June 22, 2006

Democratic Underground: Miami Terror Raid Keeps the Black Man Down

The Democratic Underground is all over the Miami terror arrests, quickly discerning the real reason for the raid:

This raid sounds like b.s. and voter intimidation to me This is more of J.E.B.'s campaign to keep black people in Florida from voting. Bet on it.

The Democratic Underground: Because sometimes, you feel like a nut.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at June 22, 2006 08:42 PM | TrackBack

Damn straight.

Posted by: Jim Hoft at June 22, 2006 09:04 PM

Good find. I linked to it!

Posted by: Jay at June 22, 2006 09:11 PM

"Feel like a nut?" Man... they make my balls ache.

Posted by: Acidman at June 22, 2006 09:24 PM

It's the jihad stupid!
The local blacks in the nieghborhood being interviewed by CNN are talking about how wierd the behavior of the Miami 7. Most muslims aren't black. Remember Johnny Walker Lindh? Islam is a religion, more accurately, a cult.

Posted by: kevin at June 22, 2006 09:45 PM

Is the DU so racist that its thinks that Muslims of colour cannot contribute to the Jahid against the western materialist Christians and Jews

Posted by: PaulV at June 22, 2006 09:58 PM

The DU has it all wrong. Karl Rove planted those guys to distract attention from the searing debate in Congress on John Kerry's proposal on Iraq. Everybody knows that Kerry actually won the election, and now that Kerry is overwhelming getting the country to go against the war, which he was against from the absolute beginning, Bush is trying to steal headlines from him. Kerry's plan was about to be voted on and passed and Karl Rove planted WMDs in Iraq. When that didn't get traction, he then called in anonymous tip to have these guys busted. C'mon, Miami? How long did it take Rove to have those patsys brought in from Gitmo? An hour and a half?

Everyone knows that 90% of the country agrees with the brilliant Democrat plan of redeployment, and Rove is desperate. Bush is losing, and Rove can't save him, no matter how many innocent Muslims he tries to scapegoat.

Posted by: Brian at June 22, 2006 10:30 PM

Brian nailed it - the conspiracy against the Democrats is deep and wide - and notwithstanding that 90% or better - I'm thinking at least 110% - of America, including the caribou in ANWR - oppose the ChimpyBushCheneyHalliburtonHitler endless war machine - we don't stand a chance until someone starts telling truth to power.

Like Michael Moore. But, you know, slimmer. And without food stuck in his teeth. And with clean, combed hair.

But not John Kerry. He's to thin. And his teeth look fake. And his hair is too clean and combed.

Someone else. Maybe Mother what's her name?

Posted by: Tim at June 22, 2006 10:42 PM

you guys ought to be locked up at gitmo for "writing while stupid". what a bunch of conspiracy nuts; i'm ashamed to share the same country with you!

Posted by: scooter at June 22, 2006 11:06 PM

Hey...I'm a Democrat and I could care less. Oklahoma City bombing wasn't the "Jihad stupid". Them were Conservative white boys who liked Jesus.

Posted by: Trevor at June 22, 2006 11:07 PM

Sheetcan! Sheetcan! That's her name Shee can' do it nobody can.

Posted by: Richard at June 22, 2006 11:08 PM

trevor, we're generalizing a little bit, aren't we? somehow, i don't see mcvey and what's-his-name being all that religious. deluded, irrational, and generally psychotic, maybe, but not religious...

Posted by: scooter at June 22, 2006 11:10 PM

McVeigh was a self-professed agnostic who accepted last rites from a preist while strapped to a gurney immediately before his execution.

He was probably as dismissive of real Christians as much as you are, Trevor.

Posted by: Confederate Yankee at June 22, 2006 11:31 PM

McVeigh had more of his philosophy in line with the Aryan Nation and the Neo-Nazis than with the Christian Right, Trevor.

That puts him firmly on YOUR side, especially as far as your shared opinions on Iraq and President Bush.

Posted by: DaveP. at June 22, 2006 11:39 PM

Come one guys and gals, you can't blame the DU's because 95% of the US is out of touch with "mainstream America"...


Posted by: Faith+1 at June 23, 2006 05:33 AM

You know I have travaled this country from east to west north to south and a good part of the world.I can only say that the nuts at KOS and DU do not come out in public much. They must inhabit the wood work like cockrochs and just come out when the lights are off. What idiots. cvey was a democrat.

Posted by: Jack Hamilton at June 23, 2006 06:38 AM

Thanks for your liberal insight.Now allow me
to enlighten you.Brian and Tim were using an
ancient writing style called sarcasm.You are
the idiot.

Posted by: Ritchie Skrongpal at June 23, 2006 07:09 AM

And the point of posting one comment from that site and applying it to everyone was...what?

Posted by: g at June 23, 2006 07:25 AM

You can see then on parade any sunny afternoon in downtown Burlington VT. It is very entertaining.

Posted by: moptop at June 23, 2006 08:01 AM

I wouldn't worry too much about the democratic underground and what they think. They are only 10 or 11 thousand, and when you realize that the same poster may sign up with different names, probably even less. I actually think the forum is a plot by Rove and other Republicans to push the Democratic party off into the left wing fringes and to turn off the conservative Dems who they hope will swing to the Republican party.
What both parties do not realize is that by pandering to the extemists in their own parties, they are alienating most people from political debate and from participating in our political process. A government that does not represent the country will lead to our downfall.
About the bust of the terrorist group, we should give the FBI credit where they are due. This isn't about politics. The FBI is suppose to be unpolitical and functioning no matter how bad our president is. I hope the media plays this up big time so that the rest of the world sees we are just not as weak as they think. This is a time to be tough and for every American to be proud. It is also a time to be honest and realize that both immigrants and muslims may be here for the wrong reasons. It isn't's profiling. Let the FBI do what they do best, and force the politicians to run our government better or find another job.

Posted by: Momintn at June 23, 2006 08:51 AM

I can't believe how stupid you all are. Some of the things you say are amazingly stupid. Mind bogling.

Posted by: dude at June 23, 2006 09:24 AM


As stupd as you misspelling "boggling"?

Posted by: droast at June 23, 2006 10:16 AM

Anyone who has frequented that pathetic site should not be surprised at what those laughable dingbats spew..

It truly is the laughing stock of the web!

Posted by: Ann at June 23, 2006 10:52 AM

Even stupider. In fact, as stupid as you misspelling stupid!

Posted by: noggin at June 23, 2006 11:01 AM

I'd be surprised if the DUmmies actually had more than 1-2,000 DUmbAsses at that site! I see MANY of the clueless there touting their 90,000 PLUS strong numbers, as shown on their registrations!


If they'd show "BANNINGS", I'm SURE you'd see 89,000! I've been banned NUMEROUS TIMES and I know MANY others that have been also.

Check out the DUmmie FUnnies at Freerepublic to get some GOOD insight on the way their wilted minds work!

Posted by: frank at June 23, 2006 11:23 AM

The attack of the Hadji Homeys! LOL Homey doan play dat! Me I blame it all on the influx of 7/11s owned by Habeebs in the hood as when they go to pick up some 40's and Kools they are indoctrinated! Da man be out fo jack ya'all up!

Posted by: mrdick at June 23, 2006 02:05 PM

Jack Hamilton- Great post, I have never met in the flesh a single moonbat, seen hundreds on TV and read the many posts but heard one with my own ears right in front of me , no. I have tried to catch up with a few while driving because of thier moonbat bumper stickers, just to see a real flesh and blood moonbat a little like when I take my boys to the zoo.

Posted by: Lisa at June 23, 2006 03:47 PM

um, yeah, Lisa. Get out of your trailer park and go to a city. Try NYC, Chicago, SF, Boston, LA, Seattle, Portland, Atlanta, Miami

Plenty of, er, "moonbats" in every urban metro area in the United States.

Posted by: Lint at June 23, 2006 04:35 PM

Actually Trevor, you are way off call McVeigh a Christian. He was a self proclaimed agnostic.

In an article by United Kingdom’s “The Guardian” about McVeigh’s execution, we find this reference:

“In his letter, McVeigh said he was an agnostic but that he would "improvise, adapt and overcome", if it turned out there was an afterlife. "If I'm going to hell," he wrote, "I'm gonna have a lot of company." His body is to be cremated and his ashes scattered in a secret location.”

He also said he was an agnostic to Lou Michel during a cyber interview with CNN. Lou Michel spent hours interviewing McVeigh in writing a book titled, “American Terrorist: Timothy McVeigh and the Oklahoma City Bombing”.

Lou Michel: McVeigh is agnostic. He doesn't believe in God, but he won't rule out the possibility. I asked him, ‘What if there is a heaven and hell?’

He said that once he crosses over the line from life to death, if there is something on the other side, he will -- and this is using his military jargon – ‘adapt, improvise, and overcome.’ Death to him is all part of the adventure.”

Posted by: Xpyder at June 23, 2006 08:08 PM

Mr. McVeigh made and received a few hundred phone calls to/from the Philippines before he blew up the Murah Building. The Reno Justice Department (you remember them, the ones that repeatedly used military force against their own citizens with deadly effect, killing women and children) did everything they could to not investigate any complication in Mr. McVeigh's crime and he might hold the modern record for an American felon for least elapsed time between arrest and execution.

Posted by: Dan Roll at June 23, 2006 09:22 PM

Hey, Oliver Willis thinks they're just a "cult" rather than a bunch of terrorists. I believe him!

Cults are something democrats KNOW how to deal with. Get Janet "torch" Reno and her Zippo and your cult problems just vanish.

At least I think Willis was suggesting we exterminate them using the Clintonian approach by declaring them a cult wasn't he?

Posted by: Purple Avenger at June 24, 2006 11:19 AM