Sunday, April 17, 2005

Pry my blog from my cold dead fingers.

The Nuge!
Ted Nugent at the NRA convention: "Remember the Alamo! Shoot 'em! To show you how radical I am, I want carjackers dead. I want rapists dead. I want burglars dead. I want child molesters dead. I want the bad guys dead. No court case. No parole. No early release. I want 'em dead. Get a gun and when they attack you, shoot 'em."

What's the Alamo got to do with child molesters? That's my only question. Other than that, Mr. Nugent presents a cogent, well-reasoned argument for the second amendment.

Tom DeLay and the NRA!
"When a man is in trouble or in a good fight, you want to have your friends around, preferably armed. So I feel really good.”

Maybe he and Ted Nugent can go on a rapist-shooting rampage together. Wouldn't that be heartwarming!

William Kennedy, sinister satanist commie.
The NRA Convention stole their thunder, but conservative leaders met in Washington on April 8 to discuss "Remedies to Judicial Tyranny.” Their target was Reagan-appointed Justice William Kennedy.

According to the Washington Post, Phyllis Schlafly said that “Kennedy's opinion forbidding capital punishment for juveniles ‘is a good ground of impeachment.’ "

Michael P. Farris, chairman of the Home School Legal Defense Association, said Kennedy “should be the poster boy for impeachment.”

Author and lawyer Edwin Vieira “told the gathering that Kennedy should be impeached because his philosophy, evidenced in his opinion striking down an anti-sodomy statute, ‘upholds Marxist, Leninist, satanic principles drawn from foreign law.’”

From foreign law. Horrors.

Curiously, Vieira then said that his personal ‘bottom line’ for dealing with the Supreme Court comes from Joseph Stalin. Vieira said, “He had a slogan, and it worked very well for him, whenever he ran into difficulty: 'no man, no problem.' "

The Post reporter, Dana Milbank, perhaps revealing his MSM liberal bias, then shared the full Stalin quotation: "Death solves all problems: no man, no problem."

We do not know, of course, if Edwin Vieira actually believes that Justice William Kennedy should be dragged into a clearing and shot, but he also said that “five people on the Supreme Court” have a “revolutionary agenda,” rooted in foreign law, situational ethics, and “primordial illogic."

I don't know how you can be revolutionary, situational, and primordial all at the same time, but apparently William Kennedy and his cronies are able multi-taskers.

Ann Coulter
Drudge says she’s going to be on the cover of TIME Magazine this week. I think she’s going to be in next month’s PLAYBOY as well. And watch for her special line of monogrammed panties, called Annties, with useful slogans hand-embroidered on every pair. Samples include: “Fuck the judiciary, not me,” “Hey liberal! Hands off!” “God’s own pussy,” and “Kill Mumia (if you want some of this).”


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