Archive for August, 2004

Posted: 08/30/2004 in Economics


How ironic is that? Ex-mayor of New York City, Ed Koch, a lifelong Democrat, supports Bush’s re-election, saying Kerry is leading the Democratic Party in the wrong direction. Here’s what he said:

“Why have I endorsed George W. Bush when I don’t agree with him on a single domestic issue? Because I believe the issue of international terrorism trumps all other issues. I don’t believe the Democratic Party has the stomach and commitment to deliver on this issue. I believe terrorism will be with us for many years to come. So long as Senators Ted Kennedy [who got away with murder] and Robert Byrd [former KKK member] are considered major leaders of the Democratic Party, and so long as we have radical candidates like Howard Dean, whose radical-left supporters have been described by the press as “Deaniacs,” the Democratic Party will be limited in its ability to serve the country well in times of crisis. Read the whole story at

It’s so typical of the left to call people “turncoats” when a Democrat disagrees with their agenda. Washington political analyst Christopher Hitchens, once the darling of the liberal movement, has been shunned, belittled, and ignored when he announced his support for the Iraq War explaining in great detail and historical perspective on why this war against Islamic fundamentalism must be fought.

But leftists (communists, statists, socialists, aka democrafts) resort to name calling and attacking a person’s character when that person disagrees with their political point of view. Well, not everyone wants more laws, more taxes, and more regulations telling individuals what they can do, say, eat, or think. Leftists are nothing more than control freaks. They hate the thought of individual responsibility which comes with liberty and the pursuit of happiness.


Posted: 08/30/2004 in Economics


Hurray! Kerry daughters didn’t get the reception they thought they would. They got booed off the stage at last night MTV awards. Shock-rocker Alice Cooper calls rock stars campaigning for Democrat John Kerry treasonous morons. “The 56-year-old Cooper says he was disgusted to learn the likes of Bruce Springsteen, John Mellencamp, R.E.M., Sheryl Crow, James Taylor and Dave Matthews were hitting the road for a series of concerts designed to help defeat President Bush.”

“To me, that’s treason,” Cooper told the Canadian Press. “I call it treason against rock ‘n’ roll because rock is the antithesis of politics. Rock should never be in bed with politics.”

Posted: 08/27/2004 in Economics


If the media had done its job, the veterans who served alongside John Kerry, would not have to be putting out ads. If the media had researched the validity of the claims being made, they would have arrived at the truth. But they failed to do their job. Why? Because mainstream media only supports the Left’s agenda. They will do nothing to get in its way.

The Swift Boat Veterans have the same first amendment right to free speech as does Michael Moore. Again, if the media had done it’s homework, Michael Moore would be exposed for the charlatan that he is. Read Christopher Hitchen’s review of Fahrenheit 9/11 — . Let’s face it, mainstream media is bent to the Left and they refuse to give us fair, thorough and balanced reporting.

I want to thank the heroic swift boat veterans who stuck their neck out to tell us the truth about Kerry. As a result of these ads, Kerry, after 30 years of lying to Congress and the American people, finally admitted he was not in Cambodia on Christmas Eve in 1974 while Nixon was president (Nixon took office in Jan 1975).

Also, why is the media not demanding that Kerry open up his entire military service record to the public? Why is he preventing the media and the public from seeing it? What else is he trying to hide from the American people?

Posted: 08/24/2004 in Economics


Actors: Danny Aiello, Kim Alexis, Steven Baldwin (yes, Alec’s brother), Orson Bean, Catherine Bell, Tom Beringer, Ernest Borgnine, Bruce Boxleitner, Drew Laura Flynn Boyle, Delta Burke, Dixie Carter, Nell Carter, Sean Connery, Robert Conrad, Tony Danza, Bo Derek, Jerry Doyle, Robert Duvall, Clint Eastwood, Buddy Ebsen, Jamie Farr, Jeff Foxworthy, Dennis Franz, John Gavin, Mel Gibson, Kelsey Grammar, George Hamilton, Angie Harmon, Lisa Hartman-Black, Patricia Heaton, Hal Holbrook, Dennis Hopper, James Earl Jones, Don King, Cheryl Ladd, John Larroquette, Denis Leary, Susan Lucci, Michael Moriarity, Jim Nabors, Chuck Norris, Gary Oldman, Tony Sirico, Carey, Glenn Ford, Heather Locklear, Regis Philbin, Rick Schroeder, Roseanne, Paul Sorvino, Kathy Ireland, Roger Moore, Joan Collins, Shannon Dogherty, Ann Margaret, Barret Swatek, Russell Means, Joe Pesci, Kurt Russell, Pat Sajak, Adam Sandler, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tracy Scoggins, Tom Selleck, Ron Silver, Gary Sinise, Will Smith, Connie Stevens, Fred Thompson, John Travolta, Ellen Treanor, Jimmy “JJ” Walker, James Woods, Bruce Willis

Directors/Producers: David Lynch, George Lucas, Aaron Russo, Bob Gale, Lionel Chetwynd, Franco Zefferelli

Singers/Composers: Kid Rock, Britney Spears, Brooks & Dunn, Ted Nugent, LL Cool J, Snoop Dogg, Alice Cooper, Gary Cherone, Clint Black, Charlie Daniels, Crystal Gayle, Mike Love, Loretta Lynn, Barbara Mandrell, Louise Mandrell, Don McClean, Reba McEntire, Johnny Mathis, Oak Ridge Boys, Marie Osmond, Ricky Skaggs, Travis Tritt, ZZ Top, Andrew Lloyd Weber, Gene Simmons, Meat Loaf, Wayne Newton, John Secada

Comics: Dennis Miller, Adam Sandler, Ben Stein, Jackie Mason, Victoria Jackson

Sports: Tiger Woods, Kobe Bryant, Wayne Gretzky, Denise Austin, Chris Evert, Charles Barkley, George Brett, John Elway, Brett Favre, Bobby Knight, Tommy Lasorda, Al Michaels, Pete Sampras, Mario Lemieux, Jim Nantz, Mike Ditka, Joe Paterno, Jason Sehorn, George Steinbrenner, Joe Torres

TV/Radio: Paul Harvey, Larry King, Charles McCord

Posted: 08/09/2004 in Economics

My Mom

My mom passed away today. She was 94 years old and the most beautiful and most important woman I ever knew. I loved her very, very much. She gave so much to me, to my sisters and my brother. She gave us her love, her hard work, her sweat, her tears, her life. She and my dad brought us to the United States after WWII ended so that we didn’t have to live under Communism in Poland, my parents homeland. They wanted us to grow up in a free world. Helena was her name. She believed in hard work, discipline and saving for a rainy day. She died penniless, but rich in memories knowing she gave everything she had so that her children could have a better life. And even till the very end, her mind was very sharp. My only solace is that she passed on quickly. I’m going to miss you mama! Ja cie kocham!

Posted: 08/02/2004 in Economics


In this morning’s NY Times, Bob Herbert writes:

“Mr. Kerry’s biggest manhood problem has nothing to do with Vietnam or the war on terrorism. Rather, it’s the sense that he never attacks an issue unflinchingly – that he waffles on the tough ones, that his only constancy lies in the wordiness of his bromides. Maybe what he needs is to take a sensitive, complicated problem, lay down a core conviction, and stick with it through thick and thin.”

Sorry Mr. Herbert, but I don’t think that’s possible for Mr. Kerry. And, precisely why I penned him “Scary Kerry.”

Another item missing from Kerry’s bandaid speech was the topic of illegal immigration! Millions are sneaking in every year causing havoc with jobs and social services, yet the subject is not on Kerry’s or Edwards’ radar screen. This, more than anything, scares me about this duo.

Posted: 08/02/2004 in Economics


Newspaper Claims Moore Altered Front Page AP, Aug. 1, 2004 Filmmaker Michael Moore’s Bush-bashing documentary “Fahrenheit 9/11” has apparently upset more than Republicans. The Pantagraph newspaper in Bloomington said Friday it sent a letter to Moore and the film’s distributor, Lions Gate Entertainment Corp., asking for an apology for using what it said was a doctored front page in his movie. – Read the whole story…