Wednesday, September 28, 2005


I was angry at first, positively furious at the headlines at DrudgeReport that Tom Delay had been indicted and had stepped down as majority leader. Disgusted at Delay. The stupid *&@!@# of a **&^%. Until I went to PowerLine.

PowerLine produced Tom Delay's full statement. While it isn't a convincing document (how do you prove you didn't hit your wife?) it made me think about Ronnie Earle and Delay's claims. Paranoid?

A brief trip to made me wonder.
DNC Stands by Rangel After "Hate Speech"
Sheehan calls McCain "warmonger" after meeting
Dan wants a second go at Bush
Chuck Schumer staff members using opponent's credit card information

Democrats claim Bush is blocking bipartison health care for evacuees
Brown Shifts Blame for Katrina Response
Dems Vow Battle Over Ideologue Nominees
Democrats criticize US accounting of Katrina money
Kayne West: Bush hates blacks

AWOL Democrats hole up in Oklahoma motel
The Next Redistricting Target: Ronnie Earle?
BS from [David Brock's] Media Matters

Howard Dean: [About the Republican Party] "It's pretty much a white Christian party."
Howard Dean: "Republicans never made an honest living in their lives."

It's war folks. It's a daily barrage of pettiness and viciousness. At the anti-American, anti-Capitalism, anti-western, anti-war rally in Washington, DC, George Galloway said Tony Blair and George Bush were war criminals. No American in that crowd of misfits stood up in that crowd and said, "Just a minute. That's strong language. Let's be reasonable here." Democrat Ramsey Clark called the war in Iraq an illegal occupation and and "international crime." An NPR personality from KPFK in Santa Monica, CA, called the war in Iraq "genocide." "Poet" Alexis Devaux warned, "Your chickens has come home to roost." Former New Jersey Poet Laureat Amira Baraka: "I am a communist." and lyrically referred to "those assholes in Washington."

It is meaningful, folks, that over half the speakers at the Washington rally were international peace activists. It is meaningful that the Chairman of the Democrat National Committee would have fit right in with the rabble at the Rally.

And it is encouraging that District Attorney Ronnie Earle indicted Kay Bailey Hutchinson and then declined to prosecute. It's all about hate, folks. And it does serve to distract the public from comparisons between Democrat and Republican state officials in two hurricanes.

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