GCPD (Red, White &) Blue: To you, that’s “Gaza City PD – Red, White and Blue,” (a la NYPD Blue) and Det. Jennifer Griffin is on duty! Tonight, I continue highlighting the release of Fox News reporter Steve Centanni and camerman Olaf Wiig, and the heroism of “Det.” Griffin. I’ve said before that Jennifer was my heroine, but today she DEFINITELY earns that title after listening to what she did to help free Steve and Olaf from Palestinian thugs during their captivity.
Jennifer, you are WONDERWOMAN! It is women like Jennifer Griffin who should be role models for young girls; not flakes like Britney Spears or Lindsay Lohan. I know that I would have done the same, but I don’t know if I would have had the patience that she did to “negotiate” with the warlords in the dark back alleys of Gaza City. But for whatever reason God sent you there, I want to thank Him for delivering all of you from Evil.
Watch them from tonight’s H&C: Clip #1 here and clip #2 here.
God bless the U.S.A.!
Today in Salt Lake City, President Bush gave a rousing speech reinforcing the need for our eternal vigilance in this war on terror. Does he say some politically incorrect things? Yes. Does he say some things that will get the Democraps’ boxers in a bunch? Yes. But guess what? He’s the President – It’s his job to make the tough decisions.
We can only pray our next President has the strength to carry the torch of liberty and freedom the way George W. Bush has. And if it’s a Democrat, we’re all screwed. If that’s the case, ladies get out your burkhas; you’ll need them soon.
Here’s a link for the transcript of his speech, and you can watch the entire speech here – part #1 and part #2.
After President Bush’s speech today at the American Legion, and a reference to a blog post earlier by a friend, I was reminded of one of my all-time favorite movie scenes ever. It’s one of the most magnificent, goose-bump making, Reaganesque speeches I’ve heard since we lost Ronnie. I’ve thought a lot about posting it, but today it seems quite proper in light of the situation in which the entire free world finds itself.
Can you guess the movie? Listen to the audio here.
h/t Allah at HotAir
I’d heard this earlier, but hadn’t seen anything on the news about it. Until Neal Cavuto this afternoon.
Ann is brilliant. I know she’s promoting her book a lot, but she is smart; and more importantly, she’s “seen.” Ann is an unmatched one-woman PR machine, and she knows how to do it. And I loved the runner across the screen when Ann was on: “Republicans are afraid to be Conservative.” If the shoe fits, well….
Watch Ann smack Chafee around a bit right here.
Boortz was on H&C tonight, along with Bob Beckel, Juan Williams and Karen Hanretty. Neal, as you’ve discovered so far, is not one to engage vey easily in cross-talk or interrupting arguments. Folks, he’s been doing talk radio for 36 years, so I don’t think he has to give a damn whether or not people know who he is, and he damn sure doesn’t care if he offends them! He refuses to engage in shout-fests, which infuriates most people. That’s one of the reasons why his fans, including myself, love him.
This night’s roundup was fantastic. Granted, Neal didn’t get much of an opportunity to speak, but the times he did speak were priceless and his words were worth the highest $ in value in punditry compared to the others on tonight’s show. The looks on his face are so very telling to those listeners and readers who know him, his mannerism, and his body language, that he didn’t really have to say anything. His home base is Atlanta, he’s syndicated all over the world, but still a lot of people don’t know who he is.
Does the FairTax sound familiar? Thank Neal, as well as GA Rep. John Linder.