Friday, May 29, 2009

If You Believe That, I've Got Some Land In The Swamp I Want To Sell You.

Former Gen. Colon Bowel, in the recent exchanges between himself and core conservatives, staunchly insists "I'm still a Republican!"

Really, now. You could have fooled me.

Here's the write up: CNN Political Ticker (I generally try to avoid quoting "Communist News Network," but they'll do for today.)

He's still prattling on about how we need to "widen" the party base, and be more "inclusive." TRANSLATION: "We're loosing elections and our pensions, so we have to sell out core conservative principles and pander to the voting public."

History has a precedent for that -- The Roman Empire. Toward the end, Emperors and Senators got elected based on how well they pandered to voters with "bread and circuses." They bankrupted the treasury and wrecked the economy in the process. R.I.N.O.s in the Republican Party want to do the same thing.

Read my lips: Moderates, please defect. Get out of the party if it doesn't suit you. The rest of us honest and legitimate conservatives won't miss you. Trust me.

Thursday, May 28, 2009

"Do Ya Feel LUCKY, Punk? Well, Do Ya?

A couple of two bit punks tried to rob a pharmacy here in my hometown, Oklahoma City. The pharmacist, a veteran, decided to take care of business the old fashioned way. He reached for his gun and let the punk have it.

Here's the write up from The Daily Oklahoman:

The problem came when the druggist put more shots into the punk after he was down. Actually, it's no problem for me, I'm not gonna loose any sleep over it. The local District Attorney's office had a problem with it, however, and proceeded to charge the druggist with murder.

Defense attorneys for the druggist say that as a military veteran, trained for combat, no one can really understand what he was going through unless they have been robbed themselves.


It is a travesty that this man should have to defend himself twice, first from a violent robber, second from a publicity hungry District Attorney. I really don't care if the robber was already down when he got shot six more times. Really, I don't.


Period. End of Story.

Monday, May 25, 2009

History Repeats.

Former General Colon Bowell (oops, I mean Colin Powell) is on the warpath for the GOP moderates, blaming core conservatives for election losses and portraying us as "extreme" right wing. The truth is, we lost the election because of the moderates -- they have become so wishy-washy, nerdy, and Democrat-looking, that swing voters desperately latched on to the first really, really strong personality they saw in the election, which was Obam-messiah.

Powell basically wants the Republican Party to sell out its principles simply for the sake of being more "inclusive." He doesn't want to risk alienating defecting moderates. Personally, I really wish the moderates would defect. I wish they would all be honest with the world and admit that they are Democrats, instead of insulting my intelligence by saying their "conservative." Let the moderates go. Get rid of them.

As politicians, Powell and the moderates are concerned about winning elections. As a true conservative, I'm concerned with defending eternal principles of righteousness, such as the sanctity of life and the purity of marriage. Call me what you want, marginalize me if you must, but there are just some things as a conservative you just don't compromise. Lives of the innocent unborn is one of them.

"Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!"

That's a famous quote by Patrick Henry before the Virginia House of Burgesses. In essence he is saying "I don't care if you cowards want to stand idle and sell out to the British Crown to preserve all your goodies. I will take the path of righteousness before God -- I will support the cause of liberty, with my very life if I have to."

Here is Bucky's translation of Patrick Henry's Quote: "Is re-election so dear, or congressional pensions so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of unborn children and middle class tax payers? I know not what other phony masks the Moderates may wear; but as for me, give me The Grand Ole Party, or give me death!"

Patrick Henry also remarked "If this be treason, then make the most of it!"

Bucky's translation: "If my defense of the unborn and the taxpayer really offends the Republican Moderates, then up yours!"

Sunday, May 24, 2009

"Mom! Those Mean Conservatives Are Using Our Very Own Smear Tactics On Our People Again!"

The blog-o-sphere is all abuzz of late about a video that circulated amongst some of the RNC leadership, poking fun at Nancy Pelosi over her waffling about when she knew the CIA used waterboarding. The video compares her to a villianess character in an old James Bond movie, by the name of "Pussy Galore."

You guessed it -- shreiks and howls from the liberal peanut gallery. Here's the rub -- this blog author doesn't give the slightest chicken-scratch about what they think.

After the savage treatment liberals gave Sarah Palin, I applaud the creators of the Pelosi video, and I pray it gets wide circulation on the internet.

There. 'Nuff said.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Homeland "Un-American Activities" Committee

When I Order Burgers At A Staged Phony Photo Op, I Use...

Support Mustard Rights

Just to show I'm not totally despicably evil and heartless, as liberals always say us conservatives are, I want to go on record to say that I support Pres. Obama's right to have his mustard.

Shame on MSNBC for wanting to cover up our President's condiment choice, fearing it might detract from the "Camelot" image they are desperately trying to spin.

Mr. Hussein, I stand tall and proud when I say you have a right to dijon on your burger. That's what true blue American hamburgers are all about! Freedom of choice in condiments! If you want mustard, I'm down wit' dat', my homeboy!


Sunday, May 10, 2009

Sacre Bleu! Brace Yourselves For....."Dijon-gate"

Recently President Hussein and his super side-kick Joe Biden hopped out of the "Hope"-mobile and popped into an ordinary burger joint. Interestingly enough, the (allegedly) non-biased liberal cheerleader MSNBC crews "just happened" to be there to record and hype this particularly droll non-event as a "lunch with the guys" kind of thing.

(Here's the write-up at "Legal Insurrection.")

The fun started when President ordered Dijon mustard on his burger. For some strange reason, MSNBC obscured the audio over those words at that point. It seems the liberal press was paranoid their Messiah would be criticized over his choice of a French condiment, so they covered it up.

Conservative commentators around the country sensed a prime opportunity for fresh mockery, like sharks catching the scent of blood in the water. Naturally, sarcasm came to the fore and they all had a good time lampooning MSNBC's devotion to Obama so feverish that they fear public knowledge of his mustard.

Then, all hell broke loose. Liberals not in on the joke have been whipping up a firestorm over this NON-EVENT, accusing the conservatives of doing the very thing that MSNBC was paranoid about. Totally unable to recognize humor when they see it, the liberals shrieked: "Those mean conservatives are criticizing our Messiah for his choice of mustard! Burn the conservative heretics!"

The truth is, conservatives could care less what Mr. Hussein has on his burger.

The fact of the matter is that liberal media has gotten so hysterical nowadays that they feel they have to sanitize a video of Mr. Hussein eating a burger. I find it interesting that the animal-rights and vegitarian armies have been strangely silent over the episode -- after all, their Messiah was seen eating unholy things like meat.

I get the feeling that if I opened up a shop filled with Obama candles, Obama altars, and Obama coffee mugs I could make one heck of a profit -- especially if I set it up outside MSNBC headquarters.

Remember Kids, Only Liberals Are Allowed Free Speech

"Liberals claim to want to give a hearing to other views, but then are shocked and offended to discover that there are other views."

-- William F. Buckley, Jr.