- Join Date
- May 2008
- In my own private Alamo on The Mountain in Georgia
06-01-2008, 12:11 AM
I'm glad you got an A! You using anything from this site pretty much was a lock to an A
with your Lib teachers. Are you going to vote for Osama??? :p
Oops, he gave up his church today.
Hey, I have an idea...we have a member here you'd probably get along with.
Send a PM to Lanie.
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06-01-2008, 12:24 AM
Apologizes to Bridget!!! :D
06-01-2008, 01:14 AMObama: gaffe-prone or just really dumb? - UPDATED
I started out with an open mind about Obama. That’s changing.
Ace calls Barack Obama “like Dan Quayle, only dumber,” and it’s becoming difficult to disagree.
Can you imagine how the press, the late-night talk shows, the Jon Stewart’s and Steven Colbert’s, the Bill Maher’s the Keith Olbermann’s, the Chris Matthews’, the women on The View, Saturday Night Live and the rest of the news and entertainment media would be reacting to the astounding mindlessness of Barack Obama, if only he had an R after his last name?
Good lord, Dan Quayle fudged spelling potato and it still gets derisive laughs from the left.
Barack Obama actually thought Cary Grant and Eve Marie Saint were scampering around Mt. Rushmore in the film North by Northwest.
From the press and entertainment media: silence. No stories here, no jokes, no skits. Obama’s brilliance is unquestionable. If President Bush (or, now John McCain) had asked so naive a question, you’d hear it everywhere, read about it everywhere, your search engine would bring you thousands of hits.
Which is quite different from the reaction we’re seeing to Obama’s wonderings. All that silence. I can hear crickets!
Obama also mentioned that his ears would be too big for his inclusion in that monument. Seems his brains would not be.
If George Bush had made this many gaffes, so many stupendously stupid ones, day after day, do you think he’d ever made it out of Texas with the media jeering and mockery?
But Obama gets up there, every single day and says something embarrassingly wrong, and the press beams, edits out or ignores the gaffe and heaves a sigh for Mr. Wonderful that is so deep it makes their legs tingle.
You’re watching the press and the entertainment media try to hand the US Presidency over to a guy who can’t get much right, flip-flops with impunity (the press - also happy to talk down the economy or bury the positives to help the cause - will just quietly change the narrative) panders shamelessly, but not believably, would rather go talk to our enemies than to our generals, gets endorsements from Cuba and Venezuela, hangs with some interesting people who like to blow stuff up or stir up resentment, and has never been asked this simple question: what do you think will be the reasonable and logical result of our “pulling out” of Iraq at this point in time, when we’re beating Al Qaeda? Will it give new life to a terrorist movement that is currently losing morale and momentum? Wouldn’t that betray the same Iraqi people we were wrong to abandon in 1992? Wouldn’t it put them back under the tyrant’s gun and render the sacrifices of our troops meaningless? Isn’t walking away as victor better than snatching defeat from the jaws of victory? I mean…what sort of president thinks it’s better to surrender and lose - especially when we’re winning?
The GOP is in a free-fall, but my goodness, the Democrats have an Anointed One who increasingly reminds me of Chauncy Gardiner, but with an ambitiously co-presidency-minded spouse and some troubling whispers about his cabinet appointments, but and even if they get buyer’s remorse, they won’t admit it because they’re finally seeing a way to dethrone the Clintons. They’re not in such good shape, either.
I think we should NOT have a president coming out of an Ivy League school this year. I mean, Bush came out of both Yale and Harvard, and he’s the moronic evil genius liar who told us all the same things his predecessor co-presidents had said. Hillary came out of Yale and she’s smart but completely untrustworthy. And Barack, like Bush, is a double-ivy guy, and he is out-Quayle-ing the “stooooooopit” Dan Quayle.
Pretty “spiffy”, indeed.
Enough of these elites. Where’s Harry Truman when you need him?
From the Anchoress (lots of greyt links)
EyelidsGuest06-01-2008, 01:19 AM
God North by Northwest is a great movie... when I first saw it long ago I thought it was actually Mt. Rushmore, who would've thought they had green screens back then?
Yes Barack Hussein Obama has my full support, his church affiliations have no part in that decision. I am pretty excited though as unless he has joined a new church I am not familiar with he is currently not really part of a religious organization! EGADS!
Lanie's a smart girl, you all should listen to her.
06-01-2008, 10:05 AMUbi Dubium Ibi Libertas
06-01-2008, 10:22 AM
- Join Date
- Jun 2005
- Woodland Park, Colorado, United States
I'd sooner vote for Billy Carter than B.O. Barry has no skills or experience to govern this great nation and his personal flaws and skewed belief system will NEVER represent more than 13% of the population.
B.O. is NOT qualified to be POTUS and the DUMS should be tried for treason to even allow this clown to get this close.
B.O. is positive proof that nothing is too low to which DUmmycRATS will stoop to drag our country down.:mad:
06-01-2008, 02:50 PM
For those interested, here is the fact checking link to “50 Lies” by Obama.
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