Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Tonight Keith Plans a Special Comment to Decapitate Hillary
















Let me guess, Keith O, you are going to push the Hillary is a racists garbage? How fucking tripe. First you join the Obamazooid fray in saying Hillary will tear the Democratic party apart if she doesn't quit, now you are proactively slinging racist charges at her. Self fulfilling prophecy there, Keith?

But go ahead, do what you have to do. However, could you please show me where these racist Democrats are that you will say she is pandering to? Didn't we kicked them all out long ago? I mean really, this is all rubbish and you know it.

And as far as her quitting? Fuck you. Your boy can't get 2025 delegates, neither can she, so we do not have a winner. You can take your red state victories and shove 'em up your ass. We need Florida, Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania to win the presidency, and you know it. You can take the caucus victories and shove them up your ass too. Why don't you apologies to all the elderly, single mothers, deployed soldiers, shift workers et al, for them being unfairly keep out of the voting process in these caucus states?

See you at the convention, dickwad.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Adorable Girlfriend said...

Same machine that used wiretapping to screw Spitzer. Like there are others who are WAY worse and we don't need to wiretap:

I am looking at you Senator Craig and Cheney: you POS!

Wed Mar 12, 02:13:00 PM CDT  
Blogger RebelPundit said...

I'm not impressed with either of the Democratic presidents...or the party as a whole for the matter...the lack of effective opposition they've shown to the Bush agenda and the wars should leave little hope, if any, in a Democratic presidency.

The fact that Obama has gotten this far has little to do with his racial background, but rather the secured blessings he's received from the party power brokers and the general political establishment in D.C.

I'll continue to support third-party efforts.

best,
rebelpundit
austin, texas
rebel[dot]blogspot[dot]com

Thu Mar 13, 12:28:00 PM CDT  
Anonymous Adorable Girlfriend said...

What third party would that be, Rebelpundit? The dude who owns a million hospitals in CT, Nader or that dude who is just plain fodder for the mentally ill, Paul?

Let me get some popcorn started while I wait for this response.

Thu Mar 13, 12:51:00 PM CDT  
Blogger RebelPundit said...

Ron Paul? Where did that come from? He's a republican....hardly a third party. Aside from some of his valid foreign policy observations, he's a crackpot with paleo-conservative views out of a bigoted, reactionary agenda on race and immigration.

I'm troubled that you would equate him with a third party candidacy. You must not be aware that he's repeated over and over again that he would not seek a such a candidacy (or independent) for that matter. And it's quite clear, barring a seismic shift, that he will not receive the party's nomination. He's ultimately not concerned about triangulating himself for serious consideration on the right for the presidency. If that was the case, he would have been running for president outside the party from the beginning. His run will effectively cease when the Republican convention arrives.

This reminds me of Dennis Kucinich's campaign in 2004, when some on the progressive left tragically followed him to the Democratic National Convention only to hear him tell his supporters to throw their support and energy to John Kerry's nomination. And Kerry could not be seriously considered as a true anti-war candidate (his vote for 'authorization' in October 2002, for starters). In 2004, Kucinich himself admitted that his candidacy existed to bring some on the left back into the Democratic tent so-to-speak.

That seems to be Paul's aim as well, this year.

And this time around (again), no one in their right mind can say that either Clinton or Obama represent a genuine anti-war platform. Clinton gave Bush a blank check in October 2002 as well and continues to fund the war. Obama may have spoken at an anti-war rally in October 2002 and conveniently says that had he been in Congress at the time, he would not have authorized Bush to power wage war...though one must consider how much truth there is in that claim given that he continues to fund and finance war in appropriation spending bills, though he had no political obligation or responsibility to fund a war he says he was against since the beginning.

Furthermore, no 'major' candidate speaks to the only option we have left in Iraq...immediate withdrawal.

And to this day, the official Democratic stance on impeachment...well...there is none. Since May 2006 (and again in November 2006) impeachment has been off the table. Bush's approval rating has hovered in low 20%-30% are for well over a year now and the body of evidence of criminality stretches to the moon and back a few dozen times. What are they waiting for? Are they waiting for a Bush blowjob from Ann Coulter or Michelle Malkin?

So all those considerations further narrow an already narrow field of candidates.

Needless to say, I will not be voting Republican or Democrat (again) come November.

And while I have not decided whether I will vote for Nader or not, his criticism of both parties still holds quite well.

On the heels of Nader's entrance in the race back in February, Obama said one thing right...that he hoped a Democratic candidacy/nomination for White House would be so compelling that Nader's presence in the race, mathematically speaking, would not be an factor. That's been the Democrats task in previous elections to clearly differentiate themselves from the Republicans and it remains so now and given their track record as an 'opposition' party in the two-party spectrum throughout Bush's reign, no wonder they couldn't blow Bush out of the water in a landslide in 2000 and 2004 (thus negating GOP attempts to steal the election in Florida and/or Ohio respectively and so forth).

The Democrats blaming Bush, Nader or anyone else for that matter, for their shortcomings is a cop-out and just rings hollow to me and just can't be taken seriously.

Perhaps one factor that could ensure Democrats' victory and political muscle come November is a genuine and robust challenge from the progressive and third party left forcing them to sharpen their positions and give their campaigns some real teeth.

Ex-Democrat Cynthia McKinney had finally enough and finally split and broke from the party and is the considerable favorite for the Green Party nomination.

Now... am I going to vote for her? Not necessarily so...but I will work to get the Greens AND Nader on the ballots so that voters can have the luxury of choice that we all deserve come November.

Cheers,
RP

Thu Mar 13, 03:04:00 PM CDT  
Blogger Fade said...

Now, THAT's a different take, Elmo... lmao

Sun Mar 16, 06:04:00 AM CDT  
Blogger Adorable Girlfriend said...

I would hardly call Ron Paul a member of the GOP!

Go Hillary!

AG loves that she lives in PA and you don't, cornholios.

Tue Mar 18, 05:46:00 PM CDT  

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