Thursday, November 23, 2006

Happy Thanksgiving!

I just wanted to take a moment to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving and to list some of the things that I am thankful for.

I am thankful for...
  • My family and all the support I have received from them
  • My loving wife
  • My wonderful son
  • This great country of ours
  • All of my wonderful friends
  • My great new friends: Lefty, Metal Lord, Black Label Axe, Gore Master, Ken Hawk, Lord's Lady, Lady Evil, Fat Jenk, B.L. Sabob, Tony, Daydreamer, Stitches, Ranando, Christopher (The Conservative Cowboy), Bushwack, Sues, and everyone else that I forgot.
  • All of the wonderful conveniences that we have.
  • Our Service men and women who serve this country with such pride and bravery

That is my list. I invite all of the members of the blog to use the edit function to add your own list below this one. I would also love for all my other readers to add their list in the comments section.

Go enjoy your turkey, turducken, tofurky, or whatever you eat this day; enjoy the football games (go Cowboys!); and most of all, enjoy spending time with your families.


Lefty is thankful for:

My awesome family!

My wonderful friends: BND, Al Bundy, Metallord, Ken Hawk (GO BEARS), BLSABOB, Fat Jenk, Lordslady, Ladyevil, Blacklabelaxe, Tony, Daydreamer, Bushwack, Stitches, and the members of Metal Pwns All.

My education, which I am so lucky to have gotten.

All the material items I am so lucky to have.

Our brave service men and women.

Our good political leaders out there.


Like BND said, make sure you eat whatever it is you eat on this day. Drink some beer, play some Xbox 360 or PS3, and have a wonderful time! GO BEARS!

KEn AhWAK is thankful for:

My wife. No words here can possibly express how lucky I was when I first caught eyes with her 7 years ago. I am the happiest guy I know.
My family and friends. We had 115 show at our wedding reception last week and received great comments from people regarding what cool people they met that night and what wonderful friends we have. To hear that total strangers met and enjoyed themselves that night shows what great people we have around us, we are very fortunate.
The great guys on this board - BND, Lefty (Da Bears), Al, Axe, Bob, Lord, Joe, Eddie, Bushwhack, Ranando, this is a great group of buds here.
My life. I can say I've worked hard for what I have, and gone through things I wish no one else ever would, thats a part of my life. But another part is where I was born, in a country where I can speak my mind and live the way I wish without fear. We are very fortunate to be dealt the cards that we were. Some can do the best with what they have and never be in a free country.
Our men and women in the armed forces. My best friend returned from Iraq this month and at two wedding receptions he was loudly applauded. I've never been so proud of him.
Football. Metal. Beer. Lesbians. These things complete me.

Happy Thanksgiving to you all from your pal Ken Hawk.... who's got a turkey jammed on his head.


Well i'm thankful for ..

My Great Wife.

My Family And Friends.

All the Great ppl I've met online.

And MPA,LOCR,BND BLOG, Which are
the best sites online hails...

AND .... For the great dinner we
made to day..............
11/23/2006 1:15 PM


I'm thankful for my family and friends! To those at the Metal Pwns All, Lords of Classic Rock, and Metal Temple sites, Happy Thanksgiving.


I'm thankful for my family from blood, and for my online family and metal bretheren- BigNewsDay and Lefty Metalhead- horns up forever! I'm thankful for the humor of Ken Hawk, who seems to make me fall out of my chair and call somebody about it nomatter how much I think I've seen all the humor there is to be seen. I'm thankful for the thought-provoking antagonism of B.L. Sabob, and for the MetalPWNSAll headbangers for keeping the faith long after Blabbermouth died. I'm also thankful for Bushwack's crew of minutemen and patriots. Sorry for the late post guys, I've been drunk since about 2 weeks ago.

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Micheal Richards just got PWN3D!!1


Micheal Richards starts acting like a cunt then gets pwnt by someone in the audience and walks off stage.

Public Schools Fail the People who Need them the Most

As we all know, business monopolies create terrible hardship. Government monopolies create hardship, murder, war, tyranny, and a despickable regression in the advancement of civilization.

The Catholic Church created a spiritual monopoly in Europe which earned the entire continent's era the infamous title, "Dark Ages". Eventually Europeans wised up and experienced a Renaissance of art and science, and civilization prospered. Ironically, the Arab world, who prospered while Europe was doing "Hail Mary's" in the Dark Ages, traded places under the dark oppression of Isalm as the progress-undoing torchbearers of world culture.

Then the French revolution changed the entire world with philosophies such as those of Thomas Locke, which our own Constitution shamelessly borrows from. Our founding fathers built a government to protect these rights: to life, liberty, and the persuit of happiness. Ignoring the clearly defined limited role our government is restrained to by our sacred document, people thought it'd be a good idea to let our government have a monopoly on education.

Fast-forwarding through the entire history of public schools, you'll find it mirrors the life cycle of any government: it starts out noble and responsible, then declines as it grows larger until it eventually explodes under the weight of its own fat, like the dude from the movie "Seven".

The government now spends approximately $11,000 per year per student, and yet they constantly get their asses whipped silly by private schools who very rarely have tuitions as high as the "little man's" school system. If it's starting to making you feel uneasy, read on!

Private schools are better because the school has to earn your money by providing competent schooling, and having a proven track record of superior test scores and college placement. If the school doesn't perform, your kid goes to a better one.

Solution: Not everyone can afford private schools, for sure. But how about this: you get to choose where your $11,000 per child that the government coughs up goes to. You get to pick the school that will teach your child how to succeed academically. Because public schools don't compete, they are subject to the brutality of a government-run monopoly. Prayer in school? Vote with your wallet. Orchestra, sports? Again, vote with your wallet. Single-sex, co-ed? Stop bitching at people who can only accept a one-size-fits-all answer and make things happen!

Left wingers who get elected by pandering to idiots are hypocritical to the core on this. Reverend Jesse Jackson refuses to allow choice in our education system, yet all his kids went to private schools. "The public schools aren't good enough where I live". Basically, the politicians who oppose your right to choose believe that they deserve a priveledge that you do not.

The people who would need higher education standards are the poor and the middle class- exactly the people who cannot afford private schools, at least not without vouchers. Public schools fail the people who need them the most.

Monday, November 20, 2006

The Terrorists Have Already Won

We have met the enemy, and he is us.

Reinstate the Draft?

You might expect this from blood-thirsty, baby-killing Republicans, but check out his "D" next to the "New York". Charlie Rangel (D-NY) is introducing legislation to bring back conscription to the United States. I look forward to watching his credibility, and his head roll after dropping that gem of a bill.

In my opinion, no free country should ever have to force its people into military service. If our leadership represents us, then they shouldn't draw us into a conflict so unpopular that we can't staff our armed forces with volunteers.

"No arsenal, no weapon in the arsenals of the world, is so formidable as the will and moral courage of free men and women."

- Ronald Reagan

I'd rather fight with a squad of volunteers than a whole platoon of Gomer Pile draftees.

Friday, November 17, 2006

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Ask Ken Hawk and Big SportsDay

Dr. Hawk is back at the desk, taking your calls and probably still trying to fax his weiner. This week's submissions include a gentleman interested in a solution to his smoking habit, another who's fed up with those lame bumper stickers on cars, and a woman considering whether to blow the whistle on some ineffecient co-workers. Book you appointment today!
In other news, Coach Hawk is continuing his roll with the Friday NFL Huddles on BigSportsDay. Seriously, get your ass in gear and make a comment or the lesbian pictures are coming out.

Ask Ken Hawk

Big Sports Day

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Our New Domains

We have secured domain names for two websites that will be up shortly. At the moment, the links will bring you to our forums, but within the next couple of weeks, big changes will be coming to both web site. - Don't forget to stop by the MPA Chatroom and talk with the MPA crew.

Stop by and take a look around.

Sunday, November 12, 2006

Democrat Stupidity

Just to show you that I'm a bipartisan muckraker, here's a reason to hate some of the Democrat leaders as well. While Loserman hardly qualifies as a Democrat, Durbin and Clinton definitely are.

It takes a Village Nag.

By the way, just in case you thing this is a personal issue with me, let me tell you that I hate video games and generally think they are a stupid waste of time. But I think everyone has the right to waste their time in the way that they see fit. Furthermore, I believe that all the emphasis on blaming videogames, blaming Hollywood, blaming music, etc. is worse than stupid and wrong, its harmful. Its harmful because it distracts society from dealing with the real problems facing kids and young adults. It is a way for parents to have someone else to point at, rather than taking a look at themselves and their lifestyles. Parents and politicians should switch the question from "What affect is this entertainment having on our children?" to "Why are our children so attracted to violent entertainment?" They are concentrating on the symptoms, not the causes.


Just as a reminder, the Reichwing morons love whining about what Hollywood is doing to the children. Hide the kids! Its Madonna!!

BLA Update:

Here's something we can all celebrate:

Friday, November 10, 2006

OH S**T!!!!!!!!!!


Ok we need to act quickly to prevent this from geting any further than it already is. Monkeys can not be allowed to take over this world.

This is by far one of the scariest articles I have ever read.

Apes of Wrath

Thursday, November 09, 2006

Kendra Mehlman to Resign from RNC

Second Scalp.

Keep 'em coming.

Mission not yet accomplished.

My humble opinions

On the thread below, my brother BlackLabelAxe addresses some key issues regarding the future of our country which I believe are very valid concerns. Here are his comments along with my position on the issues:

Okay, party time is over. Now it's back to the issues:

Higher minimum wage laws actually hurt business owners and minimum wage earners alike.

Government price controls on medicine destroy any incentive for creating newer, better drugs.

Government control over education, specifically the Board of Education, has caused the quality of education from our public schools to drop every year despite record amounts of money being spent.

Which shall we debate first?

I'll bite

We need to raise minimum wage to a standard that people can actualy live off of. Yes, this may hurt business owners in the short term, but in the long term, it will put more money into the marketplace and boost our economy a hell of a lot more than Bush's bullshit tax cuts.

We need to control the cost of medicine, because at the moment, so many prescriptions are beyond the reach of those who need it. The drug manufacturers are not creating newer, better drugs, but just more expensive ways to control people's afflictions. Why are they not actually seeking cures? Because it is more profitable to stick people on a drug that they must take every day for the rest of their life.

And finally, Education! Who should be in control of the standards in education? I agree that what we are doing now is failing, and it must be stopped for the sake of our children and our future.

Here in Texas, we have put such an emphasis on standardized testing, instead of actually concentrating on teaching our kids. Last time I checked, Texas schools stil ranked 50th in the country. We need to spend the money on hiring better teachers and obtaining better resources to assist in the learning process.

The problem is not with how much money we are spending, but with how we are spending the money.


OK, that is my opinion on those topics, and I want to say thank you to BLA for bringing these issues into the discussion. I know many of you will have very different opinions, and I'm looking forward to hearing them.

I do agree that party time is over, and it is time to buckle down and get shit done.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

A strong, clear message

I was going to type up a long rant about how happy I am about the election results, but I was having a hard time putting my feelings into words. Then, I received the following newsletter from the Obama camp, and I think this pretty much sums it up:

Dear Friend,

Congratulations. You did it.

At this hour, because of your voices and your votes, the Democratic Party has taken back the House and the Senate for the first time in more than a decade. Across the country, a new generation of leaders is coming to Washington – leaders who are ready to listen to the American people and solve America’s problems.

This should make us happy Democrats, but more importantly, it should make us hopeful Americans.

Hopeful that the years of gridlock and partisanship; of blame and bickering will finally give way to civility and solutions.

Hopeful that this overwhelming victory will finally force the President to realize that governing is not a war of ideologies, but a contest of ideas.

Hopeful that when we’re finally able to bring the issues you care about to the halls of Congress, we will finally have enough leaders – Democrat and Republican – who say “yes” to a higher minimum wage, “yes” to more affordable health care and college tuition, “yes” to an energy independent America, and “yes” to a new plan in Iraq that starts to bring our troops home.

Elections come and elections go. Some make little difference in the life of our country – and some change the course of history forever. I am so proud of those of you who have donated your time, your energy, and your resources to get us where we are today. But in order to change history, we now have to work even harder to turn last night’s results into tomorrow’s progress. I’ll be asking you to help me do this in the days and months to come, and I can’t wait to get to work.


U.S. Senator Barack Obama

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Speaking of Wussy Blabberbitches

I wonder if Stupid1 committed suicide this morning, or is he just rolled up in the fetal position in his mother's attic screaching about communists and the liberal media?

Scumsfeld is history

Pelosi takes her first scalp.


When does he War Crimes trial start for him?

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Monday, November 06, 2006


A few months back we had a poll called the Wussiest Blabberbitch wich DDT rightly won. A few months after that poll we had another to follow it. We had forgotten all about the poll. AND THE WINNER IS.......


bori is the one on the left.

Saturday, November 04, 2006

Army Times to call for Rumsfeld's resignation

Now what is really affecting the moral of the troops? It isn't John Kerry. It is a complete lack of leadership in Washington.

(CNN) -- An editorial to be published Monday in independent publications that serve the four main branches of the U.S. military will call for President Bush to replace Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.

"Basically, the editorial says, it's clear now, from some of the public statements that military leaders are making, that he's lost the support and respect of the military leadership," said Robert Hodierne, senior managing editor for the publications' parent company Army Times Publications.

"That they're starting to go public with that now, with their disagreements, added up with all of the other missteps we believe he's made, that it's time for him to be replaced," Hodierne.

Army Times Publications publishes the Army Times, Navy Times, Air Force Times and the Marine Corps Times.

It is the second time the publications have called for Rumsfeld to resign.

I know some of the Conservative readers may say "What do you expect? it's from CNN, and we all know how the "Librul Media" feel about our troops."

Well, read the full editorial at The Army Times.

Friday, November 03, 2006

George W. Bush Saves A Baby

A little comic relief

Thanks to Jenk for finding this one

And Speaking of Gay Conservatives...

America's Newest Fraternity:

I Felta Guy

Rep. paying ex-mistress about $500K

Another Republican sex scandal. A Republican Congressman attempts to strangle his mistress, and then gets to pay to shut the mistress up until after the election? This is insane!

ALLENTOWN, Pa. - A Republican congressman accused of abusing his ex-mistress agreed to pay her about $500,000 in a settlement last year that contained a powerful incentive for her to keep quiet until after Election Day, a person familiar with the terms of the deal told The Associated Press.

Rep. Don Sherwood (news, bio, voting record) is locked in a tight re-election race against a Democratic opponent who has seized on the four-term congressman's relationship with the woman. While Sherwood acknowledged the woman was his mistress, he denied abusing her and said that he had settled her $5.5 million lawsuit on confidential terms.

The settlement, reached in November 2005, called for Cynthia Ore to be paid in installments, according to a person who spoke on condition of anonymity because the deal is confidential. She has received less than half the money so far, and will not get the rest until after the Nov. 7 election, the person said Thursday.

It Boggles The Mind

Who could have ever suspected that this guy was a closeted homosexual? Shocking. Simply shocking.

A voice match expert nails Haggard from voicemails asking for meth: Game. Set. Match.
My guess is that he'll cop to the meth charge, but not the cockchugging charge, then enter rehab, just like La Cage A Foley.

The Return of Ken Hawk

Ken Hawk is back from his two-week hiatus, and has provided another outstanding preview of this week's contests in the National Football League. Stop by BigSportsDay to add your two cents, or just to tell Ken that vacations during the football season will no longer be tolerated.

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Brilliant New Ad

If I had a job as a political consultant, this is the kind of ad I'd like to make:

Dean: Boehner Owes Military An Apology

I can't believe the House Republican leader had the nerve to blame George Bush's failed policies in Iraq on the Generals on the ground. These same generals have made several request that have been ignored by the current administration.

Washington, DC – Today during an interview on CNN, House Republican Leader John Boehner blamed the military for the problems with the Bush Administration’s failed Iraq policies. Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean issued the following statement calling on Boehner to apologize to the men and women in the armed services for his irresponsible election year rhetoric:

“After the Bush Administration’s numerous failures in Iraq, to blame our brave troops is just wrong. John Boehner should apologize immediately. Once again, Republican leadership is pointing fingers rather than taking responsibility for their failures. Our brave troops deserve better from Republican leaders like Don Rumsfeld, John Boehner and Dick Cheney.”

I Love This Stuff!!!

I may be sick of politics and politicians, but I'll never get sick of seeing these hypocritical scumbags exposed for the deranged lying sociopaths that they are.

While I think that politics is a SYMPTOM of the problems we face as a species, I think that extremist religion as one of the CAUSES of our disease.

Radical extreme religiousity, be it Christian, Muslum, Hindu, Pagan or whatever, is a CONTAGIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS. It denies the body and enslaves the mind.

Man will never be free until the last king is strangled with the entrails of the last priest. - Denis Diderot.



Haggard resigns
But still maintains his innocence of the affair. Of course, just like La Cage au Foley, all innocent men immediately resign when confronted by false allegations, riiiiiiiiight?

This is one of the Reichwing Christianists big guns. And this just once again exposes their leaders as being hypocritical lying perverts, in a swing state right before the election. Great fucking news!!


Pastor Haggard has admitted to some of the indiscretions claimed by Mike Jones, but not all of them.

What the hell does that mean? He was only pitching, not catching?

Ooh! Jethuth Chritht!

Columnist Coulter in hot water over voting

WEST PALM BEACH, Florida (AP) -- Conservative columnist Ann Coulter has refused to cooperate in an investigation into whether she voted in the wrong precinct, so the case will probably be turned over to prosecutors, Palm Beach County's elections chief said Wednesday.

Elections Supervisor Arthur Anderson said his office has been looking into the matter for nearly nine months, and he would turn over the case to the state attorney's office by Friday.

Coulter's attorney did not immediately return a call Wednesday. Nor did her publicist at her publisher, Crown Publishing.

Knowingly voting in the wrong precinct is a felony punishable by up to five years in prison.

Anderson's office received a complaint in February that Coulter voted in the wrong precinct during a February 7 Palm Beach town council election.

Anderson said a letter was sent to Coulter on March 27 requesting that she clarify her address for the voting records "or face the possibility of her voter registration being rescinded." Three more letters were sent to Coulter and her attorney, but she has yet to respond with the information requested, Anderson said.

In July, Anderson said, he received a letter from Coulter's attorney, Marcos Daniel Jimenez D'Clouet. The letter said the attorney would only discuss the matter in person or by telephone because, he complained, Anderson had given details to the media. Anderson said the matter had to be discussed in writing.

The right-wing commentator also authored a book that said some September 11 widows were "enjoying their husbands' deaths."

Copyright 2006 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed

My question is "will she go to a male or female prison?"

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Same ol' GOP Tricks are Growing Old

Republicans still can't discuss the issues. When a Democrat speaks on a real issue, that Democrat gets attacked by right-wing thugs.

  • Michael J. Fox gets attacked by Rush Lardball for wanting a cure to his disease.
  • Harold Ford has had some dispicable attack ads aimed at him that are attempting to play on good 'ol southern racist feelings to steal the election.
  • George Allen gets caught making a racist statement and tries to deflect critisism by pointing out some smutty scenes ina fictional book written by his competitor.
  • George W. Bush keeps saying that if the Dems win these mid-terms, there will be more terrorist attacks.
  • A mistatement by John Kerry is exploited by the White House.

Enough is enough. Fortunately, Americans are getting sick of all of this bullshit, and it is being reflected in numerous polls.


Lefty's Two Cents:

Republicans know they're about to lose the House and possibly the Senate. Therefore, there is no question that all this negative garbage they have spun is an attempt to get some of their hardcore Evangelical wingnuts out to vote, especially since many of these wingnuts have decided not to vote due to the Iraq quagmire. Their dirty tricks are despicable, and we should not rule out voter fraud on their part next Tuesday! These pricks lack so many scruples, that there is no limit to what they're capable of. George "macaca" Allen has been talking about abortion and all those wingnut issues to rile his base. It won't work. It's too late. I don't expect these morons to go without a fight. So let's keep a close watch on them this Tuesday!


Letterman PWNS O'Reilly

Round One

Round Two

My Two Cents On The Kerry Bruhahah

Bottom line: Anyone who actually heard or watched the statement Kerry made would know he was talking about Bush, not the troops, unless:

A. They are disingenuous partisans trying to make hay out of it in order to change the topic from Iraq, corruption and covering up for pedophiles, like the republicans and their media pawns are now doing.



Update by BND:

The Kerry camp strikes back.

Here is some text from a new CNN article regarding this fiasco.

A Kerry aide said that the prepared statement, which had been designed to criticize Bush, "was mangled in delivery."

Kerry was supposed to say, "I can't overstress the importance of a
great education. Do you know where you end up if you don't study, if you aren't
smart, if you're intellectually lazy? You end up getting us stuck in a war in

Before the announcement that the statement was botched, McCain, a Vietnam veteran and former prisoner of war, joined his GOP colleagues in condemning the remark and demanding an apology.

But Kerry refused to relent, calling the criticism part of the "classic GOP playbook."

"I'm not going to be lectured by a stuffed-suit White House mouthpiece standing behind a podium, or doughy Rush Limbaugh, who no doubt today will take a break from belittling Michael J. Fox's Parkinson's disease to start lying about me just as they have lied about Iraq."

He further expressed disgust with "Republican hacks, who have never worn the uniform of our country."

Kerry added that Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney "owe our troops an apology" because they "misled America into war."

Bush and Cheney "have given us a Katrina foreign policy that has betrayed our ideals, killed and maimed our soldiers, and widened the terrorist threat instead of defeating it," the senator said.

And a statement from Max Cleland sums this up pretty nicely
"John Kerry is a patriot who has fought tooth and nail for veterans ever since he came home from Vietnam. He has stood with his brothers in arms unlike this administration, which exploits our troops to make a political point and divide America,"

What the hell is wrong with people? I work with several conservatives that are jumping on this "swift boat", yet I believe that it shows a complete lack of intellegence and critical thinking ability. I've heard very few Republicans actually talk about issues, but are always quick to lambast thet character of anyone who speaks up for a Democrat. This is no different than Rush attacking someone seeking a cure for a horrible disease.