November 8th, 2006


man ...

I am feeling physically ill this morning over the election results.

How the hell could the psycho Left, the Pelosi-Dean-Kennedy-Kerry-Murtha-Gore-Klinton cabal, manage to take control of the House during wartime? These are the same motherfuckers who have been siding with Al Queda from the get-go, trying to tie the hands of the President in his efforts to defend the country, trying to erase any meaning of "borders" or "citizenship", and seeing every productive member of society as just another cookie jar to open up to the grabby dregs. THIS is what's going to be running the Congress?

Most of what passes for "the Democratic leadership" would have, in a previous, saner, generation, been long since arrested for sedition, if not treason. This is the political equivalent of gay "bug chasers" ... but instead of seeking out a deadly disease just to feel part of the "in crowd", this is voting to hand our country over to an equally poisonous set of beliefs/leaders just to feel like you're "puttin' it to the man". Well, welcome to the Caliphate, baby ... hope your grandkids will appreciate Sharia Law.

Damn the fucking Left to the darkest vision of unending Hell!

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A joke ...

Something seen in a random post in a random journal ...

Q: What's worse: ignorance or indifference?
A: I don't know and I don't care.

Seems to the point this morning.

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Now, don't go all "Godwin" on me ...

However, the only parallel that I can think of that adequately reflects the take-over by the treasonous moonbats of the Dean/Pelosi/etc. cabal of (at least one branch of) our government at this stressful point in our history would be a scenario that would involve Oswald Mosley being made British Prime Minister in 1935.

Really. It's that bad.

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Did "Speech #2" tonight ...

Well, I had initially planned on giving this speech next week, but when I pulled up the Extreme Toastmasters scheduling chart, I found that all slots were full then, but there were still a couple available for this week's meeting. So, despite just having written this on Monday (and having only run through it a half dozen or so times), I volunteered.

It went very well, with just "the usual" points for me to work on (my "use of space", not rocking back and forth, trying to get away from "reading" my notes, more eye contact with the audience, etc.). It seemed to go over great, and I had almost no "messy parts" (except that I blanked on " the Warmiwanusca pass" and had to obviously go to my notes to pronounce it), which is a relief given the minimal rehearsal time I'd had.

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I don't know if anybody around here gives a hoot about these speeches (or if anybody from E.T. comes around here, despite my frequent mentions of "my blog"), but at least if I put these up in L.J., I'll know where to go looking for them!

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