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Bush Bounce?

You know that I'm not much on polls, but it's interesting that Bush's RCP average is back at 40%. You know that point that pundits say he had to be to make the November Mid Terms interesting? Even more interesting is that none of the MSM finds this noteworthy, but tripped over each other reporting when it was down to 31% or so.

Interesting no?

Making the NY Times pay

A protest here, major cancellations of subscriptions there. The Grey Lady meets the piper! Michelle Malkin has the info.

Just a note, the House Resolution condeming the leak passed on greater than party lines 227-183 (Mostly Democrats in the "Nay" column). Yet it is significant that FINALLY the congress is taking a full stand with the President on this issue. It also bodes well for the "get off my back SCOTUS" legislation to come military tribunals.

Funny stuff, Rep. Barney (Bathhouses are FUN!) Frank notes on the draft.

Go get 'em George!

Boy if the President felt any setback by yesterday's Judicial sedition, then he didn't show it.

"CLAYTON, Mo. (AP) - President Bush accused Democrats of waving "the white flag of surrender" with proposals that would bring the troops home from Iraq and insisted that he will keep combat forces fighting as long as they are needed to achieve victory.

Offering a spirited defense of his national security policies, Bush also said there was "no excuse" for newspapers to disclose a secret government program that tracked millions of financial records in search of terrorist suspects. Bush said the program had been a vital tool in the war on terror when it was reported last week in the media.

"There can be no excuse for anyone entrusted with vital intelligence to leak it, and no excuse for any newspaper to print it," Bush said."

That's it - keep on message. We win wars, not run away from them just because we're afraid of the fight. Bush doesn…

Spector Spin

Right on cue:

Senator Arlen Spector (RINO-AQ)...


Enough of this clown already! Time to pull his plug.

After today, the Party of Chamberlain is effectually FUBAR

As the day wore on I am more convinced than ever that the Democratic Party is totally and completely FUBAR, at this point. Their absolute delight that now Osama Bin Laden will be due three hots and a cot when he is captured, shows once whose side they are on in the GWOT, and it ain't ours.

There is absolutely NO doubt about this as we see over the last three years the numerous incidences where they played the negative to our positive of killing, capturing terrorist and stopping attacks BEFORE they happen. Get them to name ONE thing they did (without stealing it from the Right) to defend the Nation in the GWOT since 9/11, and you get stammering and blank stares because there isn't one thing they have done except bitch and moan and make wild accusations and jump on the side of terrorist at every turn.

From Rep. Chicken Shit Murtha condeming our Marines before a trial (if any), to Nancy Pelosi celebrating with Al Qaeda over today's ruling, to Harry (No penalty for early w…

Newsweak - Al Qaeda light weights?

Michael Hirsh at Newsweak....

"There is no Al's all a figment of Bush's imagination"......



It's all in our heads...

Small harmless group

Yeah....nothing at all.

Travesty - Osama's driver gets three hots and a cot and an "OJ Style" trial

SCOTUS Hamdam ruling:

"WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that President Bush overstepped his authority in creating military war crimes trials for Guantanamo Bay detainees, a rebuke to the administration and its aggressive anti-terror policies.

Justice John Paul Stevens wrote the opinion, which said the proposed trials were illegal under U.S. law and the Geneva Convention.

The case, one of the most significant involving presidential war powers cases since World War II, was brought by Guantanamo prisoner Salim Ahmed Hamdan, who was a driver for Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan.

The vote was split 5-3, with moderate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy joining the court's liberal members in ruling against the Bush administration. Chief Justice John Roberts, named to the court last September by Bush, was sidelined in the case because as an appeals court judge he had backed the government over Hamdan.

Thursday's ruling overturned that decision.

After the Sept. 11 attacks, Bush esta…