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Whom Do You Trust? An Over 60 Feminist, Or a Closet Muslim With Attitude?

By sleepin'dawg ·
Whom Do You Trust? An Over 60 Feminist, Or a Closet Muslim With Attitude?

Democrats continue to trash each other, especially Hillary Clinton, with reckless abandon. Don?t they realize that all that mudslinging is providing Republicans with a bountiful cache of attack ads for the general election?

The latest addition to the GOP war chest flowed out of the mouth of Barack Obama who said:

?I think there?s no doubt that we (his campaign) represent the kind of change that Sen. Clinton can?t deliver on, and part of it is generational.?

He continued by saying, ?Sen. Clinton and others, they?ve been fighting some of the same fights since the ?60s, and it makes it very difficult for them to bring the country together to get things done.?

Holy mudballs, I thought this fellow was supposed to be clean and articulate?

Doesn?t Obama respect the first rule of street fighting, which is: Never, ever hit a woman below the belt by taking a cheap shot at her age?

Granted, it is immensely gratifying to watch liberals use Hillary like a tackling dummy at a pro football training camp.

Still, one wonders why Obama would resort to guttural agesism to attack the Hildabeast?

Are he and his staff unaware of the fact that there are 70 million baby boomers, all in Hillary?s age bracket?

Does Obama understand that boomers always vote, while young whippersnappers tend to forget their civic duty when distracted by a particularly promising romantic rendezvous, or a 10% off sale on cell phone batteries?

Besides, what exactly does Obama mean when he says that he represents the kind of change that people from the 60s cannot deliver on?

Good heavens, America still speaks English, for the most part.

The U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights are still intact, notwithstanding the best efforts of Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and other goofy leftists of Obama?s ilk.

The world?s geography is pretty much the same as it was in the 60s. Saudi Arabia is still in the desert, and not a part of the Hawaiian islands. And although Democrats have worked tirelessly to make Iraq look just like Viet Nam, both nations are still more or less where they were in the 60s.

So just what in the **** is this snaky leftist ranting about?

By the way, Barack, a 60s something woman, even one like Hillary, is one **** of a lot more acceptable than a closet Muslim, of any age, who refuses to wear a U.S. flag pin and will not hold his hand over his heart during the Pledge of Allegiance!

So there!

John McCain is starting to appear as the most palatable choice for a screwed over electorate At least he isn't like the punk Kerry or that clown Gore.

Dawg ]:)

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"None of the above"

by jdclyde In reply to Whom Do You Trust? An Ove ...

The thing I like about Obama is if you close your eyes while he is giving a more passionate speech, he sounds like Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, when he is "in character".

Can you smell, what Barack, is cooking? :0

As for the age shot, I personally took it more as what he intended. Not that she is a creepy old woman (which she is) but that her record does stand for it's self that she is part of the problem that NEEDS to be changed.

My biggest problem with Barack is he is for change, but have never said WHAT change. Change to WHAT, and HOW?

It is amusing to me that the Democratic party has shifted from their tactic last election of "I HATE BUSH" and "I'm not Bush", to a party of bigotry. Vote for me because I am black or vote for me because I am female (she is no woman!).

If I say I am voting for someone because they are white, I would be a bigot. If YOU are voting for someone because they are black, YOU are a bigot.

If I say I am voting for someone because they are male, again, bigot. If YOU are voting for someone because they are female, YOU are a bigot.

At least Barack has had the good taste to not openly play the race card. Unlike that old b1tch Radham-Clinton.

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Personally, I am more inclined to trust

by Tig2 In reply to Whom Do You Trust? An Ove ...

The person who can not only define the problem but also
tell me how they intend to solve it.

I know that healthcare is an issue. What is the path to
fixing that issue? Is it tort reform? Is it reapplication of
tax dollars? What?

I already KNOW that a problem exists. What I don't know-
from any of the candidates, really- is HOW they intend to
FIX the problems I know about. Rhetoric doesn't get that
job done.

As far as I am concerned, none of the candidates has done
a suitable job of speaking directly to the issues. Once
again, I am left dissatisfied with the "choices" before me.


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"The government can garnish from peoples wages"

by jdclyde In reply to Personally, I am more inc ...

Part of the Clinton forced participation and how to pay for it.

She scares me more than the terrorists do. I believe she will destroy an already fragile economy, and where does that leave my boys, just getting ready to enter the work force?

She already had a shot at the forced socialist healthcare, and failed miserably.

Barack won't say what his plans are, because then you could pick them apart as unworkable.

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What's this a new swift boat attack?

by IC-IT In reply to Whom Do You Trust? An Ove ...

Don't believe everything you hear on Faux News. Here is a part of his response to the question of the abscence of the flag pin (also note that he had worn it for quite awhile after 9-11).

But, Obama responded to the mini controversy.

"I'm less concerned with what you're wearing on your lapel than what's in your heart," Obama said Thursday while campaigning in Independence, Iowa.

"You show your patriotism by how you treat your fellow Americans, especially those who serve. And you show your patriotism by being true to your values and ideals. And that's what we have to lead with, our values and ideals," Obama said.

The will not hold his hand over the heart is pure BS. (and it was reported during the National Anthem not the pledge). Please read the entire Snopes articles.

Too bad more Americans weren't punks like Kerry. The Karl Rove smear teams did a good job of lying about him.

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Talk about raving paranoia and an inability to read either that............

by sleepin'dawg In reply to What's this a new swift b ...

or you are just another liberal Democrat weenie who bought into all the Kerry hype. In case you didn't notice, if the allegations had been false or untrue, Kerry had a whole host of characters he could have sued for libel and slander. The fact he didn't do so wasn't due to any lack of money; certainly not with the Heinz fortune behind him. Face it!!! Kerry was a lying skunk who got caught out in his lies and unAmerican activity and displayed the same lack of moral fibre and intestinal fortitude that he displayed in Vietnam and at the anti-war rallies. Talk about giving aid and comfort to the enemy. Or do you think the news reels of his speeches and congressional testimony were all made up. The biggest tipoff for you is that of all the guys he served with, nobody, not one, stood up for him. If you've ever served maybe you'd understand why I expected a few might have. The silence of those guys, not the swiftboat people, was deafening. John Kerry was/is a poor excuse of a man and a human being.

Dawg ]:)

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Gee dawg

by jdclyde In reply to Talk about raving paranoi ...

You REPUBLICANS are all like, huh?

This guy only knows what is fed by George Soros and his propaganda outlets.

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Perhaps your right

by IC-IT In reply to Gee dawg

I write two sentences on Kerry and I get a frothing at the mouth response. For the Record, no I wouldn't believe that George anymore than Karl or Rush. ;-)

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For the record bwilmot

by jdclyde In reply to Perhaps your right

He isn't even an "American", let alone a Republican.

I was making fun of your response to him, and the assumptions it made.

He WAS in the service though, and rightly has a passion for anyone that would tarnish the image of the military world wide and the great things they do for us everyday.

John Kerry was a lier and a traitor in every sense of the word, and was not "unfairly attacked" by the Swift boat veterans. The REAL heros of the Nam war.

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I know most of that

by IC-IT In reply to For the record bwilmot

except that Dawg was in the service. I knew your post was directed at me and the only possible "assumption" I made was his source of information. After all it was a Fox news individual that first accused Obama of muslim ties. They also feed the Swift Boat Dogs and would not show a "fair and balanced" response.
We obviously can not agree with Kerry's service, however there is every indication that those that served with him and above him did not feel that way.
After he was out of the service there are many who were upset with his actions, however that does not make him a liar nor a traitor. Wheither you agree with his stance or not did not justify the actions and LIES by Swift Boat members. That goes against the very grain of having served (and served honorably).

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Kerry was a kiss-up but most of the guys he supposedly "served"............

by sleepin'dawg In reply to I know most of that

with saw damn little of him on the boat he claims he was on. Something like 8 - 12 days. The guy who wrote him up for one of his Purple Hearts has admitted that he had no substantiated proof for writing him up for the award but took Kerry's word as an officer and gentleman" as to the details of how he was wounded. At least a half dozen or so claim that the minor wound he acquired was not the result of any action and the logs of the boat support this as they were in port at the time the "wound" was supposedly being incurred.

Nice guy that Kerry; a real sweetheart.

Dawg ]:)

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