The ACLU (Satan's Army) is hell-bent on removing the Christian God from American society in the name of other's rights not to see, hear or speak of it. They are the tool of the New World Order, a bunch of shark lawyers who's founder was a communist. Like true con artists they do a good deed now and then while planning many evils. BEWARE the wolf in shark's clothing...

Friday, January 20, 2006


Worth reading no matter what you think of our President!
Things that will make you think a little:

There were 39 combat related killings in Iraq in January. In the fair city of Detroit there were 35 murders in the month of January. That's just one American City, about as deadly as the entire war-torn country of Iraq.

When some claim that President Bush shouldn't have started this war, state the following:

a. FDR led us into World War II.

b. Germany
>b. Germany never attacked us; Japan did. From 1941-1945, 450,000 lives were lost average of 112,500 per year.

c. Truman finished that war and started one in Korea. North Korea never attacked us. From 1950-1953, 55,000 lives were lost average of 18,334 per year.

d. John F. Kennedy started the Vietnam conflict in 1962. Vietnam never attacked us.

e. Johnson turned Vietnam into a quagmire. From 1965-1975, 58,000 lives were lost average of 5,800 per year.

f. Clinton went to war in Bosnia without UN or French consent. Bosnia never attacked us. He was offered Osama bin Laden's head on a platter three times by Sudan and did nothing. Osama has attacked us on multiple occasions.

g. In the years since terrorists attacked us, President Bush has liberated two countries, crushed the Taliban, crippled al-Qaida, put nuclear inspectors in Libya, Iran, and North Korea without firing a shot, and captured a terrorist who slaughtered 300,000 of his own people.

The Democrats are complainingabout how long the war is taking. But ..It took less time to take Iraq than it took JanetReno to take the Branch Davidian compound. That was a 51-day operation.

We've been looking for evidence for chemical weapons in Iraq for less time than it took Hillary Clinton to find the Rose Law Firm billing records.

It took less time for the 3rd Infantry Division and the Marines to destroy the Medina Republican Guardthan it took Ted Kennedy to call the police after his Oldsmobile sank at Chappaquiddick

It took less time to take Iraq than it took to count the votes in Florida!!!!

Our Commander-In-Chief is doing a GREAT JOB! The Military morale is high!

The biased media hopes we are too ignorant to realize the facts. They work with and in some cases FOR the ACLU who are terrorist, communist lawyers, hell bent on destroying traditional America and rising up a New World Order - with them and their ilk in charge!!!

But Wait there's more!

JOHN GLENN (ON THE SENATE FLOOR)Mon, 26 Jan 2004 11:13

Some people still don't understand why military personnel do what they do for a living. This exchange between Senators John Glenn and Senator Howard Metzenbaum is worth reading. Not only is it a pretty impressive impromptu speech, but it's also a good example of one man's explanation of why men and women in the armed services do what they do for a living.

This IS a typical, though sad, example of whatsome who have never served think of the military.

Senator Metzenbaum (speaking to Senator Glenn):
"How can you run for Senate when you've never held a real job?"

Senator Glenn (D-Ohio):
"I served 23 years in the United States Marine Corps. I served through two wars. I flew 149 missions. My plane was hit by anti-aircraft fire on 12 differentoccasions. I was in the space program. It wasn't mycheckbook, Howard; it was my life on the line. It was not a nine-to-five job, where I took time off to take the daily cash receipts to the bank."

"I ask you to go with me ... as I went the other a veteran's hospital and look those men ...with their mangled bodies .. in the eye, and tell THEM they didn't hold a job!

You go with me to the Space Program at NASA and go, as I have gone, to the widows and Orphansof Ed White, Gus Grissom and Roger Chaffee... and you look those kids in the eye and tell them that their DADS didn't hold a job.

You go with me on Memorial Day and you stand in Arlington National Cemetery, where I have more friends buried than I'd like to remember, and you watch those waving flags.

You stand there, and you think about this nation, and you tell ME that those people didn't have a job? What about you?"

For those who don't remember ..During W.W.II, Howard Metzenbaum was an attorney representing the Communist Party in the USA.Now he's a Senator!

If you can read this, thank a teacher.
If you are reading it in English thank a Veteran.

It might not be a bad idea to keep this circulating.


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  • At 12:09 PM, Blogger MissBitchPants said…

    Thank you for telling the truth about what has really happened and it still happening. President Bush is a great leader. Many people are afraid to say what they are thinking because they worry if it will be politically correct!

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  • At 12:37 PM, Blogger Ed Darrell said…

    You may want to check your "facts."

    1. US military deaths in Iraq were 47 in January '04, 107 in January '05, and 62 in January '06. Where did your source come up with lowball, erroneous figure of 39? I'm willing to wager your figures for Detroit are wrong, too. Go see Iraq combat figures:

    2. FDR asked for a declaration of war on Japan. Germany's treaty with Japan at the time meant that Germany automatically declared war on the U.S.

    3. Truman didn't start any war. Chinese-backed North Korean forces invaded South Korea. With a resolution from the Security Council of the United Nations, UN troops, under the command of Gen. Douglas McArthur, stepped in to stop the carnage. McArthur was not familiar with the UN peacekeeping role, however, and tried to win the war. We can debate whether that was appropriate -- but it's a flat out lie to claim Truman "started the war."

    4. The U.S. decision to get involved in Vietnam occurred in 1954 -- Eisenhower's term, not Kennedy's. Advisors to train the ARVN were in Vietnam as early as 1957. No one in the U.S. "started" the conflict. After all Vietnamese fought against Japan in World War II, Ho Chi Minh's forces asked for independence from France. When the U.S. refused to support U.S.-educated Ho's request for diplomatic help to get France to grant independence, Ho turned to other allies from World War II. They happened to be communist, alas.

    The claim that Kennedy started the Vietnam war is another flat out, contemptible lie.

    5. Johnson's actions in Vietnam were fully supported by your side at the time. Where were you to protest? Vietnam was a quagmire in 1954 -- Johnson tried to win it. The 58,000 lives lost total includes 1954 to 1975. Don't forget, it was Nixon who claimed to have a secret peace plan -- Nixon presided over the war from January 1969 to August 1974, five years -- and Ford had it for another year. Republicans presided over more war, and more U.S. deaths, than Johnson.

    6. Clinton did not "go to war" in Bosnia. It was a NATO action. Is there any war on Earth you have right? NATO intervened to stop a major threat of genocide in Europe's underbelly, in the Balkans. Unless you support genocide, complaining about that action -- in which not a single U.S. combat casualty occurred -- is truly contemptible.

    7. Sudan never offered bin Laden to U.S. authorities. Clinton did order cruise missle strikes on Osama's assets in Africa and Asia, and Clinton had a "get Osama" project going from 1994. President Bush signed the order to stop that hunt for Osama on January 22, 2001.

    Neither Afghanistan nor Iraq can be counted as "liberated." Both now are countries in the throes of civil war. The Taliban now has control of a third of Afghanistan, and political power in Pakistan that threatens the stability of that nation. Give Bush credit for getting Libya to back down on nuclear weapons, but be accurate about North Korea: Clinton had an agreement in place that put international inspectors in North Korea, shut down North Korea's nuclear program, and would have led to North Korea's rapprochement with South Korea. Bush shut the program down, forcing the inspectors OUT. You have the situation exactly bass ackwards.

    Finally, Metzenbaum had a long and solid career as an attorney in Ohio -- there is no indication anywhere that he ever represented the Communist party, though it would be no shame to represent any client. Under the ethical rules of attorneys, even despicable people get counsel -- that's our law, that's the American way. Shame on people who stupidly rail against America's better ideals.

  • At 1:19 PM, Blogger carynix said…

    Republican "talking points" make me sick. Bush didn't complete the job in Afghanistan before he entered a war of choice in Iraq; he let Osama Bin Laden get away. Now, the Taliban is resurgent in Afghanistan and we are stuck in a no-win situation in Iraq. Al-Qaida is stronger than ever as a result of the Bush miscues. Iran is on the brink of having nuclear arms, and North Korea has exploded a nuclear weapon. GOP apologists seem to think criticism of previous administrations is an acceptable response to Bush's blunders. We can talk about American history another day; today, we need to focus on the mess the GOP has us in.
    By most accounts, the votes in Florida did not get counted. The count was stopped by a 5-4 Supreme Court vote to short-circuit the election and declare Bush the winner, and he was being called His Fraudulency and "Ol' 5-4" right up until 9-11, when Americans were forbidden to discuss it anymore. Remember?
    George W. Bush is a colossal failure, and both military and civilian morale is in the toilet!
    Bully for the Devil! This is an ad hominem argument. It has nothing to do with the failed Bush foreign policies, but appeals to people's emotions rather than the intellect. The truth is, you can not rely on intellectual arguments because your Republican party is intellectually bankrupt.

  • At 2:13 PM, Blogger carynix said…

    1. Saying that FDR led us into war is pure bull****, whoever wrote this is dreaming.
    2. Germany declared war on the United Sttes. If this guy read his history, he would know this.
    3. Korea was a United Nation police action. No war was ever declared.
    4. It was Eisenhower got us going in Vietnam (Ike was a Republican)
    The administration of President Dwight D. Eisenhower undertook instead to build a nation from the spurious political entity that was South Vietnam by fabricating a government there, taking over control from the French, dispatching military advisers to train a South Vietnamese army, and unleashing the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to co

    5. Johnson was Johnson, another Texan, what can I say.
    6. So you believe Rush the drugaddict about Clinton and Ossama.
    From the August 11 edition of the nationally syndicated Rush Limbaugh Show:

    LIMBAUGH: [Former President Bill] Clinton was offered [Osama] bin Laden two or three times, turned him down. Turned down Sudan. Sudan offered it. So Clinton wasn't serious about it [terrorism].

    As Media Matters for America has noted, the false claim originated in an August 11, 2002, article on the right-wing news website that blared the headline "Clinton Admits: I Nixed Bin Laden Extradition Offer," distorting a speech Clinton made in 2002. While he did acknowledge in a July 8 interview with CNN chief international correspondent Christiane Amanpour that he mistakenly implied that the United States was offered bin Laden in that 2002 speech, at no point did Clinton say that Sudan offered bin Laden to the United States in the speech.

    The bipartisan 9-11 Commission found (pdf) "no reliable evidence to support" the claim that Sudan offered bin Laden to the United States and determined (pdf) that, based on Clinton's testimony, in "wrongly recounting a number of press stories he had read," Clinton had "misspoken" in his 2002 speech. Clinton further refuted the allegation in a June 20 interview on CBS's 60 Minutes when he said: "There was a story which is factually inaccurate that the Sudanese offered bin Laden to us. ... As far as I know, there is not a shred of evidence of that.

    7. Bush has done a real swell job with the Taliban, they are back and as strong as ever, Iran is out of control, and North Korea does not seem to be cowed by the little shrub. As a matter of fact, our bungled policy has taken away a lot of the leverage we once had. (Credibility, military preparedness.)

    8. It seems to have taken less time for Janet Reno to solve the Branch Dividion thing , or Hillary tio find records for a witch hunt investigation than it took Dennis Hassert (Teddy lookalike drunk) to do anything about the Republican perverts in the House.

    9. Do they count votes in Florida?

    10. Army Moral? Great job by bush?

    Army 'plagued by desertion, sinking morale'
    Human Quest, Jan/Feb 2005 by Monaghan, Elaine

    Last month The Times of London reported that, while insurgents draw on deep wells of fury to expand their terrorist ranks in Iraq, the US military fights desertion, recruitment shortfalls and legal challenges from its own troops.

    The irritation among the rank and file became clear when a soldier in a televised session with Defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld asked why the world's richest army was having to hunt for scrap metal to protect its vehicles.

    The same night, interviews with three soldiers who are seeking refugee status in Canada, where they have become minor celebrities, dominated prime time television. They are among more than the 5,000 troops that CBS's 60 Minutes reported had deserted since the war began.

    Many experts say that America's 1.4 million active-duty troops and 865,000 part-timers are so stretched that President Bush may see other foreign policy goals blunted.

    The bleed from the US military is heaviest among part-timers, who have been dragged en masse out of civilian life to serve their country with unprecedented sacrifice. For the first time in a decade, the Army National Guard missed its recruitment target this year. Instead of signing up 56,000 people, it found 51,00

    A further sign of strain can be seen in the army's decision this year to mobilize 5,600 members of a pool of former soldiers that can be mobilized only in a national emergency.

    More than 183,000 National Guard and reserve troops are on active duty, compared with 79,000 before the invasion of Iraq. Forty per cent of the 138,000 troops in Iraq are part-timers who never expected to be sent to the front line.

    Instead, as a woman soldier pointedly reminded Rumsfeld on Wednesday, they face "stop loss" orders that delay their return to civilian life.

    Another soldier lost his court battle to stop the army extending his one-year contract by at least two years. At least eight soldiers have turned to the courts, accusing the military of tricking them into enlisting for a fixed term without warning them that they could be forced to stay longer. And soldiers are increasingly resisting hefty bonuses to re-enlist.

    The crisis may be even deeper than the statistics suggest. Activeduty army recruiters exceeded their target of 77,000 by 587 this year only by dipping into a pool of recruits who had not planned to report until next year, and by dropping educational standards, Korb said.

    At 10 per cent, the death rate among war casualties is the lowest in history, but there are more and more maimed men and women with horror stories about the war, which is claiming more and more casualties. Between June, when the Iraqi interim government took over, and September, the average monthly casualty rate among US forces, was 747 a month, compared with 482 during the invasion and 415 before the coalition government was disbanded.

    Most soldiers keep their anger under wraps, partly out of patriotism but also out of loyalty to their units. "There's a thin green line that you don't cross," said a veteran with the 4th Infantry, who deployed to Iraq last year to help to plan counterinsurgency operations and train Iraqi forces. But at his home base in Fort Carson, Colorado, he has resisted a $10,000 re-enlistment incentive and plans to get out as soon as he can.

    He served for five years, first in Korea, then in Iraq, where he was a combat soldier for almost a year. The Americans received little training for the counterinsurgency they face. "Every day you wake up alive, is a gift from above," the soldier said.

    Few experts are surprised to hear that a recent army survey discovered that half the soldiers had indicated they were not planning to re-enlist.

    Experts are divided over how stretched America's military really is, but they agree that another conflict would put the military in overdrive. Another war would require a shift to a "no-kidding wartime posture in which everybody wh

    I know that facts can be cherry picked to any desired result, but to believe the right wing garbage of the origional letter is beyond the pale. According to the latest poll Bush approval rating is %37. GREAT JOB GEORGE!


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