Thursday, January 12, 2006

Losers!

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I think we all owe a great deal of thanks to the brilliant performance of the Demoncrats on the Senate Judicial Committee. Thanks to their unapologetic display of arrogance and rude behavior, they have ensured Republican control of congress and the presidency for at least the next generation. It amazes me to watch these people like Feinstein, Kennedy, and Schumer, etc make fools of themselves. All I can think of is the obvious need for term limit legislation. What good are any of these nasty people doing for this country? As I've stated before, Kennedy should be sitting in a cement cell doing 25 to life, not trying to denigrate a classy and brilliant gentleman like Judge Alito. Why is it that abortion is the sacred Quran of the left? What is it about the snuffing out of innocent life that is so thrilling to these people that they have destroyed their party and would weaken our country by hoping for an inferior court, to protect it? These morons should be really mad at Al Gore for inventing the Internet, because no longer can they lie and cheat without getting caught. Joe "Let's talk about me" Biden should know this by now after getting caught ripping Princeton yesterday after praising Princeton less than 2 years ago. Duhh. Maybe these simpletons should be told about this little thing called Google. Anyway, the good news is that the most effective Republican campaign commercial would be more hearings in which this crew of fascists would continue talking.

25 comments:

Jeff said...

As I've stated earlier, scud will probably be disappointed by Roberts but I have no doubt that Alito is his kind of a guy ... until a Democrat sits in the Oval Office. Scalia, Scalito and Thomas will do their damnest to establish an Imperial presidency. Scud's toes will tap as long as George "38%" Bush is in the White House but the powers these guys want to establish will some day be wielded by a Democrat. It scares me no matter who is in charge.

Scalito is an adherent to the theory of Unitary Executive power. The Wall Street Journal recently detailed his 2000 speech to the Federalist society on this matter.

The theory claims the Constitution established a unitary executive branch and no part of that branch can sue another. The judicial branch cannot adjudicate disputes between executive agencies as it would violate the separation of powers.

This is yet to go to the courts, but the Justice Department has already put it in practice. They ruled the EPA cannot sue the Military for violations of the Environmental Protection Act. Essentially, no executive agency can enforce the law in which violations were committed by another agency within that branch. In other words, they are held accountable only to themselves. Unfortunately, scud will fail to see the danger until a democrat is in charge.

My state would never outlaw abortion so I'm not concerned about that portion of the debate. The states that would outlaw it already have so few abortion clinics that it might as well be illegal. What I fail to understand is why guys like scud - who have a daughter - are so willing to allow a nanny state to decide what they can and cannot do with their bodies.

scooterlib said...

Your description of a man who for starters, stands in opposition to the family and medical leave act, would allow, race, gender and disability based discrimination. Approves of unauthorized strip searches, children included, reneges on committments he made to the US Senate, as a "classy and brilliant gentleman" is laughable. Least we forget, there's also the matter of his membership in an organization (CAP) that promoted racist and sexist attitutudes. A membership which at various times, relative to the situation at hand, he either chooses to claim or forget about. I guess under Bush administration standards, he does qualify as a class act. I agree the performance the democrats turned in wasn't anything to write home about. Although if we apply the ...scud standards...to it, it would be considered, "classy and brilliant". Thankfully, the republicans exceeded the democratic performance with one of their own. A nauseating display of affection and adoration directed at Alito, that would provide good material for another of bob's short stories. I feared at any minute, the good judge and his conservative supporters would throw themselves into in a big naked pile. Unpleasantly reminiscent of Abi Ghraib.
Scud, FYI a definition for you. Fascist -- (an adherent of fascism or other right-wing authoritarian views) "right-wing" that would be you. To quote you, we would be the "left".

Mr. Ithurtswhenipee said...

I couldn't agree more with Scud, concerning his love of google seaches. It makes it easy to point out when someone is full of shit. Example: "Al Gore invented the internet". A simple google search would reveal that "fact" to be a creation of right wing nuttery, and was never claimed by Gore at all. Therefore, we see once again that Scud is either a fucking lying sack of shit, or is to stupid to do a google search. I guess he thinks himself to be a class act though.

Anonymous said...

Seen on a bumper sticker:
No one died when scud lied.

scud said...

The point is, that nobody will have to worry about judicial activism in either direction, if constructionist judges are seated. Unlike the left, who realizes that the only way to advance their out of touch agenda is through the activism of courts, conservatives maintain that the judicial branch not be political and that legislation should be enacted through a representational government, not judicial elites acting on the part of politicians.

Also, you're half right about abortion rights in that it should be a states rights issue not mandated by federal law, as I understand it. I know it's much more complicated than that but from the scholars I've heard discussing this issue, most agree that Roe was a bad decision and should be overturned only to return the issue back to the states where it belongs. The bottom line is that over 40 million people have been slaughtered in this country alone since Roe. If you can't agree that that number is abhorrent, you have a problem. Actually you do have a problem if you read Mark Styen's column in the WSJ last week in which he sites the change in demographics between red and blue states in the US and between native Europeans and Muslim populations in Europe. You lefties are shrinking in numbers. You're either not having children because your too busy blogging, hugging animals and/or trees, smoking dope, working at the organic co-op, too lazy, gay or if you do get pregnant, you run to Planned Parenthood to snuff it out. Whatever the reason, your reproduction rate will not sustain you as a worthy adversary for long. You can't sustain your ideology if you don't reproduce! Unfortunately for you we, Bible thumping Neo-Cons, breed like rabbits, so you figure it out. And yes I know I live in a blue state, but not for long.

OK, Al Gore.
He did say this,
In a March 1999 interview with Wolf Blitzer, Gore said, "During my service in the United States Congress, I took the initiative in creating the Internet."
Yes it was a stupid thing to say, at the very least poorly worded, at worst, delusional. He did author the 1988 High-Performance Computing Act. It had bipartisan support, was passed and has been amended several times, by republicans, to expand its usefulness. As important as government grant money may have been to Internet development, it was good old hard work, initiative, creativity and innovation that gave us what we enjoy today; things Al knows little about.

Jeff said...

Am I the only one whose jaw drops each time I read a scud comment?

Consider this tidbit:
> You can't sustain your ideology if you don't reproduce!

Apparently he's at the forefront of genetic ideological research: the "Dogma Gene" as the popular press likes to call it.

We also have a touch of tin-foil hat conspiracy theory. The "left" is using the Court to advance its agenda, scud says. The same "left" whose representation consists of exactly two out of nine judges. Apparently conservative magistrates are easily persuaded. If non-activism was so important, then why did Bush make such a splash when he finally nominated an ideologue? His personal lawyer could have interpreted the intentions of the Founders as easily as Scalito yet nobody annointed the chamber with holy oil for Harriet Miers.

Do you get the feeling the "scholars" scud heard discuss abortion consist of either his hunting buddies or a couple guys on the O'Reilly Factor? While scud longs for coat hangers and knitting needles, a post-Roe world will see little of that. Rich women will fly to the northeast for abortions. Poor women will pop Cytotec. And if the Feds crackdown on Cytotec because it induces abortion? Well, do you know anybody who wanted marijuanna but couldn't get their hands on it?

If "lefties" are producing at rates below bible thumpers, then I should think scud would be happy as a clam. I'm not sure why he and Styen would lament such a thing. The march toward theocracy is well under way. The entire northeast could hasten the process with its secession. Don't worry. We won't leave you empty handed. I've already composed your National Anthem.

scud said...

Good song! You might want to read Steyn's article. It's pretty interesting. It's long, and there might be some big words in it, so take your time and sound out the hard words, you might learn something other than what Al Franken or The Nation tell you.

I didn't like the Meyers nomination either because it truly looked like cronyism and I think she would have been speared brutally by the confirmation process. Alito is perfect. The SCOTUS issue, as well as national security, is why Bush was elected. I do like the song though. I will have someone record it so I can put it on my iPod and listen to it daily. Good job!

Anonymous said...

really? When bush appointed his personal lawyer it *looked* like cronyism? What about Brownie, Stratton, Julie Meyers and Mark McKinnon? Andrew Maner's only qualification was the brown stain on the end of tip nose that Patrick Rhode claimed smelled exactly like bush's ass.

Jay-D said...

why do you go by scud?

Jeff said...

A satanist runs for Governor of Minnesota. And why not? These are the people who elected a professional wrestler...

Rightard said...

Mr. Ithurtswhenipee: so dignified, so articulate, such a class act all the way around.

mr. ithurtswhenipee said...

IT HUUUUUUUUUURRRTS! OW! OW! OW! OHMYGOD, IT BURNS! AAAAAAAAAAGH!!!!! MAKE IT STOP! AAAAAAAAAAAGH!

scud said...

Anonymous,
Tell me what administration in history didn't bring their friends with them to Washington? Duh. A Supreme Court justice is a whole 'nother ballgame. No room for cronies there. Again, duh.

Jay-d,
Scud is a nick name my brothers gave me years ago for no particular reason. When I decided to get into the blogging arena - inspired by my outrage over the fictional National Guard debacle perpetrated by Dan Rather - My wife, being a bit protective of our privacy, made me promise to be somewhat anonymous. That's why there are no email links, my name isn't listed, and there isn't a link to my business site. Also, many of my clients are radical lefties. I don't want to take any chances alienating them with my "rightarded" beliefs. They like my work, I like their money. It's a good arrangement. __

Jeff,
I'm glad your excited about another freak show governorship for MN. I hope they let this guy debate. It would be fun!

Peepain,
Go to the Doctor!

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Nam Vet - Alabama Theatre said...

Scud, you are right about Mark Steyn's article, at least on two counts, it is long and it does has a lot of big words. But those are necessary components when trying to pass off a dose of ideological hyperbole as reality. While he seems to be predisposed to making a... short story long, he does have some valid points. Though much of what he has to say is way out there on the fringe.

An abbreviated version, with comments. The problems of the Western world, as identified by Mr. Steyn, are the "progressive agenda" of governments and the lack of "reproductive activity". Obstacles, he feels can only be solved in the following way. Do away with the "progressive" government programs and launch another "baby boom". He has determined that to be classified as 'family friendly', a government need only provide a strong military for national defense, be opposed to secularism, multiculturalism, and encourage rampant population growth. A form of governing, akin to what Kim Jong iL, of North Korea has promoted for quite some time. While a government that attempts to provide care for and a decent life to, the least of its citizens is branded as being 'hostile' to the family.

While ridding government of "progressive" thinking, Steyn says we must also win the battle of "reproductive activity". To accompolish this, we have to out breed competing cultures. You know, scrap what's happening with birth rates in the US and emulate countries like Bangladesh. For those who worry about the effect unrestrained population growth could have on natural resources. Mr Styen has these reassuring words. "We're pretty much awash in resources, but we're running out of people."

In the world, according to Steyn. Failure to adopt his solutions will result in a world dominated by intolerant radical Islam. Adopt his solutions and we will be living in a world dominated by intolerant radical Christianity. Those are your choices. If Mr. Styen' is correct in his assumptions. The future for a "progressive" is going to be bleak indeed. A real lose, lose situation.

scud said...

Pretty good summary, although I wouldn't compare what Steyn is promoting with Kim Jong Il's philosophy. Another alternative to out-breeding third world cultures is to seek to bring modernization and some form of enlightened democracy to those cultures. Example: Africa is probably the most resource rich continent in the world, yet it is one of the poorest and most primitive. The reason for this isn't, as many on the left would have you believe, that cultures like those in the US and Europe are stripping it of it's resources, but rather that oppressive and tyrannical governments within Africa are perpetuating the problem. Freedom is the answer.

Also, I would have to disagree with the generalization that Christianity has anything to do with either being radical, or intolerant. Sure there are aberrations, but I would rather face a mob of "radical" Christians, probably singing worship songs with their hands in the air, than Radical Islamists, probably fitting themselves with exploding vests.

Mr. Ithurtswhenipee said...

I would rather face a mob of radical atheists who would neither kill me with bombs nor bore me to death with gospel music and ridiculous incantations.

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Jeff said...

In Scudland, who are the "many on the left" who would have us believe that Africa's poverty is the result of the US and Europe stripping it of it's resources? I've met no such people.

Africa is certainly rich in natural resources, but scud would have you believe they're divided equally as if continent was some flowery Marxist paradise. There are great mineral resources in the south and vast petroleum reserves in the north. The people in the center eat dirt and die from bullets fired in the African civil war. Sometimes the warring factions save ammunition with a machete blade.

Egypt, Libya, Nigeria, Tunisia, Namibia and a few other resource endowed nations may indeed prosper in open markets, but I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for affluence to reach the Sahara. That part of the continent lacks the resources of its neighbors in the north and south; what they lack in raw materials they make up in human pathogens. War has devasted most of the region. For failure to live in peace, they've wrought themselves hardship.

scud said...

Yes. Thus, the need for democracy and modernization.

Mr. Ithurtswhenipee said...

So when are your children gonna pick up their deer rifles, and go to Africa and bring democracy and modernization to those repressed peoples? Oh that's right they're probably as cowardly as their father.

scud said...

Hey, hey, hey. No need to get nasty. Let's try to keep the exchanging of ideas on the non-personal side. I get frustrated with you lefties all the time, but I try not to think of you as anything other than wrong and misinformed, not necessarily bad people. Actually, I've learned a lot from you. Hopefully you can say the same some day. Peace.

Jeff said...

sorry, St^H^Hscud, but your "Peace" seems hollow....

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