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Wishing Rush a speedy recovery

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Conservative icon Rush Limbaugh has been rushed to a hospital in Hawaii suffering from chest pains and reports have him in serious condition. Here's wishing Rush a complete and speedy recovery. My prayers are with him.

I am very dismayed to see some liberals actually chortling over this news. How low can those freaks go? At least one ignorant asshole called it "karma" of all things. Hey you, everybody eventually gets sick. Even you will one day. This has nothing to do with karma. Here is an Internet posting typical of what I'm talking about.

http://www.kitv.com/politics/22094469/detail.html
posted by John, 9:28 PM | link | 0 comments |

Things might be coming to a head in Iran

Could the days of the repressive regime in Iran be numbered? According to an article posted at the Huffington Post, Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, has readied his personal plane for a possible evacuation from Iran to Russia.
Iran Supreme Leader Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Khamenei could flee to Russia should the situation in his country continue to spiral out of control, according to Radio Netherlands.

The media organization reports that the Supreme National Security Council ordered a check-up Sunday of the jet on standby to evacuate Khamenei and his family should the need arise.
I didn't realize that the protests in Iran had gotten to this point. For one thing, with media censorship in Iran, it's hard to get an accurate set of facts on exactly what is going on. But if there is any kernel of truth to this story, then it goes without saying that it is great news.

If the Iranian people could rise up and throw off the yoke of Islamic fundamentalist oppression, what a day that would be. And of course the cause of world peace would have been advanced to a great degree.

Let's hope that in the mean time the deaths among the pro democracy protesters can be kept to a minimum. Sometimes a dying fascist regime such as the one in Iran can get increasingly violent during it's death throes. They might be willing to resort to extreme measures in an effort to survive. So I hope that the people of Iran can become prepared and ready for that dire eventuality.

Probably at this point is it wise for the USA to just stay out of it in order to keep the Iranian regime from acquiring a whipping boy to divert attention from the issues at hand. But if this revolution does succeed, then we need to step in and provide any assistance necessary for the cause of freedom in Iran.

The brave people of Iran should all be in our fervent thoughts and prayers at this crucial time. Godspeed to them.
posted by John, 8:23 AM | link | 0 comments |

MFTBL is back to regular programming

Friday, December 25, 2009

Thank you everyone for making Blue Light Christmas a big success again this year. Now it's back to regular programming playing easy listening hits and standards. If you haven't tuned in yet, click on Musicfromthebluelight.com to try it.

In three days the station will celebrate it's tenth birthday. This makes it one of the longest running radio stations on the Internet. And it couldn't have happened without the support of you the MFTBL listener. Thanks again.
posted by John, 4:33 PM | link | 1 comments |

Thank you Blue Light Christmas listeners!

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Blue Light Christmas has been a big success again this year. As we speak it is the second most listened to non professional station at Live365. We couldn't have done it without you, the listener, so thank you very much. And here is a special thank you to the fifteen people who purchased Live365 Preferred Memberships through my station page this month. Not only do you get access to all Live365 stations all the time, but you have helped out both me and Live365 financially. I really appreciate it. Thank you also for the many kind emails that I have received during the holiday season. I have tried to answer as many as possible, but if I missed yours, please let me take this occasion to acknowledge you.

If you haven't listened yet, it's not too late. Just click here.

I hope that everyone can tune in on Christmas Eve for some very special programming. And please keep tuned in after Christmas for regular programming featuring what I consider the greatest music of all time.

John
http://www.live365.com/stations/john262/
posted by John, 1:03 PM | link | 0 comments |

Good quote

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

This is a great quote from David Latner in the UK Guardian.
It was amusing to read about the Palestinian groups seeking a warrant for alleged war crimes. British soldiers have said that Israel does no more than Britain and its allies are doing in Iraq and Afghanistan – and certainly no worse than the British against the IRA. And, of course, when the Germans bombed Britain in the second world war, killing thousands, the British responded by killing tens of thousands of German civilians. Gosh, why would anyone think Israel is being hypocritically singled out, and that the Palestinian groups are politicising the British court system?
Yes, there is a lot of hypocrisy against Israel going around. Israel has done nothing that the UK itself hasn't done. Where are the indictments against UK politicians? Why are only Israeis being singled out? Could it be anti-Semitism? It makes one wonder.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/dec/16/gaza-israel-livni-legal-action
posted by John, 6:25 PM | link | 0 comments |

Attempt to arrest Tzipi Livni an absolute outrage.

What is this world coming to? If you wage a just war against terrorism, some pointy headed wacko judge will indict you for war crimes, but if you are a group such as Hamas that wages terrorism, you are off the hook. This is an absolute and total outrage.

Israel fury at UK attempt to arrest Tzipi Livni
Israel has reacted angrily to the issuing by a British court of an arrest warrant for the former Israeli Foreign Minister, Tzipi Livni. (snip)

Ms. Livni was foreign minister during Israel's Gaza assault last winter.

It is the first time a UK court has issued a warrant for the arrest of a former Israeli minister.

Ms. Livni said the court had been "abused" by the Palestinian plaintiffs who requested the warrant.

"What needs to be put on trial here is the abuse of the British legal system," she told the BBC.
What is Israel supposed to do? Lie down and play dead? Or are they supposed to leave the only democracy in the Middle East, Israel, and let the terrorists take over?

Lets face it, there are enemies of Israel who what to destroy her. And in the mean time, if they can't do that, they want to embarrass her. And there are too many unwitting so-called judges in Europe who are willing to go along with this charade.

Where are the indictments of the real terrorists, the members of Hamas? The answer is that there are none. Yet the former foreign minister of Israel, who was only trying to protect innocent civilians in her country, had the temerity to fight back and now they want to put her in jail? Give me a break.

You can probably tell the I am livid over this. This whole world seems to be going to hell in a hand basket and there seems to be little we can do about it.

But I know one thing Israel can do. Ignore the pussy-footed left wing judges who are trying to get in the way, and be ready to attack with full force anytime terrorists make the first move. There is only one thing that terrorists understand, and that is force. Israel needs to fight terrorism with everything that she has, and if some in Europe don't like it, then f**k them.
posted by John, 12:20 PM | link | 0 comments |

Dick Cheney - Obama giving aid and comfort to the enemy

Thursday, December 10, 2009

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,579828,00.html

On Fox News last night Sean Hannity had a very good interview with Dick Cheney. When Sean asked the Vice President to comment on the fact that the Obama Administration is planning to try Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in New York City, this was Mr. Cheney's answer.
I think it'll give aid and comfort to the enemy. I think it will make Khalid Sheikh Mohammed something of a hero in certain circles, especially in the radical regions of Islam around the world.

It will put him on the map. He'll be as important or more important than Osama bin Laden. And we will have made it possible. We will have given him that platform, that opportunity, to come here and there is absolutely no need to do that. There's all the precedent in the world for prosecuting him with a military commission at Guantanamo and so forth.
Truer words have not been spoken. Here we have a man who is supposed to be President of the United States giving "aid and comfort to the enemy." Once that terrorist gets lawyered up, they will drag out that trial forever at the expense of the American taxpayer. I'll bet you that Bin Laden and the boys are laughing themselves silly over this.

This sham of a trial will make this murderer into a hero and a celebrity to the Islamic world. We should have disposed of him in a military tribunal held away from US territory, and he should have been executed by now. But instead, he will be getting the red carpet treatment in New York City, the same place where he helped to murder thousands of people.

By the way, isn't treason an impeachable offense? And isn't giving aid and comfort to the enemy the same as treason? Enough said. If Congress were doing it's duty, they would have started impeachment proceeding against Obama by now. But of course we all know that it won't happen because the Democratic leadership in Congress is in on it with Obama.

In 2010 the American people need to throw those bums in Congress out, and in 2012 they need to do the same to Obama. Then we can have a real president again. Perhaps that person will be Dick Cheney himself. A Cheney/Palin ticket would be a Godsend for this country. Let's hope it happens.
posted by John, 1:55 PM | link | 0 comments |

Snow

Monday, December 7, 2009

The view looking out through my garage door.

Well, we have finally got some snow here in Elko. To celebrate the occasion, here is Bing Crosby's version of "Snow" from the classic movie "White Christmas."



Also featured in this video are Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, and Vera-Ellen.

This is what my driveway looked like after I shoveled it.

I admit that by Elko standards it's not that much snow, but it's the first of the season. And we might get more later tonight. (Edited at 5:40 PM PST.)
posted by John, 12:09 PM | link | 1 comments |

The Tiger Woods family Christmas picture

Sunday, December 6, 2009



LOL.
posted by John, 12:17 PM | link | 0 comments |

New blog address

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

I have changed my blog address to http://rpiyu.blogspot.com/. I was getting too much spam at my old Gmail email address, so I had to change it. That meant that I had to change my blog address too. I'm sorry for the inconvenience. Please change your bookmarks. Thanks.
posted by John, 3:36 PM | link | 0 comments |

Obama's war

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

LOL. Now it's his war and the lunatic fringe left is furious at him. I'm loving it. Just go on over to Democratic Underground and you will see what I mean. You might get a few laughs from those lunatics over there.

Barack Obama's war

If you believe that he is going to start pulling out in 2011, I have a bridge to sell you. History has shown that once we get involved in a war like the one in Afghanistan we are there for a long time. Our involvement in Viet Nam started in the 50's and we finally left with our tail between our legs in 1975. Expect a similar outcome here.

Hopefully this will make Obama a one term president and we will get a new president such as Sarah Palin or Dick Cheney who will finally be willing to kick some serious butt.

Obama has shown himself to be a weak sister. All of this BS about no more "torture" has simply emboldened our enemies. And then we have a horrific terrorist attack carried out of our soil by a lone Muslim and Obama doesn't even have the balls to call it terrorism like it really is. It's enough to make you vomit.

As I have said before on this blog, I just hope that by the time we can get Obama out of there in 2012 we will still have a country. It starts with the mid-term elections in 2010 when we need to overturn the Democratic majority in Congress, then we can go from there.

In the mean time we can start working right now looking up to the next elections. The stakes are tremendous. But fortunately Obama tonight made things easier. His left wing is ready to jump ship on him and then the only constituency he will have left is the African American community. And there aren't enough of them to win any national election.

Obama promised "change." I knew that was BS. But now we might be in a position to finally have some real change once we can get rid of him.
posted by John, 6:08 PM | link | 0 comments |