Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Hating Christianity (And Everything Else Non-muslim) For Dummies
Brought to you by the wonderful folks at the Saudi Ministry of Education

Take a gander at what boys in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are taught. And let's not forget... the Saudis are suppose to be our friends. Sheesh, with friends like these, who needs enemies?

A Fourth Grade textbook instructs students to “hate (tubghida) the polytheists and the infidels” as a requirement of “true faith.”

The Sixth Grade text contains a lesson on Palestine in which students are instructed that if the Muslims unite in a “fight” against the Jews, they will be victorious over the Jews and their American and British allies, as they once were against Christian Crusaders.

In the Eighth Grade, the textbook on Monotheism teaches pupils “...the swine are the Christian infidels of the communion of Jesus.”

A Ninth Grade Saudi textbook teaches teenagers in apocalyptic terms that violence toward Jews, Christians and other unbelievers is sanctioned by God.

This all reminds me of a chapter in human history from not all that long ago. Young boys were taught that Americans were lazy and would never fight... and above all, the gods weren't on their side. Sound familiar?

Just a few short years later, these young boys were now young men, and they were promised that they would become 'thunder gods' who would dwell forever in the Yasukuni shrine if they would die a glorious death. Sound familiar?

There young men were indoctrinated with slogans such as "what greater glory can there be for a warrior than to give his life for Emperor (-god) and country". Sound familiar?

The initial volunteers were some of this country's finest... as this supply of experienced pilots was rapidly exhausted, they were replaced by innocent, unknowing teenagers. Sound familiar?

As we all know... the only way this fanaticism was brought to an end was by two separate mushroom clouds over Japan in 1945.

Tuesday, May 30, 2006

I REALLY Hate The U.N.
Did I mention that I really hate the U.N.?

The political version of the USCCB is planning on outlawing such things as parental control of children, homeschooling, and religious education... any of which if the child doesn't first give his or her "approval". I really hate the U.N.

Michael Farris, chairman and general counsel of the Home School Legal Defense Association or HSLDA, believes the UN Convention of the Rights of the Child could be binding on U.S. citizens because of activist judges. I really hate the U.N.

The HSLDA produced a report in showing that under Article 13, parents could be subject to prosecution for any attempt to prevent their children from interacting with material they deem unacceptable. I really hate the U.N.

Under Article 14, children are guaranteed "freedom of thought, conscience and religion," which suggests they have a legal right to object to all religious training. Further, under Article 15, the child has a right to "freedom of association". I really hate the U.N.

"If this measure were to be taken seriously, parents could be prevented from forbidding their child to associate with people deemed to be objectionable companions," the HSLDA report explained. I really hate the U.N.

Farris pointed out that in 1995 the United Kingdom was deemed out of compliance with the convention "because it allowed parents to remove their children from public school sex-education classes without consulting the child". I really hate the U.N.

Oh, by the way, did I mention that I really hate the U.N.?

Monday, May 29, 2006

Would Jesus Have Insulted Anyone?
One thing's for sure, Jesus didn't pull any punches

St. Jimbob of the Apokalypse and I have had a bit of a running combox discussion. Now Jimbob and I don't always agree on everything, but JB's a straight shooter... and I respect that.

Anyhow, he and I were discussing (in a roundabout way) if Jesus would have ever insulted anyone. Like Jimbob correctly pointed out, Christ never referred to the adulterous woman as a 'whore'.

But that got me to thinking about some of the things Jesus said...

Lk 11: 39-40. Jesus refers to the Pharisees as 'fools'. Going to the Latin Vulgate Bible, the word "fools" is "stulti", and stulti can translate into either fools or morons, depending upon the context in which it was said. Either way, fool or moron is pretty darn insulting.

Mt 26: 24 - "The Son of man indeed goeth, as it is written of him: but woe to that man by whom the Son of man shall be betrayed: it were better for him, if that man had not been born". OK, Jesus could have simply said to judas "betraying Me isn't exactly a good thing", but Jesus went as far as to say that it would have been better if judas wasn't even born! Imagine if someone said that to you. I'd take that as an insult... wouldn't you?

In both of the Gospels of Saints Matthew and Mark, Jesus refers to St. Peter as "satan". Christ could have easily said to St. Peter to knock it off... but instead, He referred to St. Peter as the epitome of evil. Pretty darn harsh if you ask me. Insulting, even?

In The Gospels of Saints Matthew, Mark and Luke, we have Jesus saying "And whosoever will not receive you, when ye go out of that city, shake off even the dust of your feet, for a testimony against them". Keep in context the Jewish (and Middle Eastern) outlook when referring to someone being on the same level as your feet. And if placing the unbeliever at the same level as your feet wasn't harsh enough, Jesus goes one step further with the exhortation to 'shake the DUST of where they live off your feet'! I think that qualifies as a first class slam.

Mt 7; 6 "...neither cast ye your pearls before swine". Again, remember what the Jewish attitude was (and still is) towards pigs. Describing someone who willingly disregards the Truth about Jesus as a pig? Now THAT was an insult to the Nth degree!

No doubt, to get someone's attention most rikki-tik, Jesus wouldn't hesitate to give a good, solid verbal punch in the nose every now and then.
Will Kneeling At Mass Send You To Hell?
Yes! According to the Roman Protestant Diocese of Orange County
Hat Tip to PV Deuce

The House Sergeant Major (the wife) and I just got home from quite a long drive to attend a Traditional Latin Mass this fine Memorial Day morn'. So beautiful it was that The Boss was almost moved to tears (how did I ever get lucky enough to have her for a wife?).

Anyhow, no one was smackin' gum, no cell phones going off, no Macarena-esque hand gyrations, no one attired like they were on their way to a BBQ at the beach. Just the absolutely and utterly centuries old, tried and true, reverend, respectful, sacred act of worship to God Almighty. It was all just so.... Catholic.

When we got home, I cut on the 'puter, and what do mine eyes behold? An e-mail concerning the goings on in Orange County, California. They call it "The O.C." (I would guess that must stand for "The Opposite of Catholic"). Get ready for this;

At a small Catholic church in Huntington Beach, the pressing moral question comes to this: Does kneeling at the wrong time during worship make you a sinner?

Kneeling "is clearly rebellion, grave disobedience and mortal sin," Father Martin Tran, pastor at St. Mary's by the Sea, told his flock in a recent church bulletin. The Diocese of Orange backs Tran's anti-kneeling edict... Lesa Truxaw, the Orange Diocese director of worship, said Bishop Tod D. Brown banned kneeling because standing "reflects our human dignity".

The debate is part of the argument among Catholics between tradition and change. Traditionalists see it as the ultimate posture of submission to and adoration of God; modernists view kneeling as the vestige of a feudal past they would like to leave behind.

Hmmm... mortal sin sends one to hell, so all those who have the gall to *GASP!* kneel during the Consecration, they now face everlasting damnation and hellfire? Also, I thought the bishop was the director of worship, some chick in stretch pants. Silly me. And you know, if standing vice kneeling really does "reflects our human dignity", can you imagine how much more solemn and holy the Mass will be if we all do jumping jacks and deep-knee bends?

(In true Marine Corps fashion...)

Sunday, May 28, 2006

Al-Qaeda, Islamo-Fascists linked to kidnapping of Christian children as sex slaves
From the 'religion of peace' file

A senior member of an Islamic organization linked to Al-Qaeda is linked to funding his activities through the kidnapping of Christian children who are sold into slavery in Pakistan. The Sunday Times (of London) has established that Gul Khan, a wealthy militant, uses the Al-Qaeda allied organization, Jamaat-ud Daawa (JuD), to slave trade Christian boys aged 6 to 12.

They are abducted from remote Christian villages in the Punjab and fetch nearly $1,500 each from buyers who consign them to a life of misery in domestic servitude or in the sex trade.

Hafez Muhamed Sayeed, a leader of the “pure Islamic environment” in Pakistan and JuD leader, was accused of inciting riots in Pakistan this year with speeches denouncing western “depravity” after a Danish newspaper published cartoons of muhammad.

Time for a moment of sanity... a Dane draws a cartoon of muhammed, and we're the ones guilty of "depravity". But moslems who kidnap and sell children into slavery are "normal"?

But if it makes you feel better, just remind yourself of what liberals tell us; this isn't a war of survival for Christendom... right?
Father (Lt.) Vincent R. Capodanno, USN, CMOH, Servant of God
FINALLY, a Patron Saint for the Marine Corps?

Excellent article concerning the cause for Sainthood has formally been opened for Medal of Honor awarded "Grunt Padre". I know that my eldest brother will be happy to hear this... he was a 0331 (Marine Corps machine gunner) in Viet-Nam, who served more than one Mass for Fr. Capodanno.

The second posting I ever did on this blog was concerning Father Capodanno and his possible Canonization. Deo Gratis his cause has been officially opened. If you're curious, there I have posted his Medal of Honor citation.

Unfortunately, the news story from Catholic News Service has some errors. Father Capodanno wasn't killed by a sniper... he was killed by a communist North Viet-Namese machine gunner less than 5 feet away from him, as Fr. Capodanno was trying to save the life of a dying comrade. Also the writer committed a cardinal sin against Marines... he referred to Marines as "soldiers".

Anyhow, to read about Fr. Capodanno in the words of those who served with him, go here. Below is a bit of the recollection by Former Marine Ray Harton, Mike Company, 3/5 (3d Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment).

If this doesn't bring a tear to your eye, there's something wrong with you.

Sometime late afternoon we heard scattered fire, we had stopped close to a small hill. Sgt. Peters came running up and told us 1st Platoon had been hit hard and we were going to help them. We ran some, walked some and approached the top of the hill and the carnage started. All I can remember is Sgt. Peters screaming, "Get that Gun!" and I was hit in the left arm that spun me to the ground, another shot shattered my rifle. I was screaming, along with other members of my squad, we were being shot at every move we made.

The machine gun was close, 15 to 25 yards away, in a thicket, part way down the far slope of the small hill or knoll I called it. This very hard for me. I can remember seeing the North Vietnamese troops moving and coming toward me, there were Marines lying all around me, and I was calling for help, while with every beat of my fast pumping heart, my life blood was spurting on the ground. I could hear someone holler "Corpsman!" but every time I would move, that gun would shoot at me, and the other Marines. At a distance, I could see Doc Leal moving from Marine to Marine, and he was looking at me. I knew I was going to die, I was not able to defend myself, and the NVA were coming after me, that was my fear.

Through all the noise and hearing myself scream, someone touched me. I had rolled myself on my left side to put pressure on my left arm and elbow, and someone touched me, it was Fr. Vince. As I looked into his eyes, all things got silent. Not a sound could be heard. No screaming, nothing but the sound of his soft voice, and the look of compassion in his eyes. "Stay calm Marine, someone will be here to help, God is with all of us this day!"

I could see Sgt. Peters laying on the ground, blood coming from his mouth, Corpsman Leal moving in my direction, but I was not scared any longer. I was at peace. Fr. Vince was bare headed, blood on his face and neck, his right hand was mangled with a bloody compress hastily attached. He cupped the back of my head in an attempt to raise me off my arm, when all of a sudden I heard a scream, "my leg, my leg!" and I was back in the war. I glanced over and Corpsman Leal was sitting on the ground screaming about 25 feet from me. Fr. Vince blessed me with his good hand and leaped up and darted to Corpsman Leal. I had come to my senses and was ready to fight, the words "Get that gun!" were still ringing in my head. I made an attempt to move when that gun opened up once more, not at me, but had caught Fr. Vince and Corpsman Leal and ended their lives, a long burst killed my savior, and my friends. Fr. Vince was gone, that image remains foremost in my mind today. And the guilt of being the cause of this God-Like Soul's death haunts me today. I got mad at God and mad at the enemy. I will not go into what happened later between me and that gun [crew].

Saturday, May 27, 2006

Angelic X 3
= The Corrs

Jay over at Pro Ecclesia certainly does enjoy posting info and pics of the lovely Adriana Lima. I for one, certainly do enjoy viewing them.

I thought it would be nice to post some pics of some lovely Irish Catholic lasses; Caroline, Andrea and Sharon Corr of the Irish Pop group The Corrs. Their brother, Jim, is in the group as well.... but for blog purposes, he doesn't count.

They never made much of a splash here in The States, but are fairly big on the other side of the Pond. Some of you may recall some of the songs they've done with the likes of Brian Wilson (God Only Knows), Bono (Summer Wine) and Ronnie Wood (Little Wing and Ruby Tuesday). They also made a minor splash here in The States with my personal Corrs favorite, Listen To The Radio.
Just Stop, Pat
You're embarrassing yourself

CBN head honcho Pat Robertson says he has leg-pressed 2,000 pounds. The "700 Club" host's feat of strength is recounted on the web site of his Christian Broadcasting Network, in a posting headlined "How Pat Robertson Leg Pressed 2,000 Pounds."

Clay Travis of CBS called the 2,000-pound assertion impossible in a column this week, writing that the leg-press record for football players at Florida State University is 665 pounds less. "Where in the world did Robertson even find a machine that could hold 2,000 pounds at one time?" Travis asked.

This rates right up there with that angry little North Korean munchkin, AKA: Beloved Midget, Kim Jong-il who reportedly shot 11 holes-in-one on the first round he ever played.

The Amazing Kim went on to say; "I remember all computer codes and telephones that workers are using now". Also, on a day Kim visited a cemetery, he looked around at the tombs and he remembered the achievements, characteristics, tastes and bereaved family members for hundreds of the dead by a quick glance at the names on tombstones.

Yeah.... right.

But back to Pat Robertson. Sure I have some serious theological differences with him, but we have to give credit where credit's due. He's been a very loud voice in exposing The Da Vinci Code hoax. But Pat... when ya start making claims like this, coupled with you hawking "health shakes" and "health pancakes" on your website, you lose any credibility you may have. And to be quite honest, you start to come across as a wee bit of a snake oil salesman.

Friday, May 26, 2006

Scamnesty NOW!!
3 million then, 12 million now, how many millions later?

Hat Tip to The Carolina Cannonball

I saw something kinda crazy when I was recently back home in San Diego... on one of the local newscasts ran a story of the San Diego Minutemen who were taking journalists to a shanty-town encampment that had dozens and dozens of illegal alien living there. And there also was reports of prostitutes there who were shipped up norte just for that reason (oh... and child prostitutes as well).

Anyhow, when the San Diego Minutemen showed up with bucoup news cameras in tow, you'll NEVER guess what happened. Turns out the owner of the property where the illegals were camped out, called the cops on the San Diego Minutemen for --- get this --- trespassing.

In another amazing turn of events, it was discovered that the owner of said property is... hold on to your hat... also happens to own a whole buncha fruit tree groves in the area. I know, I know. What were the chances of THAT!!??

You know what's even more amazing? The Minutemen were told to leave or face arrest... the illegals could stay.
Hypocrite Of The Week Award
Al "Muzzle Awareness" Gore

Former Vice President Al Gore used religious references Thursday night in New York City in an attempt to convince a "town hall" meeting that human-caused catastrophic climate change is real. Gore's "Town Hall on the Climate Crisis" was timed to coincide with the release of his "global warming" disaster film, "An Inconvenient Truth".

He also announced that he supports a "petroleum tax," and he suggested a boycott of the oil giant Exxon-Mobil for its allegedly poor environmental record.

Gore departed the event with his wife Tipper in a chauffeur-driven black Lincoln Town Car.
What Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy?
I see Nuuuuthing! NNNNUTHING!

Note to self: send check to "Brass-Knuckles For Gitmo" fund

Amnesty International: We're Supporting Abortion because of Gay Rights. You read it right...

I'll put this one in my "you gotta be shittin' me" file. The un-holy trinity of the Nothing Is Worth Going To Jail For crowd, the Kill The Children Foundation, and Fudge-Packers United have come together under the umbrella of Amnesty International. What the fornicate, over?

According to A.I., their proposal to support "sexual and reproductive rights," stems from their "global campaign to Stop Violence against Women, as well as its work on HIV/AIDS; on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights, economic, social and cultural rights and on related issues."

That makes about as much sense as me nailing as many skanky chicks as humanly possibly and proposing support for my own personal "sexual gratification urges rights" movement which stems from my "global campaign to Stop Early Morning Wood"... oh, and economic, social and cultural rights and on related issues and other important stuff.

What pure bullshit.

On second thought, possibly all this is beneficial. I say we let these jerk-offs have their way. In a generation they'll all be dead and gone. Think about it...

1. The abortion crew won't have any kids, so we'll have to put up with them until the Grim Reaper makes a showing.

2. The Rump Rangers can't have kids, so it's only a matter of time 'till the Anally Inserted Death Serum does it's stuff.

3. The-ACLU-Is-My-Hero bunch will be murdered by the same scum they fought so hard to keep out of prison.

Works for me

Sunday, May 21, 2006

Bad Writing For Biblical Illiterates
Mr. Da Vinci Code, meet Mr. Gospel of Judas. Mr. Gospel of Judas, meet Mr. Da Vinci Code

hat tip to EQB

Is it any wonder that we have sooooo many people that swallow The Da Vinci Code and The Gospel of Judas lock, stock and barrel? Why not? We live in a world of I don't need religion as long as I have spirituality spewing lazy-asses. As my parish priest said today, "those 'spirituality' people don't want religion because religion actually demands that they DO something other than feel good about themselves!"

Anyhoo, here's an excellent article that (hilariously) dissects the DVC and the GOJ... and the occasional swipe at those theological slackers who strive for McSalvation in their McChurches and McWorship themselves.

Here's a little teaser of what Mark Steyn hath wrought;

At the start of the book, Dan Brown pledges, "All descriptions of artwork, architecture, documents and secret rituals in this novel are accurate." It's everything else that's hokum, beginning with the title, whose false tinkle testifies to Brown's penchant for weirdly inauthentic historicity. Referring to "Leonardo da Vinci" as "da Vinci" is like listing Lawrence of Arabia in the phone book as "Of Arabia, Mr. L," or those computer-generated letters that write to the Duke of Wellington as "Dear Mr. Duke, you may already have won!"

The latest Bizarro Christ bestseller is the so-called Gospel of Judas, lost for 1,600 years but apparently rediscovered 20 minutes ago, edited by various scholars and now published by the National Geographic Society in Washington. Evidently, National Geographic has fallen on hard times since the days when anthropological studies of remote tribes were a young man's only readily available source of pictures of naked women.

I tell ya, I really do like the writing style of Mark Steyn!

Saturday, May 20, 2006

A Tribute To Dad
Who says Saintly intercession doesn't work?

As many of you know, my dad recently passed away. I've been debating if I should post anything about it. Well, below is a copy of a letter I just sent to a very wonderful woman and new dear friend. All of us should experience the end in this fashion...

I had to leave home (San Diego) and fly back to North Carolina on the day of his death. Dad died 1 1/2 hours after I lifted off. But their parish priest did show up (right after I left the house) and gave Last Rites once again.

Mom had a CD player brought into the master bedroom, and played "their song"... Moonlight Serenade by Glenn Miller. Mom cradled dad in her arms and slowly rocked him as they had their last dance.

Mom and the remaining six kids (along with various grandchildren and great grandchildren) then prayed a 15 Decade Rosary. As my kid brother told me, dad's breathing during The Rosary went from labored, to as smooth and easy as any of us lying down and watching TV.

Soon thereafter, my father... veteran of WWII, Korea, Viet-Nam; father of seven; madly in love with Libby until his last breath, was welcomed under the Mantle of the Holy Mother where she joyously introduced him to her Son.

From what I was told, as a child, my dad was very close to his grandfather (he called my dad by his middle name, Regis). I'm quite sure that my great grandfather greeted dad with a big hug and tears in his eyes saying "where ya been Regie boy? I've missed you so very much".

Yet again, thank you St. Joseph for assisting in a very peaceful death for the greatest man I ever knew.
Remember The Good Old Days?
Weren't they just a few years ago?

Remember when $20 filled you gas tank?

Remember when you could call your ISP customer service and actually understand what the customer service rep was saying? Personally, I don't really care what the weather's like in New Delhi.

Remember when MTV actually played music videos?

Remember when Run For The Border was a Taco Bell ad, and not the advice of the Mexican government to it's citizens?

Remember when Rap "artists" didn't steal other peoples songs? That lasted for about 15 minutes.

Remember when we were generically exhorted to "attend the church or synagogue of your choice", and "mosque" wasn't included?

Remember when fast food joints were a cash only business?

Remember when you made a phone call to a bank, airline, whatever... the recorded greeting didn't start with "For English... Press 1"?

Remember when cartoons had various and sundry individuals get smashed by anvils?

Remember when TV networks bleeped out "G** Damn", but not "fag". When did it get turned around?

Remember when you could actually tell the difference between Democrats and Republicans?

Can anyone think of any others?
Sing Along With Calypso Louie!
Just no White Devils, if you please

What's a failed Calypso singer to do when the royalties from three flops stop paying the bills? Simple! Just get beamed up to the Mother Ship and life will be sweeeeeet from here on out.

But in the meantime, it's always nice to listen to the old stuff like Ugly Woman and Back To Back, Belly To Belly. I'll admit, my personal fav is Is She Is, Or Is She Aint. I still can't figure out why Calypso Louie did a song about a Caribbean cross-dressing homosexual. Hmmm....

C'mon mon, let's all go to da Louis Farrakhan Sing-A-Long site!
North Carolina Adopts The "NASCAR Method"
Hawaii considers the "PPV Option"

Washington, DC (Caveman News Service) - The District Attorney for Wake County, North Carolina, Martin Marineson announced that all executions in his county will now be corporate sponsored. "Hell, it just makes sense. NASCAR's been doing it for years... and them boys got more money than God".

"We're going to have DuPont paint up the place real nice. Lung cancer is the last thing on these boys minds, so Marlboro will provide all the smokes they can choke down. And in keeping with the overall theme of things, a buffet lunch will be provided by Kentucky Fried Chicken".

Convicted murderer, Kurt Fogelman will have his execution sponsored by a number of corporations. While being strapped to the "Hot Wheels" brand electric chair, Fogelman stated "I just want to thank everyone at the Hot Wheels/Pontiac/Good-Year Team for bringing this execution together. Man... there aint no way in hell I coulda done this on my own. It was a real team effort... and I mean that." Ironically, the ever up-beat Fogelman has been described as having 'Wessonality'.

Not all states were as enthusiastic as North Carolina for the NASCAR option. The High Sheriff of Maui County, Hawaii, Peter Deaman recently signed a contract with Time-Warner that all executions would now be on Pay Per View. Convicted cannibal-murderer Ma'afu Kaneaopu'uh, Jr. soon to be known as 'The Fryin' Hawaiian', will be electrocuted until dead Aug. 27 on PPV for only $39.99. The execution is planned on being billed as "The Owie In Maui"

South Seas cannibal Ma'afu "Boy-Boy" Kaneaopu'uh, Jr. (right) and his most recent victim, some "dumb ass hoale boy from da mainland" (left)

"The Bitch, The Bitch, The Bitch Is Back"
Elton John, The Caribou album, 1975

Anyone who's read this blog should know exactly how the Cavemen feel about good ol' Maggie Sanger. You remember her, dont'chya? For those who are unfamiliar, here's a quick recap;

Margaret Sanger, whose views were popular in Europe in the pre-war period, referred to the poor, blacks, European Catholics and immigrants in general as “human weeds” to be herded into government camps for sterilization. She also advocated recruiting religious leaders in the heavily Christian black community to lead the campaign for sterilization of their own flocks.

With that said, I'm sure that there are many that would say that the frothing at the mouth rhetoric of bitch extraordinaire, Maggs Sanger, is old news, ancient history... dumped on the trash heap of history along with the racial views of Nazi Germany.

Au contraire, mon frere with the thinning hair... don't you even think of going there. The Useless Eaters mentality is alive and well and living in the Bill Clinton Presidential Library in East Pigknuckle, Arkansas.

Here's a taste;

Ron Weddington (who along with his wife fought in favor of the Roe v Wade case) sent a letter in 1993 to then president-elect Bill Clinton asking him to use abortion as a tool for “eliminating” the “barely educated, unhealthy, and poor”.

Weddington said Clinton should “use persuasion rather than coercion.” He writes, “You will have to enlist the aid of sports and entertainment stars to counteract the propaganda spread by Church officials seeking parishioners, generals seeking canon fodder and businessmen seeking cheap labour.”

“We don’t need more canon fodder…parishioners…or cheap labour. We don’t need more babies.”

The letter was published as part of a larger report by the public interest group, Judicial Watch, titled “The Clinton RU-486 Files,” showing that the drug was rushed to approval for political reasons by the Clinton administration. The letter was stored in the Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Hmmm.... in the words of U2, Achtung Baby.
Speaking Of The Bubba Clinton Prezimidenshul Libary
I can't seem to remember which is which

Is it this 'un?

'Er this 'un?

Friday, May 19, 2006

Investigations? We Don't Need No Stinkin' Investigations!
Vicente Fox thinks he's callin' the shots in California

Some scumbag smuggler of human beings tried to kill a U.S. Border Patrol Agent. The BP bubbas open fired. Result... scratch one scumbag. Oh, and the added bonus of a U.S. Border Patrol Agent who will be seeing his wife and kids tonight.

But anyhoo... the Mexican government is uber-pissed.

"We asked for an official investigation of what happened," said Alberto Lozano, spokesman for the Mexican Consulate in San Diego. "We want to know why they shot this person."

But far be it from me to stand in the way of huggy-touchy diplomacy. So I'll break it down for this pendejo, Caveman-style.

Hey Alberto, first of all, you have a problem with the obvious, so I'll help out. One of your loco-vato homeboys tried to kill an American citizen who also happened to be a law enforcement agent. The good guys killed the bad guy. It really is quite simple... if this Frito Bandito would have kept his ass south of the border, none of this would have ever happened.

What don't you comprende about this, Alberto?
With today being May 19th and all.

You know.... THAT movie is coming out. I figiured that it was time to bring back an oldie but a goodie.

From March 4, 2006;

News From The Future... Future... future... future... future

The Da Vinci Code, The Movie is almost upon us. Bet ya didn't know that there are already sequels in the works, did ya?

The Dogs Playing Poker Code
A hidden painting locked away by the Catholic Church. See the large stack of chips center-left? Below them are two other smaller stacks of chips and a glass. They form the letter "J" as in "Jesus". The Wedding Feast for Canines is just one example of what the real Bible should have in it. Albino monks from the Franciscans are assigned to kill anyone who attempts to uncover the truth.

The 3 Stooges Code
A hidden painting locked away by the Catholic Church. Jesus really intended for The 3 Stooges to take on 17th century Dutch personas and lead the world to salvation. Albino monks from Sister Jean Marie's 4th Grade class are assigned to kill any knucklehead or wiseguy who attempts to uncover the truth.

The Seinfeld Code
A hidden painting locked away by the Catholic Church. Jesus actually ran off to the Upper West Side with Elaine, but not until the whole whacky gang had a Last Supper at the Kenny Rogers Roasters across the street from Kramer's apartment. No real Bible actually exists... after all, it would just be a book about nothing. Albino monks from Monk's Restaurant are assigned to kill anyone who attempts to uncover the truth.

The Lugari Code
A hidden painting locked away by the Catholic Church. A chain smoking, exceedingly anorexic, somewhat balding paisano from the Mid-west is the only person to ever have authentic visions. All others are just money-making lies perpetrated by The Catholic Church. Albino monks from Fidei Defensor are assigned to kill anyone who attempts to uncover the truth.

St. Joseph, Patron Of A Peaceful Death
Thank you for your intercession and prayers

My father passed quietly and peacefully. After receiving the Last Rites from Holy Mother The Church, he can now requiescat in pace.

And a heartfelt thank you to all you good folks who prayed the same.

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

McCarrick Out as Bishop of Washington, D.C.
Is replacement a clone?

The good news is the Holy Father has accepted the resignation of Cardinal Theodore McCarrick as bishop of the archdiocese of Washington, D.C., which encompasses the national capitol and part of Maryland. The Pope has had Cardinal Ted’s (hey, if “Father Bill” is acceptable, why not Cardinal Ted?) resignation since he turned 75 last July.

The bad, or at least the unknown, news is his replacement might be as namby-pamby as McCarrick.

The new archbishop is the current Ordinary of Pittsburgh, Bishop Donald Wuerl, who grew up in Steel Town. Rick Santorum, the purported pro-life senator from Pennsylvania (he backed pro-abortion Sen. Arlen Specter over a pro-life rival in last year’s primary) said he expected Wuerl's personal style to be similar to McCarrick's in that Wuerl clearly avoids making his position clear on some of the more contentious issues of the day.

"I don't think you're going to find the bishop weighing in to the political scene in a lot of ways. He never did in Pittsburgh and I don't think he'll do so here even though politics is the center of this town," Mr. Santorum said.

So, like his predecessor, I guess we can assume His Excellency won’t be excommunicating pro-abortion politicos or forbidding them from receiving Holy Communion.

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Just Peeking In
...and only for a sec or two

I have a sec or two to toss up a quick post. But first I would like to thank all of you good folks for keeping my dad in your prayers. It means more to me than any of you will ever know.

I do want to pass on an observation from the last few days as I've bounced in and out of various airports. That piece of crap The Da Vinci Code sure is popular among flyers and at airport book shops.

Two thoughts came to mind;

1. What The Passion Of The Christ was to intelligent and discerning, The Da Vinci Code is to the gullible and weak-minded.

2. Never trust any so-called "literary work of fiction" that has entire chapters that are only one and a half pages long. That's a sure sign of readers with short attention spans... and that are none too bright.

Just a few observations. Will post more this week-end when I get home.

May God bless you all.

Sunday, May 14, 2006

Mother of God

"Humans nature's single boast"

Queen of the Angels, Queen of the May

pray for us

Saturday, May 13, 2006

Sorry, Doc, There Will Never Be Women Priests
The last Pope spoke infallibly on the subject

Christine Whelan is a 28-year old Ph.D. out of New York. She bills herself as a writer, commentator, and the host of BustedHalo, a website for young-adult Catholics. I don’t know anything about her Catholic credentials, but one would assume that someone with her schooling (Princeton undergrad, Masters and doctorate from Oxford) would – if she didn’t already know the Church’s position on something – be able to do the research required.

In a recent article she wrote:
I recently attended the wedding of my friends Andrea and Simon in England. They are both studying to be vicars, so they have many friends and teachers within the Anglican Church. The Catholic Church has a long way to go before we'd see a similar wedding in our church. But it made me reconsider the importance of talking about marriage and Holy Orders as sacraments that might one day be considered complementary within our own faith.

Pope John Paul II's Apostolic Letter Ordinatio Sacerdotalis, "On Reserving Priestly Ordination to Men Alone," is the definitive judgment by Pope John Paul II that, based on the witness of Scripture and Constant Tradition, the Church has no authority to confer priestly ordination on women. Pope John Paul II intends this to be the last word on the subject of women priests and the ordination of women.

The following is the last paragraph of the letter (emphasis added):

Wherefore, in order that all doubt may be removed regarding a matter of great importance, a matter which pertains to the Church's divine constitution itself, in virtue of my ministry of confirming the brethren (cf. Lk 22:32) I declare that the Church has no authority whatsoever to confer priestly ordination on women and that this judgment is to be definitively held by all the Church's faithful.

The following is from the Baltimore Catechism, the contents of which have never been abrogated by the Church (emphasis added):

Q. 531. What is necessary that the Pope may speak infallibly or ex-cathedra?
A. That the Pope may speak infallibly, or ex-cathedra:
(1) He must speak on a subject of faith or morals;
(2) He must speak as the Vicar of Christ and to the whole Church; (3) He must indicate by certain words, such as, we define, we proclaim, etc., that he intends to speak infallibly.

It doesn't get any plainer than that. Even cavemen can understand it.

Friday, May 12, 2006

A Protestant Honors a Catholic Mother
Chuck Colson Lauds St. Monica

In the latest edition of his on-line column, Charles Colson, the born-again Christian who has devoted himself to prison ministry, pens a nice article about two Catholic saints. Of course, it has the usual Protestant slant, so I have provided an abbreviated version below – with appropriate Catholic Caveman commentary.

"In honor of Mother's Day, I'd like to tell you a story about one mother whose devotion shaped not only her son's life but countless others, as well.

"Her name was Monica. A Christian [Catholic], she was married to a prominent man who wasn't a believer [aka, a pagan]. He was unfaithful and even beat her at times. Monica's response was to go to church [Mass] every day and [receive Holy Communion and] pray for his conversion. And that's exactly what happened.

"The suffering and anguish caused by her husband paled before what Monica's oldest son put her through. He lived a dissolute life, devoted to pleasure. He left one mistress and took up with another. His only son was born out-of-wedlock.

"Still, Monica never gave up. The greatest preacher of the time, Bishop [bishop? bishop of what? oh yeah, the CATHOLIC Church!] Ambrose of Milan, was right. At the age of 35, Monica's son, [later bishop and Saint] Augustine, became a [Catholic] Christian and was baptized. This devotion to the spiritual welfare of her son is why [Saint] Monica is regarded as the model for all Christian mothers. "

By the way, Chuck, Saint Monica's boy is also the one who said: “For my part, I should not believe the gospel except moved by the authority of the Catholic Church.” No offense, but you might want to remind the 66-book Protestants about that, too .

Thursday, May 11, 2006

VSC Out Of The Loop
But for only a week or so

I'll be gone for a wee bit, but I'm sure that FAB and PV Deuce will keep the cave ship-shape.

If everyone could, please pray for the intercession of St. Joseph to Our Lord that my father has a peaceful death.

Thanks, and may God bless you all

Tuesday, May 09, 2006

One Reason Kids Make Nations Strong
Europe's declining birth rate

To counteract the demographic decline in many developed countries, a cultural change, rather than an economic incentive, is needed to promote family and procreation, Riccardo Cascioli, the president of Italy's European Center of Studies on Population, Environment and Development, said in a recent interview.

After listing a number of the dangers of a low birth rate, he ended with this:

“Let's not forget moreover the consequences on security: A nation without children is a nation that does not even have a desire to fight for its own values and freedom -- so much so that it believes it is not worthwhile to transmit them. And, because of this, it prepares to be a land of conquest for emerging civilizations.”

To which I add: How greatly one believes in something is demonstrated by how willing one is to die for it.
Tom Hanks Has A Good Laugh On Jesus And His Church
In case you wondered why SNL sucks... a lot

Hosting Saturday Night Live for the eighth time, Hanks opened the show by taking questions from regular cast members dressed as clergymen and clergywomen - and Jesus himself.

Comedian Chris Parnell took on the guise of a cardinal and asked the actor, "I was wondering when you were making the film and you were meeting with the producers and writers and the director, in all that creative process, did you ever wonder what it would feel like to burn for eternity in hell?" The movie star feigned concern, and insisted director Ron Howard was fully responsible for the film and its message. He stated, "When you come right down to it, it really is the director that makes all the decisions and that would be Ron Howard, the guy from Happy Days."

I never thought I'd say this... I sure do miss Chevy Chase
Catholics Blow Off Vatican
...yet again

In recent weeks, the Vatican has made attack after attack on the upcoming movie version of The Da Vinci Code opening May 12, but that's not stopping filmgoers in predominantly Catholic countries from rushing out to buy tickets... the forthcoming showings of The Da Vinci Code are already sold out, or almost sold out, in Italy, Spain and Mexico based on advance ticket sales.

And this is a suprise... how?

For 40+ years, we've had liberal spouting "Spirit of Vatican II" clerics telling us to question everything and anything Catholic. And no one did a damn thing about it.

For 40+ years, we've had liberal spouting "Spirit of Vatican II" clerics watering down (if not completely abandoning) Catholic teaching. And no one did a damn thing about it.

For 40+ years, we've had liberal spouting "Spirit of Vatican II" clerics in charge, and then we ended up with a sexual abuse scandal that involved a whopping two thirds of the American bishops in covering it up. And no one did a damn thing about it.

So Rome is being ignored, 'eh? You reap what you sow.

Monday, May 08, 2006

Happy Hard Hat Riot Day!
Construction Workers, Stock Exchange Suits, New York's Finest.... just two words; HELL YES!!

Hat Tip to Relapsed Catholic

"A lot of us are World War II vets and fathers and purple hearts. We're from a generation that believes the flag over everything." (Electrician Morty Grutman, quoted in the New York Post, May 9, 1970)

36 years ago today, communist led anti-war hippie scum (better known as The Great Unwashed) staged themselves at the George Washington statue on Wall Street and were waving Communist Viet Cong flags and burning, urinating and defecating on American flags, just like what had recently happened in Washington DC.

New York city construction workers (better known as The Hard Hats) had had enough. They proceeded to charge the hippie base camp and set up American flags, then pursued and thumped the living shit out of said Great Unwashed. What happened next, no one expected... the construction workers were unexpectedly joined by white collar office workers (better known as The Suits) from the New York Stock Exchange. The NYSE literally emptied as Suits fought shoulder to shoulder along side the Hard Hats.

Mayor John Lindsay ordered that all flags on City buildings be lowered to half mast due to the Kent State shootings, which the construction workers of New York overwhelmingly opposed. They threatened to overwhelm City Hall unless the flag was raised to full mast, which it was... by the construction workers themselves.

In an other unexpected turn of events, 150 NYPD officers assigned to City Hall didn't interfere while the Hard Hats and Suits taught the Great Unwashed a thing or two about manners, decorum, and patriotism. As the American flag was raised to full staff over City Hall, the construction workers asked Police Officers remove their riot helmets in respect. They did.

The Hard Hat Riots were followed by a series of pro-war rallies in New York almost every day during May. These rallies culminated in a large Wednesday, May 20, 1970, rally. Over 100,000 hard hats, stock brokers and other workers peacefully marched through the streets of downtown New York City. The rally was organized by the local New York City construction workers union to show support for President Nixon and the Vietnam War.

Funny, schools never teach about this.

Sunday, May 07, 2006

New Swiss Guards Sworn In
Pope Thanks Their 500 Years of Service

During a special Mass on Saturday, May 6th, Pope Benedict thanked the Swiss Guards for their 500 years of loyal service. The young men (they must be Catholic, single, and between 18 and 25) sat in the front pews wearing their traditional blue-and-gold striped uniforms. Normally during a Papal Mass they would be standing silently at attention.

The swearing-in ceremony takes place on May 6th each year to commemorate when all 147 Swiss Guards died protecting Pope Clement VII during the sack of Rome in 1527.

Although the swearing in traditionally takes place in an inner Vatican courtyard (see picture), this year it was held in St. Peter's Square to accomodate the host of visitors, many from Switzerland, who were on hand for the celebraton.

On Thursday, 100 former Guards completed a month-long re-enactment of the 450-mile march by the first group of 150 Swiss mercenaries who were summoned to Rome by Pope Julius II to protect him and the Vatican.

Joisey Needs A New Slogan
Can the cavemen help?

For the third time in less than a year, New Jersey is looking for a new state slogan. Here's some ideas that may help out the Garden State ~

1. New Jersey - Home Of The IROC (Italian Retards Out Cruisin')

2. Who Da F**k Youz Lookin' At?

3. All The Urban Decay, Half The Corruption

4. You May 'Have A Friend in Pennsylvania', But We'll Kick Your Ass In New Jersey

5. Don't Ever Take Sides Against The Family

6. Welcome To New Jersey, Gateway To Exciting Delaware

7. What's That SMELL?

8. Land Of A Thousand Mullets

9. Sure We Have High Taxes, But The Air Pollution Makes Up For It

10. Bah-Fungoo!!
Do Saints Throw-Up?
Only if their namesake is a city in California

Can one in a celestial state be so disgusted that they actually wretch? For the moment, let's just say they can.

With that said, I'd wager that The Holy Mother more than likely has gotten queasy on numerous occasions due to the goings on in L.A. (officially "The Town of Our Lady the Queen of Angels of the Little Portion"). St. Francis has undoubtedly yakked quite often because of the goings on at Sodom By The Sea.

But now St. Didacus must be puking more than a squad of Marines after a Dos Equis and bean burrito soaked weekend in Tijuana. Things have gotten downright insane in my old hometown.

First, activist judges and the ACLU have finally won in having the historic 52 year old Cross on Mt. Soledad removed because "the presence of the Latin cross on Mount Soledad, land which is owned by the city of San Diego . . . violates Article I Section 4 of the California Constitution".


Keep in mind that the courts have invalidated three land transfers – two sales to a private group and a gift to the federal government – designed to keep the cross atop one of the city's most scenic landmarks. Can anyone spell P-E-T-T-Y?

Oh, and before I forget, the courts have also ordered the City of San Diego to pay ACLU lawyer James McElroy's legal bills, which a judge in a related Superior Court case recently estimated were $280,000, on top of the $233,000 the city was forced to pay McElroy and the American Civil Liberties Union several years ago in a related lawsuit.


The SD City Council proclaimed "Karen Marshall Day". Karen Marshall served as the executive director of the Gay and Lesbian Center in Hillcrest for six years. During that time she received hundreds of thousands of dollars in public funds for her salary. Much of the money was steered to the Gay and Lesbian Center and Karen Marshall's salary via the San Diego City Council. I guess "St Didacus Day" is out of the question, huh?


The very same City Council recently to proclaim "Mark Salo Day" in honor of Salo's January retirement after 31 years as the chief executive officer of Planned Parenthood of San Diego and Riverside Counties. I guess "Mother Teresa Day" is out of the question, huh?


Remember James McElroy, the ACLU attorney working to remove the cross from Mount Soledad? Turns out he's also Planned Parenthood's lead attorney. Are you shocked?

But there are a few voices of sanity in the City of St Didacus... Phil Magnan, Biblical Family Advocates director, pointed out that "many of the leaders of Planned Parenthood, including its founder, Margaret Sanger, were signers of an anti-God, pro-abortion, pro-suicide document, 'The Humanist Manifesto.'" Magnan mentioned Sanger's intent to weed out "defectives, delinquents and dependents," and her statement that "we do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population," and the fact that Sanger frequently spoke at Ku Klux Klan gatherings.

Well, at least St. Didacus must be a baseball fan. The Padres have won six in a row. That in itself is miraculous.

Saturday, May 06, 2006

Now Get Back In The Closet Where You Belong! Strange things are afoot in Phoenix

Hat Tip to PV2 and EQB

Bishop Thomas Olmstead is the new sheriff in town, and it looks as if he's done run one varmint outta town already.

Notorious rectum wrangler, Chris "Chartreuse Caboose" Carpenter, former pastor of Christ the King parish in Mesa, says that "Bishop Thomas Olmsted has turned his back on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered Catholics".

The Bung-Hole Bandit went on to lisp, "I refuse to serve as a priest in a church environment that is increasingly sending a false and destructive message that my LGBT brothers and sisters and I are little more than immature, defective sex addicts".

Well Chrissy-poo, even though you'd probably enjoy it... don't let the door hit your ass on the way out.

Now if Sheriff Olmstead would just do something about the Franciscan Retreat Center in Phoenix. Officially known as The Casa, but 'El Armario' would have been a more correct, such flat out non and anti-Catholic drivel is offered up to lead souls away from The Church;

Aqua Yoga Program I
Easy T'ai Chi and Qigong
Introduction to the Enneagram
Gifted and Called: A Retreat for Gays and Lesbians
Labyrinth Walk ~ Mini Workshop
Sundao Healing Retreat
T'ai Chi & Qigong for Health & Harmony (Beginners)- Thursdays
...And Besides, Women And Seamen Don't Mix
So saith well known man-about-town and bon vivant, Waylon Smithers

The California supreme court ruled that the Peoples Secular Republic of Berkeley may discriminate against the openly heterosuxual Sea Scouts, a branch of the Boy Scouts of America, because the organization forbids membership to homosexuals and atheists.

Berkeley removed from the Sea Scouts a subsidy for berthing at the city's marina because of the group's membership policy. Could the city of Berkeley BE any more petty? I doubt it.

And in case anyone was curious, the Sea Scouts teach maritime arts to youth, many from poverty-stricken homes, who pay only $7 a year to participate.

And let's all remember, the uber-liberals involved in this fiasco 'really care' about the poor... don't they?
A long time ago
in a Catholic Church far, far away...



I found this interesting little story out of Thailand. Stick with me on this one....

Mass in Bangkok is celebrated in the Thai language. OK, that's simple, but Whitney Houston, we have a problem. Turns out that 50,000 of Bangkok's 75,000 Catholics are ethnically Chinese. And even though all of that 50,000 speak fluent Thai, they want Mass celebrated in Chinese. And not just any Chinese. They want Chaozhou, a southern Chinese dialect. Now we run into another little problem... turns out that many of the priests in the Bangkok Archdiocese don't speak Chaozhou.

Now we have another problem. Many within the Chinese Catholic community say that it would be better to use Mandarin Chinese because younger Catholics are not fluent in Chaozhou. And I'm not done yet! What about the Filipino, Korean and Vietnamese Catholics that also reside in the Archdiocese of Bangkok?

OK, with all that said... this reminds me of why in the 1500's, Pope St. Pius V ordered that the Latin Mass of Pope St. Gregory The Great (which had already been around for over 1,000 years in Italy) to be the official liturgy of The Western Church. There are many reasons as to why St Pius did this, but essentially, it was to unify The Church against the rising tide of Protestantism, and also to fight the Tower of Babel syndrome that had become so prevalent within The Western Church.

From nation to nation, province to province, city to city and in some cases... village to village, Mass was different. The Mozabaric Rite, the Ambrosian Rite, The Dominican Rite, variants of the Hispano-Gallican Rite, remnants of the Celtic Rite, a never ending parade of local traditions and customs incorporated into (polluting?) the Mass, etc, etc. The Western Church really was a Tower of Babel.

You know, I'm proud of my Guamanian heritage. I'm proud of my Spanish heritage. I'm proud of my Irish heritage. I'm proud of my German heritage. But you know what I'm most proud of? My CATHOLIC heritage. I'm proud to be a Catholic of The Latin Rite. Is it too much to expect that I be allowed to worship like a Latin Rite Catholic?

Why is it that I have to 'ask permission' for something that supposedly is to be 'widely and generously given'? What a joke. How many times have I been told by priests that the Latin Mass is 'divisive? Too many times. But it's not divisive to have a Mass schedule that runs the gamut from English to Urdu to Polish to Swahili with the occasional foray into the wonderful world of the Hula Mass, the Polka Mass, the Cowboy Mass, The Easter Bunny Mass, or my all-time personal fav, the Blood Sacrifice Mass?

I remember once asking a priest about having a Latin Mass... his eyes lit up and he said "but we do have a Latino Mariachi Mass!", and this goomba was serious.

Bottom line, if you want to be a good Protestant where their services vary from nation to nation, province to province, city to city and in some cases... village to village, then by all means, be a good Protestant. Personally, I'll stick with the unifying (and not to mention utterly Catholic) Latin Mass.

It's about time Roman Catholics got back into the habit of being Roman Catholics.

Friday, May 05, 2006

"No Man Cometh To The Father, But By Me."
Or maybe Jesus was all wrong

Remember that posting I did about convergence instead of conversion? Well, Korean honcho, Nicholas Cardinal Cheong Jin-suk, says Catholics "need" buddha. Convergence it is.

The cardinal observed that although buddha bestowed universal compassion and goodwill on people, to this day conflict, hate, hostility and many kinds of discrimination are prevalent in the world. "That is why we need buddha's teaching more and more".

Oh really? Well Your Eminence, the teachings of buddha may give you a warm and fuzzy feeling all over, but they are far from qualifying as "needed". Ummm... isn't it the teachings of Christ as given to us by His Holy Church all we really need?

The good Cardinal went on to say, "we believe that we can solve the problems by following Buddha's compassion and practicing love, which is the fundamental teaching of all religions".

Your Eminence, do you remember a guy by the name of Jesus Christ? Obviously not. It's by the Grace of God (and not the sayings of buddha) that we have the ability to "solve problems", and a little something called The Catholic Church gives us the road map to do such.

For the Love of God, this is basic Catholicism 101 here. And even a Cardinal can't get it right? As we use to say in the Marine Corps... "we're in deep kim-chee" (no pun intended). By the way, if the latter part of the cardinal's last sentence just doesn't scream "convergence", I don't know what does.

Sheesh... with shepherds like Nicholas Cardinal Cheong Jin-suk, who needs wolves?
Anyone Remember What Isaias 5:20 Says? (Part II)
...and the genius of Tolkien still rings true

British Actor Ian McKellen who was launched into mega-stardom playing Gandalf in the Lord of the Rings film in 2001, has used the recognition generated by the film to forward his crusade to promote homosexuality.

Ironically, the genius behind the story which gave McKellen his current pedestal - J.RR.. Tolkien - held that homosexuality was a disorder and was a staunch defender of traditional Catholic teaching on sexual morality, according to experts on the famed writer.

Tolkien, a traditional orthodox Catholic and a daily Mass goer, expressed thoughts on human sexuality most clearly in his personal writings. In Tolkein's letter to his then-21 year old son Michael, he warned that illicit sexuality is one of the prime dangers for souls. "The devil is endlessly ingenious, and sex is his favorite subject," he wrote.

Since his Lord of the Rings fame McKellen has called on other actors to "come out of the closet", has criticized actor Will Smith for his reticence to perform a gay kiss, and insisted that Hollywood is 'homophobic'.
Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!
Petrus Radii to the rescue

I'll readily admit that my Latin is terrible at best. But thanks to Petrus Radii, I now have the correct translation for Catholic Caveman.

Goodbye Catholicam Speluncam Masculum, hello Vir Speluncae Catholicus!

Thanks again, PR!

Thursday, May 04, 2006

Anyone Remember What Isaias 5:20 Says?
The freakshow to the right is considered "normal"?

Warning: Graphic descriptions courtesy of one exceedingly disgusted Caveman

Just to refresh you memories, Isaias 5:20 is the passage that states; Woe to you that call evil good, and good evil: that put darkness for light, and light for darkness: that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter. With that said... on with the madness.

CBS has joined with the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) to run the PSAs to promote acceptance of teen homosexuality.

The PSA will tell viewers that they should take a stand against “discrimination” and “prejudice” faced by homosexuals, bisexuals, and transgendered people (cross-dressers, transsexuals, and homosexual drag queens). The PSA is part of GLAAD’s propaganda campaign called “Be an Ally and a Friend” effort to promote homosexuality, bisexuality and transsexuality as normal sexual behaviors.

I've said it before and I'll say it again... if I'm told that some guy sloshing his penis around in another guy's feces filled colon is normal, then obviously, I'm not the one having trouble defining the word normal.

'Nuff said.

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Vicente Fox, America's Most Wanted
Public Enemy #1?

As most of us already know, El Presidente is about to legalize most drugs in Mexico. Personal amounts of cocaine, heroin, LSD, etc, will all be perfectly legal.

Now let's jump in the ol' wayback machine and go back to the days of Ronnie Reagan. Remember the nation formerly known as the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics? How is it that good old Reagan managed to have that nation collapse without firing a shot? Simple, we broke their backs economically.

SDI, the Strategic Defense Initiative (otherwise popularly known as "Star Wars") cost this nation billions upon billions of dollars. The Democrats collectively defecated themselves. The liberals in Europe screamed how Reagan was 'pushing the USSR' into a corner that would result in war.

The Russians simply couldn't keep up. They pumped billions upon billions of rubles that they sorely needed elsewhere (for things like food) to counter Reagan's Star Wars plan. But try as they may, that rather loud snapping sound was the Russians economic backbone being broke in two.

So what's any of this have to do with Vicente Fox? Quite obviously, Fox intends to break our economic backbone. Maybe not of the entire United States, but at least that of certain states, counties, and cities.

Think about it, whenever the INS or Border Patrol arrest an illegal, that usually is nothing more than a free sack lunch and a bus ride to the border. Ahhh... but not if they just so happen to have cocaine, heroin, LSD, etc on their person. Now it's a trip through that Great Black Hole Of Taxpayers Money better known as the American Judicial System.

I know for a fact that there are law enforcement types who read this blog. Hopefully, one of them can give us the dollar amount for just processing through the legal system someone who's popped with heroin. I feel safe in the assumption that it's in the thousands.

And how much is it per inmate? According to the 1996 Department of Justice, the highest average annual operating cost per State inmate occurred in Minnesota, ($37,800) and the lowest in Alabama ($8,000). Keep in mind, these stats are TEN years old.

El Presidente's no fool. He knows that our judicial system is already on the brink of economic collapse. A million or so illegals added to the mix should work in his favor just fine, thank you very much.

Vicente Fox is more of a threat to American sovereignty than Usama bin-Laden could ever hope to be. I just want to know when he'll be added to the FBI's Top Ten Most Wanted list.

Monday, May 01, 2006

Moslem Cleric Claims US Deaths In Iraq at 40,000
Brought to you by our friends at Al-Jazeera

Some Saudi cleric named Sheik Yerbouti or something like that, has stated on Al-Jazeera TV that American deaths top the 40,000 mark.

His source for this earth shattering information? "...and I've checked it with several of Iraq's religious scholars, who confirmed it". Oh hell, that's good enough for me!

If that wasn't good enough, we have even more from Yerbouti;

"By Allah, a number of Iraqi religious scholars came to me, and said: "We have a problem." What was the problem? They said: There have been so many American casualties that they loaded them on trucks and threw them away in the desert. But because the number of casualties was so high... The Iraqi scholars were asking me for a fatwa. They asked me to issue a fatwa on the following question: "Because there were so many casualties, the Americans began to throw them into the Tigris and the Euphrates. The fish have eaten from the flesh of the American and have gotten fat. Are we permitted to eat these fish or not?" Yes. This is the truth, brothers."

Now here's the scary part... millions of people believe this idiot.
Happy Stay The Hell Away From Me Day
Illegals stay home today

Millions of ILLEGAL aliens all decided to stay home today. No work... no school... no doctor visits. And in doing so, there is the added plus of each and every one of them staying the hell away from me.

That means that today, not one of them cheated by not paying state or federal taxes, not one of them sucked off the taxpayers by sending their kids to school, not one of them sucked off the taxpayers by causing log jams at hospitals and acute care centers.

And none of us had to deal with keeping from running over illegals in traffic as they bolt across the border.

I for one, would like to thank each and every one of them. I hope they enjoyed my so designated Stay The Hell Away From Me Day as much as I did.