Monday, May 15, 2006

Monday Morning Coffee

Jeez, I'm a busybusybusy man! Sorry for the scarcity of posts, but that's why it's a good idea to subscribe via the links at the right - so you'll know when my latest wit and wisdom is posted. Here's a few items to tide you over:

• DUBYA TO PRETEND HE CARES: Tonight, Dubya is gonna screw up everyone's Tivos who want to watch the "Jack Bauer Power Hour" by making a speech intended to calm down those you are fed up with his feckless surrender of the Southern border to invaders fleeing his pal Vincente Fox's corrupt incompetence. Michelle Malkin drop the bomb on this charade. Go read her post and despair for our nation's future.

John Derbyshire at The Corner said last Friday morning when this pooch screw was announced:

I shall run screaming from the room if the President utters any of the following words or phrases:

jobs Americans won't do
nation of immigrants
family values don't stop at the Rio Grande
good-hearted people
path to citizenship
my good friend Vicente Fox
this is not amnesty
Make a checklist and cross them out as Dubya says them. (I will.)

The Stupid Party is going to lose their asses over this. Unfortunately, the Dems see illegals as voters to bribe with the wealth of the producers and have rubber-stamped citizenships of felons in order to secure the votes they can't win with their terrible ideas. This leaves voters with two parties who pay lip service to border security only to then ignore it for their own petty, cynical partisan reasons.

• THE LATEST ATTACK OF THE TREASON MEDIA against the NSA and the data-mining of call records shows that they only fear police states when someone other than Dems are poking into our lives. I was walking thru a warehouse last Friday and some poor fools were listening to Air AmeriKKKa's Jerry Springer and he was lying that the gub'ment was monitoring, as in listening, to our calls, which they aren't, but why should facts get in the way of the Big Lies of the fascist Left?

When people trip over their privacy concerns, I wonder how many are worried about political dissent being crushed and how many are guys who are calling their mistresses or junkies paging their dealers who are afraid of getting busted? Think about it.

• MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE III: Caught it yesterday and liked it a lot. Surprisingly intense in spots and great action, but by making it more about the team, it renders it all a bit generic. If Tom Cruise is a drag on the B.O., they could drop him for another, cheaper and less crazy, lead. 8/10.

• THE PRODUCERS: I can see why it was a big Broadway smash, but it's a lousy movie. 4/10.

• FRIDAY FIVER: Yeah, it's late. Sue me.

1. How many siblings do you have?


2. Do you get along with your family?

Not really.

3. Think you look like anyone in your family?

No. (Thank God.)

4. Do you want / do you have any children of your own?

No and not that I know of. ;-)

5. Special plans for Mother's Day?

None. Gave Mom a brief call, but that's it.

(Yeesh. I could've skipped this one, couldn't I?)

• DIRK'S DISH DU JOUR: Since she was one of the few things that didn't stink up "The Producers", here's that lovely Swedish dish, Uma Thurman.

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