Thursday, August 25, 2005

Jennifer Loven Strikes Again


I've written about her before.

Google her name and you'll find a long list of indictments that leave no doubt- this woman is nothing more than a card-carrying Bush-basher who (poorly) disguises herself as a legitimate "news person."

Her latest shot at Bush is laughable at best:

Of All Gas Consumers, Bush May Be Biggest

Getting President Bush from here to there consumes an enormous amount of fuel, whether he's aboard Air Force One, riding in a helicopter or on the ground in a heavily armored limousine. The bill gets steeper every day as the White House is rocked by the same energy prices as regular drivers. Taxpayers still foot the bill.


Is there anyone out there who can still take this woman seriously?

Cindy Sheehan

I am done with this topic- if you really want some hard-hitting reports about this woman and her merry band of lunatics, I strongly recommend Huffington's Toast. I especially enjoy Michael Moore's "Letters from the Fat Farm." Great stuff!

Debate This

I've seen a few things floating around the comments lately...

If Bush really thinks this is a noble cause, then his daughters should be over there fighting as well.

I simply can't believe how ridiculous that statement is.

1) The last thing I would ever want is for our Commander-in-Chief to have a son or daughter serving in the military. That would be a conflict of interest that could seriously impact national security. If it happens, it happens- but as an American citizen, I would strongly oppose it.

2) The Bush twins actively campaigned for their father last year. They supported the troops by supporting their cause as well as the mission, and they put themselves in harms way in order to do so- there are plenty of whackos out there. Most Americans their age didn't even vote.

But really, think about how stupid this is. Here's the new liberal mantra:

Force your adult sons or daughters into doing whatever you want them to do! It's the only way to prove your devotion to a cause!

Seriously, I just can't believe it.

Here's another gem:

The war is based on a lie, because now we know that Iraq was not linked in any way to what happened on 9/11.

Wow, that's a fantastic talking point! It makes you sound really smart and worldly until I politely ask you to show me one single solitary shred of evidence that the Bush administration linked Iraq to what happened on 9/11. Go ahead. I'm waiting. Still looking? OK, stop looking- you won't find it. Therefore, your argument has no basis in reality.

You see, the Michael Moore liberals in this country have an interesting way of structuring their arguments. They lie about what you said, and then they call you a liar because of what you didn't say. I can do that, too. Watch this:

I say: "Jimmy Carter is such a liar because he said that Saddam Hussein used to hang out with him at NASCAR races."

Libby the Liberal says: "What??? Jimmy Carter did not say that!"

I say: "Yes, he did! Fatty Fatfinger said so in his latest movie!"

It's actually kind of fun- insert your own B.S. arguments and have at it. You can keep yourself busy for hours...

Before I went to Iraq, I was 100% sure that Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11. Nobody ever tried to tell me that Saddam was in any way responsible for that terrible day. We weren't going there to avenge 9/11, folks. We went there to help prevent the next 9/11. It was the second step in what is sure to be a long drawn out campaign that is likely to see even more destinations in the mideast. If you can't figure that out, and you're still foaming at the mouth over all those lies that were never told- well, then, that's you're own fault...

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