Sen. Juan MqQain (D-AZtlán) has appointed some of his allies fellow Enemies of American Freedom® to key GO[-RI]P positions affiliated with the Republiqrat National Committee (RiNoCrats).
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The Republican't operatives will work at the coordinated campaign arm that serves as a liaison between MqQain's camp and the RiNoCrats. The appointments are expected to be announced on Friday.
A Republidiotarian source familiar with the personnel moves told The Hill that MqQain has tapped Carly Fiorina to be his so-called Victory chairwoman. Fiorina is a formerfired top executive at Hewlitt-Packard.
The same multi-Señora Cara Carleton Fiorina who declared that America's Manifest Destiny — the immensely popular movement that drove normal citizens to first believe in then achieve great things for themselves and their nation — was "completely wrong."
"The worst idea in American history is the belief that we were destined to become what we have become," she claims.
That's the American Spirit!
Lewis Eisenberg, a national finance co-chairman for MqQain and a formerresigned-in-disgrace partner at Goldman-Sachs, will serve as finance chairman.
Eisenberg was chairman of the Board of Commissioners of the Port Authority during the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on New York City and was there for the initial recovery efforts, according to a MqQain statement announcing Eisenberg's appointment in December 2006.
He was also a fundraising "Ranger" for President George W. Bush and a co-chairman of the 2004 Republican convention in New York City.
The same pro-abortionphilanthropist philanderer Lewis Eisenberg who made "contributions to Demoqrats such as Walter Mondale."
Frank Donatelli, a longtime Republican operative and a contributor to The Hill's Pundits Blog, will serve as deputy chairman.
The same revolving-door lobbyist extraordinaire Frank Donatelli whose bosses at Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld — & Demoqrat Rep. Vic Fazio, too, by the way — also hired former Demoqrat Speaker of the House Thomas S. Foley and former al-Qlinton maladministration trade representative Rufus Yerxa, and whose bosses at McGuireWoods Consulting LLC also hired former Demoqrat Rep. L.F. Payne and Demoqrat Sen. Russell Feingold's legislative director Tom Walls.
Now that's Keeping Money Out Of Politics®!
The Repwn3duqrat source emphasized that these moves are "entirely consistent" with what every nominee does, and no one is losing his or her job as a part of the normal realignment.
Mike Duncan, chairman of the RiNoCrats, will stay in his current position, according to the source.
It's also entirely consistent with Señor Señior Señátor MqMéxiqain's phoniness and his propensity to stab conservatives in the back. (What's that behind you, Mr. Duncan! — ha ha, made you look.)
But, of course, "Everybody Does It... Let's MoveOn™." What do we pissants know?
Carly Fiorana, who nearly sunk Hewlett Packard Charlie Black, a symbol of Washington insider flacks Juan Hernandez, the representative of the presidente del Mexico William Kristol, who thinks illegal immigration opponents are yahoos and morons, Brent Scofcroft, who says Bush was wrong going to Iraq, Rick Davis, campaign manager, who tells the conservative base to go to hell, you're not needed. Mark McKinnon, former Democrat who "won't fight [the Dalai] Obama" etc., etc.
Not only is M[qQ]ain stiffing the faithful, he has recruited a bunch of inside-the-Beltway hacks totally out of touch with the world and more at home with liberal Democrat party-goers.
It's official. The Republican Party no longer is nor ever wants to even pretend to be of, by, or for conservatives.
It's the MqQainoqratic Party now; and the only thing it needs from any conservachumps is that enough of them allow themselves to be hornswoggled into blindly backing its Demoqrat nominee.
ational borders in name only as well as amnesty for lawbreaking "immigrants"; taxpayers funding fruitless, aborted-baby "medical" experiments; professional politicians' careers more important than our First Amendment, their demagoguery more important than our Second, their power and greed more than our Ninth; "our" government converting en masse to al-Gore's apocryphal and apocalyptic Church of Climoonbat Changists®; mortgaging our country's economic future to the largest communist dictatorship on earth; billions and billions of ready barrels of vital oil in our own soil untapped and useless; appeasing every enemy, both foreign and domestic; no swift, total victory in this World War; new era of Big Government; postponing the permanent defeat of loony liberalism.
All enemies of American liberty.
The sole consolation is that President Obama won't turn out as effective a one as either Hillosery or Juan Snidely MqQan't III could with that title. The more cursed with ineptness the Obama Administration shows itself to be, the more blessings of liberty we'll see surviving it reasonably intact.
A bonus consolation would be that ol' Juanny decides to resign from the Senate so he can run full time.
I won't say these are the times that try men's souls. We aren't running around New Jersey in the dead of winter being chased by — and sometimes chasing — an army of Red Coats. Although the ones stately attired in red today may be feeling about as blue as our patriot forefathers who were. We may yet, the Lord willing, get an eleventh-hour chance to earn our own Trenton.
"Obama's advantage over M[qQ]ain is the bigger one in this ABC News/Washington Post poll, a 12-point lead compared to [al-Q]linton's [old ‘lady’'s] 6-point edge. M[qQ]ain's endorsement by George W. Bush may not help: The president's back at his career low approval rating, matching Harry Truman in long-term unpopularity."
Ouch. "He who lives by the polls...."
But this but has a but:
"But M[qQ]ain is losing three in 10 conservatives to either Obama or [al-Q]linton['s old ‘lady’ — both of whom he calls 'people of good character, honesty, integrity,' by the way], far more than he likely could stand to see slip away."
Does ABC mean to imply that just because someone repeatedlyberateduswhilestabbingusrepeatedlyintheback, we conservatives can't be forced to happily forget our still-gaping wounds and his still very, very unconservative serrated knives still sticking out from all our backs, and therefore won't — so long as pigs remain unable to get their pilot's licenses, Hell continues to make Gorebull Waaalarming® look like a night on Pluto, and manufacturers of nose plugs refuse to make any thrice the size of that former planet — "unite" behind El Backstabbo?
n the general election, would you vote for the dirty old man or the clean and young one? The senator who's been in Washington, District of Crooks for over a quarter century or the one who still uses a map like normal people to find his way around it? The senator from an extremely lawless-border state or the one from the Land of Lincoln? The cad who cheated on and dumped one of his wives because he didn't like the way she looked after she was mangled in a car crash or the man who's stood by the only wife he's ever known, through thick and thin? Someone born in a foreign country or someone born in the good ol' U. S. of A.?
Texans and Ohioans, that's the choice you'll be giving Americans this November if you vote tomorrow for Juan MqQain'tGonnaWinNothin'.
But you still have a choice and a chance to give us all a much better one.
Mike Huckabee, the former Republican governor of a Southern state, is the only candidate who can win in the general election against a sitting Demoqrat senator from a northern state. The only candidate who has actual executive-branch experience, including in time of war.
A President Huckabee would protect our freedom of speech, including restoring our right to speak out against 25-year incumbents like Juan MqFeingold before elections.
Juan MqQennedyMqAmnesty would continue to do nothing except babble on and on about "needing to restore trust."
[MqQain has] proven his dislike for conservatives and would gut us at every opportunity. Why do I say that? Because of three decades of experience as a Republican California Senator and a fifty year activist in the conservative movement. I have first hand, in-their-face experience with elitist RINO's (Republican in Name Only) office holders. They are biblically ignorant, power hungry, status seeking egotists who have no difficulty aiding their liberal Democrat colleagues whenever their arms are politely twisted. The one thing they have in common with liberal Democrats is their dislike for all conservatives, especially those who are Bible-believing. McCain, as president, would stifle the voices of elected Republican leaders and try to legislate the conservative movement out of existence.