Wednesday, February 09, 2005

Peace talks...

I find it funny that the liberal take on the latest peace talks in Isreal have now reached the headlines saying "Is peace finally at hand, or just more hand shakes?"... I can still remember the news when Clinton got Arafat to shake a Jews hand and the news world sold it like Clinton could walk on water... But the peace Clinton boasted about after that hand shake wasn't even lived after everyone left Washington...

Now it's President Bush's turn at the plate, and with the good for nothing Arafat completely out of the works (he's dead), it might just happen... Though I too am not so confident things will actually take off peacefully, why is it Bush doesn't get the same optomistic press?... Just another fine example on how the liberals play political news because we own the news agencies, well most of them still... Thanks Fox...

Bro...

Thursday, February 03, 2005

CBS competition...

It seems today CBS has a run for their money in fraudulent new reporting... Al-Jazeer has claimed Iraqi insurgents have captured an American soldier and is going to be beheaded in 72 hours... After internet bloggers dicovered a resembulance to a G.I. Joe action figure, they claimed that the photo's of the American soldier could be fake... Al-Jazeer has denied the claim and stand behind their network news broadcast station...

They really lack in the realities with their reporting skills, claiming the insurgents are Iraqi rebels fighting the foreigners, when the insurgents are in fact themselves foreigners blowing up Iraqi citizens... CBS have provided a real good example for world news agencies to follow and the power of the press even if it's not truth, should still be respected... The liberal press and the world wide movement towards progressive thinking keeps getting more frightening each passing day...

The beheading of the American soldier has yet to be heard of or sceen...

Bro...

Wednesday, February 02, 2005

State of the Union...

Another excellent and memorable speech from President Bush... Tonight (Feb 12th 2005) America heard the simple facts of the realities and the future of the U.S. Goverment... With so much happening today world wide and at the homestead as well, it's getting harder and harder to Govern a nation and foster a people that seems can't stand on their own two feet... Yet Bush has expressed his confidence that the American people can and will stand strong through the storms to come and embrace to blue skies of tomorrow...

Soon after the speech, the democrats aired their address (Reid and Pelosi) to the American public in true democratic form... I can't remember one time after Preident Clinton's union address, the Republicans getting some air time to express their views, but I could be wrong... Well I found it funny how after I viewed the democrats televised ad, all I got out of it is how much Ried looked like an undertaker, and Pelosi had her eye lids lifted extremely high and rarely blinked...

Bro...


Sunday, January 23, 2005

Back to Washington...

On January 12th, of this year, tens of thousands show up in Washington State to protest the swearing in of Democratic Governor Gregoire... But do you read about this or hear about this in the media today?... Not a peep... So lets see, did we hear about the tens of thousands protest the Urkranian vote?... Did we hear about the thousand of protesters protesting the inuguration of President Bush?...

The race for Governor in Washington is far from over... But I must admit, Gregorie stole this one away from the Republican's noses... Rossi won the first election, and the two other recounts, but when we apply a falible people recount, I win... And the final result?... Rossi 3 election victories and Gregorie 1 election victory, but he (or she) who win last wins all it looks like... I thought the recount in Florida was proven falible becuase people with opinionated views could entice the way the recount could go, therefore we should only count on the computer recounts for the real true numbers... But that only works when it supports a democrats view I guess...

Bro...

Friday, January 21, 2005

Inaugural ceremonies...

I have often wondered how exactly the media sways the blame on the counties formost problems on the Republican side of the Government... Back in the Clinton years it seemed that most of the problem of the country was from the Republican lead congress, and every issue in the media's play on news was blamed on the GOP... I just find it amazing how these little querks go unnoticed by to the American public...

It's like the title of the minority leader has been switched to the democratic leader now that the democrates no long have the majority... It does sound less demeaning... The power stuggles go on and the political wars share the same fevor as the insugent war in Iraq... I simply loved the way the Sunni Clerics declaired the election void, due to the fact the Sunni people were not able to vote, after the clerics demanded the Sunni people no participate in the election, boycotting in protest...

The same goes for the polital battle on Capital Hill... But the speech President Bush gave on his inauguration was simply elegant and encouraging for a bright new tomorrow... But as we can see, it's going to be the winners against the sore losers for another 4 years...

Bro...

Tuesday, January 18, 2005

Atheist never say die...

Once again we are dragged through the legal persistance of another political agenda... Michael Newdow has appealed to the Supreme Court to ban prayer at the upcoming inaugral ceremony... He instist his constutional rights will be infringed upon due to listening to the pray may cause inner damage to his frame of mind... I often wonder who financually backs up causes such as these... I for one think the battle grounds of today are drawn on a more spiritial basis and the more time goes on, the more accurate the Word of God is shown to be accurately true...

Bro...

Friday, January 14, 2005

Atheist lack morals...

Once again the attacks against the practice of religion has hit another proverbial landmark... With the great upset in the U.S. courts against prayer in school, which started the anti-religious atheisim movement... One can only think why putting teachers on the federal payroll was such a big issue back when Kennedy was running for President, but that was the first step towards federalizing the school system, and thus the atheist movement was ready to come out of the closet... The push towards giving teachers higher pay, which they did deserve, only lead to the seperation of church and state, and the teachers till this day, lack an impressive yearly income... They say the road to distruction was paved with good intentions, and I do believe it's true...

Today the anti-christian movement has a new hero trying to make a name for himself... Michael Newdow thinks America has had enough religion and governmental mixings, and xing the Christ out of the equation simply isn't enough... On Thursday (January 13th) Newdow told U.S district Judge John Bates that having a minister invoke "God" in the (January 20th) inauguration ceremony would violate his Constitutional right by forcing him to accept unwanted religious beliefs... Now in this view it seems he has a valid point, but that only comes if you fail to look at the whole picture, or Constitutional Article...

Article [I.] "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, OR PROHIBITING THE FREE EXERCISE THEREOF; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances"...

You see it depends on which side of the fence you're sitting on... The point is, everyone has the right to pray, and the right not to pray... It must be the conviction on the other's behalf that drives the wedge between, my rights can only be fulfilled if I take all rights away all the right's so no one prays...

The federal judge did right on rejecting the challenge brought on by Michael Newdow on banning prayer at the Preidents inaugual ceremony... Bates ruled Newdow wouldn't get far in his legal challenge and noted the absence of a "clearly established violation of the Establishment Clause, and how right Bates was... But I am sure the battle will rage on... This attack came after Michael Newdow's failed attempt to take out the word "God" from the pledge of allegiance... Thank God...

Bro...