Thursday, May 31, 2007

A Bush supporter's case for chimpeachment

No, it's not what you think. Tons of great links:

I haven’t read the thing, itself, but I have now read several accounts of Al Gore’s new book, Assault on Reason, wherein he wags fingers at people who watch TV (unless, of course, they’re watching him pimp his book) and the media (particularly those who don’t stick to reporting only his side, of the “manmade” global warming story) and - by all accounts - he trashes the Bush 43 administration from start to finish, enumerating all of Bush’s “lies” and mistakes.

I’ve seen similar lists throughout the web - the collective is circulating it in order to really drill home to everyone who may not yet be fully convinced that George W. Bush is the worst, most evil man ever born from woman (if that is what Barbara Bush may be called) and also the stupidest evil super genius imaginable.

Monday, May 14, 2007

DUmmie perplexed by strange bumper sticker

DUmp post:

devilgrrl (1000+ posts) Sun May-13-07 11:36 PM
Original message
Bumpersticker I saw: "If you can read this, thank a teacher - If it's in English, thank a soldier"
Edited on Sun May-13-07 11:40 PM by devilgrrl
Uhhhh, wtf does that mean?

It was on the back of a Range Rover.... no surprises there.

Obviously, this DUmmie doesn't have much to thank a teacher for...

JeffR (1000+ posts) Sun May-13-07 11:38 PM
Response to Original message
1. It means the owner of the car is an idiot n/t

Because he probably doesn't even know that Shrub MIHOPed 9/11.

ck4829 (1000+ posts) Sun May-13-07 11:38 PM
Response to Original message
2. It's RW-Speak, if it makes sense then the devil made it! Yeehaw! 9/11! Fight 'em over there...
Edited on Sun May-13-07 11:38 PM by ck4829

It's common sense, which means that it must be ridiculed by our pet mental midgets.

Kadie (1000+ posts) Sun May-13-07 11:38 PM
Response to Original message
3. If it's in English?
They don't know if their bumber sticker is written in english or not?

Wow, such a brilliant comment. Not.

DireStrike (1000+ posts) Sun May-13-07 11:43 PM
Response to Original message
6. Can I thank an iranian soldier?
How about a north korean? Insurgency? NATO?

I'm sure you want to.

proud2Blib (1000+ posts) Sun May-13-07 11:52 PM
Response to Original message
11. That's been around a long time
and it means the person who owns the car is an ignorant fool.

Of course! How could we not realize that being thankful for our wonderful troops is proof of ignorance?

MiltonF (115 posts) Sun May-13-07 11:53 PM
Response to Original message
12. It goes back to the...
"If it were not for the American Soldiers in WWII we and all of Europe would be speaking German right now" mentality.

Uh oh. This DUmmie has a little knowledge. He may be dangerous.

d_b (1000+ posts) Mon May-14-07 12:02 AM
Response to Reply #12
15. Which is funny,
Cuz they're mostly Nazi f*cks anyway.

Which is why you're posting stupid messages on the internet, and the worst thing that will hapopen to you is that the sane people will laugh at you.

BrotherBuzz (1000+ posts) Mon May-14-07 12:03 AM
Response to Reply #12
16. And if you take it to the logical conclusion, why aren't Germans speaking...

Because, contrary to the rhetoric of the moonbat left, the US is not an imperialist power, unlike Nazi Germany.

Okay, I'm done copying and pasting, but a member of ConservativeUnderground captured another shining example of DUmmie patriotism before it was pulled from this thread...

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Thursday, May 10, 2007

Did Sebelius coordinate with Dean to lie about the National Guard Response?

From Free Republic:

I was listening to the Quinn & Rose show this morning on XM radio when Host, Jim Quinn told his audience that Howard Dean called Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius early, around 5 am, one morning after the tornado had destroyed the town of Greensburg, Kansas and discussed with her what to say about the tornado and how to blame the war in Iraq and the Bush administration on a slow response to the aftermath.

He also said that she, Gov. Sebelius, called Senator Sam Brownback's office only to learn he wasn't there but then called him on his cell phone and reached him while he was in his car were she confessed to him that she had been instructed by her party leadership, (more specifically, Howard Dean) on how to politicize the tornado's destruction of Greensburg and attack the White House and the Iraq war for a seemingly slow response. She reassured the Senator that her allegations didn't blame him or Pat Roberts, also a Kansas Senator, for the lack of immediate response.

That would explain her public statements to the press that proved later to be untrue. She made statements to the effect that the Iraq war and the deployment of the national guard units to Iraq from her state has left Kansas without the equipment and man power needed to respond more quickly to the tornado's aftermath. This all turns out to be false and the governor herself has back tracked on her own claims.

If this is true, she needs to come clean and apologize. Dean should resign.


The DNC faxed a cease and desist letter to XM. See it on MediaMatters.