Yearly Kos * Promo/You Tube
NYTimes: Bai gushes * LGF/Mentkos
“The bitch is dead meat”
Harry Reid going to Vegas
Boxer, Pelosi to lunch with Kossacks
Photoshop by Sanctuary
Download Vent for iTunes
YouGov poll: Heavy majority opposes Obama’s idea of mandatory voting
WaPo/ABC poll: 59% support Iran deal, same percentage not confident it will prevent Iran nuke
The French fear Obama’s destabilizing shift toward Iran over Saudis, Israelis
Can you make the video adjustable in size? It comes out rather small right now.
Great job as usual however!
Kevin M on May 30, 2006 at 10:05 AM
” The Bitch is Dead Meat” is violence in word. It is.
I learnt from some psychiatric journals that, when males using acute, insulting words in personal attack against a female, it is a very common form of expression of fantasy toward that female.
I have seen many sex starved and suffocating liberal males keep on attacking Ann Coulter and Laura Ingram with words like “bitches”, “dumb blonde”…etc
OK, guys, keep it to yourselves. Cool it and take a cold shower. You are just too obvious!
easy87us on May 30, 2006 at 10:33 AM
The hate-filled rant of filth posted on his site yesterday was so disgusting I needed a shower after reading it.
speed647 on May 30, 2006 at 10:36 AM
Excellent Vent. And your right – the DNC now is nonthing like the DNC of Scoop Jackson or John Kennedy. It used to be a respectable party.
I hope that the RNC has some ‘operatives’ there to tape it all. I would think it would provide a bonanza of video for use against Socialist -oh sorry- ‘Democratic’ canidates. But knowing the RNC they will miss yet-another-opprotunity.
CrazyFool on May 30, 2006 at 10:54 AM
And, as the Kos Kidz take over the Democratic Party, they will surely send it augering right into the ground…sound like anything you can think of? Maybe like some actions taken nearly five years back by their jihadi heroes? Which is what we’ll be in for again if they have their way…
Seriously, this doesn’t do the Democrats any good, and it doesn’t do the Republicans any good, either; without an effective opposition to hold them in check, there’s nothing to stop the GOP’s further decline away from proper conservative values.
Erbo on May 30, 2006 at 11:41 AM
Easy87: which psych journals are you referencing?
honora on May 30, 2006 at 12:01 PM
The left-wing kooks have taken over the Democrat Party. Someone from Move-On.org said, “its our party now we bought, we paid for it, we own it”. Erbo you are right the GOP must get back to our conservative roots. The Dems and their country club blue blood Republican friends would like nothing more than to see the break up of the conservative movement.
birdman on May 30, 2006 at 12:02 PM
Using opposition to check a party is like telling people “hey, you don’t know anything so on the safe side, vote for another party.”
Should we be selecting candidates instead of selecting party to vote for? If he is a good conservative Democrat, why not vote for him?
In Florida, many Democrats have been voting Republican not because they want to check the Democratic Party but because they like the candidates they are voting for.
Beside, take a look at those RINO, I don’t see any checking on the Democrats there, do you?…LOL You would have thought that Bush, Specter, Schumer, and Fiengold are in the same party!
Therefore, the best way to check a party is to select the best candidates during the primaries.
If we select another Bush in the primary istead of a true conservative, we deserve whatever coming to us.
Just a thought.
easy87us on May 30, 2006 at 12:05 PM
Horona, you got me there. I read those things long time ago while I was in college. I cannot recall the name now. Being an old yuppie I am lucky just to remember some of the thing I read.
I recalled that it was related to sexual harrassment in offices. You should be able to find many more current articles on this subject.
easy87us on May 30, 2006 at 12:09 PM
Erbo says:”without an effective opposition to hold them in check, there’s nothing to stop the GOP’s further decline away from proper conservative values.” Absolutely right-I’m all for an opposition party as a check/balance. Independent/Libertairan could fill the bill better than the Democrats. It would be a wonderful move forward for the country to have the Democrats lose political power-if the ship of state is constantly pulled left, then right, then left, then right…we get nowhere. And right,right, right, or left,left,left will have the ship going in circles.
Without Democrats we would have:
An end to abortion
A robust economy
A more positive role in world affairs.
No communist agenda dressed up in social/compassionate ideals.
And maybe we could actually Praise God without fear of a lawsuit.
Doug on May 30, 2006 at 12:11 PM
From Nixon’s “silent majority” to the Reagan revolution to Newt’s contract with America, voters have expressed their displeasure with the (McGovern-ite) Democrats. The stereotype has stuck.
Unfortunately, however, the recent priorities of the President and the Senate on the immigration issue did nothing to un-stick the Republican “big-business-first” stereotype.
Thus the dilemma of the great middle class.
Insanity is repeating a behavior over and over, and expecting a different result. How many more times will we “hold our nose” and vote for the RINOs?
We must do something different to bring about real change.
dman on May 30, 2006 at 1:05 PM
Tearing down the Democratic Party is real change and this should be the goal of all conservatives!
Until we tear down that party of liberalism( true communism), we have to keep the GOP intact.
One step at a time to take back our country!
It is absolutely WRONG to tear down the GOP now to let the Democrat taking over!
Don’t let the negative proganda influence you.
Don’t let George Bush succeed in tearing our conservative coalition apart!
easy87us on May 30, 2006 at 1:23 PM
Brah on May 30, 2006 at 1:52 PM
Just how do you propose conservatives “tear down” the Democrat party, given that we no longer vote for them? How do we break up their coalition with all the baggage (thanks to the RINOs) that the GOP carries?
The only solution is a NEW coalition.
dman on May 30, 2006 at 1:54 PM
No Worries there will enough Tin Foil Hats and Kool-Aid for all the Moonbats in Vegas. KOS for Clinton in 2008:d
Would it be wrong to round up all the Moonbats at Vegas and ship them off to Gitmo?
Didn’t KOS’s book like Flop? :))
Brah on May 30, 2006 at 1:57 PM
0 for 15
venmax on May 30, 2006 at 2:02 PM
easy87us Excellent post. We the base of the GOP should not let anyone “succeed in tearing our conservative coalition apart”. The conservative movement has been built over time from Bill Buckley, Barry Goldwater, and Ronald Reagan. We have had our victorys and defeats in the past, and we will have our victorys and defeats in the future. We must never lose sight of “the prize”, the destruction of the Democratic Party. The Democratic Party has always been, “the Party of slavery”, the GOP, “the Party of freedom”. I personally belive that we have not worked hard enough, and that we must work harder to achive our goals. Conserative values always trumps liberlism. The only way Conseratives lose in November is if they stay away from the polls. If we stay home on election day we have no one to blame but ourselves.
birdman on May 30, 2006 at 2:16 PM
They are falling apart already! Just take a look at them! The moonbats are taking over and the traditional Democrats are looking for a new party. I don’t think that they can do well in 2006. I think many Democrats will vote for RINO’s!
To start a new party now will let Democrats to take over even with a minority vote count! How can you let this happen if you are a truly conservative?
It is not the right time to start a fight internally. I think we should start the new party in 2007. This new party must be conservative based.
easy87us on May 30, 2006 at 2:18 PM
By the way, starting a new conservative party in 2007 will force the GOP to nominate a true conservative.
easy87us on May 30, 2006 at 2:20 PM
The conserative movement like Rome “was not built in a day”. Join the local GOP club, talk to the local GOP leaders, county, and state leaders to effect change. Hard work will bear fruit.
birdman on May 30, 2006 at 2:27 PM
The political calculus of Karl Rove and the Senate RINOs is to throw conservatives a ‘bone’ now and then, while actively courting the Hispanic vote. They are bound to each other and the Democrats by the globalist agenda. If that status quo is what you want, then fall in line and vote for the RINOs.
I am not suggesting that conservatives stay home. Indeed, we need to turn out in full force to help the House Republicans (who have been faithful to us) stay in power.
The Senate, however, is ALREADY under defacto Democrat and RINO control. Allowing the RINOs to lose their chairmanships will not substantially change anything, except for addded hearings that we can simply ignore. The President and House will check any outrageous Senate moves.
Also remember that Vice President Cheney is president ex oficio of the Senate. He has constitutional authority to chair that body ANYTIME HE WANTS. That would also put a crimp in the Moonbats’ style.
This is an ALTERNATIVE for many who are planning to stay home. Simply whining that we must ‘hold our noses’ just won’t cut it this year.
dman on May 30, 2006 at 2:35 PM
I see no future in rewarding GOPs who are RINOs. Our best bet is to find Indies or *anyone* who will vote conservatively. There is no way in h*ll I could vote for anyone who supported the Senate amnesty bill. If I had the choice between a RINO that voted for it or one of the 4 Dems who voted against, I would vote for the Dem.
I hope we can either get the message across by 2008 or raise up a new party.
CrazyFool, I dunno about the RNC but rest assured there are conservatives taping it like there’s no tomorrow. America needs to see!
ChelleFiche on May 30, 2006 at 2:41 PM
ChelleFiche I belive the Dems who voted against the immigration bill are up for election this year. If you vote for these people your voting for a snake.
birdman on May 30, 2006 at 3:06 PM
birdman, any RINO who voted FOR the amnesty bill is lower than a snake.
ChelleFiche on May 30, 2006 at 3:54 PM
ChelleFiche…I agree with you. But it is important to understand the Democrats are voting for amnesty too! At least the RINOs are not for open border but the Demos are!
Unless you can replace a RINO with a true patriot, you have to let them stay there until we have the luxury to get rid of them.
It is important not to let them destroy your life. Take a deep breath and let us look forward to the day that we can kick them Specter bunch out. We WILL! Patience will always prevail!
easy87us on May 30, 2006 at 4:06 PM
Keep hitting them hard Michelle.
Don’t let the likes of any Crooks get away.
Vote on someone who truely believes in :
American People 1st*
Building/Strengthen Our Military*
Keeping Our Military*
Sending those who commit Treason in Prison*
Includes congressmen women/senators both male and female.
alyce on May 30, 2006 at 4:16 PM
Enforcing laws already on the books*
NTWR on May 30, 2006 at 4:49 PM
1. Funny thought: the Mentos Kids having a political convention. Can you just see it? And the Dem lefty nutbags like Boxer and Pelosi are joining in — I Love It!
2. Has anyone seen a list of RINO Senators who have possible conservative primary opponents that we could support? That would be constructive.
3. Re: the DogBreathLake posting by Hanoi Jane Hamster. Funny: did you notice that there isn’t a single comment to this horrid screed? Even the Moonbats were speechless. Heh.
Jaibones on May 30, 2006 at 5:44 PM
Rewatching that Lamont ad spoof, it’s no wonder I initially mistook it as genuine. It really fits the subject matter!
jaleach on May 30, 2006 at 6:14 PM
I think I was more mad at it’s easy for Michelle to get the info than our lawmakers.
They are just plain criminals…
alyce on May 30, 2006 at 6:16 PM
..Michelle, Sounds like you’re bringing more O’Reilly viewers to your blog and vlog? Great!..
Ben Here on May 30, 2006 at 10:06 PM
Nice vent as usual. I may have misheard, but Mark Warner is the former Governor of Virginia. The current governor is Tim Kaine.
High Desert Wanderer on May 30, 2006 at 10:08 PM
After reading that screed, I think I understand Bill Maher’s appeal. I could never figure out who would find him funny; I think I get it now. Those horrible things they said about O’beirne, and what that nancy boy Pareene said about Michelle last week, that’s high comedy to them. I mean, that’s all they’ve got. They are so far gone they can’t even see what they’ve become. They revile the KKK for the horrible things they said about blacks in the 50′s, and they say even more vile things themselves now about people they have political disagreements with. Intellectual heft to them is coming up with ever wilder conspiracy theorys to explain how they are the only people smart enough to see what’s really going on. They don’t even bother coming up with cogent policy positions. All they have is verbal violence. Can the physical threat be that far behind? I really am starting to wonder…
austinnelly on May 30, 2006 at 10:53 PM
On the Kos issue, as was stated on other threads. Can anyone explain the appeal of the Daily Kos? I spent a little time going thru it and can find nothing but childish rants, quasi-conspirary theories and just plain hate. Or have just explained the appeal in my previous sentence?
jcon96 on May 31, 2006 at 5:57 AM
The people putting on the Kos convention need to consider the high probability of spontaneous-hate combustion.
As I see it the common threads that tie the participants of this convention together are:
1. Acidic, bile-pumping hatred (aka B.D.S)
2. Barely contained emotional outrage over their victimhood
3. The sense that any number of things (elections, the country, the government etc.) have been stolen from them
After a few days of this pot getting stirred I predict at least one hippie will burst into flames.
Rosetta on May 31, 2006 at 10:41 AM
Great “rant,” which was actually a voice of reason. I am ashamed to have once been part of a movement that resorts to such vile tactics. In fact, one reason for my change is that although during his presidency I believed Reagan to be an idiotic dolt (my views are now radically different), I could never dislike him personally and was appalled at the raw personal hatred and vindictiveness my like-minded political friends displayed toward him.
I have always admired Michelle’s exposure of the vicious and pornographic smears leveled at her by those who cannot or will not bother to argue her intellectual points. That they do this while labeling conservatives as the most mean-spirited denizens of the world is psychological projection at its worst. Undoubtedly, they expect that Michelle will be too embarrassed to publicly reveal the slime sent her way or the e-mail names of the slanderers. They underestimate their quarry! If they haven’t learned by now that she won’t flinch, they never will!
The blog left is no more fit to govern than the John Birchers were in the 50s. However, whereas there was never any threat of the Birchers seizing the Republican Party, the tin-foil left is well on its way to becoming the heart and soul of the Democratic Party.
ptolemy on May 31, 2006 at 10:55 AM
ptolemy: “That they do this while labeling conservatives as the most mean-spirited denizens of the world is psychological projection at its worst.”
Precisely. That is exactly why I, raised in an absolutely apolitical home, shunned the dimmocraps when I was 9 yrs old watching Watergate. They were so incredibly petty, hypocritical, just…lowbrow mean jerks, and EVERYONE(abc, nbc,cbs,pbs) hated him(Nixon). I knew I had to be Republican, because the Dims just sucked, and anyone they hated, I rooted for.
I suffered many asswhippings from my hardcore JW mother for my interest in Watergate. I still would like to know what Nixon did that every other President didn’t do.
BTW, I am not a JW. I quit many years ago.
ecamorg on May 31, 2006 at 10:05 PM
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