Tuesday, September 28, 2004

The Bumper Sticker Game

Here's a fun little game to play when on a road trip during this political season. The Bumper Sticker Game! This non-scientific poll can be fun for the whole family. The scoring goes like this:

1 point for the generic Kerry-Edwards
1 point for the generic Bush-Cheney
2 points for the W '04 ("because its cool" bonus)
2 points for the crossed out Bush-Cheney replaced by a Kerry-Edwards ("creativity" bonus)
-1 point for a Kerry-Edwards on a large SUV ("hypocrite" penalty)
-1 point for a Bush-Cheney on an oil company truck ("special interest" penalty)
-5 points for a Kerry-Edwards accompanied by activism stickers ("nut burger" penalty)
-5 points for a Bush-Cheney on a Hummer ("conspicuous consumption" penalty)
25 points for a Bush-Cheney on a hybrid car ("hell freezes over" bonus)

Now get out there and have fun, and remember to buckle-up. We want you around on election day!

Monday, September 27, 2004

Full scale assault on President Bush has begun

It has been predicted and widely anticipated and it has begun. Watch closely as the national media goes to bat for John Kerry as it has for no other candidate. Why? Well, because Kerry is such a lousy candidate and campaigner. Prepare the Kool-aid.

The American media and the socialist causes they prefer may not withstand another Bush term. Socialism is melting down in Europe in real terms, although none will forthrightly admit it, and a successful 2nd term for Bush will set the stage for the inevitable correction in European socialist institutions. A Kerry administration would likely result in the U.S. joining Europe in a stagnant pool of economic malaise that would find the economy treading water until it finally collapses . If and when that happens the Peoples Republic of China, fresh off a world showcase of an Olympic Games, could well be poised to dominate the globe for the greater part of the century. Again the fly in the ointment for Chinese world domination will be Islamic terrorism. China will need oil in great quantities in order to compete with the U.S. They have a limited capacity to supply their own. Is there a chance this would result in an unholy Sino-U.S. alliance? I doubt it, but nothing is impossible.

Saturday, September 25, 2004

Compare these two men - these sportsmen...

I just have to share this with you. I about fell out of my chair laughing when I saw it. Is it just me or does the word dork come to mind whenever you see John Kerry engaged in anything other than arrogant rhetoric?

Friday, September 24, 2004

Please Welcome the ProtoHuman!

Today starts a new journey for me, and you for that matter. I am looking forward to "expressing" myself in this exciting forum called the blogosphere. Since this is the campaign season I can think of nothing that needs commenting on more than the upcoming Presidential Sweepstakes (you can never get enough punditry now can you?).

To strive to be perflectly clear about my objectivity - I have none. I am largely a conservative and vote largely for Republicans... I am by all accounts an opinionated blowhard. Well, I try not to be the blowhard part, but opinionated absolutely.

Today I like to kick off the fun with a little comment on... ta da! John Kerry.

Kerry Insults Allawi


John Kerry tells us that by the sheer power of his personality he can sway world leaders into cooperating with the U.S. in Iraq. If yesterday’s insulting, pessimistic response to the newest world leader, Iraq’s Prime Minister Allawi, is any indication of how Kerry will do the job then Heaven help us all. Mr. Allawi is an incredibly courageous man who came to America to personally thank us for what we’ve done for Iraq. Mr. Kerry, instead of attending the joint session of Congress to hear Prime Minister Allawi and cheer him on, decided to demean and dismiss him. What a slap in the face. It seems clear to me that John Kerry does not wish for the success of this difficult transition from dictatorship to democracy in Iraq. It also seems clear that the terrorists will take John Kerry’s words to heart as they target yet another group of brave Iraqis lining up to sign on to the new security force in the new Iraq. Whose side is Mr. Kerry on anyway?

StaticNoise (aka Craig Willms)