Tuesday, January 17

Here's something new!

Hey, here's something you don't hear every day.

Has-been, wanna be again politicians slamming our current President who has more class and integrity in his little pinky toe than all of these ranting moonbats combined. (preferably combined enthusiastically in a blender)

Hillary Clinton thinks we want to hear what she has to say:
Sen. Hillary Clinton, who had launched into an impassioned attack on the Bush administration.

“We have a culture of corruption, we have cronyism we have incompetence I predict to you that this administration will go down on history as one of the worst that has ever governed out country.”

Clinton actually got an easy question. “I need you to tell us what distinguishes Democrats from Republicans right now,” she was asked.

Clinton's answer was provocative.

Said Clinton, “When you look at the way the House of Representatives has been run, it has been run like a plantation and you know what I'm talking about..."

Some House Republicans took immediate offense at Senator Clinton's choice of words.

Said Republican Congressman Peter King, of Long Island, "It's always wrong to play the race card for political gain by using a loaded word like plantation. But it is particularly wrong to do so on Martin Luther King Day."
"Provocative". har. Try unhinged and really, really, dumb. Or predictable and really, really boring.

Al Gore is off his meds again...I was going to pick out some choice quotes and share them with you, but there's just too much material there and to pick out the best ones would make this post way too long. Suffice it to say he's beating that same, poor, dead NSA surveillance horse with a wet noodle again. (here's the White House's response. It's an AP story, so you have to pick and sift through the article to get to the meat of it - which is Algore's hypocrisy. Hypocrisy? Not mental instability?)

Ray "useless but still hanging around for some reason" Nagin has decided that God is mad at New Orleans because we're in Iraq under false pretenses. Nope, not a joke.
"Surely he doesn't approve of us being in Iraq under false pretenses. But surely he is upset at black America also. We're not taking care of ourselves."
Ah yes, God surely disapproves of freeing an entire nation of people from lives filled with rape and murder and torture. And he disapproves enough to take out his frustration with us fighting for freedom by raining hellfire and brimstone upon...New Orleans. Okay, sure. I had hoped that Hollywood would be the first to reap the whirlwind, but it makes a better story to say that God is wiping out black people. I'm being facetious, people. Stop looking at me like that.

(go check out Michelle Malkin for more - complete with links and video)

UPDATE: LaShawn Barber wants to know when the media and certain bloggers who crucified Falwell and Robertson for "divine retribution" comments are going to give equal time to Nagin's comments...

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