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Swamp Stomper Alert: Cry Havoc, and Let Slip the Blogs of War: U.S. Companies Hosting Terror Supporters (HELP NEEDED!)

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The Jawa Report and The Dread Pundit Bluto declare war on the jihad forum that recently brought you “Does this bomb vest make me look fat?” and “Beheading Suspected Supporters of the Afghan Government is fun“. The forum is run by Taliban supporters in Pakistan, but its membership is a mixed group of Salafi e-jihadis and infidel fellow travelers who support anyone willing to kill an American.

We call upon all able bodied patriots to complain to the American service providers that allow this forum to operate. Service providers should be e-mailed, called, or …


Swamp Stomper Alert: Democrats and fuel prices

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This special Swamp Stomper Alert
is cross-posted from BitsBlog.

Let’s take a moment to look at the Democrat response to the President’s weekly radio address… where Energy is the issue.

Joe Donnely, Congressional Democrat is part of our energy problem, not the solution.

Good morning. This is Congressman Joe Donnelly of Indiana’s Second Congressional District. Today it is my pleasure to talk to you about a few of Congress’ recent accomplishments on an issue that I believe will help define the future of our nation: energy independence and energy security. Like many Americans across the nation, the people of northern Indiana have felt the negative effects of an energy policy that favored big oil companies


The Aftermath, and the Wuss

It’s been a busy day in politics…

John Edwards has apparently been paying attention to our suggestions. He has decided to drop out of the race leaving no endorsement (yet).  Any bets on who that helps?

Rudy Giuliani also has departed, providing an endorsement to John McCain. Nice.  Most people seem to agree that McCain is not as conservative as Romney, just like the Easter Bunny isn’t as real as Santa Claus (most people can at least say they’ve had a conversation with Santa, not with the Bunny).  Hucklebee is apparently the only one waiting for an official invitation to leave (Ron Paul hasn’t spent all his money yet, so we may be stuck with him longer than Nader).

Speaking of Ralph Nader, it …


Can’t Iowa Republicans Do Better?

I am amazed that the Republican Party in Iowa is intent on rolling over so easily this year. In a story in today’s Des Moines Register, we find out that party leaders and potential candidates have essentially decided it’s not worth the effort to put up a race against Leonard Boswell (Democrat-Iowa 3rd District US House of Representatives) or Tom Harkin (Democrat-Iowa US Senator).

Boswell does face a primary contest, but no Republican challenger has emerged.

According to the Register:

Part of the outlook is the chilling effect on the party of losses in 2006. That’s when Iowa Democrats reclaimed legislative majorities, won two of four U.S. House seats held by Republicans and elected the party’s first successor to a Democratic governor in 70


Fred is On The Move!

Last night’s debate, although I missed watching it (I don’t have Fox News on my cable, and I just figured out late in the debate that I could watch it at the Fox News web site), I caught the now oft repeated clip of Fred banging Hucks head against the wall. My favorite part (as was BitHead’s) was:

“That’s not the model of the Reagan coalition, that’s the model of the Democratic Party,”

Here’s the video:

As I’ve bounced around the blogs last night and this morning, it’s pretty clear that Fred stole the show (although I read one comment of disbelief that Ron Paul was still getting applause). This is a momentum that needs to continue. Fred’s campaign also reached it’s goal this morning …


Hillary, The Friendly Ghost

Jay Newton-Small at the Time Magazine Blog tells us that poor Hillary got booed last night.

…Hillary was twice booed. The first time was when she said she has always and will continue to work for “change for you.” The audience, particularly from Obama supporters (they were waving Obama signs) let out a noise that sounded like a thousand people collectively groaning. The second time came a few minutes later when Clinton said: “The there are two big questions for voters in New Hampshire. One is: who will be ready to lead from day one? The second,” and here Clinton was forced to pause as boos from the crowd mixed with cheers from her own supporters. “Is who can we nominate who will go the


Ron Paul Meets The Press

Tim Russert appeared to hold the upper hand with Paul, although I only got to see part of the program this morning.  I was surprised at how unprepared Paul appeared to be, or if he was prepared, how silly his position is on some of the questions.  The fact that his reaction to questions that he needs to answer was dismissive tells me how out of touch he is with the real world.  The transcript is available at this link: <a href=”http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/22342301/. “>www.msnbc.msn.com/id/22342301/.  Other information and links and (apparently) the entire broadcast are available at <a href=”http://www.mtp.msnbc.com/. “>www.mtp.msnbc.com/.  My favorite question, however, he answered just as smoothly as Condie Rice did about running for president… Russert asked if he would run as an …


Stompin’ Sister in the Swamp

Bithead announces the addition of Sister Toldjah to the Swamp Stompers… welcome, Sister!  Glad to have you along! …


A Swamp Stomper Here!

Bitsblog has started a blog ring called “Swamp Stompers“… and we are proud to join!  The mission: help drain Nancy Pelosi’s swamp

More to come… …


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