Posts Tagged ‘cindy mccain

18
Jun
09

SCARLET H (Hypocrisy) UPDATE – Repubs Vote No on War Funding

Scarlet H - Repubs - War fundingI’m starting a new series entitled “Scarlet H Update” about political hypocrisy, as I described in my last blog. I’m sure it will be a regular series, because now that there’s a Democrat in the White House, we’re sure to routinely witness Repubs again and again do the same things they chastised Democrats about while Bush was ruining the world.

I’ll probably have to start another series “Spineless Dems – WTF?!” and we might have an installment of that tomorrow.

In case you didn’t happen to read yesterday’s post in which I discuss the all-too-common combination of Republicans, adultery, and hypocrisy, the Scarlet H will now be applied to those who criticize one and then do the exact same thing down the line. It’s elementary, but you see, our politicians simply cannot stop themselves from issuing the almighty condemnation for actions they themselves pursue. While I would say this is a bipartisan problem, the majority of Scarlet H award winners are Rebubs for too many reasons to go into at this juncture.

Today, we focus on war funding.

Remember this little gem from the campaign trail in which Cindy McCain attacked Obama for voting against a war funding bill – which her husband had done earlier as well (I could only find a video of the ridiculousness enmeshed in a Hardball clip, but it’s at the beginning, so you don’t have to watch all the commentary if you don’t want to):

Cindy’s speech mimicked many attacks the Republicans have launched against Democrats should a leftie ever, ever decide to vote against a war fuding bill. Why would they do such a thing? You see extraneous funding are always attached to bills that guaranteed to pass – like a military funding bill. This is how many projects receive money. I’m not saying it is right. I’m saying this is how it is – whether a Democrat or Republican has been in the White House.

Well, it just so happens that a war funding bill has come across the laps of our Washington legislators – complete with the typical extraneous funding requests and guess what? The VAST majority of House Republicans voted against the lastest war funding bill June 16.

As Politico (whose piece I linked to above) points out:

In 2005, Rep. Tom Cole (R-Okla.) ripped Democrats who opposed the supplemental request, calling their position “immoral.” When war funding came up again in 2006, Cole took to the floor to say, “I would ask members to remember this is a vote about our willingness to support our servicemen and women and not about other policy issues.”

He voted no on the war funding Tuesday.

Even McCain said he is leaning against voting for the bill – I wonder who his wife would support on the campaign trail now.

The fact of the matter is that Republicans have railed against Democrats repeatedly, consistently in recent years when Democrats voted against war funding bills for the exact same reason Republicans are turning their backs on this piece of legislation.

In a flood of vitriol, Republicans hurdled accusations claiming the Democrats did not care for the troops, hated America, weren’t patriotic every time they Dems something stripped from a war funding bill.

Now Republicans are committing an act they had, as recently as the last presidential campaign, called a grievous sin.

There’s no honor, no dignity in politicizing the troops, which the Republicans do repeatedly when it serves their purpose. Then, to turn tail when the White House is blue, is a true bottom-feeder low. Despicable from all angles.

And don’t write any comments criticizing the legislation. I’m not defending the legislation. War funding bills have always had these tag-along items and only now are yellow-bellied Republicans standing against such legislation. Shameful.

And that’s why, today, Republicans get the H.

And talk about double standard, why isn’t Fox reporting on the lack of Republicans supporting the bill?

02
Nov
08

Top Ten Things I’m Looking Forward To After The Election

I used to think I wasn’t looking forward to the end of the campaign season. I’m a political junkie and this has been my amusement park, replete with nausea-inducing roller coaster and euphoric rivers of sugary foods. But, these last few weeks have offered the basic, boring repetition of the same stories over and over and over again: Obama’s probably going to bring it home, Republicans are trying to suppress votes – AGAIN, early voting lines are 50 hours long, McCain’s campaign sucks huge donkey balls, Palin’s literally foaming at the mouth over her 2012 chances and our economy has gone from the  shitter to the cesspool.

It’s like that torture method where they play the same song over and over at full volume. Enough already!! I need some new news and new opinion and something else to blog about. I want to know what John Edwards has been up to and who Obama is going to put in his cabinet and whether the Iraqi government is going to sign the agreement continuing the efforts of our troops in their country past the New Year. I want to hear about Alaska approval numbers of Palin plummeting (hopefully), the removal of Lieberman from his Senate chairmanship, if Jesse Jackson’s kid is going to replace Obama in the Senate.

There is so much other news out there and yet every website and every news channel has had the same story for the last two weeks and it is killing me. And words I thought I would never utter are now tapping the edge of of my brain and begging for release, “I can’t wait ’til it’s over!!” I’m so excited, I’ve concocted a top ten list of things Wednesday morning will herald much to my glee:

10. No longer seeing Nancy Pfotenhauer’s unnaturally upturned nose sit atop her lying mouth. Yeah, I said it.

9. No longer watching the absurd circus of Joe-the-plumber fame serve as a reminder that much of this country’s IQ sit’s below that 100 median.

8. No longer having all four candidates’ speeches memorized word for word, saying them under my breath as their aired, causing my husband to hang his head in silent shame.

7. Having other stimuli and activity in my life so that when my non-Obama-supporting mother calls and asks me what’s going on, I can say something other than “nothing” because I know she’ll change the subject or have to get bread out of the oven as soon as I mention politics. She’s resorted to talking about to me about college football lately (damn you, Texas Tech!) – a clear sign of her determination to find something in my universe apart from politics suitable for conversation.

6. No longer wondering what the hell color Cindy McCain’s hair is. A cross between platinum-blond and old-lady silver? It’s like a yellow highlighter on steroids. Makes my pupils hurt.

5. No longer having to yell, Serenity Now! Serenity Now! every time some damn McCain surrogate spews ridiculous lies and accusations that may very well be typical fodder for election season, but have caused a nearly-permanent vein to bulge from my forehead.

4. No longer watching lately unfunny SNL only for the political intros and priceless MacGruber sketches.

3. No longer simultaneously being disgusted with McCain and feeling sorry for him. Granted, this might not end after the election, but at least it won’t plague my waking thoughts.

2. No longer sitting through a Joe Biden speech with white knuckles, yelling No Whammies! No Whammies!

1. No longer spending hours upon hours pouring over every website, peering into every nook and cranny, searching under every rock and in every cave for some hidden nugget of new and insightful information on the state of the race and the nation and the economy. I haven’t seen the sun in weeks, my skin is translucent, I would be losing weight if I wasn’t self-medicating my stress with copious amounts of beer and wine. Christ, I almost don’t even want to waste time blogging over anxiety one more little revelation might be evading my attention. You know those camps in Asia where they send kids who have addictions to video games? If this election weren’t over soon, we’d need one for information-obsessed adults barely recognizable to their friends and family. I’d be ashamed, but you know what? Fuck that! I love this election!! And the politics! And the possibility! The argument and debate and practice of democracy – what will I do when it’s all over?! Did I say I want it to end? How could I say that?! I lied! I lied! I hope this never ends – NEVER!!!

10
Oct
08

Top Ten Anti-McCain Slogans III (McCain’s Fantasy Cabinet Included)

10. Lieberman: Old-man-creepy-pervy hasn’t been this out and about since before the Catholic priest scandal.

9. McCain & Palin Rallies: They’re actually Klan rallies new and improved for the 21st century! Sheets included next Tuesday!

8. Palin: Hypocrisy is an Olympic sport, don’tcha know?

7. McCain Campaign: If this Obama-is-a-terrorist thing doesn’t start working, maybe we can link him to the lead-in-toys-from-China debacle…

6. Palin: I just gotta remember, “Noun, verb, subject. Noun, verb, subject.” Repeat as necessary…or not so much, wink, nudge, nudge!

5. ReinMcCaination NecroBushia: McCain’s utilization of Bush’s old campaign to win an election at the exact same time everyone really, really hates Bush.

4. Palin: Loving American enough to secede from it.

3. If this election doesn’t come soon, Cindy McCain’s perma-smile is going to cause her face to shatter so violently, the entire space-time continuum will reverse and history will go backwards like when you press rewind on the VCR.

2. McCain makes being a democrat the latest thing to make white guys look cool since listening to rap music.

1. Hey Repubs, I hope shit tastes as good as it feels to serve it!

Bonus: I had so much fun coming up with McCain’s Fantasy Supreme Court, I decided I’d appoint his Cabinet members.

McCain’s Fantasy Cabinet (McCain’s own commentary included in parentheses):

  • Department of Agriculture: Toby Keith   (Toby Keith -> country -> land -> agriculture. yeah, yeah…)
  • Department of Commerce: Old Man Henley, Cindy McCain’s dad   (hey, anyone who can turn an amateur mob connection and a couple prison stints into a beer fortune can give me business advice any day.)
  • Department of Defense: Yosemite Sam   (heehee)
  • Department of Energy: Rush Limbaugh   (hell, he alone has enough hot air to make us energy independent tomorrow.)
  • Department of Health & Human Services: Dr. Kervorkian   (since we’re going to make it harder for people to get health care anyway…)
  • Department of Homeland Security: John Wayne   (sigh. i wished i looked cool in a cowboy hat, too.)
  • Department of Housing & Urban Development: Leona Helmsley   (that shit she said about only poor people paying taxes sure made me laugh and everyone knows i gotta kickass sense of humor, you little jerk Tom Brokaw)
  • Department of the Interior: (what’s this? a decorator for the White House? i don’t have time for this shit.)
  • Department of Justice: John Hagee   (i hear his god smites gay people with hurricanes and that’s good enough for me, goddammit sumofabitch.)
  • Department of Labor: Kunta Kinte   (gotta have a black guy in the Cab so’s everyone doesn’t think my attacks on Obama were racist and xenophobic. what does xenophobic mean again? i just read that word the other day when i was sittin’ on the john for a half hour. screw metamucil!)
  • Department of State: Sean Hannity   (“America is the best, greatest country god god has ever given man on the face of the Earth!” Fuckin’ A, dude! Who wants to shotgun a Coors?!)
  • Department of Transportation: The Little Engine That Could (that’s for you, joe sixpack, becky homecky, hockey pockey, and whoever else palin’s winkin’ at.)
  • Department of Treasury: Carly Fiorina (no, she blew it) Meg Whitman (no, too ugly) Warren Buffett (hell no, i was just kiddin’) Rex Tillerson (maybe) James Mulva (reminds me of a Seinfeld episode) John Thain (maybe…hmmm…who else have i been grabbin’ my ankles for…?)
  • Department of Veterans Affairs:  (i’ll just do this one myself. i mean, i know how to win wars and i know how to capture osama bin laden and i know the difference between a tactic and a strategy and i know everything in the whole wide world besides the internet, google, and email, so mcnasty will just handle this one himself, k, chief?)

And, in case you missed my previous anti-mccain slogans:

top ten anti-mccain slogan I

top ten anti-mccain funnies

top ten anti-mccain slogans II

09
Oct
08

Questions for McCain, Palin and Cindy McCain

I’m working on a major energy blog I hope to post tomorrow, but have been pulled from those efforts by the continuing call by McCain and Palin for Obama to answer questions about his relationship with Ayers – which has been looked into ad nauseam.

McCain, Palin, and recently-enlisted attack dog Cindy McCain should put on their own honesty caps and enlighten us in a few gray areas regarding their past.

I took the privilege of posting a few questions I would like 100% honest, in-depth answers to by our beloved Republican hopefuls. If they’re calling for questions to be answered, perhaps they should pony up a few themselves and take the plank out of their eyes. I mean, if we’re really being honest…

Questions for McCain:

  1. Why did you inappropriately accept funds from Charles Keating?
  2. Why did you sign legislation impeding attempts to release records about POWs left behind in Vietnam?
  3. Why do you think you’d be a cool hand at the tiller when you are an infamous rage-a-holic who regularly pokes people in their chest when you are angry?
  4. Why have you courted the Religious Right after terming them “agents of intolerance” after the 2000 presidential primaries?
  5. What is your relationship with Gordon Liddy?
  6. Why did you serve on the board for the U.S. Council for World Freedom, which is tied to right-wing death squads who tried to overthrow the government in Nicaragua?
  7. Why did you not vote against a bill that would ban the CIA from using waterboarding?
  8. Do you believe Sarah Palin is more qualified to be president than Joe Lieberman, Tom Ridge, Mitt Romney, Lindsey Graham, Kay Bailey-Hutchison, Meg Whitman, Tim Pawlenty?
  9. Why did you obtain a marriage license to your second wife before the marriage with your first wife was over?
  10. Do you believe the surge of troops in Iraq was more affective at quelling the violence than Sunni payoffs and new strategic operations by the military?
  11. Knowing what you know now, would you approve the invasion of Iraq and the resulting deaths of over 4,000 American troops and hundreds of thousands of Iraqis?
  12. Why have you filled your campaign with former Bush cronies?

Questions for Palin:

  1. Why have you not been fully honest about your involvement in Troopergate?
  2. Does your husband love American as much as you do and, if so, why did he belong to an Alaskan secessionist movement?
  3. Why did you use personal emails for most of your online communication regarding your government operations?
  4. Why did you spend half your nights as governor of Alaska in your home in Wasilla, 600 miles away from the capital of Juneau and then charge the taxpayers for most of those home stays?
  5. Why did the government pay for the travel of your husband and children?
  6. Why have you appointed clearly unqualified people to your cabinet in Alaska?
  7. Do you believe abstinence-only education is effective?
  8. What is the capital of Venezuela?

Questions for Cindy McCain:

  1. Do you know that John McCain voted against funding the troops?
  2. Do you think that if Michelle Obama had a prescription drug addiction in the past, Obama would still be the Democratic nominee for president?
  3. Why have you not acknowledged your half-sisters in public?
  4. Why have you not given any of the millions of dollars in inheritance your father left you to you father’s other daughter, who only received around $10,000 after your father’s death?
  5. Why did your father have mob ties and serve time in prison?
  6. Do you actually believe Barack Obama’s campaign is dirtier than that of your husband?

I’m going to gag on the hypocrisy.

05
Sep
08

Reaction to Night 4 of the Repub Convention (blow by blow)

Three Words: SARAH PALIN HANGOVER

That was bad. That was worse than the first three nights of the Democratic Convention. In fact, last night makes the Democrats look like they were partying like it was 1999. Undoubtedly, it was Sarah Palin’s Convention. She owned that sucker and only way last night was going to top Wednesday was if we started seeing pigs twirl through the stratosphere. In the words of Dana Carvery impersonating Bush I, “Not gonna happen.” I even started to feel bad for the speakers, like – really, really bad for them.

Let’s start with Lindsey Graham.

He’s like the Dick Clark of the Senate with the never-aging thing; he still looks just like a frat boy playing politician. God bless him, trying to get that sleepy crowd going – he was more fired up than the majority of the Democratic speakers last week, but the Sarah Palin hangover hit that nursing home crowd like a ton of morphine. He gave it the good ‘ol college try and attacked Obama for failing to acknowledge the surge’s success, which Obama had done earlier on – egads – Bill O’Reilly and said, “(Refering to the surge) I’ve already said it succeeded beyond our wildest dreams.” More Republican lies. Now, for my Repub friends out there – just cause I point this out doesn’t mean Democrats don’t lie, it’s just that this specifically was a lie. Falsehood. Tall Tale. You get the picture.

Another lie is the propagation that the reduced violence in Iraq is because of the surge. It’s not. It’s because we’re paying off Sunni militias. The mainstream media has largely cooperated in spreading this misinformation because it’s politically incorrect to say the truth. The only time I’ve ever heard mention of the Sunni payments was by Peter Gergen on CNN. The MSM just let the Repubs have this one. It’s called a “media blackout” or “bending over.” The Dems don’t deem it politically expedient to present an honest assesment of the reduced violence either – so they just give it to the Repubs even though it is one of their strongest arguments in the quest for reelection.

Lindsey Graham did have a bright moment of cleverness when he used Barack’s line for his own purposes, “It’s not that Barack Obama doesn’t get it (military, Iraq War), it’s that he doesn’t care.” That was really a “take that!” line and pretty successful. I give him props all the way.

Sarah Palin Video

Then came the Sarah Palin video, narrated by John Voight, and we were treated to what? 5? minutes of that horrifying synthizer in the background. It was almost as bad as that shrieking violin score in “There Will Be Blood.” Jesus – it was bad. Other than that the video was OK. Bland.

Tom Ridge

The crowd was dead for poor ol’ Tom. And I like him with that teeny little mouth of his. He had a good line, “You run to win. You win to govern.” Then he spoke about negotiating from a position of strength. Which is funny because our economy growth has slowed down and the Repubs not only want to continue with the Bush policies that weaken our economy, the Religioners are in the throws of attacking science, calling for Creationism to be taught in schools. Just ask Sarah Palin. Dumbing down our children (ahem, the future) and refusing to give tax breaks to alternative energy development – the industry that might just kick start this economy and keep us globally competetive – will insure that our dominance will wane, our strength will diminish and all of the “Might Makes Right” ideology will go down the pooper. Good job there, Repubs. Way to cut off your nose to spite your face. Makes me proud.

Then I laughed because the song “Right Now” by Van Halen came over the speakers and I remembered Van Halen was already pissed that the McCain campaign had used their tunes on the campaign trail. Tee-hee! And now Heart is mad that the McCain campaign is using their song “Barracuda” in reference to Palin.

Cindy McCain’s Video

Oh the horror! Forget more cowbell, they gave us more synthesizer! Please, anybody – is there not some seasoned filmmaker willing to help the Repubs out with these biographical presentations. Anybody? Anybody? Bueller? Gary Sinise – have you no enthusiasm? No inflection? That was the worst narrating job since Chelsea Clinton narrarated her mom’s video at the Dem shindig!

Kathleen Portalski, Cindy McCains sister

Kathleen Portalski, Cindy McCain's sister

Of course, the video left out Cindy’s dad’s first wife, his mob ties and stint in prison. And when Gary Sinise said, “She got all the attention of her father,” I’m sure Hensley’s other daughter, Kathleen Portalski, cringed wherever she was. I just laughed at the moment where John and Cindy met and the script read, “a handsome captain introduced himself.” See, that was funny because they meant to say, “a handsome captain, who was married and a father of three, introduced himself.” Those Repubs and their memory!

Cindy McCain

I wanted to like the speech, I did! And maybe I would have if it wasn’t the most painful speech to watch since that of Kathleen Sebelius. Even my sister called me to say, “Are you gagging??” Yes, yes I was. She gave the whole speech like she was telling me my grandpa just died. I was going into a coma, my insides pleading, “Just get on to John, for the love of everything that is good and holy!!” Mark Salter, you are fired! Stick to writing books, buddy, and save us all the pain of our brains bleeding out our ears.

John McCain Video

What do you know? More synthesizer. My finger sat there, itching over the mute button. But I persevered. The theme was “Change.” How original.

John McCain

Wooohooooo! Green screen!! I bet somebody got yelled out for that. hehe. See what had happened was…a few months ago, when Obama won the primary fight, McCain gave a speech in front of a green backdrop and was pilloried across the lands for the assault it gave the viewers’ eyeballs. Well, last night – the big screen displaying slides for the crowd inside the Xcel Center displayed this picture behind him:

Thanks to TPM for finding that one. No, it’s not one of his homes. It is some middle school. Anyhoo, during the close-ups of him, it gave him a plain green backdrop and was hysterical to those of us who have no lives and subsist on political coverage and slim jims and remember the episode from a few months ago.

He gave Obama his respect at the beginning of the speech, which was dumb because it’s hollow and EVERYONE knows it. Pander. Then the protestors came in, which too bad, because he worked hard for that moment and deserved it. He did do much better with the teleprompter this time, even though he still sucked donkey balls, but, hey, fish out of water. He just wants to get to the debates and we all know it.

He brought up the whole “I’d rather lose an election than lose a war” line again, which is so bogus because EVERYONE would rather lose an election than lose a war. Who wants to lose a war? Really? No one. The whole idea just plays to the mindless who think your character is determined by how many flags you wave and how many “support the troops” magnets you can put on your car. We ALL support the troops. We ALL want to win the war! Especially the NECESSARY war!

Then the litany of Republican economic policies began, which differed his speech from all the rest during

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the Repub Convention. The first substance of the whole week and what does he give us? The same ol’ Republican economic verbage: open markets, school vouchers, lamenting bureaucrats standing in the way of the American Dream. Newsflash: it’s not bureaucrats standing in the way, it’s unethical corporate behavior. Still, nothing here to attract Independent voters. And wasn’t that the whole point? I forgot what the point was while watching the Sarah Palin Lifetime Movie.

Of course, he marched out the POW story. He’s been winning elections with that gem since 1982. But, I have to tell you, I am POWed out! I had Vietnam Vet teachers shape parts of my youth and heard the horrific stories, but the fact that I – me – could give you a riveting, detailed and specific account of John McCain’s POW experience has cheapened the history of it and blunted it as a political tool. Sure it can still bring tears to those who can personally relate, but riding it over and over again into public office has made the rest of us cynical. At least those of us who are honest about it. “I wasn’t my own man anymore, I was my country’s.” Paging Mark Salter. Get a new line.

ABC’s Karen Travers and I had the same reaction to McCain’s call for people to make the country a better one. McCain said, “Comfort the afflicted. Defend the rights of the oppressed. Our country will be the better, and you will be the happier. Because nothing brings greater happiness in life than to serve a cause greater than yourself.” Karen said, “If a community organizer isn’t someone “defend(ing) the rights of the oppressed,” or getting involved to correct the mistakes of government, what is it?” I said, No Shit, Sherlock – what the hell do you think a community organizer does?? Community organizers have fully responded to the attacks on them by Repubs, which you can read here. But, if you’re really a masochist, you can read conservative commentator Michelle Malkin’s piece on why it’s just Obama’s community organizing that was “a joke.”

Then the whole thing ended to the tune of a country song with the lyrics “We’re all just raisin’ McCain!” And I thought claims about Sarah Palin having more experience than Obama made me gag. No. That song made me G.A.G. And roll my eyes with the elitest thought, That song sucked ass!

Basically the speech was a Sam’s Club speech for a Sam’s Club audience. Don’t get me wrong, I love Sam’s Club and all the big bottles of Ranch salad dressing, but that speech was not going to turn on anyone who isn’t already in McCain’s shirt pocket. I don’t know that it was meant to – he knows teleprompter speeches are not his forté and is probably chomping at the bit to get Obama into that debate hall.

I’m just glad the conventions are over and I can watch The Daily Show at its regular time instead of TIVOing it.

Basically, you can sum up the Republican Convention with just a few general terms: Iraq Victory, Straight Talk, POW, OBAMA BAD, BUSH BAD, Same Ol’, Same Ol’, Change facade (pronouced “fah-kaid”), SARAH PALIN. Good job, Repubs! Pat on the back! But you can still suck it.

01
Sep
08

Amoral Republican Ticket

Wow.

John McCain, the adulterer, obtained a marriage license for his second marriage before his first marriage was over. His first wife, disfigured in a life-threatening car accident while he was a POW, gave him a trouble-free divorce after John agreed to pay her medical bills for her life. Or, after Cindy agreed to pay her medical bills for life. McCain was also one of five senators bribed by Charles Keating to help protect his Lincoln Savings and Loan Association from investigations by the Federal Home Loan Bank Board.

Cindy’s father was an ex-con who made money in beer distributing and was looking for some legitimacy on the Arizona social scene, which led to Cindy’s marriage to John. Cindy says she was an only child even though she has two half-sisters. The daughter of her father, Kathleen Portalski was at the Hensley home regularly for birthdays and holidays and Cindy’s father even gave Portalski away at her wedding. For some strange reason, Cindy’s father left Portalski out of his will except for a few thousand bucks. Cindy has never offered to share her father’s fortune with her father’s other daughter or even acknowledge her, but John’s son from his previous marriage, Andrew, is Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Hensley & Company. Cindy had an addiction to painkillers in the late 80’s and early 90’s and had a doctor at her non-profit write illegal prescriptions to feed her addiction.

Sarah Palin is under investigation for having the boss of her brother-in-law fired after he would not fire her brother-in-law who was embroiled in a difficult divorce with Palin’s sister. Now, Palin’s 17 year-old daughter is pregnant despite Palin being an advocate of abstinence-only education, which has been proven not to work – as illustrated in Palin’s own case. So, Palin has an infant son with Down Syndrome and a five-month pregnant daughter in high school and thinks she should be spending her time campaigning for McCain rather than focusing on her family.

The Republicans have really offered up some winners this year.

Now, the Conservatives will claim again and again as each of these little landmines emerge that these private affairs have no bearing on their ability to lead the country.

Do you think they would have the same reaction if even a fraction of private poor-judgment was shown on the Democratic side? Remember how they tried to tear Clinton limb from limb? If John Edwards were on our ticket, those fundamentalists would be throwing stones from their glass houses without hesitation.

How hyprocritical, yet typical, that in the face of all these unchristian activities by those who head their political party, the Conservatives and Republicans ignore these issues, sweep them under the rug or even congratulate these people.

McCain’s slogan is “Country First” yet he completely abdicated such values when he chose Palin – the political equivalent of a second-grader – for his running-mate because he thought her uterus could help him win yet knew her empty head wouldn’t challenge him. He did not put Country First, he put his own political ambitions first.

Repubs – open your eyes for chrissakes. It’s time stop lying and ignoring and have the strength to call a spade a spade. McCain is not only bad for your party, he’s bad for the country and the sooner you realize this the sooner you can stop perpetrating these attacks on the American way of life and the American Dream by electing unConstitutional, amoral douchebags like Bush, Cheney, McCain and, now, Palin.

20
Feb
08

Michelle Could Totally Take Cindy

Did any of you catch the ridiculous non-news story receiving an inordinate amount of air time on the cable news stations?

Michelle Obama says, “For the first time in my adult lifetime, I’m really proud of my country … not just because Barack has done well, but because I think people are hungry for change,” she said. “I have been desperate to see our country moving in that direction and just not feeling so alone in my frustration and disappointment.”

Cindy McCain unnecessarily counters with, “I just wanted to make the statement that I have and always will be proud of my country.”

First of all, in a death-match between ‘Chelle and Cindy, my money’s totally on Michelle. Have you seen her thighs?? I do have to say, though, that I’ve always gotten this Stepford Wife vibe from Cindy with and S&M twist. She really looks like she uses a cat ‘o nine tails in the night-time, right? And John has proven he can take the pain; so their marriage really makes sense, if you think about it.

Secondly, I applaud Michelle’s comments because I think it’s time we stop acting like idiot drones, brainwashed as children by the everyday repetition of the Pledge of Allegiance and “My Country, ‘Tis of Thee.” Pride in America does not a good person make. I’m sure Rush Limbaugh is very proud of his country and you know he’s on the Express Way to Hell. I’m sure Ron Paul has oodles of pride – but I wouldn’t touch that pro-militia, anti-semitic, anti-gay, gun wielding, wannabee abortion shooter of a mess with a ten-foot pole.

We were born here, we didn’t not choose to come here. Pride should be earned, and not simply exist to prove you are better than another. Get a grip! Michelle is feeling what many are, inexplicably or otherwise, that the public has, for the first time in a long time, demanded a changing of the guards. That deserves pride. Not simply following the status-quo or altering political opinions to get elected – as McCain has done readily since his humiliating defeat to Goober Bush in 2000. That’s not American or anything deserving of praise or pride. And I should know. I’m an expert. I was born here.




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