Texas Rainmaker
December 29th, 2004 11:10 pm

If “Time’s Person of the Year” isn’t Good Enough for Ya…

Then get a load of this. Yes, that’s right, “President George W. Bush tops Gallup’s annual survey of the “most admired man” for the fourth year in a row.”

Thank you, Gallup, for helping me respond to those who said (in response to the Time Person of the Year award) things like:

“As I’m sure you’re also aware (just for footnoting purposes), TIME has also chosen Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin (twice) as Person of the Year. So, it does not mean TIME admires the person…” - Jason Boothe (see Comments to my 12/19 post)

Well, “Nearly one in four Americans name George W. Bush, without prompting, as the most admired man this year, according to the Dec. 17-19 CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll.” I’m sure President Bush will take that admiration over the other anyday.

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December 24th, 2004 9:17 pm

Yes, it’s a White Christmas here in Houston!

Believe it or not. Merry Christmas!

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December 19th, 2004 9:29 am

And Liberals thought November 2nd hurt…

This one’s gonna leave a mark.

He’s withstood the worst the Left has to offer and has won re-election with numbers never seen before… and now this. Time’s Person of the Year.

If November 2nd sent the liberals running to shrinks for PEST (post election stress trauma), imagine the waiting lines at mental health clinics beginning Monday.

It’s another good day to be Republican.

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December 16th, 2004 4:05 pm

Another reason to not care what France thinks…

Total population of France: 60,424,213

Total number of votes for George W. Bush: 60,645,844

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December 15th, 2004 2:54 pm
Being a Criminal is Getting Safer Everyday

And we should thank the ACLU for advocating for the roughest criminal element out there. If it weren’t for the ACLU, who would defend the rapists and murderers when they’re unjustly restrained after fleeing the scene of the crime? Keep up the great work, guys, soon you’ll have completely removed all references to religion from Christmas and taken all forms of weapon out of the hands of the police. Imagine what a wonderful world we’ll be in then.

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December 8th, 2004 3:52 pm
Advocating for Alberto Gonzales

If you’re an attorney in the U.S. and willing to advocate (e.g., by telephone call or letter to your Senator) for the confirmation of Attorney General Nominee Alberto Gonzales, please email me your contact information for inclusion on the list.

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November 28th, 2004 8:28 am
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Democrats can easily affix this bumper sticker to their car’s rear bumper…

Republicans can easily affix it to their car’s front bumper…

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November 27th, 2004 4:59 am
Because Conspiracies are More Reliable than Facts…

It’s comical to watch the Left flounder these days. One moment they’re praising blogs as a great check against MSM and the next they’re claiming blogs are nothing more than stupid parasites of opinion. And that’s just a single Newspaper.

Of course, you have to look at the context of the claims.

The praise is offered up for Left leaning blogs that barter in debunked conspiracies while the scorn is cast at Right leaning blogs that expose forged stories and real fraud in MSM

…thanks to a patchwork system of machine and paper ballots, a vast and confusing array of irregularities are turning up in many different counties. That means little coherence and much chaos, propelling wild rumours around the cyberspace, along with legitimate accounts of trouble.

But is that any reason to discount the story? What little MSM reporting there is of the irregularities is done with the intent of discrediting any potential case, however flimsy, against certifying the election results.

Of course not. Afterall, it’s par for the Leftist course - weren’t you guys the ones that bought Rather’s line: “fake, but accurate.”

So let’s keep the election stories alive despite the fact that even John Kerry’s own spokesman has said, “I’d give my right arm for Internet rumours of a stolen election to be true, but blogging it doesn’t make it so.” That’s right. The guy with the single-biggest stake in the outcome of the election is saying, “Give it a rest.” But that’s not good enough for those wacky “journalists” on the Left. Keep digging. You may soon figure out those of us on the Right aren’t the ones digging your graves.

Of course elitists usually don’t have a clue what’s happening in the real world.

But, just like trigger happy celebrants in the Middle East, who have yet to figure out that what goes up must come down, they can’t see that, by firing up at us, they will also kill themselves.

I think the analogy is better represented as you being a suicide bomber. Sure, you’ll take a few of us when you leave this place… but there will be more of us around tomorrow to tell the living world what a moron you are.

(Hat Tip: Powerline)

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November 25th, 2004 11:16 am
Maybe it’s the “non-WMD” kind of Anthrax…

Iraqi troops searching suspected terrorist hideouts in Fallujah discovered a laboratory with manuals on how to manufacture explosives and toxins � including anthrax, Iraq’s national security adviser said Thursday… Dawoud showed pictures of a shelf containing what he said were various chemicals.

But, but, but… that kinda stuff doesn’t exist in Iraq…

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November 23rd, 2004 9:45 pm
Democrats’ Extreme Makeover - Round 2

This summer it was John Kerry rewriting history in the face of polling data and electability statistics. Now it’s Hillary Clinton prepping herself for her inevitable Presidential bid in 2008.

From “Light the Lamp!”: The monthly newsletter of the Holy Flame Pentecostal Church of Little Rock, Ark.

We welcome back to the area Senator Hillary Clinton (D., N.Y.), who has been spending so much time here in Little Rock lately that she’s practically joined the church choir! “I’m here spending time at my husband’s library,” she told the Lamp when we caught up with her after a Sunday camp meeting, “and of course, I always take time to worship God in as evangelical a way as is feasible, given time and location constraints. As you know, I consider myself an evangelical Christian, really a Christian conservative, if you want to know the truth, so it’s nice to be ‘home’ again in the South, which I really consider my quote-unquote home even though I live in New York most of the time. Well, Washington, D.C., most of the time, actually, but if I’m not there I’m in New York, of course, but always thinking about being here, in the South, my spiritual home, where I shared so many wonderful evangelical . . . moments and . . . events.

Why is she emphasizing her “evangelical”-ness? Hmmm…

“Republican presidential nominee George W. Bush holds a substantial lead over Democratic challenger John Kerry in Tennessee�s presidential race, especially among the state�s many white, Evangelical Christians” - MTSU Summary of Election Findings

“Catholics and evangelical Christians are among swing voters key to this year’s presidential race, a new poll finds.” - NPR

“Christian evangelicals provided much of the passion and manpower for President Bush’s re-election.” - Houston Chronicle

“Within hours of Sen. John Kerry’s concession speech, some prominent evangelical leaders were taking credit for Bush’s re-election…” - Sacramento Bee

“Moral values propelled Bush: Views on abortion, marriage echoed with white evangelicals” - NC NewsObserver

I wonder…

Of course, let’s just look at what this “conservative evangelical” has to say on the issues:

-Keep abortion safe, legal and rare. (Jan 1999)
-Must safeguard constitutional rights, including choice. (Oct 2000)
-Remain vigilant on a woman�s right to chose. (Jan 2000)
-Recommended by EMILY’s List of pro-choice women. (Apr 2001)
-Rated 100% by NARAL, indicating a pro-choice voting record. (Dec 2003)
-Don�t punish Brooklyn Museum for Sensation. (Oct 1999)
-Rated 0% by the Christian Coalition: an anti-family voting record. (Dec 2003)

But, hey, as long as she “talks about values” America will listen….right?
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