October 22, 2005

'South Park' Lampoons Overhyped Katrina Coverage

This post is from our Friends at Right from the Right. Funny stuff, please watch this.

I have said for years now that South Park is the most creative show on TV. It always has a political or social message...many can not see it because they are not smart enough to get past the toilet humor...Go here to see the clip mocking Katrina coverage.

October 21, 2005


While driving to the office this morning, I heard Nichole Devin of the new WISN Morning Spin (the leftie woman as Belling calls her) spouting off about Navy sonar and how it has a negative effect on migration patterns of whales and dolphins, etc. She said, Where is it written the humans are more important than any other creatures on the rest of the planet..

I would submit the following. Genesis 1:26 - And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.

So it is written, so it shall be done.

Why is it that lefites have an issue with being on top of the food chain? Does that mean we do not respect our planet? Of course not. Did you know that Disney was going to open a theme park in England, but the plan was scrapped due to two ducks who lived in the area? I'm not kidding two ducks caused the end of millions of dollars of expansion and hundreds of jobs. This has really gone too far.

October 20, 2005

Latest Carnival

The latest Carnival of the Badger is up at Subject To Change. If you like a good puzzle you must go and try to find the burried treasure. I tried, it gave me a headache.

Tom McMahon is a genius.

If simplicity and insight are genius then Tom McMahon is freakin Einstein.

Create a caption... Bears audition new Wideout, D'oh!

October 18, 2005

Waukesha Exec Results.

Uh the actual conservative beat the liberal pretending to be conservative, 68% to 32%.

I wonder how long it will be until the DNC tries to spin this into a victory? Sykes has some good insights on this.

Hey Scott, did you forget to vote?

By the way, I bet this makes Brian Kennedy feel all warm and squishy inside.

What's wrong with Government?

Pythagorean theorem: 24 words
The Lord's Prayer: 66 words
Archimedes' Principle: 67 words
The 10 Commandments: 179 words
The Gettysburg Address: 286 words
The Declaration of Independence: 1,300 words
U.S. Government regulations on the sale of cabbage: 26911 words

Think the press is on a witch hunt?

Karl Rove's Garage Proves to Be Typical
Oct 17 2:24 PM US/Eastern

Associated Press Writer

He is "the architect" who steered George W. Bush to victory four times, twice as Texas governor and twice as president.
But can Karl Rove organize his own garage? Can the master of Bush's political planning figure out where to put the ladders, paint cans and cardboard boxes?
Rove's wife, Darby, raised the white garage door one morning last week to show journalists outside the million-dollar brick home that the deputy chief of staff, assistant to the president and senior adviser wasn't home. All the interest came on the eve of his testimony Friday before a grand jury investigating who in the White House might have revealed the identity of a CIA operative.
There was no car in the garage. And the stuff left behind turned out not to be much different from what gathers dust inside most American garages.
The inventory, seen from outside:
_Some cardboard file boxes stacked one on top of the other, labeled "Box 6," "Box 4" and what appears to be "Box 7." No sign of boxes 1, 2, 3 and 5.
_What appear to be paint cans stacked alongside a folded, folding chair.
_A rather large wood crate marked "FRAGILE" and painted with arrows indicating which way is up. On top of the crate, two coolers.
_A tall aluminum ladder.
_A snow shovel leaned in front of another cardboard box.
_Wicker baskets inside of wicker baskets on top of a shelf running the length of the rear wall. Transparent plastic storage bins crammed with indiscernible stuff. Another cardboard box.
_In one corner, the rear wheel of a bicycle sticks out, along with what appears to be a helmet.
_Another ladder, this one green, leaning sideways.

October 17, 2005

What is the deal with these Democrats?

Well the Democrat strategy to win elective office seems to be coming into focus.

We can win if we pretend we are Republicans.

Tomorrow the voters in Waukesha County will go to the polls to elect a new County Executive to replace Dan Finley. The current county board chair, Jim Dwyer, has done everything he can to convince people he is a conservative. A smart strategy if you think about it. If you confuse just enough conservatives to vote for you and still pull your base, you just may sneak into office.

Dwyer trying to take claim for Finley's fiscal responsibility is just silly, he tried time and again to get increased spending in Waukesha County. The following comments are from Matt Thomas of New Berlin, who used to serve on the board:

On virtually every conservative reform issue, incumbent County Board Chairman Jim Dwyer is on the liberal side and newcomer to county politics Dan Vrakas is on the conservative side.
During my four years of service as a county supervisor from New Berlin, I served with Dwyer. At budget time each year, Dwyer voted for, advocated for, and to be quite frank, twisted arms of his fellow supervisors for a tax levy increase.

In contrast, the reform-minded Vrakas supports a tax freeze and has even co-sponsored tax freeze legislation.

So what we have is Dwyer who twisted arms for levy increases running on the fact that he lost those fights as a positive thing? Only one reason to say that, he is pretending to be something he isn't.

Remember the recent special election in Ohio? No? Ok here is a refresher. Paul Hackett, an Iraq war veteran ran for the house, in public he was vocally anti-Bush and anti-war even calling Bush a chicken hawk. But in his TV ads Hackett actually had a quote from George Bush, flags waving, patriotic music in the background, making the appearance that Bush supported his candidacy.

Hackett lost, but somehow the Dem's still tried to claim victory saying how well they ran in the district. Ran well they did, in a conservative district with a candidate who pretended to be a Republican, and still they lost. By the way, Hackett is going to give it a try on a state level and run against Senator DeWine. I'll be curious to see he if pretends to be a Republican again.

So here is the question. All we hear out of Democratic leaders of late is how bad Republican policies are. However, when a Democrat wants to be elected why do they pretend to be a Republican?

My guess is the people in Waukesha County understand who is who and will reject Dwyer in favor of Vrakas, something in the 61-39 range. And I wonder how many votes he will have lost strictly from pretending to be something he was not? Hey Kent Waynescott, there is an interesting question for your exit polling.