains Disney spokesman:  “The law suit speaks how important how we view this Anaheim resort area, and that we make sure the vision sticks.”

So they are sticking it to the little guy.  You low income people, yes save your money for a trip to Disneylad, but don’t even think about living near Disney.

That’s leadership George.  Just like those people in Marin County San Francisco; Mickey Mouse way to look out for the little guy.

And that’s the memo.

March 13, 2007

Win Extra Cash! Have a Baby in California!

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New law in California for every newborn gets $500 – that’s the subject for today’s Talking Points memo.

A new law being proposed in California for every child born in this state will get $500 hand-out, simply for being born.

Which in California is not all that easy to do given abortons, which may be the reason why the cash prize is so high.

Now, if the child actually makes it past the abortion knife and reaches the born status after January 1, 2008, they will be entitled to the money regardless of their parents income or immagration status.

The prize, the $500, can be used for three purposes:

  1. education
  2. down payment on a home
  3. or fun a retirement account

“Yes this is the essence of equal oppertunty,” said state Senator Darrell Steinberg.  The Democrat who sponsors this bill.  “Every child, every person ought to get a head start with $500.”

Steinberg calculates that kids will have over $17,000 saved by the time they turned 18 if their families added $50 monthly to the birthing prize.

The initial $500 hand-out would supposedly be paid back once the kid turned 18.  Mean while tax payers will be stuckfor almost $300 million dollar a year.  Sadly Senator Steinberg found a Republican co-sponsor, Bob Dutton for this absurdity.

Now, remember, this is in California, a state that does not have enough moeny to run its prisons.  California liberals are already working on legislation to grant illegal Mexicans health care and now they want us to stock cash bonuses for births!

Now when this news hits south of the border the Great California Birth Rush will re-double.

I have an idea.  Let’s just adopt Mexico as an official ward of the sate and just get it over with.

And that’s the memo.

March 12, 2007

It’s the ‘Catch the Illegal Immigrant’ game!

Filed under: Talking Points memo — talkingpoints @ 3:27 pm

Democrats are appalled with a game that college campus Republican students are playing – that’s the subject of today’s Talking Point’s memo.

Romona Martinez is the chairman of the Democratic National Cacus.  She and Howard Dean, the DNC leader, sent a very angry letter to the Republican National Committee demanding they stop a student group.

Democrats are furious about a game concocted by the Independent College Republicans called “Catach an Illegal Immigrant.”  It’s a variation of hide-n-seak.  One player takes the role of the illegal immigrant and everybody else tries to find the person.  The winner gets a prize.

A very popular game.

The DNC complained that several hundred students played the game at NYU – in the heart of liberalism.  “These despicable tactics have no place in our public discourse or on our campuses,” said the DNC letter.

I don’t understand why they are so angry.  After all the Republican students are after all using the term ‘illegal immigran’ not ailean.  Is that not what liberals use?  Immigrant?

One monor detail:  These college Republicans have no affiliation with the RNC, the Republican party cannot tell them what to do.  But an RNC spokes-babe joined the winning, “Yes we find these activities both agressive and offensive. . . blah, balgh, blagh, blagh.. . .”

What she should have said is that for years Democrats have had no problem for despicable, liberal discourse on college campus.  When lefty students demanded an end to military resruiting on campus, Democrats were quiet.  When professors blamed 9/11 on Jews and required course work, Democrats were quiet.  Whenever Democrats sponsor anti-Bush ralies or anti-war speaches on campus, or say other military hate speech, Democrats applauded.

Now they want to censor free speech prompted by political failure to control illegal immigration.

Le’ts start a new game:  “Catch the Liberal!”  Contestants will have many to choose from.

 And that’s the memo.

March 8, 2007

Global Warming

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You Think Man Can Destroy the Planet? – That’s the subject of todays Taling Points memo

   You think man can destroy the planet?  What intoxicating vanity!  Let me tell you about our planet.  Earth is 450 Billion Years old.  There’s been life on it for nearly that long.  3.8 billion years.  bacteria first; latter the first multi-cellular life, then the first complex creatures in the sea, on the land.  Then finally the great sweeping ages of animals, the amphibiana, the dinosaurs, at last the mammals, each one enduring millions on million of years, greatdynasties of creatures rising, flourishing, dying away – all this against a background of continous and violent upheavel. Mountain ranges thrust up, eroded away, cometary impacts, volcano eruption, oceans rising and falling, whole continents moving, an endless, constant, violent change, colliding, buckiling to make mountains over millions of years.  Earth has survived everythig in its time.

It will certainly survive us.  If all the nuclear weapons in the world went off at once and all the plants, all the animals died and the earth was sizzling hot for a hundred thousand years, life would survive, somewhere: under the soil, frozen in arctic ice,.  Sooner or later, when the planet was no longer inhospitable, life woudl spread again.  The evoluntionary process would begin again.  Might take afew billion years for life to regain its present variety.  of course, it would be very different from what it is now, but the earth would survive our folly, only we would not.  If the ozone layer gets thinner, ultraviolet radiation sears earth, so what?  Ultraviolet radiation is good for life. It’s powerful energy.  It promotes nutation, change.  Many forms of life will thrive with more UV radiation.  Many other will die out.  You think this is the first time that’s happened?  Think about oxygen.  Necessary for life now, but oxygen is actually a metabolic poison, a corrosive glass, like fluorine.

When oxygen was first produced as a waste produce by certain plant cells some three billion years ago, it created a crisis for all other life on earth.  Those plants were polluting the environment, exhaling a lethal gas.  Earth eventurally had an atmosphere incompatable with life.  Nevertheless, life on earth took care of itself.  In the thinking of the human being a hundred years is along time.  Hundred years ago we didn’t have cars, airplanes, computers or vaccines.  It was a whole different world, but to the earth,a hundred years is nothing.  A million years is nothing.  This planet lives and breathes on a much vaster scale. We can’t imagine its slow and powerful rhythms, and we haven’t got the humility to try.  We’ve been residents here for the blink of any eye.  If we’re gone tomorrow, the earth will not miss us.

This wraps up this whole global warming argument.  We so lack in humility – and it’s a contradiction, too.  On the one hand, the enviromentalist wackos consider us irrelevant.  We’re no more important than the average rate or dog or insect, and in the other moment we are so powerful and we’re so negative and we are so destructive that we, humans, are destroying the planet.  Don’t get confused.  Global warming people, they’re not worried about what will it do to humanity.  That’s not the way they pitch it.  They pitch it that the world, the fragility of our climate is in crisis.  The idea that by improving our standards of living, that those characteristics of our existence will destroy us, is frankly, just absurd. I cantend you cannot believe in God and believe what the global warming crowd believes.  you can’t.  The two do not go hand in hand.  You have to actively not belive in God and believe in something else as a replacement, in order to hold this catastrophic climate crisis view that they all have.

Follow up to AP report on Military Families Suffering

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AP tries again with welfare reform – that’s the subject of today’s Talking Points memo.

AP determined that small towns in America have been hardest hit.  Some suffering half of all casualties.  These twons of course are isolated, poverty-striken mud holes where unsuspecting youth escape their msery by signing up for duty, only to have Bush send them off to die in Iraq.

John Kerry, (who served in Vitenam) – that great visionary said, “If they were smarter or had better options they would not be stuck in Iraq.”

Well, AP is once again at it with another analysis.  A report that a decade after welfare reform became law, the welfare state is bigger than ever.  According to AP, nearly 1 in 6 people rely on some form of public assistance – a larger share than at any time since the government started measuring two decades ago.

Actually the number of people getting cash handouts has plummeted since welfare reform.  But government programs such as Medicaid, Food stamps, disability benefits, they all but exploded terribly.

AP says that this proves the evil welfare reform bill, which heartless Republicans forced President Clinton to sing, really didn’t work.

Someone should tell that to Bill, he’s running all over the country saying his bill worked.

Anyway, the real analysis:  More people are off welfare and working.  Welfare reform is a huge success.  AP wants to argue next that we should reform government entitlements such as Medicaid, Food stamps and disability benefits.

I say, Bring It On!

Conservatism works every time its tried.

And that’s the memo

March 6, 2007

Swedish retailer IKEA has targeted American consumers for re-education

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IKEA criticizes Americans for using their plastic bags – that’s the subject for today’s Talking Points memo.

IKEA provides – they provide them – 70 million plastic bags very year to its US shoppers, el freebo. But now IKEA is scolding you for taking them! IKEA spokesperson Mona Astra Liss criticizes “the average American family of four” for throwing away 1,500 single use polyethylene bags, which don’t degrade for 1,000 years; less than 1 percent are recycled.” 

You Idiots! You stupid Americans!

So IKEA’s bag giveaway will stop.  Says Mona Astra: “Our objective is to get Americans to really think about the impact of the bags which are strangling the – – ”

Your giving them away!  What the hell is this?!

From now on, you stupid American enveiomental destroyers are going to have to pay a nickel a bag for the honor of shopping at IKEA outlets – and that’s that Steo One.  Next, after you dolts get your mind set right, IKEA will ban the bag altogether and you’ll have to bring your own cloth bags if you want to shop there.  When that blessed day arrives, fragile Mother erf – now choking on 100 million American plastic bags yearly in her land fills – will flourish!

Oh, by-the-way, the “18 seconds Movement” is growing.  That’s the campaign to make you idiots replace your planet-destroying incandescent light bulbs with “Earth-friendly” compact flourescents.  (18 seconds is the average time it takes to change a light bulb.)  The Energy Department, the EPA, Yahoo and Wal-Mart are joining forces with wacko light buld activists to shame you into changing your bulbs.

18 seconds to change a light bulb?  I thought that was what wives are for.

And that’s the memo.

March 4, 2007

Open Mouth and Insert Foot

Filed under: Talking Points memo — talkingpoints @ 10:15 pm

Two Democrats, two mouths and 4-feet in – that’s the subject of today’s Talking Points memo.

 Senator Hillary Rodham-Rodham, the presumptive front runner.  Speaking in a historic black neighborhood in Florida, she lambasted President Bush’s ‘No Child Left Behind Act’ as doing too little to help minorities.

She then acknowledged that she is still searching for ways to raise minority students test scores.

Now, when she was Arkansas first lady, Mrs. Clinton overhauled that states education program, which sank to dead last in the nation.  Her husband had eight years in the White House, and his only educational achievement was oral lessons with interns.

President Bush test scores are up from minorities, yet she complains and with no plan in mind.

And she is supposed to be the smartest woman in America?

The newly elected governor of Ohio, Ted Strickland, recently said that he didn’t want to accomadate any Iraqi refugees in his state because that would bail out President Bush.

He has offerend a clairification:  “Well I’m sympathic to the plight of the innocent Iraqi people who have fled that country.  However I would not want to ask my state to accept a greater burden than they already have born for the Bush failed policies.”

So Governor Stickland’s clairification is just a bigoted and devoid of compassion, mean-spirited, politically jaundiced as his original marks.

But are we to accept anything more than pre-pubscent thinking or open hositility of Bush and the Iraqi people?

Democrats have nothing to offer this country but hate anyway.

And that’s the memo.

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