Archive for April, 2004

April 28, 2004

Some actual facts and figures about unemployment.

April 28, 2004

Still more on UNSCAM

April 28, 2004

I believe we have a new defination of chutzpah:

“Democratic Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York urged marchers to vote in big numbers on Nov. 2 to evict an administration ‘filled with people who disparage sexual harassment laws.’ “–from an Associated Press dispatch on Sunday’s abortion-rights march, April 26

April 28, 2004

IF you can’t take the heat…

“If George Bush wants to make national security an issue in this campaign, I have three words for him that I know he’ll understand. Bring it on!”–John Kerry, quoted in the New York Times, Feb. 1

“Call off the Republican attack dogs.”–Democratic National Committee chairman Terry McAuliffe, responding to Dick Cheney’s speech on John Kerry’s defense record, quoted by the Associated Press, April 26

April 28, 2004

More on the UN Oil for Food Scandal.

April 27, 2004

Kerry Must Go! says that tool of the VRWC, the Village Voice.

April 27, 2004

John Kerry: the next Wesley Clark?

April 27, 2004

Sudan has ordered the removal of Syrian missiles and weapons of mass destruction out of the African country.

Gee, I wonder what prompted them to do that?

The sources said the Bashir regime has been alarmed over the prospect that the United States would discover the Syrian arsenal and conclude that Damascus and Khartoum were cooperating in the area of missiles and WMD. They said this would have delayed or dashed U.S. plans to lift sanctions from Sudan.

Hmmm…that could be it. Perhaps it was the prospect of having a Ranger battalion come knocking at the doors of the Sudanese leaders that made them decide to come clean.

Syria, please take note…

April 27, 2004

There is no SUV…via Wonkette

Poor Kerry. The media is so hung up on his possessions: He threw away his Vietnam medals, he didn’t throw them away. They were his medals, they weren’t his medals. He owns an SUV, no, his family owns an SUV. Do not call him a hypocrite, call him a Zen master. For him, objects are transient and ephemeral — not really worth “owning.”

He feels the same way about political positions.

April 27, 2004

Rewrites of history by the Kerry website.