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Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Letter to Chuck Norris. Walker, Texas Ranger

Dear Mr. Norris,

I am a big fan of your show, Walker Texas Ranger. I wasn’t old enough to watch it on real TV, but I watch the reruns on the Hallmark Channel every night.

I think Walker was really ahead of everyone showing what a TV show with real American values should be like. My parents only let me watch the Hallmark Channel, but sometimes I get to go on a field trip with other home-schooled kids and we talk about TV shows and I still think yours is the best.

I was wondering if you could answer a question for me. My dad teaches my conservative values politics at night. He is a huge fan of President Bush and really likes some of the leaders like Bill Frist and Tom Delay, but I am confused by some of the messages from Walker.

He was teaching me about homeless people and I said some stuff that I had seen on Walker and my dad got really mad and said I was wrong. I’ve seen the episode called “Lucky” about a homeless veteran who witnesses a murder and some of the homeless people you meet while undercover seem like they just got a bad break and being in a war messed them up. I told my dad that most of the homeless might be veterans who are forgotten, but he said they are probably liberals who wounded themselves to get out of the war early, and they don’t deserve any handouts.

At the end of another episode called Mean Streets, where you had to go undercover because a gang of rich kids was beating up homeless people, Asst District Attorney Alex Cahill says that it’s too bad the government spends all their money on foreign stuff when they should be helping homeless people, but my dad says that is not a policy that conservatives believe in, and that they don’t need help from the government, they need to get off their butts and work like the rest of us.

My dad says your message is outdated and someone should take those episodes off the air. He says that you coddle minorities and you wear a wig.
Now he won’t let me watch Walker anymore, but maybe if you could answer me he might change his mind.

Sunday, October 02, 2005

People who could be doing more to support President Bush, part 1

The President has one of Kenny's cruddy songs on his IPOD, but did old ass Kenny put out a Pro Iraq War song? No. He didn't.

Thursday, August 18, 2005

Interesting news article


Jenna Bush Becomes a Marine...

At a press conference in Washington yesterday, Presidential daughter Jenna Bush announced that she has enlisted to serve in the United States Marine Corp. While she hadn't previously spoken of career plans that included the military, she said that her support for the war and recent recruiting difficulties led to her decision.

“I’ve come to realize that stories and pictures of me being care-free and partying while the sons and daughters of other Americans fight my father’s war may be sending a bad message. By enlisting, I hope to boost support for the troops, and encourage other young conservatives to join the effort.

Ms. Bush, 24, then answered questions from reporters, even cracking some jokes at the expense of her father, President Bush. “Hopefully all my records won’t get lost or shredded like my dad’s,” she laughed.

News of her enlistment caught many by surprise, including some in the President's inner circle. A senior administation official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said, "I don't think anyone expected this. I mean, it's not like we expect a lot out the Bushes, but Jenna is especially worthless...unless you own a bar in one of the twelve states they call home."

Jenna’s Grandmother, former first lady Barbara Bush, issued a statement from the family home in Kennebunkport, “This makes me proud of Jenna, and I’m encouraging my other grandchildren to do the same. When it comes to examples of people stepping up and pitching in like a commoner, I want Americans to think of us Bushes.”

There were no details about when and where she will train and serve. A spokesman said any further information that can be shared will be announced at a later date.

Saturday, August 13, 2005

Pro War Stud of the Day...

Name: Ben Shapiro

Occupation : Student

Age : 15 or 16?

Cheeto Stains : 2nd Degree

Body Type : Charles in Charge

Fun Facts : Ben goes to Harvard, that’s an elite college. You have to be pretty smart to get in there.

Dream Date : Snuggling with Ben by a warm fire on a cold Cambridge night, helping him review porno tapes for his next book

Why he is hot : Ben makes me feel secure. I know he’s not going to go running off to join a war and fight for his beliefs or anything, he’s just not like that. If he has to, I’ll bet he could stay in college a long time.

Thursday, August 11, 2005

Interesting new book...


From the New York Times Review of Books upcoming releases:

Michelle Malkin has brought a fresh, honest and thought provoking attitude to the world of psychic phenomena. As a psychic medium, author and blogger, she has helped handfuls with her uncanny ability to communicate with those who have crossed over to the Other Side.

In her new book, Michelle crosses over, putting words in the mouths of the dead as only she can.

Here are some highlights…

- Michelle crosses over and questions the patriotism of parents who have lost their children in the war. “I don't approve of your behavior, mom”, Michelle relays to the grieving mother of Casey Sheehan.

- Michelle crosses over to contact Jean Charles de Menezes, a Brazilian electrician who was mistakenly shot dead in London, suspected of being a terrorist. Through Michelle, he says, “I was kind of twitchy that morning, and, I probably should have just worn a windbreaker or something…my bad”.

…and historical:
- Michelle talks to the family of Hiroshi Kasawagi, a Japanese-American who was incarcerated in an internment camp in 1942, telling them that Mr. Kasawagi says, “I’m glad I died in an internment camp, it was best for America that way. Even though I wasn’t a spy, I’m sure I looked like one.”

On sale starting Saturday.