Tuesday, January 31, 2006


...all my free time has been spent scribbling away at my response to the Shrub’s “Disgrace of the Union” speech this Tuesday. I’m sure it will be his usual litany of lies, and the right-wing controlled media will help him once again by waiting until after his speech to air the Democrat rebuttal.

Monday, January 30, 2006


    You have all the characteristics of a popular politician: a horrible voice, bad breeding, and a vulgar manner.

Saturday, January 28, 2006


    My dad has always been a huge coffee drinker and taught me to drink it strong and black (he's banned from making coffee at work since he makes it too strong). I was talking to him over the phone the other day discussing how to make the strongest cup of coffee. I said I prefer the darkest roast available, because it gives me the strongest taste and the best pick me up. At that point, an NSA operative broke into the conversation and said that, while darker roasts taste stronger, they have less caffeine since the roasting process actually burns off caffeine.
    Never thought of that.
    ~Frank J.

Wednesday, January 25, 2006


    If Archer Daniels Midland used goons and violence to stop people from buying sugar from Caribbean producers so that sugar prices would rise, making it easier for ADM to sell more of its corn syrup sweetener, they'd wind up in jail. If they line the coffers of congressmen, they can buy the same result without risking imprisonment. Congress simply does the dirty work for them by enacting sugar import quotas and tariffs. 

Tuesday, January 24, 2006


    You conservatives are so damn judgmental! Remember what Jesus said: Get off your high horse and remove the mustard seed from thine own eye before casting stones at my glass house!

Friday, January 20, 2006


    So, now there's another new audiotape from Osama bin Laden, and that just shows how backwards these Islamists are in that they still haven't moved onto CDs. Why can't he publish his threats on iTunes?
    ~Frank J.

Wednesday, January 18, 2006


    Democrats have always been very close to God during election years, but it comes as a complete surprise to all of us that He actually exists. I always assumed that He was just a fictional boogeyman the cons made up to lay a guilt trip on everybody and ruin our good time. But as long as He remains nonjudgmental and doesn’t try to force his morals on anyone, he’s more than welcome in the Big Tent.

Tuesday, January 17, 2006


    The author of the book "Million Little Pieces” was on Larry King last night, defending himself against charges that he exaggerated details of his best-selling memoir. He said, "Only 18 pages of a 430-page book are in question”. It’s 95% accurate. I believe this is known as the "Clinton defense.”            ~Leno

Friday, January 13, 2006


    The AP notes with an overindulgence of respect the
continuing efforts of John Kerry to run for president -- in any election that will tolerate him.
    ~Captain Ed

Thursday, January 12, 2006


    Would somebody please hold Ted Kennedy’s head under the water until the bubbles stop? Thanking you in advance.
    ~ Taylor Holmes

Share the Love


I received an email this evening with a request to let people know about this wonderful opportunity! It is a program to send Valentine cards to the troops! Now I realize that Valentine's Day is at least 5 weeks away, but with all things military post, it's best to be early!

So, it you would like to send a Valentine wish to a special soldier you can do so using this link:
Visit Operation: A Bit of Home, and click on the big red heart. We will send a valentine to a soldier in your name with your Valentines message. We are fundraising to send more boxes to the Freedom Rest R&R Facility in Iraq. Valentines are $1.00, but you can give more!
There is more to Operation: A Bit Of Home than just Valentines. Here is more about this program and what they are doing for our men and women in uniform serving in Iraq.
Our Troops In Iraq Need Your Help......
Send them "A Bit of Home"
Imagine being thousands of miles away from anything familiar... wearing full battle gear in incredible 140 degree heat, no family, no TV, nothing to remind you of home..... Or think about not being able to sleep in your own safe bed, instead, there are deadly bombs and mortars going off just yards away...

This a normal occurrence for our American Soldiers in Iraq

Operation: A Bit of Home is an organization founded in Rolesville NC, and has spread from the East Coast to the West Coast. Operation: A Bit of Home sends needed items to a Rest and Relaxation facility called "Freedom Rest ". Located in central Baghdad, the facility services approximately 150 different soldiers every day. The three day retreat is arranged for soldiers who have been in combat, on convoy duty, and under fire. It helps them to relax and recuperate in a safe resort-like atmosphere. While at Freedom Rest, soldiers receive high quality treatment and have access to clean linens, real beds, swimming pools, entertainment, movies, good food, and sports like basketball, football. This is very important to the well being of the soldiers mental, physical, and emotional needs. We also provide hygiene items to Forward Operating Bases, Called FOB's where soldiers frequently have to stay for the night unexpectedly, and have little or no access to any hygiene supplies. They are lucky just to get a cot!

These facilities' needs are not supplied by the government, but by normal folks like us. They aren't supplied with soap, shampoo, deodorant or feminine products, books, movies, or entertainment items; thats where Operation: A Bit of Home comes into action.

Operation: A Bit of Home sends several boxes of needed goods to our soldiers every day. Not only is postage expensive but gathering and boxing supplies is time consuming. That is why help is needed in so many ways. We can help you get started collecting and shipping your own items to the troops! Just e-mail us and ask! We can provide special mailing labels, certificates of appreciation, and great advice! Our supplies are used by troops at Freedom Rest, FOB's and are also taken by departing troops and spread to other soldiers in every corner of Iraq.
So check out the site and if you've wanted to show your support for the troops but you weren't sure how...well, this is a really great way to do it!

(Don't forget Adopt-A-Platoon and Soldiers' Angels, either!)
posted by Anna

    In South Korea, a man is in critical condition after setting himself on fire in a courtroom. The disgruntled gentleman was upset over a $300 fine for disturbing the peace. The Good news is that he was taken to the hospital almost immediately. The Bad news is he was fined $200 for smoking in court. 



    Donald Trump is considering a run for president in 2008. He will find a running mater, then later dump her for a younger, hotter running mate.

Sunday, January 08, 2006


    According to "USA Today”, John Kerry is positioning himself for another run at the White House in 2008. Kerry said this campaign will be much better than the last one. He says this times he gonna take three positions on each issue.

Thursday, January 05, 2006


    Did you watch the Orange Bowl last night? You had Florida State coached by 76 year old Bobby Bowden against Penn State coached by 79 year old Joe Paterno. No wonder the game was played in South Florida.

Wednesday, January 04, 2006


    For their part, Congressional Democrats are already calling for an investigation into whether or not Bush lied about the threat from Iran’s imminent nuclear weapons capabilities.

Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Their Own Words

We have all seen these video clips, but some of us have conveniently forgotten the words that are spoken here - and who said them. 
If you're a Liberal, this will be painful.
Do you have the courage to watch it? 

Sunday, January 01, 2006


   The only reason I'm not famous is not enough people have heard of me.