Monday, November 03, 2008

The Monday ‘BushWhack’ing

Over the weekend…

  • Our thoughts and prayers go out to Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) and his family on the death of his daughter this past Saturday.
  • Gov. Palin got pranked by a Canadian comedy duo
  • *o* the P*u*b*r questioned Sen. Obama’s loyalty to the United States (and we should listen to him becauuuuse?? This man is desperately trying to extend his 15 minutes, and the media is accountable in this ridiculous exercise by giving him more air time… the voice of the people DOES matter, but not when it’s become evident that he’s nothing more than a McCain surrogate… and any scrutiny he gets IS merited)
  • Syrian ambassador Imad Moustapha told Foreign Policy magazine that Syria is “doing everything possible within our means” to stop insurgents from crossing into Iraq. But the more interesting part is that Moustapha also said that Sen. Joe Lieberman (I r-CT) personally assured him that Sen. McCain would open up a dialogue with Syria
  • Palin appeared on Fox “News” again (I know, you’re shocked) and said; “We realize that more and more Americans are starting to see the light there and understand the contrast. And we talk a lot about, OK, we’re confident that we’re going to win on Tuesday, so from there, the first 100 days, how are we going to kick in the plan that will get this economy back on the right track and really shore up the strategies that we need over in Iraq and Iran to win these wars?” (Iran? Methinks she’s letting her and McCain’s wet dreams invade her reality…)
  • Vice President Dick “President” Cheney gave an endorsement to McCain, which gave fodder to Obama, whom “congratulated” McCain on the endorsement.

TBWA urges everyone to get out and vote tomorrow, otherwise you lose your right to bitch

  • Both Sen. Obama and McCain are making their final pleas to the masses today
    Turnout for early voting was large, but it’s still not expected to lessen lines for Election Day… (Did anyone really think it would? I see early voting as more of an attempt to get more people to vote by eliminating the oft-repeated line of ‘I don’t have enough time to vote’ than an attempt to ease Election Day lines)
  • A new CNN/Opinion Research poll suggests that Palin is doing more harm than good to McCain… well, duhhhhhhhh
  • Former Treasury Secretary Bob Rubin and Jared Bersteing of Economic Policy Institute write: “With the current financial crisis, our joint view is that for the short term, our economy needs a large fiscal stimulus that generates substantial economic demand.” (I think McCain should suspend his campaign again and race back to DC to act on this… uh-huh)
  • Strategists predict big gains for Democrats tomorrow… which leads me to ask; how many articles about this do we REALLY need? Is there anyone out there that doesn’t know the Dems can make huge gains tomorrow??
  • And have we mentioned? That McCain is embracing “President” Bush again? After working extra hard to distance himself from Bush over the past months, he’s back to fully fellating embracing him by saying that Bush, and Tom Ridge, deserve credit for there not being another terrorist attack after 9/11…


Lefty1129 said...

Here a quote that totally goes with the 'Palin Punking' -

"Stupid is as stupid does." - Forest Gump.

'Nuff said.

Vote Smart - Vote Obama!

Anonymous said...

Is McCain ACTUALLY on the Campaign Trail Right now???

I found this picture of him in a HOSPITAL online earlier, it was up on some news site, then all of the sudden I couldn't find it again...I managed to Save it to my Photobucket Account...Does anyone know if this is REAL?

Kemp said...

Anon asked: Does anyone know if this is REAL?

Um, no...

George Vreeland said...

The Republican Party is a sick joke, and the people of this country are fed up with them.
From Nixon to Bush, and from Scooter to Larry "Toilet Stall" Craig, the Republicans have proven themselves to be a bunch of lying, corrupt, evil, perverted, over-spending crooks.
When you look at all the money Bill Clinton left this country, it makes us all cry to know that Bush spent it all.
When the money was gone, Bush went to China for help.
Just think, we owe money to China!
That is the Bush way.
Cheney is no better.
You can't trust either of them.
No one does.
Why are we in Iraq?
The war should be on terror, not in Iraq.
Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11, and yet Bush has spent a massive amount of money to fight "his" war.
Yes his, because many of his own Republicans have even backed off from the war.
By the way, the war in Iraq has cost the U.S. almost six hundred billion dollars.
Bush is friends with Rudy Giuliani, but Rudy is no hero.
While he is often called the hero of 9/11, the truth is that Rudy was a terrible leader during his years as mayor of New York City.
He made bad decisions and took a girlfriend while being married.
In fact, he even wanted his lover to live in the same house with his wife.
Most people would call this perverted.
New Yorkers were so sick of his antics, that they wanted him out of office.
Then came 9/11.
The only reason people call Giuliani a hero today, is because he just happened to be NYC's mayor during that bad time.
Any mayor would be looked at as a hero if they showed their face under those circumstances. If there was no 9/11, Rudy would have become a joke.
In closing, the New York Post once reported in their paper, that Giuliani spent more than 48,000 dollars of campaign money on posh hotels while claiming to have spent the least of all the Republican candidates.
Rudy is a good time leader, and does it with other people's money.
He is through.
Mitt Romney is done as well.
Mitt can't seem to get his facts right, and will say things to make himself look good.
Red flags go up around him.
I spoke with his son Tagg at the New Hampshire debates back in June (2007), and while he seemed like a nice man, Tagg could not get his facts right either.
One of the worst Republicans as of late, though, is Larry Craig.
He is a lying pervert who wanted gay sex with a strange man on a dirty toilet seat.
He pled guilty, then said he was not guilty.
Say what?
He is another Republican moron.
Did you hear about Washington State Republican Rep. Richard Curtis?
He offered $1,000 to a young man for unprotected sex while dressed in women's lingerie.
This sort of thing just goes on and on with them.
Remember Mark Foley?
Here is a letter I wrote that was in many newspapers and Web sites:

Once again, the Republicans have turned my stomach with shocking and repulsive behavior. Mark Foley, a Republican member (now ex-member) of Congress, has sent many e-mails with perverted sexual content to a sixteen year old boy.
This is the same man who while in Congress, backed a bill that was meant to protect children from child predators.
Foley himself, is a man who preyed on a child with lust.
What is also incomprehensible, is the fact that some Republicans knew of Foley’s behavior, and yet, did not take a hard stand against this until it became public news. If I had a teenage son and/or daughter, I would not want them to go near any Republican leader for fear of either or both becoming a victim of a sick Republican pervert.

George Vreeland Hill

There were more than three hundred such letters in newspapers in 2007 alone.
Many of them in New Hampshire.
There are thousands on the Internet.
No lie.
This does not even include articles, ads, radio, TV and other areas where the public takes notice.
In fact, one Republican in California wanted me stopped once, because I was hurting some Republicans in their elections.
I just want to do my part in helping to get rid of every Republican scumbag.
From phone scams to the Union Leader (NH) covering up for Republicans, the garbage never ends.
But the Republican Party will end.
Did you know that George W. Bush once made fun of the issue of Weapons of Mass Destruction?
He did, and in front of some shocked people during a black-tie event in 2004.
He said.... (While looking under a piece of furniture) "Those weapons of mass destruction have got to be here somewhere."
Then, while pretending to look out of a window, Bush laughed as he said..... "Nope, no weapons over there."
While he was laughing, there were men and women fighting and dying in Iraq because of WMD. George W. Bush should be removed from office because of that alone.
Face it, Bill Clinton lied about having sex, and was impeached because of it.
George W. Bush however, did far worse, as he laughed at the very people who are fighting for the United States of America!
That about sums it all up!
(By the way, this Bush/WMD was part of an article and letter I wrote as well.)
This leads us to John McCain.
All he seems to do is attack other candidates.
His use of Barack Obama in an ad with Paris Hilton was silly, and it made him look stupid.
His Woodstock ad against Hillary Clinton was boring and without the facts.
He tells of Hillary wanting to spend a million dollars on a museum while he (McCain) supports spending more on the war in Iraq.
He wants you to believe that the Democrats are the big spenders, while it is McCain's Republican Party that has spent all the money Bill Clinton left us to a point where Bush had to borrow money from China.
Think about that again.
We owe to China.
That is the Republican way.
Also, it must be noted that McCain even laughed at war.
Remember when McCain changed the words of a Beach Boys song to Bomb, Bomb, Bomb, Bomb, Bomb, Iran?
McCain even laughed when he was done.
He thought starting a war with Iran was a laughing matter.
That is the real John McCain.
He just can't be trusted.
He is another George Bush, and you know what we got with him.
Also, McCain's choice of Sarah Palin for his running mate is proof that he is not in a position to lead this country.
There were far more qualified candidates out there.
This tells the voters two things.
First, it takes away the Republican argument that Barack Obama lacks experience because they now have that same lack on their own ticket.
Second, it is clear that McCain is using a woman to get the women vote, and most of them can see through this ploy.
It is an insult to all the women who McCain thinks are stupid.
He would have been better off trying to get John Edwards to join the GOP and team up with him for their vote.
At least that would have been more honest.
The Republican Party is a mess, and getting worse.
People do not trust any of them, and we are all tired of their BS.
This is election day.
You know what to do!
Thank you for your time.

George Vreeland Hill

Steve Z. said...

I hope you all got out to the polls today! In the spirit of election, I decided to watch this youtube video called ANYONE CAN BE VP. IT MAKES FUN OF SARAH PALIN! its so funny just watch it :P

Just search ANYONE CAN BE VP to watch it!