Saturday, September 13, 2008

SARAH PALIN QUALIFIED TO BE A PUPPET

SARAH PALIN, GEORGE BUSH IN LIPSTICK, IS NOT QUALIFIED TO BE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF

PALINMANIA IS OVER * PALIN FAILS TO DELIVER


There are no words to describe how under-qualified and BAD a choice this woman is.
and how bad John McCain's whacked judgment was that he would actually hire this woman.

Her record is overwhelmingly mixed in Alaska. In a time when the state is having a boom because of the oil industry.

So stop with how popular she is...she is popular because of huge oil windfalls affording the oil companies being okay with getting taxed more and the return flowing into her state.

This is not the local Town Board Chair election!!!!

This is the person who should known and have known the Bush Doctrine and all of that recent history...and the details of Israel...and known what answering like that about Israel does to our job in the middle east peace process...and how it complicates it...

This is ridiculous. That woman you saw last night ...you really think she should be deciding if we go to war or deciding whether "nucular" missiles should be launched or American commercial jetliners should be be shot down over NYC

Gov Palin what if it were a Russian commercial airliner? or British? or Pakistani? Would you know the ramifications of such a choice?

You all should be feeling nauseous from that interview last night.

Absolutely ridiculous that that person on that interview ...would be close to any position of leadership...never mind the Leader of the freakin free world... like was said before...this is not some Disney movie.

Jesu$ how stupid can we be for a third time."
Posted by: dl | Sep 12, 2008 9:01:26 AMComment on ABC Newt Gingrich article:


SPECIAL: According to Pat Buchanan, Sarah Palin was coached by Randy Scheunemann, McCain's lobbyist and campaign adviser who campaigned for the Iraq War and the recent Georgia crisis, in her interview with Charlie Gibson. She was obviously coached to repeatedly say "We cannot second guess Israel if they want to bomb Iran" (paraphrase) She repeated one answer like robot. This is frightening. She is being briefed with key words and is already a tool of the neocons. Pat Buchanan is more worried. He thinks "this is the real Sarah Palin."

Whatever the case, it became clear on Friday that there was a general consensus among observers: Palin failed to present herself as the strong leader many hoped she would be. On the other hand, she did not ‘flunk’ the test either. Gibson, most agree, purposefully tried to corner the Republican running mate. Although Palin did not deal with this as well as someone in her position should, she did not entirely allow Gibson to blow her away either. She made the points she wanted to make - a hawkish politician, believing Islamic extremists to pose a serious threat to America - and let the conservative base hear what it wanted to hear.

Her performance will, it seems likely, bring an end to Palinmania in so far that voters have now also seen her weaknesses at display. She was shortly presented as a political genius, single-handedly able to crush Barack Obama. The interview put her solidly back on earth.

In the meantime, her nomination has achieved what it wanted to achieve in the short run; two weeks of positive coverage, and a significant boost in the polls for John McCain. It is now up to him to win the battle with Obama.

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Today, September 11, we have a day of peace and reflection. This is a memory day and we all need to go within, quiet ourselves, stop hating, stop fighting and stop harboring revenge for our "enemies." I honestly believe our biggest enemy is within. We have to consider that we, the people, are the only ones that can really destroy ourselves. A divided country will not stand.

For John McCain to use the slogan "Country First" without acknowledging that our country is comprised of both Democrats and Republicans — makes me think he is talking about country music first. What country is he talking about? Is he only referring to the America that loves war and guns? Are these the only real, valuable Americans in his eyes? I still cannot understand how a true Christian can think guns are even an option! Jesus was the Prince of Peace. But these gun-loving, Bible-toting, Republican Christians have completely thrown Christ away. They have left out love, the only thing Christ ever cared about. He commanded us to love one another — and to love our enemies as ourselves. He blessed the Peacemakers, not the warmongers. The number one law is love.

In a recent speech, John McCain said he was the one who knew how to get Osama Bin Laden. He implied he had inside information and was the ONLY one who knew how to get Bin Laden. The implied threat was "If you vote for me I will go get Bin Laden." As Keith Olbermann questioned, "Does this mean McCain won't go get Osama Bin Laden unless he wins the election?" How is this putting country first? This sounds like putting the Republican party first. Putting SELF first. But it is by "self-forgetting" that one finds.

If you really put your country first, you seek first to understand rather than be understood. You reach out to your fellow Americans, the ones Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Michael Savage, Ann Coulter and Dick Cheney constantly bash and systematically destroy by using what they consider the dirtiest word in the English language: "Liberal." You don't lie, slander and smear your fellow American's good name by calling him a "pervert" for wanting to teach kindergardeners about how to say NO to sex predators.

As I said on our radio show this morning, being kept in fear for 7 years is the exact objective of terrorism. Bush, Cheney and McCain have kept us in fear, the way terrorists would — as a deliberate method of retaining power. While America implodes from within — economically and physically (our infrastructure, schools, hospitals, health care system, banks, military and cities left in despair like New Orleans) this is a form of terrorism they helped to create. Do you feel safer?
God Bless America - love, Lydia ...September 11, 2008 I am 14 years sober!





Sean Hannity, who just got a 100 million dollar deal from Clear Channel, shows how fair and balanced he is. And honest.

From NewsHounds.us:

Multimillionaire Sean Hannity proved last night (9/10/08) on Hannity & Colmes he’s not just a loudmouthed blowhard but seriously out of touch with everyday Americans. As author and economist Robert Kuttner politely tried to discuss the economic challenges Barack Obama would face as president, Hannity had a bullyboy meltdown at the suggestion that the economy is in trouble and that ordinary Americans are in dire economic straits. But Kuttner kept his cool and refused to be intimidated. He challenged Hannity with comebacks like, “I don’t spew any goddamn line... Do you want to deny (the economy’s in dire straits), you fool?” He’s our latest top dog. With video.

The interview started out pleasantly with Alan Colmes probing the thesis of Kuttner's new book, Obama's Challenge, that Obama will need to be a “transformative” president in order to effectively address American’s economic woes. “The economy is in such dire straits for most people,” Kuttner said.

Kuttner continued, “If people vote on whether Sarah Palin is better at shooting a moose, the Democrats are toast. And if Obama and Biden can bring the election back to the fact that the Republicans have had their shot at experimenting with letting Wall Street go nuts and it’s really harmed ordinary people, then the election turns on the economy and the Democrats win. So this is a fight about whether the election is about culture or about pocketbook issues.”

Kuttner thinks there is a narrative Democrats should use, “a narrative of the ordinary, hard-working family just getting the short end of the stick. Everything from subprime to health insurance to your pension blowing up, of your job not being secure.” He added, “And that’s a narrative that affects ordinary people. If that narrative is persuasive, the Democrats win.”

Apparently, that was just too much for Hannity’s sensitive widdle feewings. But with Hannity, sensitivity is always a one-way street. He welcomed the guest by beginning his portion of the interview by saying bombastically, “Oh, stop it. Oh, stop it. This is garbage you’re spewing here.”

103 comments:

  1. Hannity is a self-proclaimed McCain surrogate. He is forcing the argument away from issues, like a good little parrot.

    Meanwhile:

    The war in Iraq is an issue.

    The looting of our treasury is an issue.

    The destruction of the Constitution and rule of law is an issue.

    Energy independence is an issue.

    Our jobs and healthcare are issues.

    And the Republican's message is WHAT?

    This election is NOT about issues?

    Only in Amerika.

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  2. I agree, in this Fox segment it was hardly balanced: Two liberals against only one conservative. But I never saw any meltdown, except for the guy who threatened to walk out if Hannity didn't stop hurting his feelings.

    Normally Hannity is balanced by Colmes. Who balances that BDS adolescent Olbermann? Hannity's guest was a simple-minded Marxist who ignores the fact that the economy is not in recession and the GDP grew at 3.3% last quarter.

    Hannity is right. Obviously the economy is needs help, but more taxes, more debt and bigger government -- like Obama wants -- is a recipe for disaster.

    The main problem with the economy is too much debt, private and public. Obama would add even more. To reach a healthy economy adjustments must always occur -- what Friedman called creative destruction. Government pushed Fannie and Freddie to make risky loans; now there must be an adjustment.

    What the financial community needs is some assurance that Congress will get some adult supervision from McCain, who will reign in their spending spree.

    Even the most wide-eyed Keynesians would never dare raise taxes in the face of economic weakness. 0bama will.

    Like Hannity's guest, 0bama apparently wants our free-enterprise system to fail so that the government will be forced to take over every aspect of the economy. For a preview of coming attractions, watch what Putin is doing.

    In the late 1920s, the economy was in trouble, but would have recovered if the government had not tightened the money supply and thrown up protectionist trade barriers. As a result a recession became a decade-long depression.

    Electing a bonehead in an empty-suit like Obama will have dire consequences. Caveat emptor.

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  3. A 100 million dollar deal!!! My god,this is exactly why we need the fairness doctrine...if we had it maybe Randi Rhodes could make a couple bucks.Damn it why do people like Hannity and Rush have all the luck.We gotta get that fairness doctrine.

    Duh....ever think Rush and Sean may be making a bit of money for the companys that employee them?
    If Air America had ever done anything but wine,bitch and moan maybe they might have made it.

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  4. Interior Secretary "outraged" by oil-sex scandal

    U.S. Interior Secretary Dirk Kempthorne on Thursday said he was "outraged" by department workers who had sex, used drugs and took gifts from employees at regulated oil companies, while one senator called for a Bush administration official to resign over the scandal.

    The Interior Department's inspector general issued a scathing report on Wednesday that found "a culture of substance abuse and promiscuity" at the department's Minerals Management Service, whose employees handled billions of dollars in oil and natural gas supplies that were turned over by companies as in-kind royalty payments for drilling on federal lands.

    "I am outraged by the immoral behavior, illegal activities, and appalling misconduct of several former and current long-serving career employees in the Minerals Management Service's royalty-in-kind program," Kempthorne said. "We will take swift action to restore the public trust."

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  5. I can't believe that guy was so rude to Sean. What an asshat.

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  6. CEOs see more pink slips ahead

    Nearly one-third of top US executives expect to cut payrolls in coming months.


    Bbbbuutttt,

    St Johnny said the fundamentals of our economy is sound,

    HE would never LIE the MSM told me so ........

    So obviously it is a vicious smear campaign by the evil liberals to make Sean Hannity to look bad.

    The entire economy is again poor poor Sean Hannity, the entire middle class is willing to suffer losing their jobs and home if the evil liberals can just make widdle Sean look bad..

    Ask crusty and Franny and they will tell you it is so ......

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  7. Just think Klink,when they lose their jobs they can join you on blogs 20 hours a day.
    In fact you could start a business
    training unemployed people in the art of cutting and pasting,sure,you could charge them a minimal fee...naw wait,charge them a substantial fee.Hell you may make enough to get off the public teat.

    I want 10% for the idea.

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  8. So crusty is Sean being maliciously attacked by the economy or id it a vast liberal conspiracy which the economy doesn't know about?

    Are all the people who have lost their jobs and homes in on It or more victims of the evil liberals and their malicious conspiracy to make Sean look bad.

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  9. Dont know Klink and I'm not troubled by it.

    I think Hannity can take care of himself....thats quite obvious...100 mil.America what a country.

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  10. Why is Lid so obsessed by successful people like Sean,Rush and Coulter....I mean she has every opportunity to make their kind of money...just sell more poster and sign more autographs.

    I've always been amazed how liberals hate success in others.

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  11. Hannity can take care of him self, and you NOT worried about the slumping economy?

    Oh right you make money helping CHEAT people, by rigging the bets in the casino your greedy bastard of a boss owns ......

    And yes Hannity can take care of himself because as long as he HIDES on Faux Noise and his hate filled radio show, he will never have to answer for the lies he tells.

    Because clueless morons like you eat the crap he sells with his $100 million contract to lie and spin fur the reich wing.

    He LIES to people and you help CHEAT people, typical reich wingers in all their glory.

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  12. Maybe crusty, because they make money spreading LIES and Hate the opposite of what they claim to be for when the claim to follow Christ.

    But being a LYING HYPOCRITE is all they really are about ....

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  13. Lying hypocrites who make money at it, how reich wing of them.

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  14. Like YOU make money helping cheat people crusty.

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  15. Did Georgie throw Israel under the bus?

    Ask the Iraqi government.... Ha'aretz

    "The security aid package the United States has refused to give Israel for the past few months out of concern that Israel would use it to attack nuclear facilities in Iran included a large number of "bunker-buster" bombs, permission to use an air corridor to Iran, an advanced technological system and refueling planes.

    Officials from both countries have been discussing the Israeli requests over the past few months. Their rejection would make it very difficult for Israel to attack Iran, if such a decision is made.

    About a month ago, Haaretz reported that the Bush administration had turned down an Israeli request for certain security items that could upgrade Israel's capability to attack Iran. The U.S. administration reportedly saw the request as a sign preparations were moving ahead for an Israeli attack on Iran." Ha'aretz

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------

    "Harper" pointed out this article in today's Ha'aretz.

    We have repeatedly made the point that Israel lacks the capability to make an effective set of air strikes against Iran without American help.

    Among the elements of help they would need:

    - USAF air refueling tankers.

    - Enough heavy ordnance.

    - Enough attack airframes.

    On the political side they need

    - Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) boxes and code settings to avoid being engaged by US aircraft.

    - Overflight clearance for Iraq if they are taking the shortest routes.

    When they asked for overflight clearance for Iraq they were recently told to request it from the sovereign Iraqi government. The request for IFF codes got the cold shoulder as well.

    Needless to say, this reponse came from the military and Gates. Cheney must be enraged by his lack of control over this.

    Until the Russioan intervention in Gerogia, the Israelis had been trying to devise an alternative to an Iraq route. The alternative was to use Georgian airfields as staging points. They were undeterred in this scheme by the prospect of overflying SE Turkey to get to Georgia. The Russians have frightened them out of that idea. Even the Likud knows that Russia is more important than Georgia, or Iran.

    If you have been following the series of articles in the Washington Post about Bob Woodward's newest study of the Bush White House, you should have noticed that retired Army general Jack Keane has been running his own foreign and military policy at Cheney's behest. To do such a thing is deelpy subversive of the statutory chain of command. This is astonishingly bad behavior. In this particular case he does not seem to have been an effective "player." pl


    Remember while Palin and McSame were lying to the american people during their collective hate fest in Minneapolis, the War criminal Cheney was trying to drum up support in the caucus to aid Israel after the Pentagon squashed his other plans.

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  16. Congratulations Lydia!

    We have seen McCain has sold his soul to the neocons. Sarah would be the perfect putty in their hands. They are waiting for their opportunity.

    It is a national disgrace that the neocons are even accepted in public discourse. They have done more damage to our country than any terrorist could dream of.

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  17. Is there enough IQ between you three inbreds to tie one shoe? I realize that the three of you are complete and total idiots, but sometimes your stupidity is too much even for me to contamplate.

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  18. Freedom Fan said...
    I agree, in this Fox segment it was hardly balanced: Two liberals against only one conservative. But I never saw any meltdown, except for the guy who threatened to walk out if Hannity didn't stop hurting his feelings.

    Normally Hannity is balanced by Colmes. Who balances that BDS adolescent Olbermann? Hannity's guest was a simple-minded Marxist who ignores the fact that the economy is not in recession and the GDP grew at 3.3% last quarter.

    Hannity is right. Obviously the economy is needs help, but more taxes, more debt and bigger government -- like Obama wants -- is a recipe for disaster.

    The main problem with the economy is too much debt, private and public. Obama would add even more. To reach a healthy economy adjustments must always occur -- what Friedman called creative destruction. Government pushed Fannie and Freddie to make risky loans; now there must be an adjustment."


    Fascist Foole believes in 3.3% GDP growth and 1.8% inflation..............do you believe in the Tooth Fairy also Foole.......I have some swamp land i'd like to sell you folle!

    That bogus 3.3% GDP is a joke its fabricated by the bogus criminally phony hedonically hidden inflation statistics that our criminally corupt government is foisting on us.................like Kuttner said if you CLOWNS REALLY BELIEVE inflation is tame and GDP is 3.3% and the economy is sound why dont you make that a core part of your campaign because the overwhelming majority of this country KNOWS thats a slimy pathetic lie, inflation has been between 10%-15% if accurately reprted the way they were prior to the early to mid 1990's, and GDP has been STRONGLY NEGATIVE, there IS NO GROWTH, GDP, inflation and unemployment have been criminally misrepresdented by this shitstain of a presidential administration and ANYONE with a brain KNOWS it.

    Your policies are based on LIES and dishonest repug talking points and flat out dont work........they're failures just like all your slimy repug heroes are Fraud.

    For the Record Fraud, its YOU clowns that have controlled government for most of the last 14 years, the repugs have controlled congress from 1994-2006 and the White House for the last 8 years and its YOU iDIOTS who have wrecked the economy and run up the debt........the war you idiots crave is estimated to cost 3 TRILLION and you idiots want to keep it going and start MORE WARS.

    Obama wants to Cut taxes for 95% of America you Idiot and cut them 300% MORE than McSame for 80% of the country.........i'd HARDLY call that raising taxes or running up the debt FOOLE.

    Secondly Foole.............Its YOU IDIOTS that CRAVE a big intrusive government you want your government to spy on citizens and fight perpetual wars around the world and to bail out the wealthy on wall street and the corporate elite.............despite your dishonest talking points its GWB's adminuistration that is pushing all the bailouts for Bear stearns, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae............Corporate welfare for the wealthy elite is fine its just welfare for the working class and poor you greedy hippocrites loathe!

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  19. Sarah Palin is nothing more than a puppet for the Neo Cons.........cant you just see McSame having an unfortunate accident and then the radical Neo Con loons have a puppet to exercise their power when they could NEVER remain in power otherwise.

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  20. Dave Dubya said...
    Hannity is a self-proclaimed McCain surrogate. He is forcing the argument away from issues, like a good little parrot.

    Meanwhile:

    The war in Iraq is an issue.

    The looting of our treasury is an issue.

    The destruction of the Constitution and rule of law is an issue.

    Energy independence is an issue.

    Our jobs and healthcare are issues.

    And the Republican's message is WHAT?

    This election is NOT about issues?

    Only in Amerika."



    You KNOW it Dave!!!!!!!!!!

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  21. Even with the deferential treatment Charlie Gibson gave her, it was very clear that the wingtard wet dream doesn't know a damned thing. She absolutely, positively cannot stray from the script.

    This election may be a bigger blowout than anybody thought it was going to be.

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  22. She's nothing more than a puppet or robot, parroting her Neo Con handlers talking points!

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  23. BTW in a few days the distraction St Johnny is working so hard for is gonna be provided when a Katrina size Hurricane hits Houston dead center ....

    Actually a little larger then Katrina was;

    Ike is now larger than Katrina was, both in its radius of tropical storm force winds--275 miles--and in it radius of hurricane force winds--115 miles. For comparison, Katrina's tropical storm and hurricane force winds extended out 230 and 105 miles, respectively.

    In other words Hurricane force winds from around Port Arthur-Beaumont to Freeport, with a storm surge of over 20 feet from Southern Louisiana to south of Galveston (which has a sea wall of only 17 feet).

    Storm surge is at high tide, which could very well be 28-32 feet on the north side of the storm right into the Houston Canal

    Hurricane Ike


    BTW with the rather slow speed inland flooding is also going to be very bad.


    So this is as bad as Katrina and the hit on a second major city will drain the economy even further.

    One small problem hurricanes like this cause, is they destroy the infrastructure in the gulf as they come by, which causes some infrastructure not to be rebuilt, and that causes a drop in the amount of Oil and natural Gas we get from the gulf,

    Here is the 2003-2008 history of the Gulf production with hurricanes hits included

    The long term problem will be how bad will Houston and Galveston suffer, and how much production will be lost forever because of this hurricane?

    How will the US economy further suffer from this?

    Makes lipstick on a pig and Sean's outrage at facts on his show kinda pale in comparison ...... don't ya thunk trolls?

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  24. Please read the new updates on the front page. An important item at the top too.
    thanks!

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  25. You know, FreedomFan is right ... for the most part. When he said "Obviously the economy is needs help, but more taxes, more debt and bigger government -- like Obama wants -- is a recipe for disaster."

    Aside from the curious grammar, he makes valid points regarding the taxes, debt and bigger goverment. The Obama thing is what's making me scratch my head in wonder.

    John McCain is on the record for wanting to turn employer-provided healthcare into taxable income -- thus raising the taxes for most middle class working Americans. Definitely an ingredient in the "recipe for disaster."

    John McCain is also now on the record as wanting to keep Bush's tax cuts permanent as well as keep the Iraq war going for 100 years and possibly even start a new one with Iran. Let's see, as Bush is the first leader in history to cut taxes AND have a war all at the same time. For some reason though, he didnt forsee what every other leader in history was smart enough to realize would happen -- a tremendously HUGE national debt. If McCain wants to continue what Bush started, logic would suggest an even larger debt would come as a result. Another ingredient.

    The Republican Party has a history of -- and is on the record as wanting to continue -- legislating who people are allowed to date and marry, which god to worship, which religious holidays people are allowed to recognize and which ones they arent, what doctors should be allowed to tell their patients, teaching psuedo-Christianity in public schools, what we are allowed to watch on tv and in the movie theatre, and who should be allowed to vote. Under Bush, they even managed to limit the freedoms guaranteed in the US Constitution. Sarah Palin certainly seems interested in dictating what books we should be allowed to read in the library. Sounds like an awfully big government to me. Yet another ingredient in the "recipe for disaster."

    Let's visit FreedomFan's statement again with one key change: Oviously the economy is needs help, but more taxes, more debt and bigger government -- like McCain wants -- is a recipe for disaster.

    You're right.

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  26. A new voter suppression tactic?

    GOP seeks to contest voters from foreclosed homes

    The chairman of the Republican Party in Macomb County Michigan, a key swing county in a key swing state, is planning to use a list of foreclosed homes to block people from voting in the upcoming election as part of the state GOP’s effort to challenge some voters on Election Day.

    “We will have a list of foreclosed homes and will make sure people aren’t voting from those addresses,” party chairman James Carabelli told Michigan Messenger in a telephone interview earlier this week. He said the local party wanted to make sure that proper electoral procedures were followed.

    State election rules allow parties to assign “election challengers” to polls to monitor the election. In addition to observing the poll workers, these volunteers can challenge the eligibility of any voter provided they “have a good reason to believe” that the person is not eligible to vote. One allowable reason is that the person is not a “true resident of the city or township.”

    The Michigan Republicans’ planned use of foreclosure lists is apparently an attempt to challenge ineligible voters as not being “true residents.”


    Classic they screw them over for their homes then deny them their constitutional right to vote.

    How GOPer of them.

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  27. Dave Dubya said...
    Hannity is a self-proclaimed McCain surrogate. He is forcing the argument away from issues, like a good little parrot.

    Meanwhile:

    The war in Iraq is an issue.

    The looting of our treasury is an issue.

    The destruction of the Constitution and rule of law is an issue.

    Energy independence is an issue.

    Our jobs and healthcare are issues.

    And the Republican's message is WHAT?

    This election is NOT about issues?

    Only in Amerika.............."


    Yeah, we need more frickin progressives who value things like health care, education and our constitution instead of war.

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  28. Sara Palin looks like a frickin cross between barbie and some inbred religious goon from Fargo ND, and Cindy McLOSER looks like Rudy frickin Gooniani had a sex change.

    Can like any of these goons even like speak if they're not babbling conservotard talkin points?

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  29. Lydia, are these frickin goons that brainwashed and deranged, i just like heard mcLOSER say with a straight face that America is sick of congress and its pitiful how they like vote to give themselves raises and go on vacation all the time, dont people like frickin realize that mcLOSER is part of congress for the last like 26 years and he's goin on vacation and takin pay raises right with all the other congress critters.

    How can these goons say they are change agents when they have been the ones in power doin all the frickin crap the country is against, are they gonna like save us from themselves, i mean these frickin goons shouldnt like be allowed to just make stuff up.

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  30. Voltron said...
    I can't believe that guy was so rude to Sean. What an asshat................."


    You would frickin know about being an asshat my dear, your like our resident expert on that subject.

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  31. Jolly Roger said...
    Even with the deferential treatment Charlie Gibson gave her, it was very clear that the wingtard wet dream doesn't know a damned thing. She absolutely, positively cannot stray from the script.

    This election may be a bigger blowout than anybody thought it was going to be................"


    She's an empty frickin skirt, an mcLOSER is like a drewling senile old goon.

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  32. MCH said...John McCain is on the record for wanting to turn employer-provided healthcare into taxable income -- thus raising the taxes for most middle class working Americans. Definitely an ingredient in the "recipe for disaster............."


    This frickin goon is in the pocket of the corporate butt fuc#s that run this country, all he wants is to wage more wars and give more frickin money to his corporate goons, he could frickin care less about health care an education, do people even realize this conservotard goon wants to make health care even more frickin unaffordable for normal people by taxing it.

    He's for lower taxes, yeah right, you cant just frickin make shit up.

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  33. thereturnofRusty said...the strong and smart survive.............."


    Lets all hope thats the case my dear, so frickin deranged goons like you dont like pollute the gene pool of humanity.

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  34. ...mcLOSER is like a drewling senile old goon.
    -FS

    Let's see. The Democrats have made it clear they hate working moms. They hate Christians. They hate gun owners. They hate teenage girls who have sex before marriage. Now they hate old people. Who's next? Who's left? They call themselves the Big Tent party, but the biggest tent is the one they're filling with people they detest.
    -Steve H. Graham, HogOnIce.com

    Newsflash to the Mensa Queen: There are a lot of old folks in the U.S. They're called baby boomers ... and you dummycrats loose more of them with every bonehead 0bama ad and leftist blog hit.

    /I should get paid as a moonbat consultant

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  35. Fascist Franny, the inbred wingtard scum, spat,
    Newsflash to the Mensa Queen: There are a lot of old folks in the U.S. They're called baby boomers ... and you dummycrats loose more of them with every bonehead 0bama ad and leftist blog hit.

    I should get paid as a moonbat consultant


    Inbred, dishonest scum like you are probably incapable of making the proper change at a Burger King. Your inability to count past your twelve fingers and 14 toes makes the task much harder, no doubt.

    Only a total and complete idiot would have posted something this stupid, and one thing is for certain-they don't come any dumber than you.

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  36. Jolly Franny thinks all baby boomers are like him since his boomer heroes all dodged the draft like HE did.

    You know Gingrich, Rush, O'Rielly, Cheney, Hannity, Santuram, and his BFF the Clenis.

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  37. Jolly Franny thinks all baby boomers are like him since his boomer heroes all dodged the draft like HE did.

    You know Gingrich, Rush, O'Rielly, Cheney, Hannity, Santuram, and his BFF the Clenis.


    Oh, don't I know it. The "me generation" doesn't give a damn about their country, or their children, or their community-they only care about themselves.

    They LOVE war, and they want roads without potholes, and they love to put the riff-raff in prison, and they want good schools for their kids-but don't you DARE ask one of them to contribute anything towards any of it! That's COMMANISM, man!

    No wonder they all love Sarahpoleon so much. As America's biggest welfare queen, she's cut from their cloth.

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  38. Liberal/Progressive Christians have some dilemmas:

    *Christ frequently warned about hell fire (Mat. 5:22, 29-30).

    *Christ only recognized marriage between a man and a woman (Matthew 19:4-6). He also accepted the Genesis account of creation, as a historical fact.

    *Christ taught the people to be heavenly-minded (Mat. 6:19-21).

    *Christ taught that the way of salvation is narrow and few are saved (Mat. 7:13-14).

    Christ commanded men to repent of their sin. (Mat. 4:17).

    The Jesus of the Sermon on the Mount was a bold and dogmatic preacher, and would hardly be considered a liberal or progressive.

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  39. ana,

    I am from a family of ministers. I am well aware of the scriptures. I am WELL aware that Christ (1.) never turned anyone away, no matter what they'd done, and (2.) was all about taking care of the helpless. Jesusistanis like yourself like to talk about the Sermon on the Mount, but you don't like to talk about Christ's unending advocacy for the helpless-and you sure as hell don't want to talk about camels and needle eyes.

    As far as Genesis goes, there is disagreement among religious scholars as to whether Genesis would line up with, or disagree with, the scientific estimates of how long the world has been around. Depends on what was meant by "day." Jesusistanis like yourself will never admit that the writer of "day" may well have had a far different meaning in mind than a 24 hour period, although reasonable people (which a Jesusistani is not) can respectfully differ.

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  41. Inbred, dishonest scum like you are probably incapable of making the proper change at a Burger King. Your inability to count past your twelve fingers and 14 toes makes the task much harder, no doubt.
    -jolly belly

    I am from a family of ministers.
    -jolly belly

    Indeed it shows. Reverend Wright must be very proud.

    Most Christians, such as the Pope, subscribe to the Big Bang theory, in which the entire universe was miraculously created in a split second from an infinitely small speck, no bigger than your brain.

    Sounds kinda divine don't it Jethro? But luv the bogus little slur you created to smear "Christians".

    /BTW "Big Bang Theory" has nothing to do with your favorite way to amuse yourself

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  42. BTW "Big Bang Theory" has nothing to do with your favorite way to amuse yourself

    Gettin' a little too autobiographical there Franny ......

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  43. Palin: OK, I Didn't Quite Say "Thanks, But No Thanks"

    Sooo She Frickin' LIED

    Just like we frickin' said she LIED,

    Which means Sarah Palin is a frickin' LIAR.

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  44. Idiot said :Christ only recognized marriage between a man and a woman (Matthew 19:4-6). He also accepted the Genesis account of creation, as a historical fact.


    I suppose you COULD interpret those verses to mean that ... if you completely ignore Matthews 19:3 and 19:7

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  45. "It's easy for me to go to Washington and, frankly, be somewhat divorced from the day-to-day challenges people have." --speaking at the ServiceNation forum in New York, mcLOSER Sept. 11, 2008......................"


    Holy cow, mcLOSER frickin admiting he's like totally out of touch with normal people and like totally divorced from their day to day challenges, maybe the frickin ticker in the straight talk express still has some life in it.

    Naw, on second thought I find it frickin disturbing the frickin goon finds it so easy to be out of touch with normal people and like totally divorced from their day to day challenges.

    How many frickin houses does this frickin elitist have again?

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  46. Ratio of the term "frickin" to number of posts...50%

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  47. "She's a partner and a soul-mate." --on his vice presidential pick, Sarah Palin, whom he had met only once before offering her the job, "FOX News Sunday" interview, mcLOSER Aug. 31, 2008..............."


    So like mcLOSER frickin calls his wife and the mother of his children a frickin cun# and calls that twit Sara Palin a partner and soulmate, ya think that ole horndog is thinkin of tradin his wife in for a younger model again, this goon has no respect for women, he like only picked the litle twit to ter an steal the women vote, this is like a frickin goon that finds women gettin raped amusing and makes frickin jokes about it, just like some contributors to his campaign do.

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  48. "The role of the vice president is to break ties in the Senate and inquire daily into the health of the president mcLOSER..............."


    Well, like maybe if we have a senile 72 year old goon that might like kick the bucket at any moment, we know the twit wouldnt like be breakin any ties in the senate.

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  49. "Ma'am, let me say that I don't disagree with anything you said." --after a woman at a town hall meeting said, "If we don't reenact the draft, I don't think we'll have anyone to chase Bin Laden to the gates of hell,..............." mcLOSERLas Cruces, N.M., Aug. 20, 2008



    So like Mcloser is gonna enact a frickin draft, we all know he puts winnin a frickin election above capturing Bin Laden.

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  50. "I have had a strong and a long relationship on national security, I've been involved in every national crisis that this nation has faced since Beirut, mcLOSER............"


    So McLOSER like admits he's a frickin goon that was involved in every national crisis since Beirut he like fuc$ed up every national crisis since Beirut, ya think he was frickin involved in 9/11?

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  51. "My friends, we have reached a crisis, the first probably serious crisis internationally since the end of the Cold War. This is an act of aggression." --on Russia's invasion of Georgia, forgetting crises such as the Gulf War, 9/11, and the Iraq war, Aspen, Colorado, mcLOSER Aug. 14, 2008.................."

    Senility's a frickin bitch huh, the Alzheimer's must be really frickin bad if the conservotard goons forget about 9/11, somthin they like use like a get out of jail free card for frickin everything.

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  52. "I was concerned about a couple of steps that the Russian government took in the last several days. One was reducing the energy supplies to Czechoslovakia." --referring to a country that no longer exists, Phoenix, Arizona, mcLOSER July 14, 2008................"


    Uhh dude, frickin Czechoslovakia hasnt like existed in like 15 years, this poor frickin goon will be like wanderin the streets in his underwear soon forgeting his name and what year it is.

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  53. "I am learning to get online myself, and I will have that down fairly soon, getting on myself. I don't expect to be a great communicator, mcLOSER" --New York Times interview, July 13, 2008..............."


    No shit dude, you'll never be a great communicator, he's like learning to turn the computer on himself and how to go online, now if someone could like only show him how to use the frickin google and change his diaper.

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  54. "I will veto every single beer, um, bill with earmarks." mcLOSER--speaking at the National Small Business Summit, Washington, D.C., June 10, 2008............."


    Dude, you put the frickin beer in yer mouth, not yer ear, the poor frickin goon cant like even remember how to drink a beer.

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  55. "I'm going to be honest: I know a lot less about economics than I do about military and foreign policy issues. I still need to be educated mcLOSER..............."



    Thats frickin scary considerin that this goon has like been involved in every national crisis since Beirut, and he like talks about countries that frickin havent even existed in 15 years, and cant like even remember the borders of countries he says he's like a frickin expert on.

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  56. "The issue of economics is not something I've understood as well as I should. I've got Greenspan's book mcLOSER................."

    Dude, you might like have some guys book, but have you even read the frickin book, cause if you did it sure didnt help.

    Kinda like Sara Palin hired a frickin consultant to like get earmarks, then claimed to be some like frickin warrior queen crusader against earmarks, and i dont mean the frickin earmarks on the senile goons beer bottles that are like really frickin gross.

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  57. "You know that old Beach Boys song, Bomb Iran? Bomb bomb bomb, bomb bomb Iran." --breaking into song after being asked at a VFW meeting about whether it was time to send a message to Iran, mcLOSER Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, April 18, 2007................"

    Singin songs about bombin other countries, along with a religious goon Veep, that like believes in the endtimes and Rapture, and talks about wagin war with Russia, yeah, thats two goons you want with their fingers on the frickin button.

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  58. Do you guys frickin believe that twit didnt even know what the Bush Doctrine was?

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  59. "I am a illiterate that has to rely on my wife for all of the assistance I can get. mcLOSER" -after being asked whether us uses a Mac or a PC .................."



    Crap, didnt they like change the qualifications for president after the last frickin moron, time for your wife change your diaper now!

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  60. yipes frickin crickets huh?

    Guess the goons dont wanna play no more.

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  61. Do you guys frickin believe that twit didnt even know what the Bush Doctrine was?
    -FS

    I agree. Gibson is an idiot:

    ...Gibson informed [Palin] the Bush doctrine is "we have the right of anticipatory self-defense."

    "Wrong," writes Krauthammer. "I know something about the subject because, as the Wikipedia entry on the Bush doctrine notes, I was the first to use the term" way back in 2001.

    -"So, looks like it was Charlie Gibson's gaffe on Bush doctrine, not Sarah Palin's" L.A. Times

    /'s kinda fun to shoot fishy-smelling things in a barrel

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  62. So like Mcloser is gonna enact a frickin draft...
    -FS

    Yes, a powerful Dummycrat loser:

    ...House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Charles Rangel laid out his plans to introduce legislation calling for reinstating the draft... Rangel is the powerful chairman of a major committee, and his party controls both Houses of Congress. We will soon find out how much support the draft has in his party (it has none in the Republican party).
    -Vote for Democrats, Get a Draft?

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  63. Senility's a frickin bitch huh, the Alzheimer's must be really frickin bad...

    ...this poor frickin goon will be like wanderin the streets in his underwear soon forgeting his name and what year it is.

    Well, like maybe if we have a senile 72 year old goon that might like kick the bucket at any moment...

    -FS

    FrickinSara sure seems to harbor a lot of vicious hostility toward older folks. Proly dislikes her parents as much as herself. No doubt she will dislike herself even more when she is older than McCain.

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  64. Great news! McCain now has more projected electoral votes than the 0bamanation, and leads among likely voters by 4 points!

    So Libs, it looks like your approach to smearing Palin is bearing results.

    If this slide continues, the Big 0 will need to get Reverend Wright to speak on behalf, or bring out his Secret Weapon!

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  65. Singin songs about bombin other countries, along with a religious goon Veep, that like believes in the endtimes and Rapture, and talks about wagin war with Russia, yeah, thats two goons you want with their fingers on the frickin button.
    -FS

    Charlie Gibson’s interview with Sarah Palin was heavily edited by ABC News to make Palin appear more hawkish and less knowledgeable. Mark Levin has the complete transcript, and what ABC News tried to pull here is a textbook example of media malfeasance.

    The interview was so egregiously biased, even UPI is calling out ABC News for their blatant double standards.

    -LGF

    Gee Charlie Gibson ... guess you can kiss off the rest of your career as a "journalist". Nicely done!

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  66. Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin sat down with ABC News' Charlie Gibson for an interview, part of which aired Sept. 11. In the exchange, the Alaska governor misstated a basic fact about her state's energy production:
    Palin: Let me speak specifically about a credential that I do bring to this table, Charlie, and that's with the energy independence that I've been working on for these years as the governor of this state that produces nearly 20 percent of the U.S. domestic supply of energy, that I worked on as chairman of the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, overseeing the oil and gas development in our state to produce more for the United States.
    It's simply untrue that Alaska produces anything close to 20 percent of the U.S. "energy supply," a term that is generally defined as energy consumed. That category includes power produced in the U.S. by nuclear, coal, hydroelectric dams and other means – as well as all the oil imported into the country.

    Palin would have been correct to say that Alaska produces just over 14 percent of all the oil produced in the U.S., leaving out imports and leaving out other forms of power. According to the federal government's Energy Information Administration, Alaskan wells produced 263.6 million barrels of oil in 2007, or 14.3 percent of the total U.S. production of 1.8 billion barrels.

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  67. Whatever the case, it became clear on Friday that there was a general consensus among observers: Palin failed to present herself as the strong leader many hoped she would be.

    On the other hand, she did not ‘flunk’ the test either. Gibson, most agree, purposefully tried to corner the Republican running mate. Although Palin did not deal with this as well as someone in her position should, she did not entirely allow Gibson to blow her away either. She made the points she wanted to make - a hawkish politician, believing Islamic extremists to pose a serious threat to America - and let the conservative base hear what it wanted to hear.

    Her performance will, it seems likely, bring an end to Palinmania in so far that voters have now also seen her weaknesses at display.

    She was shortly presented as a political genius, single-handedly able to crush Barack Obama. The interview put her solidly back on earth.

    In the meantime, her nomination has achieved what it wanted to achieve in the short run; two weeks of positive coverage, and a significant boost in the polls for John McCain.

    It is now up to him to win the battle with Obama.

    PALIN-MANIA IS OVER.

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  68. So Johnny McLobbyBoy has decided it’s a good idea to put Sarah Per-Diem Palin a heart beat from the presidency.

    And we’re to believe THAT is putting country first?

    In what respect, Johnny?

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  69. Well thats it,Lydia the rocket scientist....yes the same person who 3 months ago wanted to desalinate the ocean has declared
    Palin-mania over.I guess we should just call the election for BHO and Hairplugs.

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  70. Interesting that all the media comparisons are Palin to Obama.

    It seems they're trying to prove HE has more experience than she.

    Wouldn't it be more realistic to compare her to Biden?

    I Wonder why they're not?

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  71. Because McCain if something happens to McCain, we're stuck with another Bush. Palin went to Community colleges, changed colleges 5 times, took her 5 years. Never studied foreign policy. All we need is another theocrat who believes their version of a fundamentalist God told them to go to war.

    She is PRO-DEATH.

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  72. Desalination, as Israel does, is a wonderul way to help our water supply.

    What kind of nut are you?

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  73. Yes, but it ain't gonna lower the ocean levels one bit...

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  74. It also uses a considerable amount of energy. Not a good thing if we are trying to conserve.

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  75. Why doesn't Fascist Franny have any answers to the very factual observations regarding his wet dream? All he seems to have is smears for Charlie Gibson, a guy who could be counted on to be more deferential to Sarahpoleon than most in the MSM. How does smearing Gibson make Sarahpoleon any more competent?

    And attacking her incompetence leaves untouched a very valid attack on her obvious Narcissism and her cronyism. The 'tards don't seem to have anything but weak rebuttals (which are often directly contradicted with the known facts,) or some BS about lipstick and pigs.

    Sad, damned sad.

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  76. Actually asking why they're not comparing Palin to Biden was a rhetorical question.

    They're trying to establish Obama's experience, and he can't compete with either Biden or McCain.

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  77. Freedom Fan said...
    So like Mcloser is gonna enact a frickin draft...
    -FS

    Yes, a powerful Dummycrat loser:

    ...House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Charles Rangel laid out his plans to introduce legislation calling for reinstating the draft... Rangel is the powerful chairman of a major committee, and his party controls both Houses of Congress. We will soon find out how much support the draft has in his party (it has none in the Republican party).
    -Vote for Democrats, Get a Draft?...................."


    Uhh dude, the quote i referenced like stated McLOSER agreed we frickin need a draft, so like your sayin no one in the conservotard party supports a draft is a frickin lie.

    You guys cant just make shit up, you must really think we're frickin stupid if you can like take a quote of mcLOSER admitting he supports a draft then say no in the frickin party he is the presidential nom and head of supports the draft.

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  78. Freedom Fan said...
    Do you guys frickin believe that twit didnt even know what the Bush Doctrine was?
    -FS

    I agree. Gibson is an idiot:

    ...Gibson informed [Palin] the Bush doctrine is "we have the right of anticipatory self-defense."

    "Wrong," writes Krauthammer. "I know something about the subject because, as the Wikipedia entry on the Bush doctrine notes, I was the first to use the term" way back in 2001.
    -"So, looks like it was Charlie Gibson's gaffe on Bush doctrine, not Sarah Palin's" L.A. Times

    /'s kinda fun to shoot fishy-smelling things in a barrel............."


    uhh dude frickin everyone opposed to this frickin war knows the President Shit For Brains Goon Doctrine is anticipatory self defense, some frickin goon loser named Krauthammer, whoever the fuc$ that is sayin otherwise doesnt frickin make a difference everyone cept Sara the Twit Palin knew exactly what Gibson meant.

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  79. Lydia Cornell said...
    Desalination, as Israel does, is a wonderul way to help our water supply.

    What kind of nut are you?................"


    Lydia, these ignorand deranged frickin goons dont give a crap about our environment, or helpin the poor, or health care or education, all they are is frickin ignorant greedy bastards that thrive on ignorance.

    This frickin goon scoffs at desalination but chants drill dril drill and clean coal like a robotic trained goon.

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  80. I'm goin out for the night i've had all the conservotard ignorance i can frickin handle.

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  81. Lydia, these ignorand deranged frickin goons dont give a crap about our environment, or helpin the poor, or health care or education, all they are is frickin ignorant greedy bastards that thrive on ignorance.

    That's exactly right; Fascist Franny, like most of her wingtard comrades, looks down on someone educated, or even informed. They have been riding pretty high the last few years because a couple of THEM were occupying the offices of President and Vice President. They could finally feel GOOD about the fact that most of them can't so much as wipe without instructions.

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  82. Jolly given the fact that Bear Stearns is history, Lehman Brothers is sinking fast into history and it seems even Merril Lynch is fallen into the same quicksand, added to the fact that both fannie and freddie had to be bailed out because of the wingtards idea of economic gain was using the housing market as a sort of three card monti, and hoping nobody noticed that there was NO real money under all the shenanigans.

    They will claim as usual it was the borrowers who are at blame since they should know how to read almost a thousand pages of extremely lawyerese documents, and understand the modern math models of mortgage financing.

    The wingtards like franny will claim that everything was well, till some bleedin heart liberals wanted the whole cabal to PROVE they had the money they claimed.

    Too bad for the wingtards real people by the millions are gettin' burnt in this decade just like they did in 1929-32, after the last time right wing republican economic theory was foisted full time on the American economy, and WRECKED it.

    The clueless little twits think St Sarah will save them, .... they better hope so because the last time a democratic administration came to power to clean up a right wing republican mess, the wingtarss got a LONG time on the side lines to think about it.

    If St Johnny of the clueless economic theories and St Sarah of the Washington bails out Alaska all the time where is the problem? get handed this economic train wreck, they will have not only made George W Bush look intelligent by comparison, but Herbert Hoover an economic genius by comparison.

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  83. "Too bad for the wingtards real people by the millions are gettin' burnt in this decade just like they did in 1929-32, after the last time right wing republican economic theory was foisted full time on the American economy, and WRECKED it."

    the last "Repulican economic theory"

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  84. Garet Garrett (1878–1954), born Edward Peter Garrett, was an American journalist and author who was noted for his critiques of the New Deal and U.S. involvement in the Second World War.

    So he was wrong about the new deal and he was wrong about fighting the Nazi's, which is why he is another of duncetron's heroes.

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  85. Damn every time you post about some right wing sycophant who lived through the economic wreckage of the US economy by the Republican right win administrations in the 1920's and assail the recovery which the New deal allowed the poor and American middle class ......

    They ALWAYS are also against fighting the Nazis, why is that?

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  86. The McCain Seven who help John McCain lie to the American people.

    Here are the seven professional liars who are running St Johnny's campaign

    1. Rick Davis Campaign Manager, Fmr. Telecom Lobbyist, he is currently on leave from Davis, Manafort & Freedman

    Davis has lobbied for Airborne Express and DHL on their controversial merger deal, as well as telecom companies Bell South, SBC, and Verizon.

    2. Charlie Black Senior Campaign Advisor, Fmr. Mortgage Lender Lobbyist, is a former chief lobbyist for BKSH & Associates

    Black was listed among event organizers for the Rev. Sun Myung Moon's March 23, 2004 coronation ceremony in the Dirksen Senate Office Building.

    Black has lobbied for 109 clients including Yukos Oil and Freddie Mac.

    3. Randy Scheunemann Senior Foreign Policy Advisor, Fmr. Big Oil Lobbyist He is the President of the Committee for the Liberation of Iraq, which was created by the Project for the New American Century (PNAC), of which he is a board member, and was an advisor to Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld on Iraq. During the 2002 and early 2003 campaign by the George W. Bush administration to generate public support for the 2003 invasion of Iraq, Scheunemann had a close association with Iraq exile Ahmad Chalabi.

    Scheunemann has had lobbying clients that include BP Amoco and the NRA, and of course the country of Georgia>

    4. Nancy Pfotenhauer Senior Policy Advisor, Fmr. Energy Lobbyist also former president of Independent Women's Forum, an anti woman's right organization. People for the American Way describe IWF as a group that "opposes affirmative action, gender equity programs like Title IX, and the Violence Against Women Act."

    Pfothenhauer is a former energy lobbyist for Koch Industries.

    5. Phil Gramm Senior Economic Advisor, Fmr. Mortgage Giant, UBS, Lobbyist Gramm was one of five co-sponsors of the Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000[3]. One provision of the bill was referred to as the "Enron loophole" because the House Agriculture Committee drafted it and it was later applied to Enron. Some critics blame the provision for permitting the Enron scandal to occur. At the time, Gramm's wife was previously on Enron's board of directors. Later in his Senate career, Gramm spearheaded efforts to pass banking reform laws, including the landmark Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act in 1999, which served to reduce government regulations in existence since the Great Depression separating banking, insurance and brokerage activities.

    Years later, critics of Gramm point out that this same legislation may have been pivotal in encouraging the corporate practices that led to the 2008 mortgage crises in America.

    Later, as lobbyist for Swiss bank UBS, Gramm pressured congress ease it's restrictions on predatory lending tactics by mortgage brokers. For his efforts, Gramm received $750,000 from UBS in during a one year period starting in 2007.

    Gramm is a former lobbyist for mortgage giant UBS.

    6. John Green Campaign Congressional Liaison, Fmr. Mortgage Lender Lobbyist, Big Oil, Health Insurance and Prescription Drug Companies, a founding partner of what is now Ogilvy Government Relations

    Green has lobbied for 168 clients, including insurance industry trade groups, CheveronTexaco, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and others.

    7. Wayne Berman Campaign Vice-Chair and Finance Co-Chair, Fmr. Insurance Company Lobbyist is a principal of the Federalist Group.

    Berman has lobbied for almost 100 clients, which includes the Blackstone Group, Carlyle Group, UnitedHealth, AT&T, Verizon, Viacom, Monsanto, and American International Group.


    Notice all the mortgage industry and big oil paid mouth pieces?

    St Sarah has paid professional liars of her own, even though she has shown she can lie very well with out them;

    Steven W. Silver, worked to get sT Sarah 27 million of Americas tax dollars for a community of about 5500 people.

    BTW Silver was part of “Team Abramoff.”

    Silver was a member of Ted Stevens And Don Young’s “Inner Circle” and his firm “Became ensnared in the wide-ranging Federal Investigation Of Corruption By Alaska Republican Officials.

    The person she picked to run for governor with;

    Sean Parnell, a former oil industry lobbyist.


    These are the people helping John McCain and his side kick get elected to stop the power of lobbyists in Washington,

    Yea right and pigs can fly.

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  87. The McCain Seven trying to fool the American people one more time.

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  88. David Frum, had avery interesting take on the St Sarah Charlie Gibson chat

    A president does not need to know everything. In fact, it's certainly impossible for him (or her) to know everything that he might possibly need to know. That's what the White House staff - and beyond them the whole vast apparatus of the US government - is for. Collectively, the US government knows a lot. And all of that knowledge is at the service and disposal of the president. All the president has to do is - is ask.

    But that's not as easy as it sounds.

    Somebody who knew President Bush well once remarked to me. "You'll notice he never asks questions."

    "Why not?" I said.

    "Because he doesn't know what it's okay for him not to know."

    **

    Again and again through the ABC interview with Sarah Palin, Gibson asked questions to which an evasive answer would have been perfectly appropriate ... But Palin never punted. She tried to bluff her way through, pretending to know what she obviously did not know. It's an understandable impulse, and in the context of a single interview, not so very terrible. But is it an impulse that she'd lay aside once in office? Or is it a deeper habit? A lot may turn on the answer to that question.


    Is St Sarah channeling G Dubya?

    Is she really that clueless?

    Or is it the fact she don't know she is that clueless, that makes her try to not look as clueless as she really is?

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  89. Glad to see this here Lydia! She is an insult to Ameica! She doesn’t know shit only how to lie which is what Repugs need!
    First, Palin set off alarm bells with her Iraq speech. The Washington Post wrote, “Gov. Sarah Palin linked the war in Iraq with the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks…a view once promoted by Bush administration officials [that] has since been rejected even by the president himself.”

    Then, when ABC’s Charlie Gibson asked her opinion on the Bush Doctrine that led us to war in Iraq, it got worse. As the New York Times put it: “Palin most visibly stumbled when she was asked by Mr. Gibson if she agreed with the Bush doctrine. Ms. Palin did not seem to know what he was talking about. Mr. Gibson, sounding like an impatient teacher, informed her

    Neanderthal Palin who wants the Polar bear off the endangered list, has a bear carcass on her couch, and advocates shooting wolfs from planes to protect her caribou burgers, and whose lying hubby and aides was subpoenaed in trooper gate, was forewarned! A former ethics adviser to Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin warned in July that firing her public safety commissioner would become a "grave concern" for her administration.

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  90. "First, Palin set off alarm bells with her Iraq speech. The Washington Post wrote, “Gov. Sarah Palin linked the war in Iraq with the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks…"

    Actually No...

    From the article:
    "...telling an Iraq-bound brigade of soldiers that included her son that they would "defend the innocent from the enemies who planned and carried out and rejoiced in the death of thousands of Americans."

    The "innocent" being the Iraqi civilians, and the "enemies" being Al Qaida in Iraq...

    The writer further opines:
    "The idea that the Iraqi government under Saddam Hussein helped al-Qaeda plan the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, a view once promoted by Bush administration officials, has since been rejected even by the president himself."

    The "Iraqi government" under Sadam Hussein hasn't existed in quite a few years, Maybe someone should tell the Washington comPost...




    "“Palin most visibly stumbled when she was asked by Mr. Gibson if she agreed with the Bush doctrine. Ms. Palin did not seem to know what he was talking about. Mr. Gibson, sounding like an impatient teacher, informed her"

    Actually AP she asked "in what respect?"

    Which is accurate as even the Washington Post admits...

    "Many Versions of 'Bush Doctrine' Palin's Confusion in Interview Understandable, Experts Say"




    "Neanderthal Palin who wants the Polar bear off the endangered list, because it's NOT endangered has a bear carcass on her couch, and advocates shooting wolfs "wolves" maybe? from planes to protect her caribou burgers, Many Alaskans hunt for their food AP and the "wolves" are taking way too many. and whose lying hubby and aides was subpoenaed in trooper gate, was forewarned! Yes they're all lying. Let's not wait on an investigation, we should just lynch them now eh? Especially since reporting on Mrs. Palin has been soooo accurate so far... A former ethics adviser to Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin warned in July that firing her public safety commissioner would become a "grave concern" for her administration."

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  91. Should I be worried about being a slave again?
    -Whoopie (cushion) Goldberg

    No, but you should be worried about having a skull full of lukewarm oatmeal.

    See Whoopie, you were only treated like a slave in a movie, you were never a slave in ... well actually you still are slave to the rabid left mentality of Hollyweird.

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  92. Looks like the pink pajama circle jerk twins have their morning limit of the stoopid kool aid again.

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  93. Barack Obama raised $66 million in August.

    And St Johnny of the Liars can only spend $85 million the whole general campaign.

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  94. The "innocent" being the Iraqi civilians, and the "enemies" being Al Qaida in Iraq...

    The very people the United states let into the country when it illegally invaded, over threw the military and police, disbanded both, THEN left the borders unsecured for years.

    SO dolty is that how you keep the evil, al qaeda people from the Iraqi civilians who NEVER asked the US to totally f*ck up their country in the first place?

    Or is that the best spin ya can put on this fiasco?

    BTW genius what about the Sunni Iraqis who fought the US until we bribed them to stop?

    What about all the Shiites who fight against the US and the Sunnis? Are they secretly al qaeda, are you even as clueless as John McCain about the real situation in Iraq?

    IS the fight between the Kurdish people and both the Shiite lead central government, and the local Turkmen and Sunnis part of al qaeda.

    Is the fight between al Sadr and the Shiite lead government of al Maliki which is mainly staffed with Badr brigade fighters, in the military past of the evil al qaeda?

    Cause genius st Sarah's offspring is gonna be fighting against all of these if the neo-con wet dream for Iraq has a chance of succeeding son.


    The "Iraqi government" under Sadam Hussein hasn't existed in quite a few years, Maybe someone should tell the Washington comPost...

    Cry about language and terminology NOT the truth that Saddam had NOTHING to do with any attacks on the world traqe center son?

    Sort of shows what your all about eh duncetron, spin over all including lies and half truths, to camouflage the total lack of credibility McCain campaigns part about now.

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  95. Did anyone catch Hairplugs the other day at a speech in Mo.,the dope was trying to give a shout out to a dem state senator,Hairplugs told the poor guy to STAND UP and let everyone see him....unfortunatly the guy was crippled and in a wheel chair.....oops.

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  96. OH MY GOD,

    The schadenfreude of it,

    The audacity,

    How bad is it really?

    Rove Says McCain's Lying Goes Too Far

    and KKarl should know when you go to far in the lying department.


    It seems St Johnny forgot what he was taught at the Naval Academy;

    Midshipmen are persons of integrity: They stand for that which is right.

    They tell the truth and ensure that the full truth is known. They do not lie.


    .... but then again maybe St Johnny never really learned much there, he was 894 of 899 cadets graduating there.

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  97. All that lying must be having some effect, st Johnny is a slippin' in the polls;

    9/14: Hotline/Diageo Pres-Tracker: Obama 45%, McCain 43%

    9/14: Res. 2000 Pres-Tracker: Obama 47%, McCain 45%

    9/14: Gallup Pres-Tracker: McCain 47%, Obama 45%

    9/14: Rasmussen Pres-Tracker: McCain 50%, Obama 47%

    Average Obama 46% McCain 45.75%, looks like the bounce is over Franny

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  98. BTW while we all figure out how much St Johnny and St Sarah sin with their lies, the wall street meltdown accelerates,

    Lehman sale talks falter

    Talks to sell Lehman Brothers Holdings faltered on Sunday, triggering concerns that the investment bank may be heading into bankruptcy by the end of the day and prompting banks to call an emergency trading session to unwind positions with the firm.

    Barclays, which had appeared to be frontrunner to take over Lehman -- excluding its toxic mortgage-related assets -- said it pulled out of the bidding, as top bankers and regulators met for a third day to try to resolve the crisis.

    The bank withdrew because the U.S. government wouldn't provide financial guarantees, according to a person familiar with the matter.


    Thus it fails and has to declare bankruptcy.

    But that isn't the end, just more of the beginning of the crash;

    The crisis at Lehman presents a delicate balancing act for Paulson and the Federal Reserve, who have urged Wall Street chiefs to come up with their own solution.

    So far this year, the government has sponsored rescues of Lehman rival Bear Stearns and mortgage lenders Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae.

    ...

    Investors have said that if nothing is done by Monday, global financial markets could plunge.

    Other financial firms that are weighed down by poorly performing real estate assets are under particular pressure.

    Shares of brokerage Merrill Lynch> tumbled 12 percent on Friday, while those of insurer American International Group Inc fell more than 30 percent.

    Shares of Washington Mutual Inc, the largest U.S. savings and loan, have declined 80 percent this year.

    All three companies have varying degrees of exposure to the mortgages and other toxic assets that were Lehman's undoing.

    "Anyone else who has these toxic assets, if they haven't made a full confession, they better do it now," said Matt McCormick, portfolio manager at Bahl & Gaynor Investment Counsel in Cincinnati, Ohio, which has $2.9 billion of assets under management.


    But St Johnny said the fundamentals of our economy were sound, he just didn't convince Wall Street it seems.

    Stay tuned after November all bets are off as the Administration of Bushco criminal inc is history and they no longer care because their legacy is already two levels below dog feces, and St Sarah and St Johnny are as clueless on the ecomomy as they come .....

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  99. (McCain + Palin) - (Bush + Cheney) = Lipstick

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  100. Well, Merril Lynch has sold itself to bank of America and Lehman Brothers is essentially in bankruptcy even if they haven't formally filed at this moment,

    Wanna bet quite a few 401k's take a real good shot in their portfolios?

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  101. St Johnny of Hanoi recently made a statement about St Sarah of Wasilla;

    "She knows more about energy then probably any one else in the United States"

    REALLY?

    She knows MORE then T Boone Pickens?

    Maybe she can explain to him how his proposal won't work and her proposal will? (Oh right that wasn't her proposal she don't actually have one).

    She knows MORE then Matthew Simmons author of Twilight in the Desert, and an energy investment banker for years?

    Maybe she can explain to him where he is wrong and she is right?

    She knows MORE then Guy Caruso, you know the head of EIA?

    She knows MORE then Kenneth S. Deffeyes?

    She knows MORE then Richard Heinberg?

    Damn she hides it real good from the rest of us.

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  102. NEW BLOG THREAD IS UP

    a tragedy

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