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Thursday, September 28, 2006

VA Senate Fight Over Racial Slurs

Filed under: | BS Patrol

Both candidates in the race for the US Senate seat in Virginia, currently held by Republican George Allen, are getting hit with accusations of using racial slurs. Senator Allen got hit when he inadvertently used the word macaca, a derogatory word toward dark-skinned North Africans. Now, his Democratic challenger, James Webb, is accused of not owning up to his use of the word “n*gg*r” in the past.
It seems to me that there is a third party who wants to turn this particular Senate race into a sheer mudslinging match. Here’s the bulls**t phrase of the week:

“The Voting Rights Act transformed that word. It eradicated it,” said Jack Bass, a professor of humanities and social science at the College of Charleston. “The crowd that [used it in the 1970s] either quit using it or they were gone. Blacks were voters by then.”

This guy has obviously been in the White Ivory Tower for too damn long, and is obliviously ignorant of the black gangstas (which includes rappers) who still use the word. For example: “Yo whas’up my n*gg*?”
Does it make me racist if I say I disagree with Jesse Jackson or Al Sharpton, and I’m white and they are black? HELL NO! Being an a**hole is but one type of a universal human trait, and applies to everyone, no matter what skin color they are. It is just so sad that those gangstas continue to perpetrate the racial slurs we should have gotten rid of long ago.

Thursday, September 21, 2006

How Is This A Poll Tax?

Filed under: | ACLU Antics | BS Patrol

When I went to the polls last week to vote in the primary election, I obeyed the law and presented my ID to the registrar, who checked my name against the rolls. When they found my name, I was given a ballot and directed to a booth. I marked my choices, then took it to the scanning machine, which recorded my vote.
Now what is so hard about that? And what the frak is so difficult about presenting a Photo ID to prove who you are? How the hell does the ACLU equate the mandate of the Voter Integrity Protection Act of 2006 (which, BTW, is still going through Congress) to the payment of a poll tax, which was outlawed by the 24th Amendment?
I know, I know, they lost their heads a long, long time ago.

Monday, September 04, 2006

Shiny New Brand…NOT!

Filed under: | BS Patrol | War on Terror

Why look who’s gone out and spent a million bucks or so on a new brand identity (as part of a $50 million campaign to whitewash Islam)...it’s our old friends over at CAIR:

But something’s missing from this: a motto! I know what! Let’s add one. You tell me which one’s more appealing:

Just think: Charles has not one, not two, but three different threads over at LGF just on this subject alone: here, here, and here. Now you know why he’s getting the monster Hat Tip!

Thursday, August 24, 2006

Pluto Demoted

Filed under: | BS Patrol | Geek Stuff

This sucks!

PRAGUE (Reuters) - Pluto was stripped of its status as a planet on Thursday when scientists from around the world redefined it as a “dwarf planet”, leaving just eight classical planets in the solar system.
Discovered in 1930, Pluto has traditionally been considered the ninth planet, and furthest from the sun, in the solar system.
However, the first definition of a planet approved after a heated debate among some 2,500 scientists and astronomers drew a clear distinction between Pluto and the other eight planets.
The need to define what it takes to be a planet stems from technological advances that enable astronomers to look further into space and to measure more precisely the size of celestial bodies in our solar system.
In addition to the categories of “planet” and “dwarf planet”, the definition creates a third category to encompass all other objects, except satellites, to be known as small solar system bodies.

I guess this august body of experts doesn’t like the idea of “grandfathering” do they?

Monday, August 21, 2006

I’ll Go To Cardinals Stadium…

Filed under: | BS Patrol | Sports

...before i ever go to Pink Taco Stadium. Yes, you read right. The owners of the Pink Taco restaurant in Scottsdale wanted to put up $3 million per year for ten years’ naming rights. Rightfully, the Cardinals shot that idea down.
You see, there’s this image issue the team has. They suck. The Cardinals have to fix that first before they can go out on a limb.
One can only imagine the innuendo which would fly around the NFL if this had actually come to pass. One of those innuendoes which aired on KFYI had to do with back doors. That’s all I’m gonna say on that!

Sunday, August 06, 2006

Game, Set, Match!

Filed under: | BS Patrol | War on Terror

Here’s a follow up to yesterday’s story about the Reuters photo. Reuters has now admitted the photo was indeed doctored with photo imaging software and has issued an apology for any inconvenience.


I had a blow-for-blow match with some liberal poster on another board, and when I saw this story, I knew that I HAD WON. Of course, he’ll come up with some bulls**t excuse to continue the argument, to which I will simply ignore him. This entire episode wouldn’t have happened if bloggers and photographers from around the world hadn’t pounced on the fallacious photo.
That said, at least Reuters realized their error a lot faster than it took Dan Rather…who never really quite came out and admitted his.

UPDATE (0945 MST): In tribute to this great victory, and inspired by this post, I present to you another “Fly On The Wall” parody, this time at al-Reuters’ expense!

Saturday, August 05, 2006

21st Century Yellow Journalism

Filed under: | BS Patrol | War on Terror

Here’s a photo from Reuters, dated August 5. Notice the billowing smoke. See anything familiar?

Smoke billows from burning buildings destroyed during an overnight Israeli air raid on Beirut’s suburbs August 5, 2006. Many buildings were flattened during the attack. REUTERS/Adnan Hajj

I do…it’s called the Photoshop Clone tool. Nothing like a little 21st Century yellow journalism to whip up support for Hezbollah!

HAT TIP: Little Green Footballs

Saturday, July 29, 2006

ICRC Reminds Hezbollah of Obligations

Filed under: | BS Patrol | War on Terror

The International Committee of the Red Cross has…get this!...“reminded” Hezbollah of its “obligations” in the humane treatment of the two Israeli soldiers they kidnapped back on July 12, which got the whole ball rolling.
I am laughing my a** off! How do these bureaucrats expect a terrorist organization…one which has been firmly entrenched in Lebanon for over twenty years, to the point where they have, in effect, become a state within a state…to allow a group which represents itself with an Infidel symbol (in the eyes of Hezbollah that is) access to their hostages, much less observe any of the Geneva Conventions? See, even the ICRC has now taken up where SCOTUS left off. Meanwhile, Israel continues to kick the s**t out of the Party of Allah.
That’s right, sing along with the BS Quartet! BULL-S**T!

Sunday, June 25, 2006

Killer Klowns…NOT!

Filed under: | BS Patrol

There was this story about three guys in clown suits who busted into a nuclear missile facility…no, this is not a joke, but it should be. They take wire cutters and sledgehammers with them, bust into the silo area, and proceed to attempt to smash the cover open.
Regardless of their belief…are these guys idiots or what? But here’s the best part:

Guards responded within minutes. And when they arrived, the protesters “ate a lot of gravel,” DefenseTech was told.

Perhaps when they expel said gravel from their digestive system, it’ll teach them a painful lesson.

K-Fed Penny Promo Farce

Filed under: | BS Patrol

I have an old Tootsie Roll dispenser from years ago, which doubles (when empty) as a piggy bank, and that is where I store my pennies. It’s about halfway full now, when it gets the rest of the way, I’ll break out the penny wrappers, count ‘em out, and take them to the bank and exchange them for paper currency.
But I had I had no idea that the penny was in danger until I read about this promotion in New York City.
At least this story isn’t about Britney or her impending second pregnancy with husband Kevin Federline. No, this is actually about Kevin himself, and how he’s taken on his first cause celebré. At least he’s not advocating saving the blue-tailed furbat or somesuch thing from extinction. He signed a petition to save the penny. Sounds good, right? There’s just one…small…problem.
Although it does cost more than a penny to make a penny (and also more than a nickel for a nickel), these coins are not in danger of extinction. Considering how the lack of sponsors doomed the last attempt by Representative Jim Kolbe (R-AZ) to abolish the penny, he may try again but it won’t get far in Congress.
No, this whole stunt was to promote Virgin Wireless’ new penny-per-text message pricing of $9.99 for 1,000 messages. Whoop de freakin’ do!

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Indian Casinos’ Wet Dream

Filed under: | BS Patrol

This is what happens when a political party, namely, the DemocRATS, manage to successfully steal an election. In this instance, the beneficiaries of a new law making online gambling a FELONY in the state of Washington are the Indian Casinos themselves. So, who’s going to be policing the Internet? Are there already WA state government servers out there monitoring IP traffic to see who goes where? Or will there be mandatory reporting for banks where users electronically deposit online winnings?
Yet another example of the Giant Government Nipple Solution in action.


Monday, June 12, 2006

Very Strange Signature

Filed under: | BS Patrol

This is not my perception of an ideal Monday morning….
Jay over at Stop The ACLU got an e-mail from Margie Phelps-Roper of the Westboro Baptist Church, regarding its on-the-air appearance over the weekend with Fox News’ Julie Banderas which turned into a real catfight. It’s a good thing these two weren’t in the same studio together; if they were, I’d have to wonder if they wouldn’t have gone after each other with their brandished claws fingernails.
On the e-mail, there was a very strange word I saw in its signature. So I went out on a limb and e-mailed the WBC and asked them the following:

Could you please tell me what the word “Magormissabib” means. Thank you.

At first glance I’d have to say it’s an acronym for some phrase these things have. If I receive a reply, whether it is simply a reply telling me what the word means, and/or then launching into a tirade of how God Hates Fags and all that bulls**t, I’ll report back.

UPDATE (0628 MST): Not content to wait for their answer, I googled the word and got back some interesting information. According to Jeremiah 20:3, the prophet told Pashur, the chief priest, that his name was now “Magormissabib,” which means terror on every side. So that’s what they’re preaching. Their hatred for everything, and I mean everything, is total you-know-what.

Thursday, June 01, 2006

al-Reuters Watch

Filed under: | BS Patrol

Recently, Charles Johnson, curator of LGF, based within a deep underground bunker somewhere in Southern California, received a death threat from an IP address belonging to Reuters. He complained to Reuters, who told him that the person responsible for the threat was suspended, pending an investigation.
This action hasn’t stopped the perpetrator,, from continuing to “visit” LGF to check up on the progress of the story. Now, Charles has given Reuters its very own counter, so that every Lizardoid can keep track of the action. For my part, I will continue to monitor the situation to its conclusion, whatever that may be.
I commend Charles for keeping the pressure up in such a humorous way, for there is one thing the left cannot stand and that is public ridicule! Yes, all of us who sound the warning when it comes to Islamofascism are marked targets.

Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Algore: We’re All Gonna Die!

Filed under: | BS Patrol

Attendees of the Hay Festival in Wales got to see the former Vice President rant and rave:

In his first UK speech on the subject, Mr Gore promised to devote himself to the task of warning people about the impending “planetary emergency”.
He appealed to the audience to act to halt the growing crisis.
“I will own up to shortcomings in my ability to communicate,” said Mr Gore, who ran against President Bush in 2000.
“But I’m not through with this yet and I am devoting myself to it”.

Planetary Emergency? Does Algore know something the rest of us don’t? What does he mean by that…like, are aliens invading the Earth?
Sadly, no, he’s back to the tired old subject of global warming. This was ranted and raved about back in the 1970s, right after the Arab Oil Embargo, that we’re too dependent on fossil fuels, etc., blah blah blah yadda yadda yadda. Yes, we are too dependent on fossil fuels, especially since those fossil fuels are more or less under the control of those who use the revenues to bankroll more terrorism.
But that’s nothing, really. Get this:

He said he was “carbon neutral” himself and he tried to offset any plane flight or car journey by “purchasing verifiable reductions in CO2 elsewhere”.

I’m guessing he actually invests in the World Bank Carbon Finance Unit. All fine and dandy if you got money, but not for the little folk, who are expected to sacrifice, Sacrifice, SACRIFICE at the Kyoto altar! And of course, all this for pushing his new film.
I’ll bet he couldn’t present any concrete proposals to reduce consumption without sacrificing jobs. If Algore kept his mouth shut, he’d reduce his carbon emissions alright!

Wednesday, May 24, 2006

House Leaders: RTFC

Filed under: | BS Patrol

In the light of the fact that House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-IL) has complained to President Bush about the recent raid of the home of Congressman William Jefferson (D-LA). Mr. Speaker, now would be a good time to sit down and read Article I, Section 6, Paragraph 1 from the Constitution of the United States:

Section 6: The Senators and Representatives shall receive a compensation for their services, to be ascertained by law, and paid out of the treasury of the United States. They shall in all cases, except treason, felony and breach of the peace, be privileged from arrest during their attendance at the session of their respective Houses, and in going to and returning from the same; and for any speech or debate in either House, they shall not be questioned in any other place.
[Emphasis added by Editor]

Last time I checked, Mr. Speaker, taking a bribe is a FELONY. Therefore, Congressman Jefferson should be subject to arrest and trial. You’re getting pretty damned arrogant up there in that Speaker’s Chair…just like any other politician from the Народная Республика Ильиной.



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