Liberal SOTU Response (Condensed Version)

Tuesday, 29 January, 2008

Gov. Sebelius

Won’t you please grab your ankles, Mr. President??

BTW, isn’t this the same woman who admitted to politicizing the Greensburg tornado? Why yes,  she is. GateWay Pundit has the details.

BTW-II, could somebody please tell me who all these “enemies” are that we’ve amassed in the last 8 years?


Question:

Monday, 28 January, 2008

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If this picture connects Abramoff to Bush, then why doesn’t this picture connect Tony Rezko to Hillary?

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News Flash: Maple Syrup Makes You Stupid

Monday, 28 January, 2008

From the Rutland (Vt.) Herald:

Brattleboro to vote on arresting Bush, Cheney

Long story short, a bunch of kooks in Brattleboro, Vt. seem to suffer from the delusion that anybody would want to visit their town, first of all. They want to have some sort of town law that if President Bush or VP Cheney ever visited their town, the police would arrest them for espionage, war crimes, blahblahblah yakety-smakity. You know, the usual liberal bullshit lines.

If passed, this would show that Brattleboro, Vt. has no interest in truth or evidence and will arrest people based solely on the hysterical ramblings of blithering idiots. Evidently, poeple can be arrested in Vermont based on the whims of the kooks without any evidence or truth.

What could be more Stalinist than that? Hey Vermont! Why bother with resolutions ordering the police to arrest people? Just put them on trial in absentia. Have some other poor slob you don’t like sitting in a chair in the courtroom with a Bush or Cheney name tag and let your frustrations fly. And they say Bush/Republicans are taking away our freedoms? One only has to look at the folks pointing their fingers to see who are TRULY taking away our freedoms.

In this case, it’s the “good” people of Vermont.

BTW, If I were Bush, I’d set up shop for a week in Brattleboro and see what happens. Word has it one of the motorcade suburbans has a .50 cal mounted inside.

HT: Drudge 


The New York Times endorses …

Thursday, 24 January, 2008

Clinton and McCain, if you care.


“If the Supreme Court agrees, that would be a landmark ruling”

Thursday, 24 January, 2008

Jan Crawford Greenburg reviews the Bush Administration’s brief in the forthcoming gun rights case.


Republicans: Don’t Let The Liberals Choose Your Candidate

Thursday, 24 January, 2008

From Queer Conservative:

All the hubbub in the mainstream media anointing John McCain as the front runner and the inevitable GOP candidate is under my skin in a big way. Especially considering his relatively poor showing in the caucuses and primaries. “Winning” a state with 30-something percent of the vote isn’t what counts, it’s the number delegates you take to the party convention. That means the Mitt Romney is the GOP front runner. But that doesn’t phase CNN, or the New York Times, or MSNBC. Nope, they’ve decided for you: McCain is your man.

But not so fast, say some conservative writers and pundits.

Read the rest here!


My Davos Question

Wednesday, 23 January, 2008

From ThatGayConservative:

So there’s this film thingy on YouTube called The Davos Question. Here’s the first clip:

So the question is “What one thing do you think that countries, companies or individuals must do to make the world a better place in 2008?”

Now my reply would be to ask what one thing has the Davos meeting done in the past to make the world a better place? What has the Davos meeting accomplished aside from being a huge networking party? Does one really need to jet off to Switzerland to “make the world a better place”?

That would be my Davos question(s) .


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