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Friday, March 28, 2008

A Question of Judgment

Misspoke--- to speak, utter, or pronounce incorrectly.

Lie--- a false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.

"I remember landing under sniper fire. There was supposed to be some kind of a greeting ceremony at the airport, but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into the vehicles to get to our base."--Hillary Clinton, speech at George Washington University, March 17, 2008.

(What actually took place)

We all know the Clinton's are liars. Lying to them comes as naturally as breathing. The thing you really have to question is their judgment and how stupid they think the American people are, particularly the Democrats. This sniper incident clearly shows her lack of judgment and what little respect she has for the average American's intelligence. I mean, when she was the First Lady and made a public appearance, either here or abroad, she knew the media would be there to document the event. The entertainer Sinbad was with her and discounted everything she said. (she dismissed Sinbad by saying "he's a comedian") Did she think she could get away with it? Are Americans that stupid? Where was her judgment? Or maybe she thought.... if I get caught I'll just say I misspoke.

Her husband without question is even a bigger liar then she is. His judgment is also sadly lacking. Did he honestly think as President of the United States he is going to get a blowjob from a twenty something intern and she's not going to blab about it all over town?

Barrack Obama is trying to tell us he sat in the pew for 20 years and never heard any of Rev Wrights diatribes. Here again, glaring out like a sore thumb, a complete lack of judgment an utter contempt for America's intelligence.

These two are not qualified to be the Mayor of Elbow Grease, West Virginia. Let alone President of the United States!


Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Sniper Fire

The actual photo of Hillary being attacked

I really think the Democrats are about to implode. Another lie. Hillary claims she arrives in Bosnia (1996) under sniper fire and had to run and duck to get to her motorcade. Naturally the video surfaced showing her and Chelsea arriving, walking normally, shaking hands, and receiving flowers from a eight year old girl. Her campaign manager said she "misspoke".

This reminds me of the time when I was on Apollo 11. As Neil Armstrong started to walk down the ladder to the surface of the moon, I tapped him on the shoulder and said, "read this note I wrote for you". When he got to the bottom he placed his left foot on the surface of the moon, opened the note and said. "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind".........Did I say that? I'm sorry. I misspoke.

How, or maybe I should say why, do Democrats fall for this shit?


Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Michelle Obama

Now I know why Michelle Obama said "For the first time in my life I feel proud to be an American."

After listening to Rev. Wright's shit for 20 years she woke up one morning and must have thought.....gee... my husband is Black and has a very good shot at becoming the next president of the United States...... Maybe America is not so bad after all.


This kills me...fodder for SNL

I especially like the last paragraph.

ALBANY, N.Y. — The state's new governor revealed Tuesday that he had affairs with several women, including a state employee. The confession came a day after he took over from former Gov. Eliot Spitzer, who was driven from office amid a prostitution scandal.

Gov. David Paterson said the affairs happened during a rough patch in his marriage, and that the employee did not work for him. He insisted he did not advance her career, and that no campaign or state money was spent on the affairs.

"I do not feel I have broken my commitment to the citizens of New York state," Paterson said at a news conference with his wife, Michelle Paige Paterson.

Paterson, a Harlem Democrat, admitted an affair in an interview with the New York Daily News on Monday after he was sworn in, but his comments Tuesday indicate the couple's fidelity problems went deeper than he first acknowledged. He is not having an affair now, he said.

The Patersons said they both had affairs during a time when their marriage was headed toward divorce. But they admitted the infidelity, sought counseling and have built a stronger marriage and family.

"We dealt with it as a family," his wife said. "A marriage has peaks and valleys ... no marriage is perfect."

"I think we have a marriage like many Americans, maybe even like many of you," the governor told reporters. "Elected officials are really just reflections of the people we represent."

Paterson said the affairs took place since about 1999, and one extended into his term as Senate minority leader, which began in 2002. He said he didn't reveal the affairs during his time as a senator, Senate minority leader or lieutenant governor because no one had asked him and he came forward because he didn't want the rumors to cloud his governorship.

"I didn't want to be blackmailed," he said.

Paterson, who is legally blind and the state's first black governor, ascended to office after Spitzer's resignation last week amid allegations he hired a high-priced prostitute from an escort service. Federal prosecutors are still deciding whether to pursue charges against Spitzer, a Democrat who was elected in 2006 with a historic share of the vote.

Assembly Democratic Speaker Sheldon Silver, a Democrat, said Tuesday he doesn't believe Paterson was weakened by the disclosure.

"This Albany press corps was in a feeding frenzy, looking for anything they could do to find it," Silver said. "And basically what David Paterson did was say, 'Stop bothering people. Here's the story. And that's it."'

Republican Senate Majority Leader Joseph Bruno, who is next in the line of succession to the governor's office should something happen to Paterson, said Paterson's personal life is Paterson's business only as long as it doesn't interfere with how he governs.


Monday, March 17, 2008

What's good for the goose.....

Clinton, Obama's rival for the Democratic presidential nomination, and her husband, former President Clinton, have suggested a joint Clinton-Obama ticket -- with Obama in the second slot.

President Clinton Saturday suggested a Clinton-Obama ticket would be "unstoppable."

"He would win the urban areas and the upscale voters. She would win the rural areas that we lost when President Reagan was president," he said while campaigning in Pass Christian, Mississippi. "If you put those two things together, you'd have an almost unstoppable force."

This was Obama's response:

"With all due respect. I won twice as many states as Sen. Clinton. I've won more of the popular vote than Sen. Clinton. I have more delegates than Sen. Clinton. So, I don't know how somebody who's in second place is offering vice presidency to the person who's in first place."

If I was in the audience I would raise my hand and say this:

"Using the same analogy Senator Obama now that we are winning in Iraq, and the surge is working, why would we now leave Iraq, as you propose, while we are in first place and capitulate to the secondary Iraqi insurgents?"


Saturday, March 15, 2008

The Audacity of Deception
This is the biggest crock of shit I have ever heard in my life. This is a recent statement by Obama about the dirty bastard Jeremiah Wright, his Minister:

"Let me say at the outset that I vehemently disagree and strongly condemn the statements that have been the subject of this controversy," he said in the statement. "I categorically denounce any statement that disparages our great country or serves to divide us from our allies. I also believe that words that degrade individuals have no place in our public dialogue, whether it's on the campaign stump or in the pulpit. In sum, I reject outright the statements by Rev. Wright that are at issue."

Lets analyze a small sample of some of Jeremiah Wright Sermons:

Jeremiah Wright has said that our government infected Blacks with HIV!

Jeremiah Wright has said that our government gave drugs to Blacks so they could put them in jail!

Jeremiah Wright has said that our government was responsible for 911! (This was only 5 days after the attack)

Jeremiah Wright has said "God Damn America" three times in one sermon!

Jeremiah Wright is a follower of Louis Farrakhan!

This is the guy that baptized Obama's kids!

This is the guy who married Obama!

This is who Obama titled his book The Audacity of Hope after. A sermon, by the same title, was given by Jeremiah Wright!

This is the guy that Obama has sat in the pews and listened to for 20 years. That's right .......20 fucking years !

You mean to tell me you are going to attend this church for 20 years and listen to him spew this shit then say that you " reject outright the statements by Rev. Wright that are at issue."

Lets say Obama is not a Senator. He is a assistant manager at Wal-Mart and wife is a clerk at Circle K. Would he now denounce what is minister said? I think not.

Obama you are either a liar or a fool. In your case. You are both. Because you are a fool if you think for one second I believe your lies. I am not a Obama Zombie. A Zombie transfixed in the thought of hope and change controled by you the snake charmer. I will not walk in lock step off the cliff with you and your followers.

: Personally... I think you might have been better off having us believe you are a Muslim!


Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Spitzer caught with his pants down

Spitzer gets caught and the market goes up 416 pts. The biggest gain in 5 years.

What is with these women? (Spitzer's wife). I mean, your husband has had sex with a whore at $5,000 an hour ( this isn't the first time ) and she is standing next to him in complete support. Wait a minute (I think I here someone singing) is that Tammy Wynette no it's Hillary....Stand by your man........

I wonder if he is going to get as much jail time as he gave Martha?


'Hero of Chappaquiddick'

The 'Hero of Chappaquiddick' speaks on why he supports amnesty for those sneaking across the Rio Grande. This just may be the quote of the century!!!


Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Angry White Man

There is a great amount of interest in this year's presidential elections, as everybody seems to recognize that our next president has to be a lot better than George Bush. The Democrats are riding high with two groundbreaking candidates — a woman and an African-American — while the conservative Republicans are in a quandary about their party's nod to a quasi-liberal maverick, John McCain.

Each candidate is carefully pandering to a smorgasbord of special-interest groups, ranging from gay, lesbian and transgender people to children of illegal immigrants to working mothers to evangelical Christians.

There is one group no one has recognized, and it is the group that will decide the election: the Angry White Man. The Angry White Man comes from all economic backgrounds, from dirt-poor to filthy rich. He represents all geographic areas in America, from urban sophisticate to rural redneck, deep South to mountain West, left Coast to Eastern Seaboard.

His common traits are that he isn't looking for anything from anyone — just the promise to be able to make his own way on a level playing field. In many cases, he is an independent businessman and employs several people. He pays more than his share of taxes and works hard.

The victimhood syndrome buzzwords — "disenfranchised," "marginalized" and "voiceless" — don't resonate with him. "Press 'one' for English" is a curse-word to him. He's used to picking up the tab, whether it's the company Christmas party, three sets of braces, three college educations or a beautiful wedding.

He believes the Constitution is to be interpreted literally, not as a "living document" open to the whims and vagaries of a panel of judges who have never worked an honest day in their lives.

The Angry White Man owns firearms, and he's willing to pick up a gun to defend his home and his country. He is willing to lay down his life to defend the freedom and safety of others, and the thought of killing someone who needs killing really doesn't bother him.

The Angry White Man is not a metrosexual, a homosexual or a victim. Nobody like him drowned in Hurricane Katrina — he got his people together and got the hell out, then went back in to rescue those too helpless and stupid to help themselves, often as a police officer, a National Guard soldier or a volunteer firefighter.

His last name and religion don't matter. His background might be Italian, English, Polish, German, Slavic, Irish, or Russian, and he might have Cherokee, Mexican, or Puerto Rican mixed in, but he considers himself a white American.

He's a man's man, the kind of guy who likes to play poker, watch football, hunt white-tailed deer, call turkeys, play golf, spend a few bucks at a strip club once in a blue moon, change his own oil and build things. He coaches baseball, soccer and football teams and doesn't ask for a penny. He's the kind of guy who can put an addition on his house with a couple of friends, drill an oil well, weld a new bumper for his truck, design a factory and publish books. He can fill a train with 100,000 tons of coal and get it to the power plant on time so that you keep the lights on and never know what it took to flip that light switch.

Women either love him or hate him, but they know he's a man, not a dishrag. If they're looking for someone to walk all over, they've got the wrong guy. He stands up straight, opens doors for women and says "Yes, sir" and "No, ma'am."

He might be a Republican and he might be a Democrat; he might be a Libertarian or a Green. He knows that his wife is more emotional than rational, and he guides the family in a rational manner.

He's not a racist, but he is annoyed and disappointed when people of certain backgrounds exhibit behavior that typifies the worst stereotypes of their race. He's willing to give everybody a fair chance if they work hard, play by the rules and learn English.

Most important, the Angry White Man is pissed off. When his job site becomes flooded with illegal workers who don't pay taxes and his wages drop like a stone, he gets righteously angry. When his job gets shipped overseas, and he has to speak to some incomprehensible idiot in India for tech support, he simmers. When Al Sharpton comes on TV, leading some rally for reparations for slavery or some such nonsense, he bites his tongue and he remembers. When a child gets charged with carrying a concealed weapon for mistakenly bringing a penknife to school, he takes note of who the local idiots are in education and law enforcement.

He also votes, and the Angry White Man loathes Hillary Clinton. Her voice reminds him of a shovel scraping a rock. He recoils at the mere sight of her on television. Her very image disgusts him, and he cannot fathom why anyone would want her as their leader. It's not that she is a woman. It's that she is who she is. It's the liberal victim groups she panders to, the "poor me" attitude that she represents, her inability to give a straight answer to an honest question, his tax dollars that she wants to give to people who refuse to do anything for themselves.

There are many millions of Angry White Men. Four million Angry White Men are members of the National Rifle Association, and all of them will vote against Hillary Clinton, just as the great majority of them voted for George Bush.

He hopes that she will be the Democratic nominee for president in 2008, and he will make sure that she gets beaten like a drum.

Monday, March 3, 2008

Fonda look alike

Hillary Supporter Gloria Steinem Slams John McCain's Military Service

March 2, 2008

Feminist icon Gloria Steinem took to the stump on Hillary Clinton's behalf here last night and quickly proved that she has lost none of her taste for provocation.

From the stage, the 73-year-old seemed to denigrate the importance of John McCain's time as a prisoner of war in Vietnam. In an interview with the Observer afterward, she suggested that Barack Obama benefits—and Clinton suffers—because Americans view racism more seriously than sexism.

Steinem also told the crowd that one reason to back Clinton was because "she actually enjoys conflict."

And she claimed that if Clinton's experience as First Lady were taken seriously in relation to her White House bid, people might "finally admit that, say, being a secretary is the best way to learn your boss's job and take it over."

Steinem raised McCain's Vietnam imprisonment as she sought to highlight an alleged gender-based media bias against Clinton.

"Suppose John McCain had been Joan McCain and Joan McCain had got captured, shot down and been a POW for eight years. [The media would ask], 'What did you do wrong to get captured? What terrible things did you do while you were there as a captive for eight years?'" Steinem said, to laughter from the audience.

McCain was, in fact, a prisoner of war for around five-and-a-half years, during which time he was tortured repeatedly. Referring to his time in captivity, Steinem said with bewilderment, "I mean, hello? This is supposed to be a qualification to be president? I don't think so."

Steinem's broader argument was that the media and the political world are too admiring of militarism in all its guises.

"I am so grateful that she [Clinton] hasn't been trained to kill anybody. And she probably didn't even play war games as a kid. It's a great relief from Bush in his jump suit and from Kerry saluting."

To the Observer, Steinem insisted that "from George Washington to Jack Kennedy and PT-109 we have behaved as if killing people is a qualification for ruling people."

Other Clinton proxies, notably Black Entertainment Television founder Bob Johnson and a New Hampshire campaign chair, Billy Shaheen, have generated controversies with their criticisms of Obama. By contrast, Steinem told me the Illinois senator was "an intelligent, well-intentioned person." She added: "I would like very much to see him be president for eight years after Hillary has been president for eight years."

But she also opined that "a majority of Americans want redemption for racism, for our terrible destructive racist past and so see a vote for Obama as redemptive." Then, using a term for the mass killing of women, she added, "I don't think as many want redemption for the gynocide."

"They acknowledge racism—not enough, but somewhat," Steinem continued. "They would probably be less likely to acknowledge that the most likely way a pregnant woman is to die is murder from her male partner. There are six million female lives lost in the world every year simply because they are female."

Steinem has been a Clinton supporter for several years—even though, as she reminded me, she protested against Bill Clinton's welfare reforms outside the White House. Her support for the former First Lady has become more high-profile of late. She penned a January op-ed for the New York Times backing Clinton and asserting that "gender is probably the most restricting force in American life." She was also one of the women's rights activists who signed a February 15 letter published on the Huffington Post that insisted, "It's time for feminists to say that Senator Obama has no monopoly on inspiration."

Yesterday's event, billed by the Clinton campaign as "One Million for Hillary with Gloria Steinem," was one of several appearances scheduled for the veteran feminist across Texas as Tuesday's primary looms. It was held in a downtown music venue and was attended by around 200 people, the vast majority of whom were women. Before Steinem spoke, two Clinton campaign ads focusing on female support were shown, to applause.

In her speech, Steinem argued that there was a major sexist component to the murmurs from some quarters suggesting Clinton should abandon her presidential quest.

There is, she said, "a great deal of pressure at play for her to act like her gender and give in." Several shouts of "No!" came from the crowd. Steinem went on: "It's a way of reinforcing the gender roles, right? Men are loved if they win and Hillary is loved if she loses…But maybe we shouldn't be so afraid of an open convention that actually decides something. After all, it was an open convention in New York City that gave us Abraham Lincoln."

Steinem's speech offered, Letterman-style, ten reasons why she was supporting Hillary. Most were serious, though one of the more flippant was "We get Bill Clinton as Eleanor Roosevelt."

Steinem, like any good politician, also made sure to praise her surroundings. True to her own spirit, though, she did so in less decorous terms than any candidate for office would dare.

Other than Austin, she said, "there is no community in the whole world that understands how to include everybody, how to be serious and have a good time at the same time, how to be fan-fucking-tastic" quite so well.

UPDATE: The Clinton campaign sends over the following statement from Howard Wolfson: "Senator Clinton has repeatedly praised Senator McCain's courage and service to our country. These comments certainly do not represent her thinking in any way. Senator Clinton intends to have a respectful debate with Senator McCain on the issues."

Source: NY Observer