Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Top Cabinet post for Hillary Clinton

This is becoming the Obama/Clinton Administration. If he continues down this path, we will know for sure that he is not his own man. He is just an empty suit and none of his friends can pass the vetting test. He railed against McCain saying that he was just like Bush, while he himself was courting Clinton's people. I personally don't think Hillary is qualified.
Now that he has the job, Obama doesn't have a clue what to do with the job as President. He's been running for it since 2004 on the emptiest of resumes and zero accomplishments. He must surround himself with people who have been there before, and that means disinterring Clintonoids whose lust for power has never waned. Obama will be a huge disappointment for all those dummies who voted for "change."

Friday, November 7, 2008

Palin Aide Fires Back at McCain's Camp Slams

Now that the defeated Republican presidential team of Sen. John McCain and Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin have gone their separate ways, the knives are out and Palin is the one who is getting filleted. But longtime Palin staffer Meg Stapleton is lashing back at anonymous critics within the McCain-Palin presidential campaign, telling ABC News they are attacking the former vice presidential candidate with distortions and blaming her for the Republican National Committee's own missteps.
The vicious news media has had a picnic poking fun at any republican who shows any sign of promise. They destroyed Newt, Bush, and now Palin with their ridicule. Unbelieveable! Palin was the reason Mc Cain Didn't lose by 20%. SARAH is the reason McCain stood ANY chance at all.
Just another smear piece on Sarah palin.
I say, let's now give Obama the respect and consideration that they showed Bush.

Monday, November 3, 2008

It's Time To Fight

Americans go to the polls tomorrow for what will be their most critical presidential choice in a generation. Not since 1980 has the contrast between the candidates been so stark - or the dangers of a wrong selection more worrisome.
Tomorrow, the fate of this country passes into the hands of the people. Will they choose an America the like of which we have never known, of endless entitlements, or will they embrace freedom and responsibility?
Think of it this way, even if you dislike McCain/Palin, how can you ignore BHO's support from Hugo Chavez, Fidel, Jessie Jackson, Rev. Wright, the Iranian Runt and the latest Al-Quadea tape? If our enemies are for him, why is any American supporting him?
The Lord alone knows.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Conservatives say that John McCain is not conservative enough.

Many conservatives have said John McCain is not conservative enough to suit them.
If you’ve been around the blogs, you hear these criticisms and I think they are grossly unfair. He’s got a record that everybody can analyze in the Senate–a sound, conservative record. And yet he is not conservative enough. I am so sick of this . The next time a conservative says this
I'm going to ask them if Barack Obama is going to be conservative enough to suit them?

Monday, October 27, 2008

The Accuracy Of Polls.

Could the polls be wrong? Many of the talk shows say that they are. I think a greater question is in order which is, how accurate or honest is the so called American media?
Could the polls be wrong? Of COURSE they could be wrong. The polls represent the MSM propaganda.
If the polls were accurate then Obama would not need ACORN and the other massive voter fraud he and the democrats have organized.
Just get out there and vote no matter what is being reported or who is saying what. We can't trust any media source, that is clear. Just trust your instincts and don't let outside forces stop you from trying to save this great country and the military that defends it, and us.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Sarah Palin's Tailor-Made Image Against Hillary Clinton's Pant Suits~

It just makes me sick that the libs would lower themselves to criticize Sarah Palin’s wardrobe and makeup. Nobama’s wife should look so good…….. Whatever Michelle O is buying or wearing or putting on her sour puss isn’t doing it for her and they are so jealous that Sarah Palin looks so fresh and beautiful. What about the cost of Biden’s hair plugs and his Botox shots (otherwise he would look like a drunkard). What about Edwards and his expensive HAIRCUTS? How do we know what the heckNOBAMA does to look half way decent. It is just sickening that they would stoop to criticize Sarah Palin who is lovely and always looks professional. Some of the women in the Media that are criticizing Sarah should go get a facial and get rid of the scowl on their faces .
Let's put Sarah Palin up against Hilary's pants suits, Albright's janitor dresses, and Pelosi's face lifts. And where is the media when it came to the lobster, caviar and champagne enjoyed by Michelle?
And lets face it Biden and Obama's suits didn't exactly come from the Salvation Army!

Monday, September 22, 2008

Guess who's coming for dinner?

Religious Left Attacks Palin and Invites Ahmadinejad To Dinner
The liberal religious left is attacking and smearing Sarah Palin.
The head of the Anti-Defamation League has issued a statement criticizing Mennonite and Quaker leaders for hosting a dinner reception for Iran's president in New York later this month.

Iranian President Mahmoud AhmadinejadPhoto: AP
Slideshow: Pictures of the week
The dinner, scheduled for September 25, is touted as a dialogue by the pacifist religious groups, which advocate diplomatic engagement with Iran's political leadership.
It follows a similar meeting with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad held at a chapel last year during his annual visit for the opening of the United Nations' General Assembly.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

U.S. Embassy in Yemen Blasted by Terrorists 8 Dead

Terrorists attacked the U.S. Embassy in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, blowing up a car outside the entrance of the compound. Eight people died including four militants, Agence France-Presse said, citing the Defense Ministry. ``At about 9:15 this morning a car exploded at the main gate of the embassy and then there was a secondary explosion." No mention of any American casualties but at least the "militants" lost four of their own.

Saturday, August 30, 2008

McCain’s choice of Sarah Palin

First impressions count, and Alaska Gov. Sara Palin made a stunning first impression introducing herself as Republican John McCain’s choice for a vice presidential running mate yesterday. The McCain-Palin ticket should have Democratic counterparts Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. Joe Biden feeling unsettled, even if they can’t admit it. If they aren’t worried, they should be.
As to all this talk about her qualifications and judgement all one has to do is compare what Obama has spent doing, and whom he's associated with, for the last 20 years and what Palin has spent her time and with whom she's been associating during the same period of time. Case closed

Monday, August 25, 2008

Where Is The Obama Bounce?

Today is the First day of the Convention he just picked he Vice president! And what happened? Nothing! Where Is The Obama Bounce!
This latest poll which shows a 48 to 48 tie indicates to me that Biden was a very poor choice for VP. And, if the calls to Washington Journal this morning to the question "What should Obama do at the convention?" is an indicator, most of these people were Hillary supporters voting for McCain is an indicator, this to me means tha6t Obama needs to hang on to his Senate seat. As for this hatred for George Bush, I'd vote to keep him another term if that were constitutionally possible.

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

McCain Will Win, With Or WithOut The Vote Of The Ultra Conservatives

Yes, McCain would likely win most of the Independent votes as well as the Republicans .... He has a real shot at picking up the Ultra Conservatives that won't sit at home.
The nice thing about politics in America is that everyone can have an opinion and even the experts are often as wrong as the rest of us.
Take, for example, the way the Democrat Party has selected an astonishing bunch of losers to run for President since the days Harry Truman exited the White House. Republican Dwight Eisenhower took over.
Here are the Democrats who won: John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Jimmy Carter, and Bill Clinton.
JFK was canonized by assassination, but did well handling the Cuban Missile Crisis and he launched the space program. It was, however, JFK that took over the Vietnam conflict from the French. It was Lyndon Johnson who compounded that mistake to the tune of some 55,000 dead American soldiers. Despite civil rights legislation, LBJ is mostly recalled for making such a hash of things he declined to run for a second term on his own merits.
If Richard Nixon, a Republican, had not been totally paranoid, he might have left office a hero for ending the Vietnam War and opening up China, but instead he gave us Watergate and set us up for Jimmy Carter. People tend to forget how utterly incompetent Carter was, but the Iranians made the point by holding U.S. diplomats hostage for 444 days until Ronald Reagan ushered in two of the best terms of the Presidency America has known.Bill Clinton much-touted charisma did nothing for his wife’s run for the office. He can count himself fortunate that his first term cost the Democrats the loss of Congress. The legislation the Republicans passed was some of the best in years for which he, of course, took credit.
When you say Clinton these days, the only thing that comes to mind are endless scandals.Let’s look at the Democrat nominees for President since 1984 starting with George McGovern, 1988’s Michael Dukakis, 2000’s Al Gore, and 2004’s John Kerry. It is hard to imagine are lamer bunch of candidates. Voters looked at them and went “ugh!” This brings us to Barack Obama. Thus far he has been unable to convince at least half the registered voters to give him the nod.
The bounce in the polls that followed his triumphal tour of the Middle East and Europe disappeared within a day or two after he got back to the U.S.Who will not vote for Barack Obama? The first and most obvious answer is, of course, Republicans. Lots of Republicans. When you begin to look at various demographic groups, Obama will not do well among senior citizens. He has already touched the third rail of politics by suggesting he wants to mess around with Social Security. Bad move. Moreover, he wants to tax all those forms of income that old people depend upon to pay the mortgage, rent or groceries. Most importantly, old people come out and vote, and they are a large portion of the population these days. Veterans vote too. Veterans don’t like what they hear and see in Barack Obama. I'm a Vet and that's the way I feel about it. They don’t like the people who he hangs out with like former Weatherman terrorists, convicted real estate developers, and ministers who say bad things about the U.S.A.Evangelicals, still a potent voting block, are aghast at the brand of Black Liberation theology Obama listened to for twenty years. The anti-American views of Rev. Jeremiah Wright are a drag on his candidacy.
The days when the unions wielded any clout are over, but the Democrat Party which depends heavily on their money and manpower may discover on Election Day that a lot of union members will have voted for McCain. Obama simply does not resonate among working people. He lacks the common touch, if, indeed, he ever had one. Let’s also throw in the gun-owners too, 80 million of them, who did not take kindly to his “clinging to guns” remarks. There are also all those people in “fly over” America who don’t much care what those on the East and West Coast think.
There’s not much point getting into the various religious groups, but it is safe to say that Jews, traditionally Democrat, may find it difficult to vote for anyone named Barack Hussein Obama. That could cost him Florida.
Too much parsing of various ethnic, religious, and racial groups is essentially useless with the exception of Afro-Americans. They will surely vote for Obama. Not generally known, however, is that Hispanic-Americans outnumber blacks in America these days and how they will vote remains to be seen. Obama’s biggest problem is that the majority of Americans racially are white. Even Hispanics, racially, are white. Once you get by all the usual politically correct blather about race, the likelihood that whites will vote for Obama is slim to none when they get in the privacy of the voting booth. That is why John McCain, unless he selects a serial killer as his vice president running mate, is likely to be the next President of the United States of America.
As for me, I would rather vote for a winner and lose, than vote for a loser and win.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Some Blunt Advice For Conservatives

Brit Hume: lay off McCain if you don't want a Dem president. At the very end of today's Fox News Sunday panel segment, Weekly Standard editor

Bill Kristol was first to make an argument along similar lines.

BILL KRISTOL: I'm more conservative than John McCain but I think it would be a mistake for him to just make himself into an orthodox conservative in this election. The reason he is a stronger candidate than a lot of other Republicans would be is that he is a little bit heterodox. He's got his own views, he shouldn't back off on that, I think, actually.Hume then framed the issue in dramatic terms:

BRIT HUME: And if the conservatives don't want a President Obama or a President Clinton, they ought to get off McCain's back and let him campaign as whatever he wants to, and campaign from the center.

Monday, July 21, 2008

Change, Change, Change!

Change? Obama's campaign often reminds me of a line from an old Talking Heads song, ie. "you're talking a lot, but you're not saying anything." Or the scene in "Back to the Future" where the mayor in '55 turns out to be using the same campaign slogans as the guy in '85 that we saw earlier in the movie. Just once I'd like to hear him say something of substance. He is a politician, thru and thru, and not much more. I fully think this country is prepared to elect a black man President. But this particular black man has little or no record of accomplishment, and far too little experience, especially in the area of foreign relations, which is so vital in today's world.

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Have a great 4th of July holiday everyone!

I hope you enjoy your friends and family during this great holiday. And have a hotdog for me.

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Third (3rd) Party Candidates

Or "The Kooks are coming"
Some thoughts on 3rd Party Choices Bob Barr (former Republican) announced he would be joining a widening field of Libertarian candidates for President. Ralph Nader among others is running an Independent campaign. And Cynthia McKinney is the most well known name of a short list of Green Candidates. As did Alan Keys, and a hand full of others. None of them have a prayer of winning (despite their hokey rhetoric to the contrary), so what’s up with that?
I don't propose to provide a comprehensive nor in depth analysis of all the candidates of all the Independent and Third Party races. That may come later as the fields are winnowed down. It is important at this time however, for folks like me supporting in general the Independent movement or one of the 3rd Party platforms, to get acquainted with who the likely players are, and ask that all important question, Why should I care?
Bob Barr is trying to resurrect the far right wing base i think he would have better luck trying to resurrect Jesus, he thinks he will be a spoiler like Ross Perot. I really doubt that he gains any steam Ralph Nader is a nut that's not even woth the paper I'm printing on .
As for Cynthia McKinney, need I even say anything?

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

My Take On The Trials At Guantanamo And The Election

DD2, over at "Our World As We See It" did a fine blog on this subject today.

He calls it "The Trials At Guantanamo And The Election"
I’d like to say a few words on the subject myself.

Barack Obama wants to negotiate with the terrorists. You can not negotiate with terrorists, extremists, radicals, or fanatics. I spent over 20 years in the Military and I think I know the score pretty damn well. . These terrorists do not play by the rules not by any rules. There are no rules of engagement for them. What happended at Abu Ghraib was nothing more than embarassment...there was no torture. Waterboarding is an evil necessity that must be done in order to save lives. And saving lives is what we do. Stop being such panty-waisted pansies and wake up to the world of reality. This is war, not a Sunday picnic. Our military is doing the best they can, considering the politicians tie their hands. Give them a break and support them in their endeavors.
Don't go out on the streets and embarass them. In case you don't know it, that's exactly what you do when you protest.

We do not torture because we wanted to inflict pain. In contrast, they killed because they want us to suffer. No, we do not become terrorists if we torture the terrorist to extract info to protect ourselves. Is the info reliable? Maybe, maybe not. But we can always verify. The CIA is not stupid. After 911, a lot of government agencies got blamed for not doing enough to protect our country. Well, when the memory faded, the liberal left is now saying that the government and CIA are doing too much in the name of protecting the country. Can there really be such a thing as TOO MUCH? For those who argued that they will torture us if we do the same to them, well, I say that whatever we do, torture or not, doesn’t have any effect on what they will do.
To try to reason with them and expect that they think the same way as we do is naïve beyond believe. This is not a moral issue. We are dealing with evil people here, very evil.

Sunday, June 22, 2008

America's New Jackie O! ~ Michelle Obama.

Yes, Michelle Obama, the wife of the presumptive Democratic contender for the White House, has come under fire for being allegedly unpatriotic, pushy, even racist. Thyra Lees-Smith of Los Angeles said in an entry on Obama's Facebook page that she was "the picture of graciousness, style and extraordinary intelligence" on The View.
"The picture of graciousness, style and extraordinary intelligence"
Maybe on the Miss Piggie show she is!

If anyone is elegant and gracious., it's Cindy McCain, not Miss Piggie "I was never proud of America "Obama!
Lately all the pictures I see of Michelle O she is deressed up exactly as Jackie O. Hussein also poses as John Kennedy. The problem is, the color has changed although the pearls are the same. So in the end the anti-American Michelle is not a credible Kennedy image. Perhaps they think the American people are stupid.
I don't remember Jackie O being a racist. I would say that she's more like Cynthia McKinney

Wednesday, June 11, 2008


Having finally stumbled across the finish line and secured the Democratic nomination Barack Obama hit the road this week with an economic tour to convince voters he is not a traditional tax and spend liberal. This will be tough because he likes tax increases and spending the tax payers’ money and is very liberal. The McCain team, anticipating Obama’s offensive, kicked off the week with this statement: “While hardworking families are hurting and employers are vulnerable, Barack Obama has promised higher income taxes, Social Security taxes, capital gains taxes... etc...etc.
And still the Obamanomics go Ape over him.

Obama himself demonstrated his complete lack of understanding of economics with MOST EVERYTHING he has said, proposed, voted on, etc.! He even admitted himself that he does NOT understand economics. I heard the words roll out of his mouth! So, how then can he try to even claim that he can fix the country especially considering how MUCH he loves to tax and spend!

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

I FOR ONE, MUST SAY "NO" TO HILLARY For Vice president

She’s finally gone nuts. She’s the first presidential candidate we know of, who actually threatens another country with obliteration in a major nuclear American attack! In an interview in “Good Morning America” Hillary is openly threatening Iran with a nuclear attack, should Iran ever attack Israel.

Apart from the very nature of this outrageous statement where nuclear attacks suddenly is a part of our foreign policy - does this nutty candidate really think the American people would support the killing of millions of poor Iranians in a nuclear war, risking an escalation to a major nuclear war involving Russia and China, gambling with American lives and our entire future as a nation - because of an attack on Israel?

Whatever sympathy we might have had for Hillary is now entirely gone. If that’s the way she is handling a crisis with a foreign country, America doesn’t need her “services”. If she wants to seem “tough” she should get a job on a Texan ranch instead of using her verbal skills to yet again make America look like hillbillies and bullies in the International community.

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Bill Clinton Pissed Off again.. This time about how his wife has been treated

Former President Bill Clinton in South Dakota today delivered a harsh critique of how his wife has been treated during her presidential bid, telling the crowd that he has "never seen a candidate treated so disrespectfully just for running," and that, "she will win the general election if you nominate her. They're just trying to make sure you don't."

Clinton spent more than six minutes calmly discussing what he called a "frantic effort to push her out" of this race, saying that no one asked Ted Kennedy, Jesse Jackson or Gary Hart to end their presidential campaigns early.

Clinton also spoke against bullying superdelegates to make up their minds, saying, "I cant believe it. It is just frantic the way they are trying to push and pressure and bully all these superdelegates to come out. 'Oh, this is so terrible: The people they want her. Oh, this is so terrible: She is winning the general election, and he is not. Oh my goodness, we have to cover this up.'"

Speaking to a crowd of about 200 in Fort Thompson, S.D., Clinton seemed slightly subdued during his 30-minute speech, which largely focused on the issues important to the Native American community. As he wrapped up his remarks, a woman in the audience asked him a question about voting for Hillary Clinton.
"If you vote for her and she does well in Montana and she does well in Puerto Rico, when this is over she will be ahead in the popular vote," Clinton said. "And they're trying to get her to cry uncle before the Democratic Party has to decide what to do in Florida and Michigan because they are claiming that it only takes 2029 votes on the first ballot to win, and it takes a lot more than that if you put Florida and Michigan back in. Well, they will have to unless we want to lose the election. I mean, look, so there is that that is going on."
The former president was strong in his assertion that his wife has the best chance to win against Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, arguing that many electoral map predictions have his wife winning more electoral votes than Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., the Democratic frontrunner, in a general election.

Isn't this ridiculous? Why are Bill and Hillary Clinton trying to delegitimate the process? Hillary is losing today not because she is a woman, not because the media is biased, but because she has run a terrible campaign and has been a flawed candidate. There go the Clinton's again trying to blame their own failures on everyone else.
This guy is making a fool of himself, as if he had done it enough. His wife keeps on "miss-speaking" and he keeps on trying to make excuses for her...Duh! What a pair of clowns.

Hillary Clinton gets slammed for Robert Kennedy assassination remark! As she should have been

Hillary Clinton's last gasp campaign suffered a gaping, self-inflicted wound Friday when she recalled Robert Kennedy's 1968 assassination while defending her determination to keep running against Barack Obama.
Meeting with the editorial board of the Argus Leader newspaper in Sioux Falls, S.D., Clinton vigorously defended soldiering on through the last two primaries on June 3.
"My husband did not wrap up the nomination in 1992 until he won the California primary somewhere in the middle of June, right?" Clinton said. "We all remember Bobby Kennedy was assassinated in June in California."
Political reaction was swift and unanimously negative. Even Hillary loyalists expressed shock, dismay and private outrage.

All those Hillary supporters who cannot seem to fathom the enormity of this crass comparison and would want to use various means of verbal contortions to explain Hillary's intent just think of this; 1) Here is a woman who by your various admissions is the smartest cookie in the jar 2) An attorney at law who understands how to present and make a case 3) An astute political operative with a self-proclaimed 35 years experience in political life who knows the difference between what is politically acceptable and what is not. 4) And who could have cited numerous other examples to have made a better and stronger case without recourse to the ASSASSINATED vernacular 5) Whose campaign at first sent out its most senior African American to express outrage that we are outraged! 6) Then came out herself to offer an apology that turned out not to be an apology Perhaps what Hill supporters and apologist do not and are incapable of understanding is that these remarks are not miss-sponed remarks nut ate strictly self-serving.
Of course she will try to spin her way out of this, but the comment was a Freudian slip.
Could Hillary be staying in the race and hoping for an Obama assassination?
Her explanation fot it is weak. She could have just said that the 1968 contest went into the summer without talking about assassination. That would still be historcially accurate if that was the point she wanted to make.
What a moron.

Carter sees Superdelegates prompting Clinton to quit

Jimmy Carter said on Sunday he expects Democratic superdelegates to reveal their choice for presidential nominee soon after the final primary in June and that Hillary Clinton will then have to quit the race.
In an interview with Sky News, Carter said he did not think Clinton was achieving anything by staying in the fight.

"I think not. But of course she has the perfect right to do so," he said while attending a literary festival in Britain.

"I'm a superdelegate ... I think a lot of the superdelegates will make a decision quite, announced quite rapidly, after the final primary on June 3," he told Sky News.

"I have not yet announced publicly, but I think at that point it will be time for her to give it up," Carter said.
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is seen as front-runner. He holds a nearly insurmountable lead in delegates to the party's August nominating convention after months of contests that began in January.

Clinton has refused to quit until the last votes are cast and counted and the Democratic nominee is likely to be decided by the nearly 800 "superdelegates" -- members of Congress and other party insiders -- free to vote for whomever they want.
The Democratic candidates need 2,026 delegates to be nominated to run against Republican John McCain in the November 4 U.S. presidential election.
According to estimates by MSNBC, Obama now has 1,954 while Clinton has 1,783. There are 86 delegates left to be.

Who let Jimmy out of his Nursing Home again for this interview?

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Hillary And NOT Bob Barr

Maybe the results of the Virginia Primary show Clinton could win. Maybe Hillary should consider a third party run. Watching a little of the election coverage last night, in view of McCain’s global warming advocacy, the thought struck me that given our choices I could vote for Hillary with one big IF: if she got a separation agreement from Bill pending a divorce decree. (Don’t want him ever in the White House again.)

Hillary is the most conservative of the 3 liberals running for the office. With Hussein Obama the the Dims will lose big time. FTA: …59 percent of Clinton’s voters in West Virginia said they would either vote for John McCain in November or sit out the election altogether. And 61 percent said she would have the best chance to defeat McCain. And I’ll add McCain will probably do all he can to lose finding more things to back like global warming to really shaft Republicans..

So maybe Hillary should consider running as an independent, and become two firsts, the first woman president and the first independent to become president
The Dims know Clinton will get more votes that Obama in the general election because of the Bradley effect (white voters lie to pollsters about black candidates because they don't want to be thought of as racist).

Fortunately, the Dims don't know what to do about it because they thought it was more important to nominate a black man. So now they have him and they are stuck with him.
How about a Hillary/Bob Barr Ticket? There's enough confused and stupid conservatives that one of those might just fly! And that should help all those stupid conservatives who say they would vote for Hillary instead of McCain. Yes and that means you Ann Coulter

Sunday, May 4, 2008


There is no doubt Barack Obama is a seperatist. Call him Christian or Moslem separatist it does not matter. Look at his close associates. Louis Farrakhan, Jeremiah Wright, and a host of other black radicals including Connel West. This dude is not a straight shooter. Democrats need to be aware of what they are getting into. Listen to what his wife said about not being proud of America until her husband seem to be the presumptive democratic nominee for the Presidency. Listen to what Obama said about whites in rural and small town how close minded and racist they are that they cling to their guns and bible. Listen to Jeremiah Wright and his insidious garbage. IT DOES NOT TAKE A SOOTHSAYER, OR A GENIUS TO KNOW THAT OBAMA SUBSCRIBES TO THE TEACHINGS AND RACIAL BELIEFS OF LOUIS FARRAKHN AND JEREMIAH WRIGHT. This guy CANNOT beat John Mccain. Impossible. Republicans will so damage him to the point that democrats will be lucky to retain their hold on congress.

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Obama May Be Toast!

Obama may be toast but still,
Hillary is unelectable with all her lies.

Hillary is unable to run this country, just look how bad her campaign is run.

Hillary is losing friends faster than running water.

Hillary is losing superdelegates even faster.

Hillary is not ready to be president and never will.

Hillary will not fool the people of this great nation any more.

Hillary needs to walk away from this race now.

McCain in 08!

Saturday, April 26, 2008

Jimmy " The Commie Lover" Carter

Perhaps when Jimmy Carter was born, the attending physician dropped the child on his head, which would help to explain Carter's lifelong foolishness.

Over and over again, Carter broke a cardinal rule of former presidents: to never criticize the sitting president publicly. It's an unspoken rule, and one that has been observed, by and large, by all former presidents. They may critique current POLICY in an interview or op-ed. But they may not criticize the sitting president PERSONALLY ever. Ever.

Until now. Until the 39th president opened his mouth.

Carter said, "I think as far as the adverse impact on the nation around the world, this administration has been the worst in history."

Wow. That takes some nerve, coming from one of the ACTUAL worst presidents in U.S. history. Let's take a short walk down memory lane, shall we?

During Carter's presidency, 53 Americans were taken hostage by the Islamic regime in Iran and held for 444 days, while Carter stood around, impotent. It was only when Ronald Reagan had been elected did the Ayatollah finally fear the United States and release them.

During Carter's presidency, the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan, allowing our Cold War nemesis to pick up a strategic asset. Once again, Carter stood around, impotent.

During Carter's presidency, double-digit inflation ran rampant. So did sky-high unemployment and rocketing interest rates. The prime rate reached 21.5% at the tail end of Carter's term, the highest under any president. The economy was in freefall. It was a stagflation-driven recession. And again, Carter stood around, impotent.

During Carter's presidency, there were tremendous oil shortages. The energy supply cratered. Once again, Carter stood around, impotent. Except for the cardigan sweater he routinely wore as a way to solve the nation's energy crisis.

During Carter's presidency, America was in such bad shape that he actually ordered the White House Christmas decorations to go dark in 1979 and 1980. Grinch!
Quite a stellar record, no? Time and again, Carter allowed America's enemies to push her around. He behaved like a coward, scared of his own shadow, and unwilling to use America's great strength to stand up to the world's bullies. Sure, he guided the final stages of the Camp David Accords between Israel and Egypt. But those discussions---and the heavy diplomatic lifting---began under Richard Nixon and continued through Gerald Ford. Carter could have screwed it up, and to his credit, he didn't.
But one diplomatic success does not offset the long string of dangerous failures. "Are you better off today than you were four years ago?," Reagan famously asked during the 1980 campaign. The answer was a resounding "no," and Reagan defeated Carter in a landslide.

Carter got a lot of criticism for talking about our "national malaise." But he was right: we were in a funk. He just didn't understand that HE was the reason for the funk. It was HIS failure of leadership, HIS demonstrations of weakness, HIS impotence that led to the "malaise." He talked about it like it was somebody's else fault.

You know what they say about people who live in glass houses. This is why Carter tried to backtrack on his comments about Bush, calling them "maybe careless or misinterpreted." They were careless but they weren't misinterpreted. Those comments reflected who Carter is: petty, small-minded, dishonorable.
Bush is far from perfect, but at least he got in the fight against our enemies. He didn't always do it well, but at least he did it. Carter spent his presidency standing around, impotent.
President Carter was the perfect picture of a HYPOCRITE! While making HUMAN RIGHTS of paramount concern in foreign policy, he never met a dictator or tyrant he did not loike enough to coddle up to. There were those photos of him kissing up to Fidel Castro and Yassar Arafat. And after leaving office, his kissed up to Hugo Chavez who has assumed dictatorial power in Venezuala and is sizing private property and businesses like the Socialist dictator Mugabe did in Zimabue. He will find out that when you do what fails in other countries, you get the same outcome.

And Carter allowed our Military and intelligence services to be gutted and emasculated by spending cuts and law changes that handcuffed their operations to this day.

Friday, April 25, 2008

Black House Leader Criticizes Bill Clinton

One of the nation’s most influential African-American political leaders sharply criticized former President Bill Clinton on Thursday afternoon for what he called his “bizarre” conduct during the Democratic primary campaign. The black leader, Representative James E. Clyburn, an undeclared superdelegate from South Carolina and the third-ranking Democrat in the House, said “black people are incensed over all of this.
Mr. Clyburn urged Mr. Clinton “to chill a little bit.”

It appears as if Bubba is finally beginning to suffer the consequences of his vocal stupidity .... just like the other infamous ex-president, Jimmah Cahtah.
I guess that the blacks are beginning to figure out that Bill is not their President after all.

Friday, April 11, 2008

Why Clinton Is Fighting So Hard?

Thirteen rallies in three days, five in Indiana and eight in North Carolina, is how Bill Clinton is spending his time. Both states vote on May 6, and Hillary's got to win at least one of them. The former president is working harder on the road to get Hillary elected than he did in 1996 to get himself re-elected, judging by the jam-packed schedule of "Solutions for America" events staged in school gymnasiums from morning until night in all corners of the two states. Except for an occasional red-faced outburst over a media slight or someone's perceived disloyalty, he's soldiering away with extraordinary discipline.

The reason he's working so hard on his wife's behalf is that he sincerely believes she would make a good president, better than he was, if daughter Chelsea's word is taken to heart. He's also doing penance for how much he humiliated her when he was president, and even for some of his missteps in this campaign, mostly having to do with race. But perhaps most important, Clinton understands that if Barack Obama is elected, his presidency becomes an asterisk

Hillary Clinton wants to be our president because otherwise, she won't know how to spend her time.
I have declared my home a "Clinton-free Zone". No dead bodies in the driveway. No lies. We still have all of our furniture and silver. My daughters and my beautiful wife have no paw prints on them.

Monday, March 31, 2008

Why I Support John McCain

Why I Support John McCain
I’m supporting John McCain for these simple reasons.
The Republican Party is facing quite the battle in 2008. All trends were leaning Democrat up until recently. Yes up until the 2 democratic candidates began to shoot each other in the foot. And the current Republican President George Bush’s approval rating is in the toilet. We all know that. Makes no difference if we agree with that appraisal or not, facts are fats. People are frustrated with him and even the word Republican has a negative approval rating. Our party needs to unite behind a candidate that can transcend the negative view of Republicans and win back the all important independents and appeal to the crossover Democrats. We cannot be obsessed with finding the perfect candidate for our views; the past few months have shown us that it’s just not going to happen. So rather we need to look to who would bridge the partisan divide in this country and lead this country in the right direction.

John McCain is that person, not just for the Republican Party, but for the United States of America. His proven record of appealing to independents and crossover Democrats is exactly what stands out as his biggest strength.

I realize that some or maybe the correct word is “many” conservatives have a real problem with Senator McCain. There is no denying that John McCain has stood on his own at times rather than with siding with the conservative base of the party. There is also no denying he is more willing to work with Democrats then some Conservatives would like. I myself don’t know if thats really a negative thing. I would call these strengths, but some Republicans would call it his greatest weakness. But whatever. I’d like to think that those people are wrong and that John McCain is a conservative!

He has an 83% rating from the American Conservative Union and is often the biggest deficit and spending hawk in the US Senate. Some Republicans dislike him because he originally opposed the Bush Tax Cuts twice, but it was a key conservative issue that led him to oppose the cuts: there were no spending cuts to offset the tax cuts. A common conservative complaint against the Bush administration and some other Republicans is that they let spending get out of control, John McCain realized that and understood the cause for concern so he opposed the tax cuts, never mind the fact that he now says he wants to make those tax cuts permanent. John McCain is a STRONG fiscal conservative; he has never asked or received one earmark. He leads the charge against pork-barrel spending and would veto every single pork filled bill that is sent to his desk as President and make the authors famous. Ask Jack Abramoff and his cronies just how tough John McCain is on pork-barrel spending.
Ask The Bridge to Nowhere and Hillary Clinton’s would-be hippie museum just how tough John McCain is on reckless spending. This is exactly why America is worried about the economy, politicians are in Washington spending our taxpayer dollars on useless gifts to their campaign contributors and John McCain is the person who can finally stop this culture of corruption. McCain also realizes more needs to be done on the economy, that’’s why he proposes repealing the Alternative Minimum Tax , something that would save one middle class with children an average of over $2,700. McCain is also a very strong advocate for pro-growth and free-trade policies. He would give tax credits for innovation (research and development) that would keep America competitive and business-friendly.

And then there is John McCain’s weakest issue among conservatives and that just might be immigration. But I think that he has heard their message and the message of the American people and would secure the borders first and have the border state Governor’s certify that their borders are secured. Republicans need to realize however that after that is done, we need to take a realistic and humane approach to how to deal with the 12 million plus illegal immigrants in this county. John McCain’s campaign suffered greatly because of the bill that was unfairly labeled “Amnesty”. The bill was not in fact amnesty, because it required illegal immigrants to return home and pay fines, learn English, and other things to get on the path to citizenship. John McCain would deport the 2 million plus illegal immigrants that have committed crimes and make sure the borders are in fact secure before even working on the very real and complex problem of the illegal immigrants already in the country.

John McCain’s strongest issue is National Security and Foreign Affairs. He is hands down the most experienced candidate on both sides of the aisle when it comes to these issues. He was right to criticize the Rumsfeld strategy for Iraq and was the surge’s biggest supporter when it was an unpopular idea. John McCain knows just how important it is to listen to the Generals rather than play politics with our troops. His experience on foreign affairs is even greater, he’s been involved in every major national conflict since even before he was elected to Congress. We need a leader who needs no on the job training and is prepared to lead day one and keep America safe. John McCain is that leader for America and we can trust him to make the right decisions to keep this country secure from radical extremists.

John McCain is an American Hero. His days as a POW have made him into the tough character that he is today and makes him stand out amongst any of the other candidates. He takes strong positions on controversial issues like torture and earns the respect of everyone as someone who can restore the moral authority America once had around the world.

I encourage everyone to check out http://www.johnmccain.com/ and research more of his positions and trust the wisdom of the voters leads to John McCain becoming the next president of the United States

Clinton-Obama ticket an "almost unstoppable force."

Last Friday in Mississippi, stumping for the Magnolia State's Tuesday primary, Sen. Clinton told voters, "You've got to make a choice. A lot of people wish they didn't have to. A lot of people say 'I wish I could vote for both of you.' Well that might be possible some day. But first I need your help on Tuesday."
This weekend on the trail, Bill Clinton went further, calling a Clinton-Obama ticket an "almost unstoppable force."

"I know that she has always been open to it," the former president said, "Because she believes that if you can unite the energy and the new people that he's brought in and the people in these vast swaths of small town and rural America that she's carried overwhelmingly, if you had those two things together she thinks it'd be hard to beat."
Citing their demographic strengths, Clinton said of Sen. Obama and his wife, "he would win the urban areas and the upscale voters, and she wins the traditional rural areas that we lost when President Reagan was president."
As Al Gore joked on Saturday Night Live years ago, picking a vice president can be like an episode of "The Bachelor."
"I respect all of you. And I wish I could have three running mates, but it's just not constitutionally viable," Gore said, holding up a single long-stemmed rose in a skit where he selected Joe Lieberman over John Kerry and John Edwards. "I've made my decision."
But Obama and his allies feel this is more like an undesired arranged marriage, and a shotgun one at that.

Why should Obama accept what Clinton is saying about having a dream team? Don't you see what Hillary is doing, trying to say vote for me and Obama will be my VP. Well, Obama is leading in the race, Obama won more States, got more delegates, just winning period. So for Clinton to say Obama will be her VP and we can make a dream team is wrong. Clinton big Ego have to be knocked down back to earth. She is trying to gain more votes by telling voters, if you vote for me then Obama will be my VP. She got no right to say it when she is not even leading in the Democratic race

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Obama's Speech

Here's something to keep in mind when Obama makes his speech today. He has put words into Rev. Wright's mouth that Wright never said. I’ve read the sermon and no where can I find the passages in it as stated by Obama in his book. How odd. Obama wants us to believe that in 20 years he hasn't heard what the Rev. has been saying and he also wants us to believe that he HAS heard what the Rev. HASN'T said. Now does this make Obama a liar or are we to chalk up this fabrication ?

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Florida Democrats re-do proposel

The primary will be organized at a Florida Democratic Primary Headquarters (HQ) office in Central Florida. The 50 REOs will handle local outreach and educational activity, with specific consideration given to disadvantaged communities.

Vote-by-mail (VBM) packets will be mailed to all registered Democratic voters at least two weeks prior to Election Day (likely earlier). This will be handled by a firm experienced in special elections conducted by mail. VBM packets will contain a prepaid, addressed return envelope and one ballot. The instructions will be simple and clearly printed on the ballot and envelope. All ballots and instructions will be printed in English, Spanish and Creole to comply with Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act. The plan can be submitted to the Justice Department for approval under Section 5.

Although VBM packets will not be forwarded, when a ballot is returned as undeliverable, a notification card will be sent to the voter’s forwarding address offering the voter the opportunity to correct their registration record and receive a new VBM packet in time for the election. The undeliverable ballots also will be recorded and stored until 21 days after the voting deadline.

If a voter does not receive a ballot or whose ballot has been damaged/lost, he or she may contact HQ or an REO to request a replacement. A voter may cast an in-person provisional ballot at a regional office if their voting eligibility cannot be confirmed.
REOs will be open every day for the two weeks leading up to the voting deadline for informational purposes, distribution of replacement ballots, in-person voting, and collection of completed ballots. REOs will have a locked ballot box and will be staffed, but votes will only be counted at HQ. Every evening, the day’s ballot box will be picked up from the REOs and transported to HQ. All ballots must be received by 7:00 PM on Election Day to count.
Anyone who thinks Florida can pull this off is fooling themselves. They can't even get their regular elections right. And it's no comfort that this is their "best option." How do you verify? And what happens when a load of ballots from the African American community are found in a garbage dumpster the day after the primary count?

Friday, March 7, 2008

The best Republicans we have to represent the US on foreign policy are being ostracized because the cut 'n run surrender socialist Democrats demonize them, like John Bolton for one. I wish Sen. McCain and other Republican leaders would take note, especially considering how Gen. Petraeus was treated before he went to Iraq and then afterwards when he came back to testify before Congress successful but assaulted by the likes of Hillary because they wanted failure.

Saturday, March 1, 2008

Conservatives: Sitting Out The Election Is the Height of Idiocy

I know that there are those conservative that arn't fond of John McCain, and that they disagree with him on a wide variety of issues, and they feel insulted by McCain's ardent desire to please those across the political aisle.
Yes, there's plenty to question about John McCain, but there's one thing conservatives can't question: McCain is better than Hillary Clinton. He's better than Barack Obama. And it ain't close baby.
Conservatives must recognize that the choice in 2008 is between John McCain and Clinton or Obama. It isn't about McCain vs. Thopmson, McCain vs. Romney or McCain vs. Huckabee anymore. Don't wake up on that morning and see Hillary Clinton dumb ass smile in the Oval Office.
Conservatives are fools if they stay home in November. Fools big time.

Give em that old Razzle Dazzle. Watch him try to Worm and Squirm

In the Ohio debate earlier this week when he was asked if he accepted the support of Louis Farrakhan. Obama looked like a Deer in the headlights.
Obama could have answered the question directly, starting with the simple word, “No,” making clear he refused the support of an anti-Semitic demagogue like Farrakhan, but instead, even after repeated followup questions, he never said he rejected that hatemonger’s support. Guess he feared such forthrightness might cost him a vote or two.
It was not until Hillary pressed the issue and the moderator flatly asked him to, did he reject the support of Louis Farrakhan. That he came out and did so. Up until thwn, there was a lot of side stepping going on. A common technique for a politician? Sure it was. But this was an issue where it should have been cut and dry!
Lets just hope the Republicans will be able to stop him.

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Now Hillary Clinton Plays the Victim Card, the Only One left in the Deck

That was her theme at the Democratic debate with Barack Obama in Cleveland Tuesday night.
She complained that she always got the first question. What was that all about? She complained that she wasn’t getting enough time to discuss health care (a discussion that had gone on for 16 minutes, which is several lifetimes in terms of a televised debate).
And, then, demonstrating how presidential campaigns can repeat their mistakes rather than learn from them, she said: “If anybody saw ‘Saturday Night Live,’ maybe we should ask Barack if he’s comfortable and needs another pillow.”
she came across as whine and snarky...not very presidential...not at all!
And now she's TOO BUSY to release her tax returns? Excuse me if it sounds a bit like she's hiding something. What else is new?

Sunday, February 17, 2008

Pimping her daughter - oh the humanity!

Hillbilly won't admit it but desperation appears to be creeping in. Daughter Chelsea and husband Bill will be deployed this week to prop up Hillary Clinton's faltering presidential campaign. Chelsea, now 27 and a far cry from the somewhat awkward braces-wearing teenager of old, is being dispatched to Hawaii while the former president will join his wife in Texas to help her cover a state the size of western Europe. The delegate-rich Lone Star state, which votes on March 4, is vital to Clinton's hopes of clawing back the lead...
Wait, folks...where's your decency? Chelsea is a demure, private person (okay, a public stage prop), and we have no right even mentioning her name in this conversation.

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Romney to endorse McCain.

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is expected to endorse U.S. Sen. John McCain of Arizona, who was Romney's rival in the Republican race for the White House, two sources familiar with the decision told CNN Thursday.
They said Romney wants the 286 delegates he won to go to McCain, who now has 827 delegates, and is the Republican front-runner.
To clinch the Republican nomination 1,191 are needed.
An announcement is expected at 3:30 p.m. ET in Boston.
Romney dropped out of the race Feb. 7, after a poor showing on Super Tuesday. He said he pulled the plug on his Republican presidential campaign "for our party and for our country."
Continuing his campaign would have delayed the Republicans from shifting attention to the general election campaign against whichever Democrat wins the nomination of their party, he said at the time.

Romney has proven his integrity and love for this country. Please follow suit so that we can beat Obama/Clinton.
Don't let your ego, or whatever agenda keeps you in, cost us our chance, Huckabee. We need to strengthen our party before November. Too much is at stake.
Huckabee… show you care as much for the party as you say and show us a miracle… step down. Get behind and support the frontrunner like Romney. We don't have a chance if you don't.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Happy Birthday To The Great Emancipator.

Today is the 199th anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln the man who stood nearly alone to save America and therefore the world. The man who stood alone and understood that the only route to real peace was through a terrible war.
The truly great and lasting peacemakers are those willing to go to war, and those are the peacemakers I most admire. It’s easy to preach peace, love, happiness, and Kumbaya. It’s easy to call yourself a peacemaker as you bask in the love of the left, the safety of the stable dictator, the alliance with evil…… But it’s the real peacemakers like Lincoln, Roosevelt, Churchill, Reagan, Thatcher, and George W. Bush who make the hard decisions and understand that sometimes war is the only way to achieve peace.
Liberals love peace, there’s no doubt about that because they’re willing to bask in it at the expense of the world’’s oppressed –– at the expense of the enslaved —— at the expense of millions of innocents dead in Cambodia and they hope next year in Iraq —— at the expense of gathering threats to our very way of life.
Lincoln understood that America was the only hope of the world and America could not stand divided. How many would’’ve died without America? Who would’’ve stopped Tojo, Hitler, the Soviets……? Lincoln understood that the idea of peace required a “united” States, just as Bush understands the idea of peace requires a democratic Middle East.
Liberals selfishly demand personal peace on the backs of others. True peacemakers bring peace to those others. God bless Abraham Lincoln, the great American emancipator. God bless George W. Bush, the great emancipator of the Middle East.

Sunday, February 10, 2008

The PIAPS is Toast.

Hillary Clinton is in for another tough result when Virginia holds its primary on Tuesday
If the receptions Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton respectively received at a gathering of influential Democrats last night in Richmond is any indication, Clinton is in for another tough result when Virginia holds its primary on Tuesday.

The stark difference in enthusiasm was noticeable even in passing. Outside the Stuart C. Siegel Center, which played host to the Jefferson-Jackson dinner, a couple hundred of Obama supporters beating drums, wearing paper Obama masks and holding giant white letters spelling Obama’s name, urged passing cars to honk. Many of them did.

A quieter group of Hillary supporters had less success.
Inside, there was more of that. The same giant cardboard Obama letters flanked the dozens of crowded tables on the floor, and dwarfed the “Hillary” signs lined up between the A the M and the A. From the stage, past and current Governors of Virginia boasted about their endorsements for Obama. Chants of O-ba-ma broke out intermittently from the rafters.

Clinton, her hair flatter than usual and her chances sinking in Washington and Nebraska, soldiered through.
Taking the podium under an enormous Jumbo screen, Clinton struck positive and even sweeping notes that received solid, if not ecstatic, applause from the crowd.

”Hello Virginian Democrats - that sounds so good,” said Clinton. “I am delighted and honored to be here with you this evening.”
Clinton thanked Virginians for electing Senator Jim Webb and expressed her hope for the election to the Senate of Mark Warner, who ran for president last year as a moderate Democrat, but was essentially forced out of the race by his inability to compete with Clinton for that space.

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Hillary Clinton's Core Is Evaporating

Hillary Rodham Clinton last night lost ground with her core supporters of whites and women, even as she crushed rival Barack Obama among Hispanics, exit polls showed. Clinton led Obama among whites 50 percent to 44 percent - a far lower ratio than during most of the earlier primary races.
Who'd of thunk that Obama would win so many states as he has done, especially among white males? Who would have thought so many women would simply vote Hillary because she is a woman and not look and listen to her policies.
I also think that it looks like the longer this battle between Clinton and Obama goes on the more likely Obama will win. It looks like he is gaining while she is losing. He was down 20 pts and now he is neck and neck. He did very well yesterday.

Monday, February 4, 2008

John McCain or Hillary Clinton

My Bloging friend DD2 has a Debate going on at his blog http://ourworldasweseeit.blogspot.com/ regarding Who would you vote for if it were between John McCain and Hillary Clinton.
In these eyes, there could not even be a question about it. Unless i had a gun pointed at my head I’d vote for John McCain in a mini-second. I would probably have to vote for McCain even though he won't be my choice in the primary. He would just be a better choice than Hillary who would really ruin this country if elected