Archive for January, 2006


January 29, 2006


Live Blogging: The Senate Debate on Alito Confirmation

January 25, 2006

11:39 am…Tanked Up Teddy is currently on the floor of the Senate. In spite of all that he has heard in the Senate Committee he continues to imply that Judge Alito is incapable of being impartial.

I think it is you, Teddy who is incapable of judging impartially and thus it is hard for you to imagine that anyone could be a fair minded judge. It called projection. The favorite defense mechanism of the Democrats who they have no logical reason for opposing someone.

11:43 am…Dick Durbin has the task of futhering the argument that the seat that Judge Alito is about to take is the seat of Sandra Day O’connor and must be replace by a known moderate. (yawn)

Durban calls O’connor a Goldwater Conservative! Oh!
Doesn’t Goldwater brings to mind States Rights, the debate which shifted the Civil Right community towards the Democrats and what we now know was Liberal-welfare oblivion for the country.

You have to give these losers credit. Once they decide on a losing strategy, they don’t back off of it to the bitter end of their credibility. I say well done.

The American people like Judge Alito and find the Democrats of the Senate simple minded crybabies.

Next theme of Durbin speech: What do yu feel?

Now Durbin invoked Solomon and the bible! Suggesting Alito has no heart…

Refrain…the O’connor standard is invoked again…

This comes to mind as I watch this session….the seat that is being filled is not the O’connor seat.

12:03pm…Sen. Cornyn

Judicial Restraint..

The little guy…

The little guy prejudice is based on a misconception of how a judge is suppose to behave. They are not to decide cases based on sympathy. The case is decided based on the facts of the case.

What a novel idea!

12:20pm…Sen. George Allen

If you want to filibuster, “make my day!” Now we’re talking guys, if they want to filibuster, go ahead and do it. They’ll lose and the country will be treated to a public flogging of these cowards.

Democrat’s fallacy of logic: guilt by association

I’ve got to go now …this debate is just more of the same. Give them hell,Republicans.


January 24, 2006

Steele Fundraising Catches Up to Rival in Maryland Senate Race
Sunday, January 22, 2006

By Jared S. Hopkins

WASHINGTON — Maryland Republican Senate candidate Lt. Gov. Michael Steele might have entered an election race six months after his main political rival, but he has made strong — and lucrative — strides.

In the race to replace retiring U.S. Sen. Paul Sarbanes, D-Md., Steele is closing the gap with Baltimore Democrat Rep. Ben Cardin. Steele raised about $50,000 more than Cardin during the last quarter of 2005, according to reports released by the campaigns. Final reports for all Senate candidates are due by Jan. 31.

Steele has raised $1.27 million since he joined the race in October and in the fourth quarter took in $853,000, according to Lenny Alcivar, Steele campaign spokesman.

Though Steele has raised less than half of Cardin’s total, he added 1,330 donors during the quarter and now has 5,300. Cardin has just over 4,000, 70 percent of whom are from Maryland with about 1,600 of the total coming in the fourth quarter.

Alcivar said the voters in Maryland are demonstrating a shift of allegiance from Democrats to Republicans with their money.

“His campaign clearly is moving in the wrong direction,” he said of Cardin. “It’s a very difficult thing to raise money in a state such as Maryland that is 2-to-1 Democratic. When you are able to outraise . . . a 20-year member of Congress . . . it shows there is a trend that’s happened.”

read the full story and stay tuned…

Capital News Service contributed to this report.

President Bush Reaffirms US Commitment to Peace in Sudan

January 24, 2006

The absence of the Democrat’s support when a genocide is being committed is par for the course? But you just wait until a camera shows up and you’ll see Democrats…a rhyming and foaming at the mouth to condemn the government of Sudan.

Alas, there is no photo opportunity and we all know where the Democrats are when the hard work needs to get done.

Steelers Win Super Bowl!

January 22, 2006

Steelers Win Super Bowl!

Steelers win is what you will be hearing on February 5, 2006. The Steelers are the first team to beat the 1, 2 and 3 seeded teams to get to the Super Bowl, all while on the road. They are also on a tear winning their last 6 games.

Seahawks, no doubt, are the best team in the NFC while being number 1 while making their way through the playoffs, beating a weak Washington team and a one man team Carolina. All the while, the are the 6th seed in a much tougher division who get to Detroit by beating the Cincinnati Bengals, the best team in the league, in Indianapolis, and then went up to Mile High to beat Denver.

Seahawks ranked 4th in total offense while Steelers are ranked 7th. But the key as we all know is defense Steelers are ranked 3rd in the entire league while Seattle is ranked 15th.

During the regular season, Seattle’s two losses that count are to teams ranked in the top ten, Jacksonville (ranked 7) and Washington (ranked 9). The two other teams that Settle faced in the top 15 in defense during the regular season they won by only three points both times; however, both of their offenses where not ranked as high as the Steelers.

The difference in this game is that Settle can only shutdown one player but can not break down an entire team. The only teams that Settle faced that had more than one offensive threat during the season was Indianapolis in week 16 when the team decided to rest up which really doesn’t count.

Steelers are hungry for a Super Bowl with many veterans that anchor the team who have plenty of playoff experience.

I don’’t choose perfect scores. Steelers win 24-10!


January 22, 2006

Wikipedia defines racebaiting as the act of using racially derisive language, actions or other forms of communication to anger or intimidate a person or groups of people, or to make those persons behave in ways that are inimical to their personal or group interests.

Have you heard the latest in ? New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin(D)wants a “Chocolate City”. Okay, you say that’s old news. But did you also hear that Crazy Ray won the Mayoral race with 90% of the White vote and 10% of the black vote! Very interesting.

This might explain his lackluster performance during the Katrina disaster, or in Kanye West’s words, “Ray Nagin don’t care about black people”. And now that everyone knows what to expect from Running Ray in a pinch, the only community where he can garner support is in the Kanye West community of bigotry. And you now know what you have to do to get them to vote for you. You know what I mean?

Source: Georgia Gang

Mike Shanahan is Over!

January 22, 2006

Mike Shanahan is not over in Denver; however Shanahan Canton chances are looking awfully dim.

If Mike Shanahan had retired with John Elway there as almost no doubt that he would be going to the Hall-A-Fame. The downfall in the playoffs have more and more people saying that Mike Shanahan can not do anything without his supporting cast, especially with the losses John Elway and Alex Gibbs.

Mike Shanahan will probably stay with Denver until he retires since it was his first team in 84 as he was their Receives Coach before becoming their Offensive Coordinator the next year. Mike Shanahan has spent a total of 18 years with Denver with 10 year as the head coach. True, Shanahan has only known 1 losing season as the Broncos Head coach in 99 but had 2 in Los Angels in 88 and 89.

Since the two Super bowl wins Shanahan is (1-4) in the playoffs with the wins Shanahan is (8-5). In less Shanahan goes and wins another Super bowl it is improbable that the once loved coach in the Milehigh will not be loved in Canton Ohio.


January 22, 2006

Today is an exciting day here at My Right Mind. Ironfist, a new contributor to MRM, has penned his first post, entitled “where’s my gun there is a Pimp?”
Ironfist is my brother and Defense attorney in Atlanta, Georgia. I’m sure you’re going to find his commentary stimulating and challenging.

If you like his post, let him hear from you. Welcome Ironfist!

Where’s My Gun, There is a Pimp!

January 22, 2006

There is a clear and definite connection between Mayor Nagin of the city of New Orleans and Senator Hillary Clinton from the Great State of New York. They both subscribe to a time that is long since past and hangs over Americans like a pall. We can not forget, we can not overcome and with every step to progress to adulthood there are those who can not get beyond themselves and will not allow the rest of us to move ourselves or our country forward. The plantation is a clear event of the past with chocolate city pitchers of Soul City failures to comprehend the reality that Black, African Americans, people of color want what every other American wants, to be treated as an American with an equal share in the dream.

Please, someone tell that the abolitionist movement is over and the NAACP now has black leadership. The Republican party is now a viable alternative to the Democratic welfare state that has created a near permanent black economic under class. The Great Society was not great for Black Americans and was not great for Americans. The Democratic party can no longer count on the Black voting support the way it did in 1932. The Republican party will change as more Blacks and people of color see the Republican party as a viable means of political expression.

Mayor Nagin of the beautiful city of New Orleans has cast his city with a dark and mean spirit of separatism. The King Fish has rolled in his grave. I don’t know what God is thinking but I can not believe that she would leave the culture of New Orleans spent. If there is poverty in the City of New Orleans it is with it’s leadership.

The hustle and flow of is clearly that it is hard out here for a pimp, while Senator Clinton sings a labored song of we shall overcome, baby, baby. She remains unapologetic and one is not expected. Her apology will be in her political failure. This failure is as sure as the people colour move into the mainstream of American life.


Fears of Black Republicans Spurred Hillary’s Racist Remarks

January 20, 2006

I just found this article by Dick Morris. So if you thought my article denouncing Hillary as a racist and a slimeball was beyond the pale, read this….

Fears of Condi Spurred Hillary’s Racial Remarks

Dick Morris

Sources close to New York civil rights leader Rev Al Sharpton tell me that Hillary used his annual Martin Luther King Day forum to liken the House Republican majority’s conduct of the House of Representatives to a “plantation” because she fears a Sharpton challenge in the 2008 Democratic Presidential Primary.

Hillary also fears that if Sharpton were to challenge her, it could weaken her in a possible contest against Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in the fall, if Rice were to be the GOP nominee.

“She is afraid of Condi,” one of Sharpton’s key people said.

“She did not attend Sharpton’s annual King Day celebration last year or the year before even though she was invited,” he added.

“Now she comes, all of a sudden, and makes a militant statement unlike what she did at the other King Day events she attended. It is all because she wants to appease Sharpton so he doesn’t give her a hard time when she runs for president.”

Hillary has reason to fear Condi in 2008.

On Sunday, the day before Mrs. Clinton’s speech, First Lady Laura Bush said that Rice would make a “terrific” candidate and president.

She would not have made that comment unless her husband put her up to it. Make no mistake about it, the Bushes are quietly moving behind Rice in 2008.

“It is no coincidence,” the Sharpton source said, “that the day after Laura’s comment, Hillary shores up her base in the black community by talking about plantations.”