October 19, 2008

Stay the course

Wolf here.

Election day is less than three weeks from now, is time flying, or what?

For those worried about a possible Obama win, let’s remember all those silent majority types out there from whom we don’t hear until they let their votes do the talking, and remember that the lefty media, which is most of the Fourth Estate when you come right down to it, has a tendency to ignore the conservative majority in this country in order to mislead the public into believing that the bulk of the voting population shares their twisted socialist, anti-moral, anti-God, anti-America political outlook.

Keep in mind that despite the “Gore is kicking ass” and “Kerry is kicking ass” forecasts the media hammered us with in 2000 and 2004, right up to the last seconds the poll results were coming in, George W. Bush won both elections.

Keep in mind that the opposition faced by gen-u-ine Americans, those of us who cherish such things as the U.S. Constitution, limited government, the knowledge that ours is a nation founded on the principals of Judeo-Christianity, the knowledge that as Americans we are a decent, moral people who do not deserve the guilt trips being perpetually laid on us by the liberal minority that festers in the dark corners and under stones along the backsides of this great country and the certainty that sensible, patriotic Americans will rally their votes to ensure that the false messiah is sent back to Illinois with his political antiChrist tail locked firmly between his legs.

The Democrats, who have become no more than a cheap possession of the far left, have shown us that they no longer rate their status as a major American political party. Their inept, politically self-serving stewardship of Congress since the midterm elections has been one indicator. Their total “who cares if our candidates are corrupt, immoral liars with dubious connections? They’re Democrats, so we’ll vote for them anyway!” commitment to politics over patriotism is another indicator.

That silent majority I mentioned above is alive and well and will be voting come Election Day, and voting conservative. America will not allow herself to crumble under the heavy hand of leftist politics, America will not allow herself to succumb to a snake oil salesman from Illinois, America will stay the course.

by @ 9:19 am. Filed under Election 2008

October 6, 2008

A short thought

Sarah Palin makes a true and verifiable reference to Obama’s past association with a devoted commie, one who was the liberal presidential candidate’s mentor at the time, and the lefty media goes haywire, accusing the Republican VP candidate of underhanded, nasty mudslinging.

In other words, inconvenient truths are anathema when they concern a Democrat.

If a Democrat called a Republican a “shit eating baby rapist”, the media would see no problem, would probably applaud the Democrat’s boldness and plain spokenness. If the same Republican, however, said that the offending Democrat “is not a nice person”, the same media would scream that the Republican was resorting to sleazy innuendo to besmirch the good name of the Democrat.

Hypocrisy reigns to the left of the aisle.


by @ 11:17 am. Filed under Just Talking

October 5, 2008

A couple of things

Wolf here.

The article at the link below is one I found to be of interest, as in years gone by I had occasion to use the venerable weapon discussed about half a dozen times and believe it an asset to any grunt force that is graced with its issuance.

Shooters, enjoy.


Moving on, a column by Chuck Norris that’s worth the read:


In a so-called age of tolerance, it amazes me just how intolerant some people are of those who stand for traditional values. For example, if I stand against California’s memorializing of Harvey Milk Day or stand for California’s Proposition 8, which would create an amendment to the California Constitution to safeguard heterosexual purity in marriage (which I do support and encourage Gov. Schwarzenegger and all Californians to do the same), I’m considered by many to be intolerant and a bigot. But if another actor takes just the opposite positions on those measures, he is considered to be compassionate and a liberator. Or when a liberal candidate, such as Hillary Clinton, runs for president, her candidacy is considered a fulfillment of civil rights and women’s suffrage. But when a conservative candidate, such as Sarah Palin, runs for vice president, she’s considered a radical right-wing extremist who could usurp the Capitol by toting rifles at her side.

This is America, and we should respect the fact that we will have strong, diverse opinions, and we must allow one another the freedom of speech to air such opines, not suppress them through peer pressure of any type like children. I have many acting friends and many friends in politics. I vehemently disagree with some of them, and that is my American right, as it is theirs. We must agree to disagree agreeably, without blogging about or denigrating someone’s life and character before the nation and rest of the world. We must do better at keeping the focus on the fact that we are Americans first; we are not just conservatives and liberals.

Much as I hate to sound intolerant myself, I have to say that like Chuck, I am intolerant of intolerance by those who endorse tolerance only when it is directed toward their own beliefs, no matter how farfetched or downright off the charts they may be, yet see nothing wrong with denying the rest of us the right to express our own, dissenting, points of view.

This is one of the biggest anti-American traits demonstrated by so called “progressives” in our society, a trait more in line with communist dictum than with the First Amendment rights granted all Americans, not just those embracing liberal beliefs.

Liberal/leftist seepage into the Democratic party in my lifetime has waterlogged the folks on the far side of the aisle with some kind of phobia of the contents to be found among the articles of the U.S. Constitution, and this has reached the point of becoming a free-for-all over there.

What else would explain the Democrats’ wanting to make federal issues of agendas like gay “rights” or of their offering up a creature like Barack Obama as a presidential candidate?

– Wolf

by @ 8:40 am. Filed under Just Talking

October 2, 2008

Just saying hello

Wolf here.

This one’s short, just checking in.

First off, Seth left me this link to pass on in my first post at Hard Astarboard:


I read it, and all I can say is that it’s right on the money.

I can’t say I completely grasp what all the concern’s about among conservatives. Obama can’t win this election anyway, most pro-Obama buzz is coming out of the lefty media and big liberal cities, where dwell some of the least earthbound minds in these United States. Because liberals make the most noise, they give the mistaken impression that that there are a lot more of ‘em than there actually are.

The same technique has been used in warfare before.

The reality of the situation is that there are far more voters in this country who don’t have their heads buried deep in their nether regions, and these voters will elect McCain no matter how much of a racket the lefties make in the meantime.

Still in all, whenever I see a New Yorker who appears to be of some means and education walking around wearing an Obama button, I think something like “there’s another uninformed or simply downright stupid person who’s living in another world, one I personally wouldn’t want to visit”.

I wonder how many of these fools, after Obama loses in November, will come down with McCain Derangement Syndrome.

I’ll be opening an email account shortly for the sole purpose of responding to comments to my posts. One was provided by another of Seth’s friends, but I didn’t think it would be appropriate given certain subtleties which I prefer to maintain where my own background is concerned.

I’ll try and have this done before or on the weekend.


by @ 10:25 am. Filed under Election 2008