Deciders

September 5, 2008

Where’s the Pin?

My friend and fellow Dem Casey alerted me to the fact that John McBush was not wearing a flag lapel pin Wednesday night when he came onstage during the Sarah Palin love-in. Just another slip up by the bush league McSame campaign team, I figured. Tonight (Thursday), McBush’s handlers chose to send him on stage without a flag pin- again!

I’ve never been a big American flag lapel pin guy. I don’t feel that pins or bumper stickers prove one’s patriotism. But after months of       (r)epuke attacks against Obama for having the nerve to appear in public without one, I am amazed that John McCain took the stage tonight pinless. Who the hell runs this campaign of his?

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July 22, 2008

Lost In Translation?…Nope!

"The voice on the audio tape calling for withdrawal is not mine. It's that damned Rich Little again. His impersonation of me is almost as good as his W. I would never say such a thing."

"The voice on the audio tape calling for withdrawal is not mine. It's that damned Rich Little again. His impersonation of me is almost as good as his W. I would never say such a thing."

Nouri al-Maliki was NOT misquoted. He really does think it’s time for us to begin “standing down”. Bush and Co. must have needed a vacation from the strenuous task of spinning bad news 24/7 so they decided to outsource a bit of it to Iraq’s Prime Minister. Problem is, when something is recorded, it’s hard to make the argument that you never said it.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3036677/#25789333

July 20, 2008

Now that al-Maliki wants us out, What is the Republican Party’s position on troop withdrawal?

"Now you listen to me, Al (Maliki). I'm the Decider and I decide what's best for you, for me, for all."

"Now you listen to me, Al (Maliki). I'm the Decider and I decide what's best for you, for me, for all."

 

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/maliki_obama

Should we stay or should we go? Since it appears that the Iraqis are “standing up”, isn’t it time for us to “stand down”? Oh no, my mistake. That was LAST election’s RNC talking point. I’ll wager that the republican party line on the Sunday morning talk shows goes a little something like this…”So much has changed since the stand up/stand down mantra was introduced. The Iraqis don’t realize the danger they’re in. Only Bush/Cheney/McCain can protect them. If we withdraw from Iraq and Obama is elected (gasp!), our children will be raised in an Arabic-speaking U.S.A and Israel will be wiped off the map”.

The repubber fear machine will be full throttle in no time now- guaranteed.

July 17, 2008

Please don’t vote for a Democrat?

It was only a matter of time before we’d have to look at nonsense like this..

Please don't try to scare us. We're smarter than that now.

Please don't try to scare us. We're smarter than that now.

Some fear monger named Mike Meehan of St. Cloud, FL has paid for billboards bearing this image around Orlando. Mike fancies himself a musician and has recorded and released “The Republican Song”…
As the video proves, Merle Haggard he is not. But it isn’t Meehan’s lack of musicianship that scares me most, it is his message. Does Mr. Meehan truly believe that 9/11 is the fault of Democrats? Shame on Mike Meehan for invoking the tragedy of 9/11 in an attempt to strike fear in the hearts of malleable voters and advance his misguided political views. Mike Meehan is pond scum.
Hop back up on that tractor and shut your mouth.

Hop back up on that tractor and shut your mouth.

July 16, 2008

You Decide, then discuss. Better yet, discuss then decide.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkQDbfF4RqA&feature=related

Should insurance companies cover birth control for women and/or Viagra for men? One might deduce that the two are interrelated, then again, one might not. That is the purpose of this discussion. Let’s decide.

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