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Liberal Utopia

What your world would be if everything liberals wanted, they got. Open the door at the bottom of its Elysium fa├žade and take a glimpse of hell.

'For the last two years...'

 

"you've been a member of a do-nothing Qongress. What have you gotten done there for the people? Besides just talk."


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Hillosery scrapes "her" glass jaw off the floor, "she"'ll sputter a bit before opening "her" petulant-sounding mouth and sticking her well-heeled foot vastly back in it again.

John Sydamnesty MqQain III can't ask that question in a debate.

"You're a senator in a do-nothing Qongress. What top executive-branch experience does that give you again? Besides how to yak in committee."

After Barack Hussein Obama stands in stupefied silence for a while, he'll yammer a bit about serving in this or that committee before making his audience's eyes glaze over and, thus, reinforcing precisely your point.

John Sydamnesty MqQain III can't ask that question in a debate.

"Voters look at what a person has done far more than what he or she [or 'she'] says or promises. As a senator in a do-nothing Qongress which has the lowest public approval rating in modern memory, can you tell the voters what you have done there?
Besides raise your own salary."

John Sydamnesty MqQain III can't ask that question in a debate.

That's because each and every one of these same questions can be asked right back at him.

Plus his debate opponent can ask him more than a few not applicable to any of the other Republican candidates. For examples:

"You weren't technically born on U.S. soil. Or do you believe the Panama Canal Zone was sovereign U.S. territory at the time you were born there?
Do you dread anyone raising this issue in some federal court as an argument against your being constitutionally qualified to serve as president?"

"You couldn't get your own immigration-reform bill — a bill supported by the president — to even pass the Senate. Doesn't that show, more than anything else, that you really can't get the job done?"

"Your campaign-finance reform bill was supposed to take money out of politics and 'eliminate the appearance of corruption in Washington, D.C.' but has miserably failed to get the job done. In fact, you yourself have pulled in the same big-donor contributions you were once all against. Does that not apparently make you a hypocrite as well as incompetent to solve this problem?"

John Sydamnesty MqQain III can't answer these questions in a debate and avoid his coming across as other than irredeemably flawed.

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Reagan conservatism

 

In the beginning...


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eagan had just served two terms as the governor of California.... He signed the biggest tax increase in the history of the state.... He signed a bill legalizing abortion."

Shocking, I know.

Republican U.S. Representative John Linder — American Conservative Union lifetime rating 94.7/100; 2006 rating 96, the highest that year of all the 13-member Georgia delegation — was there from the beginning, working against the Republican Establishment™ in Georgia to help Ronald Reagan win the 1976 nomination for president.

As he says of both President Reagan and Mike Huckabee, "governors have different challenges than presidents."

January 20, 2008

I was first elected to the Georgia House of Representatives 34 years ago. I have watched this party change for a long time. Some changes have been better than others.

Two years after that first election, I went to work on the Reagan campaign for the Republican presidential nomination. I was one of the leaders of that campaign in Georgia, and my friend, Paul Coverdell, led the establishment's efforts to nominate President Ford.

It was the typical establishment-versus-interloper campaign. Most of the friends I had made in the party were in the establishment. Most of them thought the nomination of Ronald Reagan was not only impractical, but would destroy our party.

Reagan had just served two terms as the governor of California. His record was not all that conservative. He signed the biggest tax increase in the history of the state. He got the best he could get with a Democrat-dominated general assembly. He signed a bill legalizing abortion. But governors have different challenges than presidents.

Frankly, most of the establishment couldn't have cared less about abortion. They thought the discussion of it was, well, tacky. But we were, at the time, the party that Barry built, and the new foot soldiers cared about abortion.

Their concern with Reagan was that he just wasn't up to it. What did he know about foreign policy? How could he stand up to the Soviets? Did he understand detente?

During that campaign, as in all campaigns, the establishment sat at the head table, and the rest of us milled around the small round tables below.

Coverdell approached me, after Ford had won the first several primaries, and urged me to switch sides. Paul was convinced that Ford had the best chance of winning. Paul recited all of the reservations mentioned above and then said, "John, Reagan cannot win. No one will take him seriously." That was also the consensus of the Republican writers and commentators.

I said, "Paul, I think politics is all about what you believe. I know what Reagan believes. I have no idea what Ford believes. But you need to watch Reagan connect with the people. He is the best communicator I have ever seen. He is bringing new people into the party. And these are folks you won't be meeting at the club for lunch. They carry a lunch bucket to work. Or a brown paper bag."

Four years later, I worked again for Reagan and Paul worked for George H. W. Bush. Again, the Wall Street crowd sat at the head table, and the Main Street crowd sat at the small round tables on the floor.

The same arguments came from the establishment. His tax cut idea was a "riverboat gamble." In fact, his tax cuts doubled the size of the economy and doubled revenues to the treasury. Unfortunately, they spent that and more.

Reagan didn't understand that the world is a dangerous place and dealing with the Soviets required a more "understanding" policy. It also required a willingness to sign more treaties. They didn't know that Reagan had no interest in understanding the Soviets. He wanted communism consigned to "the ash heap of history."

It was a neverending series of put-downs until New Hampshire. Then it was over.

Reagan won that election with the support of Larry Lunch-bucket and Betty Brownbag. They were called the Reagan Democrats. When we celebrated that victory, I asked some of them why they chose to join us. They said, "When he talked, we felt that he was talking to us." The Reagan Democrats believe they have been ignored since 1988.

The establishment doesn't like change. They have always felt that their seats at the head table were threatened by those new to the club. The establishment that so ardently opposed Reagan's nomination in 1980 crawled all over each other to chair his 1984 race.

Today they now see themselves as those who put Reagan in power. His presidency was their presidency. They believe they are the keepers of the flame.

Today's establishment includes elected officials, consultants, lobbyists and even conservative writers and commentators. Unless you allow them to write the rules and approve of your positions you are unwelcome. Anyone who does not genuflect before their altar is "not conservative."

When you look at the many fine candidates seeking the Republican nomination for president, who do you believe can best speak to those Reagan Democrats?

I believe that candidate is Mike Huckabee.

When Reagan became president, one of his first moves was to reduce income taxes from 70 percent to 50 percent and ultimately down to 28 percent. As pointed out above, both the size of the economy and the federal revenues doubled in eight years.

Huckabee doesn't want to lower income taxes. He wants to abolish them - along with the IRS, the most intrusive, coercive and corrosive federal agency ever. Mike would replace those taxes on income with a sales tax - the FairTax. Every American will become a voluntary taxpayer paying taxes when you choose, as much as you choose, by how you choose to spend. How conservative can one get?

Rep. John Linder, R-Duluth, has served in the House of Representatives since 1992.



Every Republican governor who has run against a Demoqrat U.S. senator in a presidential election has won. Every governor from a Southern state who has run in an open presidential election has won.

There are no exceptions.

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Huckabucks

 

Six days to Tsunami Tuesday — Friday is Max Out for Mike Day




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Florida's illicit primary

 

Zero Demoqrat delegates "won." MqQain miserably fails to get a majority of votes. No majority vote for Hillosery Hilliary either.


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Case for Huckabee-Thompson ticket

 

Closing the book on BiIsIs and Hillosery — and tossing it in the fire.


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our elections and roughly seven hundred scandals ago, our fathers and mothers voted into the White House an unprecedented sleaze, steeped in corruption, illegality, and general wrongdoing, and dedicated to the proposition that all men and women are created to serve a national socialist government controlled solely by it.

Now we are engaged in another general election, testing whether we want to endure the very same sleaze, so dedicated, all over again.

We here highly resolve that this shall never be what we want; that BiIsIs and Hillosery shall not have a new term in the White House; and that their corrupt dynasty despotically of them both, by them both, and for them both, shall utterly perish from the earth.

More than that, today's voters have a chance to do over, getting it much better this time, practically all of what those earlier ones regrettably allowed back in 1992.

That year it was someone who was the 42nd governor of Arkansas, who was from Hope, and who chose as his running mate someone who was a senator from Tennessee, whom voters elected to be our nation's 42nd president. Except our original batch was one of worst we ever turned out.

This year we can take that batch and substitute all its ingredients with vastly improved ones: It'd be someone who was the 44th governor of Arkansas, who was from Hope, and who chooses as his running mate someone who was a senator from Tennessee, whom voters elect to be our nation's 44th president.

Call it Karma, restoring the balance, or even rightful restitution. It's as close to time travel to undo a massive national mistake as we'll ever get in this lifetime.

As the torch passes to a new generation of American voters, let the very first thing we do with it be to thus consummately burn up the book we've closed on the corrupt, despotic dynasty of BiIsIs and Hillosery al-Qlinton. It'd be in keeping with our whole national experience, too:

In the entire history of U.S. presidential elections, no Demoqrat senator has ever beaten a Republican state governor, either former or serving. The reason's obvious: There's no substitute for the latter's actual experience of running an executive branch of government, especially in time of war.

Even more important, no governor from a Southern state who runs for president has ever lost an open presidential election.

Mike Huckabee is a former, multi-term Republican governor from a Southern state. He's no son of a big state governor like the only other governor — the one from a Northern state, by the way, like Michael Dukakis was — running for president. He hasn't been a member of Congress and D.C. society for the last several decades. He's been married once and never once taken a mistress. He has no former, disgracefully impeached president as his spouse. He isn't a messiah. He is a Republican from Hope.

With former Tennessee senator Fred Thompson running as vice president on the same ticket, Governor Huckabee will be elected our nation's 44th president.

The fact he wants to do away with the IRS (aka Public Enemy No. 1) and replace it with the universal, monthly-prebate Fair Tax, is a plus. The fact he wants to use any portion of that tax's revenue to fund one or more new nanny-state programs, we here also highly resolve to convince him that it'd be in both his and our best interests not to.

Congressman Duncan Hunter, a Vietnam combat veteran whose son is a Marine officer and Operation Iraqi Freedom combat veteran, calls Governor Huckabee his personal choice for president. He says

I got to know Governor Huckabee well on the campaign trail. Of the remaining candidates I feel that he is strongly committed to strengthening national defense, constructing the border fence and meeting the challenge of China's emergence as a military superpower that is taking large portions of America's industrial base.

Along with these issues of national security, border enforcement and protecting the U.S. industrial base, I see another quality of Mike Huckabee's candidacy that compels my endorsement. Mike Huckabee is a man of outstanding character and integrity. I saw that character over the last year of campaigning and was greatly impressed. The other Republican candidates have many strengths and I wish them all well. My personal choice is Mike Huckabee.



My first choice for the President and Vice President ticket, as you can see in the sidebar, is the one of former Missouri Governor John Ashcroft and our current Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Barring some political equivalent of a miracle in the next few days, I'm going to take that banner down and replace it with one showing that the ticket of Governor Huckabee and Senator Thompson is my personal choice as well.

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Obama first to win a majority of votes

 

...in any state.


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ompetition is a dirty word to Hillosery, even given "her" extremely foul mouth. Only when nobody's on the ballot besides "her"self does "she" have any hope of "winning" an actual majority. But even then "she" has to lie and cheat to "win" it.

Williar Jiverson Qlinton's very old "lady" wasn't the only losing loser to lose the South Carolina Demoqrat primary. Remember how all the polls only a few days ago had Hillosery just under "10 points" below the front runner?
S.C. results
Obama55%
al-Qlinton27%
Edwards18%
In reality, the result was almost 30.

So much for polls and the lying liars who lie about them. The only ones that are reliable now are the only ones that matter. We non-elitist, non-Hillosery-bootlickers call them "elections."

Even then there isn't really any competition. Barack Hussein Obama's rallying cry is "Yes, we can!" Hillosery's inevitably "No, 'she' can't."

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Hillosery cries like a little girl

 

During an exclusive interview with LU News, the only unindicted criminal co-conspirator ever to "serve" in the U.S. Senate once again gets extremely emotional.


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Junior Senator from New York BiIsIs al-Qlinton's old "lady":
 

How the %7@) did you get in here!



I told the Secret Service we had an interview. They said I could wait in here for you.



Those hired pigs don't know 5&*6. I specifically told them no interviews with any %7@)ing conservative types.



Well, they asked me what "LU" stands for. When I told them they said it'd be okay.



|%7@)ing |($9 bastard 5&*6heads!



It's all right. This won't take long. Besides, you don't want me to reveal where we are, do you?



|^1##~+ %7@)ing right I don't. You better keep your %7@)ing mouth quiet!



I bet you say that to all the reporters. Now, if you don't mind, may we continue the interview?



|%7@). All right. But first, turn the %7@) around. I've got to take a %7@)ing 2*55.



You aren't going to use a stall?



|^1##~+ it! I'll ^1##~+ %7@)ing 2*55 any %7@)ing ^1##~+ way I want to. And you won't say the first ^1##~+ %7@)ing word about it either!



Okay, okay. I'm turning around....



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You got one of those stand-up things?



Shut the %7@) up! ....



I've heard a flush. May I turn back around now?



Wait one ^1##~+ %7@)ing minute.... Okay, you can turn around.



Are you sure?



Yes, ^1##~+ it! Hurry, I don't have %7@)ing all ^1##~+ day.



Yes, Your Nibs.



Now what's your first ^1##~+ question?



Okay. First question: Why did you remain "married" to Bill Qlinton, after knowing that he regularly cheated on you? Do you have no self-respect?



What's with the %7@)ing air quotes? I can produce the ^1##~+ marriage certificate if you don't %7@)ing believe we aren't ^1##~+ %7@)ing married.



I'll take that as a "no," then. I also have a follow-up: If your "husband" never ran for or became president, do you feel you would be a U.S. senator from New York now? Do you feel you would be running for or holding any elected office at all?



What kind of %7@)ing 5&*66- ~55 question is that? I won't answer any ^1##~+ hypotheticals.



Sounds like another "no." All right, we'll try a non-hypothetical. You've publicly accused President Bush of "spying" on normal Americans, but you yourself hired — not once but twice — the Hollywood-based ex-con Tony "Telesleuth" Pellicano who's famous for using not just wiretaps but live hand grenades and plastic explosives when he spies on Americans for clients like you. Do you feel your accusations against our president have a not so very hypothetical ring of hypocrisy to them?



|%7@)! You don't ^1##~+ expect me to keep %7@)ing track all the ^1##~+ time of every %7@)ed-up thing anyone I hire does, do you?



So your answer's "yes"?



No, it's a %7@)ing ^1##~+ no.



Sure. Next question. Not too long ago you promised to get the government to pay five thousand dollars to every child not aborted in America. That amounts to over a hundred billion dollars a year. Are you still making that promise? and, if so, what existing government programs do you propose cutting or new taxes do you propose raising to make this extreme expenditure even possible?



It's for the ^1##~+ children, ^1##~+ it. So I'll %7@)ing raise any ^1##~+ tax I please. If any |($9 ~55 Republican stands in my way I'll %7@)ing destroy them!



That's nice. Does that mean you'll — and I quote you — "need people like George Soros, who is fearless, and willing to step up when it counts," including bankrolling that destruction of Republicans?



He's just one ^1##~+ individual. I don't know why everyone's always ^1##~+ picking on him all the %7@)ing time.



Being a multi-billionaire has its disadvantages, I guess. Let's move on, then — if you'll pardon the pun. Last July, you said that "(liberal) is a word that originally meant that you were for freedom, that you were for the freedom to achieve, that you were willing to stand... on behalf of the individual, (but) in the last thirty, forty years, it has been turned up on its head." Is that some sort of admission?



I admit no %7@)ing thing. I'm saying that if you're a ^1##~+ |($9 %7@)ed Republican ~55&1_$, you don't give a ^1##~+ rat's ~55 about ^1##~+ freedom.



Isn't that special. Okay. Last October, you said that "(some say) that we should work through the United Nations and should only resort to force if and when the United Nations Security Council approves it, (but the UN) often lacks the cohesion to enforce its own mandates." Isn't that a recipe for the United States having to "go it alone" sometimes, perhaps even often?



|%7@) no. Your question's a ^1##~+ recipe for a %7@)ing 5&*6 sandwich.



What a pleasant thought. Maybe you can clear this one up, then. You said that "people who are here legally deserve some better treatment and acceptance in the law than people who are not here legally." If that's the case, why did you, only a few months before you said this, vote in favor of the MqQain-Qennedy bill which would've, in effect, given invading illegals much better treatment in the law than the people who've been following all our laws?



It did nothing of the ^1##~+ sort. It was a %7@)ing comprehensive plan for %7@)ing comprehensively allowing people to obey the ^1##~+ law, ^1##~+ it.



Like if you allowed people to tear up their speeding tickets there would be no more speeders?



You %7@)ing well know that's not the %7@)ing same thing. Not even %7@)ing close.



Let's say I do. Is that the same alleged reasoning you used when you proclaimed that the plan of Demoqrat Governor Spitzer of New York to give illegal aliens better treatment when it comes to their getting driver's licenses "makes a lot of sense."



|^1##~+ it, that's not even on the ^1##~+ books anymore, so it's now just another %7@)ing hypothetical. Next?



Actually, I have a follow up. Did you or anyone from your qampaign ever urge the governor to make that plan go away so it would be "just another hypothetical"?



I doubt you'll find any %7@)ing evidence showing that. So, next?



Why can't lawyers ever just say "no"?



(Teh Qackle®)



Never mind. Speaking of finding evidence, you said that you "will be requiring all Americans to have health care (insurance)" and you "will be calling on employers to do their part as well." How are you going to find out whether any American isn't meeting your requirements or whether employers aren't doing their part? Spy on them?



I'll %7@)ing make it mandatory that no one can get or keep a ^1##~+ job in this country unless they prove they %7@)ing got health insurance. Any ^1##~+ |($9 5&*6 self-employed person who doesn't submit %7@)ing proof of it with their ^1##~+ tax returns will be %7@)ing fined. I'll even have 5&*6head pigs on the street asking for proof of it during any %7@)ing DUI checkpoints! No one will %7@)ing escape my ^1##~+ requirements.



What were you saying about liberals and "freedom" just a couple of questions ago?



Freedom doesn't mean %7@)ing 5&*6 if you aren't ^1##~+ forced to have health insurance.



There's probably just enough room to carve those epitaphic words too on your qampaign's tombstone.



(Teh Psyqho-Qlown Qaqkle®).... |%7@)ing whoa. I've got to take another ^1##~+ leak. Turn the %7@) around again.



That's one requirement you won't have to force me to meet.




To be continued (maybe)....

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McCain's 'win' the poorest in South Carolina Republican Primary history

 

Since that primary's inception in 1980, the highest percentage of votes for the winning candidate has never been lower than 45 percent. That is, until John Sidney McCain III's extremely poor showing.


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ailing to get more than a third of the vote in a "win" that was only 3.3 percentage points higher than the second-place finisher — all in a primary election whose date, for the first time ever, blatantly violated national-party rules, resulting in the state party being penalized with a loss of half its total allotted delegates — is unprecedented:

Both John Sidney McCain III's extremely poor showing and that direct violation, which set the South Carolina Republican Primary's date at not the traditional three days but well over two weeks before Super Tuesday (the furthest separation ever in history between the two), have forever jinxed this primary's capability of predicting the party's presidential nominee.

Year (Date)    Candidate    % 
 
1980 (Mar. 8)Ronald Reagan54.7
John Connally29.6
George H.W. Bush14.8
others0.9
 
1984not contested
 
1988 (Mar. 5)George H.W. Bush48.5
Robert Dole20.6
Pat Robertson19.1
Jack Kemp11.5
others0.4
 
1992 (Mar. 7)George H.W. Bush66.9
Pat Buchanan25.7
David Duke7.1
others0.3
 
1996 (Mar. 2)Robert Dole45.1
Pat Buchanan29.2
Steve Forbes12.7
Lamar Alexander10.4
Alan Keyes2.1
others0.6
 
2000 (Feb. 19)George W. Bush53.4
John Sidney McCain III41.9
Alan Keyes4.5
others0.2
 
2004not contested
 
2008 (Jan. 19)John Sidney McCain III33.2
Mike Huckabee29.9
Fred Thompson15.7
Mitt Romney15.1
Ron Paul3.7
Rudy Giuliani2.1
Duncan Hunter0.2
others0.1
sources:

South Carolina Unofficial Results — Republican Presidential Preference Primary, January 19, 2008.

Greg Giroux and Bob Benenson, "GOP Jumble Tests South Carolina's History of Picking Favorites," Congressional Quarterly, January 18, 2008.



Moreover, every candidate who won after previously losing this primary always did so with a higher percentage of votes than he got the last time. That is, until John Sidney McCain III's extremely poor showing:

As opposed to George H.W. Bush's 14.8% in 1980 then 48.5% in 1988 (+33.7 points) or Robert Dole's 20.6% in 1988 then 45.1% in 1996 (+24.5 points), John Sidney McCain III's 41.9% in 2000 then 33.2% in 2008 (-8.7 points) is more than an extremely poor second showing. It's in fact the worst ever; an unprecedentedly negative "recovery win" from prior loss for any returning candidate.

Given that Florida, from which "national party officials have decided to count only half of the delegates... as a penalty for holding its primary earlier than allowed" (with no Demoqrat ones being counted for the same reason), has also chosen to vastly diminish its traditional influence in the nomination process, and given that only 21 delegates are up for grabs in Maine's Republican Caucus February 1-3, the only presidential primaries that matter now are the ones on, and perhaps after the extremely unprecedented Super Tsunami Tuesday.

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Hillosery miserably fails to win more national delegates than Obama

 

In Nevada, Barack Hussein Obama "celebrates (his) delegate victory."


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eports The Nation:

OBAMA WINS MOST NEVADA DELEGATES...

A source with knowledge of the Nevada Democratic Party's projections told The Nation that under the arcane weighting system, Obama would win 13 national convention delegates and Clinton would win 12 delegates. The state party has not released an official count yet.

Barack Obama released an official statement celebrating a delegate victory. "We came from over twenty-five points behind to win more national convention delegates than Hillary Clinton because we performed well all across the state, including rural areas where Democrats have traditionally struggled," he said. [emphasis added]



The report's update about Barack Hussein Obama "convening a post-caucus conference call for reporters — something that only winning campaigns usually do — and circulating numerous Clinton quotes about how delegates are the only thing that matter," has this excerpt from his press release:

Senator Obama was awarded 13 delegates to Senator Clinton's 12. As Clinton Communications Director Howard Wolfson said, "This is a race for delegates... It is not a battle for individual states. As David knows, we are well past the time when any state will have a disproportionate influence on the nominating process." [Washington Post, 1/16/08]


Ne-vah-da Ne-vad-da, by handing "her" this defeat, has further exploded the myth of BJ Qlinton's old "lady" possessing any sort of inevitability. "She"'s more the inevitable loser than anything else.

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Hillosery's empty record

 

Says a lot, promises many things? Yes. But has "she" accomplished anything for the people?


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o. BiIsIs Adulterouson al-Qlinton's old "lady" is an empty pantsuit, flame-retardant or otherwise.

Summing up in a single sentence the record of accomplishment of each of the other candidates:

Mike Huckabee governed for an entire decade the entire state "she" entirely abandoned.

Mitt Romney saved the Olympics and balanced a liberal state's budget each year he was its governor.

Duncan Hunter turned around the border at San Diego with his fence, cutting down crime there by over half as well as nearly all smuggling of drugs and illegal aliens.

Fred Thompson was a very successful actor and, as U.S. senator, forced the federal government to disclose the costs and benefits of regulations and to better protect its computers from outside attack by hackers.

Ron Paul was a U.S. Air Force flight surgeon and, as U.S. representaitve, barred International Criminal Court jurisdiction over our Troops.

Rudy Giuliani cleaned up New York City and led it through its worst-ever wartime emergency.

John McCain survived for a half decade inside the Viet Cong's POW torture chambers and, as U.S. senator, outlawed pre-election free speech.

Barack Hussein Obama, the only African American in the U.S. Senate (there are 16 women in it), became the fourth African American man to have ever served there (35 women have), second to be popularly elected, first to be elected to it from Illinois, and first from any state in over two decades, and was the first African American president of the Harvard Law Review.

Mike Gravel was a Counter Intelligence Corps special agent and, as U.S. senator, single-handedly ended the draft and released all of the Pentagon Papers.

John Edwards got a jury to believe he was a little girl.

Dennis Kucinich was Cleveland's mayor and made contact with a UFO.

Compared to theirs, what sums up "Her" Nibs' "record"? Road the coattails of a husband "she" won't divorce no matter how many times he cheats on and humiliates "her"? Got two — that's right, just two — bills passed in the Qongress, one renaming a post office and the other designating one old house an historic site? And...? and...

And that's it!

(Some eggs-peer-we-ants.)

We need our country's first woman president to be someone who's actually accomplished something real for the people, who never had to rely on a husband to get it done, and who'd already built that strong record of independent, individual accomplishment before endeavoring to run for the highest office in our land.

Someone who's not anything like Hillosery Road'em al-Qlinton.


Update: (11:01pm) R. Paul's summary and D. Kookspinich's mayoralship added.


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Hillosery beats Nobody (literally)

 

Even with no one else on the ballot, Monica Lewinsky's Ex-Boyfriend's old "lady"® miserably fails to receive more than a tiny majority of votes.


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early 600,000 declared Demoqrat voters cast a ballot in the Michigone primary; and close to half of them rejected "her."

This despite "Her" Nibs using every dirty trick in the book:

What happened in Michigan is not very different from what used to happen in the old Soviet Union. The [al-Q]linton machine manipulated the ballot. They don't care how they win, only that they do. It's wrong and people need to know that.
– former U.S. Sen. Don Riegle (D-MI)  


In the county with the largest number of Demoqrat votes (Wayne: 162,358 total) "she" couldn't get a majority at all. Neither in the fourth largest (Wasgtenaw: 27,952). Nor more than 51.2% in the second largest (Oakland: 86,595).

If "her" own party's voters won't overwhelmingly support "her" when it's only "her" name on the ballot in a partisan primary election which excludes all but Nobody-listed and long-shots, it takes little imagination — far less than even that minuscule one that passes for "hers" — to see how clearly unelectable "she"'d be in a general election!

BiIsIs al-Qlinton's old "lady" would need an extreme government mandate, even more extreme than the most extreme one "she" greedily desires to impose inflict on all of us, before "she" could ever hope to threaten with heavy, stiff fines and/or prison sentences compel any majority of any state's voters to universally cast their ballots for "her" anytime "she" faces an actual challenger.

Either that or Hillosery might again try voting in favor of legislation that allows terrorists and murderous gang members to enter our country illegally. Maybe their illegal votes could push "her" over the top. (That is, more so than "she" obviously already is is.) Or, being a wholly-owned subsidiary of George $oro$ as well as Big Insurance®, "she" might again try voting against the lobbyist reform bill when it reaches the Senate floor. All on behalf of "the power-hungry corporations behind [']her[']" and "the people who fund [']her['] campaigns," of course.

Or "Her" Nibs might continue poking black voters in the eyes with "her" racially offensive remarks. Perhaps "she" thought felt loosing 69% of their votes in Michigone was a Good Thing™.

Or BiIsIs-Job's old "lady" might consult a few more of those voices "she" keeps finding in "her" head. (Paging Eleanor... paging Elanor... come down, please, you have a call Qackle™ on line 666.) Or "she" might intersperse a few thousand more "comprehensive"s among "her" comprehensive lies. Including those ever-present bons mots like "I comprehensively don't recall" or "I don't comprehensively remember" or "yes, the constitution does say that al-Qongress shall have power to provide for the common comprehensive health insurance mandate in which the people have no right to choose except either obsequiously conforming to it or paying large fines and/or serving long prison sentences... it's comprehensively right there, in Clause 20, Section 109, Article XXX... and, no, you don't get the right to see the same plastic surgeon doctor I do."

Or the juniorly Chair"woman" of the lowly subcommittee on Environmental Health Sewage and Garbage Disposal might shed a girlish tear or two more over the fact that this isn't the old Soviet Union and the people have an actual right to not only participate in elections but ask unscripted questions of any person seeking to be hired by them.

Since losing the Iowa caucuses, [BiIsIs al-Q]linton['s old "lady"] has been critical of how caucuses operate, saying their requirement of in-person, on-time participation leaves many out.


Leaves out many plants, that is.

But don't expect to see a change in any of this. After all, to Hillosery "change" means that, when "she"'s done with you — once "she"'s forced you to so-called live under "her" many extreme, irresponsible government mandates — that's inevitably all you'll have left in your pocket or purse.

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Michigone 'win' means absolutely nothing

 

The Basketcase State® with zero Demoqrat delegates gives liberal voters no choice but to engage in Complete Crossover Craziness™.


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illosery's the only Disasterat on the ballot, which means BiIsIs al-Qlinton's old "lady" finally now has a shot at "surprisingly winning" an actual majority of votes in the first and certainly last state "she" could ever see such result.

It's appropriate, too, because the total number of delegates "she"'d take away from that inevitable "win" is exactly zero.

Meanwhile, voters participating in the Republican primary will be composed of approximately 110% non-Republicans, which means John Sidney McCain III (R-AZ D-DC/MSM) is probably going to win on the "Republican" side.

No doubt the McCainstream Media have already wound up the Mother of All Spin™ in twisted anticipation of their Wednesday morning reports editorials touting Our Beloved Candidate's Great Surprising Victory (© 2008 ByAssed Unltd.) in the Wolverine[d] State.

Fortunately, the available Republican delegates there are only half of what they would've been had the state "government" (D-MI) decided not to ignore reality, chuck national-party rules, and thus prove once again to the world that it's bound and determined to turn Michigone into a total, all-around basket case.

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Fair and Balanced Party Primaries

 

A modest proposal for future election cycles.


I
n addition to regularizing the presidential election-year calendars and voting schedule, I propose binding all party-convention delegates to the expressed will of the voters. No more unpledged or "super" delegates each subject to secret, undemocratic, and unaccountable backroom finagling. If a majority of delegates are unable to choose a nominee after several rounds of voting in an open national convention, only then would they be released from their respective commitments and free to vote for any candidate.

Indeed, I propose more fully democratizing the whole delegate-selection process. If a majority of voters in any state's party primary election or caucus prefer one presidential candidate, then all delegates from that state would be bound to vote for such candidate in the national convention. Otherwise, those delegates would be apportioned among the most preferred candidates (i.e., the two of more having the highest number of votes who together received a majority of all votes) according to their respective numbers of received votes.

The times, places, and manner of holding presidential primary elections and caucuses are, of course, prescribed in each state by the legislature thereof, by the parties themselves, or by both. I propose no constitutional amendment to alter that. It is up to those entities and, ultimately, we the people to propel an implementation of this or any other proposal for reforming our public elections.

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Hillosery miserably fails to win majority of votes

 

Obama wins the same number of New Hampshire delegates as BiIsIs al-Qlinton's old "lady."


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ess than 7,700 votes, out of over a quarter of a million cast, separate the highest two pluralities.

Some "win."

Demoqrats
22 pledged delegates, 8 unpledged
CandidateVotes%Del.
H. Qlinton110,55039.29
B. Obama102,88336.49
J. Edwards47,80316.94
B. Richardson12,9874.60
D. Kucinich3,8451.40
Others3,0581.10
J. Biden6160.20
M. Gravel3970.10
C. Dodd1950.10
totals282,334100.022
96% reporting | Updated 5:50 AM ET


Last Friday the polls had "Her" Nibs at 32% and Barack Hussein Obama at 26%. A full 6-point lead like that could've been a "stunning victory." Not the 2.8 points BJ Qlinton's old "lady" barely squeaked by on last night.

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Hillosery's not smart

 

Williar Jellyfisherson al-Qlinton's old "lady" says a lot of extremely dumb things.


N

o need to go back to "her" 1969 Wellesley College commencement speech
extolling the "virtues" of a "more immediate, ecstatic, and penetrating mode of living." (Must have something to do with lots and lots… and lots of drugs.) The many incredibly stupid things "she"'s said just within the last twelve months or so are more than plenty. Enough to show both "her" and "her" "husband" have, themselves, already "put bullets in their brains."

For examples:

If President Musharraf [of Pakistan] wishes to stand for election, then he should abide by the same rules that every other candidate will have to follow....

I think [sic] it will be very difficult to have a real election [in Pakistan]. You know, Nawaz Sharif has said he's not going to compete. The PPP is in disarray with Benazir's assassination. He [President Musharraf] could be the only person on the ballot. I don't think [sic] that's a real election.



How dumb can "she" be?

The upcoming elections [in Pakistan] are for the next parliament. Musharraf was just elected president of Pakistan, overwhelmingly, by popularly elected electors on Oct. 6. He's just begun his five-year term as the president of the country. Why would he ever want to run for one seat in parliament?...

Sen. Clinton really didn't know that the upcoming elections were for individual seats in Pakistan's parliament. She actually believed that Bhutto, Nawaz and Musharraf would be facing off as individual candidates for leadership of the country in the upcoming elections.

Sen. Clinton didn't know that Nawaz Sharif [leader of the PML-N, an opposition party] isn't allowed to run for office in Pakistan because of a felony conviction. She didn't know that President Musharraf won't be on the ballot because he's already been elected.



Even her flip-flops evinces massive stupidity:

In those instances where we have sufficient basis to believe that there is something imminent [e.g., a terrorist attack], yeah [by all means use torture], but then we've got to have a check and balance [so we can stomach it].


But only two weeks earlier "she" way saying,

Have we fallen so low as to debate how much torture we are willing to stomach?


Apparently so, in "her" idiotic case.

Then "Her" Nibs the Mental Midget™ gets really stupid:

[Idiotardia – Oct. 10] We know in New York we have several million at any one time who are in New York [you already established that, you slowwitted dolt] illegally.... They are driving on our roads. [What else would they be doing on them? Handstands?] The possibility of them having an accident that harms themselves or others is just a matter of the odds.


The possibility of "her" saying something that sounds even remotely intelligent, however, isn't. It's a matter of fever-induced hallucinations.

[Stupidville – Nov. 5] I do not believe we can resolve this problem [i.e., invasion after invasion of undocumented illegal aliens] unless we bring people out of the shadows.


The sound you are hearing is another dozen or so whole galaxies falling into the Singularity of Stoopid™ created by "her" brainless statement. "She' doesn't mean finding those invading lawbreakers and deporting them, as our Nation of Laws clearly requires, but effectively giving them all free passes that insanely turn it into a Nation of Lawlessness. Yeah, real smart.

['Tardland - Mar. 8, 2006] No one benefits from the current system [of immigration "laws" — except, of course, lawbreaking invaders]. The undocumented [illegals] are made to live in constant fear of persecution [as all lawbreakers should, Your Moronicness — but don't, thanks to you], too afraid to come forward when they are sick or in need of help.


Or when 15,000 march through downtown Los Angeles carrying signs that say "Amnesty Now!" and "Love Thy Neighbor, Don't Deport Him" while chanting "Si, se puede!" ("It can be done!") like below?


"She"'s a "comedienne" and an idiotarian.

But just when you think BiIsIs al-Qlinton's old "lady" has fully drained "her" Reservoir of Retarded Hogwash™ "she" opens up all the flood gates to completely resupply it:

[Cockamamia – Sept. 9] There are many in the political and frankly in the broadcast world today who take a particular aim at our Latino population. I think [sic] it's very destructive.


That "particular aim" is at lawbreaking, invading illegals who care nothing about respecting a sovereign people's duly enacted laws, and at their enablers, including "her," who not only want but encourage such invaders to continue crossing our nation's borders with impunity. Leave it to "Her" Denseness to miserably fail to figure out what's truly destructive.

[Babbleland – Oct. 16] It's unfortunate that too many people are crossing our borders illegally using this to demagogue the issue instead of trying to solve it.


Such as "Ma" PotKettle demagoguing it in order to shove down all our throats some Total shAmnesty "solution." That's not just unfortunate, it's mind-numbingly predictable.

[Ibid.] I didn't hear a lot of immigrant-bashing in the 90s....


With all "her" 250 "I don't recall"s (under oath, no less) accumulated throughout the 90s, "she" wouldn't remember hearing it if there was any. Nonetheless, this is one if not the only instance — undoubtedly unintentional — where what "she"'s saying and what the truth is aren't annihilating themselves in some massive matter/antimatter-like explosion on contact: No one, then or now, would engage in "immigrant-bashing" when talking about our country's lawfully welcomed, law-abiding guests, unless he or she (or "she") is an idiotic race-pandering demagogue or racist moron, or both (like "her"self).

Now with the economy kind of stalled for a lot of middle-class Americans,


Only a complete imbecile and mindless demagogue would characterize the economy "kind of stalled" for any class of Americans:

The GDP grew by 3.9 percent in the third quarter ("faster than expected," according to The New York Times).

Productivity surged by 4.9 percent in the third quarter, according to the Labor Dept. — the fastest pace in four years ("far better than had been expected," notes AP).

1.25 million non-farm payroll jobs have been created since [last] January — 8.4 million since the 2003 Bush tax cuts, according to Investor's Business Daily....

IBD also reports that the GDP is up 18.5 percent — about $1.8 trillion — since the start of the Bush Presidency.

The October jobless rate at 4.7 percent, according to the Labor Dept., continued months of basically full employment.

The deficit has fallen to just 1.2 percent of GDP — negligible, say most economists, in a $14 trillion economy, says IBD. The Wall Street Journal reports: "After the second Bush tax cut of 2003, the budget deficit tumbled to $163 billion in 2007 from $401 billion in 2003."

On Nov. 8 the Conference Board announced that discretionary income for U.S. consumers grew to a record high going into the fourth quarter. Some 73 million households [mainly middle-class], or 64 percent, have $1.7 trillion at their disposal (up from 52 percent and $1.2 trillion in 2002). AP actually reports: "If it feels like more and more Americans have extra money to spend, that's because they do."....

[H]ousing starts were actually up 3 percent in October....

According to the latest Income Mobility report released by the Treasury Department, neary 58 percent of taxpayers who were in the poorest income group in 1996 had moved into a higher income category by 2005.


Rush Limbaugh, "Economics 101," The Limbaugh Letter, December 2007, pp. 2, 4. (emphasis added)


...they are being told, "Well, blame immigrants."


How daft can "she" be? — or daft does "she" think feel we are? Legal immigrants are a big part of the reason our economy is far from being the "bear cupboard" "Her" Demented Demagogueriness moronically claims it is. Just imagine how even better it would be without all the strains illegal immigrants invaders put on our nation and states' public and private infrastructures and institutions and our rule of law. (Not that "Her" Nibsal Numbskullness the Cretin of Chappaqua would know anything about that last item.)

[Asinineton – Nov. 5] I think [sic] that it's understandable that states are trying to fill a vacuum left by the failures of the federal government....


Failures "her" fatuous self helped wrought as another do-nothing member of that government's legislative branch.

(But t)hat is not an answer.... (We) don't want to see 50 states' policies on immigration.


"She" doesn't want to see any policies on it, period. (But we already knew that.) Bluedresserson al-Qlinton's old "lady" wants nothing more than to have the federal government keep imposing on all our states the same old policy failures "she"'s been too idiotically incompetent (and much too busy trying to grab ever more power for just "her"self) to ever "change."

[Boneheadia – Nov. 6] I think [sic] the fact that governors...


Something "she"'s too doltish to have any hope of ever being without "her" "husband"'s hand up "her" dress pantsuit so he can program operate "her" dummy mouth.

are being forced into this position is really unfortunate....


Especially given "her" miserable failures to get anything done about it at all in al-Qongress.

The federal government should be making immigration policy.


But "she," being a member of that government, hasn't. Unless you count allowing everyone to cross the border and get driver's licenses so they can register to vote (for Demogoguerats) under "her" "husband"'s Motor Voter Joke Act without any pesky questions regarding their citizenship status. "She"'s more soft-headed than "she" feels the American people are if "she" ever felt we could fall for that one.

Speaking of easily debunked lies:

[Mt. Fibberest – Oct. 3] With the stroke of a pen, President Bush has robbed nearly four million uninsured children of the chance for a healthy start in life and the health coverage they need but can't afford.


"Her" Nibs should throw away "her" copy of Math for Dummies® (e.g., for Hilliary) because it's obviously doing "her" no good. Three is not "nearly four." "She" doesn't grasp the concept of "almost all" too well, either, as in:

Current law covers "almost all of the 6.5 million uninsured children" below 200% the federal poverty level ($41,228 for a family of four in 2006), according to the nannyist Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured (latest PDF factsheet). It's their parents' job to enroll them in either Medicaid or the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) if those parents want that "hand up." The Bush Administration, using its waiver and initiative authorities, has already expanded SCHIP to include children up to 300% of poverty (in New Jersey since 2003). For parents of the remaining 3 million uninsured children [i.e., above 200% the federal poverty level], Republican lawmakers have a plan to offer "tax incentives and breaks for middle-class families without health insurance to level the playing field against those who get tax-protected health plans from their employees."


B. Jobberson al-Qlinton's old "lady" is too dumb to know that a new government entitlement for middle-class parents as a bribe in exchange for their votes would be such a boneheaded abuse of the public trust even a 21-year-old "child" (defined so in the bill President Bush vetoed) could see through it.

In another series of dimwitted babblings, the Qlueless Qackler™ says,

[Al-Qlownsburg – Feb. 7] For four years, members on both sides of the aisle have watched with shock and dismay as our President has made mistake, after misjudgment, after miscalculation (in Iraq).


Then "she" proceeds to run "her" simpering, sniveling yap all over the map, saying "she" would keep our Troops there for five years, until 2013, before flip-floppily saying "she" would withdraw nearly all of them within a year of beginning redeployment. By trying to have it both ways, our Sir Edmund Hillary Muskie has reached the Pinnacle of Pinheadedness higher than a stack of three nearly four Mount Everests.

The next two Moronian Mewings™ practically speak for themselves:

[MM Mark-II – Nov. 14] I will not support driver's licenses for undocumented people [of the Undocumented-American community?] and will press for a comprehensive immigration reform that deals with all of the issues around illegal immigration including border security and fixing our broken system.


(Does anyone know how to translate Stooopidese?)

[MM Mark-I – Oct. 3] (This driver's license plan) makes a lot of sense.


That is, about the same as "she" ever does.

At the risk of widening the Singularity of Stoopid's event horizon to the Edges of the Known Universe™:

There are some who will say they don't know where I stand [on the issues]. Well I think you know better than that. I stand where I have stood for 35 years [i.e., right there by "Her" Man™ the consummate adulterer, always needing to ride piggyback atop his career]. I stand with you and with your children and with every American who needs a fighter in their corner for a better life.


A "more immediate, ecstatic, and penetrating mode" of life? Is that "better"? Anyway, it's a Good Thing™ "she" told us "she" stands with Teh Children®, because, you know, it's not like every pandering politician in the History of Politics has ever said that. Glad "Her" Simpletoness cleared that one up. We were beginning to wonder.

Of course, being a lunkhead lawyer, BiIsIs "Jewboy"erson (© 1974 Sir Edumb Hilliary) al-Qlinton's old "lady" not only miserably failed to mention whether "she" stands with our elderly, but stupidly doesn't recall the fact that, in reality, "she" and "her" "husband" don't stand with them at all.

Bill Clinton has been paid $3.3 million by Info USA, an Omaha, Nebraska company that has been identified as a key provider of specially designed databases that have been sold to criminals who use the detailed information to defraud the unsuspecting elderly.


It's clear "she" does stand with a company that cheats the elderly out of their life savings and robs them of their chance to live a "more immediate, ecstatic, and penetrating mode of living," especially after it coughed up $146,866 in January 2002, to ferry the Qlintons & Qo. to Acapulco and back for a "family vacation."

Does "she" stupidly feel we're as idiotic as "she" is and wouldn't see right through "her" moronic and insincere pandering? Indeed, the only ones "Her" Nibs really stands with are "her" secret police whenever "she" tells them, "We'll just have to win."

Americans need a change, all right. A dynasty change. A final end to the sixteen long years filled with the ever selfish Qo-dependent Qlintons' universally vicious and destructive slash-and-burn partisanship.

To paraphrase Demoqrat presidential front runner Barack Hussein Obama, the party's fresh and new inevitable nominee: "Her" Nincompoopness only gives people reasons to hate. We need someone who gives people reasons to love. Someone who actually is smart. Not anyone so stupefyingly stupid as BJ Qlinton's old "lady" is.


source of dated Stoopid Quotes™: "Who said it? – Eliot Spitzer? or Hillary Clinton?" The Limbaugh Letter, December 2007, p. 11.


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Hillosery's not authentic

 

(What do we want?) Authenticity! (When do we want it?) Now!


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iIsIs Kiss-o-deatherson Qlinton's old "lady" wouldn't know authenticity if it came up and bit "her" on "her" amply booedhine.

At the New Hampshire Demoqratic Party's 100 Club Dinner last night,

[BJ Qlinton's old "lady"'s] tables were well within camera range of the TV riser and far closer to the stage than the [Barack Hussein] Obama tables (this is what you can do when your operation seeks to own the room). The Obama tables were on the far end of the domed facility, near the trailers holding the portable toilets.


Just where "she"'d segregate the black man and his supporters to: seats at the back of the room, if not in the toilets. That's "her" idea of putting them all in their place. Punished for being so uppity as to oppose "her."

But they won't take any of that from "her" sitting down:

[T]he first indication of trouble came when she warned that Democrats must not be beguiled by "false hopes" (an obvious shot at Obama) and a ripple of boos arose from the Obama tables.


That's right, "Her" Nibs feels you're "beguiled by false hopes" if you believe an African-American should ever have his supporters sitting anywhere except at the back of the room, much less ever run for president.

No wonder they booed "her" extremist self. "Her" soft racism and its dirty, underhanded display there should offend everyone.

BiIsIs's old "lady" hasn't changed one bit. Since day one "her" qampaign has been about nothing but "going the distance" beating up and trashing all "her" enemies — i.e., whoever stands in "her" way, Demoqrat or Republican — so "she" can move on to greedily take all for "her" own selfish use absolute, unquestioned power.

There's nothing authentic about "her" or that.

"She"'s the exact opposite of Bobby Jindal, our nation's newest and youngest governor. As a minority who won 60 out of 64 Louisiana parishes against 11 opponents, and whose receipt of 54 percent of the vote (compared to his nearest competitor's 17 percent) made him the first candidate ever to win that state's open gubernatorial primary, Governor Jindal knows first-hand a great deal about the true meaning of authenticity:

[Voters are] looking for authenticity... [and have] told me, "Bobby, I may not agree with you on 100 percent of the issues, but I respect you for being honest with us, telling us where you stand." Voters are tired of poll-tested messages. They want authenticity....

It is frustrating to see elected officials angry at the voters... or analysts who belittle the American public. The reality is, part of the reason this is the greatest country in the history of the world is that the people are in charge. They get to hire and fire the people who run the country, and the voters get it right. Not that I agree with every election result, but over time, voters will sniff out that hypocrisy. They'll reward honest and good and conservative and principled leadership....

[W]e're not a majority Republican state by far, but thousands of conservative Democrats voted for me, across Party lines. In Louisiana, and I think it's true across the country, Party labels aren't as important as they used to be. Voters are craving leadership, authenticity, principled conservatism, competence, ethical standards. They'll embrace that where they find it. That's what made the Reagan Democrats; that's what made President Reagan so successful. I keep going back to him as an example, because he unified the conservative movement, unified the country. Voters in America are hungry for that kind of leadership right now....

[I]f you give voters a choice between an authentic liberal and somebody who's imitating that liberal, or if you give them an authentic conservative and somebody who's imitating a conservative, they're going to choose authenticity every time....

Make no mistake about it: I'm not going to embrace somebody just because they've got an "R" next to their name or reject somebody just because they've got a "D" next to their name.... So when I say put an end to partisanship, that doesn't mean that you abandon your principles, and it doesn't mean that we're naive or weak.


Rush Limbaugh, "My Conversation with Governor Bobby Jindal," The Limbaugh Letter, December 2007, pp. 6, 8, 10.


And it doesn't mean we're "beguiled by false hopes," either, Hillosery.

We want authentic change, not the same old tired and worn-out Crush! Kill! Destroy!™ vengeance-seeking and poisonous Qlinton Inq. snake oil peddled by the BorIsIs & Natashary of American politics and their Fearless Leader George $oro$.



"Authenticity"? That's for mooses and squirrels. Not us!


Oh, Fearle$$ Leader. Your $$$
for me is $oooo authentic!



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Hillosery's not electable

 

Teh $martest "Womyn" In Teh Wooorrrrrrrld® not only couldn't win one of our smaller states, "she" couldn't even beat John Hairedwards!


“‘S

he' couldn't." The epitaph carved now on the tombstone of BiIsIs Jiverson al-Qlinton's old "lady"'s qampaign.

"Her" Nibs: The Most Unelectable Qandidate™ since Ever.

The American people are finally getting their chance to say: "We've experienced 16 years of you, Hillosery. Enough. Go away! We're moving on, we want what's new, we demand a clean slate this election."

(In lieu of funeral flowers, Teh Qlintons Qrime Qin requests Demoqrats cast their primary votes for Barack Hussein Obama, their only electable candidate in 2008. Because Hillosery couldn't be.)

"It really felt more like a funeral" — MSNBC's [Andrea] Mitchell, on the scene at Hillary Clinton's [BJ Qlinton's old "lady"'s] HQ (MSNBC). "Trying to lighten the mood, the campaign put her rally soundtrack on in the ballroom, blasting Dolly Parton's 'Workin' 9 to 5,' but no one danced." And, just before 10 pm EST, HR[Qacklin'] called Obama to concede ("The Trail").


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Hillosery

 

Obama upsets former "front runner," beating closest challenger by a larger margin than al-Qerry did in 2004.


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nevitable" nomination no more for BiIsIs's al-Qlinton's old "lady" and "her" old and stale plant-ridden qampaign:

"With 98 percent of the nearly 2,000 precincts reporting, [Sen. Hanoi John F'in' al-Q]erry won 38 percent of the state convention delegates, with 32 percent for [Sen. John] Edwards, 18 percent for [Gov. Howard] Dean and 11 percent for [Rep. Dick] Gephardt, according to figures reported by the Iowa Democratic Party."

"With 96 percent of the precincts reporting Thursday evening, [Sen. Barack Hussein] Obama had 38 percent of the vote while John Edwards had 30 percent and Hillary Clinton [BJ Qlinton's old "lady"] had 29 percent. Bill Richardson had 2 percent."

Thank You, our merciful Lord in Whom alone we trust, for delivering America and her people from the "inevitable" clutches of her worst domestic enemy.

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G o o g l e
b o m b s
miserable failure
culture of corruption
sus barbatus
unelectable
wicked witch of the east
liberals
peckerwood
jew
great president