Name:Harrison Location:United States

The Original Lovable Little Fuzzball

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Friday, October 31, 2008

Happy Halloween

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posted by Harrison at 12:12 PM


Thursday, October 30, 2008

Kibbles 'n Bits® Halloween Election Edition

Obama Economic Plan Moths

[R]esearchers in Siberia
have identified a new species of
vampire moth…

Halloween celebrants worldwide honor Obama

  Blowing incense over a sacred llama   fetus perched on a bed of coca leaves   next to posters of the leading   candidates, the shamans shook rattles,   chanted "up, Obama, up!" and threw   flowers at their images.

Early votin' (obviously for Obama) begins in Colorado.

The dozens of hearty Boulderites expected to bare it all — except for the carved-out pumpkins placed over their heads — and run naked…on Friday night… “Once the pumpkin goes on your head, it’s definitely such a group mentality that you just have to go with it.”

And finally, the MSM releases another Obama-skewed poll (and what to do with it).

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posted by Harrison at 11:50 PM


Republicans Need 350% Turnout

Plus a gazillion and a half lawyers.

That map of states where ACORN is workin' its magic registration marker needs a few additions. Alabama is invitin' both people and canines to vote.

Ever wonder if all this fuss about possible voter registration fraud is simply that – a fuss? Well, considering a dog here in Pike County [AL] received a personally addressed voter registration form this month from the Alabama Democratic Party, we’d have to say there’s legitimate cause for concern.

Geeze. All I ever get are bogus credit card applications.

Mississippi wants to be a player too.

Mississippi's voter situation is hard to believe. Places like Madison County have over 123% more registered voters than people over the age of 18.

Sue Sautermeister, First District Election Commissioner in Madison County, tried to purge the rolls, but ran into trouble when it was discovered it takes a vote of three of the five election commissioners and the purge cannot take place within 90 days of a federal election.

"It is terrible," [Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann] says. "Combined with the fact that we don't have voter ID in Mississippi, anybody can show up at any poll that happens to know the people who have left town or died—and go vote for them." […]"We have 486 people (registered who are) over 105."

And don't count out Georgia where Bar-ack! supporters are gettin' desperate.

There are allegations of voter fraud, as a Dougherty County family claims the vote of a mentally challenged relative was stolen. They say the adult day rehab program where Jack Justice attends took him to vote, without the family’s permission. What’s worse is Justice says the person helping him wouldn’t cast the ballot for his choice for President.

Jack Justice has been voting since he turned 18. Typically his family takes him to their neighborhood precinct. This time Primus Industries, his adult day rehab program, took him to vote. His family was shocked, but what shocked them more was that Jack claims that his aide commandeered his vote.

“They told me to vote for Obama, I said no I wanted to vote for McCain,” said Jack… [He]…says the person helping him, selected Obama’s name.

Arizona is already on the map, but the Bar-ack! machine is still investigatin' all possibilities.

Question: I've just had to put my husband in a nursing home. He has severe Alzheimer's. I have his power of attorney. My question is can I cast his vote from him in the election? He always voted a straight Democratic ticket.

Answer: I'm afraid the power of attorney doesn't allow you to vote for him.

Oh, hell. Just sue 'em all and let God sort 'em out.

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posted by Harrison at 12:09 AM


Monday, October 27, 2008

To All Innocent Fifth Columnists

In 1941 the U.S. was clingin' to isolationism, refusin' to get involved with what everyone was callin' the European War. They were more concerned with draggin' their financial way out of the Great Depression. Fightin' Hitler's Germany for freedom on the Continent and Great Britain wasn't worth the time or money or lives of American soldiers. In fact, FDR got himself elected to a third term on the promise of stayin' out of that war business. Sounds sorta' familiar, doesn't it?

(As an aside, is anyone out there worryin' Bar-ack! is already figurin' on a way to run for a third term himself? Or are ya' confident that, once in office, the opposition will actually manage to expose him for the charlatan he is?)

Okay, back to the important stuff.

Apathy is sinkin' McCain. Can't say we're crazy 'bout the guy, but we figure he won't try re-writin' the Constitution—or rip it up entirely. Apathy was sinkin' hope of American help to Great Britain in 1941.

In response, Ayn Rand wrote a open letter that, when ya' change just a few phrases and sentences here and there, could be sent today to every "unexcited-by-McCain" Reublican and Independent voter.

And considerin' what we know about Bar-ack! and his cronies, I'm not apologizin' for implyin' he'd slip easily into the role of Dictator.

Don't delude yourself with slogans and meaningless historical generalizations. It can happen here. It can happen anywhere. And a country's past history has nothing to do with it. Totalitarianism is not a new product of historical evolution. It is older than history. It is the attempt of the worthless and the criminal to seize control of society. That element is always there, in any country. But a healthy society gives it no chance. It is when the majority in a country becomes weak, indifferent and confused that a criminal minority, beautifully organized like all gangs, seizes the power. And once that power is seized it cannot be taken back for generations. Fantastic as it may seem to think of a dictatorship in the United States, it is much easier to establish such a dictatorship than to overthrow it. With modern technique and modern weapons at its disposal, a ruthless minority can hold millions in slavery indefinitely. What can one thousand unorganized, unarmed men do against one man with a machine gun?

And the tragedy of today is that by remaining unorganized and mentally unarmed we are helping to bring that slavery upon ourselves. By being indifferent and confused, we are serving as innocent Fifth Columnists of our own destruction.

I'm hardly a blip on the political bloggin' radar, but I'm hopin' ya' take the time to read the entire letter, and forward at least this little bit to as many people as you can before November 4.

Emphasis mine.

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posted by Harrison at 11:15 PM


Sunday, October 26, 2008

Not With MY Kibble, Ya' Don't!

Interestin' ancedote 'bout "spreadin' the wealth."

This e-mail forward was sent to me this morning. Very rarely do I find these educational, [but] this was a very clever demonstration of Barack Obama’s plan to “spread the wealth around.”

In a local restaurant my server had on a “Obama 08″ tie, again I laughed as he had given away his political preference–just imagine the coincidence.

When the bill came I decided not to tip the server and explained to him that I was exploring the Obama redistribution of wealth concept. He stood there in disbelief while I told him that I was going to redistribute his tip to someone who I deemed more in need–the homeless guy outside. The server angrily stormed from my sight.

I went outside, gave the homeless guy $10 and told him to thank the server inside as I’ve decided he could use the money more. The homeless guy was grateful.

At the end of my rather unscientific redistribution experiment I realized the homeless guy was grateful for the money he did not earn, but the waiter was pretty angry that I gave away the money he did earn even though the actual recipient deserved money more.

Dug up at Instapundit.

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posted by Harrison at 11:19 PM


Thursday, October 23, 2008

John Galt, Adolf Hitler, and a dead Princess...

…all support Bar-ack!.

So, you may ask, "Who is John Galt?"

The question "Who is John Galt?" is…answered towards the closing of [Atlas Shrugged]—John Galt is a man disgusted that non-productive members of society use laws and guilt to leech from the value created by productive members of society, and furthermore even exalt the qualities of the leeches over the workers and inventors. He made a pledge that he would never live his life for the sake of another man, nor ask another man to live for him, and founded an enclave, separate from the rest of the country, where he and other productive members of society have fled.

Just in case you young whippersnappers don't know, Adolf Hitler was Dictator
of Germany in the 30's and 40's—not George W. Bush. Oh, and he was head of somethin' called the National Socialist Party which, considerin' his political allies and philosophical leanings, would be a good name for the Bar-ack! party. Ya' might know 'em as Nazis.

And the dead Princess? A goldfish.

The only "agent of change" Princess ever supported was the person who freshened the water in her fishbowl. So election officials in Chicago's northern suburbs want to know why voter registration material was sent to the dead goldfish.

"I am just stunned at the level of people compromising the integrity of the voting process," said Lake County Clerk Willard Helander, a Republican, who said she has spotted problems with nearly 1,000 voter registrations this year.

"There was no fraud involved," said Nudelman, a Democrat who supports Barack Obama. "This person is a dead fish."

Personally I think that's the quote of the election. And Nudelman? Not that I'm into makin' fun of names, but I'm not surprised someone named "Nudelman" would be supportin' Bar-ack!.

'Course ya' gotta' worry how many of these "dead fish" voters will be decidin' the election.

The whole story of the Bar-ack! campaign's incredible financial fraud is here.

Dug up at Don Surber's blog.

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posted by Harrison at 11:20 PM


Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Ye Gods!

Remember what I said 'bout warmin' up the lawyers?

Obama Assembles U.S.'s `Largest Law Firm' for Voting'

And if the lawyers can't weasel out a win, they can always try this. Or go for the nuclear option.

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posted by Harrison at 12:35 AM


Monday, October 20, 2008


Bar-ack! is a piker compared to the Palin family.

Sarah Palin's personal story has captivated America from the time she was named John McCain's vice-presidential candidate. Yet the Heath family story is a familiar one in Alaska, a pioneer narrative. Her father was a schoolteacher who loved to hunt and fish. They moved to Alaska when Sarah was a newborn.

Todd Palin's roots in Alaska are more complicated and run deeper—all the way back to that sod house on the tundra and the winter day [his great-grandfather] Glass Eye Billy [Bartman] made a freight stop at Tuklung on a dog run to Togiak.

The musher, who had come to Alaska after leaving Holland at 14 as a cabin boy, saw a young woman [whose Yup'ik name was Ahchitmook] dipping water from a frozen creek. The first thing he noticed about her was her fur boots and gorgeous white parka made from the supple fur of reindeer fawn.

American pioneer-style diversity—the kind effete elites loathe.

Dug up at Don Surber's blog.

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posted by Harrison at 10:53 PM


Saturday, October 18, 2008

Comin' to America

In the upper right column of the blog you'll find a link for Operation Baghdad Pups a program to bring home the dogs who had become the loyal companions of our soldiers in Iraq.

Sadly, over the years, permittin' these "war dogs" to accompany their fellow-soldiers home has not usually been approved by the armed services.

Here's the story of the latest effort.

Every American soldier knows that you never leave a buddy behind.

Sergeant Gwen Beberg knows it. So do 30,000 other people who have signed an online petition urging the US Army to show some compassion. The maxim stands even if the buddy is a scruffy dog named Ratchet.

“I just want my puppy home. I miss my dog horribly,” Sergeant Beberg, 28, e-mailed her mother after being separated from Ratchet, whose life she saved by rescuing it from a pile of burning rubbish in May.

The split came after the sergeant was transferred from her base in Iraq in preparation for a return to the United States next month. “I’m coping reasonably well because I refuse to believe that Ratchet has been hurt,” she wrote. “If I find out that he was killed though…well, we just won’t entertain that possibility.”

Military sources on the ground have indicated that the dog is alive.

US soldiers in Iraq are prohibited from bringing home stray dogs but the Department of Defence has made exceptions in the past. Ratchet’s cause has been taken up by Operation Baghdad Pups.

In spite of a huge snafu which made Ratchet miss his flight last Thursday, everythin' seems to be straightened out and Ratchet is comin' to America.

A stray puppy befriended by a US soldier in Iraq has received the green light to move to America to be reunited with his owner.

A rescue operation to fly Ratchet the dog out of Baghdad failed today [October 16], however, partly because of a lack of communication between a pet rescue group and the military. The pet is now set to leave as early as Sunday.

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posted by Harrison at 10:28 PM



Portrait of the Voter as a Demo-cat

Dug up at Mostly Dogs Blog

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posted by Harrison at 12:21 AM


Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Start Warmin' Up the Lawyers

If ya' live in one of these states, ya' better be ready for Bar-ack! to try stealin' home.

A history of ACORN and details here.

Gay Patriot has more ACORN links.

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posted by Harrison at 11:55 PM


Bar-ack!'s Community Organization

What a Mickey Mouse Operation.

Mickey Mouse tried to register to vote in Florida this summer but Orange County elections officials rejected his application, which had an ACORN stamp on it.

Must be somethin' 'bout the ears…

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posted by Harrison at 3:47 PM


Friday, October 10, 2008

They Say If Bar-ack! Is Elected…

…suicide terrorists will run rampant…

It all started at 8:22 a.m….

First, the power line burned through causing the line to fall to the ground and come into contact with a metal fence and a car. The car caught on fire.

The fence, meanwhile, was energized by the fallen power line and the electricity was conducted underground to a natural gas pipeline which in turn burned through and started an underground natural gas fire which burned up to two gas meters at nearby houses.

Dug up at Dave Barry's blog

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posted by Harrison at 11:20 PM


Wednesday, October 08, 2008

How to Make This The Scariest Halloween EVAR!

Actually it's not so much the costume that's scary, it's the idea there's a website where ya' can buy wigs for dogs.

Warning: true canine lovers, click at your own risk.

Dug up at Instapundit.

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posted by Harrison at 11:08 PM


Sunday, October 05, 2008

Sex Sells…

…and taxpayers have been sold down the Recession River.

Ya' know it really pisses me off that the liberal do-gooders wanna' outlaw pure bred dogs—while mongrels are doin' it on every streetcorner—but think liberal humans who hump anything in sight aren't worth fussin' about.

'Course when John McCain spent what was considered too much time with a female lobbyist, that was worth a big New York Times investigation. But when Mr.-I'm-Bendin'-Over-For-Love-Of-Fannie-Mae set up housekeepin' with Fannie Mae exec Herb Moses, at the same time that Rep. Frank was sittin' on the House Bankin' Committee, there's not a blink.

Unqualified home buyers were not the only ones who benefitted from Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank’s efforts to deregulate Fannie Mae throughout the 1990s.

So did Frank’s partner, a Fannie Mae executive at the forefront of the agency’s push to relax lending restrictions.

Now that Fannie Mae is at the epicenter of a financial meltdown that threatens the U.S. economy, some are raising new questions about Frank's relationship with Herb Moses, who was Fannie’s assistant director for product initiatives. Moses worked at the government-sponsored enterprise from 1991 to 1998, while Frank was on the House Banking Committee, which had jurisdiction over Fannie.


Frank met Moses in 1987, the same year he became the first openly gay member of Congress. "I am the only member of the congressional gay spouse caucus," Moses wrote in the Washington Post in 1991. "On Capitol Hill, Barney always introduces me as his lover."

The two lived together in a Washington home until they broke up in 1998, a few months after Moses ended his seven-year tenure at Fannie Mae, where he was the assistant director of product initiatives. According to National Mortgage News, Moses "helped develop many of Fannie Mae’s affordable housing and home improvement lending programs."

Critics say such programs led to the mortgage meltdown that prompted last month’s government takeover of Fannie Mae and its financial cousin, Freddie Mac. The giant firms are blamed for spreading bad mortgages throughout the private financial sector.

Although Frank now blames Republicans for the failure of Fannie and Freddie, he spent years blocking GOP lawmakers from imposing tougher regulations on the mortgage giants. In 1991, the year Moses was hired by Fannie, the Boston Globe reported that Frank pushed the agency to loosen regulations on mortgages for two- and three-family homes, even though they were defaulting at twice and five times the rate of single homes, respectively.

So 'cause Barney Frank likes to take it up the Fannie so much, he figures the US taxpayer should too.

Dug up at NRO's The Corner. And please note I managed to get thru the whole post without makin' reference to partin' the waters or a big purple dinosaur which, BTW, was pushed on unsuspectin' children by Michelle Obama. "When an opportunity came in to handle the budding public television career of Barney, the purple dinosaur poised to become a phenomenon among American children, [the Sidley & Austin law firm] felt it had Michelle's name written all over it."

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posted by Harrison at 10:57 PM


Friday, October 03, 2008

Word of the Day

Booboisie (boob'wa-ze) n. The class of the population composed of the stupid and gullible.*

…which is pretty much anyone who a) thinks the bailout is a good idea and b) is even considerin' votin' for Bar-ack!.

*H.L. Mencken, from "The Comedian."

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posted by Harrison at 11:12 PM


Thursday, October 02, 2008

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Shamelessly ripped from the paws of the Poodle and Dog Blog.

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posted by Harrison at 10:46 PM