May 26, 2008

Will the real John McCain please stand up


If you actually needed more reasons to not vote for Grampy McSame – AKA John McCain – the good folks at Brave New Films have put them all in one place.

At the web site The Real John McCain you can see all his flip-flops in Grampy McBush’s own words.

The hard part is not finding an issue McCain has flip-flopped on, but finding one he hasn’t flip-flopped on. The site also has some You Tube videos of McCain’s two pastors, complete with their anti-Catholic, Anti-Semitic and anti-gay rants.

29 comments:

The Truth said...

Brave New Films are you kidding me. Now I have to go to the hospital and like a liberal ask for free healthcare from laughing so hard.

I believe they are actually funded by the Democrat Party. HA HA HA HA

Oh that was a good one.

Man were is that free healthcare when you need it. Man I think I will become a Democrat just to live in a dream land and live off the hard work of Conservatives and Republicans like you are obviously doing.

Bet you live at home with you mother and have never held a real job in your entire life.

Oh man was that funny

The Truth said...

Dude you need to call into the Hotline with Renk show, he would have some fun with you.

Communications guru said...

So did Brave New Films make up McCain’s words. How do you spin his own words caught on video? “Live off the hard work of Conservatives and Republicans?” Now that’s a good one. I guarantee you have at least one relative, unless you were hatched, who has a better life because of a liberal program. I’ll even make that bet with you. Do you have any idea how many people don’t have health care, and you’re making jokes about it.

I’ll take that bet about me living at home with my mother and never having a real job.

Tell you’re buddy rink to comment her and I’ll take him on.

Communications guru said...

That is an opinion piece with not one fact except Scooter Libby is a criminal.

Brett said...

There is not ONE liberal program that has made anyone's life better. You don't make someone's life better by feeding their lack of self esteem and self worth. That is exactly what liberal programs that take money from those that work hard and give it to those that don't, does.

Brett

Brett said...

Whom to choose for President. Hmmm. Let's see. I have the choice of voting for Barack Obama (maybe). A guy that is and has been involved with a domestic terrorist (Ayers of the Weathermen). A guy that attends a church for twenty years where the pastor bashes other races (don't we call this racism?) and doesn't denounce him until after he's explained the Pastor away, then denounced him when the Pastor came out in public hurting Obama even further. Claiming ignorance of what's preached in your church that you've attended for 20 years is a little bit OUT THERE.

Or I could choose Hillary Clinton (maybe) who was responsible for Travelgate and of course the famous Rose Law Firm billing records which disappeared for two years before being found on her coffee table. The woman that claimed that a "Vast Right Wing Conspiracy" was actually after her husband until after the Presidential Pervert admitted that the charges were true. Do we really want Bill Clinton wandering the White House as first lady (or whatever he's going to call himself) to wreak his havoc on all of the young interns?

Obama and Clinton, the number one and number two liberal the Democrat party has to hang their hat on.

But then, there isn't much of a choice on the Republican side either. He's probably the most liberal of the Republicans and has demonstrated a desire to bed up with liberals from the Democrat party.

Not much of a choice on either side this time. McCain wins by default because Obama and Clinton are both ultra liberal. At least McCain is proud of the country and will stand up for the military.

Obama and Clinton are prepared to surrender to the terrorists. So I'll have to vote for the liberal McCain. At least he's not a coward.

Brett

Communications guru said...

Well, you would be wrong again. There’s Medicaid, Medicare and Social Security, to name just a few programs initiated by liberals. If you don’t think SS has allowed middle class and low income older Americans to live out their golden years in dignity then you are mistaken.

Communications guru said...

All of those stale, talking points have already been debunked. You go right ahead and vote for Grampy McSame. After all, you will never have to fight in his 100 years war. If McBush will “stand up for military” then why didn’t he vote for the GI Bill? Maybe he supports the troops like you do, slap a bumper sticker on your car.

Why don’t you post that garbage on your blog. Maybe someone will comment for change.

Brett said...

Medicaid, Medicare and Social security. What a joke. Medicaid is for poor people. It's easy enough for them to get off of medicaid. It's called "getting a job".

Medicare will be operating in the red this year and will be exhausted of all funds in 2019.

Social Security will be operating in the red in 2017 and will be exhausted in 2041...and that's even if the government pays back everything that they've "borrowed".

Hey liberals. Here's a hint. Ponzie schemes don't work.

You never live in "dignity" when you're depending on others for your care.

How's that war on poverty going?

Brett
conservativelifestyle.blogspot.com

Brett said...

Well, what a campaign we have. Barack Obama said in a Memorial Day speech yesterday that some of those we honor on Memorial Day were in the crowd he was speaking to. Interesting. Obama is soooo good he's got dead soldiers showing up for his speeches.

Or perhaps he should learn that Veterans Day is to honor the Veterans while Memorial Day is for honoring those that paid the ultimate price for our freedom in this country.

Not to worry, the press didn't report much of that and he covered it well today by telling the story of his great uncle that was one of the first Americans that liberated Auschwitz. Of course, we all know....or at least we should if we were running for President of the United States, that Auschwitz was liberated by the Russians. So the only way his uncle could have been there on that day was if he was a Russian.

Then there's Maxine Waters, the Representative from California who
said to oil executives that "this liberal" will be in favor of socializing...errrr uhhhhh, having the government take over the oil business from the oilmen.

And who could forget the day that Hillary had to dodge snipers bullets while getting off of a plane back when she was First Lady. Oh wait, that didn't happen either.

Makes you proud to be a liberal eh?

Brett
conservativelifestyle.blogspot.com

Communications guru said...

You really are sadly misinformed and out of tough or just a heartless idiot. Do you have any idea how many people have jobs with no health care? I’ll bet you cheer when a company privatizes a service and takes away all benefits. They have a job but no health care, so there goes your stupid “get a job” remark. I know the country is in bad shape after eight years of mismanagement, but those programs will survive.
I don’t understand how you can claim someone living on Social Security “depends on others” when they paid into the system their entire lives. Social Security allows our most vulnerable citizens and the greatest generation to live out their lives in dignity. It also is a safety net for those children who lost a parent and keeps them out of poverty.

The war on poverty will never be won, but ignoring it and doing nothing is not helping anyone.

Communications guru said...

Memorial Day is also an opportunity to honor those in uniform and those who wore the uniform. I guess for a brave patriot like you, you only pretend to support the troops twice a year. His Great Uncle was a member of the 89th Infantry Division, which liberated a camp near Buchenwald. It was an honest mistake, but you will never see it that way. I have no idea where you get it wasn’t reported in the media. I just wish McSame was getting this kind of scrutiny. At least Obama knows the difference between a Sunni and a Shi'a or what country we illegally invaded.

I can go through the list of Republicans who were indicted in the last year if you would like, or I can go through the list of McBush's flip-flops.

You’re dam right I am very proud to be a liberal, and it has been liberals who have helped make this country great.

Retired Jarhead said...

CG

Big words for someone who never served in the military

Communications guru said...

I retired from the military after serving 20 years in the Navy.

Brett said...

Apparently, you need a little refresher course in the meaning of Memorial Day. First, here's the link to the definition below. http://www.usmemorialday.org/backgrnd.html

You have this habit of changing things to suit your own ego. Thank God you don't have a tremdous readership. You have much misinformation and you justify your misinformation with semantics when you're called to task on it. Just to be absolutely clear, Memorial Day is for rememberance of those who died in service to this country.

I'll ignore your attempt to denigrate me by telling me how often I support the troops. If a liberal and I supported the troops in the exact same way in exactly as many times per year, you'd still come up with "yes, but the liberal means it, you don't".

All I can do is laugh at the things you say. I really hope that you take your act to some of the comedy clubs. It would be money well spent.
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Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation's service. There are many stories as to its actual beginnings, with over two dozen cities and towns laying claim to being the birthplace of Memorial Day. There is also evidence that organized women's groups in the South were decorating graves before the end of the Civil War: a hymn published in 1867, "Kneel Where Our Loves are Sleeping" by Nella L. Sweet carried the dedication "To The Ladies of the South who are Decorating the Graves of the Confederate Dead" (Source: Duke University's Historic American Sheet Music, 1850-1920). While Waterloo N.Y. was officially declared the birthplace of Memorial Day by President Lyndon Johnson in May 1966, it's difficult to prove conclusively the origins of the day. It is more likely that it had many separate beginnings; each of those towns and every planned or spontaneous gathering of people to honor the war dead in the 1860's tapped into the general human need to honor our dead, each contributed honorably to the growing movement that culminated in Gen Logan giving his official proclamation in 1868. It is not important who was the very first, what is important is that Memorial Day was established. Memorial Day is not about division. It is about reconciliation; it is about coming together to honor those who gave their all.

General John A. Logan
Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, [LC-B8172- 6403 DLC (b&w film neg.)]

Memorial Day was officially proclaimed on 5 May 1868 by General John Logan, national commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, in his General Order No. 11, and was first observed on 30 May 1868, when flowers were placed on the graves of Union and Confederate soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery. The first state to officially recognize the holiday was New York in 1873. By 1890 it was recognized by all of the northern states. The South refused to acknowledge the day, honoring their dead on separate days until after World War I (when the holiday changed from honoring just those who died fighting in the Civil War to honoring Americans who died fighting in any war). It is now celebrated in almost every State on the last Monday in May (passed by Congress with the National Holiday Act of 1971 (P.L. 90 - 363) to ensure a three day weekend for Federal holidays), though several southern states have an additional separate day for honoring the Confederate war dead: January 19 in Texas, April 26 in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and Mississippi; May 10 in South Carolina; and June 3 (Jefferson Davis' birthday) in Louisiana and Tennessee.

In 1915, inspired by the poem "In Flanders Fields," Moina Michael replied with her own poem:



We cherish too, the Poppy red
That grows on fields where valor led,
It seems to signal to the skies
That blood of heroes never dies.


She then conceived of an idea to wear red poppies on Memorial day in honor of those who died serving the nation during war. She was the first to wear one, and sold poppies to her friends and co-workers with the money going to benefit servicemen in need. Later a Madam Guerin from France was visiting the United States and learned of this new custom started by Ms.Michael and when she returned to France, made artificial red poppies to raise money for war orphaned children and widowed women. This tradition spread to other countries. In 1921, the Franco-American Children's League sold poppies nationally to benefit war orphans of France and Belgium. The League disbanded a year later and Madam Guerin approached the VFW for help. Shortly before Memorial Day in 1922 the VFW became the first veterans' organization to nationally sell poppies. Two years later their "Buddy" Poppy program was selling artificial poppies made by disabled veterans. In 1948 the US Post Office honored Ms Michael for her role in founding the National Poppy movement by issuing a red 3 cent postage stamp with her likeness on it.
Traditional observance of Memorial day has diminished over the years. Many Americans nowadays have forgotten the meaning and traditions of Memorial Day. At many cemeteries, the graves of the fallen are increasingly ignored, neglected. Most people no longer remember the proper flag etiquette for the day. While there are towns and cities that still hold Memorial Day parades, many have not held a parade in decades. Some people think the day is for honoring any and all dead, and not just those fallen in service to our country.

There are a few notable exceptions. Since the late 50's on the Thursday before Memorial Day, the 1,200 soldiers of the 3d U.S. Infantry place small American flags at each of the more than 260,000 gravestones at Arlington National Cemetery. They then patrol 24 hours a day during the weekend to ensure that each flag remains standing. In 1951, the Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts of St. Louis began placing flags on the 150,000 graves at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery as an annual Good Turn, a practice that continues to this day. More recently, beginning in 1998, on the Saturday before the observed day for Memorial Day, the Boys Scouts and Girl Scouts place a candle at each of approximately 15,300 grave sites of soldiers buried at Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park on Marye's Heights (the Luminaria Program). And in 2004, Washington D.C. held its first Memorial Day parade in over 60 years.

To help re-educate and remind Americans of the true meaning of Memorial Day, the "National Moment of Remembrance" resolution was passed on Dec 2000 which asks that at 3 p.m. local time, for all Americans "To voluntarily and informally observe in their own way a Moment of remembrance and respect, pausing from whatever they are doing for a moment of silence or listening to 'Taps."

The Moment of Remembrance is a step in the right direction to returning the meaning back to the day. What is needed is a full return to the original day of observance. Set aside one day out of the year for the nation to get together to remember, reflect and honor those who have given their all in service to their country.

But what may be needed to return the solemn, and even sacred, spirit back to Memorial Day is for a return to its traditional day of observance. Many feel that when Congress made the day into a three-day weekend in with the National Holiday Act of 1971, it made it all the easier for people to be distracted from the spirit and meaning of the day. As the VFW stated in its 2002 Memorial Day address: "Changing the date merely to create three-day weekends has undermined the very meaning of the day. No doubt, this has contributed greatly to the general public's nonchalant observance of Memorial Day."

On January 19, 1999 Senator Inouye introduced bill S 189 to the Senate which proposes to restore the traditional day of observance of Memorial Day back to May 30th instead of "the last Monday in May". On April 19, 1999 Representative Gibbons introduced the bill to the House (H.R. 1474). The bills were referred the Committee on the Judiciary and the Committee on Government Reform.

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Communications guru said...

I need someone like you to lecture me about Memorial Day? You’re right, of course. We should ignore the troops, and you only have to pretend to support the troops once a year. I don’t see the point of condemning Barrack Obama for recognizing the troops, other than your blind hatred of someone who you don’t agree with. Just to be absolutely clear, Memorial Day is to recognize the sacrifice of those in uniform, to me. If you have a problem with that, who gives a dam.

“Changing things to suit my ego?” What the hell are you talking about? If I have such small readership, I’m passing misinformation or I'm "funny" then why do you keep coming back? Why don’t you concentrate on that thing you call a blog? You might actually get someone to read it.

If a liberal supported the same troops same way you did then they would not be supporting them.

Brett said...

You just make this too easy. Ok, let me help you with what I mean by "changing things to suit your ego". Here is YOUR sentence that YOU wrote on your latest response. Please note, the last two words are yours, but I added the emphasis by capitalizing them so that you wouldn't miss the ego part.

"Just to be absolutely clear, Memorial Day is to recognize the sacrifice of those in uniform, TO ME."

Memorial Day is for honoring those that died in service to this country. However, your ego needs to be fed to justify Barack Hussein Obama's junior high gaff so you add "to me" in your description of Memorial Day.

You always do this. You change the actual words or the actual law because you "think" it should be a certain way rather than what it actually is. I'm tempted to say that you're the typical liberal media type, but then you go and say "who gives a dam" when it should be "who gives a DAMN".

I have decided that you're an eighth grade student that doesn't comprehend 4th grade English and spelling. After all, that's quite similar to how you write and yes it does it make perfect sense that an 8th grade student would understand English at the 4th grade level. Public education does that don't you know.

Now repeat the education mantra as put out by the government schools and the unions.....

"I am eh prowd gradguat ov publick edgeukashun."



Brett
Conservativelifestyle.blogspot.com

Communications guru said...

My ego? You are, again, mistaken. To me - and to many, many other Americans - Memorial Day is also a day to recognize those who survived. It wasn’t a gaff because Sen. Obama meant exactly what he said. So you’re saying be broke the law by recognizing those in uniform in attendance? That’s one of the most ridiculous things you have said among many.

I’m uneducated because I supposedly spelled dam wrong? Fine, but I couldn’t find damm in the dictionary. If I’m an eighth grade student, then an eighth grade student is a far better writer than you. I’ve tried to read that thing you call a blog. There’s a good reason no one reads it. If you think I’m an eighth grade student, then why are you bothering with me? You know better.

I’m amazed you hate public education so much, but I do remember from past comments from you that you believe only the rich and privileged should get an education. The vast majority of Americans are public school graduates, and some of the greatest Americans are public school graduates. You keep harping on the fact that to have health care you have to have a job, and the only path to a good job and out of poverty is education, but I’m sure that was just more lip service from you. Education, the GI Bill and labor unions are what created the middle class.

Brett said...

Once again, your facts are incorrect. Barack Hussein Obama says he made a mistake. His camp says he "meant" to say Buchenwald. So you may want to check your "facts" again. Here's the link: http://www.reuters.com/article/topNews/idUSN2740383620080527?feedType=RSS&feedName=topNews&rpc=22&sp=true

So you think that many many other Americans think Memorial Day is a day to recognize those who survived. Could you please cite a source for that assertion? I don't know how many "many" is. I do know that since you said "many many" that whatever "many" is, you must be saying it's twice the amount of just "many".

Now to correct more of your "errors" (I'm giving you the benefit of the doubt). Please point out where I said that Barack Hussein Obama broke the law by saying Auschwitz instead of Buchenwald. Because as I look back, I don't see one spot where I said he broke the law. I said he was incompetent and that any high school student knows better, but I didn't say he broke the law.

Oy, I'm not even going to try to tackle that "damm" comment. If you're looking for two m's in the word, then there isn't anything I could say that would prove the point better.

I also never said that I "hate" public education. I have also never said that only the rich and privileged should get an education.

I'll try to be very clear and hope you can comprehend this. Government education is the worst form of education in this country. Based on performance, homeschooling is the most successful and this is being recognized by Universities across the country over the past ten years as they are clamoring for homeschooled graduates.

The second form of education in this country based on performance is Private school.

Falling a distant third and in last place is public or government education.

Perhaps I'm unfamiliar with your definition of "harping" but this is but the second time I've mentioned education on your blog. Now, I have done a few pieces on my blog about education, so you may be confusing what I wrote on mine with what I've said in yours, but that sounds like it's more your problem with the truth, than it is mine.

You keep trying to make this personal and I answer you in kind. But you know, even when I answer you in kind, I'm still pointing out the many "mistakes" you are making. You don't like to face your "mistakes" and that is your problem, but the mistakes are there and have been proven. Your only response is feelings. Yours, the "many many" other Americans you purport to speak for. But you have no facts and it's been pointed out to you by others and by me.

Grab yourself a pencil. I'm going to help you out here. Got it? Okay, here goes.

When you get the urge to write something, if it's opinions, state it's your opinion. But if you're going to claim that what you say are facts, then (and here's the part you'll need the pencil for) type in google and look up what it is that you think you're giving facts on.

When you do that, you will get hundreds, or thousands, or tens of thousands, or millions of sources to look at it.

Now here's the really hard part. Grab your dictionary and look up "context". When you're looking at the sites provided on google, you'll want the ones that have the context of what you're looking for.

Ok, recess time. You may go out on the playground now.

Brett
conservativelifestyle.blogspot.com

Communications guru said...

Once gain, you are so confused you have no idea what you are even talking about. You were talking about Memorial Day in your last blast, not Buchenwald. In a previous comment, I said Sen. Obama made a mistake, and both the gaff and the correction were covered in the corporate media, which you said were not

What’s the point in using Sen. Obama’s full name? Because his middle name is Hussein? Yes, I guess somehow that maters to the people like you. I have been to many Memorial Day events over the years, and at every one they cite those serving and have served as well. Now, if you want to call that an error from, fine. If you want to use that for a reason not to vote for Sen. Obama, fine. You are correct, I misspelled DAMN. I have no excuse for that.

Sorry, it’s pretty clear your dislike of public education, and you have made it pretty clear you think education should only be for the elites. That “Government education” is the “worst form of education in this country” is your misguided opinion, and it’s not based on any facts. I also don’t believe home schooled students are in demand. It seems to me quality, well-rounded students are waht are in demand. If that includes those that are home schooled, fine. I agree, it’s a great form of education for some kids.

I also don’t believe your opinion on those in private school. Any form of education that is allowed to pick the best students and reject those they don’t want has to have a higher average GPA.

I’m trying to make this personal? Are you kidding? Once again, you came here to attack me. Then, I get cracks about I’m an eighth grade student. I’m making it personal? Wrong again.

The many “Mistakes” I am making is a grand total of two. As for the playground crack, how childish. Now wonder you have no readers.

Brett said...

I asked you to cite sources for your Memorial Day statements and how many is "many". You couldn't do it other than to again talk about yourself. So I now accept that it's all about you and not facts. Thank you for proving my point.

Your latest comment: "I said Sen. Obama made a mistake, and both the gaff and the correction were covered in the corporate media, which you said were not"

Your actual comment: "It wasn’t a gaff because Sen. Obama meant exactly what he said."

Caught you in a lie on that one. No refuting that.


You don't like my using Barack Hussein Obama's name? I didn't name him that. His mommy and daddy did. You might remember who his dad was. A practicing muslim. His mother and father divorced and his mother remarried, another Muslim.

It's the same as saying George Herbert Walker Bush, George Walker Bush, William Jefferson Blythe Clinton. Ronald Wilson Reagan. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. And so on. Do you have a problem with Barack Hussein Obama's middle name?

You're welcome to believe what you like about my thoughts of government education in this country, but you're wrong.

Saying that my facts are misguided about education doesn't refute it. It's nothing more than saying "did not". If you want to prove me wrong on education, you'll need to do some research and find something (other than an opinion by a Teachers Union) that backs up your statements with facts. I have researched and made my facts known, citing sources.

All private schools do not pick the children that can go there. Those that pay tuition to the school can go there.

How big of you to accept responsibility for two of your "mistakes". Face it kid, you have presented no facts to back up your statements. All you have is your own personal feelings. Hence, EGO.

Brett
Conservativelifestyle.blogspot.com

Communications guru said...

You are really full of it. If you want to believe what you believe about Memorial Day, that’s fine. You have not had a point yet; lots of misguided opinions, no points. Just one more summer patriot.

You have not caught me in a lie and never will. We were talking about Memorial Day. You are either extremely confused or so blinded by hate that you have no idea what you are writing about. It was not a gaff because Sen. Obama was praising those in uniform in attendance at the memorial he spoke at.

You can cal him by his full name all you want, it doesn’t bother me. I’m not sure what it proves, other than you’re a racist. I don’t care if both parties were Muslims, so what? I don’t care if he is a Muslim, so what? Don’t even try that BS with me that you also use the middle names of other presidents. You are just showing how stupid and shallow you really are.

I don’t believe anything about your obvious hatred of public education. I’m just going by your statements. What facts are you talking about? I saw none, but your misguided opinion. What sources did you cite? The ones in your head?

Private schools don’t pick and reject students? That is so ridiculous. Another misguided opinion.

First, I’m not a kid, and second, where are your facts? All you have is your own personal feelings. Hence, EGO.

Brett said...

Interesting. I thought you said you read my blog. The citations were on there.

Another interesting little fact that I heard tonight...on CNN (the Network of the liberals). It seems that Barack Hussein Obama said in a speech on October 2, 2002 that his grandfather was one of the first at Auschwitz and Treblinka. Unfortunately, the truth got in the way of his story yet again. Apparently, his grandfather wasn't overseas until after Treblinka was closed (which was 1943). The Auschwitz problem remains the same as with his new character, the great uncle. American's didn't liberate Auschwitz.

All of a sudden the man's lies are expanding.

Then on the 19th of May he calls Iran one of the small countries along with VEnezuela and Cuba that are not a threat to the US, but then the next day says that Iran is a grave concern to us.

He can't get WWII history correct, but talks about the terrible events of the attempt to eliminate the Jews in the world by Hitler, but he's willing to sit down with the Iranian President, who may or may not be a grave threat to the US (depending on which day you're listening to his speeches), who has also promised to wipe the Jews off the face of the earth.

I don't care much for the liberal McCain, but at least he's an adult that understands foreign policy and not a child that makes up stories or rewrites history to suit his speech on one day, then rewrites it again the next day for the next crowd.

I'm still waiting to see your sources (I'm not holding my breath because I know you don't have them), but it's very simple. If you read back through your last three posts and my last three posts, any reasonable person would see the lies you were caught in.

I should rephrase that. You shouldn't look back. A reasonable person should look back and that reasonable person would see the lies you were caught in.

Oh, and if you go back to the post from last night at 9:10 pm. you'll see that I gave you the history of Memorial day and what the TRUTH is of the meaning of that day, and the source for that post.

That's what we call research, son.

Brett
conservativelifestyle.blogspot.com

Communications guru said...

I never said I read it, I skimmed it. Why would I waste my time reading that poorly written propaganda? No one else does why should I? It’s poorly written crap with nothing but your warped opinion. Maybe if you quit writing so many lies here you might have more time to try and do something with that crap. Not really, you just don’t have any skill

All news networks have a bias, but it’s not liberal. He’s unsure of the exact details of his grandfather’s service and that disqualifies him to be president? Brilliant. Man, you guys must really be scared if that’s all you have on Sen. Obama. At least Obama knows the difference between a Sunni and a Shi'a or what country we illegally invaded, unlike Grampy McSame.

Of course the U.S. should sit down with Ahmadinejad. It’s much better than threats, posturing and attempted intimidation. That’s called diplomacy, something lacking now, and that’s why we are hated all over the world.
Grampy McBush is a lot of things, but liberal he is not.

He “understands foreign policy and (sic) not a child that makes up stories or rewrites history to suit his speech on one day, then rewrites it again the next day for the next crowd. “ You can’t be serious. McSame has no idea who the players in Iraq are, and he has flip-flopped on almost every single issue. You go right ahead and vote for grampy McSame, but the American people aren’t as blind or as dumb as you are.

I don’t see any sources from you either. Again, you have never caught me in a lie and you never will. You call that research? All you did was type the words Memorial Day in Google.

Communications guru said...

I never said I read it, I skimmed it. Why would I waste my time reading that poorly written propaganda? No one else does why should I? It’s poorly written crap with nothing but your warped opinion. Maybe if you quit writing so many lies here you might have more time to try and do something with that crap. Not really, you just don’t have any skill

All news networks have a bias, but it’s not liberal. He’s unsure of the exact details of his grandfather’s service and that disqualifies him to be president? Brilliant. Man, you guys must really be scared if that’s all you have on Sen. Obama. At least Obama knows the difference between a Sunni and a Shi'a or what country we illegally invaded, unlike Grampy McSame.

Of course the U.S. should sit down with Ahmadinejad. It’s much better than threats, posturing and attempted intimidation. That’s called diplomacy, something lacking now, and that’s why we are hated all over the world.
Grampy McBush is a lot of things, but liberal he is not.

He “understands foreign policy and (sic) not a child that makes up stories or rewrites history to suit his speech on one day, then rewrites it again the next day for the next crowd. “ You can’t be serious. McSame has no idea who the players in Iraq are, and he has flip-flopped on almost every single issue. You go right ahead and vote for grampy McSame, but the American people aren’t as blind or as dumb as you are.

I don’t see any sources from you either. Again, you have never caught me in a lie and you never will. You call that research? All you did was type the words Memorial Day in Google.

Anonymous said...

The radical right is blinded by it fear, hatred and some weird sense of superiority. It all seems rather tribal to me.

Keep up the good work CG.

Rick

The truth hurts said...

The radical right "anonymous" is blinded by their fear and hatred.

Are you for real?

Look at the current DEMOCRAT Primary race.

The Democrat Party is FULL of racist and sexist. In fact I would say the the Republican party although it has its own problems is the party of inclusion and the democrat party is the party of exclusion.

Them Dem's are a bunch or racist and sexist.

Communications guru said...

Both of you are correct; the radical right is blinded by their fear and hatred. “The Democrat Party is FULL of racist and sexist?” The Democrat Party is FULL of racist and sexist what? Even if you could write a complete sentence, it amazes me how you can call a party on the verge of making history when our presidential nominee will be either a woman or an African-American for the first time ever sexist or racist. That’s a heck of a disconnect for you to make a stupid remark like that.
Saying the republic party is the party of inclusion is like saying the republic party is the party of the middle class; it makes no sense. The tent is so small in narrow not many people can get in.

The truth hurts said...

CG

You have got to be kidding when you say "Even if you could write a complete sentence" have you read your own postings?

I believe you wrote "I never said I read it, I skimmed it".

This republican party that you call narrow is the only party that has had a black person in a high position in the government. Inner circle position, Conde and Colin to mention two.

Please inform me what inner circle positions the Democrat party has had a black person serve in?

The Democrat party is certainly not the party of the middle class you have got to be kidding.

The Democrat party is a party of elitist and the large portion of our population who do not pay or pay very little federal taxes. The use scare tactics and keep people down to keep in power.

The bottom 50% of taxpayers in the US pay 3% of federal taxes and get approximately 90% of all federal handouts. Tell me how that is fair?

Look I said all that without calling you stupid.