Wednesday, October 27, 2004

WTF happened to my comments?

I just noticed that my Haloscan comments were gone, and I was dealing with Blogger's comments instead. So I've reinserted the Haloscan comment code. Of course, this means comments made in the Blogger comments are hosed.

@$#^ *##@ !!!

I guess I really have to start considering dedicated hosting. I need a host for a small web site and a blog with a small, yet deeply demented, following (prima facia proof is that you're reading this, right?). Suggestions?

Secret Weapons

(Via Jerry Pournelle)

Varifrank has a "Secret Weapon". This is another of the things I've read that I won't demean by commenting on. Just go read it.

I'm going to have to start reading more from this guy.

I have in my hand the final Wictory Wednesday

We have here my last Wictory Wednesday post. The other Wictory Wednesday bloggers are

At this point, I doubt that very many people are truly undecided. We need to turn our efforts toward being sure that our fellow Bush supporters get out and vote. Take time to talk to friends, neighbors, coworkers and family and remind them that even though the President is leading in most polls, we can't relax. Every vote for Bush is a vote against post-election lawsuits. We have numerous reports of the Democrats marshalling lawyers in the battleground states, ready to file suit the moment voting is ended. We've seen the suits already filed in some places--trying to count ballots that shouldn't count while trying to eliminate those that should. If we can win by big enough margins, we steal their oxygen on the issue. So let's get those voters to the polls on November 2!

Thanks for your help in identifying you

(Via Drudge)

Terrorists hope to defeat Bush through Iraq violence

You're not surprised, are you? After all, it worked in Spain. (And I want you to note that that link is from Ajazeera, a mouthpiece for Islamo-fascists.)

As if I needed another reason to vote for Bush.

Tuesday, October 26, 2004

A beautiful sentiment

WorldNet Daily has this little jewel about some freedom-loving Americans celebration of UN Day.

Pardon me while I go find someone to high-five...

Oh you kids!

(Via Drudge)

It seems those wacky kids at CBS News are at it again:


Fresh from their miserably failed attempt to forge documents relating to President Bush's ANG service, they figured they'd try resurrecting a story from a year and a half ago, and see if they could get that to work:

Jeff Fager, executive producer of the Sunday edition of 60 MINUTES, said in a statement that "our plan was to run the story on October 31, but it became clear that it wouldn't hold..."

Well yeah, when:

An NBCNEWS crew embedded with troops moved in to secure the Al-Qaqaa weapons facility on April 10, 2003, one day after the liberation of Iraq.

I guess the Left is really that desperate, which is scary. I was pooh-poohing the stories about possible election violence to some friends yesterday, but today I have to wonder...

Oh, and just in case, you can take some action if you'd like.

Monday, October 25, 2004

War Plan Orange

(For those of you not versed in WWII history, War Plan Orange was the plan that General Douglas MacArthur drew up for the defense of the Philippine Islands in the event of a Japanese invasion. As history shows, it was a valiant if vain attempt.)

The Belmont Club has this interesting take on Iraq and the War on Terror. Made even more interesting in light of the news of 380 tons of explosives and munitions now missing in Iraq and Scary Kerry's thoughts on the subject.

Much as the defenders of Bataan pinned their hopes on a resurrected Pacific fleet sailing into Manila harbor to reinforce them, the Islamo-Fascists may well be counting on Kerry-Edwards and "hope is on the way" (stolen from Lileks).

This is a little something else to think about before you pull that lever or punch that hole or whatever on November 2.