Friday, December 30, 2005

It's Friday... the Wounded Warriors at Walter Reed are waiting for us

And the angry, leftist, terrorist-funding, law-breaking, blood-dancing peace-rioters are hoping we won't be there.

We mess up their game plan. They hope to beat down the spirit of our wounded warriors with their little demonstrations. They say they support our troops, but how much money have they collected for them? How much aid have they sent to Fisher House?

Not one damn dime. Not one damn penny.

But they do collect money and send it to the "insurgents" who are blowing up our soldiers.

Their pals the insurgents do their work in Iraq, and Code Pink and friends take over the job on American soil.

They hope to win the hearts and minds of America's finest men and women, by saying they want increased government funding for vets - but they slip up when confronted, and they call our soldiers murderers.

So, which is it?

Are our soldiers heroes, or are they murderers?

Well, if you listen to the leftist's own words, they call our soldiers murderers.

And they don't even have the little pink balls to go up to a healthy soldier, or stand outside a military base and call our soldiers murderers.

They go to a military hospital, and taunt the soldiers least likely to kick their sorry, America-hating butts.

How much courage of conviction does that take?

We'll be there.

To call them cowards.

To tell them that their protest of the war belongs downtown, where war-making decisions are made.

To tell them that they are a disgrace to humanity by taunting wounded soldiers as they do.

To tell passers-by that Code Pink and fellow travelers fund the bombers who are filling the beds at Walter Reed.

To tell them that in America's most liberal city, they can't even get a crowd to join them, because even most liberals have consciences and know that taunting our wounded soldiers is disgusting, and they will have no part of it.

We'll also be there to say a very hearty, "Thank You!" to the wounded soldiers, their families and friends, and the medical personnel who are helping them to heal.

We remember Vietnam and how our vets from that war were treated, and we say, "Not this time! Not on our watch!"

Come join us!

Thursday, December 29, 2005

Cindy Sheehan Announces Winter Dates for "CindyPalooza" Tour !!

Hasn't anyone told her yet, that her 15 minutes were up back in August, 2005?

Latest dates on the CindyPalooza Tour include:

Washington, DC on January 31, 2006 - to protest the State of The Union speech.

Houston, TX on February 20, 2006 - to protest the President's mother, Barbara Bush.

Does it matter to Cindy that Barbara Bush knows very well what it's like to lose a child? Robin Bush was only three years old when she died from leukemia. After Robin's tragic death, rather than resorting to psychotically stalking the doctors who cared for the terminally ill little girl, Barbara Bush grieved the loss of Robin, but she also turned her focus back to her surviving children.

Barbara Bush also lends her name, and gives her time, to productive charitable causes, including her service as Americares ambassador-at-large; a board member on the Mayo Clinic Foundation; and supports various other effective charitable organizations, including the Leukemia Society of America, the Ronald McDonald House, and the Boys & Girls Club of America.

She also helped develop the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, in 1989. This foundation supports and encourages the development of family literacy programs, to help break the intergenerational cycle of illiteracy.

Barbara Bush is involved, with her family as well as with productive charitable causes.

And Cindy Sheehan stalks Barbara Bush and her son, our President.

April 4, 2006 - the first annual Camp Casey Peace Foundation Peace Festival and Concert, location TBD

Cindy says, on her blog that the foundation, "will be awarding the Casey Sheehan Peace Prize, a cash prize, to a young peace activist every year. We want to foster the growth of solving problems non-violently..." hmmm, maybe Malachy Kilbride can win that prize, for trying to solve problems non-violently? Nah, there's a problem with that pesky "non-violent" part.

Crawford, TX, April 11 through at least April 16, 2006 - Celebrate Easter in a Ditch with the woman who the radical left in America has adopted as the "Mother" of their movement.

Here's another comment from Cindy's blog:

Like Michael Moore, I want to be a fly on the wall when Bush and company are hauled out of the White House in handcuffs. Impeachment is not necessary for people who never were elected - eviction is what is needed.

So what is she saying? Is she encouraging the radicals in America to do something decidedly not non-violent?

Maybe Homeland Security should be watching her and her little peace-rioter friends?

Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Landry tagged me...

Nearest I can tell, I'm now supposed to tell five weird habits, or quirky things, about me.

1. I have saved spent brass for more than 10 years, with the plan to, "one day" when I have more time, become a reloader. I'm running out of places to put the stuff, but "one day" I'll get around to it.

2. I don't want to "dialogue" with so-called peace protesters. The vast majority of them are commie-leftist-idiots. And they aren't at all interested in "dialogue." They want you to be quiet and listen to them tell you all that is wrong about this country. If it's so damn bad, then why don't they make use of the empty rafts on our southeastern shores, that newly free Cuban refugees will gladly give them, and paddle their way to a socialist's paradise?

3. Procrastination is my middle name. I work better when under pressure, it seems.

4. I do my own gardening and yard work. No illegal aliens on my payroll.

5. Back in the olden days, I threw out chain mail. Now today, I may be answering Landry's tag, but I won't pass it on... because I procrastinated for so long that there's nobody left to pass it on to.

Happy New Year, everyone! (except for Malachy Kilbride and the other idiot lefties reading this - I hope that 2006 is the most unpleasant and unprofitable year they have ever seen)

Q: How Do You Know if Your Activism is Effective?

A: If you have a stalker.

Name: Malachy Kilbride
Affiliations: Spokesman for The Monkey Pants Collective*, DAWN-DC, Code Pink, Peace Action, Free Socialist International*...

*appears only to be one-person operations that this violent, woman-hating POS made up in his tiny little mind.

Malachy seems to have taken a psychotic interest in me personally after I videotaped a "protest" that he and his America-hating leftist friends had planned at the Silver Spring, MD Armed Forces Recruiting Center.

You see, leftists feel that they have every right to videotape, in the name of "Independent Media" anything they feel is newsworthy - but let someone else do the same thing? No way, according to Malachy and his "non-violent" friends.

Almost as soon as I started (silently) taping that day, the lefties started going berserk. They started asking me who I was, was I a good person or a bad person; and when I didn't answer their questions, they started shoving their signs in front of my camera, their menfolk came up to me and bodily blocked my camera, and some goofball woman charged into the camera to bare her teeth. Don't ask me - I just film these idiots. I don't try to psychoanalyze them.

Anyway, after I managed to get away from the tall, mangy, spitting lefty man, I walked down to the end of the block where the younger lefties were gathered together holding "books not bombs" and "peace now" signs - when out of the blue Malachy Kilbride came prancing right up to my camera with his limp little posterboard sign in hand, and he began slamming his sign into my camera and me and ranting about Alberto Gonzalez.

Great work, Malachy. Attack a short, chubby middle-aged woman - ON CAMERA! Montgomery County, Maryland doesn't take too kindly to men who violently assault women.

And I'll bet that your boss has a rule about using your computer - during business hours - to stalk the woman you assaulted a month ago; especially considering who your boss is. And there is no way to scrub your tracks from the boss's computers. Too late, anyway, little boy. You've been caught red-handed. Fitting for a commie, isn't it?

Folks, it's not too difficult to find out who I am, as Malachy Kilbride was able to do it (with the help of a NAZI Socialist nutcase I pissed off a bunch of years ago, during my days as a gun-rights activist). I've been very active in the gun rights community for years, and have been quoted in many news articles in that regard. I've helped some very good RKBA groups in Maryland to raise public awareness of the societal benefits of firearms ownership, helped to elect public officials who respect the Second Amendment, and have encouraged many women to learn how to safely handle (and own) firearms for self protection and for sport.

I semi-retired, in a manner of speaking, from RKBA activism after the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, because my energies were needed in the fight against terrorism and those who support the terrorists, in the US. Since 2001, I've been involved with a group of good folks in DC and beyond, in exposing the enemies on our shores.

And that's why Malachy Kilbride, Jim MacDonald, Eric Anderson, Gael Murphy, Medea Benjamin, Allison Yorra, Mara VerHeyden-Hilliard, Brian Becker, Victor/Victoria and all the other leftists that come to DC for their peace riots hate me, and my friends in the DC Chapter of Free Republic, so much.

Am I worried about Malachy Kilbride and the others "coming after me?" Not really. They have left too many tracks that would lead right back to them, if anything happened to me. And my family would end up very rich.

Landry Fan, I will answer your challenge next...