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Thursday, October 04, 2007

Devilcrat watch

The Democrat presidential primary is a beauty pageant in which the candidates try to demonstrate that they hate America more than their rivals, and since Osama Bin Laden probably couldn't sneak into the country to accept their nomination, they'll just name Hillary Clinton instead. But it looks as if dark horse Barack Hussein Obama may take the lead with his latest fatwa against Our Nation:
"You know, the truth is that right after 9/11, I had a [flag lapel] pin," Obama said. "Shortly after 9/11, particularly because as we're talking about the Iraq War, that became a substitute for I think true patriotism, which is speaking out on issues that are of importance to our national security, I decided I won't wear that pin on my chest.

"Instead," he said, "I'm going to try to tell the American people what I believe will make this country great, and hopefully that will be a testimony to my patriotism."
Or maybe he just hates America. The Democrats' war on empty gestures (c.f. John Edwards' bumper sticker gaffe) may play well with their nuance-loving, Volvo-driving, French-speaking constituents, but to those of us who love Freedom, he might as well burn an American flag... which he'll probably do while he proudly accepts their nomination, in Arabic. Alarming, to say the least.

Clinton the unstoppable sex machine: God help us, it looks as if DC's drycleaners will be removing Bill Clinton's DNA from another generation of interns' dresses. Chairman Hillary's seductive wiles probably rank up their with Rosie O'Donell's in terms of effectiveness on the gentlemen of the species, but somehow (black magic? widespread ingestion of lead paint?), male Democrats are warming up to this castrating shrew:
An ABC/Washington Post poll released Oct. 3 shows that 48 percent of Democratic men — a rise from 29 percent at the beginning of September — support her presidential bid.
This is clearly another symptom of America's declining Morals, as the article goes on to speculate that part of her appeal may be a sense of nostalgia for Bill Clinton's police state:
"This country was rocking and rolling when the Clintons were in office," said Walter Cheadle, a 64-year-old independent. "I consider her a very intelligent woman. She was in the White House for eight years with her husband and she has all that experience."
The only upside: the possiblity of 4/8 years of endless congressional inquiries into her 1974 tax returns. Glory!

Despite the missteps Our President has made dealing with illegal immigrants, he has a good heart, and of all the political figures I can think of, he's the one I'd most like to drink a beer and do a line of blow with. His agenda of Compassionate Convervatism was on full display this week when he spared future generations of children the horrors of dependence on the federal government for their health insurance (that's for when they're 65) and vetoed the expansion of the SCHIP bill. Instead of leading them down the slippery slope of welfare spongehood, he taught America's Youth a valuable and character-building lesson: If you want something bad enough, get a job and have your employer provide you with it. And how do the Democrats respond? Like total assholes:
The House of Representatives will wait two weeks before voting to overturn or uphold President Bush's veto of the proposed expansion of a children's health insurance program, even though they argued earlier that time was the critical issue in forcing the legislation through Congress. ...

Democrats have already started running ads in some Republican districts criticizing the Republican member's vote on the SCHIP bill. Democrats can use the next two weeks to try to convince enough Republicans to switch their votes so they can override the veto.

The bill Bush vetoed passed the House Sept. 25 by a vote of 265-159, short of the 290 votes needed to overturn a veto.

"The fact that they are delaying this for two weeks reflects that they're more interested in running radio and TV ads for two weeks than they are in expanding children's health insurance coverage as quickly as possible," Rep. Adam Putnam (R-Fla.) told reporters in a briefing Wednesday.
It's obvious the DemocRATS are more interested in instilling partisan loyalty in future generations of potential Democratic voters than tending to the health insurance needs of America' children. I only hope this cynical ploy blows up in their faces before they do more damage to America and the Republican Party. Praise Him!

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