Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Have A Laugh at their Expense: Humiliation Debation Republican Style!

Yes, another Bushism. These idiots like Bush think being President is all about whoever can sound like the biggest fool and tell the best one liners. Like you I wake up every day and I feel like Bill Murray on Groundhog Day! I feel trapped in the spin cycle of a washing machine. This morning the radio alarm went off and the first thing mentioned was the Republican Debate sideshow I managed to ignore last night. I haven't been able to find anything yet but the Late night Comedians must have had a ball with this last night or will that be tonight?
The Debate was a farce but be careful, there are many who think this is all another joke, ignore all this Bush style idiocy, and willvote for one of these idiots. We cannot afford this to happen again. I thought the first Debate was a bad joke but if you can listen to this and some of the one liners.
Giuliani won the strongest applause of Tuesday night's first-in-the-South Republican primary debate when he took exception to Texas Rep. Ron Paul's suggestion that the United States' interventionist policy invited the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. I happen to agree with him but of course McCain backed up Giuliani.
He said he thought Giuliani's intercession was appropriate and excellent. He stupidly said he really appreciated it because we should never believe that we brought on this conflict. What the hell do these idiots think? After years of abuse in their eyes they are now going to have payback for discounting them, taking their resources, dividing their lands etc. No, we did nothing! One of the highlights of the debate came when Paul said the United States has been bombing Iraq for 10 years and doesn't understand how the Middle East operates. Again I had to agree with him.
Rep. Ron Paul rightly pointed out that Right now, we're building an embassy in Iraq that is bigger than the Vatican. We're building 14 permanent bases. What would we say here if China was doing this in our country or in the Gulf of Mexico? We would be objecting," Paul said in explaining his opposition to going to war in Iraq. "They are delighted that we're over there because Usama bin Laden has said, 'I'm glad you're over on our sand because we can target you so much easier.' They have already now since that time they've killed 3,400 of our men and I don't think it was necessary," he continued. Giuliani of course wanted a retraction but I happen to think Paul was partially right and those idiots just laugh it off.
Rep Tom Tancredo was right too. Tancredo took another shot at fellow GOP candidates when he said he is surprised at the number of conversions toward his tough position on illegal immigration as well as abortion and gun control. Again I have to agree, the flip flopping as they call it when it is Democrats is just amazing. To me you have to be able to change your mind to be a good Politician. Now Republicans all say that is all it is in "their" case.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee also was able to slip in a criticism of the congressional members at the debate, saying Congress has "spent money like John Edwards at a beauty shop," a slam on the Democratic presidential candidate who earned unwanted scrutiny for spending $400 of campaign money on a haircut. It was a one-up to McCain, who had quipped earlier that he has spoken with sailors who take offense at being accused of ever being so drunk as to spend as much as Congress. McCain said. "We let spending go out of control. We spent money like a drunken sailor. Although I never knew a sailor — drunk or sober — with the imagination of my colleagues."
Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore tried to attract some attention by calling out so-called conservatives for taking non-conservative positions. Prodded to name names, Gilmore referred to "Rudy McRomney," combining the names of McCain, Giuliani and Romney. Gilmore cited Giuliani's position on abortion rights, Huckabee's decision to raise taxes in Arkansas and Romney's mandate requiring universal health care while he served as the governor of Massachusetts. The only thing these idiots agreed upon is what should have been a joke and that is they all think we should have another tax cut. WTF?,2933,272719,00.html
This Farce serves to highlight the fact that America cannot afford to let these jokesters finish destroying our America. We have got to put an end to their destructive dirty Politics so we can successfully move into the future and rebuild our America Bush has steadfastly destroyed and these idiots want to finish off. I am confident that we will be able to take back our America in 2008 because many are seeing through this joking idiocy and realize we cannot survive much more of this mismanagement.

James Joiner
Gardner Ma

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