Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Traitors Among Us

The German-American Bund was a NAZI front organization active in the US during the 1930s.

It was outlawed following our entry into the war in 1941.

CAIR, the Councial on American Islamic Relations is the German-American Bund of our generation. They're unabashed apologists for the Jihadists and agile exploiters of our freedoms.

Fortunately, they're not that agile.

According to this article titled "We have right to know truth about CAIR", by Mychal Massie at WorldNetDaily, their spokesman, Ibrahim Hooper, can't take the heat very well.

Conventional wisdom would dictate if you, your group-organization and/or religion as a whole were viewed with contempt by some, skepticism by many and distrust by nearly all, it would be prudent to try to diffuse ill-will.

But said logic is not part of a reasoned thought process when it comes to the Council on American-Islamic Relations – at least, it doesn't appear to be part of Ibrahim Hooper's, their director of communication.

Appearing on my talk show "Straight Talk with Mychal Massie," Mr. Hooper displayed the character of a petulant child as he feigned indignation so as to cut short the interview that would have forced him to articulate the truth of his position.

In less than five minutes of air time, the person responsible for putting forth a favorable presentation of CAIR hung up, leaving the audience with nothing to warrant a change in opinion of him, his organization or his religion.

You can read the rest at WorldNetDaily.

Kisses From the Left

There have been a few interesting comments regarding my now famous Fourteen Points.

Some of the messages have been supportive. Others have been honest, thought-out expressions of concern that I go too far.

And a few fall into this category:

Anonymous said...

Dude, Get a spam filter or something.And how ironic that the site hosting the petition advertises

muslim clothing and dating services.

Oh and F**K your petition you fascist b*****d!!!

First, it is ironic that Google's ad engine would detect the term "islam" in my post and send Islamic dating services my way. Good eye Mr. Anonymous, if that's your real name. In fact, I see these ads as a kind of public service. If some lonely Jihadist can get hooked up via my site, then maybe he can redirect some of that sexual frustration into something more productive than blowing himself up in a crowded train. Anyway, have you seen some of these guys? If they can get a date any other way except via e-mail, then I'm the Grand Caliph.

However, I gotta say, I really appreciated the cleverness of Mr. Anonymous' last comment. That must be the first time I've heard anyone on the left use the "fascist" label to attack those of us who are smarter, faster and more perceptive than they are.

The left likes to use that word, but I don't think they really understand what it means.

Here's the Dictionary.com definition:

fas·cism n.

often Fascism

1. A system of government marked by centralization of authority under a dictator, stringent socioeconomic controls, suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship, and typically a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism.

2. A political philosophy or movement based on or advocating such a system of government.

My Fourteen Points are a recipe for conducting a war where we know the enemy is among us and hiding within the Islamic subculture in North America.

The Fourteen Points say nothing about "centralized authority". Our constitutional process would continue, but we'd have to reach back to the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII for justification, Bill Clinton's apology notwithstanding.

Where among my points is there any mention of "stringent socioeconomic controls"? Nowhere. I'm a friend of the free-market.

What about "suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship"? Wrong again. I might think they're treasonous, but Durbin, Moore and Kerry can keep on talking. So can Cindy Sheehan.

Finally, where's the "belligerent nationalism and racism"? There isn't any. Islam is not a race. And if someone out there thinks my disdain for the Arabs is racist, I'll have you know my DNA is probably closer to that of the residents of Gaza than it is to those of Crawford, Texas.

Finally, I'm certainly a nationalist, but a non-belligerent one. We're only fighting this war because they Jihadists attacked us.

So, lefty dimwits, read the dictionary.

Saturday, August 13, 2005

Sign the Petition - Fourteen Points for the Defense of the United States against Islamic Jihad

There are many who support the Fourteen Points I outlined in an earlier thread. Sign the petition and pass on the link to those who support our position.


Fourteen Points for the Defense of the United States against Islamic Jihad

I watch, with increasing frustration, the politically correct flailing of our government and public officials in the face of the Islamic threat.

I believe in civil liberties, but not in civil suicide.

Isalam does not deserve the protections offered enlightened religions under our constitution. First, Islam is a philosophy, not a race. So, attacks on profiling are meaningless. Second, its tenets with regard to non-believers are more akin to the vengeful and intolerant "theology" of Nazism than to the enlightened acceptance preached by Jews, Christians, Bhuddists, Hindus, Zoroastrians and others.

A good place to learn more about our enemies is at Jihad Watch. To witness how readily the West seems to subjugate its values to Islam, see their sister site at Dhimmi Watch. A reguar reading of these sites is a frightening look into the moral abyss that is Islam.

Any study of Islam reveals an ideology steeped in the philosophy of violent Jihad. Jihad does not mean some internal struggle of the soul towards enlightenment. Rather, it is clearly defined as the unshakable obligation of each and every Muslim to make war, physical war, against the non-believer, offering him three choices: acceptance of Islam; subjugation, and the payment of a poll tax, "jizya", as a second-class member of society; or death.

Is that clear enough? You can join them, be a virtual slave or DIE!

Although we often hear of moderate Muslims, what does this mean? It means we are speaking of muslims who know little of their fath. Jihad is as much a part of Islam as the Holy Trinity is a part of Catholicism.

In this country, as in other western nations, we are surrounded by enemies of the Republic: Wahabist chaplains in the military; the Council on Islamic-America relations (CAIR); Islamic terror front groups; ACLU apologists; who sabotage our attempts to protect oursleves and our children; Al-Qaeda cells; the loony left of the Democratic Party; treasonous members of Congress, including John Kerry, who undermine our war efforts. All of these enemies of America are the willing dupes of the purveyors of Jihad.

My patience has run out. I'm ready for extreme measures to defend our lives and property.

With the spectre of bomb blasts in London, and every likelihood that Muslims in this country are planning the same, or worse, in our streets, the time has come to accept that Islam is the problem.

Islam today is evil. There has been no reformation, no emergence of a strong movement for positive change to align Islam with the values of the West. To do so would destroy the essence of the faith. What good Muslim could accept that?

Those who call themselves Muslims are, if not guily, deserving of our suspicion.

My first preference would be the conquest and forced conversion to Christianity of the Muslim world. You might ask why I, as a Jew, suggest converting them to Christianity? Because I believe there are enough good Christians in this world to hold the bastards down while they learn to behave.

In the meantime, we need to defend our own shores against the Islamic hordes, many of whom are already here.

Therefore I make the following declaration:

  • The United States is engaged in a war against Islamic terrorists conducting a Jihad against the whole of western civilization.
  • These Islamic terrorists cannot function without Islamic state sponsorship in the form of funds, sanctuary and moral support.
  • Jihad is an integral part of Islamic theology as evidenced by the text of the Koran, numerous Hadiths, interpretations and extensions of the Koran, as well as the repeated pronouncements of modern-day Islamic jurists and religious authorities.
  • While Islam calls out for “peace” and “equality, these refer only to the peace of Islamic worldwide hegemony and equality among Muslims.
  • No Islamic authority, in any western nation, has unconditionally condemned Islamic terrorism. All such pronouncements decry attacks against “innocents” but, according to Islamic law, no non-believer who has refused to accept Islam is innocent.
  • Since any act in the furtherance of Islamic hegemony is allowed, no statements by Muslims should be unconditionally believed.
  • We are now engaged in a war to the death against an Islamic culture under the domination of Jihadists and our war against Islamic terror is no less than a war against the fundamental s of Islam itself.

We Resolve:

That, in order to protect our nation, and our civilization, from the depredations of Islam, we should act according to the following principles:

  1. A declaration that Islam is a political ideology and is not subject to the religious protections afforded under the Constitution of the United States.
  2. Suspension of the security clearances of all Muslim employees of the federal government.
  3. The ending of Muslim chaplain services in the US military, and throughout the federal government, including the prison system.
  4. A declaration that any use of weapons of mass destruction against the United States by Islamic terrorists will be met by an immediate nuclear strike against Mecca and Medina.
  5. In the event of a major Islamic terrorist attack within the United States, the internment of Muslim citizens for their own protection.
  6. Indefinite imprisonment of any suspected member of any organization that engages in, supports or condones terrorism anywhere in the world.
  7. Confiscation of all property of any convicted member of any organization that engages in, supports or condones Islamic terrorism anywhere in the world.
  8. Ending all Muslim immigration into the United States, from any country.
  9. Suspension of all immigration, regardless of religious affiliation, from any member state of the Arab League.
  10. Loyalty oaths for all federal employees wherein they must declare their allegiance to the constitution of the United States of America and swear adherence to Judeo-Christian ethics.
  11. Loyalty oaths for all state, county and municipal employees as a condition for receipt of federal funds.
  12. Deportation of all Muslims who are not US citizens.
  13. A Muslim, not a citizen of the United States, who violates US immigration law will be imprisoned indefinitely.
  14. Withdrawal of the United States from the United Nations and the eviction of that organization from their headquarters in New York City.

Friday, January 07, 2005

First Post in a While

It's been a long time since I posted. The election push and a new job pretty much exhausted my blogging energies.

Anyway, enough personal stuff.

I'm writing this from Israel. Tel Aviv to be exact. For seven years this was my home and I like to think I know this country pretty well. It's been two-and-a-half years since my last visit and it's easy, in that time, to forget the details of life here.

Israel's a fascinating mix of secular and religious; rich and poor; third-world construction and world-class high tech companies; west and east; freedom and socialism.

It really is a miracle the place exists at all.

Life here is still tough, as much due to the daily fight to get what's yours in this competitive, crazy mediterranena society as to security and economic challenges.

If you want a taste of dealing with Israel, then read on as I present a little dialogue I like to call "Cold Soup".


Setting: A cafe in the heart of Tel Aviv. You order soup. The waiter brings it and sets it in front of you. You take a spoonful. It's cold.

YOU: Waiter, this soup is cold.

WAITER (From across the room): No it's not.

YOU: Yes it is! It's completely cold.

WAITER (Approaching): It's fine!

YOU: What are you talking about? This soup is stone cold. If you don't believe me, then taste it yourself.

WAITER (Tasting): You didn't eat it quick enough.

YOU: But you just brought it to me not a minute ago.
WAITER: No I didn't.
YOU: Yes you did! I saw you. You brought it right over and put it on the table.

A slight pause.

WAITER: It's not supposed to be hot.

YOU: This is chicken soup. Chicken soup is supposed to be hot! Look at this. All the fat's solidified and floating on the top.

WAITER (Looking): That's not fat. That's special seasonings from the middle east.

YOU (exhasberated): Look, just bring me a fresh bowl of hot soup.

WAITER (Shrugging): I can't. I don't work here.
It's this ability to deny reality that's the key to Israeli success in the face of insurmountable odds.

Tuesday, November 16, 2004

Sign Up Today!

If you'd like to get regular New Conservative Voice updates, just fill in the form below.

You have my word: no spam!

All you'll get are the priceless benefits of being on my mailing list, which I share with NO ONE.

Online Contact Form

What is your name?

Where are you from?

E-mail address?

Free Email Forms from Bravenet.com


Thursday, November 11, 2004

Veterans' Day

To honor our warriors, I'm reprinting a piece sent to me by a very liberal friend. There's always hope that they'll see the light.


By Father Dennis Edward O'Brien, USMC

Some veterans bear visible signs of their service: a missing limb, a
jagged scar, a certain look in the eye. Others may carry the evidence
inside them: a pin holding a bone together, a piece of shrapnel in the
leg - or perhaps another sort of inner steel: the soul's ally forged
in the refinery of adversity. Except in parades, however, the men and
women who have kept America safe wear no badge or emblem. You can't tell a vet just by looking.

What is a vet?

He is the cop on the beat who spent six months in Saudi Arabia
sweating two gallons a day making sure the armored personnel carriers
didn't run out of fuel.

He is the barroom loudmouth, dumber than five wooden planks, whose
overgrown frat-boy behavior is outweighed a hundred times in the
cosmic scales by four hours of exquisite bravery near the 38th

She or he-is the nurse who fought against futility and went to sleep
sobbing every night for two solid years in Da Nang.

He is the POW who went away one person and came back another-or didn't
come back AT ALL.

He is the Quantico drill instructor who has never seen combat-but has
saved countless lives by turning slouchy, no-account rednecks and gang
members into Marines, and teaching them to watch each other's backs.

He is the parade-riding Legionnaire who pins on his ribbons and medals
with a prosthetic hand.

He is the career quartermaster who watches the ribbons and medals pass
him by.

He is the three anonymous heroes in The Tomb Of The Unknowns, whose
presence at the Arlington National Cemetery must forever preserve the
memory of all the anonymous heroes whose valor dies unrecognized with
them on the battlefield or in the ocean's sunless deep.

He is the old guy bagging groceries at the supermarket-palsied now and
aggravatingly slow-who helped liberate a Nazi death camp and who
wishes all day long that his wife were still alive to hold him when
the nightmares come.

He is an ordinary and yet an extraordinary human being-a person who
offered some of his life's most vital years in the service of his
country, and who sacrificed his ambitions so others would not have to
sacrifice theirs.

He is a soldier and a savior and a sword against the darkness, and he
is nothing more than the finest, greatest testimony on behalf of the
finest, greatest nation ever known.

So remember, each time you see someone who has served our country,
just lean over and say Thank You. That's all most people need, and in
most cases it will mean more than any medals they could have been
awarded or were awarded.

Two little words that mean a lot, "THANK YOU."

Remember November 11th is Veterans Day.

"It is the soldier, not the reporter, who has given us freedom of the
press. It is the soldier, not the poet, who has given us freedom of
speech. It is the soldier, not the campus organizer, who has given us
the freedom to demonstrate. It is the soldier, who salutes the flag,
who serves beneath the flag, and whose coffin is draped by the flag,
who allows the protester to burn the flag."
I also wanted to include this wonderful picture from Fallujah to wish the US Marines a Happy 229th Birthday. One of the finest officers I've ever known was my Company Officer at the Naval Academy. He was Major Tim Hannigan, USMC. If any of you know him, give him my best.

This is from yesterday's edition of the New York Post.

Here's a another marine, this time on Guadalcanal in 1942.

Courage and guts are timeless.

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

I Must Be Doing Something Right

Well, I got my first truly angry e-mail regarding the content of this site. If you take an ideological stand, defend it hard enough and voice your opinion loudly enough, you better piss a few folks off.

Here's the e-mail. I've withheld the last name for the sake of my detractor's privacy.

Date: Wed, 10 Nov 2004 10:10:01 -0800 (PST)
From: Sandi
Have you no shame?

Why you don't call you website hatevoice because that is all it is.

You may not have to answer for your bile filled rants in this life, but you will have to answer for them.

Conservative is a label that people like you have corrupted and ruined.

You are not conservative, you are hatefilled and evil. Your disgusting antics add nothing to the public discourse and an educated person should have a better moral compass. But then again, your site proves why you people think Bush has moral values. It's because you wouldn't know moral values is (sic) Jesus slapped you in the head with them.

I don't mind losing, but I sure hate losing to the likes of you. America deserves better representatives than your side has to offer. Don't gloat too long, 54 million of us agree, you (and Bush) are a disgrace. America may be slow to awaken, but awaken she will and when you are back on the losing side, I don't imagine you'll be gracious then either.

Keep believing your own propaganda, if people like you ever wake up, you'd have to commit suicide!

I'm not sure, but her "gloat" comment must refer to Admiral Van Orden's piece. Hey lady, he paid his dues and has every right to shout his joy from the rooftops.

I must admit, however, that the gentle, reasoned tone of her message makes a mockery of my shrill invective. Harridan!

Look, I view the left as enemies of freedom. They couch their philosophy in feel-good rhetoric and the fuzzy imagery of a false compassion, but all it really adds up to is condescension towards those they purport to fight for and legalized theft from the rest of us.

Just think about the hysteria that's been raised by the Republican victory. The red states are "dumb", "ignorant", "dependent" and "uneducated". Why, if they'd only listened to the old line media more often they couldn't help but see the light.

The only national discourse acceptable to the left is one where everyone agrees with their agenda. All this talk of "no mandate" is a codeword for dispensing with ideological principle and forcing uniformity. After all, there's only one correct path. Reminiscent of the Soviet Union's practice of putting dissidents into psychiatric hospitals, because anyone unhappy under socialism must be sick, the left now opines that anyone who disagrees with them must be brain damaged.

I'm intolerant towards the left for the same reason I'm intolerant towards Islamofascists: because there is no real compromise.

Anyway, here's a more positive message from another reader:

Date: mom, 08 Nov 2004
From: Tim Walker
To: tovbrog@conservativevoice.net
Subject: Thank you for such a
great article

Dear Mr. Brog,

I read with great pride the Nov. 7 article you wrote. You echoed my sentiments to perfection. I was so relieved that the Benedict Arnold Kerry did not win this election. He has never been made to account for his traitorous actions.

I shutter when I think how close this Quisling came to the oval office.

Thank you for your service to our country.



Thank you Tim.

Sunday, November 07, 2004

Michael Moore's Composition

There just aren't enough adjectives in my vocabulary to describe my revulsion at Michael Moore. A guy that used to serve with me in Germany, a fellow USAF reservist, would probably say he's "a waste of good protoplasm". I can't imagine any good protoplasm making up this obscene pile of waste.

Here Blogolution's version of what Michael Moore is made of

Click the picture for a larger version.

A Defeat Well Deserved!

This post only reinforces my conviction that the Republic was done a great service by its citizens when we defeated John Kerry, and all he represents, at the polls.

We've beaten back the barbarians. We've got every right to revel in the victory.

This retired Navy Admiral, and '45 graduate of my alma mater, agrees.

From a retired US Navy Admiral

M. D. “Dick” Van Orden (RADM USN, Ret.) U.S. Naval Academy '45

by Dick Van Orden

I am not normally a cheerful loser or a gracious winner. Whether its tiddly-winks or war at sea, I want to win, win, win! In fact, I hate to lose and when I win I sometimes want to rub the loser's nose in his defeat. After a sleepless night I feel just rotten enough that the past six months of lies and innuendos from the Kerry camp have it all come home to make me more vindictive than usual. As a result, I want to gloat. Here's why:

I am happy that the sound common sense of a majority of America's voters resulted in a solid victory for a true patriot-and in the humiliating defeat of a lying traitor. There was no doubt in my mind that Bush's truthfulness and forthrightness would prevail against the lies and half-truths of Kerry and his supporters, and I am pleased that a majority of good folks saw the light and pushed the Bush/ Cheney button for justice and for increasing support for the nation's bright future.

I am pleased that the left-leaning media-newspapers, radio, TV and newsmagazines-got their bell rung, but good. Now we are assured that these self-appointed "opinion makers" cannot pull the wool over the eyes of most of us, no matter how hard they twist the facts. Their early reporting of the "leaked" fraudulent exit polls, and their sponsorship of other badly skewed voter polls were designed to mislead voters, in which they failed-miserably. And Dan Rather deserves a special place in hell.

I am delighted that the fat, disgusting a-hole, Michael Moore did not achieve the success that he wished for and that he was repulsed by so many intelligent Americans. May his soul burn in hell.

I hope the Hollywood friends of Michael Moore-especially Barbara Streisand, Whoopi Goldberg, P-Diddler, and their friends-are roasting in the hell of their own making. It seems to me that they all offered to depart the U.S. if Bush won the first time, which they did not do. The time is now doubly ripe for their exit.

I am blissful that all the treasure and invective of George Soros devoted to defeating George Bush went for naught. I only wish for a financial future of similar poor decisions by Soros; I want to see him as bankrupt in bank account as he is in patriotism.

I find it particularly satisfying that the high ranking military suck-ups whose lack of integrity led them to desert their commander-in-chief and follow a lying cheat, even though they knew, or should have known, that his dismissal from the Navy was "less than honorable," as detailed in the military record that he refused to release. It is sad that such Navy types as Bill Crowe, Stan Turner, and even Jimmy Carter would be in that group. It is obvious that their motivation was the hope of a cushy job when their new-found knight in shining armor moved into the White House. Even their strategy was flawed, for Kerry is, and always has been, anti-military; he only used his military service-and those military "advisors"-for personal political gain. He would never have offered that cushy job, once he had used them, just as he never voted for the needed armament that they and their shipmates and their Marine Corps, Army, and Air Force brothers-in-arms needed so badly.

I am thrilled that the whiners who have complained bitterly about the "stolen" 2000 Presidential election must leave that fallacy in the past and now try to find something else to whine about-maybe they can even develop a fantasy that the four million vote plurality was a miscount, and continue their whining as they slink away into their caves.

It pleases me that Kofi Annan and the other United Nations sycophants failed miserably when they tried so hard to influence this election to ensure that a more pliable President Kerry would be elected. I hope they will now realize that either they clean up the bureaucratic, corrupt, do-nothing UN, or they will be short of funds when the Bush-led US decreases-or ends-its support.

I am overjoyed at the failure of Osama bin Laden's carefully timed video of invective against the US and its President in hopes of using Islamic scare tactics on the American people. Bin Laden's aim was to entice our voters to elect a new President who will not be as robust in his pursuit of terrorists and more willing to "negotiate" with Islamic Fundamentalists. He did not understand that Americans are not so panicky as the French, fearful as the Spanish, or unthinking as the English. (As for the Germans, they should know better; we have defeated them in battle often enough to convince them of the rightness of our ways.) I hope Osama dies in a blast from a bunker-buster before he gets a chance to make another video or another attack on our nation.

The blatant attempts of European nations and the EU to cause our President discomfort in his efforts to bring peace to the world make me glad that they are so disappointed with the election results. My joy is unbounded at the chagrin of the French and German and other anti-Bush, anti-American nations (including the people of the UK-but not their loyal and faithful government led by Prime Minister, Tony Blair). Now let those U.S.-sheltered Europeans worry about the end of American financial and military assistance when they have problems. Let them beg for American military aid and other handouts that have helped to sustain their economies. And let them perish in their own sweat when we remove out troops from Germany, the Balkans, and other trouble spots where we have pulled their chestnuts out of the fire.

I relish the hope that Islamic fundamentalists will now understand the election result as a blow from which they cannot recover. It fills me with joy that their dreams of world domination will be shattered by Bush's and the American nation's resolve to see them defeated and sent to join their Allah-without the 72 virgins waiting for them.

It pleases me more than I can say that the Senate Minority Leader, Thomas Daschle lost his seat. As the leading obstructionist for the Democrat party, he was primarily responsible for withholding approval of many Bush appointments to Federal judgeships, high-level positions, and other necessary personnel. Good riddance.

The demise of the junk-yard dog, loudmouth James Carville, also brings me great happiness. That happiness is further enhanced by the victory of the first Republican to win a Senate seat in Louisiana, Carville's home state.

I am delighted with the success of John O'Neil and his Swift Boat Vets-and with those thousands of non-Swifties who joined with them-on their forthright revelation of the truth of Kerry's service in Vietnam. They took a truthful but difficult position and made an impact-good and honorable Navy men all. Bush gets gentlemanly credit for not using them and their data in his campaign to demean Kerry, but the word was out that they spoke the truth. I maintain that they were the MVPs of this election; their testimony turned the tide against Kerry, and he never recovered.

And, finally, I must express my unbounded gratification at the defeat of Senator Kerry, a worthless Senator, anti-military extremist, lying self-promoter, and former Naval officer who disgraced us all. His traitorous collusion with the enemy is second only to that of Jane Fonda. He should have been court-martialed for giving aid and comfort to the enemy in time of war. His dishonorable quest for medals and a quick return to the US, where he turned against his shipmates and lied about their actions resulted in a less than honorable separation from the Navy. Jimmy Carter's amnesty allowed him to file for, and get, an honorable discharge 18 years after he left the service. He should have received a court martial.

While my thoughts may seem to be mean-spirited, do not be confused-they really are mean-spirited, as I mean them to be. I have suffered the tortures of the damned over the past year as I heard and read the lies and nasty remarks from politicians, citizens, and media "experts" about our President. I have barely tolerated the feeble but divisive attempts of foreign and domestic peaceniks to build a case against our war on the Islamic fundamentalists, who use terrorism as a weapon against us in order to intimidate out citizens and drive some of our gutless politicians to seek "negotiations" to avoid "confrontations" with those who seek to kill our citizens.

Most of all, I have seethed with anger at those who shamefully derided out military, blissfully reporting on their failures and neglecting their successes. They triumphantly celebrated our difficulties by running daily body counts of our own heroic men killed in battle with the enemy, even publishing their pictures in papers and on TV as if to mock the President who sent them to defend our nation. I have only disgust for such tactics. And those are the very same people who now plead for "united actions" in the House and Senate, now that they are in a steadily declining minority. I would advise our President to "watch your six" because these are really enemies and they are not to be trusted.

Four more years! How sweet it is!

No reaching across the isle for me!

Thursday, November 04, 2004

We Dodged the Bullet!

Thanks to the Swift Vets and POWs For Truth, as well as the American electorate's fundamental sense of right and wrong, we've avoided a disasterous John Kerry presidency.

To the Swifties and their POW allies, THANK YOU! You left your grandkids, took up the banner and, once again, put yourselves in harm's way to defend the country. We didn't let you do it the first time, more than 30 years ago, and John Kerry defiled your honorable service anyway. Now the victory is yours and you can return to your lives having seen a renewed nation finally repudiate the traitors of the anti-war, anti-military, anti-American left.

As for uniting the nation and healing the wounds. The liberal left can go to hell. I would no more try to compromise with them than I'd willingly engage in a civil discussion of the Nuremberg Laws with a Nazi in 1933.

The left is wrong, evil, destructive, venal, abhorent, vile, disingenuous, treasonous, immoral, corrupt, thieving, arrogant, self-righteous, condescending, seditious, greedy, manipulative, conniving, debased, dishonorable, un-American and unworthy of any respect or consideration whatsoever.

To paraphrase Mark Levin, I wanna reach across the isle to these people......and give 'em a slap.

In honor of the veterans that turned this race around and kept a loyal American in the White House, I offer you this:

Click on the picture for a larger version.

The text reads

On November the 2nd, 2004
"WE" will be vindicated, forevermore.
Coming together, all sisters and brothers
Those who survived, as well as the "others".

We suffered in silence for 30+ years
Scorned and ridiculed, we shed a few tears.
Jane Fonda, John Kerry. what do you hear?
The millions of Vets, siniging out-loud and clear!

When all the votes are finally tallied
Some will ask, perplexed, why Kery never rallied.
Pundits and pollsters will be confused
While we Vietnam Vets, will be, simply, amused.

For we wil know the reasons, you see?
It is no mystery for you and for me.
All other hurdles Keryy was able to surmount
It was the 58,000 votes, he thought, would NOT count!

By Anonymous

Mission accomplished!!

Tuesday, November 02, 2004

Hints of a Bush Win

Democratic pollster Mark Mellman, in the latest edition of The Hill, seems to be laying the groundwork for excusing a Kerry defeat.

The article is here.

Based on all factors, economic, security and the Bush team's popularity numbers, he admits to the strength of the President:

So while Bush faces formidable obstacles, not the least of which is Kerry himself, the senator also faces a strong candidate. Bush is weaker than some other incumbents but much stronger than those who have been defeated.
In fact, he admits that "an expert forecasting model suggests that Bush will get 51.6 percent of the two-party vote".

All this from a very partisan voice. According to his bio, "Mellman is president of The Mellman Group and has worked for Democratic candidates and causes since 1982, including Sen. John Kerry this year".

Monday, November 01, 2004

It Ain't Over Yet!!

Former SecNav to Speak Out on Kerry Discharge!

A post on the Swift Vets' forum contained the following startling announcement:


I had a conversation with Bill Middendorf earlier today. Bill was the Secretary of the Navy from April 1974 to January 1978. I got to know Bill well when he was Ronald Reagan\'s Ambassador to the OAS and we worked together on support for the Contras.

Bill has agreed to publicly state that to the best of his knowledge and recollection, John Kerry was dishonorably discharged from the military and fought to have this reversed while he (Bill)was SECNAV, which Bill of course refused to do. When Carter became president, Kerry secured the honorable discharge from Bill\'s successor.

The OTH (Other Than Honorable)discharge story has been out for a while, but for a former Secretary of the Navy to confirm it is major news. WorldNetDaily will be headlining it, as should the Washington Times tomorrow, and possibly Drudge. For some reason, Drudge, whom Jerry Corsi (coauthor of Unfit for Command) just talked to a few minutes! ago, is resisting. I also gave the story to Neal Cavuto at Fox.

Jack Wheeler

If this is true, it could be a dream come true for our side.

Let's hope it's real and that it comes in time to have some effect.

John Kerry's Dishonorable Discharge, Part IV, Final

Well, Thomas Lipscomb has published what will have to be the final word before we go to the polls tomorrow regarding John Kerry's military discharge.

Here's the link.

Even if all the evidence points to a less-than-honorable, it's still circumstantial until Kerry releases his records by signing a Form 180. It's a pretty sure bet he won't do that.

So, don't expect any of the mainstream media to pick up on this.

Sunday, October 31, 2004

John Kerry's Discharge, Part III

OK, it seems Dishonorable Discharge is probably not the right title. Kerry could only have received one of those if he was court-martialed and convicted, which would be part of the public record. However, he most likely received a less-than-honorable discharge.

Earl Lively, a 30+ year veteran of the military makes a convincing case here. You may remember that Colonel Lively was the Director of Operations at Texas Air National Gaurd Headquarters when Bush served.

His contention, as was mine in an earlier post, is that the Navy is "stonewalling" the release of documentation that would incriminate Kerry to cover up its own institutional complicity in protecting him under Carter.

The Navy doesn't want to admit it succumbed to political pressure to restore honors stripped from a discredited turncoat. In hiding the truth, the Navy Department dishonors even the lowest-ranking sailor who ever swabbed a deck.

One of his key points is the confusion, compounded by Kerry's own disingenuous explanations, surrounding the reissue of his medal certificates. Kerry's version of events just does not ring true.

Senator Kerry has said that his medal certificates were reissued because he lost them (and his dog ate his homework, I suppose). Rewards are certified in one's permanent personnel record jacket. If you lose a medal, you can get a replacement medal if your records show the award. The only way awards would have to be reissued is if they were rescinded and deleted from your records. And this narrows the possibilities down to a dishonorable discharge or an undesirable discharge.

It will be a tragedy if we allow this man to be elected.

A Kerryesque Future?

I don't think this is far from the truth if John Kerry is elected.

John Kerry's Discharge, Part II

There's been a lot of confusion, side-stepping and odd silences regarding John Kerry's departure from the Navy.

The Navy Chief who's been pursuing this doggedly is quietly toiling away. A DC rally addressing this issue, scheduled for today, Sunday, has been canceled. The Swift Vets and POWs For Truth are silent.

I have spoken with Don Nelson, as well as the Swift Vets, and can vouch for the authenticity of the original letter posted here. As for the truth, there's an all-out effort to get at it and present it with every "t" crossed amd every "i" dotted so the story holds up against the inevitable Kerry/Edwards smear campaign.

We'll just have to wait for Tom Lipsomb, the New York Sun reporter that broke this story, to do his work.

As a passionate believer in the Swift Vet mission, all I can say is "hurry it up, 'cause there ain't much time left".

Kerry is one of the greatest threats to our national security and integrity since Reconstruction. His collusion with our enemies, sympathy for anti-American institutions around the world and opposition to any application of American power would do incalculable damage to the United states and the cause of freedom everywhere.

Let's hope we don't miss an opportunity to reveal Kerry for what he is by being too cautious.

It's now or never patriots!

Friday, October 29, 2004

The Magic of Botox

Astounding medical science!

Amazing results in seconds!

See the proof here!

Thursday, October 28, 2004

John Kerry's Dishonorable Discharge

Through a very reliable source, I received a copy of the following e-mail to Sean Hannity asking his help in exposing the truth about John Kerry's discharge papers from the US Navy. The author is a retired former Navy lawyer and he references the former personal lawyer to then Secretary of the Navy J. William Middendorf.

If these two gentlemen can shed light on the truth of John Kerry's record, then the American people have a right to know.



I was on active duty as a U.S. Navy lawyer when all of this was going on some 25 to 30 years ago, and so was Mark F. Sullivan, who at all relevant times was the personal lawyer to J. William Middendorf, then the Secretary of the Navy. We remember.

We are trying to break this absolutely true story nationwide, i.e., Fox News, C Span, and hopefully all the major networks. We are positive that John Kerry was one of those dishonorably dismissed from the Navy for collaborating with the Viet Cong, after he was released from active duty but still in the Navy, and for a totally unauthorized trip to Hanoi. He later got an "honorable" separation in 1978, some 12 years after joining the Navy, under President Carter's "Amnesty Program" for draft dodgers, deserters, and other malcontents who fled to Canada and Holland, among other places, to avoid military service to our country.

This is why he has refused, and continues to refuse, to release all of his Navy records: they reflect that he was Dishonorably Dismissed from the United States Naval Service. If they do not (which they do), he would have released them to the public. Again, he has not done so, because he well knows that the truth would kill his challenge to President Bush.


Let's hope this story continues to develop.

Wednesday, October 27, 2004

Stolen Honor

We all owe it to the veterans of the Vietnam War, who served so honorably, as well as the future of our country, to take a look at the Stolen Honor video, a joint production of the Swift Vets and the POWs for Truth, that details John Kerry's self-serving lies and undeniable crimes. You can view it for free at the Stolen Honor web site, here.

They wrote:

Our goal since the beginning of our campaign has been to ensure the American people had a chance to hear the truth about Sen. John Kerry's time in Vietnam and his anti-war activities. With your help, we have raised millions of dollars to spread this message as far as we can.

Today we are taking another historic step. The documentary film "Stolen Honor" vividly portrays the impact of John Kerry's false testimony and statements about the Vietnam War. As of today, every American can see this film for free, in its entirety, at www.stolenhonor.com.

We encourage you to view this powerful work, but more than that, we need your help. Please take a few minutes today to tell your friends, family or others about this opportunity. Our goal is for every person on this list to convince 10 more people to watch the documentary and see and hear the truth about Kerry for themselves.

At the same time, we are releasing a new set of mini-documentaries filmed with Swift Boat Veterans, also available at www.stolenhonor.com. These three-to-five-minute movies discuss the controversies surrounding many of Kerry's wartime medals and his alleged secret mission into Cambodia -- a mission even his official biographer now says never happened. The short films take on:

John Kerry's First Purple Heart -- How did John Kerry get his first purple heart when all three officers required to approve it rejected his application?

Christmas in Cambodia -- John Kerry has repeatedly told of being in Cambodia on a secret mission, with it being seared in his memory. See what everyone else has to say.

The Sampan Cover Up -- An example of where we believe John Kerry simply filed a false action report to cover up his conduct.

No Man Left Behind -- You heard John Kerry tell America one story about his Vietnam service at the Democratic National Convention. Here's the true story of John Kerry's Bronze Star.

Third Purple Heart -- How we believe John Kerry faked a third purple heart in order to flee from Vietnam...not as a hero but in shame. We urge you to take the time to view these important works and thank you again for helping us tell the truth about John Kerry.

Please visit the site.