Fighting in the Heart of Liberal Madison for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. This blog will focus on liberal hypocrisy and the small, but significant victories of the right at the University of Wisconsin - Madison.

03 November 2005

Some anti-war and pro-victory pictures












The Pro-victory rally (left) was larger than the anti-war walk out (above) on the top of Bascom.

Photos: Jwick


Check out J-Wicks blog for some Anti-war rally photos (notice the size of the student walk out on the top of Bascom and how excited they are to be there) and the pro-victory rally.

As a side note, a Wisconsin State Journal reporter said something interesting as we were walking past the anti-war folks.

You know who wins a protest by who has the hotter girls....your side (pro-victory) wins hands down.


You are damn strait!

5 Comments:

Anonymous Dr. Harwig said...

that WSJ reporter must be into freaky-looking, eastern european chicks...the way i see it, both sides lose with the girls that populate their teams.

-Dr. Harwig

Thu Nov 03, 09:08:00 PM CST

 
Anonymous Jordan said...

I've never thought I looked like a "freaky Eastern European chick"- haha. This Dr. Harwig sure is a d-bag

Sat Nov 05, 03:49:00 PM CST

 
Blogger Steve S said...

"The Pro-victory rally was larger than the anti-war walk out."

Wha? No it wasn't. We had 25 people tops - they had a solid 75 on top of the hill. That was before they met up with all the ex-hippies on Library Mall...

Mon Nov 07, 06:32:00 AM CST

 
Blogger Thunder90 said...

Me, having infiltrated the moonbat protest itself, saw some horrible things. I saw Bush=Satan, Bush Out now, and ANSWER signs (Workers World Party), as well as Revolutionary Communist party signs. When I was in their protest, they asked me questions such as "Who paid you to be here?" and "Do you work for the FBI or the CIA?"

Later on, I caught up with the moonbats again. This time, they were attacking the Army ROTC offices. I went in front of the communist protesters, and held my sign up. They yelled "Racist Sexist Antigay, Nazi Protestwarrior Go away" and "Hea Hea Ho Ho, Fascist Republicans have got to go" and other nasty things. They then tried to rip my sign away from me, and called me "Chicken Hawk" and "Warmonger"

Thu Nov 10, 08:01:00 PM CST

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bush Leaves GOP in Crisis
by Patrick J. Buchanan
Posted Nov 10, 2005


With the rout of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's initiatives, Democratic victories in New Jersey and Virginia, and President Bush’s free fall in national polls on job performance, credibility and character, the Republican Party is in imminent peril of losing the country.

Indeed, since 9/11, the party has indulged in a willful self-delusion that it has become America’s Party. The Bush triumph in 2004, talking heads brayed, settled the matter: Red State America has triumphed over Blue State America. The future belongs to us.

This was always hyperbole. Where Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan rolled up 49-state landslides in re-election runs, Bush won 31 states, losing every state north of the Potomac and east of Ohio, two of the three great industrial states of the Midwest, Michigan and Illinois, and he was skunked on the Pacific rim. Had Kerry hammered him on trade and lost jobs in Ohio, Bush would be a one-term president.

What killed the first Bush presidency and is ruining the second is the abandonment of Reaganism and his embrace of the twin heresies of neoconservatism and Big Government Conservatism, as preached by the resident ideologues at The Weekly Standard and Wall Street Journal.

Under Bush I, taxes were raised, funding for HUD and Education exploded, and a quota bill was signed under which small businesses, accused of racial discrimination, were made to prove their innocence, or be punished, in true Soviet fashion.

Under Bush II, social spending has exploded to levels LBJ might envy, foreign aid has been doubled, pork-at-every-meal has become the GOP diet of choice, surpluses have vanished, and the deficit is soaring back toward 5% of GDP. Bill Clinton is starting to look like Barry Goldwater.

Both Bushes abandoned the economic patriotism that had put America and Americans first—for free-trade globalism. Result: the most massive trade deficits in U.S. history, the gutting of our industrial base, the loss of millions of manufacturing jobs, and the largest wealth transfer of all time with technology, factories, high-tech and high-skilled jobs pouring out of America into Asia.

Working America and the middle class have been sacrificed on the high altar of the Republican Moloch of Free Trade. And how have our Chinese brothers reciprocated our magnanimity?

Both Bushes embraced the “open borders” immigration policy the Wall Street Journal has trumpeted for two decades. Result: We have 10-15 million illegal aliens in our country, among whom gangs like the murderous Mara Salvatrucha are proliferating. Native-born California taxpayers are fleeing the Golden State, as Third World tax consumers pour in. So great is the crisis on the Mexican border even the liberal Democratic governors of New Mexico and Arizona have declared states of emergency. Meanwhile 35,000 U.S. troops stand guard—on the border of South Korea.

The late editorial editor of the Journal, Robert Bartley, once said, “I believe the nation-state is finished.” He and his progeny have surely done their level best to bring that about.

As the country we grew up in becomes unrecognizable, we still hear the Journal, that good and faithful servant of the U.S. Business Roundtable, warning us not to oppose open borders. Meanwhile, our very own Dr. Pangloss, Ben Wattenberg, warbles on about our being the “first universal nation” and, in echo of M. Dominic de Villepin, burbles, “Isn’t diversity wonderful!”

In foreign policy, Bush I was an internationalist out to build a “New World Order” after the Cold War. However, post-9/11, Bush II converted to a neoconservatism that calls for unilateral American intervention in the Middle East and the Islamic world, to bring down dictators and establish democracy.

Thus, in March, 2003, Bush, in perhaps the greatest strategic blunder in U.S. history, invaded an Arab nation that had not attacked us, did not want war with us, and did not threaten us—to strip it of weapons we now know it did not have.

Result: Shia and Kurds have been liberated from Saddam, but Iran has a new ally in southern Iraq, Osama has a new base camp in the Sunni Triangle, the Arab and Islamic world have been radicalized against the United States, and copy-cat killers of Al Qaida have been targeting our remaining allies in Europe and the Middle East: Spain, Britain, Egypt and Jordan. And, lest we forget, 2055 Americans are dead and Walter Reed is filling up.

True to the neoconservative creed, Bush launched a global crusade for democracy that is now bringing ever closer to power Hamas in Gaza and the West Bank, Hezbollah in Lebanon, the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and Syria, and Shia fundamentalists in Baghdad and Basra.

Democratic imperialism is still imperialism. To Arab and Islamic peoples, whether the Crusaders come in the name of God or in the name of democracy, they are still Crusaders.

When Ronald Reagan went home to California, his heirs said, “Goodbye to all that,” and embraced Big Government conservatism, then neoconservatism. If they do not find their way home soon, to the principles of Taft, Goldwater and Reagan, they will perish in the wilderness into which they have led us all.

Fri Nov 11, 08:52:00 AM CST

 

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