Saturday, September 29, 2007

Did Gov. Richard Milhouse Spitzer Read The 9-11 Commission Report?

Today's N.Y. Times reports Mayor Giuliani's criticism of Governor Spitzer's plan to provide illegal aliens with driver's licenses:

“I think it would just create an even further level of fraud and confusion in what is already a very confusing picture.”

He's dead right.

Governor Spitzer is so deluded in proposing this scheme you'd think he was elected governor of Montana. Or Idaho. Or South Dakota.

Terrorists are not coming for Montana, Idaho or South Dakota.

They're coming for Eliot Spitzer's state.

My state.

The Governor should educate himself, and browse through the September 11th Commission report:

"Fraud is no longer just a problem of theft. At many entry points to vulnerable facilities, including gates for boarding aircraft, sources of identification are the last opportunity to ensure that people are who they say they are (emphasis added)." Needs To Be Sedated

Washington Post: Democrats' Chances to Alter Iraq Strategy Dwindling; Reid Says Next Showdown May Not Occur Until New War-Funding Request, Perhaps Early Next Year

I await the full-page ad denouncing the "betray us" of Congressional Democrats.

Point of Personal Privilege, Mr. Chairman

My Mets are doomed.

"I was being pursued not by bigots in white robes but by left-wing zealots draped in flowing sanctimony."

Clarence Thomas in the WaPo today

He unloads.

On Sen. Howard Metzenbaum:

"It would be kind to describe him as unlikable."

On Sen. Howell Heflin:

" . . . made me think of a slave owner sitting on the porch of a plantation house."

He compares then-Judiciary Chairman Joe Biden (D-Neil Kinnock) "to the lying hypocrites in the old song 'Smiling Faces Sometimes' by Undisputed Truth."

Chichester's One-Sentence Movie Reviews

"Based On A True Story"

Cast & Credits
Rudy: The goonie or oompa-loompa from The Lord of the Rings
Written by: Angelo Pizzo
Directed by: David Anspaugh

Rudy loves the University of Notre Dame and his big brother steals his girlfriend (which never happened) after his best friend dies and Rudy gets on a bus in the middle of the night and travels to Notre Dame where he meets Father O'ShaunnessyflanaganO'Hennessey (who never existed) who helps him get a job with Fortune (who never existed) working at the stadium and Rudy tries to paint the N.D. helmets as a booster but this hot chick tells him he can't any more since he's not an N.D. student and Rudy finally is admitted to N.D. on the fourth try where he makes the practice team and Jamie O'Hara/Vince Vaughn (who never existed) doesn't like him and Rudy says he's going to make the dress roster one day even though his other bad guy brother makes fun of him and his Dad says you're-just-a-Ruettiger and even though Coach Ara Parseghian promised Rudy he would play in his senior year (which never happened) Ara retires and evil movie bad guy Dan Devine is hired and leaves Rudy off the final game dress list against Georgia Tech (which never happened) and Rudy quits the team only to have Fortune talk him out of it and co-captain Roland Steele (who never existed) goes to Devine's office and places his jersey on Devine's desk asking that Rudy play in his place (which never happened) and Rudy plays and gets carried off the field after sacking the quarterback.

The End.

Next week: Hoosiers

McCain, Stumbling

N.Y. Daily News: McCain: No Muslim president, U.S. better with Christian one

McCain said:

"I admire the Islam. There's a lot of good principles in it. But I just have to say in all candor that since this nation was founded primarily on Christian principles, personally, I prefer someone who I know who has a solid grounding in my faith."

If he does admire "the Islam" he should have no problem with a Muslim in the Oval Office.

Whenever a candidate enters into a discussion like this about faith, it's all over. The kook left is going to have a field day with this quote.