Partisanship, Who Needs It?

Partisanship, Who Needs It?

Thursday, May 24, 2007

I Agree Mr. President But.....

I agree with the President that it has been drug out for political reasons, but.... that has alot to do with DOJ footdragging and a lack of cooperation by the Whitehouse in providing documentation and witnesses to testify under oath. If the Whitehouse and DOJ had been more forthcoming and cooperative this affair may have already been concluded. Yet for political reasons this cooperation and disclosure has been denied. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black.

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Harry Reid Scores!

No more dodging Senate confirmation on political appointees for the Bush administration. Read here.

I hope the practice is continued after 2008 no matter who is elected, the recess appointment process has been abused for too long.

Thursday, May 17, 2007

Ron Paul Supporter Fire Back

A video which expresses Ron Pauls real argument, and not the "Strawman" that Rudy Giulaini sought to errect.

I'm not for Paul's isolationism, but he brings issues forth that need to be addressed and not answered with rhetoric aimed at avoiding the issue and evoking a 9-11 talking point. Giuliani is desperate to evoke 9-11 as many times as he can to divert the audience from his policies on abortion, gun control, business connections with mafia figures, Saudi Arabia, Hugo Chavez, etc., and his total lack of foreign policy experience.

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Thursday, May 10, 2007

The Case For GITMO

From Boston Legal,

hattip Andrew Sullivan

Michele Malkin Fearmongerer

From the New York Post Michelle Malking doing what she is know for read here.


Eight years ago, at the Clinton administration's behest, this nation welcomed refugees escaping a genocidal regime whose military spread fear and brutalized its people. Eight years later, we have a homegrown jihad plot targeting a base that symbolizes the best, the brightest and the most compassionate our military has to offer.

I invite Malkin to show a connection between these refugees and the terrorist suspects of Ft. Dix. other than the fact that they are of the same racial mix. She should show where these despicable men were admited under the government program, or how they were given these kindnesses and betrayed our trust.

There is one problem however, she can't because these are illegal aliens who were not part of that program. She tries to point the finger and say that no matter what kindnesses we do for these people they are likely to stab us in the back and ties the tens of thousands of refugees who legally arrived here due to the kindness of the American people in with terrorist. Its simply balderdash and inflamatory fear mongering propaganda from Malkin. I wonder what she would have done during World War II when people looked at her Asian ancestory and wondered if she were a sabeteur, because she sure sounds like the people who condoned the Japanese American internment camps with this piece of propaganda.

Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Olbermann: Giuliani and the Politics of Fear

Olberman is spot on. A shame, Rudy is probably the closest a Republican candidate will come to my views on many social issues. But National Security, a sense of democrcracy without fear mongering, decency, and integrity come first. I'm going back to McCain, hes experienced, stands strong on the terrorist issues and understands bipartisanship and what it takes to bring a divided nation together rather than throw out words that keep us apart.


In other news Terrorism incidents are up. Read here.

I wonder how much higher Rudy thinks they would be with a Democrat as president.....