Tuesday, October 31, 2006

The GOP Must Win on November 7th

What I am about to say may sound old, especially after going through the 2004 election.  This is the most important election of our lifetime. The real possibility exists for the Democrats to take control of the house in senate in just one week.  You may consider this to be just a scare tactic by the right, "Vote or the Democrats will be in power."  It's much worse.  It's your scariest nightmare.  
If the Democrats take control of the house and senate Nancy Pelosi will be two heart beats from the oval office.  She is more likely two impeachments away.  John Conyers (the potential chair of the house judiciary committe) has already introduced articles of impeachment.  If the Democrats take both houses, they would have the ability to impeach both the president and vice president.  

If the house and senate are lost:
-the tax cuts will be allowed to expire and you will be paying more in tax money
-funding will be cut off from the war
-the fairness doctrine will be reinstated (no opinion shows will be allowed)
-meaningful border security will not be passed
-the Federal Marriage Ammendment will not be passed
-Many analysts believe that either (or maybe both) Justice Ginsburg and Justice Stevens will retire in the next  two years.  We  must have a Republican senate if the president will beable to nominate more justices who will support life and private property

If you are reading this post please vote Republican.  If you don't, don't wine when my above predictions come true.  If you can't vote, like myself, campaign for some of the Republican candidates.  They need all the support they can get.  
Remember: the last time conservatives made a protest vote (Ross Perot) we had eight years of Clinton.  On November 7th, don't sit on your hands.  Act!

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Thoughts on North Korea in light of their recent nuclear weapons tests

When Neville Chamberlain waved the treaty Adolf Hitler had signed with Britain, did he go down in history as a great diplomat?  NO!!

When LBJ, Carter and others urged apeasement with communist nations, did they go down in history as great diplomats?  NO!!

If the president and the Secretary of State get a treaty signed with the present axis powers (North Korea, Iran, and Syria) will they go down in history as great diplomats?  NO!!

When Churchill fought Germany he successfully ended the threat.

When Reagan took on Russia he successfully ended the threat.

Mr. President take on the evil of our time and don't back down!

In regards specifically to North Korea there are two good options that I have heard proposed.  1. Arm Taiwan, South Korea, and Japan to the teath, including nuclear weapons.  2.Use air planes armed with conventional weapons to take out North Korea's wmd's.

Force not diplomacy ends conflicts.

For full and complete coverage of North Korea's nuclear weapons tests go tohttp://drudgereport.com/