Thursday, May 21, 2009

Are Congressional Democrats Gullible or Just Stupid?

Bush lied.

It’s a familiar refrain, “Bush lied, people died.”

There is something that has bothered me about this classic liberal chant. I thought that Bush was an idiot? Bush was billed by liberals as not only the dumbest man to have ever run for president, but possibly the dumbest person to ever run for any public office in the history of the republic. Yet for all of his mental deficiencies, he was clever enough to hoodwink many of the Democrats in Congress to support the war in Iraq? If that’s true, what does that say about those Democrats in Congress that supported the war? Are they all gullible or just stupid?

Fast forward. Now we look to our Madam Speaker.

The CIA lied…

So now Nancy Pelosi was duped by the CIA? She wants us all to believe that she had no idea that terrorists were being waterboarded. CIA Director Leon Panetta, no pal of the Bush Administration, defended the agency and wrote that Pelosi was briefed about enhanced interrogation techniques back in 2002. So once again the question is; Madam Speaker are you gullible or just stupid?

Do you start to see a pattern here? If you are a liberal and live outside the beltway, are you paying attention to anything that your leaders are saying? I know that if the truth be told, many libs would find North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad more credible than former President George W. Bush. If it is true and Congressional Democrats were easily deceived by the “lies” of an “idiot” like President Bush, can we trust them to evaluate the statements made by Jong-il or Ahmadinejad about nuclear arms?

You would think that liberals would start to question why Democrats in Congress seem to believe and support policies that would be very unpopular with Code Pink and, until they are called out. The classic liberal defense is that Bush lied to them. Now Democrats in Congress can take a dump on officials in the CIA and claim that they too are liars. Is this believable? Are my liberal friends outside the beltway paying attention? Do you believe what Pelosi is saying? If your answer is yes I have a question for you.

Are you gullible or just stupid?

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

If the British Can Ban Michael Savage, Can We Ban Susan Boyle???

I freely admit that I like Michael Savage. He is a conservative that is not in the hip pocket of the Republican Party. I like to call him the Howard Hughes of talk radio, because at times he can be a little bit paranoid. I am not a big fan of his remarks on autism, however if a liberal can say 100 stupid and offensive things and be forgiven (see Bill Maher, Michael Moore, Janeane Garofalo, Sean Penn, George Clooney, Danny Glover, Harry Belafonte, any Dixie Chick, Sandra Bernhard, Matt Damon, Rosanne Barr, Johnny Depp, Keith Olbermann, Cher, Barbara Streisand, Tim Robbins, okay dead horse), I think Mike can say something that he may later regret.

Well as many of you know the United Kingdom announced, for a reason that only makes sense to liberals, that Dr. Savage is not allowed into their country. I am sure Savage is heartbroken. Now he will have to wait for Susan Boyle to come to America to bore him live. As predictable as the sun rising in the morning, there are many liberals commenting on newspaper message boards that this is a great idea. A few are lamenting the fact that OUR government will not ban him. MMMMMMM, hypocrisy.

I can only imagine the outrage if former President George W. Bush hadn't allowed some loudmouthed liberal into the U.S. because of his political views. The left would have gone nuts.

But if a liberal bans a conservative that the libs disagree with, they respond with applause. I find Janeane Garofalo and Bill Maher as disgusting as they find Savage. But should their travel be restricted because I think they are hateful idiots? NO!

This once again proves that liberals love free speech, as long as we agree with them……

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Arlen Specter Uses Other Deaths to Put Down Republicans

I got this from Yahoo News....

Senator Arlen Specter hints Jack Kemp died because of a change in the GOP agenda.

"Well, I was sorry to disappoint many people. Frankly, I was disappointed that the Republican Party didn't want me as their candidate," Mr. Specter said on "Face the Nation." "But as a matter of principle, I'm becoming much more comfortable with the Democrats' approach. And one of the items that I'm working on, Bob, is funding for medical research."

"If we had pursued what President Nixon declared in 1970 as the war on cancer, we would have cured many strains. I think Jack Kemp would be alive today. And that research has saved or prolonged many lives, including mine."

Wow. I talked to Arlen to make sure he meant what he said. He hit me on the hip, and went further. He also believes:

Danny Gans died because TCOT split up.

Dom Deluise died because Justice Souter retired and Republicans will want to filibuster President Obama's nominee to replace him, Jerry Brown.

Bea Arthur died because Republicans want to cut Social Security.

Marilyn Chambers died because the Republican Party wanted to cut funds to Planned Parenthood.

Former Freddie Mac CFO David Kellermann committed suicide after hearing Republican plans to change the name of Freddie Mac to Bernie Mac. He died in vane however, as the Republican Party was reminded that Bernie Mac was a black comedian.

He even went back to 2004, to say that Ronald Reagan passed away because the Republican Party moved too far to the right.