Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Rachel Marsden: A Liberal's Glossary
from the mind of  Cowgirl Up.

Gentlemen, start your engines.

Canada's whip-smart conservative pudit, brunette Rachel Marsden, takes on liberals' total obsession with corrupting the English language.

Choice entries include:

Affirmative action: Liberal-sanctioned racism and sexism.
Freedom fighters: Terrorists whose goal is to destroy Western democracy.
Terrorist: George Bush, or anyone who wants to harm "freedom fighters."
United Nations: Impotent, glorified debating club in which defenders of freedom and democracy foot the bill to entertain the musings of dictators and thugs.


Read the whole thing here at the Toronto Sun.

Thursday, April 20, 2006

Mike Adams to visit Eugene
from the mind of  Zeke_Wilkins.

I just finished reading Mike Adams' latest column on townhall.com and noticed he is slated to speak at the University of Oregon on May 16th.

Also, a random tidbit to file under the heading "As If There Was Any Doubt"; Madeline Albright can legpress 400 pounds (article here).

Monday, April 10, 2006

Illegal Aliens March
from the mind of  Duke.

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I got there early, and the marchers hadn't arrived yet.

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The moonbats couldn't let a demonstration go on without tagging along. No sir!

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This was the only major group of counter-protesters.

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Enforce the law? How dare they!

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Ah, some pleasant reading material to pass the time.

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But I don't want to be in a union. And I'm friends with my boss. We go drinking!

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Wouldn't be a Seattle demonstration without an appearance by this little gem.

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Ah, the good old days!

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Here comes the march.

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If I expressed the same sentiment, I'd be a racist.

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And another.

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George Washington
Born: February 22, 1732
Westmoreland County, Virginia

Swing and a miss!

And why did they have to drag poor Spongebob into this?

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Ah, I thought it was about time for old Che to make an appearance.

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And giant paper mache heads, of course!

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Lots of signs along these lines.

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Old physics joke:

Q: Why did the chicken cross the road?

A: Whether the chicken crossed the road or the road crossed the chicken depends on your frame of reference.

But I somehow doubt these folks wanted to have a discussion of Einstein's theories.

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Most of the flags on display were American, but there were still no shortage of these.