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Date: 31 Dec 2008 03:04:38
From: Irish Mike
Subject: Democrat political entertainment
The Democrats are competing against the college bowl games for best
entertainment of the new year. The current Democrat circle jerk makes the
Keystone Kops look organized.

You've got Illinois Democrat Governor Blagojevich who is as crooked as a
cork screw and gets caught trying to sell Obama's Senate seat to the highest
bidder. Obama's campaign manager (Axelrod) goes on national TV and says
Obama has had several conversations with Blago about filling the seat.
Obama, who is in this up to his jug ears, goes on TV and contradicts Axelrod
and says he never had any conversations with Blago about the vacant Senate
seat.. Axelrod then suddenly remembers he was mistaken and contradicts
himself. Mean time Chris Matthews, The New York Times and the rest of the
liberal main stream media are ignoring the fact that Obama has been involved
in the totally corrupt Chicago Democrat political machine his entire career.
Not to mention his involvement in the Tony Rezko corruption scandal. Then
Obama's chief of staff is forced to admit that he had multiple conversations
with Blago about filling the vacant Senate seat and was pushing Obama's pick
for the job. Then Jesse Jackson Jr. announces that he doesn't know any
thing about the "alleged " attempt to buy the Senate seat for $1,000,000.00.
Then the Democrats call Blago a crook, say he doesn't represent the Democrat
party and say they are going to impeach him and file criminal charges. They
say there is no way they will allow Blago to fill the vacant Senate seat.
The Democrats have Blago arrested. Blago goes on TV, repeatedly, and says
he's not guilty of any thing crooked and refuses to leave office. In the
mean time Obama and his staff conduct an "investigation" of themselves and
announce that (big fucking surprise!) they ain't guilty of nothing. Then
Blago appoints a 71 year old black guy named Roland Burris to the vacant
Senate seat.

Blago goes on to say that Burris is a "senior statesman" and that his
experience and age "are great assets". Which, in Democrat terms, means that
people should forget all the nasty, low class insulting attacks they made
against 71 year old Senator John McCain calling him senile and too old for
public office. Then as soon as Blago stops talking, Bobby Rush, a former
black panther and Democrat congressman jumps up and grabs the microphone and
plays the race card so hard that even professional racists like Al Sharpton
and Jesse Jackson would be proud. He warns all the white Senators that they
don't want to be the one voting against confirming a black Senator like
Burris.

Now this is a smart move by Blagojevich. He forces Democrats to either
accept his pick or vote against a potential black Senator. Plus, if the
Democrats do get his crooked ass impeached and bring criminal charges
against him, as they've stated they will, he buys some love from Chicago
blacks who will make up part of the jury pool for his trial. All he needs
is one of those black jurors to ignore the evidence against him and "pull an
O.J." and Blago improves his chances of beating the rap.

Plus you've got the crooked Democrat Governor of New York bounced out of
office and he gets replaced by an almost equally crooked Lieutenant
Governor. Since The Messiah picked Hillary for SOS, that leaves her Senate
seat open. Who does the crooked Democrat Lieutenant Governor want to put in
the Senate? Caroline Kennedy. A woman with no political or executive
experience at all. Zero, zip, nada - none at all. Now keep in mind these
are the same Democrats who said Sarah Palin (Mayor, Governor and business
owner) didn't have enough experience to be qualified for office. Plus, the
lunatic liberal left is up in arms because The Messiah didn't pick a racist,
anti-American hate monger like Jeremiah Wright to speak at his inauguration.
Plus the pastor Obama picked opposes fag marriage. Well now a bunch of
atheists have filed a law suit to stop any prayer being said or the use of
the word God at Obama's coronation.

Stephen King couldn't make this shit up. The Democrats are hypocrites,
crooks and gutless wonders but they sure as hell do keep me amused.

Irish Mike






 
Date: 31 Dec 2008 19:32:41
From: OrangeSFO
Subject: Re: Democrat political entertainment
Mike, turn your TV on at noon, January 20.

You'll see organized.


 
Date: 31 Dec 2008 00:19:56
From: Clave
Subject: Re: Democrat political entertainment
"Irish Mike" <mjostar@ameritech.net > wrote in message
news:qIF6l.11848$c45.11728@nlpi065.nbdc.sbc.com...

<... >

> Stephen King couldn't make this shit up. The Democrats are hypocrites,
> crooks and gutless wonders but they sure as hell do keep me amused.

And that's why they keep losing elections.

Jim




  
Date: 31 Dec 2008 09:33:49
From: Senator Millionaire
Subject: Re: Democrat political entertainment
> Yeah bucko, but the Democrats are the only ones with a Messiah who had no
> experience, no political accomplishments but promised (about a gazillion
> times) to "change" every thing.
>
> Irish Mike

Clinton's shenanigans diminished the office of the Presidency and it's
been straight downhill from there. Bush made it even worse.

Thank you. Now watch this drive.

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3p9y_OEAdc



  
Date: 31 Dec 2008 06:42:04
From: Senator Millionaire
Subject: Re: Democrat political entertainment
What amazing powers of observation you have there Irish Mike! A very
interesting analysis! I may have to skip George Will's column more
often so I can run over to recpoker for the lowdown. You nailed it
totally until the very end where you totally blew it.

You said,"Stephen King couldn't make this shit up. The Democrats are
hypocrites, crooks and gutless wonders but they sure as hell do keep
me amused."

Now, if only you would have said, "Stephen King couldn't make this
shit up. The Democrats AND Republicans are hypocrites, crooks and
gutless wonders but they sure as hell do keep me amused."


   
Date: 31 Dec 2008 11:55:53
From: Irish Mike
Subject: Re: Democrat political entertainment

"Senator Millionaire" <moone99@gmail.com > wrote in message
news:377e9579-727d-4a00-ab7f-11502d357523@a26g2000prf.googlegroups.com...
> What amazing powers of observation you have there Irish Mike! A very
> interesting analysis! I may have to skip George Will's column more
> often so I can run over to recpoker for the lowdown. You nailed it
> totally until the very end where you totally blew it.
>
> You said,"Stephen King couldn't make this shit up. The Democrats are
> hypocrites, crooks and gutless wonders but they sure as hell do keep
> me amused."
>
> Now, if only you would have said, "Stephen King couldn't make this
> shit up. The Democrats AND Republicans are hypocrites, crooks and
> gutless wonders but they sure as hell do keep me amused."


Yeah bucko, but the Democrats are the only ones with a Messiah who had no
experience, no political accomplishments but promised (about a gazillion
times) to "change" every thing.

Irish Mike




  
Date: 31 Dec 2008 05:17:43
From: DaVoice
Subject: Re: Democrat political entertainment

"Clave" <ClaviusNoSpamDammit@cablespeed.com > wrote in message
news:L7SdnU5imYuwtsbUnZ2dnUVZ_oHinZ2d@cablespeedmi.com...
> "Irish Mike" <mjostar@ameritech.net> wrote in message
> news:qIF6l.11848$c45.11728@nlpi065.nbdc.sbc.com...
>
> <...>
>
>> Stephen King couldn't make this shit up. The Democrats are hypocrites,
>> crooks and gutless wonders but they sure as hell do keep me amused.
>
> And that's why they keep losing elections.
>
> Jim

Jim... until very recently they were *not* winning elections. The Elections
they've won were mainly due to the "Anti-Bush" vote, not a pro (insert name
of candidate here) vote.

Now all of the balls (figuratively) are in the Dem's court. Let's see if
they can govern for all of the people. If they do, I'll be the first to
give them the kudos they deserve, when they don't, I'll be the Loyal
Opposition, although I'm no longer a registered Republican, I'm still on the
right side of the aisle.

I just hope SOME PARTY or BOTH PARTIES can get to the peoples' business
rather than partisan gridlock.

--
Rick "ADB DaVoice" Charles




   
Date: 31 Dec 2008 09:26:34
From: FangBanger
Subject: Re: Democrat political entertainment
On Dec 31 2008 7:17 AM, DaVoice wrote:

> "Clave" <ClaviusNoSpamDammit@cablespeed.com> wrote in message
> news:L7SdnU5imYuwtsbUnZ2dnUVZ_oHinZ2d@cablespeedmi.com...
> > "Irish Mike" <mjostar@ameritech.net> wrote in message
> > news:qIF6l.11848$c45.11728@nlpi065.nbdc.sbc.com...
> >
> > <...>
> >
> >> Stephen King couldn't make this shit up. The Democrats are hypocrites,
> >> crooks and gutless wonders but they sure as hell do keep me amused.
> >
> > And that's why they keep losing elections.
> >
> > Jim
>
> Jim... until very recently they were *not* winning elections. The Elections
> they've won were mainly due to the "Anti-Bush" vote, not a pro (insert name
> of candidate here) vote.
>
> Now all of the balls (figuratively) are in the Dem's court. Let's see if
> they can govern for all of the people. If they do, I'll be the first to
> give them the kudos they deserve, when they don't, I'll be the Loyal
> Opposition, although I'm no longer a registered Republican, I'm still on the
> right side of the aisle.
>
> I just hope SOME PARTY or BOTH PARTIES can get to the peoples' business
> rather than partisan gridlock.
>
> --
> Rick "ADB DaVoice" Charles

HANNITY said , basically the same thing you just posted. (day after
election)

Then he went on a non-stop smear campaign , with all the old tired
rhetoric. Over and over and over again .


Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.
Voltaire

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Date: 31 Dec 2008 18:46:54
From: Clave
Subject: Re: Democrat political entertainment
On Dec 31 2008 7:17 AM, DaVoice wrote:

> "Clave" <ClaviusNoSpamDammit@cablespeed.com> wrote in message
> news:L7SdnU5imYuwtsbUnZ2dnUVZ_oHinZ2d@cablespeedmi.com...
> > "Irish Mike" <mjostar@ameritech.net> wrote in message
> > news:qIF6l.11848$c45.11728@nlpi065.nbdc.sbc.com...
> >
> > <...>
> >
> >> Stephen King couldn't make this shit up. The Democrats are hypocrites,
> >> crooks and gutless wonders but they sure as hell do keep me amused.
> >
> > And that's why they keep losing elections.
> >
> > Jim
>
> Jim... until very recently they were *not* winning elections. The
> Elections they've won were mainly due to the "Anti-Bush" vote, not a pro
> (insert name of candidate here) vote.

Let's try pro-Obama:

http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/12/31/obama.leadership.poll/index.html

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- A national poll suggests that three-quarters
of the public thinks President-elect Barack Obama is a strong
and decisive leader, the highest marks for a president-elect on
that characteristic in nearly three decades.

Seventy-six percent of Americans questioned in a CNN/Opinion
Research Corp. survey released Wednesday said Obama is a strong
and decisive leader.

"That's the best number an incoming president has gotten on
that dimension since Ronald Reagan took office in 1981," CNN
Polling Director Keating Holland said. "The public's rating of
his leadership skills is already as high as George W. Bush's
was after 9/11 and easily beats the numbers that both Bush and
Bill Clinton got at the start of their first terms in office."

Hard to interpret that as "anybody but Bush" sentiment.

Jim




     
Date: 31 Dec 2008 19:35:28
From: DaVoice
Subject: Re: Democrat political entertainment

"Clave" <ClaviusNoSpamDammit@cablespeed.com > wrote in message
news:p5edndh5vZcCs8HUnZ2dnUVZ_o3inZ2d@cablespeedmi.com...
> On Dec 31 2008 7:17 AM, DaVoice wrote:
>
>> "Clave" <ClaviusNoSpamDammit@cablespeed.com> wrote in message
>> news:L7SdnU5imYuwtsbUnZ2dnUVZ_oHinZ2d@cablespeedmi.com...
>> > "Irish Mike" <mjostar@ameritech.net> wrote in message
>> > news:qIF6l.11848$c45.11728@nlpi065.nbdc.sbc.com...
>> >
>> > <...>
>> >
>> >> Stephen King couldn't make this shit up. The Democrats are
>> >> hypocrites,
>> >> crooks and gutless wonders but they sure as hell do keep me amused.
>> >
>> > And that's why they keep losing elections.
>> >
>> > Jim
>>
>> Jim... until very recently they were *not* winning elections. The
>> Elections they've won were mainly due to the "Anti-Bush" vote, not a pro
>> (insert name of candidate here) vote.
>
> Let's try pro-Obama:
>
> http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/12/31/obama.leadership.poll/index.html
>
> WASHINGTON (CNN) -- A national poll suggests that three-quarters
> of the public thinks President-elect Barack Obama is a strong
> and decisive leader, the highest marks for a president-elect on
> that characteristic in nearly three decades.
>
> Seventy-six percent of Americans questioned in a CNN/Opinion
> Research Corp. survey released Wednesday said Obama is a strong
> and decisive leader.
>
> "That's the best number an incoming president has gotten on
> that dimension since Ronald Reagan took office in 1981," CNN
> Polling Director Keating Holland said. "The public's rating of
> his leadership skills is already as high as George W. Bush's
> was after 9/11 and easily beats the numbers that both Bush and
> Bill Clinton got at the start of their first terms in office."
>
> Hard to interpret that as "anybody but Bush" sentiment.
>
> Jim

Yep, CNN, there's a reliable source for political polls. Jim...step away
from the Kool-Aid. Obama won because he successfully painted Mc Cain as
"Old" and "Same as Bush". I'm not saying his campaign didn't do a great
job, but it wasn't PRO Obama, it was Anti-Bush, whether or not CNN thinks
so, or the people they polled (probably less than 2000 people).

Anyway, have a great New Year, and I'm rooting for Obama, unfortunately he's
stuck with a Congress that is the worst we've ever seen, as long as we're
going with polls this is the lowest approval rating Congress has ever had.

Watching, waiting and hoping Obama's not just another full-of-shit promise
breaker.


--
Rick "ADB DaVoice" Charles




      
Date: 31 Dec 2008 20:48:50
From: Clave
Subject: Re: Democrat political entertainment
"DaVoice" <davoicergp@cox.net > wrote in message
news:cSW6l.27860$hr3.10695@newsfe01.iad...
>
> "Clave" <ClaviusNoSpamDammit@cablespeed.com> wrote in message
> news:p5edndh5vZcCs8HUnZ2dnUVZ_o3inZ2d@cablespeedmi.com...
>> On Dec 31 2008 7:17 AM, DaVoice wrote:
>>
>>> "Clave" <ClaviusNoSpamDammit@cablespeed.com> wrote in message
>>> news:L7SdnU5imYuwtsbUnZ2dnUVZ_oHinZ2d@cablespeedmi.com...
>>> > "Irish Mike" <mjostar@ameritech.net> wrote in message
>>> > news:qIF6l.11848$c45.11728@nlpi065.nbdc.sbc.com...
>>> >
>>> > <...>
>>> >
>>> >> Stephen King couldn't make this shit up. The Democrats are
>>> >> hypocrites,
>>> >> crooks and gutless wonders but they sure as hell do keep me amused.
>>> >
>>> > And that's why they keep losing elections.
>>> >
>>> > Jim
>>>
>>> Jim... until very recently they were *not* winning elections. The
>>> Elections they've won were mainly due to the "Anti-Bush" vote, not a pro
>>> (insert name of candidate here) vote.
>>
>> Let's try pro-Obama:
>>
>> http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/12/31/obama.leadership.poll/index.html
>>
>> WASHINGTON (CNN) -- A national poll suggests that three-quarters
>> of the public thinks President-elect Barack Obama is a strong
>> and decisive leader, the highest marks for a president-elect on
>> that characteristic in nearly three decades.
>>
>> Seventy-six percent of Americans questioned in a CNN/Opinion
>> Research Corp. survey released Wednesday said Obama is a strong
>> and decisive leader.
>>
>> "That's the best number an incoming president has gotten on
>> that dimension since Ronald Reagan took office in 1981," CNN
>> Polling Director Keating Holland said. "The public's rating of
>> his leadership skills is already as high as George W. Bush's
>> was after 9/11 and easily beats the numbers that both Bush and
>> Bill Clinton got at the start of their first terms in office."
>>
>> Hard to interpret that as "anybody but Bush" sentiment.
>>
>> Jim
>
> Yep, CNN, there's a reliable source for political polls...

If you're going to start a reply with drivel like this, you really needn't
bother writing any more, because I'm sure as shit not reading any further.

I gave you data, you give me bullshit.

Jim




    
Date: 31 Dec 2008 09:47:34
From: DaVoice
Subject: Re: Democrat political entertainment

"FangBanger" <a29bed1@webnntp.invalid > wrote in message
news:ajms26x5c2.ln2@recgroups.com...
> On Dec 31 2008 7:17 AM, DaVoice wrote:
>
>> "Clave" <ClaviusNoSpamDammit@cablespeed.com> wrote in message
>> news:L7SdnU5imYuwtsbUnZ2dnUVZ_oHinZ2d@cablespeedmi.com...
>> > "Irish Mike" <mjostar@ameritech.net> wrote in message
>> > news:qIF6l.11848$c45.11728@nlpi065.nbdc.sbc.com...
>> >
>> > <...>
>> >
>> >> Stephen King couldn't make this shit up. The Democrats are
>> >> hypocrites,
>> >> crooks and gutless wonders but they sure as hell do keep me amused.
>> >
>> > And that's why they keep losing elections.
>> >
>> > Jim
>>
>> Jim... until very recently they were *not* winning elections. The
>> Elections
>> they've won were mainly due to the "Anti-Bush" vote, not a pro (insert
>> name
>> of candidate here) vote.
>>
>> Now all of the balls (figuratively) are in the Dem's court. Let's see if
>> they can govern for all of the people. If they do, I'll be the first to
>> give them the kudos they deserve, when they don't, I'll be the Loyal
>> Opposition, although I'm no longer a registered Republican, I'm still on
>> the
>> right side of the aisle.
>>
>> I just hope SOME PARTY or BOTH PARTIES can get to the peoples' business
>> rather than partisan gridlock.
>>
>> --
>> Rick "ADB DaVoice" Charles
>
> HANNITY said , basically the same thing you just posted. (day after
> election)
>
> Then he went on a non-stop smear campaign , with all the old tired
> rhetoric. Over and over and over again .

If you think I take my talking points from Sean Hannity, or anyone else,
you're dead wrong. Hannity never said he isn't a Republican, I did. Anyone
with half a brain (myself included, thought I'd save you the trouble) would
come to the same conclusion about the past elections. I get my opinions from
reading, watching news shows, reading blogs, watching some political
talking-head shows and then after taking in both sides and hearing talking
points from both sides form <gasp > MY OWN opinions.

I think I've watched Hannity and Colmes ONE time in the past 2 or 3 weeks,
and Sean Hannity wasn't even ON that night, Rich Lowry was sitting in.
Don't get me wrong. I used to watch the show nightly, and probably will
again, well, in its new form "Hannity" now that Anal Colmes is moving on,
but I've had better things to do with my time than sitting around watching
the Fox News "Opinion Block" this past month. I will watch it regularly
again, I'm sure, but haven't been recently. I also try to stomach
"Hardball", which really USED TO BE HARDBALL. Chris Matthews has always
been a left-winger, but PRE-BUSH you probably wouldn't have noticed nearly
as much as you do now, and as far as Keith Olberman, I still blame him for
making "Sports Center" Barely watchable. All they hire for anchors on those
shows now are snide, wise-cracking Jim Rome "wannabe's" in suits. The OLD
ESPN (pre-Olberman) was the best.

I don't listen to talk radio much anymore, It's the same shit, different
day. I know you said Hannity said the same thing the day after the
election, but I probably wasn't watching, and as I just said, don't listen
to much talk radio anymore. In fact, I don't listen to radio AT ALL
anymore, except when I'm in the car with my wife and then I listen to
JACK-FM here in Vegas. A "NO JOCK" all automated station that plays great
Classic Rock and some New Rock.

Anyway, in summation. I don't take my "talking points" from anyone.

--
Rick "ADB DaVoice" Charles