Saturday, April 22, 2006

Headline Update 4-22-06

DONKEY CONS Headline UpdateTM is brought to you today, as usual, by Tonto, Tarzan and Frankenstein:

PEACH: Ga. Dems get dirty
PEACH: Ga. Dem goes GOP
MARYLAND: Dem quits
JOEL: Unlicensed marriage
SATAN: Democrat leaker
LEAKER: Berger buddy (h/t Wild Thing)
HOROWITZ: Palestinian killers
SHALIT: Stupid girls
SURBER: Drops Malkin
RIEHL: Ditto?
QUINTON: S.C. Sex toy ban
QUINTON: NAACP complains

-- McCAIN

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Friday, April 21, 2006

Mr. Ethics steps down

Rep. Al Mollohan (D-W.Va.) steps down as ranking Democrat on the House Ethics Committee:
“I have reluctantly concluded that the interests of both the [ethics] committee and my constituents would best be served by my temporarily stepping aside as ranking member while I deal with this attack,” the West Virginian wrote to House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) Friday.
Pelosi accepted his request in a press release, praising his work and calling the attacks “an attempt to deflect attention from the long list of Republican criminal investigations, indictments, plea agreements, and resignations.”
Still, it was Pelosi who placed a telephone call to Mollohan Friday morning to ask for his temporary resignation, a Democratic source said. ...
The editorial boards of the Washington Post, and the New York Times, as well as the liberal-leaning watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington have all weighed in against him. The National Republican Congressional Committee last week began sponsoring automated calls in four Democratic districts urging constituents to demand that their congressman ask for Mollohan’s resignation.
Mollohan remained defiant in his letter to Pelosi. He called the allegations “meritless,” “frivolous” and “a concerted, politically motivated attack on my ethics.”
Right. A partisan witch hunt for the West Virginia Beach Boy. (Here's more from Don Surber.) This kind of thing was predictable. As soon as Pelosi seized on the "culture of corruption" sound bite, it was fated that Democrats would start falling like dominoes.

PREVIOUSLY: Ethics? Democrats? Hello?

-- McCAIN

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Live! From Georgia!

Friday night, I'm in the offices of the Rome (Ga.) News-Tribune, where I worked 1991-97. So great to be back in Real America, where the biggest concern is whether Miss Georgia USA -- a local girl named Lisa Wilson -- is going to win the Miss USA pageant. Miss Wilson is a Floyd College business major who was certainly impressive in the swimsuit competition. She made the top 10 -- yea!

--McCAIN

Ralph Reed hits another iceberg

Now the Wall Street Journal notices that the SS Reed is taking on water:
Ralph Reed, White House confidant and an architect of the Religious Right movement, was favored to win the nomination in the Georgia lieutenant governor's race when the 2006 campaign season began.
But his work with Jack Abramoff, the former lobbyist who has admitted to trying to bribe lawmakers, is becoming a drag on Mr. Reed's first bid for public office.
Several surveys show Mr. Reed still holding a narrow lead, but with high unfavorable ratings and many voters undecided. While the Abramoff scandal has affected other campaigns, such as the re-election bid of Montana Republican Sen. Conrad Burns, the Georgia race appears the most competitive. So Mr. Reed's dilemma raises the question: Will Mr. Reed, a star of the national Republican Party, become the first campaign casualty of the Abramoff scandal when he squares off with state Sen. Casey Cagle in the July 18 primary?
In a word, yes. You can stick a fork in Reed -- he's done. If Cagle doesn't beat him in the GOP primary, Reed will lose in November -- and may take down Republican Gov. Sonny Perdue with him. Georgia Republicans are starting to realize that Reed is a sure loser, something that I've tried to point out for weeks. (See also here.)

If Jack Abramoff had been a lobbyist for defense contractors or Big Oil, no problem. But it was gambling, see? Christian conservatives in Georgia hate gambling, and those people were Reed's original base. So the thing that once made Reed such a formidable candidate in Georgia -- namely, his name-recognition with Christian conservatives -- has now come back to haunt him. Because those people now see Reed as a two-faced weasel.

Reed has tried to switch his campaign over to get support from the Chamber of Commerce crowd, but it doesn't matter how much money he gets from the country clubbers, he can't win the GOP primary without the evangelicals, and the evangelicals now despise Reed as a sort of political Elmer Gantry -- a fraud and a charlatan. The WSJ explains:
But other Republicans once close to Mr. Reed aren't satisfied with his explanation of his role in Mr. Abramoff's work. Maurice Atkinson, a Christian Coalition activist, quit the Reed campaign after the scandal became public and signed up with Mr. Cagle. "Nobody likes to be a hypocrite and nobody likes to follow a hypocrite," he says.

Erosion of support from religious activists could signal trouble for Mr. Reed as he heads into the primary's home stretch.
This Wall Street Journal piece might be the kiss of death for the Reed campaign. As I said of Reed weeks ago:
He's the political equivalent of a sucking chest wound, draining the life's blood of politics from the Georgia GOP. Every dime contributed to Reed's campaign is worse than wasted, because those donations allow Reed to keep embarrassing the Republican Party.

By cluing in the national big-money boys about Reed's irremediable political problem, the WSJ article will help staunch the bleeding. Reed's been able to out-raise Cagle only because of Georgia's law that prohibits members of the General Assembly from fund-raising while the legislature's in session. So Cagle's still playing catch-up, money-wise, but the party regulars know he's a winner:

A majority of elected officials in the Georgia Legislature and hundreds of county commissioners and sheriffs have endorsed Mr. Cagle. Here in Hamilton, state Rep. Vance Smith Jr., the governor's House floor leader, held a reception for him. "I don't know Ralph that well. I've met him," Mr. Smith says. "But Casey has been on the front lines."
Like I said: Mene, mene, tekel upharsin.

-- McCAIN

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A rough measure

Apparently I wasn't the first one to come up with this idea -- that's 489 hits as of today -- the Carpetbagger Report beat me to it. But it's really getting hotter -- here, here, and here, for example.

When a single issue, almost overnight, turns a 60-ish business reporter into the cable-news equivalent of a rock star, you would think politicians might get the hint.

The Left has, also overnight, discovered a deep hatred of Lou Dobbs, claiming that he's demagoguing the immigration issue. But I think Dobbs is following, rather than leading, public sentiment. The people are clearly at boiling-point over illegal immigration.

I've been doing a ton of local talk-radio appearances to promote DONKEY CONS in the past three weeks. As a guest, I call into a show's producer, then I'm put on hold while I wait to go on-air. Generally, that means I'm on the phone listening to the last few minutes of the previous segment. Over and over, I hear hosts taking calls from listeners who are angry and fed up with what they see as a border situation that's completely out of control. This is a genuine popular phenomenon.

So if the Left wants to focus its hate on Lou Dobbs, they're wasting their time. It's the American people who are driving this issue. In a democratic form of government, it's never a smart political move to be against the people.

-- McCAIN

Thursday, April 20, 2006

Our extremist friend

The shadowy network of "links and ties" expands still further as our old friend, Bert Spence, argues for a radical agenda: FREEDOM!

The liberals will never forgive Mr. Spence for his extremist response to the immigration problem. Hasta la vista to that judicial nomination, Bork ... uh, I mean, Bert.

But I figure I might still be in the running for U.S. ambassador to Jamaica, so I have tried to maintain my moderate reputation by proposing a bipartisan compromise solution to the immigration problem.

-- McCAIN

More immigration humor
at DONKEY CONS:

4/20: Howard Dean's screaming en Espanol
4/14: Ted's driving the immigration 'compromise'
4/7: Ralph Reed's flip-flop on amnesty


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El Doctor Loco Burro

Transparent political pandering, anyone? Wednesday, Howard Dean decided to scream about immigration:
Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean yesterday called border security his party's top immigration priority for November.
"The first thing we want is tough border control," he said. "We have to do a much better job on our borders than George Bush has done. And then we can go to the policy disagreements about how to get it done." ...

Mr. Dean said his party will make immigration an issue as part of its strategy to "nationalize" the fall elections and is opening a television advertising campaign -- beginning with Spanish-language pitches on radio stations in three Southwestern states -- that puts tougher border enforcement first.
Hmmm. So Howard Dean will be doing a Lou Dobbs imitation en Espanol? I think not. If Democrats were honest -- this is a hypothetical, OK? -- the DNC Spanish-language ads on "border enforcement" would say something like this:
¡Hola, votantes
Democráticos futuros!
Confíenos en.
Somos sus amigos.
Porque no tenemos nada como una agenda que gana para Noviembre, la versión inglesa será llena de mentiras, diciendo a los votantes estúpidos de Yanqui que vamos a hacer algo parar la inmigración ilegal. Si usted entiende bastante inglés para ser ofendido por eso ads Democrático, apenas recuerde: Los Demócratas han estado mintiendo a Yanquis estúpido por más de 200 años. ¡Pero nunca mentiríamos a usted! Confíenos en. Somos sus amigos.
Or something to that effect. Please excuse the Babelfish translation.

¿Uno mas cerveza, por favor, señorita?

-- McCAIN

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Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Hillary Clinton: Amnesiac

There's been a new development in the story of how Hillary Clinton, Democratic leading light and presidential hopeful, in 2000 accepted $1.2 million from a two-time ex-felon, then lied about it to the Federal Election Commission.

Or, should we say, there's been a new iteration of an old development?

Mrs. Clinton recently provided Americans with the latest example of business-as-usual in Clinton-Land, a fresh specimen of what we could expect under a second President Clinton: A chronic amnesiac in the White House.

On April 7, she executed a declaration in Paul v. Clinton, et al, in which she reprised the classic Clintonian Amnesiac Defense.

First, in case you thought the ex-First Lady had changed her stripes when she changed offices, let me catch you up on the case. As we reported in Donkey Cons: Sex, Crime and Corruption in the Democratic Party:

- Senator Hillary Clinton in 2000 accepted $1.2 million in in-kind contributions from Peter Paul, a two-time ex-felon and a top executive at Stan Lee Media, whose namesake is creator of the Spider Man franchise. You can read the documentation here.

- In a lawsuit filed in L.A. Superior Court, Paul claimed he made the donation in return for a promise that Bill Clinton would become Stan Lee's spokesman after leaving the White House.

- Paul claimed the Clintons broke that promise and promptly sued them both for civil conspiracy and fraud. Paul also alleged that he could not properly claim his campaign donations because Hillary Clinton did not report more than $721,000 of his largess to the FEC -- and that she continued to file false FEC reports even after he sent her letters citing the omission.

- In December 2005, the FEC agreed with Paul about Mrs. Clinton's failure to report the $721,000 and change.

Here's the new stuff: Earlier this month, the Clinton's stable boy, attorney David Kendall, successfully cleaned up yet another pile of Clinton road apples, convincing the judge to let Mrs. Clinton out of the case. But before Mr. Kendall learned that the judge had already ruled, he submitted into evidence a revealing declaration, a document of just a few hundred words in which the junior senator from New York showcased again the bizarre Clintonian pathology of a person who can't remember a damn thing and yet wants to lead the free world.

A few examples of poor Mrs. Clinton's malady:

"I do not remember..."

"I have no recollection whatsoever..."

"I do not recall..."

"I have no memory..."

"I also have no recollection..."

Mrs. Clinton's declaration statements bear an astonishing resemblance to others she and Bill have made over the years (she being the first First Lady to come under criminal investigation and he having been the first president to establish his own legal defense fund.) (Remember: As we explain in Donkey Cons, the trouble with the Democratic Party is that they know all this and yet are willing, once again, to hand over the reins of the nation to a pair of scandal-plagued amnesiacs.)

Over at the Progressive Review, some folks honest enough to admit that liberals had, in the Clintons, picked a pair of lemons, took the trouble to tally the Clinton administration's use of the Amnesiac Defense. Here's the number of times people who testified in various Clinton scandals said "I don't recall" or something similar:

  • Bill Kennedy ............... 116
  • Harold Ickes ............... 148
  • Ricki Seidman ............ 160
  • Bruce Lindsey ............ 161
  • Bill Burton ................. 191
  • Mark Gearan ............. 221
  • Mack McLarty ........... 233
  • Neil Egglseston ......... 250
  • Hillary Clinton ......... 250
  • John Podesta ............ 264
  • Jennifer O'Connor .... 343
  • Dwight Holton ........ 348
  • Patsy Thomasson .... 420
  • Jeff Eller ................ 697

The Progressive Review also reprises a Washington Times count of all the creative ways Bill Clinton claimed he couldn't remember during his Paula Jones deposition. You can read that here.

Meanwhile, I'm going to wind this up with my personal favorite from Mrs. Clinton's April 7, 2006, declaration:

"I do not believe that I made any such statements because I believe I would remember such a discussion if it had occurred..."

So she can't remember, recall, or recollect anything that happened, but believes that something didn't happen because if it had she would have remembered it?

You can't make this stuff up.

-- VINCENT

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Tuesday, April 18, 2006

News & updates

1. On the McKinney front, Rob Redding has a source telling him that "an officer, who says Rep. Cynthia McKinney assaulted him, knew who she was, and claims the incident has caused infighting among U.S. Capitol Police." This source "close to the ongoing grand jury investigation of the March 29 scuffle" identified the policeman as third-year officer Paul McKenna. The Atlanta paper has more. (H/T Malkin.) As I said before, there is reportedly video of the incident, and if so, the truth will out. Let's be patient. I've been following McKinney's career since 1991; I predicted her meltdown; and recently became the first right-wing blogger to stop hating her. McCain, McKenna, McKinney -- sounds like roll-call in homeroom, doesn't it? (Hey, Boortz: Call Max!)

2. The Duke rape case: What's up with cable news producers appointing themselves judge and jury with any legal case that strikes their fancy? The indictment's been issued, the accused will have their day in court, justice will be done. I've heard this incident kicked back and forth since Day One, as if it involved a matter of profound national importance. Wrong. It's a local cops-and-courts story, and if it wasn't for the race angle, the TV talkers wouldn't even notice. Here's my question: Since when can "student-athletes" hire strippers for a campus party without risking expulsion? We've gone from in loco parentis to in parentis loco, which means, parents got to be crazy to pay $40,000 a year to send their kids to Duke. Anway ... TV producers won't be happy until we're watching live coverage of the Great Raleigh Race Riot of 2006. Guess that would be more interesting than Katie's colonoscopy ...

3. UPDATE:
Ann Coulter weighs in on the Duke rape case:

However the Duke lacrosse rape case turns out, one lesson that absolutely will not be learned is this: You can severely reduce your chances of having a false accusation of rape leveled against you if you don't hire strange women to come to your house and take their clothes off for money.

Also, you can severely reduce your chances of being raped if you do not go to strange men's houses and take your clothes off for money. ...

And if you are a girl in Aruba or New York City, among the best ways to avoid being the victim of a horrible crime is to not get drunk in public or go off in a car with men you just met. ...

Yes, of course no one "deserves" to die for a mistake. Or to be raped or falsely accused of rape for a mistake. I have always been unabashedly anti-murder, anti-rape and anti-false accusation – and I don't care who knows about it!

Ann will, of course, be demonized for "blaming the victim," but ... is Coulter slipping in her old age? I mean: a whole column about booze, rape, dead girls ... and not a word about Ted Kennedy? I'm disappointed!

4.
Nancy French sent me a manuscript of her forthcoming book and -- wow! Imagine, a distaff reincarnation of Lewis Grizzard, married to the only future U.S. Supreme Court justice ever to be mistaken for David Lee Roth. I swear, y'all, this is going to be a huge success -- and if Reese Witherspoon hasn't bought the movie rights yet, she better start calling Paris, Tenn., pretty soon.

5. Huge boost today with David Thomson of Houston, Texas -- an Amazon Top 500 reviewer --- praising Donkey Cons:
I observed first hand, as a former Model Cities elected official, how the Democratic Party brought Detroit, Michigan down to its knees. This section of Donkey Cons is alone worth the price. Buy a copy. Better yet, you should also purchase a few copies for your friends.
Thanks, David! Chapter 8, about the Democratic corruption and disastrous urban policies that have brought such misery to America's inner cities, borrows its central idea from Fred Siegel's excellent The Future Once Happened Here. Siegel focused on L.A., N.Y., and D.C. What we did was to take a bit from Tamar Jacoby's Someone Else's House, plus history from a wide variety of other sources, to bring a Siegel-inspired focus on Detroit. As we say in the book, the destruction of urban America was perhaps the cruelest crime ever committed by Democrats, since those hurt worst were among the party's most loyal supporters.

6. I've started getting e-mail from some folks down home I haven't seen in 20 or 25 years, including a brunette beauty I had a crush on back in elementary school. Gina wrote:
Well, I wish I had known about the crush! because I had one on you too and was too shy to tell you.
LOL! Of course, I married the most beautiful woman in the world, but it's still fun to learn these things, oh ... 30 years too late.

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Special note to the home folks

Danny, Brooks & Kirby have got the plan, and y'all need to get everybody together. That includes not just the family, but Terry (drums), Jerry (bass), lead guitarist Jim and his sister (Tell Kirby to ask Brooks, or vice-versa). Also, Blump, Aztec, Keeter, Umphrey, Wendell & Wylette, Wylette's brother and mom, Carol Purdy, Kathy McD. and her sister Susan, and to the Vicks: If you ain't there, you'll break my heart. Joe Andre? Does anyone know if Mrs. Hansard is still among the living? (She always said I was trouble ... and she was right.) Kirby, you remember who played Mammy Yokum to my Pappy. And my goodness, now that I think of it, how about a couple or three of the Boykin girls? Some of the Paxton boys? Sally Adams? Steve Moore? George Hall? Lori Shipp? The Gardin girls? Everybody -- invite everybody.

The weird turn pro: I just got off the phone with my old Delta buddy, Delaware, whose number I got from the wife of the mayor of Normandy, Tenn. A road trip may be in the works.

-- McCAIN

She fed me lunch

You know, it's probably a huge violation of Journalism Ethics when an interview runs long, and you get hungry, so you ask the subject of your interview if you can stay for lunch. But she was perfectly gracious, and we had soup and sandwiches on the back deck, overlooking the lake.

She seemed quite nice, so gracious as not even to comment on my bad manners (and lack of Journalism Ethics). And now, to my horror, I discover that she's the WORLD'S WORST PERSON!

Yes, worse even than Ann Coulter, David Horowitz, Rush Limbaugh and Bill Bennett!
Worse than ... me?

No, no, Keith: This is the Internet and we can etc., and Michelle couldn't POSSIBLY be worse than me!

-- McCAIN

UPDATE: You've just got to love the Left's heroic fight against racism.

UPDATE 2: The heroic fight continues (CRUDE LANGUAGE WARNING). Dear Moonbats, however much you disagree with the lady, does it not occur to you that such vile racial epithets and sexual crudities are, at a minimum, self-defeating? It is possible -- but perhaps more difficult, especially when your minds are filled with "strong delusion" (2 Thess. 2:11) -- to make actual arguments, to adduce evidence and structure syllogisms, to advance your own viewpoints. How do you accuse someone of being "facist[cq], hate spewing, disgraceful etc." and then turn around and say ... such things? Is this intensity of cognitive dissonance not painful? But she will fear not.

I wonder if perhaps the DC Freepers might consider organizing a candlelight vigil at Malkins' to show their support. Suggested signs:
"Stop the Hate!"
"Fight Misogyny!"
"Buy Donkey Cons!"


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The Capitol Hill speech (YAF/BookTV)

Jeff Quinton has the text & photos, with links to audio by St. John Climacus.

In the bottom photo at Jeff's (L-R) our adopted daughter* Karen, with 3-year-old Reagan in her lap; my wife Lou Ann; me; James (w/mohawk); Bob; Jefferson; and Emerson.

Our oldest daughter, Kennedy, couldn't make it to the Capitol Hill event because she didn't want to miss physics. (She wants to bring her physics grade up to an A, so she can graduate with honors.)

-- McCAIN, Prov. 22:29

*NOTE:
Karen is our daughter's classmate, and works with my wife, and "adopted" our family. A long story. So many things in my life seem to be long stories. Ah, the evils of the Age of Soundbites!


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Monday, April 17, 2006

Segregation alert!

Believe it or not, there is a place where they still have racial segregation in sports leagues.

Mississippi? Alabama?

Uh ... no. Believe it or not.

Heh.

-- McCAIN

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Chicago scandal keeps on truckin'

Where would any account of Democratic scandal be without Chicago? Sweet home Chicago, land of the "Hired Truck" scandal, so huge it's got its own Web site. God bless the Daley family, a legacy of corruption that never ends:

Robert Ricciarelli, guilty

Mark Gyrion, suing

Daley: Scandal? What scandal?

Daley: Integrity? What intergrity?

Hey, I've got an idea! Let's put Rahm "Hired Truck" Emanuel in charge of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, then accuse the Republicans of a "culture of corrruption"!

Nancy Pelosi: Political genius ...

Previous CHICAGO SCANDAL reports

3/22: Resurrection Day for Chicago Dems
3/21: Chicago Corruption Hall of Fame
3/21: "Hired Truck" update
2/18: Hire 'em all!
2/4: Rahm's "Culture of Corruption"

-- McCAIN

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Sunday, April 16, 2006

About the authors

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