Friday, August 29, 2008

The Friday ‘BushWhacking’

TGIF… and a 3-day weekend to boot! And as it’s becoming a tradition, here’s today’s “Shortened Because it’s Friday Daily ‘BushWhack’ing”…

  • Sen. Obama kicked some serious ass last night in his acceptance speech which saw more than 75,000 attend. Declaring that he is ready to beat McCain in November and be a president of change. If you haven’t had a chance to see it, do it… now… then come back and finish reading today’s ‘Daily’. Go on…we’ll wait.
  • Oh yeah, and Sen. McCain chose a running mate
  • As much as I like Al Gore, his speech last night just about put me to sleep…
  • Did you know that Iraq is a “peaceful and stable country now.”? At least that’s what McCain said in a recent interview with Time magazine. (Okay… so I guess those suicide bombers that struck on August 9th that killed 25 people Tal Afar… or the suicide bomber that killed 25 people in Baghdad’s Abu Ghraib district on August 24th and the suicide bomber that killed 28 and wounded 45 in Iraq’s Diyala province on August 27th didn’t really happen??? Ya dumbass…)
  • Welcome back… great speech wasn’t it?
  • And have we mentioned? That Fox and Friends’ Steve Doocy is apparently a mental furball? Discussing the selection of Alaska Gov. Sarah Quayle Palin as McCain’s running mate, Brian Kilmeade said that Sen. Biden will “capitalize” in the VP debates on Palin’s lack of international relations experience. Doocy interrupted Kilmeade and said; “But the other thing about her, she does know about international relations because she is right up there in Alaska right next door to Russia.” (Well, that’s it. Pack up guys it’s over… McCain’s won. After all, his VP candidate has foreign policy credentials because the state she governs is a few miles away from Russia... Honestly, how some of these people manage to walk upright is beyond me)


Anonymous said...

Glad DNC circus is over.
Obama, Biden, Pelosi, Bill Clinton and ….. are disgrace to America.
McCain, Palin for 08

Kemp said...

You want a circus, check out what happens in the twin cities next week.

No way. No how. No McCain.

And no Quayle... I mean Palin... either.

Anonymous said...

Disgrace to America? Please do your research before spitting crap out of your mouth next time. President Clinton especially has done so much for our country (and other countries) it's almost ridiculous.

Want to ruin our country even more? Vote McCain-Palin 08.

Want to regain the American Dream and respect? Vote Obama-Biden 08.

Anonymous said...

The Palin choice is risky and at the end of the day, will be a failed strategy.

McCain just doesn’t get it. The torch was never McCain’s so he cannot pass Hillary’s torch to another woman. McCain belittles women everywhere if he thinks they are such ditto heads they will vote for a woman just to see any woman as President or Vice President in the White House.

In McCain’s first decision on the threshold of officially being nominated to represent the Republicans in the 2008 Presidential election – he decided to select a woman with no foreign experience, limited executive experience, and unproven under national scrutiny these last 19 months. McCain is acting out his own words by doing anything to win the election. He did nothing to strengthen his ticket by parading a woman as his VP.

Both McCain and Palin's pandering to the women who supported Hillary is a mockery. Hillary was qualified, plus we knew Bill had her back!

Palin’s jaded compliments to Geraldine Ferraro and Hillary as women who ran for President or were on the ticket as a VP contender. Besides the fact Palin did not extend any props to Shirley Chilsom, her suggestion that women will flock to her because she is a woman demeans feminists everywhere and is a sad commentary for qualified women in every job capacity that fought and earned their jobs, not placed there as the token female.

McGimmick, in trying to mask the problems of a failed Bush-Cheny Administration, worsening economic times, terrorist, war, and nuclear threats facing America, the last thing we need is to have a candidate commit to doing and saying anything to win the election.

The addition of Palin to the Bush-Cheny-McCain axis of fear makes the Republican mantra much more conflicted. McCain’s decision to add Palin to his ticket insults Hillary supporters, hampers debates on experience, and eliminates discussion on world events that pose a serious threat to Americans.

No Way! No How! No McCain-Palin!

Obama-Biden 08/12

Anonymous said...

Rick Davis spent more time interviewing Palin, according to the blogs. Davis and all the lobbyists put her on McCains ticket. The lobbyists are calling all of McCains shots now! Sometimes McCain even has trouble saying what they write out for him.
Davis, his team of lobbyists and his TV robots are out to ruin this country. Time to start exposing them!