Uncivil Rights

A BLOG rife with wit, sarcasm, and the endless joy which comes from taunting the socialistic and unpatriotic liberal left. Logical thoughts and musings ONLY need reply...unless you're really, really funny. You have the Uncivil Right to be an IDIOT. "Give me LIBERTY, or give me DEATH!"

Saturday, April 16, 2005

News you should Know

Is there anyone out there that thinks the UN is good. Kofi should be replaced, immediately. If this article isn't a great example of why John Bolton should be the next ambassador to the UN, I don't know what would be.

U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan, who earlier angered the United States and Britain by calling the Iraq war 'illegal,' has upset both nations again -- this time accusing them of allowing Saddam Hussein to enrich himself selling oil outside the U.N.-run oil-for-food program.

Since GW won't stand up for the will of the people, the people must take control.

The media is clearly displaying their bias once again...suprised?

It's one thing to completely misunderstand the concept of social security. It's another to write it down and prove to the world you're an idiot.

What is the REAL problem with liberals and their HATE of the wealthy? DO they really want to punish people who have shown fiscal responsibility and just want to pass something on to their kids?

The Senate must stand firm for an estate tax that provides an ample exemption of up to $2 million per person, but with a top rate, 45 percent, that ensures that a reasonable amount is actually paid to the government. Anything less would impair fairness and could be fiscally crippling for decades to come.

Impair fairness? It's your money, you earned it, and you want your kids to have it when you die. Impair fairness?

Jimmy Carter...need I say more? We do care about the poor, we don't like the government putting a gun to our head, stealing our money and giving it away, completely relieving us of choice. Get a clue Jimmy.

The Dems claim it's to express an opposing opinion; the problem is they don't even express an opinion when they have the floor with a filibuster. It's time to take control.

Frist says he is basing his decision on constitutional principles, not politics. "I just want a reasonable up-or-down vote on the judicial nominees that come to the floor," he said this week, so that senators can "give advice and consent, which is our constitutional responsibility. It is something that we absolutely must have."

That's enough for now. Enjoy.
totalkaosdave, 6:59 AM