"I don't read anything negative into Clinton's
observation. Bill has done so much for race relations
and inclusion, I would tend not to read a negative
scenario into his comments." -- Jessy Jackson, asking "What
the fuck?" when the Black community
bat-shit crazy when Clinton dared to mention his name in Carolina,
Excerpt: Long seen as the "forgotten war" eclipsed by
Iraq in U.S. priorities, Afghanistan is in the
Washington spotlight this week with the release
of three independent reports concluding
that without a change in U.S. policy there, the
erstwhile sanctuary of Osama bin Laden
would remain a failed state. After spending $25
billion over six years to try to defeat the
Taliban, which is now a growing presence in large
parts of the country. The Taliban is now
setting off more bombs - including one in Kabul's
fanciest hotel on January 14 that killed
eight people - and fueling its insurgency with
profits from the opium trade. (Last year, they
produced 93% of the world's supply.) The declining
security situation saw foreign investment
in Afghanistan fall by 50% last year.
The Taliban is also killing more Americans:
Everything Bush has touched has had the same result
- total failure.
Yet the GOP and talk radio and the networks &
papers still praise his greatness.
"Democrats spend all their time attacking each
other and giving Republicans new talking points for the campaign to come.
We're going to get 4 more years of Republican lies and incompetence from a
71 year old, not because he deserves it, but because the Dems are giving it to him." -- abluevoice, Link
Our party could be 100% united, but Obama wants what he wants
and he wants it NOW.
In a saner time, the fresh-faced newcomer would work to help the leading
but Obama feels like he's the most qualified person in the country
to lead the planet.
Excerpt: The WaHoPo
deserves special mention for its idiotic 1,300-word piece on his haircut,
and Richard Cohen and Michael Dobbs both called
him a liar and presented no evidence.
The editorial board attacked him constantly.
The New York Whore
Times also went in for
the "How can you care about poor people when
you're so rich?" line of questioning, and
Maureen Dowd was her usual awful, substanceless
self, helping to set the tone for the rest,
to the shame of all of us."
I like/liked Edwards, I could've/would've voted
for him, but how did he get so screwed?
I'll bet if you stopped 100 people on the street
and asked them who John Edwards was,
I'll bet around 75 would say "No
idea" and 25 might say,
"That's John Edwards." and when asked if they could name something about
him, 15 of that 25 would say,
"Is he the guy with the $400 haircut?"
Here was one man trying his best to help those
with least and he couldn't even get (scroll)
the time of day from poor people, much less the
whore media that's paid to lie.
Could he have been one street-savvy advisor away from winning?
...was pretty boring, and that's bad news for
It might've been his last, best chance to make
a splash while everyone was watching.
CNN says they'll do another debate in late February
- if Obama is still in the race.
He probably will be because the media will prop
him up to create a "race."
Y'know, when Obama's not whining about the Clintons,
I like him.
He had a few good shots against the GOP last
I think he'll make a great president once gets some more experience.
"I find it incredible that Hillary received
750,000 votes more than McCain without even trying. She outpaced Obama by 250,000
and Matthews was like "So what!" Yet when Obama wins SC with over 50% of the
vote being African American the praise is heaped upon him like it was
the greatest accomplishment ever. That goes for Huffpost too. Hillary's victories
are always minimized. But whenever Obama gets an endorsement its
WOW! Amazing!!" --
Yes, it's true.
The whore press LOVES Obama and they can't stand Hillary.
Suddenly, some Democrats believe every word the whore media feeds
Excerpt: Finally, Anderson closed by asking if Reagan
were alive, would he endorse their candidacy?
The candidates cited Reagan 42 times in an hour
and a half.
McCain trotted out his "foot soldier" in the
"Reagan revolution" line three times.
Romney found an artful way to say Reagan would
have opposed McCain's immigration bill.
You see, Reagan had tried a similar tack, failed,
and by now would have learned from his mistake.
As the debate broke up, CNN promoed "The Ronald
Reagan I Knew,"
that night's special Larry King episode on the
CNN can get higher ratings if Anderson Cooper blows Reagan on the air.
People with money
watch those Hero-Worship Reagan Horseshit Reports.
Wait, did you see in the GOP debate where Romney said,
"Ronald Reagan would've kept our forces in
Iraq," but is that the truth?
History shows Reagan ran like a little girl when the going
Osama says that's the day he found out America
would run from a fight.
Excerpt: Royal Dutch Shell has been forced onto the defensive
after its record profits
sparked calls for a windfall tax and complaints
from motorists about soaring pump prices.
While investors fretted about whether the $27.6bn
profits masked deep problems facing
the world's second largest non-government oil
company, Shell received a barrage of
complaints that its earnings were "obscene".
The annual profits, which were up 9%, are a record
for a European listed company
and were driven by last year's soaring oil price,
which averaged $90 a barrel.
The company's chief executive, Jeroen van der
Veer, said the figures were "satisfactory."
They did this because they knew they were invulnerable as long as the
was there to protect them. After all, oil profits for the super-rich
is why we got this:
Tonight I watched the Democratic debates. Last
night I watched the Republican debates.
What struck me is that the Democrats talk about
the real problems and real solutions facing America.
On the Republican side all they talked about was
money and the petty stuff. I can see why as
America votes that the Democrats are excited
about their choices and are out voting the
Republicans in every contest. With the Democrats
it's about which candidate you like the best.
With the Republicans it's about which candidate
offends you the least.
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"Apparently, part of the reason why Teddy embraced
Obama was because of a perceived slight at the Kennedy family's civil
rights legacy by Hillary. Sources say Kennedy was privately furious at Clinton for
her praise of LBJ for getting the Civil Rights Act accomplished. Teddy felt
Clinton's LBJ comments were an implicit slight of his brother, who first proposed the landmark
civil rights initiative in a famous televised civil rights address in June 1963.
One anonymous source described Kennedy as having a "meltdown" in reaction
to Clinton's comments." -- Mary Ann Akers, Link
"So, Ted's endorsement has nothing to do with
Obama's credentials. Ted is just getting even. That is pretty
childish." -- Jack NY, Link
"We need someone who can bring people together. People want to new day and a new generation." -- Teddy, lying about his reasons for supporting Obama?,
So Teddy, with 46
years in the senate, says we need change?
Is this a joke?
It's so easy to backstab a Clinton, even when they did nothing wrong.
She said, "It took a president to get it done,"
and she was right.
Face it, dude- you hate that upity nigger.
You think he ought to know his part of the pantation
and bow his head when
that bitter white bitch from Chicago prances
bye, especially since she movved
to Arkansas a learned how to poperly treat the
colored folk, down there.
Actually, I think two years in the business makes
Obama too green to run.
You think he's better equipt than Hillary, Biden,
Dodd, Richardson etc?
Besides, the whole damn county owes you a Hillary
so that you can resolve your bizarre dady-issues
with Bill, the man that
should have fling his DNA on YOUR blue dress.
I do not own any dresses.
8 more years of Clinton drama in the White House
might finaly get you that opportunty
to slong his dong, so that you can finally give
up the patheticimportent rage you have felt
since those big bad Repulbicans put that unworthy
rsdneck in his place with impeechment
(there is going to be that asterask next to his
name FOREVEr,you know- he'll always be
the loser that got impeeched, even 2000 or 1,000
years from now . you can't change that shit, can you, you irrelavant fuck?!?!?!??!)
I'll give you a car if you can diagram that sentence
on a blackboard.
I don't know why I'm wasting my time writing this
- you don't have the BALLS to print it.
ha ha Everybody likes Monkey Mail!
You can use the e-mails from dipshit that write
you every day but you leave out
the good stuff- you aren't smart
or sofisticatd enough to respondd.
Excerpt: In six years as a member of the Wal-Mart board
of directors, between 1986 and 1992,
Hillary Clinton existed as the world's largest
retailer waged a major campaign against
labor unions seeking to represent store workers.
Clinton has been endorsed for president by more
than a dozen unions, according to her
campaign Web site, which omits any reference
to her role at Wal-Mart.
Wal-Mart's anti-union efforts were headed by one
of Clinton's fellow board members,
John Tate, a Wal-Mart VP who also served on the
board with Clinton for four of her six years.
Then it went on to list The Crimes of Tate, as
if he was following Hillary's orders.
She's responsible for everyone who worked for
the world's largest retailer?
So, I wonder what Obama was doing
in the eighties?
"Barack grew up with his mother in Hawaii, and for a few years in
Indonesia. Later, he moved to New York, where he graduated from
Columbia University in 1983."
Whoa, can you run thru that period a little faster?
What about the parts of Obama's past that we're
not allowed to talk about?
Why are we looking at Hillary's 80s, but not
Is the past a "legit" way to attack Hillary but
"off limits" for Obama?
"Two thirds of Bush's constituents think he's
doing a lousy job, four out of five crave a new direction, American troops are
bogged down in Iraq, al Qaeda and the Taliban are on the rebound, the U.S. economy
is tanking -- you'd think maybe Bush would be experiencing some moments of
self-doubt by now. It would only be human. But no, Bush continues to display an
inexplicable cockiness." -- Dan Froomkin,
still loves me and Russert, and FOX News...
"We must ask, therefore, whether it is wise
to allow the instruments of social communication to be exploited for indiscriminate
'self-promotion' or to end up in the hands of those who use them to manipulate
consciences. Should it not be a priority to ensure that they remain at the
service of the person and of the common good Today, communication seems increasingly
to claim not simply to represent reality, but to determine it,
owing to the power and the force of suggestion that it possesses." -- Pope Benny the Rat,
making no sense at all, Link
Bart, Clinton was impeached because that's how
the feral republican animals operate.
They were attacking him during the 1992 campaign
and throughout his presidency.
But they had nothing on him. Nothing stuck. Then
he handed them an issue - Monica.
They gleefully impeach him - he retains his popularity
- but has a falling out with Gore,
doesn't campaign for him and the rest is history
horribillis! Don't you think Clinton could
have put Gore over the top in Florida and several
other contested states?
Sure, Clinton's approval was in the seventies
and Gore chose to ignore him.
Gore made a boatload of mistakes in 2000, that
was just one of them.
That's why Clinton is the worst president in
history! He gave them an issue. They ran with it. Were
P.S. You're losing it. He wasn't impeached
because he was a friend to blacks and gays.
Jack, you're wrong.
The GOP looked into impeachment proceedures long before Monica.
They were always going to impeach him, they just needed a "crime."
Lady calls in, half hysterical,
"Ed, I use to like Hillary but after all those
tactics that she used..."
Of course, she never mentioned what "tactics" horrified her so much..
And why did she forget to say, "Rovian tactics?"
Next caller: "Ed, your next guest, Chris Matthews
is a piece of crap!"
Ed: "Oh? How so?
Caller: "He slobbers over young, pretty girls
but he hates all older women. He was on The Today Show
(I assume)screaming insults at Hillary, ' "I hate
her, I hate everything about her," ' He's the worst, Ed!"
can't fault him for that. As he gets bigger and bigger in this business, more people are putting
his words under a micropscope. Can't blame
him for that!"
Translation: Nothing is out-of-bounds when attacking a Clinton.
Ed is so far to the right he makes me look like a Nader voter.
Excerpt: "Hillary won the highest turnout Democratic primary
in Florida history," her website gushed.
"Hillary received more votes in Florida than
McCain. Hillary also received more votes in
Florida than Obama received in Iowa, New Hampshire,
Nevada and South Carolina."
If Clinton's boast makes you grimace --
Wait, why would it?
Why should we grimace from the facts?
Are facts a bad thing to have in a political
-- she also charged that Obama was first to break
the DNC's no-campaigning pledge
by running a national cable ad that was seen
in Florida --
Well, was he the first to break the pedge?
Why not give us facts instead of hate-her opinions?
Are facts a bad thing to have in a political
-- and by getting good press after winning big
in South Carolina --
I don't believe you.
Hillary charged Obama with "getting good press?"
It's a fact that he's gotten not only good press,
but a complete pass.
Are facts a bad thing to have in a political
What happened last time the whore press gave
someone a complete pass?
-- then these brazen moves --
Listing the facts is a brazen move that makes
Are facts a bad thing to have in a political
-- give a very clear view of Clinton's leadership
Correct, she is listing the facts, and if she
erred, why didn't you correct her? Is it more fun to scream hate than list the facts?
Are facts a bad thing to have in a political
Regardless of her center-left positions on issues,
is fighting to win.
Oh no, not that! Count me out!
John Kerry - Come back! All is forgiven .
Why do Democrats see a desire to win as a bad thing?
Super-Tuesday - hurry! We can't last as a party much longer!
Excerpt: The hacks throughout her own party want Hillary
because she won't reform their game.
It's basically the same corrupt network that
shunned McGovern back in '72.
Hillary is responsible for some "network" that
shunned McGovern in '72?
And the Republicans want Hillary too, because
they also know that she won't
spoil their game--which is to say, they know
that they can "beat" her.
Seriously? This is Mark Crispin Miller?
When did he go crazy?
Why can't Hillary-haters list anything substantive?
Unless it's a blow-out, she will not "win," because
the GOP controls the game.
Hmmm, is that why Obama has gotten a total pass
from the GOP press?
Because they would "hate" to run against him?
That she's a woman, and a candidate with sky-high
negatives, will make it very easy
for Rove's party to assert, and for the media
to keep repeating, that the voters simply
couldn't bring themselves to vote for her. "Hillary's
the one" as far as they're concerned.
If they want to run against Hillary, why aren't they giving Obama a
He has negatives, he has baggage, so why are they waiting to expose
If they really, really want to run against her
why is she getting wall-to-wall, 24/7, round-the-clock criticism?
Bart, I've been a fan of the work of Mark Crispin
Miller for a long time but his Hillary-hatred
has rendered him insane. First he says that Hillary
is the choice of both parties because she's
so identical to McCain that he could beat her
'fair and square.'
But Miller would be the first to tell you that
the Republicans NEVER fight fair.
Every poll for the past year has indicated that
voters intend, by a 2 to 1 margin.
I don't know why an intelligent, accomplished
woman like Hillary wants to lead a party that is so mentally
defective. She's a little too far
to the right
for me, but she's to the left of most of the
people in my midwestern community.
And they're voting for her anyway.
I wonder if she wakes up asking, "How
did I get in this party?!"
Many of the BIG GUNS on our side hate Hillary's guts but they can't
make a case against her beyond mind-reading, guilt-by-association and
Excerpt: Check out this collection of stories (Are
any of them true?) from around the web...
It may actually be a good thing for Hillary that
all of this came out on the same day.
There's only so much oxygen for news stories
At least one of these is going to wither and
die without much attention.
I didn't even bother to read it because you know it'll be horseshit.
If they had anything on her, the media would run it on a constant loop.
Ralph needs to shut the fuck up. Otherwise he's
going to ruin things AGAIN!
Can't someone convince this dumb bastard that
he's only going to make things worse?
He should be bitching about the GOP and the Neocons,
not criticizing Hillary or Obama
for plans they can't even put into action because
they haven't won the election yet.
And if he gets into it, he'll only guarantee
they won't win.
Excerpt: The Obama of 2004 might have a
bone to pick with Obama, the presidential candidate of 2008.
For example, in the Oct. 30
debate, Obama hesitantly raised his hand and joined with most of
his Democratic rivals to declare
he opposed decriminalizing marijuana. But as a Senate candidate,
Obama he supported eliminating
criminal penalties for marijuana use or possession.
In 2003, Obama said he supported
the children of illegal aliens' receiving the same benefits
as citizens, "whether it's medical,
whether it's in-state tuition." Asked specifically whether he
included "undocumented" people,
Mr. Obama replied, "Absolutely."
But on Jan. 21, when Obama was asked
whether his health care proposal covers illegal aliens,
he said "no" and that he first
wants to cover the U.S. citizens and legal residents without health care.
Obama's differing answers are among
conflicts between positions he took while running for
Senate in 2004 and those he now
articulates while running for president. Experts said the likely
reason for the changes was that
Obama ran as a liberal during his Senate run but has become
more centrist as he pursues the
broad coalition required to win the White House.
So, he changed his positions to
Didn't he say, "Hillary
Clinton will say anything to get elected?"
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